Aadhithya MS

More food delivery personnel turning up for work during Sunday lockdown eases load

Delivery personnel says there are no sharp rise in individual deliveries during the lockdown on Sunday.

10 Jan 2022

Farmers of Tamil Nadu's Tiruchy worried as no sugarcane procurement yet for Pongal hamper

He also pointed to how last year the procurement price was Rs 22 per sugarcane and cooperative officials procuring nearly 25,000 pieces.

03 Jan 2022

‘Walls of slum board houses damaged by mere scratching, seems to have very little or no cement at all'

The project for construction of 192 tenements at Kalmandhai near Gandhi Market commenced in 2017 but is yet to be completed.

13 Dec 2021

No violation, yet fine being levied?

They have cited inaccuracy on part of the traffic policemen in noting down registration number of the vehicles committing violations as the reason.

26 Oct 2021

Class strength up, but space a problem: A bittersweet predicament for government schools in Tiruchy

Speaking to TNIE, Aasha Devi, HM of Piratiyur school, said, "If we were to hold classes with only 20 students, we can only accommodate 240 students.

22 Oct 2021

First-year students left to cram as Bharathidasan University practical exams in three weeks

Much ahead of the GO on the commencement of classes for first-year students from October 4, BDU on September 27 announced practical examination for them to be between October 20 and November 10.

01 Oct 2021

Sans teaching faculty, colleges reduce, even skip classes

It's hardly been almost three weeks since colleges reopened but several subjects are being skipped, class hours reduced and online classes cut.

22 Sep 2021

For poor students, even WhatsApp is out of bounds

During the pandemic, achieving even a bare minimum transfer of knowledge has become a challenge for poor students, said teachers.

18 Jul 2021

One can start afresh at any age, proves 65-yr-old

Kothamangalam government elementary school headmistress Chitra Rani, from whom Dhanabakiyam took regular classes, said, “Unlike many others, Dhanabakiyam was very keen.

12 Jul 2021

Due to lockdown, TN farmers struggle to get fertiliser, equipment

In the recently-issued government order, these shops were classified as non-essential although in previous spells they were allowed to operate alongside restaurants and medical shops.

08 May 2021

This TN barber accepts payment in cash or kind for haircut

The practice of taking grain or accepting an yearly payment, irrespective of the number of times a service is utilised, was around when barter system was in vogue.

01 May 2021