Monthly Archives: January 2017

Warangal Commissionerate police stations turn ‘smart’

City has 16,600 CCTVs in colonies, shopping complexes and public places The Closed Circuit Televisions (CCTVs) set up in residential colonies not only resulted in low crime rate but gave confidence to people, particularly women, who now come out for a walk. Localities such as Doctors Colony, which is located …

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Marginal farmer gives up land for Mallannasagar project, ends life

Dispossessed by the proposed Mallannasagar project, owner of half an acre land loses confidence and is pushed to take the extreme step After surrendering his half an acre of land to Government for the Mallannasagar Project, marginal farmer Chatlapally Ramulu lost the only security he had and with that the …

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Dams across Bhavani: Parties stage stir near Kerala border

They want Panneerselvam to raise the issue with PM Modi, stop the projects Around 1,000 cadre of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), Thanthai Periyar Dravidar Kazhagam (TPDK), Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi, Kongunadu Jananayaka Katchi (KJK) and other outfits staged a protest near the Kerala border in Anaikatti on Sunday, against the …

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Jallikattu is cultural identity of Tamils: TN CPI (M) secretary

Jallikattu is far too cultural an issue to figure prominently in the political agenda of a Communist party. But the CPI (M) sought to break the perception in Tamil Nadu by actively involving itself in the struggle for jallikattu. The party’s State secretary G. Ramakrishnan, in a conversation with B. Kolappan, justified …

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Jallikattu: 32 hurt in Sivaganga

As many as 32 people, including bull-tamers and spectators, suffered minor injuries in the jallikattu held at Siravayal village here on Sunday. Union Minister Pon Radhakrishnan, State Khadi Minister G. Baskaran and former DMK Minister K.R. Periyakaruppan were among the spectators witnessing the event. The annual bull-taming sport, which used …

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Jallikattu in Tiruchi leaves 35 injured

Seven-hour-long event witnesses participation of 400 bulls, tamers Over 35 people, including many spectators, were injured in jallikattu at Karungulam village in the district on Sunday. This was the first officially permitted jallikattu in the district since the Assembly passed a Bill for the conduct of the sport. One of …

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Fear rules India, says Gopalkrishna Gandhi

The former West Bengal Governor criticises the imposition of the National Anthem on the people. India is currently being ruled by the forces of fear, distrust and money, former West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi has said. He was delivering the second V.R. Krishna Iyer Memorial lecture as part of a …

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Dams across Bhavani Parties stage stir near Kerala border

They want Panneerselvam to raise the issue with PM Modi, stop the projects Around 1,000 cadre of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), Thanthai Periyar Dravidar Kazhagam (TPDK), Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi, Kongunadu Jananayaka Katchi (KJK) and other outfits staged a protest near the Kerala border in Anaikatti on Sunday, against the …

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