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DD vs RCB: Intriguing contest between teams battling inconsistency
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197 malaria cases in Tibetan settlements in 2014
Astronomers find 11 runaway galaxies
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25 years of the Hubble Space Telescope
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Chennai City Columns
Order directing the DVAC to furnish information sought under RTI Act upheld
In an increasingly knowledge-based society, information and access to information hold the key to resources, benefits and distribution o...
Plea challenging compulsory retirement of constable dismissed
The police force being a disciplined force is vested with duties of protecting the lives and property of the general public and to enfor...
Election Commission orders re-poll in Puliyampatti
One more polling station, which forms part of Puliyampatti in Sankarankoil Assembly constituency of Tirunelveli district,is set for r...
10 held after late-night ruckus
The Kanchi Taluk Police have apprehended 10 persons on charges of creating a law and order problem in the Orikkai area on Sunday night,...
WiFi access a “pleasant surprise” to most users
Public utilities lag behind even as food courts, educational institutions provide satisfactory services
Summons to Jayalalithaa in defamation cases
The Principal Sessions Judge, Chennai, P. Devadoss, on Monday ordered issue of summons to former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa for her...
Supreme Court directs Kodanad Estate to allow free passage to villagers
With blocking of entry through Kodanad Estate in Udhagamandalam becoming an election issue in Tamil Nadu, the Supreme Court has direc...
Confident of alliance securing 218 seats, says Jayalalithaa
The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam(AIADMK)-led alliance is confident of securing at least 218 seats in the coming elections...
NSE exploring use of mobiles for trading
National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (NSE) is exploring the possibility of enabling investors to trade through handheld portable device...
Jayalalithaa slams Stalin
“If the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam government has so many achievements to its credit as claimed by Deputy Chief Minister M.K.Sta...
“Create awareness of 49-O option”
The Madras High Court on Wednesday directed authorities to make the public aware of the existence of Rule 49-O of the Conduct of Electio...
On the right track
Chennai lad Anirudha Srikkanth on winning the man of the match award, his style of batting and more
Surveillance cameras, watchtowers to mount vigil on Marina beach
With two watchtowers and at least a dozen surveillance cameras on the anvil, the Marina beach is set to come under the close watch of law...
Metro Rail agrees to cut number of stabling lines
This will reduce land to be acquired in Koyambedu market
Pattali Makkal Katchi may lose recognition as a State party
The Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK), which bagged just three seats in the Assembly elections, will, in all likelihood, lose its recognition...
Panel to study quality of Samacheer Kalvi
The Cabinet's decision to constitute an experts' committee to look into the issue of improving the quality of school education, in the co...
229 legislators take the oath
Two hundred and twenty nine Members of Legislative Assembly on Monday took the oath on Monday, the inaugural day of the 14th Assembly...
CBSE students worried about getting admission to top engineering colleges
Amidst the many happy faces of students on Monday, jubilant over their performance in class XII exams, there were also some visibly hassl...
Season of sequels
Several sequels are lined up for release. Will they be as good as their first instalment or prove to be damp squibs, wonders parvathi nayar
Over 3,000 applications for 81 vacancies
A total of 3,347 women have applied for just 81 vacancies in various positions at noon meal centres in the southern suburbs of Chennai.
Set in recession-gripped Britain, the book takes us through a slow paced story of spies and secret agents.
This fusion cuisine is one to kill for.
Want to ‘Cha-at'?
Branching out in Chennai, Kailash Parbat is undoubtedly one of the best places to savour north Indian cuisine, especially chaat.
The debate continues…
The books or the movies: which do you prefer? Here's what a few of our readers chose.
The old order gives way to Metro Rail
Chennai Metro Rail Limited, edging its way into the arterial areas of the city and eating up space, is proving dangerous to unprotected heri
Work on flyover in Porur put on hold
Delay in shifting water line by Chennai Metrowater cited as cause; only 20% of work completed
5senses: authentically contemporary
It’s almost lunch time on a humid Saturday and I’m seated at 5senses, the contemporary Mediterranean restaurant on Khader Nawaz Khan Roa...
