Chennai, Sept 9 (IBNS): The Tamil Nadu Cabinet on Sunday decided to recommend state Governor Banwarilal Purohit to order the release of seven convicts linked to the assassination of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
New Delhi, Aug 10 (IBNS): The central government on Friday rejected the Tamil Nadu government's plea to release seven convicts in the assassination case of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, media report said.
Chennai, Aug 7 (IBNS): In a conflict with the AIADMK government, the DMK moved the High Court over the state's denial to allow the burial of the mortal remains of former Chief Minister and DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi, who passed away on Tuesday, at Chennai's Marina Beach.
New Delhi, Jun 15 (IBNS) : President Ram Nath Kovind has rejected the Tamil Nadu government’s request to release from prison the seven convicts in the assassination of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, media reports said.
Chennai, May 29 (IBNS): DMK lawmakers, including opposition leader MK Stalin, on Tuesday entered the Tamil Nadu assembly by wearing black clothes as a mark of protest against the killing of 13 people in Tuticorin during agitation over the Sterlite copper plant pollution issue, media reports said.
Chennai, May 29 (IBNS): A day after ordering a complete closure of the Sterlite copper plant in Tuticorin, the Tamil Nadu government has cancelled the land allotment for the second phase of expansion of the plant by Vedanta Group in the region, media reports said.
Tuticorin, May 28 (IBNS): Prioritising Tamil Nadu people's demands after over a dozen deaths of protesters in police firing, the state government has issued an order to close the Sterlite copper plant permanently in Tuticorin on Monday, media reports said.
New Delhi, Mar 31 (IBNS) : The Tamil Nadu government on Saturday moved the Supreme Court filing a contempt petition against Cabinet Secretary P.K. Sinha and Union Water Resources Secretary U.P. Singh for not having formulated a scheme on the Cauvery water issue within the court-stipulated period of six weeks, media reports said.
Chennai, Jan 21 (IBNS): In a major victory for people demonstrating across the state for the past few days, the Tamil Nadu government has cleared Jallikattu Ordinance.