Chennai,Feb10(tamilnaducentral): Reports say that Tamil Nadu Assembly elections could be scheduled on May 14 and counting of votes planned on May 18.
Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa has announced a solatium of Rs 10 lakh for the families of four Army jawans who were killed recently in the massive landslide at Siachen.
Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad is scheduled to meet with DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi in the city on February 12 to discuss and firm up poll alliance ahead of the Assembly elections.
In the triple suicide case of three girls of SVS College of Yoga and Naturopathy at Kallakurichi, hearing is to happen on the bail plea of college chairman Vasuki and three others today. Following the shut-down of the college, students are to attend counselling at Government Siddha Medical College at Arumbakkam today.
4 lakh Tamil Nadu government staff have embarked on an indefinite strike pressing for 20 demands, from today.
Jewellers in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry will observe a one-day strike tomorrow, in protest against the Centre’s mandatory PAN ruling for every purchase of Rs 2 lakh and above.
Strongly objecting to New Delhi’s move to introduce a single national-level examination for medical courses, J Jayalalithaa wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that any form of common entrance test would only favour the urban elite and rural students cannot compete with them.