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When the President was rendered homeless…

Inviting investments to Tamil Nadu

Global Investors Meet Post Poned

Infrastructure to the FORE

A Fine division of responsibilities

Deming awardees galore!

Ganesh’s mantras

In distant 1967, the state was overawed by the mesmeric power of Kollywood as the fledgling Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (aka DMK) upstaged the Indian National Congress to capture Fort Saint George. And there has been no turning back. Regionalism to the fore The DMK built its strengths on a high pl
March 2017 marked the completion of 50 years of the Dravidian rule in Tamil Nadu. This vibrant youth power began with promise. It focussed on welfare and social equity. The poor and neglected sections rose in the social order. But the government neglected overall development and accentuated caste differences. On the way it also institutionalised corruption and vote bank politics.

In distant 1967, the state was overawed by the mesmeric power of Kollywo

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