Cracking the whip on quacks a challenging task: Officials
9 hours ago
Chennai third most expensive city in India: Study
08 Dec 2016
How many ‘Swathi’ murders must Chennai endure?
15 hours ago
Students among accused in Kodungaiyur blast case
A contractor working with the state government has claimed the entire money and the gold as his own.
1 hour ago
This move is a step ahead of the decision by the Centre restricting sale of junk food on the school premises by management-run canteens.
13 hours ago
The demise of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa would take the sheen off the floor of the Assembly where she had been a roaring lion pouncing on the Opposition Benches with prompt replies, retorts, questi
The general council meeting of the AIADMK is likely to be convened soon to elect the party’s next general secretary following the demise of J Jayalalithaa, who had held the post. Sources said the meet
When K Jayaraman’s customers, mostly small-time vendors, visit his wholesale shop in the Koyambedu market at 3 am, they would have already exchanged all the tens and twenties they had made the previou
The Income Tax department conducted searches and recovered cash worth Rs 100 crore and 100 kg of gold bars from three different localities.
21 hours ago
Thuglak, perhaps the first political satire magazine in Tamil, has an interesting story behind its birth.
Despite his ill health, Cho continued to contribute to Thuglak. His last public appearance was at the 46th-anniversary celebrations of Thuglak on January 14.
It is said that Cho, admitted in a ward next to Jayalalithaa in the Apollo, passed away without knowing that his friend had left before him.
State Health Minister Vijaya Baskar, Health Secretary J Radhakrishnan, Chairman of Apollo Hospitals Prathap C Reddy, his daughters Suneeta and Preetha Reddy, Chief Pulmunologist Dr Babu Abraham, a tea
She initiated many welfare plans, but the one that had the biggest and immediate impact seems to be the Amma canteens that offer hot, fresh cooked food that is sold at a discount for the benefit of th
With calls to make former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa’s residence a memorial gaining momentum, AIADMK cadre continued to throng to have a glimpse of Veda Nilayam in Poes Garden.
efore we came together for stage plays, we were classmates in the Law College. I knew him from the early 1960s. Pattu of UAA actually inspired Cho to…
Cho’s jokes were never hurtful; though he had strong points to convey, he sugar-coated them and presented in a way that was palatable, says theatre artist Y Gee Mahendra.
No one could escape his scathing pen, but then it was all done in good faith. Cho Ramaswamy was uncompromising in his criticism of DMK government led by M Karunanidhi, but never hesitated to praise hi
“People call her an iron lady. But what we saw in those 75 days was her soft, caring side,” says CV Sheela, one of the 16 nurses who cared for the late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa at Apollo Hospital
Srinivasa Iyer ‘Cho’ Ramaswamy, the straight-talking political and social satirist and a practitioner of bold journalism, passed away on Wednesday.
In stark contrast, the AIADMK headquarters in Royapettah wore a deserted look. Similar was the scene at at Pannerselvam's residence in Greenways Road.
07 Dec 2016
It is said that animals have a very powerful sixth sense.
Vayalur on the East Coast Road near River Palar is home for two historic temples for Shiva and for Vishnu.
The first stand-up comic in Tamil, the actor who dazzled his audience as Thuglaq and Jaambazaar Jaggu, passed away yesterday. Our columnist Sujatha Narayanan talks about Cho Ramaswamy’s on and off-scr
Relief to AP CM in cash-for-vote case
Two-storey building collapses in Kadapa
Heavy Syrian army shelling hits rebel Aleppo: Monitor
S. Korea President impeached by parliament
'Legion' hacks Vijay Mallya’s Twitter account
SC upholds maintainability of appeals on Cauvery
Normal life remains affected in Kashmir
Rescue operations continue in Andamans, 300 evacuated
Andaman issues warning as depression intensifies into Cyclone Vardah
Ahmedabad passenger train to Botad engine catches fire; none injured
French 'tax evasion fighter' jailed for tax fraud
Chinese couples flock to Sri Lanka to tie the knot
Government to waive service tax on card transactions up to Rs 2,000
Discoms to compensate electrocution victims for lapses, says Delhi HC
Pakistan mulls ban on sports teams' participation in India
All top tennis stars confirmed for Australia Open