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The first citizen leads upfront…

Governor Banwarilal Purohit has been breathing fresh air into the Raj Bhavan. Purohit is multi-faceted: an active politician, he was a member of the Maharashtra Assembly, Minister and Member of Parliament for three terms and a media magnate. He acquired Hitavada, the 1908-established English daily, widely circulated in Central India.

Terrific Tamil Nadu

Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy announced in quick succession several fresh investments. This augured well for the second Global Investors’ Meet (GIM). These investments covered a vast range of industries: from a new refinery and petrochemicals project to automobiles, cell phones and glass. The second GIM is expected to attract much more

First word

We have had a fascinating experience in coming out with this issue. Over the last three months, as Team IE visited several parts of Tamil Nadu meeting political leaders, champion administrators, business honchos and academia dons, we realised how rich, vibrant and diversified a state we are. A very silent

TAMIL NADU THE AGITATION STATE OF INDIA?

When I came to the profession of journalism in the early 1960s, West Bengal was among preferred destinations for locating industries. Thanks to the minerals-rich eastern region, the first two steel plants of the House of Tatas and IISCO set up decades ago helped feed hundreds of engineering units. Registered

A SHOW OF STRENGTH

On all accounts organising the Defence Expo in Tamil Nadu is a landmark event. Over 500 Indian companies and more than 150 foreign companies attended. From earlier practices of exhibiting defence products from developed countries, Defexpo 18 show called India’s manufacturing capabilities. Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman deserves commendation for her initiative

And there is nothing personal about it.

He has finally done it. Jumped into politics: hook, line, and sinker. The master actor, the Nayagan of Kollywood, Kamal Haasan, has in one sense done the unthinkable. At the other end, the other man, the one they call the superstar, Rajinikanth, continues to mouth vague inanities that you can

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