Make Tamil compulsory for local students in Kendriya Vidyalayas in TN: DMK MP Tiruchi Siva
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Centre concerned over increasing Covid cases in Delhi, Tamil Nadu, 3 other statesEven as Maharashtra and Kerala have 60% of total active cases of Covid-19, the Centre is concerned over rapidly increasing cases in states like Delhi, Tamil..
Lightning strike kills 3 in Maharashtra's NagpurThe IMD predicts thunderstorms and mild to moderate rain in Puducherry and Tamil Nadu over the next five days.
Railway stations and highways bear brunt of Agnipath protestsHighways, buses and parked vehicles were the other soft targets in the spree of destruction wrought by protesters in Bihar and parts of UP, Punjab and Rajasthan...
Rajiv Gandhi assassination case: Madras high court refuses to order release of Nalini, RavichandranThe Madras high court on Friday refused to direct the Tamil Nadu government to release Rajiv Gandhi assassination case life convicts S Nalini and Ravichandran..
Government FD Offers A Solid 8.77% Interest Rate For Senior Citizens, 8.24% For Others|Oneindia News
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DMK MP says “Hindi is the language of underdeveloped states” | Oneindia News *News
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'Time for Hindutva is over, need to focus on real issues': Congress leader Vivek TankhaRajya Sabha MP Vivek Tankha said that Ram Mandir and other issues raised by the BJP have had an impact only in the Hindi heartland.
BJP trying to destabilise Maharashtra government with eye on presidential polls, claims Mallikarjun KhargeThe leader of opposition in the Rajya Sabha said the BJP has been making similar attempts in the past to topple non-Congress governments across the country and..
BJP outfoxes MVA again, gets extra council memberJust days after the Rajya Sabha elections, Maha Vikas Aghadi in Maharashtra was dealt a big blow by BJP, which succeeded in winning five out of 10 seats in the..
Don’t repeat the mistake made with farm laws: CongressRajya Sabha MP Deepender Hooda, addressing a press conference at the party headquarters, said the government should withdraw the scheme immediately, and instead..
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