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  • PM Modi Is No Vajpayee, Irony That He Compares Himself To Him: MK Stalin

    PM Modi Is No Vajpayee, Irony That He Compares Himself To Him: MK Stalin

    The DMK will never tie-up with the BJP, its chief MK Stalin declared on Friday, commenting that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was no Atal Bihari Vajpayee and it was an "irony" that he compared himself with the former prime minister, who died in August.

  • Restaurant Chains Hid Earnings, Say Tax Officials After Raids In Chennai

    Restaurant Chains Hid Earnings, Say Tax Officials After Raids In Chennai

    Income Tax authorities cracking down on five restaurant majors in Chennai claim to have recovered incriminating evidence of that they suppressed local income and siphoned away income generated overseas.

  • 5 Restaurant Chains Including Saravana Bhavan Raided In Chennai

    5 Restaurant Chains Including Saravana Bhavan Raided In Chennai

    Five popular restaurant chains in Chennai, including the Saravana Bhavan group, are being raided by Income Tax officials. Raids are being conducted at the offices of Saravana Bhavan, Grand Sweets, Hot Breads and Anjappar Group in Chennai.

  • US Journalist Working On Sterlite Documentary Asked To Leave India

    US Journalist Working On Sterlite Documentary Asked To Leave India

    An American journalist who was working on a documentary on the health impact of the Sterlite copper smelter plant in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin has flown back, after he was directed by the police to leave the country, citing violation of visa conditions.

  • Tamil Nadu Pollution Board Rejects Sterlite Plea For Consent Renewal

    Tamil Nadu Pollution Board Rejects Sterlite Plea For Consent Renewal

    The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board today refused to consider Sterlite's plea for renewal of consent for its copper-smelting plant in Tuticorin, citing an appeal filed against it in the Supreme Court.

  • IIT-Madras Research Scholar Found Hanging In Her Hostel Room

    IIT-Madras Research Scholar Found Hanging In Her Hostel Room

    A woman research scholar at IIT-Madras was found hanging in her hostel room on Tuesday. Ranjana Kumari, from Jharkhand, was doingher PhD in the metallurgy department. No suicide note was found in her room at the Sabarmati hostel in the campus, the police said.

  • 2 Bureaucrats Lied About Jayalalithaa Health, Alleges Tamil Nadu Minister

    2 Bureaucrats Lied About Jayalalithaa Health, Alleges Tamil Nadu Minister

    The law minister of Tamil Nadu has alleged that two senior bureaucrats lied about former chief minister J Jayalalithaa's health condition during her 75-day treatment in Chennai's Apollo Hospitals in 2016. "Amma would have been alive had she been given proper treatment during her 75-day-hospitalisation," Tamil Nadu Law Minister CV Shanmugam told rep...

  • US Journalist Investigating Tamil Nadu Sterlite Plant Questioned By Cops

    US Journalist Investigating Tamil Nadu Sterlite Plant Questioned By Cops

    An American journalist, who was visiting villages affected by the alleged pollution by Sterlite Copper Smelting factory in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin, was taken away from his hotel and questioned for several hours by the police before being let off on Sunday.

  • HIV-Positive Man, Whose Blood Infected Pregnant Woman, Dies In Tamil Nadu

    HIV-Positive Man, Whose Blood Infected Pregnant Woman, Dies In Tamil Nadu

    A 19-year-old HIV-positive man, who had consumed poison after his blood had infected a pregnant woman in Tamil Nadu, died on Sunday.

  • Chinmayi Sripaada Asked To Pay "Random Fee" By Dubbing Union After #MeToo

    Chinmayi Sripaada Asked To Pay "Random Fee" By Dubbing Union After #MeToo

    Singer Chinmayi Sripaada, who had accused veteran poet-lyricist Vairamuthu of sexual harassment as part of the #MeToo movement, has been asked to pay Rs 1.5 lakh to be taken back in the South Indian Cine Television Artistes and Dubbing Artistes Union.

