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How relevant is MGR's legacy in Tamil Nadu politics? Top leaders debate at India Today Conclave South 2021

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How relevant is MGR's legacy in Tamil Nadu politics? Top leaders debate at India Today Conclave Sout
How relevant is MGR's legacy in Tamil Nadu politics? Top leaders debate at India Today Conclave South 2021
Can anyone today fill Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MG Ramachandran's shoes? At the India Today Conclave South 2021, top leaders from Tamil Nadu debate whether anybody could stake claim to MGR's legacy.
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UPDATED: March 12, 2021 20:06 IST
(L-R): Sripriya, State Secretary, HQ Propaganda, MNM party; Narayanan Thirupathy, Spokesperson, Tamil Nadu BJP; MG Ramachandran (archive image);TKS Elangovan, Member of Parliament, DMK; Kovai Sathyan, Spokesperson, AIADMK. (Photo Credit: Yasir Iqbal)

TN elections 2021: Kamal Haasan likely to announce MNM-SDPI alliance today

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Talking to reporters, Tamil Nadu SDPI in-charge Abdul Majeed said that they have demanded 25 seats while Haasan has agreed for 18 seats.

TN elections 2021: Kamal Haasan announces MNM-SDPI alliance; Allots 18 seats

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Talking to reporters, Tamil Nadu SDPI in-charge Abdul Majeed said that they have demanded 25 seats while Haasan has agreed for 18 seats.

Tamil Nadu | There is no religion called Hinduism: Furore over Tamil preacher's comments in presence of DMK chief Stalin

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Kalairasi Natarajan, a preacher said that the existence of Hinduism dates back a 'couple of centuries'.
DMK chief MK Stalin  |  Photo Credit: Times Now
Chennai: A massive controversy has erupted in Tamil Nadu over a preacher's critical remarks against Hinduism in presence of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagham (DMK) chief MK Stalin. BJP leaders from the state have accused the DMK of being anti-Hindu over remarks of one Kalairasi Natarajan, who said that 'there is no religion called Hinduism'.
"There is no religion called Hinduism, its existence only dates back a couple of centuries. We are all Shivites & most importantly Tamilians," Natarajan, preacher, said in presence of the DMK chief during an event.

BJP, AIADMK welcome Rajinikanth's announcement; DMK says none can take their vote bank

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BJP Spokesperson Narayanan Thirupathy said his party was happy to know about Rajini’s foray into politics
The party was open to alliance with like-minded parties, he added
DMK MP A Raja said it was a person’s democratic right to start a party and that they would see with time
Chennai: Actor Rajinikanth’s announcement to float his political outfit in January and contest and the upcoming Assembly election was met with an enthusiastic welcome from BJP and AIADMK, but opposition party DMK said that Rajini’s foray into the state politics would not dent its vote bank. The DMK further said that there was no proof of an established vote bank or vote percentage for the actor.

'Tamil speaking Indian': T-shirt sloganeering adds fresh hues to language activism in TN

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'Tamil speaking Indian': T-shirt sloganeering adds fresh hues to language activism in TN
The BJP took exception to the debate and said instead of opposing Hindi, the TN people should ask others to learn Tamil.
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Musician Yuvan Sankar Raja (L) and actor Shirish Saravanan (R) on Sunday released a photo of them wearing clothes with pro-Tamil slogans. (Photo | Twitter)
By Express News Service
CHENNAI: Language activism in Tamil Nadu took the garb of T-shirts on Sunday after musician Yuvan Sankar Raja and actor Shirish Saravanan released a photo of them wearing designer T-shirts with slogans I am a Tamil pesum Indian (I am a Tamil speaking Indian) and Hindi theriyathu poda (I don’t know Hindi, go man).  

'Ayush Secretary Rajesh Kotecha's remarks violate Official Languages Act'- The New Indian Express

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Express News Service
CHENNAI: The remarks of Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha’s, Secretary of the Ministry of AYUSH, during the online conference violated the Official Languages Act, say language activists.
While speaking at the virtual training programme for the master trainers, Kotecha told participants from Tamil Nadu they could leave if they did not understand Hindi.
He said this after requests from participants to converse in English instead of Hindi. About 37 naturopathy doctors from the State had participated in the conference.
The secretary’s remarks were dubbed as ‘neo-colonial hegemony’ on non-Hindi speaking States by a section of activists. They say he not only discriminated against people, but also violated the Official Languages Act.

Vocational training: old wine in new nep glass?- The New Indian Express

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Express News Service
CHENNAI: The three-language formula was not the only bone of contention in the National Education Policy. Now, the proposal to introduce vocational education from Class-VI has become the focus of debates. While educationists seem divided on the topic, the popular opinion seems to be that, the concept may be beneficial for urban middle-class students but problematic for those coming from rural and low-income groups.
The policy proposes practice-based training for students from Class-VI onwards, for 10 days a year without carrying their bags. On the no-bag days, the students will intern with experts in carpentry, gardening and pottery among others. The internship will be in collaboration with private companies, development institutes and non-profit organizations.

