Another newspaper is Tamil Murasu which is Evening Tamil Daily Newspaper. Recently, Sun Network launched their Direct To Home ( Sun DTH Satellite TV Service) in India with nearly 5.3 million subscribers and their next move was towards Kollywood for making their Landmark in tamil movies, “Sun Pictures”, a film division of their own which has started producing and releasing atleast 8 – 10 tamil movies per year.
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Very many are afraid of them, for suddenly they grow very angry, their faces become red, and they strike any one who is near with the closed hand.As a result of forest clearing, human-elephant conflicts have also increased and led to the destruction of property and death of both humans and elephants.The problem is compounded by the elephant's preference for crops such as sugar cane, bananas and other fruits frequently grown in the region.Scratch the surface, however, and examples of cultural difference can be found everywhere.From , by Leonard Woolf They are all very rich, and for a thing that costs one shilling they willingly give five.Once found throughout the tear-shaped island at the bottom of India’s southern tip, these elephants are now being pushed into smaller areas as development activities clear forests and disrupt their ancient migratory routes.The herd size in Sri Lanka ranges from 12-20 individuals or more. In Sri Lanka, herds have been reported to contain nursing units, consisting of lactating females and their young, and juvenile care units, containing females with juveniles.The primary threat to Sri Lankan elephants is the loss of forests.The large blocks of forests they require are increasingly fragmented by clearing for human settlements and expanding agriculture in Sri Lanka.It tells the story of a young Tamil gay boy called Arjy growing up in 1980s Sri Lanka during the civil war era, struggling to come to grips with his homosexuality in a very religious and traditional family and society.But coming here some 30 years later in late 2014, we wondered if much has changed.