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Tamilnadu government shuts down malls, theaters after Coronavirus Pandemic until March 31st

The Tamil Nadu government issued an official order confirming the shut down of malls, theaters and mass public gatherings in 16 districts of the state until March 31st due to the key developments in the global Coronavirus outbreak, which has taken several lives across the globe.

16 districts including Coimbatore, Kanyakumari, Theni, Tiruppur, Nilgiris, Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri, Tirunelveli, Hosur, Tenkasi, Tiruvallur, Vellore, Tirupattur, Ranipet, Erode, Dindigul and Virudhu Nagar which share borders with neighboring states such as Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh will be closed till March 31.

Meanwhile, the state government is monitoring the situation in other districts as well and a full state emergency is also being considered according to sources close to senior officials.

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Controversy against Prime Minister, Home Minister; Case against Nellai Kannan

A case has been registered against nellai Kannan as he has controversially spoken against Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.

The protest was held on behalf of the Islamic Organization condemning the Indian Citizenship Amendment Act. Nellai Kannan, the stage speaker, and the panel moderator attended. When he spoke, he was said to have been controversial against Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. 

He said that he had spoken out in order to disrupt the silence. A complaint was lodged with the police.

The police have registered a case against nellai Kannan under three categories, including rioting and agitating people. They are continuing to investigate.

Vote count: Election Commission’s action is satisfactory – Highcourt opinion

The Election Commission of India is satisfied with the move by the Election Commission for the local body polls.

Voting for rural local bodies in Tamil Nadu takes place on January 2. The state election commission has taken no action despite complaints that the ruling party has been abusing it during the election.

It is the duty of the State Election Commission to keep the ballot boxes secure and to conduct honest and fair ballots.

When the votes for the four posts are placed in the same box as a Panchayat Member, Panchayat Chief, Panchayat Union Member and District Panchayat member, the Election Commission should be strictly adhered to in order to ensure that there are no irregularities.

The police must be ordered to provide adequate security to the centers where the ballot boxes will be placed until the ballot count is completed. The surveillance camera must monitor all procedures, such as ballot counting and security, and record video of each ballot.

It was stated as such.

Similarly, many people, including Geeta, have filed petitions.

All these petitions were heard before Justice V.Pariban. DMK Senior advocate NR Elango, Congress lawyer Suryaprakasam and other petitioners appeared on behalf of Selvaraj.

Senior advocate ARL Sundaresan, appearing for the State Election Commission, said, ‘The video is recorded throughout the vote count. All the necessary arrangements for the counting of votes have been taken according to the rules of the election. Therefore, petitioners need not fear. There is no place in the election rules for recording and broadcasting each ballot. ”

Additional Attorney General SR Rajagopal, appearing on behalf of the police, said that all security measures have been taken to ensure that the voter turnout is smooth.

Additional Advocate General Narmada Sampath, appearing on behalf of the collectors, district election officials, said, “The process of election throughout India is going to be followed by local elections. The petitioner’s demands are already in effect.

After recording these, the judge ordered the closing of all petitions. Moreover, the judge in his order said, “The measures taken by the Election Commission to conduct the ballot count fairly and fairly are satisfactory. It is hoped that the officers appointed for the election will follow the rules of the Election Commission.

Voting for the second phase of polling for rural localities in Tamil Nadu Begins;

Elections to fill 91 thousand 975 vacant posts in rural local bodies, excluding 10 districts, including Chennai, will be held in two phases, the State Election Commission announced today.

Accordingly, the first election for 45 thousand 336 seats was held on the 27th of last month. Of the 24 thousand 680 polling stations, 76.19 percent of the votes were cast.

At this stage, the second phase of the elections for 46 thousand 639 positions began today (Monday) at 7 am. Polling began at 7 am and continues till 5 pm.

There is also re-election in the local electorate during the local elections.

Around 61,000 police personnel have been deployed in the security forces since the second phase.

After the election, ballots are to be taken to voting centers with strong police protection. The second phase of polling will be held in 310 polling stations on Thursday. 

The second phase of the local government elections in Tamil Nadu will be held tomorrow for 46 thousand posts.

