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The museum would be set up at a cost of Rs 30 crore, he said while unveiling the programs to develop the textile sector.

Karur, Tiruppur and Kancheepuram would turn into textile export hubs. A design and incubation center would also be set up at a cost of Rs 10 crore, he said.

The court on Friday wondered why the society should not be compensated and the vast land granted to it by the state government decades ago should not be taken back.

Justice N Sathish Kumar refused to quash the notice and directed the petitioner company, its secretary V Krishnamurthy, to approach a civil court to decide on the address of the property on Cathedral Road, said to be worth about Rs 5,000 crore.

The ruling DMK on Saturday alleged that the Center had sent Governor RN Ravi to Tamil Nadu with “some plan” and accused him of “political engagement” in the recent Coimbatore blast.

When the Tamil Nadu government recommended a National Investigation Agency probe in the Coimbatore case within two days, Ravi alleged “delay” (in handing over the case to the NIA) and the possibility of destruction of evidence because of it,” government party’s Tamil spokesperson Murasoli said. he said in the opinion.

Now BJP-led Karnataka has handed over the Mengaluru blast investigation to the NIA after a gap of about six days, Murasoli said. If we follow Ravi’s rule, wouldn’t this “delay” lead to the destruction of evidence, asks the DMK daily.

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