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G Palanithurai

G Palanithurai

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Infinite Vision

28 Jun 2019 4:33 PM GMT
Combining social service with business in a sustainable manner, social entrepreneurship models are a huge plus for society in contemporary times

Elections in hindsight

29 May 2019 4:45 PM GMT
People’s mandate unravels realities that landed BJP a landslide victory despite hiccups

Empowering people

16 April 2019 4:29 PM GMT
Congress aspires to deliver on the national stage riding on a people-centric manifesto

Rule of lawlessness

10 April 2019 3:38 PM GMT
The horrific sexual exploitation racket of Pollachi has exposed the rot pervasive through Tamil Nadu’s governance and administration

Neo-Gandhians in Action

29 March 2019 3:31 PM GMT
Youth groups from difficult backgrounds are transforming the rural narrative by practising the Gandhian way of life

A new paradigm of 'Sarkar'

13 March 2019 5:16 PM GMT
The controversy-plagued Tamil movie attacks the unethical electoral practices prevalent in society

Neoteric political paradigm

7 March 2019 5:37 PM GMT
As the Lok Sabha elections approach, both the Dravidian parties face novel challenges with dissenting youth pivotal to the upcoming mandate

Localised disaster preparedness

4 Jan 2019 1:24 PM GMT
Presence of local bodies is paramount to the effective management of catastrophes, ensuring proactive disaster preparedness and facilitating public participation

Liberate India's farmers

5 Dec 2018 2:31 PM GMT
A range of government bodies can be blamed for shackling rural India where the autonomy of farmers has been lost to mindless money-mongers

A feeble scenario

18 Oct 2018 4:34 PM GMT
There is lingering concern over the sharp turn of events in the political environment of Tamil Nadu

Accreditation for political parties

30 Sep 2018 4:46 PM GMT
India is a fast-growing economy with a regressive democracy as money consistently defines the lines of party politics

Will TN's binary politics end?

19 Aug 2018 3:50 PM GMT
The death of M. Karunanidhi marks a turning point in Dravidian politics.
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