In Tamil Nadu, it has been decided to hold elections to rural localities in two phases. Accordingly, the first elections were held on the 27th.

Out of the 91 thousand 975 positions, 45 thousand 336 have been cast for the first phase.

Four thousand 700 Grama Panchayat leaders, 37 thousand 830 Panchayat ward members, 2 thousand 646 panchayat union wards members and 260 district panchayat members have completed the first phase of the election.

The second phase of elections will be held tomorrow. The ballot is due tomorrow to select 46 thousand 639 positions. Elections are held in 158 panchayat unions. Elections will be held for 38 thousand 916 panchayat wards, 4 thousand 924 panchayat leaders, 2 thousand 544 panchayat union members, and 255 district panchayat members.

The publicity of the campaign ended at 5 pm yesterday.

Voting for the 2nd phase begins tomorrow at 7 am. Voters can vote at 5pm.

At 5 o’clock the token will be given to those who will be allowed to drive away.

Officials are preparing for phase 2 elections in 27 districts, excluding Chennai, Kanchipuram, Chengalpattu, Vellore, Tiruppattur, Ranipettai, Villupuram, Kallakurichi, Paddy and Tenkasi.

Over 61,000 policemen have been deployed for the security of tomorrow’s election. 1,551 polls were found to be tense.

Webcams are fitted with these ballots. Officials have also arranged to directly monitor the driving record at these polling booths.

In the first round of voting, the boxes were placed in 315 centers with strong security. Ballot boxes reported for the 2nd phase of the election will be taken to these centers tomorrow night.

DMK chief Stalin flew to Ranchi to attend Hemant Soren’s swearing-in ceremony as Jharkhand’s first chief minister;

The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha-Congress coalition candidates won more seats than the 81-seat Jharkhand assembly polls. Jharkhand Mukti Morcha party leader and former first minister Hemant Soren won the highest number of votes in both the constituencies.

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha Party leader Hemant Soren has filed a letter of support for the 50 MLAs after meeting state governor Draupadi Murmu, demanding the right to rule in Jharkhand.

Meanwhile, Hemant Soren will be sworn in as the 11th Chief Minister of Jharkhand today. 

In this backdrop, the Jharkhand state chief minister has been asked to attend the swearing-in ceremony. Chairman MK Stalin left for Ranchi by air this morning.  Dr. Balu and Kanimozhi also went to the festival.

Star hotels are prohibited from celebrating New Year’s Evening at 1 pm- Chennai Police;

The English year 2019 is coming to an end and the new year 2020 is due on January 1st. People are getting ready to welcome the New Year. Special prayers will be held in the churches for this purpose. Special rituals will be held in many Hindu temples.

Similarly, a large number of civilians are starting to accumulate overnight at Marina Beach. At 12 o’clock in the morning at Marina Beach, a crowd gathers to cut cake, crackers, fly balloons and welcome the New Year. They will also congratulate the New Year on their friends and phone.

Apart from this, New Year’s Evening Will also be celebrated in various places on the star hotels and on the East Coast Road in Chennai. New Year’s Evening Celebrations

The police have been forced to make safety arrangements throughout the city in order to avoid any untoward incidents and damage to law and order.
In the meantime, the Chennai Police has issued various restrictions on the star and amusement park for the New Year.

In a statement issued by the police, the star hotels have been banned from celebrating New Year’s Evening at 1 pm.

The shooting of Vijay and Ajith is going on actively.

Vijay is yet to name the film this is the 64th film for Vijay. The shooting, which started in Delhi, was later shifted to a school in Poonamallee, Chennai.

The film is currently being filmed in Shimoga Prison in Karnataka. With Vijay as the heroine, Malavika Mohanan, Sanjiv, Sreeman, Andrea, Ramya, and others. Currently, Vijay Sethupathi has joined the shoot.

Thousands of Vijay fans greeted him. This video is spreading on the social website. Vijay’s film is directed by Lokesh Kanakaraj. The screening is due in April next year.

Ajith has named the film Valimai. Vinod is directing. Made by Bonikapur. The shooting took place at Ramoji Rao Film City in Hyderabad. Currently, the second phase of the shooting has been moved to a studio in Chennai. They set up large halls and shoot.