ADMK minister Sellur Raju said that people are coming to see Kamal as he is a star and it can’t get him votes and this crowd that is coming to see him is as similar to the crowd that comes when buffaloes bath.
After this Ulaga Nayagan Kamal Hassan, the president of Makkal Needhi Maiam party said during campaign that it was said the crowd for actors is similar to crowd coming when a buffalo is bathing but one must not forget that their party was launched by an actor and there are many buffaloes to be bathed.
He seeks apology to the buffaloes which are working hard, give milk and dung and are useful to people and now I have come to politics because of social anger and though my entry was late I will compensate and my life will be dedicated for people.
IRCTC IPO subscribed nearly 112 times on back of strong demand across investor categories Reportedly the subscribers to the initial public offering (IPO) of the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) are now eagerly waiting for the allotment of shares, which was concluded yesterday, as market experts predict a bumper listing for the PSU (public sector unit) stock. Meanwhile the IRCTC IPO had closed on October 3 and was subscribed nearly 112 times on the back of strong demand across investor categories.
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