22 Apr 2018, Edition - 1013, Sunday
- The IMF in the latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) has projected India to grow at 7.4 per cent in 2018 and 7.8 per cent in 2019
- The proposal demanded death penalty to those raping a child of below 12 years of rape
- ‘If you can rape then you can’t be a juvenile, I am in favour of this’, says Subramanian Swamy, MP, BJP on PM’s cabinet meeting agenda
- Mattis has welcomed Japan’s plan to review its National Defence Program Guidelines by year end
- EXCLUSIVE: Massive protest by Dalit group, thousands protest over the dilution of SC/ST Act, blocks T.N-Karnataka highway
- 1993 Bombay blast accused’s Parole rejected, Abu Salem’s Parole rejected by jail authorities, Abu Salem sought Parole to get married
TNAU inter-collegiate sports opens
Covai Post Network
April 16, 2018
Coimbatore : City Police Commissioner K Periaiah today emphasized on development of personality traits like hard work,
leadership skills and coordination through sports and games.
Inaugurating the five-day TNAU inter-collegiate sports and games tournament, Periaiah exhorted students to learn about sports, as it helped better performance in competitive exams and interviews.
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Around 1,700 students from 28 TNAU constituent and affiliated colleges across the State are participating the event, presided over by University Registrar D Sudhakar.