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Massive protest continued for the fourth day today at Chennai's Marina Beach with schools across Tamil Nadu remained closed in support of bull taming sport Jallikattu.Members of South Indian Artists association, Nadigar Sangam will come out in support of Jallikattu today.Marina Beach in Chennai continued to receive people who seek revival of the bull-taming game where protests continue day and night.Many...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working president M. K. Stalin, who was taken into preventive custody today for halting a train in a protest against the ban of Jallikattu, has been released.He was taken into preventive custody for joining the 'Rail Roko Agitation' at Chennai's Mambalam station.DMK workers, in huge numbers, broke the barricading here while voicing their support for Jallikattu.While...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
After being released from preventive custody, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working president M. K. Stalin on Friday said the statement of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam has come as a relief to them."The statement of the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister has come as a relief," Stalin told the media here.Appreciating the youth for their massive support in favour of bull taming sport Jallikattu,...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam on Friday said he has taken legal advice over ban on bull taming sport Jallikattu, adding that a draft of ordinance has been sent to the Home Ministry."The Tamil Nadu Government has sent a draft of amendment to MHA this morning. I believe the draft would be approved in one-two days which will pave the way for Jallikattu," Panneerselvam told the media here.While...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
Reacting on the ongoing protest on the bull-taming festival of Jallikattu, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working President MK Stalin on Thursday said that since the state government is not taking any serious steps on the same, the party is going to hold a rail roko protest on Friday.Stalin said the Attorney General of the Indian has communicated very clearly that the Tamil Nadu government can make...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
After Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the matter of Jallikattu (a bull-taming sport) is sub-judice in reply to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's request for an ordinance on the same, the AIADMK government is considering an ordinance route under state law to evade the ban on the 'culture', media reports said.According to reports,Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam has extended his stay in Delhi to...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
a major boost to the people of Tamil Nadu, the Centre on Friday gave approval to an ordinance revoking the ban on Jallikattu.The ordinance was proposed by the Tamil Nadu Government which was placed before the Law, Environment and Culture Ministries.In consultation with Attorney General of India Mukul Rohatgi, the Ministries forwarded the ordinance to President Pranab Mukherjee for his assent.This latest...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
Hailing the ordinance for lifting ban from bull-taming sport Jallikattu, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam on Sunday said that the state assembly will table a draft tomorrow churning out a permanent solution in this regard.Addressing the media here, Panneerselvam asserted that the people of Tamil Nadu are able to practice Jallikattu post the relentless pressure created by the state government...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
many as eight trains were on Sunday cancelled and many partially cancelled in the wake of protests held across Tamil Nadu in support of bull-taming sport Jallikattu.Jallikattu made a re-appearance in the state today, claiming the lives of two men in Pudukottai.The traditional bull-taming festival was held in some parts of Tamil Nadu, even though locals in Madurai's Alanganallur, where Chief Minister...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working president M. K. Stalin on Saturday started its one-day hunger protest in support of bull taming sport Jallikattu.Apart from this, massive crowd could be seen thronging at the Marina Beach, refusing to end their agitation till the event of Jallikattu is organised.The DMK yesterday held 'Rail Roko Agitation', under which the protesters also halted a train at Chennai's...
Source : Newkerala | 33 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Chennai
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