Chennai News Live: Amit Shah’s Hindi pitch against integrity, pluralism, says Chief Minister M K Stalin – The Indian Express

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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin (File)

Tamil Nadu, Chennai News Live Updates: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin on Friday said Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s thrust on Hindi went against India’s ‘integrity and pluralism’, and it would not succeed. Reacting to Shah’s statement on April 7 that Hindi should be accepted as an alternative to English and not to local languages, Stalin said it would wreck the nation’s integrity.

A family of four, including two children, fleeing Sri Lanka amid the economic crisis followed by unrest landed at Dhanushkodi in Rameswaram on Friday morning, the police said. According to the cops, fishermen in the area alerted them after they spotted the family and their boat near the shore.

Tamil Nadu government said it is committed to support all the 1,890 medical students, who returned from the war-torn Ukraine, to pursue their studies either in the country or places where the syllabus is similar to the one followed in the eastern European nation, Medical and Family Welfare Minister Ma Subramanian told the Assembly on Friday.

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