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Sunday, October 14, 2012

PMK to go it alone in Lok Sabha polls


PMK leader Anbumani Ramadoss.
Refuting allegations that reservation of a Rajya Sabha seat for him was always a prerequisite while the Pattali Makkal Katchi finalised electoral alliances, former Union minister Anbumani Ramadoss said here on Friday that he was prepared to enter the fray in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

He also made it clear that the party would contest the polls alone, as switching of alliance between one Dravidian party and the other in 15 years had severely affected its credibility.

“We have realised it is a mistake, and it has led to our losing the confidence of people. So, we are going alone to win back their confidence. This will help us lead a front in the 2016 Assembly elections,” Dr. Anbumani told The Hindu.

Juvenile Justice Boards exist in all districts, TN informs court


The State government has issued orders for constituting District Child Protection Societies, under the Integrated Child Protection Scheme, in the 32 districts of the State with a post of assistant-cum-data entry operator and data analyst sanctioned among other posts for each facility, the Madras High Court has been informed.
In its counter to a writ petition filed by the Human Rights Advocacy and Research Foundation, Director of Social Defence, AN. Raj Saravanakumar, said that in all the 32 districts, Juvenile Justice Boards (JJBs) and Child Welfare Committees had started functioning.

CM promises to get Cauvery water for Karaikal


Chief Minister N. Rangasamy said that he had impressed upon the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa to ensure the release of Puducherry’s share of Cauvery water to Karaikal region.
Speaking to The Hindu here on Saturday he said his government was on right course to get it share. He explained the requirement of water for the farmers of Karaikal region to start samba cultivation when he met her at New Delhi recently. But the problem was that several part of Delta region in Tamil Nadu were yet to receive Cauvery water. The farmers of the region were also keeping their fingers crossed due to the non arrival of water.

Chief Minister launches several projects


House site pattas for 221 acres in Sholinganallur near here, worth Rs. 1,577 crore, have been distributed to 5,229 beneficiaries.
Chief Minister Jayalalithaa formally launched the distribution of pattas on Friday. The extent of land came under the Natham land tax scheme. It was on completion of survey work in seven villages of the Sholinganallur taluk in Kancheepuram district that the distribution had been made, according to an official release.
The Chief Minister also kick-started several other projects, worth around Rs. 24 crore, and laid the foundation stone, through video-conferencing, for Rs.103.4-crore integrated complex in Tirupur.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Veerapandi Arumugam’s detention under Goondas Act set aside


Former DMK Minister Veerapandi S. Arumugam. File Photo
The Madras High Court on Friday set aside the detention of the former DMK Minister, Veerapandi S.Arumugam, and two others, including his political personal assistant, under the Goondas Act. The former Minister had been lodged in the Central Prison, Vellore.
In its nearly 90-page common order, a Division Bench comprising Justices K.N.Basha and N.Paul Vasanthakumar said it came to the irresistible conclusion that all the grounds raised by the detenus were sustainable.

Habeas Corpus Petitions were filed seeking to quash the orders of detention of Mr.Veerapandi Arumugam, his political PA, Gowsiga Boopathy, and Parapatty Suresh alias Sureshkumar, an advocate, under the Goondas Act and set them at liberty. They were detained on the Salem Police Commissioner’s orders. The main basis for passing the detention order related to land grabbing in Angammal Colony in Salem city and other places. While Mr.Arumugam was detained on June 18, Mr.Suresh and Mr.Gowsiga Boopathy were detained on January 28 and February 28 this year.

The way Karnataka releases water not justified, says SC


The Supreme Court on Friday disapproved the action of the Karnataka government in releasing 3,000 cusecs to Tamil Nadu on some days and increasing the quantity over and above the stipulated 9,000 cusecs on some other days.
A Bench of Justices D.K. Jain on September 28 directed Karnataka to comply with the direction issued by the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, heading the Cauvery River Authority, to release 9,000 cusecs of water daily to Tamil Nadu from September 20 to October 15.
The Bench was hearing applications by Tamil Nadu to direct Karnataka to release 2 tmcft of water daily for 24 days till the onset of the northeast monsoon and Karnataka seeking modification of the September 28 order.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Want to be a teacher? Excel in class XII

Now, a candidate’s marks, beginning from higher secondary level, will be considered for recruitment of secondary grade teachers and graduate assistants — Photo: R. Ragu
Aspiring teachers in the State will now have to start planning their careers quite early.
With the recently revised system of weightage, a candidate’s marks, beginning from the higher secondary level, will now be taken into account for selection and recruitment of secondary grade teachers and graduate assistants.
According a recent government order issued by the School Education Department, weightage will be given to an individual’s academic qualification in class XII, her diploma in teacher education (D.T.Ed), her degree, B.Ed and her teacher eligibility test (TET) score.

Vaiko, MDMK workers arrested for trying to picket NLC office


MDMK leader Vaiko. File photo
MDMK leader Vaiko was arrested here on Friday when he and party workers tried to picket the Neyveli Lignite Corporation office here, demanding that the public sector unit stop power supply to Karnataka, which has stopped release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu.

Police said Mr. Vaiko and about 1000 party workers took out a procession and were arrested while on their way to the NLC office.

Speaking to reporters later, Mr. Vaiko slammed Karnataka for not releasing the required quantum of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu as per the September 19 directive of the Cauvery River Authority (CRA), which was upheld by the Supreme Court.

Release 8.85 tmcft of water to TN: panel


Members of the Cauvery Monitoring Committee meet in New Delhi on Thursday. Photo courtesy: DIPR
The Cauvery Monitoring Committee (CMC), at a meeting on Thursday, ordered Karnataka to release a further 8.85 tmcft of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu from October 16 to 31.
According to sources present at the meeting, the CMC said this quantum could come from reservoirs or the immediate catchments below the reservoirs and above Biligundlu (Karnataka’s border with Tamil Nadu).
The CMC considered a report of the Central team that visited both States to assess the condition of crops and water availability.