Such rumours were a known tactic of the PMK to improve its bargaining power during seat-sharing talks.
The ADR-AEW report analysed that 58 per cent of BJP's existing MLAs are crorepatis, while 55 per cent of Congress legislators own assets worth more than Rs 1 crore.
Ghoshal alleged that a conspiracy is being hatched to defeat him in the upcoming assembly polls "if I contest again from the Uttarpara seat".
The national parties in TN -- the BJP and Congress -- which play second fiddle to the DMK and the AIADMK, also made attempts to spread its wings in the digital platforms.
IICF chief Zufar Farooqui planted a tamarind sapling to start the project in a simple ceremony.
During the same period, 117 fatalities were recorded, also the lowest in over eight months, taking the death toll to 1,53,587.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday refused to speak at the event attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after "Jai Shri Ram" slogans were raised by a section of the audience.
Writes to Union Cabinet Secretary urging him to allot employees of Central govt, PSUs for poll duties; asks CS to transfer PR dept principal secy, commissioner
Simultaneously, all the polling staff are deployed away from their place of work and residence as per the Election Commission guidelines.
The State government on Monday said it would abide by the verdict of the Supreme Court on panchayat elections.
In a statement issued on Monday, the TDP chief alleged that the YSRC government got a single point agenda to demolish the constitutional institutions.
Rumours on vaccines can lead to penal action as Centre asks states to be vigilant against ‘misinformation’
The home secretary urged the states to put in place a mechanism to check the spread of rumours and also asked them to promptly disseminate factual messages regarding the issues.
Senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for the State, challenged the division bench order of the AP Hight Court that allowed elections to be held.
Tony Chammany, Mathew Kuzhalnadan, A B Sabu among those in contention
Because of our government’s efforts, the removal of Tamil from postal department recruitment exams was reverted.