PMK leader Ramadoss today criticised the Tamil Nadu government for not calling the Milk Producers Societies for talks for more than six months while seeking a fair increase in the milk procurement price.
While the Indian scientific community is anxiously awaiting the entry of 'Mangalyaan' into the orbit of the red planet on September 24, a cultural outfit in Thiruvananthapuram will be offering special prayers for the 'safety' and 'success' of the Mars Orbiter Mission.
A television news station has recruited the country's first transgender news anchor, five months after a court ruled that transgender people be recognised as a legal third gender, a newspaper reported on Friday.
The Supreme Court today dismissed the petition filed by the Tamil Nadu government challenging the order of the Madras High Court appointing an IAS officer to inspect and verify steps taken to stop illegal mining in the state.
Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa has said her state will not comply with the University Grants Commission or UGC order that Hindi be taught as a main subject along with English in all colleges at the graduation level.
Kerala Bar Owners yesterday informed the Kerala High Court that the state government's decision to close all bars was taken in 'haste' and would be counter productive as it would lose substantial revenue from Abkari business, besides impacting tourism.
With concerns being raised by the tourism sector over Kerala government's decision to close down liquor bars, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy yesterday assured the industry that he would 'take note' of their worries.
The Madras High Court yesterday directed the cyber crime cell of Tamil Nadu Police to submit to it by September 22 details of complaints received in the past one decade of offences like sharing objectionable photographs of women on the Internet.