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Suriya"s continuous action in favour of Jallikattu protest

Jallikattus ban has spawned massive protests through various parts of Tamil Nadu including Chennai Madurai and Coimbatore.....»»

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Peaceful but forceful, protest gathers momentum

It was a sea of humanity at VOC Grounds in Coimbatore on Friday, with people from all walks of life congregating to protest for jallikattu for the fourth day.As the protesters on the ground held plac........»»

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Bandh affects normal life

Businesses, retail outlets, and several industries downed shutters and private buses, auto rickshaws and cabs stayed off the roads on Friday in Coimbatore in support of jallikattu. Several employees ........»»

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When all roads led to protest venues

: On Friday, it seemed as if a good section of the people of Tamil Nadu spent their time all day at three venues – Marinabeach in Chennai, Tamukkam grounds in Madurai and VOC Grounds in Coimbatore. In........»»

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Jallikattu protest intensifies in Coimbatore

More join protest; no untoward incidents.....»»

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Jallikattu row: List of cancelled and diverted train services

Chennai: In view of unrest/demonstration over Tamil Nadu area with regard to Jallikattu and consequent to the prevailing situation, the following are the changes in the pattern of train services: Trains fully cancelled on 20.01.2017 Train No.16058 Tirupati – Chennai Central ExpressTrain No.12640 KSR Bengaluru – Chennai Central Brindavan ExpressTrain No.06001 Chennai Egmore – Tirunelveli Spec.....»»

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Jallikattu protests intensify in Coimbatore

While the situation remained outwardly calm till around 10 this morning, the ongoing students' protest against the ban on Jallikattu intensified with more people including mothers and children joinin........»»

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SC agrees not to pass interim order on Jallikattu for a week

[India], Jan. 20 (ANI): As protests continue at Marina Beach in Chennai demanding removal of ban on the bull taming sport Jallikattu, the Supreme Court on Friday agreed not to pass any interim order for a week.Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi mentioned the matter before the apex court bench headed by Chief Justice of India Jagdish Singh Khehar."The Central Government and the state government are try.....»»

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Tejas to debut at R-Day parade

The indigenous light combat aircraft (LCA) Tejas will make its maiden appearance at the Republic Day parade, signifying India's self-reliance on critical weapons.Three fighter jets will take off from the Nal air base near Bikaner and reach New Delhi within minutes for enthralling the audience over Rajpath in a Vic formation."Three aircraft from 45 Squadron (Flying Daggers) are already in position .....»»

Source:  DeccanheraldCategory: sports~latestJan 19th, 2017Related News

Republic Day: For first time ever, India to witness flypast of indigenous Combat Aircraft "Tejas"

[India], Jan. 19(ANI): Indian Air Force officials revealed today that the indigenously manufactured Light Combat Aircraft 'Tejas' will display its flying skills at Rajpath on the Republic Day. It is the first time that this aircraft is going to be part of the Republic Day flypast.Talking about Tejas' participation in the Republic Day Flypast, Air Commodore Rajiva Ranjan, Principal Director, Air De.....»»

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Jallikattu protesters keep up pressure, govt mulls options

Protests demanding jallikattu swelled on the streets of Tamil Nadu after agitators rejected statements by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister O Panneerselvam and the state braced for a shutdown tomorrow.Late night reports indicated that the state government could consider promulgating an ordinance to ensure holding of jallikattu or convene the Assembly for adopting a resolution in its .....»»

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LCA Tejas to take maiden R-Day flight

After a gap of about two decades, an indigenously developed aircraft will take to the skies on Republic Day with LCA Tejas joining the fleet of 35 aircraft that will be part of an aerial display.Besides Tejas, which will lead the contingent of aircraft, the Republic Day parade will also see an array of flying beasts like Mi17 helicopters, Sukhoi Su 30 fighter jets, Advance Light Helicopter Rudra a.....»»

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Aspire Home Finance forays into TN, to target low, middle income groups

Aspire Home Finance Corporation Limited (AHFCL), an affordable housing finance company, today announced its foray into Tamil Nadu to exclusively meet the housing finance needs of lower and middle income (LMI) groups and in the process contribute towards the Centresgoal of Housing for all by 2022. Speaking to reporters after opening its office here, AHFCL MD Aand CEO Anil Sachidanand said theT.....»»

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IDP Education to organize "Australian Education Fair" across 14 Indian cities

[India], Jan.19 (ANI): IDP Education India, a leading student placement service provider, will be organising education fairs in 14 Indian cities for students aspiring to pursue higher education in Australia.Scheduled to take place from January 22 till February 9, the fairs will bring together prominent universities and educational institutes from Australia under one roof.The fairs will kick start .....»»

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Panneerselvam to meet Modi today on Jallikattu issue

Amid protests across the state to lift the ban on Jallikattu, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam said he would discuss the promulgation of an ordinance to conduct the sport with the prime minister.Panneerselvam assured the protesters that he would meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday to ask for immediate action on bringing the ordinance. Protesters in various districts, however, vo.....»»

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Two ailing elephant calves die

Two wild elephant calves that were ailing succumbed to injuries in forest ranges of Periyanaickenpalayam and Mettupalayam in Coimbatore on Wednesday. In the first incident, a male calf, aged around o........»»

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AIADMK MLA quits party to support Deepa

Former Coimbatore urban district secretary of AIADMK and MLA T. Malaravan quit the party to extend support to Jayalalithaa’s niece J. Deepa. In a press meet at his residence on Wednesday, he said tha........»»

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"Jallikattu" stir spreads across TN, CM to meet PM tomorrow

Thousands of students today gathered on the sands of Marina here as protests demanding lifting of the ban on bull-taming sport jallikattu snowballed across Tamil Nadu.Faced with mounting anger on the streets, the top brass of the state government got into a huddle as Chief Minister O Panneerselvam decided to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi tomorrow seeking an ordinance for conduct of the age-old.....»»

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Youth protests for Jallikattu swells

For the second day in a row, youths have gathered at Marina Beach in Chennai. Tamukkam Grounds in Madurai, VOC Grounds in Coimbatore, and arterial roads of Tamil Nadu cities are witnessing a sea of humanity in support of the traditional bull taming sport......»»

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Coimbatore college students hold protest rally against ban on Jallikattu

It is probably for the first time in many years that Coimbatore has witnessed young volunteers from colleges across the city unite to press for their demand to lift the ban on Jallikattu.These student........»»

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