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Our Pranav Law Firm was established by Lr.M.G.Vishnu who is the Chief Advocate, Here into this service from 2002. Our purpose since our set up has been to offer a proactive, responsive and hassle free legal services to Indians and overseas Indians. He is a motivated, dedicated and an experienced lawyer working with the target of making our law firm as one of the best law firm in India. Our law firm has earned a good will of Local and International circles. The firm has its head office at Coimbatore and Related Workplaces in significant state capitals. The firm additionally has a working association with numerous worldwide law firms. Since its beginning, it continues to serve a different clientele, including domestic and overseas corporations, multinational companies and individuals.
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Hindu outfits - Sakthi Sena Hindu Makkal Iyakkam and the Bharat Sena, Tamil Nadu - urged the authorities here on Monday to prevent young couples from celebrating Valentine’s Day (Wednesday) at public places.
Members of Sakthi Sena Hindu Makkal Iyakkam staged a demonstration in front of the Coimbatore (South) taluk office raising slogans against Valentine’s day celebration. District president of the outfit Kalidoss presided over the demonstration.
Similarly, a few members of Tamil Nadu unit of the Bharat Sena staged a demonstration in front of the Collectorate with the same demand. Later, the office-bearers of the outfit submitted a petition to the Collector.