As things go back to normal, Chief minister announces more relief measures; stories of volunteers extending aid contribute to A sense of recovery.
To prevent spread of any epidemic, half kg bleaching powder and 20 chlorine tablets would be given through local bodies concerned.
Authorities have also been directed to administer vaccines and provide masks, hand gloves, raincoats and gumboots to sanitary workers.
The CM also clarified that postponement of half-yearly examinations would apply to all schools. by J Shanmugha Sundaram
To prevent spread of any epidemic, half kg bleaching powder and 20 chlorine tablets would be given through local bodies concerned. Read More..
Amid the barrage of messages — information, rumours, jokes and memes that flooded social media and instant messaging, this one stood out: “School students who lost their books, pl text ur address or call us. We' send you books with the contact numbers 984869 05884, 81486 89993 & 8148761625. Unlike countless messages making the rounds, this was an important one that came as a Godsend for students of Chennai Neighboring Cuddalore and all of which were battered by the torrential showers. This initiative has been started by a small group of software engineers, their friends, relatives based in Bengaluru, Chennai and Karaikudi.
A rainy day is when auto rickshaw drivers bump up their fares manifold. these men from an auto rickshaw stand stood out, ferried people for free throughout the day. Read More...
December deluge has not spared late former TN chief minister and AIADMK founder MGR’s Ramavaram house, collectibles, personal diaries, photo albums, video tapes, trophies and awards, besides the AC and TV set he had been using, were either washed away or damaged in the flood. Read More...
“It’s a very big tragedy.” This is how Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi described the deluge that hit the State, after visiting Cuddalore district.