  • Second Woman Claims HIV Infection From Blood Transfusion In Tamil Nadu

    Second Woman Claims HIV Infection From Blood Transfusion In Tamil Nadu

    Two days after a woman was allegedly infected by HIV due to a faulty medical procedure at a Tamil Nadu hospital, a similar case has now come to light in Chennai. A 27-year-old woman has accused doctors at the prominent Kilpauk Medical College Hospital of criminal negligence, due to which she allegedly contracted the virus during a blood transfusion...

  • Pregnant Woman Given HIV-Infected Blood In Tamil Nadu Government Hospital

    Pregnant Woman Given HIV-Infected Blood In Tamil Nadu Government Hospital

    A 24-year-old pregnant woman in Tamil Nadu is HIV positive after infected blood was given to her during a blood transfusion at a government hospital in Virudhunagar district, around 500 km from Chennai.The government has offered financial compensation and jobs for the woman and her husband but they want help for private treatment after the negligen...

  • OPS' Brother Sacked By AIADMK Last Week Back After He Says Sorry

    OPS' Brother Sacked By AIADMK Last Week Back After He Says Sorry

    Tamil Nadu Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam's brother O Raja has been taken back by the ruling AIADMK just a week after he was sacked for "bringing disrepute to the party". All he had to do was say sorry.

  • Women Evicted From Sabarimala Base Camp Amid Protests: 10 Points

    Women Evicted From Sabarimala Base Camp Amid Protests: 10 Points

    Eleven women, who were waiting at Pamba to attempt the 5-km trek to the Sabarimala hill shrine, said they were evicted from the base camp by the Kerala police following a huge face-off with protesters. The police have denied the accusation. The group was expected to be the first of several planning to attempt the trek in December - three months aft...

  • Cops Should Back Off If They Can't Take Us To Shrine: Sabarimala Woman

    Cops Should Back Off If They Can't Take Us To Shrine: Sabarimala Woman

    Eleven women, part of a fifty-member group, from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal decided to undertake the Sabarimala pilgrimage as a large group, after more than a dozen women, between 10 and 50 age groups could not enter the temple since the Supreme Court's September 28 verdict, allowing all women to enter Sabarimala.

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'Sam Daniel' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • PM Modi Is No Vajpayee, Irony That He Compares Himself To Him: MK Stalin

    PM Modi Is No Vajpayee, Irony That He Compares Himself To Him: MK Stalin

    The DMK will never tie-up with the BJP, its chief MK Stalin declared on Friday, commenting that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was no Atal Bihari Vajpayee and it was an "irony" that he compared himself with the former prime minister, who died in August.

  • Restaurant Chains Hid Earnings, Say Tax Officials After Raids In Chennai

    Restaurant Chains Hid Earnings, Say Tax Officials After Raids In Chennai

    Income Tax authorities cracking down on five restaurant majors in Chennai claim to have recovered incriminating evidence of that they suppressed local income and siphoned away income generated overseas.

  • 5 Restaurant Chains Including Saravana Bhavan Raided In Chennai

    5 Restaurant Chains Including Saravana Bhavan Raided In Chennai

    Five popular restaurant chains in Chennai, including the Saravana Bhavan group, are being raided by Income Tax officials. Raids are being conducted at the offices of Saravana Bhavan, Grand Sweets, Hot Breads and Anjappar Group in Chennai.

  • US Journalist Working On Sterlite Documentary Asked To Leave India

    US Journalist Working On Sterlite Documentary Asked To Leave India

    An American journalist who was working on a documentary on the health impact of the Sterlite copper smelter plant in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin has flown back, after he was directed by the police to leave the country, citing violation of visa conditions.

  • Tamil Nadu Pollution Board Rejects Sterlite Plea For Consent Renewal

    Tamil Nadu Pollution Board Rejects Sterlite Plea For Consent Renewal

    The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board today refused to consider Sterlite's plea for renewal of consent for its copper-smelting plant in Tuticorin, citing an appeal filed against it in the Supreme Court.

  • IIT-Madras Research Scholar Found Hanging In Her Hostel Room

    IIT-Madras Research Scholar Found Hanging In Her Hostel Room

    A woman research scholar at IIT-Madras was found hanging in her hostel room on Tuesday. Ranjana Kumari, from Jharkhand, was doingher PhD in the metallurgy department. No suicide note was found in her room at the Sabarmati hostel in the campus, the police said.

