- Prof. S.F.N.Chelliah
On 28th September 2013 Dr. K.Veeramani, President, Dravidar Kazhagam (DK) was travelling in a van to attend the open air conference to be held in Virudhachalam. When the van was in the western side of Palakarai at 08-20 p.m. a crowd of about 30 persons came shouting slogans ‘Down, down Veeramani’ with sticks, iron rods and wooden clubs. They started attacking the van with those weapons.
The Central Government filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court on 16th September 2013 stating that there was no need either for a study of Adam’s Bridge by the Archaeological Survey of India or for the declaration of Adam’s Bridge a national monument. Further, the Central Government sought the permission of the Supreme Court to implement the Sethu Samudram Project through the original alignment No.6 cutting across the Adam’s Bridge.
THE WHOLE NATION IN THE GRIP OF A HOAX PLAYED BY A 'GOD-MAN'S DREAM'!
Is this the way 'developing scientific temper' enshrined the Constitution regarded?
It is one of the strangest of ironies and a very painful development that even the Supreme Court is lmaintaining a platonic silence getting away saying that it cannot interfere in this matter.
- Palany. Arangasamy
Thanthai Periyar no longer needs an introduction in various European countries and also in the United States of America. More familiar his memory is in South-east Asia especially in Malaysia, Singapore and Burma. A day has come for the image of Periyar to spread and his policies to be disseminated in Western Africa and in Emirates of Arabia. One who had taken that pride of Globalising Periyar and carrying Periyarism is none other than Mr. V. Anburaj, General Secretary, Dravidar Kazhagam.
- N. R. Krishnan
Indians are strong believers in astrology and superstition and their political masters are no exception. Newly elected governments take the oath of office on auspicious days and at the time chosen by astrologers. Once they assume office, ministers choose their rooms in the Secretariat after conducting due diligence of the rooms’ co-ordinates and history, notably, the length of stay of the previous occupants. They change the paint on the wall, drapery and upholstery and rearrange furniture as directed by their spiritual gurus.