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  • Politics related to the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The region of Tamil Nadu indicates historical records of human habitation at least for 3,800 years. Wikipedia

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  • Rajinikanth received the Kalaimamani award in 1984 and the M. G. R. Award in 1989, both from the Government of Tamil Nadu.Rajinikanth-Wikipedia
  • He is a recipient of several awards such as the Nandi Awards from the Government of Andhra Pradesh and Kalaimamani award from the Government of Tamil Nadu.Mano (singer)-Wikipedia
  • She has also been conferred with prestigious Kalaimamani award by the Tamilnadu Govt.Khushbu Sundar-Wikipedia
  • She was awarded with the Kalaimamani, the highest creative award in Tamil Nadu, for her contributions to the film industry.L. R. Eswari-Wikipedia
  • He received the Tamil Nadu Government's Kalaimamani Award in the year 1992.Deva (composer)-Wikipedia
  • She was conferred with the Kalaimamani title in 1992 by Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa who in her speech said that though the award had come late, she was proud to be the one to bestow it on her.P. Leela-Wikipedia

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