Is TN blowing Vishwaroopam issue out of proportion?

GN Bureau | January 30, 2013



Even after the madra high court stayed the Tamil Nadu government's order to ban Kamal Haasan's 'Vishwaroopam', the state government is hell-bent to stop the new film. Today it filed an appeal against the interim order of the high court. The state government seems to have created a controversy where none might have existed and now blowing it out of proportion.

 

Comments

 

Other News

Leaked data is not ours, claims IRCTC

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) rebuked the allegations of the Maharashtra cyber crime cell regarding the leak of user profile data of at least one crore people from its website. The IRCTC clarified that the data allegedly leaked did not belong to their website.  

Manipur tops in preventing crime and maintaining law & order, Haryana at the bottom

The Public Affairs Centre, a not for profit organisation, assessed states and union territories using data available in the public domain in key areas of governance and came out with ‘Public Affairs Index’, presenting an inter-state comparison. The states were compared on 10 areas each and were

Drug regulatory structure is not sound: Whistleblower, Dinesh Thakur

Dinesh Thakur, 48, first hit headlines in May 2013, when his campaign against his former employer Ranbaxy’s unsafe practices and lax quality control in its US facilities concluded successfully: the drug-maker was forced to pay $500 million to the authorities. Thakur, as the whistleblower in the c

Giving people’s money back to them to spend on their own

AAP’s original concept of mohalla sabha has undergone some changes this year. Atishi Marlena, who is advisor to the deputy CM and is spearheading the initiative, talks about the emergence of a new brand of grassroot politics and reaching out to people through mohallas across the city.

Pause before you pop, it may be spurious

Indu Gilra, a retired teacher in her seventies living in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad in the national capital region (NCR), would often pop a tablet of Combiflam at the slightest hint of body ache. Since it’s an over-the-counter medicine, she could purchase it anywhere and it had always worked. One day, ho

Direct democracy dobara in Delhi

Installation of CCTV cameras. Setting up of a library. Putting up streetlights. Setting up of Mother Dairy booths. Opening of dispensaries.   These were some of the basic demands that had emerged when the Delhi government last year went to the people to hear from them their n

Current Issue

Opinion

Facebook    Twitter    Google Plus    Linkedin    Subscribe Newsletter

Twitter