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Tamil Nadu ranks first in blood marriages

  • Men and women with blood ties are more likely to have children born to them with birth defects, anemia or genetic problems when they get married. Yet blood relationship marriages are on the rise in the southern states. Karnataka ranks 2nd in these blood relationship marriages.
  • According to a study conducted by the National Family Health Organization, 27 per cent of people in Karnataka marry by blood relationship. In Karnataka, 9.6 per cent of women are married by paternal blood and 13.9 per cent by maternal blood.
  • It is also said that these blood relations cause some problems for the children born to them through marriages. Tamil Nadu ranks first in blood marriages in the South. That means 28 percent of blood relationship marriages happen there.
  • Andhra Pradesh accounts for 26 per cent, Pondicherry for 19 per cent and Telangana for 18 per cent. 
Power to the Government to appoint a Vice-Chancellor for the MGR Medical University - Introduction of the Bill in the Legislature
  • When appointing the Vice Chancellors of the Universities in Tamil Nadu, there was a practice of appointing the Vice Chancellor of the Universities as per the recommendation of the State Government.
  • In this case, there is a recent practice of appointing deputies directly by the governor. There is strong opposition to this on behalf of the state government. In neighboring states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Gujarat, the power to appoint deputies rests with the state government.
  • In view of this, amendments are being made in the University Laws to give the Government the power to appoint University Vice-Chancellors in Tamil Nadu as well. Accordingly, the laws of 13 universities, including the University of Chennai, were amended and introduced in the Legislative Assembly by the Minister of Higher Education K. Ponmudi.
  • Following this, Law Minister S. Raghupathi introduced the draft law giving the power to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the Ambedkar Law University to the Government of Tamil Nadu.
  • In this context, Minister Ma Subramaniam yesterday introduced a bill in the Legislative Assembly authorizing the Government of Tamil Nadu to appoint the Vice Chancellor of the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University.
Cooperative legislation
  • Legislation was introduced to ensure the proper governance of the co-operative societies and thereby to protect the public interest and to provide for systematic control and oversight.
  • Similarly, Minister I. Periyasamy introduced in the Legislature a bill to take action against outsiders who are complicit in the management or staff of the Co-operative Society, based on complaints received after the tenure of the Co-operative Society regarding manipulation and fraudulent withholding of money.
Discovery of iron ore in Tamil Nadu excavations 4,200 years ago - Chief Stalin
  • Memorandums of Understanding have been signed with reputed companies to study the archeology available in the excavations. In such a scientific study, the Sivagangai district, in the analysis of the soil samples collected in the alphabet near the bottom, found evidence of paddy cultivation there.
  • A study of soil samples collected in the Shiva habitat area of ​​Duathukudi district revealed that fresh water had gone into the brick drain that carried the water there and that the water was brought from the reservoir.
  • Last year, excavations were carried out at Mayiladuthurai, Krishnagiri district. The two organic samples collected here were sent to a 'beta' laboratory in the US state of Florida.
  • The chronological results of that analysis are currently being obtained. Their central measurement periods are dated to 1615 BC and 2172 BC, respectively.
  • In this way, the use of iron in Tamil Nadu is confirmed to have existed 4,200 years ago. It was only after the human race began to realize the usefulness of iron that the tendency to destroy dense forests and engage in agriculture developed.
  • In that sense, there is a clear answer to the question of when the agricultural community started in Tamil Nadu. Chronological calculations have been made so far in 28 places, including Karnataka, where the Iron Age culture existed in India.
  • The results of the Mayiladuthurai study that are currently available are 4,200 years old, which is good news for all of us. Similarly, black-and-red pottery, dating back to 4,200 years ago, can be traced back to the late Neolithic.
  • This year the city of Kerala; The headland of Karnataka; Vengi of Andhra Pradesh; In the Balur areas of Odisha, excavations will be carried out. The forensic survey is set to begin this month, as the first phase of a deep-sea survey of the duty-bound port of Korkai.
  • From this year onwards, the Archaeological Survey of Tamil Nadu will undertake a research project comparing the symbols found on numerous pottery tiles found in Tamil Nadu with the Indus Valley Civilization inscriptions.
  • It is the chief duty of our Government to establish the scientific way, based on the evidence, that the history of the Indian subcontinent should no longer be written from the Tamil landscape.
  • In conclusion, the use of iron in Tamil Nadu dates back to 4,200 years, according to the Mayiladuthurai study. This is something we are all proud of. Thus said the Chief Minister.
Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa resigns
  • Riots erupted across the country following the assassination hysteria by supporters of Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse over protesters against the Sri Lankan government. Of these, 130 were injured. A nationwide curfew has been imposed to bring the situation under control.
  • To assist the police, the army field has been lowered. Mahinda Rajapaksa, 76, resigned as prime minister after the situation escalated. 
Abolition of imprisonment using Section 142 of the Special Powers granted to the Supreme Court in the Pokcho case
  • Dantapani hails from Pichambalayam Puthur area of ​​Tirupur district. He has been living with his own sister marrying a 14-year-old girl. Due to this, the girl gave birth to children between the ages of 15 and 17. On his way to the hospital, Dantapani was booked by the police under the Pokcho Act.
  • Dantapani married the girl when she turned 18 years old. But the lower court sentenced him to 10 years in prison under the Pokோmon Act. The Chennai High Court also upheld the order.
  • Dantapani's side appealed to the Supreme Court. Following this, the judges ruled, "Although Dandapani was wrong in this matter, he did not want to create trouble in a happy family as he was told that his marital life with the victim was going smoothly and happily at the present stage."
  • In this case we rescind the imprisonment imposed on Dantapani using Section-142 of the Special Powers granted to the Supreme Court of the Constitution.
  • At the same time Dantapani should take good care of the woman involved. The judges concluded the case by saying, "If he fails to do so, the girl or the Tamil Nadu police will go to court and the verdict will be reversed."
Solar Power Corporation of India has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Union Ministry of Home Affairs to fit roofing panels
  • The Solar Power Generation Corporation of India has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Union Home Ministry for rooftop solar power generation at the Central Armed Police Force and National Security Forces premises.
  • Union Home Secretary Mr. Ajay Kumar Palla, Central New and Renewable Energy Secretary Mr. Hindu Sehgar Chaturvedi were also present on the occasion. The agreement is the first step in the process of providing green energy to the country's security forces.

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