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Cabinet approves allocation of funds for industrial expansion and departmental projects

  • Approval has been given at this meeting for companies that have applied for factory expansion of companies that have already started business in Tamil Nadu.
  • In addition, approval was also given to companies that have volunteered to start businesses based on the recent concessions made by the Government of Tamil Nadu for the production of medical related products.
  • The Cabinet meeting, chaired by Chief Minister MK Stalin, approved the allocation of funds for new factories, factory expansion and projects.
A low-cost smartphone developed by the Geo-Google alliance
  • Reliance Industries chief Mukesh Ambani has announced that the low-cost smartphone 'Geophone Next', a joint venture between Geo and Google, will go on sale in the market from September 10.
  • The Geophone Next, which will go on sale on September 10, will be cheaper not only in India but globally. This initiative of Geo will definitely lead to a turning point in mobile phone usage. 
  • In addition, we will invest Rs 75,000 crore in new energy deals over the next three years.
  • Al-Rumayan, chairman of Saudi Aramco, will also be on the board of directors of Reliance Industries.
National Award for the dissertation of a graduate student of the University of Agriculture
  • The 34th Foundation Day Ceremony of the National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management was recently held online. The National Institute of Agricultural Extension Research Award has been presented by the Institute of Management to identify and promote the outstanding research work done by Indian students in the field of Agricultural Extension Masters and Entrepreneurship.
  • Accordingly, under the guidance of Prof. S. Karthikeyan, Professor, Killikulam Agricultural College, S. Aravindakumar, a postgraduate student in the field of Agricultural Extension and Communication, presented the National Award for Best Practice Appraisal for the Utilization of Application Behavior of Farmers and Agricultural Extension Officers in Tamil Nadu.
Discovery of a stone tool about 7000 years old in Palani, Dindigul district
  • An archeological excavation was carried out on the banks of the Palani Shanmuganathi river. In this study this stone tool was found in a broken condition on the west bank of the river. Further examination of the instrument revealed the presence of Tamil inscriptions.
  • The ancient history of mankind is generally classified as Old Stone Age, Middle Stone Age, New Stone Age and Metal Stone Age. This tool we got belongs to the Neolithic.
  • The Neolithic age in archeology varies from country to country. The New Stone Age in Tamil Nadu is 11700 BC, the end of the Pleistocene period.
  • This is where the first Sangam of Tamil begins. These new Stone Age tools have been used extensively in human and animal hunting. The tool has been used in some other social practices as well.
  • The tool we got is in a very broken state. The tip and back of the stone are broken. The owner must have discarded the tool as it may have been broken during use.
  • What is special about this tool is that it is engraved with ancient Tamil characters. The current weight of the device is 80 grams. The glossy surface of the device has a total of 8 inscriptions. These are Tamil characters. These belong to the ancient Tamil script.
  • Of these, 5 letters are vowels and 3 letters are in the form of kuril and nedil. These are written from left to right.
  • This inscription can be read as "Southern". That is, the name of the owner of the device can be taken as Tennadan. Thus it is the custom of the Tamils ​​to call people by the names of regions.
  • My calling tradition is Western, Northern, Lower and Upland. According to it, the name of the owner of this device is Tennadan. Ivan may have belonged to the South. The writing on this tool goes from left to right.
  • The characters are on average 1 cm high and 0.5 mm deep. These characters are the forerunners of the Sangakkala Tamil script, Tamil.
  • But the kuril and nedil marks are written as separate letters without sticking with the letters like in Tamil.
  • The characters must have been distilled by a world of something particularly sharp, especially copper. The beginning of the characters is clear. But as the metal gradually fades, the letters become distorted.
  • The lifespan of the device can be estimated at about 7000 years. That is, 5000 BC is the period when iron was not in use and copper period and can be calculated in terms of ancient Tamil scripts.
  • According to the 7th century AD literature, the Intermediate period is between 6900 BC and 3200 BC. Therefore the period of this instrument was added to the intermediate period by the above factors.
  • That is to say, the availability of this tool 7000 years ago (predicted around 5000 BC) confirms the universal antiquity of the Tamil language and Tamil script.

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