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Sunday, September 1, 2019

TN CM Mr Edappadi lookin majestic in suit

There are some stereo-types, and it is tough to have a mental makeover ~ perhaps some memes represent only that .. ..

Miles away, the  Museum of Modern Art in New York will open its expanded campus on Oct 21, 2019, with a re-imagined presentation of modern and contemporary art. A $400 million renovation boasts of an additional 40,000-square-feet gallery space and a new, more inclusive approach to displaying contemporary art. Millions of visitors and iconic displays have created a melange of memories for art aficionados who have waited for the past four months to savour it. 

Image make-over .. .. all that things and people need for changing their social status !  In modern day -  lifestyle activities,  clothing values, often get  evaluated and a strategically planned style, body-language, dress style would change the perception Projecting an ideal figure through these techniques, one could be at their majestic attractive best !

The first legislative council election to Madras Presidency after the establishment of dyarchical system of government was held in Nov 1920. Indian National Congress boycotted the election due to its participation in the Non-cooperation movement. A. Subbarayalu Reddiar became the first Chief Minister of the presidency.  Wiki reports that at  first, Governor Willington invited the wealthy P. Theagaroya Chetty, the leader of the justice party to form the government. He refused the offer as he did not like to be paid a salary from people's taxes. He recommended that A. Subbarayalu Reddiar, Ramarayaningar (Raja of Panagal) and Kurma Venkata Reddy Naidu, all Telugu members, be made ministers. Reddiar was appointed as the Chief Minister and as the minister in charge of Education, Public works, Excise & Registration. Ramarayaningar became the minister of local self-government & Public health, while Venkata Reddy Naidu was given the Development portfolio.

Those days, the  Madras Presidency, headquartered in Fort St. George, India, was a province of British India that comprised present day Tamil Nadu, the Malabar region of North Kerala, the coastal and Rayalaseema regions of Andhra Pradesh, and the Bellary, Dakshina Kannada, and Udupi districts of Karnataka.   Just before Indian independence in Apr 1946, Tanguturi Prakasam became the CM representing INC in Madras Legislative Assembly.  At the time of Independence – from 23.3.1947 till 6.4.1949, it was OP Ramaswamy Reddiyar ~ then PS Kumaraswamy Raja took over.

Madras State was renamed as Tamil Nadu (Tamil for Tamil country) on 14 January 1969. The legislative assembly adopted a resolution on 14 May 1986, to abolish the legislative council. The state legislature is unicameral, and consists of 235 members including one nominated member.  The chief minister commands most of the executive powers while the governor has a largely ceremonial role. The chief minister of Tamil Nadu,  is elected by legislators of the political party or the coalition which commands a simple majority in the legislative assembly.

The Chief Ministers of Madras State were - P. S. Kumaraswamy Raja; Chakravarthi Rajagopalachari;  K Kamaraj;  M  Bakthavatsalam      & CN Annadurai.  After renaming as Tamil Nadu, Chief Ministers, including some for interim periods have been :  Annadurai;          VR Nedunchezhiyan, M Karunanidhi, MG Ramachandran, Mrs Janaki Ramachandran, Ms J Jayalalithaa, O Panneerselvam  & now Edappadi K. Palaniswami

Mr Karuppa Gounder Palanisamy, known as Edappadi K. Palaniswami has won the assembly election to the state assembly four times, in 1989,1991, 2011and 2016 from the Edapadi constituency. In addition, he won the Lok Sabha seat from Tiruchengode constituency in 1998.  Edappadi is a town and a municipality in Salem district.  in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Edappdi was once known for its thriving powerloom industry. The economy is diversified. The main modes of income are agriculture, lorry & heavy truck transport, granite, textile powerloom, entertainment and foundry.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Mr Edappadi K. Palaniswami on Wednesday kickstarted a three-nation tour to the US, UK and Dubai in order to bring foreign direct investment to the state. Inspired by him, many of his cabinet colleagues are going to accompany him to learn the nuances required to successfully run their respective departments. Apart from Health Minister C Vijayabaskar, who is accompanying the chief minister, three more ministers will soon join Palaniswami at various points in his latter part of the tour. That includes bringing into effect a Night Safari at the Vandalur Zoo, development of sanctuaries, bringing in tree species that will sync with the eco-climate zones of Tamil Nadu, and learn about new techniques to control and avert forest fires.

Photos of Mr Edappadi touring in London, wearing a suit and looking majestic have gone viral on social media.

With regards – S. Sampathkumar
31st Aug 2019.

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