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Taking serious note of the reluctance in removing the banners along the road, the bench of Justices M Sathyanarayanan and M Nirmal Kumar wondered whether they are flying in helicopters.
According to the new policy, Vision Tamil Nadu 2023 document includes a solar energy target of 5,000 MW.
Around 5.30 pm, the association members announced in a press conference that they would be returning to work from tomorrow.
Vellore reported 77 per cent absence of teachers at elementary schools and 35 per cent in high schools and higher secondary schools while the figures for Tiruvannamalai are 73 per cent and 51 per cent
With thousands of teachers associated with JACTO GEO strike, a large number of applicants have applied for the post of temporary faculty in prevailing government schools
It will focus on tourism and setting up of Japanese language training centres to enhance the skills of youngsters so they can be employable in Japanese companies.
Almost a fourth of government staff did not report for work on Wednesday, said a senior government official.
Elementary schools across the State remained shut as a majority of the participants were teachers, particularly those teaching kindergarten, class 1 and 2.
Government schools are likely to be shut from January 22 as teachers from 57 different associations will take part in the agitation.
Land will be allotted at nominal lease for 99 years to establish ‘Startup Parks’ at appropriate places by entrepreneurs/Startups, including NRIs from Tamil Diaspora.
Just days ahead of the second Global Investors Meet, the State Cabinet on Friday cleared a slew of industry-friendly measures.
The government should issue orders incorporating the directives and a copy of the same should be filed before this court on February 4, the bench said.
Chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami had announced that the government would challenge the judgement before the Supreme Court.
With the state government effectively implementing the plastic ban, plastic manufacturers and traders have downed their shutters indefinitely from January 1.
A 24-year-old pregnant woman in Virudhunagar contracted HIV allegedly after being transfused contaminated blood.