Disgruntled with DMK, sitting MLA KK Selvam meets BJP leaders but denies joining party

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KK Selvam, the sitting DMK MLA from the prestigious Thousand Lights constituency in Chennai met BJP leaders in Delhi.
This comes on a day when even the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Tamil Nadu unit said that he would be joining the party.
However, after meeting BJP leaders in Delhi, he told reporters that he was not joining the BJP and had met them only to make certain demands related to his constituency.
Chennai: KK Selvam, the sitting DMK MLA from the prestigious Thousand Lights constituency in Chennai met BJP leaders in Delhi, on a day when even the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Tamil Nadu unit said that he would be joining the party.

Congress fighting against people, judiciary amid COVID-19: Tamil Nadu BJP leader


Congress fighting against people, judiciary amid COVID-19: Tamil Nadu BJP leader
ANI |
Updated: Jul 27, 2020 16:59 IST
Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], July 27 (ANI): Tamil NaduBharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Narayanan Thirupathy reacted sharply against the Congress' protest against the BJP near the Raj Bhavan in Chennai on Monday and said that they were flouting social distancing norms amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Thirupathy accused the Congress of fighting against the people and the judiciary by not following health guidelines issued by the government.
Speaking to ANI Thirupathy said, "They are fighting against the people and the judiciary by not following health guidelines issued by the government."

Web series producer booked for hurting religious sentiments on BJP spokesperson's complaint

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Express News Service
CHENNAI: The cyber crime wing of the Chennai police on Monday booked the director and producer of a yet-to-be-released web series following a complaint from the Tamil Nadu BJP spokesperson Narayanan Thirupathy.
The complaint filed on May 27 at the office of the Chennai city police commissioner claimed that the web series intended to target the Brahmin community and that scenes from the show are vulgar.
The producer Elango Raghupathy had subsequently on Sunday filed a complaint seeking action against those who made threat calls to him and circulated fake news and hate messages about him on social media.

At Chennai Book Fair, organisers lock horns with publishers, writers over allowing inclusion of 'anti-government' book

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At Chennai Book Fair, organisers lock horns with publishers, writers over allowing inclusion of 'anti-government' book
The ongoing Chennai Book Fair 2020 — a 12-day event organised by the Booksellers and Publishers Association of South India (BAPASI) — has run into rough weather after its launch on 9 January. Now in its 43rd edition, the CBF has seen participating writers and BAPASI embroiled in a row after senior journalist V Anbazhagan was prevented from displaying an “anti-government” book in his rented stall, and had a police complaint filed against him in this regard.
Kavitha Muralidharan
January 15, 2020 17:08:45 IST
The ongoing Chennai Book Fair 2020 — a 12-day event organised by the Booksellers and Publishers Association of South India (BAPASI) — has run into rough weather after its launch on 9 January. Now in its 43rd edition, the CBF has seen participating writers and BAPASI embroiled in a row after senior journalist V Anbazhagan was prevented from displaying an “anti-government” book in his rented stall, and had a police complaint filed against him in this regard.

'Remove books on LTTE at Chennai book fair': TN BJP demands

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A day after senior journalist V Anbazhagan was told to vacate his stall at the Chennai book fair, for selling a book highlighting alleged corruption by the Tamil Nadu government, the BJP has called for more censorship on the material being sold there. Party spokesperson Narayanan Thirupathy tweeted on Sunday that organisers should not allow for the sale of books on the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, which is a banned organisation.
His statement comes even as the Times of India reports that books on the outfit and its slain chief Velupillai Prabhakaran are amongst the most sought after publications in the fair. The book fair, which is currently in its 43rd edition and is a popular event in the city around Pongal every year, has novels and other fiction set in the backdrop of the civil war that took place ten years ago. Publishers and customers told ToI that books both supporting and critical of the outfit are evoking interest.

'Intolerance' touches new low, Tamil scholar Nellai Kannan calls for murder of HM Amit Shah during SDPI rally


Updated Dec 30, 2019 | 19:56 IST
Tamil scholar Nellai Kannan, on Monday, said that he was expecting 'something' to happen during CAA protests, 'but no Muslim is doing it'. He was speaking at an event organised by SDPI.
Tamil orator Nellai Kannan said that Home Minister Amit Shah is acting as the brain behind PM Modi  |  Photo Credit: Twitter
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If Amit Shah's 'story' is finished, then the 'story' of the PM would also be over, Kannan said
The BJP state unit filed a case against Kannan for inciting violence
Nellai Kannan, the Tamil scholar and orator was speaking at a Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) rally against CAA in Tirunelveli on Saturday

Will Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan give Tamil Nadu a political blockbuster?

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Will Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan give Tamil Nadu a political blockbuster?
Will Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan give Tamil Nadu a political blockbuster?
Hints that Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan will join hands in politics has created a lot of excitement among their respective followers.
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If need arises we will get together: Kamal Haasan
Rajini makes similar statement; fans ecstatic
Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan. Superstar and Ulaganayagan. A friendship forged on the sets of Apoorva Raagangal (1975) has lasted four decades, and now, Kollywood's two biggest stars have hinted at a joint political venture.
Kamal Hassan was the first to answer the question of a possible alliance. There is no miracle in our joining hands," he said on Tuesday at the Chennai airport. "We have been together for 44 years. If the need comes for us to get together [in politics] then we will. Right now, work is important; talking about this is not. For the benefit of the people of Tamil Nadu, we can take this journey together."

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