In the campaign titled 'We Reject ADMK', DMK flagged issues in sectors like agriculture and education. The polls are likely to be held in April or May 2021
'COVID-19 cluster' at IIT Madras: Over 100 test positive, university issues 'lockdown' till Thursday for students on campus
The Tamil Nadu govt said though the results showed a 20 percent positivity rate, there was no need for concern as measures including aggressive contact testing are in place as per the protocol
The government has denied permission for the yatra which would cover six locations across the state, citing the COVID-19 pandemic situation
Tamil Nadu governor approves Bill providing 7.5% reservation to govt school students in UG medical courses
The Opposition, including the DMK party, had targeted Governor Banwarilal Purohit and the ruling AIADMK government for "delay" in clearing the bill
DMK slams Tamil Nadu govt over delay in bill reserving 7.5% seats in medical courses for govt school students
Chief Minister K Palaniswami, however, underplayed the issue, saying the DMK chief MK Stalin was trying to "derive political mileage" on the quota issue, as Assembly polls are due early next year
The student's death drew sharp responses from the state's parties who are opposed to NEET, and the ruling AIADMK expressed shock over the incident
Tamil Nadu against Centre's decision to conduct NEET exam, says state education minister KA Sengottiyan
Speaking to reporters, Sengottiyan said that Tamil Nadu chief minister K Palaniswami has requested the Centre to exempt students from the state from writing the entrance exam
Tamil Nadu govt asks Centre to continue GST compensation, says state's economy is 'burdened' due to COVID-19
The state govt also urged Centre to expedite the release of Rs 12,258.94 crore, which is its GST arrears since 2018-19 and outstanding Integrated GST of Rs 4,073 crore for 2017-2018 fiscal
The state government has awarded marks to the candidates giving 70 percent weightage for internal marks and 30 percent weightage for previous semester exams
Students who do not have digital devices and internet connectivity to appear for online exams will be given a choice to take exams offline later
The state's higher education department has asked colleges to conduct classes for at least for 450 hours in the current academic year
Tamil Nadu govt extends lockdown till 31 Aug, allows Chennai eateries to begin dine-in services at 50% capacity
The chief minister also extended the shutdown imposed on Sundays, saying intense curbs will be in place on 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 August as well
Tamil Nadu health minister said that the govt was earlier conducting plasma therapy on a trial basis and will set up a few more plasma banks across the state
Tamil Nadu minister KP Anbalagan violates guidelines by holding presser soon after recovering from COVID-19
The minister was discharged on 15 July and held a press conference at Chennai in the evening instead of quarantining himself as per the guidelines issued by the authorities.
TN 12th Results 2020 DECLARED Updates: Girls outperform boys by 5.39%; 92.34% of students clear Plus Two exams
Out of a total of 7,99, 717 students, girls outshone boys with a passing percentage of 94.80 percent as against boys' 89.41 percent.
TN 12th Result 2020 Pass Percentage: 92.34% of students clear Plus Two exams, girls outshine boys yet again
TN 12th Result 2020 Pass Percentage: Girls outshined boys yet again, recording a pass percentage of 94.80 compared to 89.41.
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TN 12th Results 2020 DECLARED: Alternative websites to check if official sites are slow or unresponsive
TN 12th Results 2020 DECLARED: Students need not worry as the result is available on alternative websites as well as via SMS and on an Android app.
DMK leader Kanimozhi asks NHRC to take necessary action against officials responsible for Thoothukudi deaths
Kanimozhi also met the kin of deceased in Thoothukudi and handed over a compensation of Rs 25 lakh, a letter from DMK chief MK Stalin and assured complete support.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Tamil Nadu government allows post-production of films and TV shows from 11 May
Tamil Nadu said post production work including dubbing, re-recording and sound design/mixing can take place with not more than 15 people in studio