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Wahabis infiltrating Tamil Nadu mosques?

Pro-Islamic groups in Tamil Nadu have warned that Wahabism and preaching of ISIS fundamentals have been gaining ground in Tamil Nadu through a section of mosques.

3,470 Tamil Nadu temples over a century old

If Tamil Nadu’s rich contribution to heritage could be showcased, then the state Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments department will have its way.

328 bonded labourers including 106 children rescued in Tamil Nadu

We had to work for long hours. Most of us were not allowed to access basic food and toilet facilities," a labourer said.

The labourers rescued hail from Odisha and were allegedly made to work for 12 hours per day on a salary of Rs 20.

Election Commission exposes cash-for-vote in Tamil Nadu polls

A confidential report prepared by the public election department for the Election Commission of India is to reveal that milkmen, newspaper boys and goondas were used by politicians to distribute cash

Exempt Tamil Nadu forever: Jayalalithaa plea to Modi

Thanking Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the ordinance on NEET, Tamil Nadu chief minister J.

Clegg hammer boost for Indian pitches


The Clegg Impact Hammer, considered the most effective tool for measuring the hardness of a surface and predictor of bounce, is set to be used for preparing the pitch for the IPL-9 final to be held at

Tamil Nadu: DMK picks Stalin as leader of Opposition

DMK treasurer MK Stalin shows his inked finger after casting his vote for the Tamil Nadu Assembly polls, in Chennai. -PTI

The DMK moved to the next big step in power transition at the top level and declared party treasurer M.K. Stalin as its floor leader, elevating him to the status of the Opposition leader.

Jayalalithaa swings into action, keeps 5 promises

AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa after administering oath as Tamil Nadu CM at Madras University Centenary auditorium. (Photo: PTI)

Fulfilling five major promises made during her election campaign on the she assumed office, chief minister J.

‘More than 10 per cent schizophrenics commit suicide’

When 52-year-old Dharani (name changed) started talking to herself 20 years ago, her doting family labelled her as an overdramatic version of herself.

Cadres paint city green, but no banners

Ecstatic cadres of the ruling party lined up city roads starting from Poes Garden residence of chief minister J. Jayalalithaa to the Secretariat on Monday amidst shouts of “Puratachi thalaivi Amma”.

As the dust settles on the recent Assembly elections, what emerges is a bifurcation of the political tendencies of the 2014 general election: if Tamil Nadu and West Bengal reiterated the political val

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