DMK mouthpiece magazine Murasoli had apologized for that hereafter it will not publish any news that will hurt the sentiments of good hearts. Rajini Makkal Mandram has been in the news of late for sudden inclusion and removal of members from the Mandram. It has been widely said that this is done with the purpose of solely earning money.
Following questions by expelled members, Rajinikanth had issued a statement saying being in fan clubs for 30-40 years alone won't help win in politics. Trolling this article, Murasoli had posted an article on 26 October.
This post had angered fans of the Superstar, and they were instructing Murasoli to behave sensibly. Following this uproar on social media, the magazine sought an apology and said that they won't publish such articles.
World Bank withdrew from Amaravati due to Corruption, say AP officials The World Bank has decided not to fund Amaravati Sustainable Capital City Development Project, the ambitious project of former Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu. The World Bank's Website marked the project as 'Dropped'. The total project cost was USD 715 million with the World Bank planning to provide a loan of USD 300 million.
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