At a prize distribution event for toppers of Class 10 public exam here, Monisha told Kandasamy that her ambition was to become an IAS officer like him, said a district official.
The former AIADMK supremo spent 75 days in the hospital before breathing her last on December 5 last year.
Hearing a plea, the judge said normally the court would not interfere with a probe by police officer, but could not turn a blind eye to instances of harassment.
In a statement, the chief minister said he had directed the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Department to carry out a safety audit of temples in Tamil Nadu.
The bypoll has been necessitated due to the death of sitting MLA and former chief minister J Jayalalithaa in December last year.
Chief Justice of Madras High Court Indira Banerjee administered the oath of office to the six new judges, including four women.
There may be moderate rainfall in Chennai and its neighbourhood during the next 24-48 hours. Parangipettai and Sethiyathoppu each gauged 4 cm of rainfall, followed by Nagapattinam, Karaikal and Vedharanyam at 2 cm in the last 24 hours, till 8.30 am today.
Police said all the four bodies have been recovered from the well.
The rituals ahead of Jayalalithaa's first death anniversary have to be performed for three days and the priests went there yesterday but were denied permission by police, he said.
Sasikala has always been under a cloud of 'inquiry' after the AIADMK lost the 1996 assembly elections, Divakaran said.
Report also suggested regulation of the rest hours of the pilots and other port officials in the wake of the mishap
State Election Commissioner M Malik Ferozh Khan and its secretary S Rajasekar appeared before the division bench of justices M Sathyanarayanan and N Seshasayee.
While alleged harassment by the moneylender and police inaction are believed to be the reasons for the suicides, a police inquiry claimed Isakimuthu (28) had a lot of debt and faced complaints from many people for not repaying money
In his complaint, the BJP leader said some persons had posted "obscene and awkward photos with defamatory, malicious and vulgar words" against Soundararajan on social media sites Facebook and Twitter.
The bench ordered issuance of notice to the state transport department and Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation, returnable in four weeks. The authorities were directed to immediately inspect old structures and carry out necessary repair works.
A day before Deepavali, the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board had appealed to residents of the city to "restrict" bursting crackers to the "maximum extent possible".
During discussions with the team on October 13, the state government had sought a central assistance of Rs 256 crore to combat the disease.
In the viral video, the students are seen hanging off a train with weapons in their hands, as it passes through a station.
A day after Tamil Nadu Health Secretary J Radhakrishnan said 35 perons had died due to dengue in the state, MK Stalin, leader of the opposition in the Assembly, hit out at the ruling AIADMK regime for the situation.
According to a senior police official, those detained were lodged in a marriage hall and later let off in the evening. Among those detained were some academicians and authors including professor Mangai and Manushyaputhiran.
An officer said internal academic decisions that refused to renew the employment contract of the accused for this academic year were the motive behind the attack.
The captain had asserted that the dredger did not suffer any damage and could be easily towed to the sea. The nine crew members of the dredger have been offered all possible assistance.
AG Pon Manickavel, Inspector General of Police, Railways, will hold "full additional charge" as IG, Idol Wing, CID, Chennai, a Home (SC) Department note from Additional Chief Secretary Niranjan Mardi said
The incident occurred last evening when the accused M Sekar from Sethubavachathiram, about 80 kms from here, took the girl, who was playing near his house, and sexually assaulted her, police said.
The petitioner said he was aggrieved over the indefinite extension of term of special officers "by frequent passing of ordinances and government orders" and sought a direction to the state government and the SEC to hold local body polls within a time frame as may be fixed by the court.