This unusual venue was chosen after the bridegroom R. Prashanth from Cumbum town in Tamila Nadu's Theni district could not get an e-pass to travel to Vanidperiyar Valaradi in Idukki district of Kerala, where the wedding was scheduled to take place at a temple.
Many states like Maharashtra, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu were opposed to opening up of their airports in view of rising cases of the coronavirus infection, making it difficult for the airlines as well as the civil aviation authorities to resume services.
Embarrassed by the involvement of the two party functionaries in the crime, Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami expelled the duo from the AIADMK and announced a compensation of Rs.5 lakh to the girl’s family.
In effect, the claimants will now share amongst themselves a sum of Rs. 51.59 lakh from the accident claims, which, if adjudicated by the tribunals, would have taken a few more years and probably shrunk in size as well.
A video from Chennai shows several vehicles stuck in a traffic jam and at the tip of the jam, stands an ambulance. Several two wheelers, possibly violating social distancing guidelines, are also seen in the video.
The wife of Hercules had earlier appealed to Chief Minister K. Palaniswami to permit the casket containing her husband's body to be taken out from a different cemetery and bury it at a cemetery as per his last wish.