Chennai, Apr 27(tamilnaducentral): A scion of Mannargudi clan has deleted all his posts in Facebook and also his friends’ list. It comes soon after Vivek, son of Ilavarasi is under the scanner of Delhi Police. Meanwhile, Delhi police has left an escape route for Dinakaran by writing a weak FIR, claim legal circles. The motive
Chennai, Apr 27 (tamilnaducentral): Film industry in Tamil Nadu will not forget Jana aka Janarthanan of Jaya TV. In 2011, Jana decided which film will release. It was the period when Jayalalithaa came to power. Big heroes and top producers courted Jana to sell satellite rights to Jaya TV. No one had the direct access
Chennai, Apr 27 (tamilnaducentral): Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan wearing multiple hats of actor, producer, director and singer is all set to make his television debut as a host for the Tamil version of Bigg Boss. The show will be aired on Star Vijay in June or July. Sources close to the unit say that a specially
Chennai, Apr27 (tamilnaducentral): Yesterday, 28 AIADMK MLAs who are supporting Sasikala met at a city hotel to discuss the strategy to deal with the OPS and EPS groups. Sources say they have come to an agreement that if they were not given berths in the ministry, they would withdraw their support to the EPS ministry.
Chennai, Apr 26 (tamilnaducentral): ED is expected to call Vivek Jayaraman, son of Ilavarasi to give clarity on the financial dealings of aunt Sasikala and his mother. Vivek is the man who handles the financial activities of Sasikala and Ilavarasi. He is also on the board of Jazz Cinemas. ED and IT feel that by
Chennai, Apr26 (tamilnaducentral): Close to midnight yesterday, Delhi police arrested TTV Dinakaran, the deputy General Secretary of AIADMK. On an earlier occasion, when Sasikala had the majority of MLAs and was gearing up to be CM, the Supreme Court accepted the trial court verdict sentencing her to four years in jail. Now, as Dinakaran and
Chennai, Apr26 (tamilnaducentral): Police suspect that the break-in at Kodanad estate was the handiwork of Maoists, informed a top police official. The Maoists were said to have taken away boxes of cash that were stashed away in the estate, say sources. Though initially the police investigating team has suspected that the motive was to take away documents,