The striking unions, including the DMK-affiliated LPF, CITU, AITUC and INTUC, have also sought pending terminal benefits of workers who retired last year and non-allocation of funds in the budget to compensate for the losses incurred by transport undertakings.
The response from the school comes a couple of days after the screenshot of the exam paper led to furore on social media, with many claiming that the school had shamed the protesting farmers by labelling them as ‘miscreants’ and ‘violent maniacs’.
The comment is significant as it comes weeks after Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit refrained from taking a call on the premature release of AG Perarivalan, a convict in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case.
AMMK general secretary TTV Dhinakaran, who visited Madurai earlier today to attend a family event of his party functionary, said cadres and the general public are waiting to provide a rousing welcome to ‘Chinamma’ (Sasikala) on her return to Chennai.
Chennai Corporation Commissioner G Prakash requested resident associations, private firms, and NGOs to create more urban forests. He said private firms can even place advertisements and signboards in the forests they maintain.
As the complainant obliged with the information they sought, Pradeep allegedly used a derogatory word for his caste and demanded to know how they dared to ride a bike in front of them (the implication being that people from lower castes can’t ride bikes like they can).
According to the officials, people going for a licence for their pet/s will get free anti-rabies vaccination from civic bodies' pet clinics present in Nungambakkam, T Nagar, Meenambakkam and Thiru-Vi-Ka Nagar.
Jayalalithaa's legal heirs filed petitions challenging the government’s notification for the acquisition of Veda Nilayam to turn it into a memorial and the award passed by the land acquisition officer.