• Subramainaya Baharathi
    Bharathi the Poet of Tamil Nationalism & Indian Freedom "He who writes poetry is not a poet. He whose poetry has become his life, and who has made his life his poetry - it is he who is a poet." - Bharathy Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathi was born on 11 December 1882 in Ettiyapuram in Tamil Nadu. Bharathi...
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     TAMIL NADU OPEN UNIVERSITY GUINDY, CHENNAI – 600 025 TIME TABLE FOR JULY– 2010 TERM END EXAMINATIONS U.G. PROGRAMMES Time: Fore Noon (F/N) : 10:00 a.m – 01:00 p.m After Noon (A/N) : 02:00 p.m – 05:00 p.m FOUNDATION COURSE– OTHER LANGUAGES COMMON FOR ALL FIRST...
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  • Kongu Gounder
    me to find out, atleast, how the caste I belong to- Kongu Vellalar Gounder (in Tamil Nadu) actually came into existence. The following has been highly drawn from secondary sources. * Gounders! Who are they? The Tamil country was ruled mainly by three dynasties- Pandyas, Cheras and Cholas. During...
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  • rajaraja cholan
    Who is this Raja Raja Cholan (more precisely, Raja Raja Cholan-I)? Readers who are fans of the popular Tamil novelist Kalki may be familiar with his historical novel “Ponniyin Selvan”. That novel is woven around the life of Raja Raja Cholan, also known an Arunmoli. Of course, much of the novel and many...
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  • Intellectual Property Rights
    West Bengal | 2 | Aranmula Kannadi | Handicraft | Kerala | 3 | Pochampalli Ikat | Handicraft | Andhra Pradesh | 4 | Salem Fabric | Handicraft | Tamil Nadu | 5 | Chanderi Fabric | Handicraft | Madhya Pradesh | 6 | Solapur Chaddar | Handicraft | Maharashtra | 7 | Solapur Terry Towel | Handicraft...
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  • Shakti the Power
    people in Tamilnadu and eastern Srilanka have special meaning for it. It is the heart and secret women power because women have special status in the Tamil society. It is found in every drop of female blood. Blood is a center of Shakti. People believe that every type of food we eat turns into blood (1)...
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  • Distance Education Programmes in Tn Universities
    TAMIL NADU STATE COUNCIL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION Distance Education Programmes offered by Tamil Nadu State Universities December 2004 Distance Education Programmes offered by Tamil Nadu State Universities The need for offering of programmes by the universities through means other than the regular...
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  • Teaching
    Structure under CBCS (applicable to the candidates admitted from the academic year 2010 -2011 onwards) Sem. Part Course Language Course – I (LC) – Tamil*/Other Languages +# English Language Course - I (ELC) Core Course – I (CC) - Introduction to Tourism Core Course – II (CC) - Geography of Tourism First...
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  • The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam
    The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam Introduction The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), also known as the Tamil Tigers, are a terrorist organization in Sri Lanka. The LTTE is infamous for introducing the suicide bomb jacket, as well as the use of women in suicide attacks. They are blamed for...
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  • economy of tamil nadu
    Tamil Nadu possesses the second-largest economy (2011–12) among states in India after Maharashtra.[1][2] It is the second most industrialised state next to Maharastra.[3][4] As of 2010–11, Tamil Nadu had a per capita GDP of $1,622, the sixth highest in India. Tamil Nadu's gross state domestic product...
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  • 20th Century Drama
    Year – 603 / Third Year-703) SUBJECT CODE I-YEAR PART-I (Examination will be held from 2.00 P.M. to 5.00 P.M.) 510 512 513 514 515 516 I-YEAR TAMIL -POETRY AND GRAMMAR HINDI -PROSE AND DRAMA FRENCH -PROSE-1, POETRY-1, TRANSLATION & GRAMMAR MALAYALAM -POETRY AND GRAMMAR (Candidates joined during...
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  • Sri Lankan Civil War
    Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (the LTTE, also known as the Tamil Tigers), a separatist militant organisation which fought to create an independent Tamil state called Tamil Eelam in the north and the east of the island. After a 26-year military campaign, the Sri Lankan military defeated the Tamil Tigers in May...
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  • Sri Lanka
    minorities). Sadly though there are those groups that display discrimination on the grounds of race and ethnicity. We see this vividly portrayed in the Tamil and Sinhala conflict in Sri Lanka (of religion and power). A longstanding rivalry has ensured an extremely volatile relationship. The race and ethnic...
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  • Tamil Tigers
    campaign of terrorist acts all around Sri Lanka. The biggest enemy of the Tamil Tigers, the other way to call them, is the government of Sri Lanka. Dravidian people that were originally from the south of India are named Tamils after their own language, Tamilian. When India was still a British colony...
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  • Tamil Nadu
    tamil Nadu has been ranked No 1 by the Economic Freedom Rankings for the States of India [1] Possessing the fifth largest economy (2004–2005) among states in India, Tamil Nadu is also the second most industrialised state next to Maharastra.[2] It ranks second in per capita income (2004–2005) among...
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  • Mangroves for Mankind
    calamities like cyclones and tsunami. Tamil Nadu reported more than 1500 deaths but surprisingly, human casualty and damage was minimal in and around Pichavaram and Muthupet mangroves. Following this, Government of India had funded massive mangrove afforestation in Tamil Nadu. Muthupet has been a major mangrove...
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  • Comparing Terrorist Networks
    insurgency to regain their lost sovereignty. What makes them a terrorist organization, however, is the tactics they use and who they use them against. The Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka began their “freedom” fight against the Sinhalese government when they felt all democratic means at gaining autonomy had failed...
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  • Wind Power in India
    highest among the other top four countries. As of 31 Jan 2013 the installed capacity of wind power in India was 18634.9[2][3] MW, mainly spread across Tamil Nadu (7134 MW),[4] Gujarat (3,093 MW), Maharashtra (2310.70 MW), Karnataka (1730.10 MW), Rajasthan (1524.70 MW), Madhya Pradesh (275.50 MW), Andhra...
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  • Funny Boy
    tells us a story through the eyes of a growing Tamil homosexual boy, Arjie. By using a first person narrator, Selvadurai vividly describes Arjie¡¯s struggle to negotiate life in Sinhala-dominated Colombo. Besides, the horrible ethnic violence between Tamil and Sinhalese in Sri Lanka was also highlighted...
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  • History of India - Sangam Age
    as long ago as 10,000 BCE, but most was written from c. 400 BCE to c. 400 CE. of Between 350 BCE to 200 CE, South India (mostly Tamil Nadu) was ruled by the three Tamil dynasties of Chola, Pandya and Chera. The Cholas The heartland of the Cholas was the fertile valley of the Kaveri River, but...
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