Chennai News Live Updates: Madras HC denies bail to LTTE men – The Indian Express

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Chennai news live updates, October 7, 2022: Shashi Tharoor paid homage to former Chief Minister of the Madras State K Kamaraj at his memorial in Chennai . Tharoor also addressed the press gathering on the Congress Presidential elections.

The Madras High Court has refused bail to two persons, said to be the members of the banned organisation LTTE, who attempted to loot Rs 40 crore lying idle in the savings bank account of a dead man. Justices P N Prakash and RMT Teekaa Raman, who refused bail to T Keeniston Fernando and K Baskaran, also upheld their extension of detention under various Acts of the land, recently.

The Tamil Nadu Tribal People Association on Thursday requested the Tamil Nadu government to reopen all the three ‘National Child Labour Special Schools’ located in tribal areas in the district. Association state committee member V P Gunasekaran in a release said the special schools at Agnipavi tribal area in Anthiyur forest, Vilankombai and Dhodda Kombai tribal areas in Sathyamangalam Forest were closed some months back. He appealed to the Director of State’s Tribal Welfare Department to look into the issue.

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