Tagged: Jayalalitha

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Tamil Nadu: Teaching in High Decibels & Matured Silence

A State and culture always known for its uniqueness has once again taking its space to express in the national arena with no hesitation. I am constantly watching the Tamil society of India which can...






Ruminations on the Deteriorating Condition of Tamil Nadu Politics 0

Ruminations on the Deteriorating Condition of Tamil Nadu Politics

Two or more group of looters joined in to rob a wealthy house. The thieving groups started fighting with each other and kindly asked the people of the house to keep quiet, since this only...






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2016: A Tale of Twists!

2016 seem to be year which will be never forgotten by the by and large ‘Great Indian Middle Class’ and the ‘economically week’ Indians. There were change in governments and few states continued with their...






TN Elections: Bouncing Back DMK! 2

TN Elections: Bouncing Back DMK!

It was almost decimated few years back. DMK, the first political party from Dravidian ideology since the demise of justice party, faced tough charges five years back. It was not even 5 years back, but...






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Error of Numbers: JAYA HO! Or JAYA GO ?

There is a kind of strange silence being sensed at Poes Garden ( residence of fromer chief minister of Tamil Nadu – Dr. J Jayalalitha) for last few days after the judgment from the Karnataka...






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Is Jaya’s successor More Successful ?

There are no two parties in Tamil Nadu. There are two leaders in Tamil Nadu and two group of peoples following these leaders. Tamil Nadu is a state of Hero or Heroine Worship. Political parties...






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State with No State: Tamil Nadu

‘Poverty is a state of mind’ – is an infamous quote from Rahul Gandhi.  But Tamil Nadu is in which state is not known even to the chief minister of the state. Tamil Nadu’s Amma...






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Tamil Nadu: Non-Active Karunanidhi and Absence of Jaya

  It was the hottest hub of extravagant politics of India. Tamil Nadu, the grand political playground is facing passive situation in the present day. Tamil nadu represents the Dravidian politics in the Indian map...