Damage to electric cables worries residents

The JJM, a Central project, proposes to offer 55 litres of water per day per household by the year, 2024. 
“The workmen do not care about anything that is underground.

24 Oct 2020

Chennai native 'Delhi cluster' man's tale of empathy forged on the anvil of adversity

Nothing had prepared 30-year-old Hameedudeen for an air of indifference in his neighbourhood one humid April afternoon after he tested positive for Covid.

18 Oct 2020

T Nagar residents still waiting for smart meters

The wait is still not over for T Nagar residents who were looking forward to the installation of smart electricity meters. 

17 Oct 2020

500 private omni buses to resume services in Tamil Nadu after nearly seven months

However, some commuters said they are worried as the TNSTC buses being operated currently are heavily crowded and social distancing has gone for a complete toss during peak hours

15 Oct 2020

Rejecting Khushbu's apology, disability rights activists file plaint over her 'insensitive' remark

Earlier, Khushbu said that she was terribly sorry for the incorrect use of a couple of phrases in a moment of hastiness, deep distress and anguish.

15 Oct 2020

Connection issues with biometrics at ration shops

The biometric authentication systems introduced at the ration shops from October 1 is hit by connection issues, according to some cardholders and there is a demand to withdraw the system.

10 Oct 2020

COVID-19: As volunteers go back to their previous jobs, senior citizens in Chennai left in a lurch

Most of the senior citizens are now dependant on their relatives and extended families for help.

08 Oct 2020

Raw material shortage hits vehicle spare parts manufacturers

Industrialists are positive that those coming from nearby places like Thiruthani, Tiruvallur and Arakkonam will rejoin soon as special train services are set to begin.

06 Oct 2020

Make LAMB app accessible for disabled too: Activists

However, it’s not the case with most of the government websites. Similar is the case with the MTC website too,” said Vaishnavi Vijayakumar, a disability rights activist.

05 Oct 2020

Nowhere to go, no one to care

When rumours of the lockdown began to do rounds itself, the authorities forced all 20 of us to leave,” Vasuki says.

04 Oct 2020

TNSTC buses packed to the rafters as private ones stay off road in State

The owners also demanded that full occupancy must be allowed in buses against the 50 per cent currently allowed.

01 Oct 2020

Amid shortage of epilepsy medicine Sabril Vigabatrin , Chennai man gives extra tablets to family in Bengaluru

Arjun had picked up two strips of Sabril Vigabatrin for his 18-month-old child on Thursday. When he got a call to pick up two more strips on Friday, he decided to give the tablets to other families.

08 Sep 2020

‘Over 1,000 auto drivers pushed out of work’

Drivers take up jobs like selling vegetables, milk or fish to eke out a living; they allege that the government also left them in dark without offering any monetary support

16 Aug 2020

‘Trial by virus’ beams light into lives

“A social activist called me and transferred Rs 5,000 to my account. Not just me, she inquired about my friends who might be facing similar hassles, and gave money to four others as well.

12 Aug 2020

COVID-19 crisis: Single mother stuggles to make ends meet after job loss in Chennai

Her husband abandoned the family when her daughter was two-years-old.

11 Aug 2020