  • 2 Bureaucrats Lied About Jayalalithaa Health, Alleges Tamil Nadu Minister

    2 Bureaucrats Lied About Jayalalithaa Health, Alleges Tamil Nadu Minister

    The law minister of Tamil Nadu has alleged that two senior bureaucrats lied about former chief minister J Jayalalithaa's health condition during her 75-day treatment in Chennai's Apollo Hospitals in 2016. "Amma would have been alive had she been given proper treatment during her 75-day-hospitalisation," Tamil Nadu Law Minister CV Shanmugam told rep...

  • US Journalist Investigating Tamil Nadu Sterlite Plant Questioned By Cops

    US Journalist Investigating Tamil Nadu Sterlite Plant Questioned By Cops

    An American journalist, who was visiting villages affected by the alleged pollution by Sterlite Copper Smelting factory in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin, was taken away from his hotel and questioned for several hours by the police before being let off on Sunday.

  • HIV-Positive Man, Whose Blood Infected Pregnant Woman, Dies In Tamil Nadu

    HIV-Positive Man, Whose Blood Infected Pregnant Woman, Dies In Tamil Nadu

    A 19-year-old HIV-positive man, who had consumed poison after his blood had infected a pregnant woman in Tamil Nadu, died on Sunday.

  • Chinmayi Sripaada Asked To Pay "Random Fee" By Dubbing Union After #MeToo

    Chinmayi Sripaada Asked To Pay "Random Fee" By Dubbing Union After #MeToo

    Singer Chinmayi Sripaada, who had accused veteran poet-lyricist Vairamuthu of sexual harassment as part of the #MeToo movement, has been asked to pay Rs 1.5 lakh to be taken back in the South Indian Cine Television Artistes and Dubbing Artistes Union.

  • Second Woman Claims HIV Infection From Blood Transfusion In Tamil Nadu

    Second Woman Claims HIV Infection From Blood Transfusion In Tamil Nadu

    Two days after a woman was allegedly infected by HIV due to a faulty medical procedure at a Tamil Nadu hospital, a similar case has now come to light in Chennai. A 27-year-old woman has accused doctors at the prominent Kilpauk Medical College Hospital of criminal negligence, due to which she allegedly contracted the virus during a blood transfusion...

  • Pregnant Woman Given HIV-Infected Blood In Tamil Nadu Government Hospital

    Pregnant Woman Given HIV-Infected Blood In Tamil Nadu Government Hospital

    A 24-year-old pregnant woman in Tamil Nadu is HIV positive after infected blood was given to her during a blood transfusion at a government hospital in Virudhunagar district, around 500 km from Chennai.The government has offered financial compensation and jobs for the woman and her husband but they want help for private treatment after the negligen...

  • OPS' Brother Sacked By AIADMK Last Week Back After He Says Sorry

    OPS' Brother Sacked By AIADMK Last Week Back After He Says Sorry

    Tamil Nadu Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam's brother O Raja has been taken back by the ruling AIADMK just a week after he was sacked for "bringing disrepute to the party". All he had to do was say sorry.

  • Women Evicted From Sabarimala Base Camp Amid Protests: 10 Points

    Women Evicted From Sabarimala Base Camp Amid Protests: 10 Points

    Eleven women, who were waiting at Pamba to attempt the 5-km trek to the Sabarimala hill shrine, said they were evicted from the base camp by the Kerala police following a huge face-off with protesters. The police have denied the accusation. The group was expected to be the first of several planning to attempt the trek in December - three months aft...

  • Cops Should Back Off If They Can't Take Us To Shrine: Sabarimala Woman

    Cops Should Back Off If They Can't Take Us To Shrine: Sabarimala Woman

    Eleven women, part of a fifty-member group, from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal decided to undertake the Sabarimala pilgrimage as a large group, after more than a dozen women, between 10 and 50 age groups could not enter the temple since the Supreme Court's September 28 verdict, allowing all women to enter Sabarimala.

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