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Indefensible Ban, November 26, 2011 [Tadaiyai Erkamudiyaadu]. Translated and presented by B. Kolappan



I think you hit a bullseye there felals!

from:  Satch
Posted on: Dec 12, 2011 at 22:12 IST

Yes, it doesn looks like a suppression of the right to express a view. But This particular incident(false propoganda tht the dam bursts,& the severe damages ..) seem to be utmost hypothetical & doesnt fit the actual facts of the History behind the Mullai periyar dam, and the casualities that utmost can happen (even if at all the dam really bursts out!) .
Considering the scenario, the act of TamilNadu government looks like a pro-active measure of safeguarding the brotherly hood relationship that the people of Kerala & Tamilnadu has.
The false propaganda by indirectly referring to mullai periyar dam , may unnecessarily cause clashes or bitterness among public. We shouldnt allow any more incident that happenned near the border town liek satyamangalam, during cauvery issue .
Instead of letting the bitterness happen & suppressing with police/judiciary, this is a more proactive measure of supressing the social issue. But this really cannot be taken as reference for future..

from:  Suresh S
Posted on: Dec 1, 2011 at 13:05 IST

there is no point for the govt to object the release of a cinema
being an art form......its unfortunate,lamentable..... of course
shocking..........!!!!!!!

from:  vivek.vl
Posted on: Nov 28, 2011 at 21:31 IST
                                    
 
                                     
               

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