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 Chennai Sandesh
May 24, 2013

A Terrorist Roams Free
In Tamilnadu, half a dozen political parties, big and small, are known to make the right noises off and on, in support of the banned LTTE and its objective of a separate Tamil Ealam in Sri Lanka. One such group is ‘Naam Tamilar’ (We Tamils) party founded by filmi hero – turned – politician Seeman (real name Sebastian). On the fourth death anniversary of LTTE chief Prabhakaran last week, this group tried to organise a public meeting in Cuddalore. The police refused permission and so a hall meeting was conducted. It was in this meeting that the notorious leader of the Jammu-Kashmir Liberation Front, Yasin Mallik shared the dias with Seeman and mouthed separatist jargon. In his speech, he absurdly equated the struggle of Srilankan Tamils to the separatist activities of Jihadis in Kashmir. People of Tamilnadu were not bothered about the gimmicks of Seeman. But they ask this question: How it was possible for a Kashmir terrorist to come down all the way to Cuddalore, make a separatist speech there and go back unscathed? The only case filed against Seeman by the state police is that he spoke at the meeting beyond the permitted 10 pm limit that day! It is pointed out that when Seeman made a hate speech against Sinhalese at a pro LTTE meet in Canada in 2009, he was arrested and ousted from that country. But neither the state police nor the central agencies cared to take action against him so far.  

Three Jihadis booked under NSA
Three persons charged with the murderous attack on Senior BJP leader M.R. Gandhi in Nagerkoil (Kanyakumari district) on April 21while he was taking his morning walk, have been jailed under National Secrity Act on May 23. They are Prabhu alias Amsha, Shaji and Abdul Shamim. They had alredy been arrested along with Mohamed Shali who is now in Karnataka police custody in the Bangalore blast case. Gandhi is undergoing treatment. 

Two Awards bagged by Tamilnadu university
VIT University, Vellore, Tamilnadu, has bagged two awards — ‘Best University’ in visualising and executing innovative programs, and ‘Best University’ for promoting high quality Research at master’s and doctoral thesis work.  The awards were instituted by the Consortium of Co-Chairpersons-Industry (CCI) of Gujarat Technological University (GTU), in association with Communication Multimedia and Infrastructure Association of India (CMAI). This is the first time these awards had been conferred on universities (both government and private sectors) by the GTU-CMAI. Dr S Narayanan, pro-vice chancellor received the awards on behalf of VIT University from Ndubuisi Vitus Amaku, High Commissioner of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, at a function held at the GTU in Ahmedabad recently. Dr. Akshai Aggarwal, vice-chancellor, was present on the occasion.

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