“This is the seventh instance of arrest and remand of innocent fishermen from Tamil Nadu by the Sri Lankan Navy within a span of three weeks,” she said expressing shock.
Paying her last respects, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa said Manorama was a great achiever in the field of Tamil movies.
Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa told Prime Minister Narendra Modi that KNPP Unit-I had started commercial operations on December 31, 2014, and that it had been shut down for the past 90 days for maintenance activities.
Initially, 20,000 cellphones will be distributed at the cost of Rs 15 crore. The scheme is expected to benefit 6.08 lakh SHGs.
Tamil Nadu experience suggests welfare schemes, subsidies deliver results if they are well-conceived and targeted.
In the current year, a sum of Rs 67 crore has been earmarked for the scheme, with a plan to provide it to mothers at the government hospitals.
Superstar Rajinikanth thanked Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa for deciding to set up a memorial for late legendary Tamil actor Sivaji Ganesan.
Prabhu, said he and his family were touched by the announcement of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa to construct a memorial in honour of his late father Sivaji Ganesan.
Modi was in Chennai to address the launch of the first National Handloom Day Celebrations, where he called for a complete revamp of fashion and design sector.
The leader was holding the portfolios of transport, nationalised transport and Motor Vehicles Act.
Karnataka government had, in its appeal against the May 11 verdict, taken the ground that the state government’s prosecuting agency was not made a party before the High Court.
A ruling AIADMK MP has stoked a controversy by threatening to “cut-off” the tongue of anyone who raises questions about the health of party supremo and Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.
Cheap food is the latest on the Delhi government’s menu. And why not?
Narendra Modi chaired the second meeting of the NITI Aayog’s Governing Council to deliberate on various issues, including the contentious land acquisition bill.
Out of the total requirement of 13,000 MW for Tamil Nadu, about 3000-3500 MW comes from wind, 3800 MW from Thermal, 3000 MW from Central Generating Stations, 500 MW Hydro, 350 MW from gas and rest from other sources.