Cops train guns on school-going autos
In the past two days, police seized 138 vehicles that were ferrying more than 4 children each
Chennai Metrowater has right of way, says court
Chennai Metrowater has the right of way to private lands to lay pipelines for drinking water and sewerage, and the court will not issue a...
Balajothi Technical Institute, Thiruvanmiyur, will begin tailoring classes for the next batch. Short-term courses are offered on salw...
Work begins but problems not addressed
Residents want storm water drains to be expanded and MGR canal desilted.
Tunnel boring begins at Nehru Park
First underground segment of 939 metres to be covered in 5 months
Tools to tackle government sloth
How many times have you petitioned a government department, for a ration card or a house site patta and encountered only stony si...
Sri City metro car unit of Alstom to be on stream in September
Located close to Tamil Nadu, the facility initially will cater to Chennai Metro requirements
Aparajith slams 184; Santosh hits ton
B. Aparajith (184, 164b, 32x4) celebrated his selection to the India under-19 World Cup squad with an attacking century to propel Grand...
No compromise on law and order: top cop
S. George who took charge as the Commissioner of Police, Chennai, on Wednesday promised better traffic arrangements and said there will...
325 agitators booked for anti-US protests
10 police personnel undergo treatment
‘A Man among men...’
120 years on, Swami Vivekananda’s fiery speech at the Parliament of Religions is still fresh in memory.
I suddenly find myself friendless. The high-maintenance foodies in my life shudder delicately when I suggest heading out for subs. Then d...
‘Not out to create controversy’
Prakash Jha talks about how his stories are inspired by social issues and the power of his brand of cinema
Facilitating environment sought to foster nation's transformation
It is essential to sustain recent economic successes: senior official
SC allows petition against patta to agri society
The Supreme Court has permitted a petitioner, who filed a public interest litigation, to oppose in the Madras High Court, the grant of p...
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Poignant portrait of rural struggle
Moondraam Ulagappor (Third World War), lyricist Vairamuthu’s latest work, is an ambitious attempt to weave an epic around the travails of ru
Take Solutions joins HP to launch cloud services
Right on the heels of Microsoft and Airtel, technology solutions provider Take Solutions Ltd., on Friday, launched its comprehensive clo...
Over 1,000 volunteer for Home Guards
Employees during the day, volunteers after dusk
Consumers powerless in face of meter scarcity
Shortage of electricty meters in authorised outlets cited as major reason despite an order allowing consumers to buy meters from firms liste
One small meal for children, one giant leap for literacy
The idea of the noon meal scheme, now implemented across the country as the National Programme for Nutrition Support
Death of minister’s son shows poor implementation of helmet rule in Chennai
Tamizh Mani, son of Minister Sellur. K. Raju, died on Sunday. He was only the latest casualty in a series of deaths of those who ride wit...
Focus on transparency in admissions
Protestors demand external supervisory board to look into alleged irregularities in the process
Ra. Sankaran forsook academics in order to pursue acting.
Traffic flow hit by incomplete footpath work
FOB by day, bar by night
Weir planned at Sembakkam Lake
“Cycle to work: If I can, you can too”
Where pedestrians are out on a limb
Residents rescue black kite at ICF
Illegally parked vehicles eat into road space
Nolambur residents have to wait for their first park
When a road springs a surprise
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Uttama Villain producers to repay loan before April 28
Sealing a deal over chat
Sweltering city gets showers of relief
Union Ministers’ visit to escalate AIADMK-BJP tiff
Comeback is new and new is good
Encounter was a set-up: forensic expert
Thumbs up to Chennai Metro Rail
Engineering seats up for grabs
Wide footpaths: boon or bane?
MTC conductor’s organs donated
Union Ministers’ visit to escalate AIADMK-BJP tiff
Garbage mounds take over vacant plots
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Designs for phase-I extension of Metro Rail to be prepared
The extension comprises a nine-km stretch from Washermenpet to Wimco Nagar.
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