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India

  • Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in Delhi

    New Delhi, Nov 29 (): Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will be in India for a one-day visit Monday ahead of President Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to the country in December. Lavrov will meet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna. Bilateral relations have blossomed in recent years, with India being one of…

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  • Sri Lankan Tamils face innumerable hardships, says Karunanidhi

    Chennai, Nov 26 (): Chief Minister and DMK party leader Mr.M.Karunanidhi has urged the external Affairs Minister S.M.Krishna to take steps to discuss the issues to find solutions for the welfare and rightful living of Sri Lankan Tamils. He stated that the Sri Lankan Tamilians are facing untold miseries and innumerable hardships and his discussion with…

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  • Three IDIOTS of Indian Democracy

    By this headline if you recall a movie title, that is a coincidence, but if you are reminded about the three pillars of democracy your concurrence is exposed. We wish, the Parliament, the Executive and the Judiciary cannot be described so shabbily. It will be viewed as a slanderous campaign. However if anyone still thinks…

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  • Rise of Mamata Banerjee strengthens integration of Nationalities

    The recent success of Trinamool Congress in civic elections in west Bengal is a good sign for Indian democracy and signals the resurrection of Bengali Nationalism The power hungry ruling class , the greedy corporate and the business minded media in India have a common habit of chanting a mantra called National Integration. Although they…

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  • Jeghat Gaspar calls for engaging all to achieve Ealem

    Father Jeghat Gaspar, the founder of Tamil Maiyam called for a new dialogue and for preparing a new road map to help the Tamil people of war affected Srilanka. He was addressing a meeting on 17.05.2010 organised by “NAAM” a social movement at Chennai on the occasion of first anniversary of Genocide in Srilanka. The…

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  • Resolutions on 18 May- International day of War Crimes

    “NAAM” a movement dedicated to the progress of Tamils organised a meeting on 17.05.2010 at T.Nagar, Chennai to commemorate the genocide of 20,000 people on a single day on 17.05.2009 by the Srilankan army and Sinhala criminals. Meetings were organised by many other movements throughout Tamil Nadu for the same purpose. People expect that United…

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  • New Building for Tamil nadu Legislative Assembly

    A modern building for Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly. A magnificiant landmark to Chennai. A great achivement to the Tamil Nadu PWD Buildings organisation. A dream project of the Chief Minister M.Karunanithi The new building for Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly was inaugurated by Prime Minister Dr.Manmohan Singh at Chennai on March 13. The grand function was…

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  • Gujarat Mass Murder – Demand justice on the 8th anniversary

    நெற்றிக்கண் திறப்பினும் குற்றம் குற்றமே “Even if you show your third eye, a mistake is always a mistake” says Nakkirar, a medieval Tamil poet,  against Lord Shiva,  to emphasize that the truth is to be told with utmost courage even if the contender is Almighty with full of anger! Most of the best men the world has…

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  • Conflicting conscience of Khan

    Casting aspersion on the loyalty of Indian Muslim is a conspiracy initiated by RSS which has now reached Shah Rukh Khan through Shiv Sena. But Mumbaikars have a genuine reason to protest when 26/11 is sidelined and 9/11 is highlighted. Shah Rukh Khan is an Indian actor to the rest of the world. He is…

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  • Death of a Salesman – Jyoti Basu

    Note: “Death of a Salesman” is the title of a play by the radical humanist American playwright Arthur Miller “Outside the hall there were members of an organisation called the Indian Progressive Study Group. They were handing out free pamphlets with a bold front page slogan bannered in red exhorting readers to: Expose and denounce…

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