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Tasks for the new government Fanciful Rao and tech-savvy Naidu Of development and welfare Strike over salary hike Waste disposal model City of foaming lakes and fire Come to Tamil Nadu where the action is... Bifurcation yet to end water wars Benevolent businessthan... Info-Park, more space Stirring the political cauldron Flurry of collaborations inked by AP Infra boost to the new capital Global meets galore Nod to cow slaughter bill State of the States MCL has a taste of judicial activism! A blueprint for the future ‘E’ for enterprise When business flocks to MP... AP in better shape Illegal mining of sand Bhubaneswar IIT cries for completion MOUs worth Rs.10.54 lakh crore signed Homestays, a budding tourism industry A year of Telangana States - Odisha A neta at it again! Land scams rock AP & TS States Roundup Enchanting and enterprising Tamil Nadu It’s Karnataka chalo for Amit Shah? Why the Congress won in Karnataka TN can leverage NLC’s strengths... Pioneering education model Power for all Oh, la la. States - Kerala Launch of ins vikrant, India’s first indigenous aircraft carrier Industrial corridors to boost economy A giant push for millets Monsoon fury CII to set up tourism bureaus Bus services hit Green crimes galore Divide & Prosper Bringing magic of Rajasthan alive Enticing pest traps TN to suffer serious loss Vedanta to close Lanjigarh refinery Kochi Metro Rail Project It indeed is attractive for investments State Forward Development depends on land availability... Deputy Collector Sindhu! An industrious idea Municipal Elections Global Investors Meet Post Poned Inter-State boundary Infrastructure to the FORE Wouldn’t the Mahatma like clean restrooms in our cities! KNPP with the grid Lingayats get a reminder: it’s poll time Time to wake up Leaky old lorries, mini cabs for techies... Mango Diplomacy Thalaivaa Technology has raised the bar... Hype on Hyperloop Reducing carbon footprint... Miners asked to pay more TN to suffer serious loss Competing for good: Tale of two states SIPB clears big proposals With agriculture at its heart... Winds of change... KCR’s I-day bonanza Promise of a productive year State under siege KTR releases Annual Report Land acquisition policy is ahead of national policy... More government apps ODISHA Doubling production and tripling farmers’ income... All these happened in TN…
 
State under siege

The opposition party in Kerala, the LDF, has been demanding the resignation of Kerala Chief Minister Oomen Chandi in the wake of multi-crore solar panel scam. Thousands of workers gathered around the secretariat and disrupted activities.

The CM has requested the Union Ministry to dispatch paramilitary force to take on the LDF’s blockade. Chief minister Oomen Chandy’s decision to call central forces did not go well with his own party, where the CM himself made it clear that the decision was taken without discussing with the party. The result of the siege was judicial enquiry into the solar scam. The siege brought the capital city to a stand-still and ended after 29 hours.

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