Tamil movie actor Rajinikanth on Sunday visited Apollo Hospitals to enquire about Jayalalithaa’s health.
Pollachi Municipal Chairman and AIADMK town secretary, Krishnakumar lodged a complaint that DMK councillor Naaneethakrishnan had posted some verses on the social media, on the health condition of the Chief Minister, police said.
Her treatment plan includes antibiotics and respiratory support, according to the heath bulletin released by Apollo Hospital in Chennai.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa discussed the issues related to the Supreme Court directions on Tuesday on the Cauvery water sharing row at the Apollo Hospital.
Speaking on the eve of the World Day Against Child Labour, the Chief Minister also listed out several initiatives taken by her government to ensure that children were sent to school and not employed in work.
Tamil Nadu’s vibration is encouraging other states to follow it. Apparently.
Jayalalithaa requested Modi to direct the Ministry of External Affairs “to use diplomatic channels to ensure that our fishermen are allowed to peacefully pursue their livelihood in their traditional fishing waters.”
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa urged Oil Companies to withdraw the price hike saying that the price fixing policy is not right.
Northern Province Chief Minister C V Wigneswaran on Friday presented the motion, which was opposed by the opposition United People’s Freedom Alliance councillor V Jayathilake.
Jayalalithaa does well to reach out to Stalin. But why should the gesture be so exceptional?
Swamy’s reaction comes in the wake of Jayalalithaa’s recent letter to the Prime Minister asking him to exempt the state from the NEET.
Rural students and those from poorer socio-economic backgrounds will be unable to compete with urban elite students in such Common Entrance Examinations, which were designed to favour the urban elite, Jayalalithaa said.
A day after controversy over Stalin being allotted a back-row seat at the venue of her swearing-in ceremony, Jayalalithaa said there was no intention to show disrespect to him or his party.
The people’s verdict has been decisive but what remain uncertain is the state’s financial status—it’s economy has seen the steepest rise in debt, about 92 per cent, according to various reports, in the last five years.
Survey data suggest women, traditional backers of the Chief Minister, rallied behind her as never before, overwhelming all negatives.