Watching the grey Chennai sky this morning, I couldn’t help but reminisce about how and when rain became a ‘character’ in our movies.
A government school student in Chennai, she could not dream of getting expensive private coaching before appearing for the test.
The minister said this after laying the foundation stone for the construction of paver block road, drainage and a small bridge at Pudukkottai village in Kayathar town Panchayat on Saturday.
The Puducherry administration will also take stringent action against those who level baseless charges against legislators and threaten them on social media, Narayanasamy told the legislative assembly
"The miscreants who were involved in this crime should be identified soon and be made known to society," said the Tamil Nadu CM
The police are also interrogating a mentally challenged woman who claims she had put the orange shawl on the statue to honour MGR as she is fond of the leader.
The city police, on Thursday, issued a permission denial letter to Palanisamy.
A writer par excellence, M Karunanidhi began penning scripts as a 20-year old for plays which became a vehicle for propagating principles of the Dravidian movement.
The DMK president revealed he had agreed to retain the flag of present AIADMK (with Arignar Anna’s bust at the centre).
Ironically, it was a medical recommendation that made Karunanidhi start wearing glasses following an accident in the late 1960s that damaged his left eye.
Kaala is a little different for Rajinikanth, as he's now not only a well-known cine star, but also a celebrated figure whose entry into politics has not been a smooth sail.
Nearly 50 French nationals residing in Chennai took part in the Rickshaw Rally to explore the city on Sunday
MC Chandrasekhar, son of MG Chakrapani, elder brother of MGR, to contest as independent; J Deepa, close relative of Jayalalithaa, also in the fray for RK Nagar bypoll.
I-T raids on Jaya TV | It's a plot to bar Sasikala from politics, claims TTV Dhinakaran; documents seized from old channel office
IT sources said the raids are being conducted in almost 200 places connected to jailed AIADMK leader VK Sasikala and her extended family spread across various cities and states.
Holding that no one has the right to summon students outside schools, whether, on working days or holidays, a special bench of the Madras HC refused to repeal the interim stay on school students.