Election authorities here on Saturday found 366 nominations, including that of chief minister N Rangasamy, to be in order at the end of scrutiny of the papers filed by candidates contesting the May 16 Assembly polls in the Union Territory.
All five opposition AIADMK legislators staged a walkout from the Assembly during question time on Tuesday to protest Speaker V Sabapathy reportedly permitting ruling AINRC legislators raise supplementary questions 'without limit'.
Leader of the opposition and former Chief Minister V Vaithilingam Thursday demanded a CBI probe or a judicial enquiry into alleged instances of 'fake certificates' available to students for getting admissions to professional courses under government quota in Puducherry.
Electricity and Science and Technology Minister of Puducherry, T Thiagarajan told the ruling AINRC members and opposition block today that the government would intensify steps to ensure the menace arising out of plastic materials was curbed by adopting the rules.
Ruling AINRC legislator Ashok Anand Monday demanded that criminal action be taken against officials of centrally sponsored JIPMER for allegedly flouting norms over recruitment of employees to various posts.
The DMK Thursday lambasted the Rangasamy-led AINRC government here for `failure` to ensure that private medical colleges earmarked 50 per cent of the total seats available in MBBS course for government.
Continuing with its spectacular electoral debut of the 2011 Assembly polls, ruling AINRC in Puducherry on Friday wrested the lone Lok Sabha seat from Congress with its nominee R Radhakrishnan trouncing Minister of State in PMO V Narayanasamy.
Opposition DMK on Wednesday staged a demonstration a short distance from the Assembly campus to condemn the `failure` of AINRC government to maintain law and order and also provide efficient administration.