After a week-long tension, senior Congress leaders, including Alagiri, paid a visit to Stalin in Chennai Saturday and issued statements that their differences have been resolved, assuring that the alliance is more important.
With the Tamil Nadu government taking precautions this year to reduce casualties, more than 2,000 police personnel were deployed at Alanganallur to ensure security and crowd management during the event. Several ambulances were also stationed around the arena.
Let Chennai Breathe takes the beloved childhood game of kabaddi and turns it into the focal point of the video, as the lyrics describe how the current generation is unable to play the game enjoyed by their forefathers due to lack of cleaner air.
Out of the 71 injured, 45 were bull tamers and 13 bull owners and spectators each.
The restrictions were announced on January 13. All buses bound for Puducherry, Cuddalore and Chidambaram along the East Coast Road will depart only from the K K Nagar bus station.
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The clip of the celebration was uploaded by one user on social media and it had gone viral. Netizens slammed the students for ‘acting against culture’ and questioned their ‘upbringing’.
In the video, a policeman in a patrol vehicle is seen recording footage of women at a bus stop in Valluvarkottam.
Officials at the Chennai International Airport released a statement urging citizens residing around the airport in Meenambakkam to refrain from building bonfires as it compromises visibility.
The alleged assault was after organisers asked Anbazhagan to remove a stall at the fair, which he had been occupying to exhibit some of his self-published pamphlets— mostly compilations of political corruption.
The two-day Swap Shop helps citizens swap items that they do not need in exchange for items that they want, with the aim of reducing the waste footprint per person and the volume of waste that is generated in Chennai.
Airline authorities said the two passengers were drunk and created ruckus inside the aircraft asking for more drinks to be served.
The protesters had gathered at the Valluvar Kottam around 4 pm but were arrested within minutes and taken to the APVP community hall in Nungambakkam.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palanisamy assured that the accused will be nabbed soon and strong action will be taken against them.
The special buses will be operated by the Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation (TNSTC) from five bus stations in Chennai, namely Tambaram, Poonamallee, Koyambedu, Madhavaram and Saidapet.
The fair will be held from January 9 to January 21 at the YMCA Grounds in Nandanam, between 3 pm and 9 pm on weekdays and 11 am and 9 pm on weekends. Visitors need to pay an entry fee of Rs 10.
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Pugazhendhi became the fourth AMMK leader to jump ship after Senthil Balaji, VP Kalairajan, and Thanga Tamilselvan joined the DMK.
“Qur’an, Bible and Bhavagad Gita have taught us that dead people are equal to God, I don’t see any religion or caste in dead persons. What I am doing is a service to God and I don’t feel anything wrong in that,” Selvaraj said.
According to the RMC, parts of Chennai and districts of Tiruvallur, Kancheepuram, Cuddalore, Nagapattinam, Villupuram and Ariyalur will experience light to moderate rainfall over the next 48 hours.