Tamil Nadu

Instability in Tamil Nadu: BJP is the third at a table for two

R Sridhar Rao

The ADMK caught in the maelstrom of its warring factions has left the state without decisive leadership and allowed the BJP to take control. This political manoeuvring is a cause of much worry for the common Tamilian who has prospered because of the stability bipartisan politics brought them
R Sridhar Rao Nagapattinam

AIADMK factions get new name and symbols for RK Nagar bypoll

Chennai:  On a day of fast paced developments following the freezing of the most, popular Two Leaves' symbol of the faction-ridden AIADMK, and the two warring factions getting new party name a

The sun sets for Sasikala?

Hardnews Bureau

The Supreme Court verdict convicting Chinamma also vindicates the cautious approach taken by Governor Vidyasagar Rao throughout the episode
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

After Jallikattu, Karnataka wants Kambala to be legalised

Hardnews Bureau

With the state set to go to polls next year, the Congress government cannot afford to alienate the masses by not opposing the ban on the traditional sport
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

SC to hear Jallikattu pleas on Jan 31

New Delhi:  The Supreme Court today said it will hear all petitions in connection with the bull taming sport Jallikattu on January 31.

Jalikattu: The Binaries in Tamil Culture

The peaceful protests that have engulfed parts of Tamil Nadu are not only about Jalikattu, but problems that have plagued the Tamil psyche knowingly or unknowingly for a long time
Ratna Raman Delhi

Jallikattu: Centre hopes to tame crisis by today or tomorrow

Truckers, actors and advocates join protests to demand lifting of ban on Jallikattu
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Stalin, Kanimozhi held for rail roko on Jallikattu

Chennai: Scores of DMK workers, including party Working President and Opposition leader M K Stalin, and senior leaders were arrested across the State when they staged a rail roko agitation in suppo

Protests continue over Jallikattu in TN, Panneerselvam meets Modi

Hardnews Bureau

For the third day today, the protests by the students and youths, which has turned into a mass movement across Tamil Nadu demanding lifting the ban on Jallikattu continued non-stop, even as Chief M

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