Tamil Nadu News
Rising from a very humble beginning, Elumalai first became an MLA when he won the Ossudu assembly constituency (SC) seat on a Puducherry Makkal Congress (PMC) ticket in 2001
Out of 2,616 persons undergoing treatment in hospitals, 2,274 are in Puducherry region, 161 in Karaikal GH, 181 in Yanam GH and four in Mahe.
Crematorium workers were in a fix when residents of Aathupalayam threatened them for carrying out the final rites for a Covid-19 victim in Tirupur on Monday evening.
Forest Department officials for the first time have decided to send samples of she elephant that died on Monday by placing them in ice packs to the Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Social activist and State Secretary of Aadhi Thamizhar Peravai Vidiyal Veeraperumal asked around 10 questions to the Virudhunagar Medical College Hospital authorities regarding Covid work.
Six doctors from the district have died due to Covid as on August 10, said the Madurai branch of Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Tuesday.
Niharika Bhatt is one of the youngest to assume the top post in Karaikal. She hails from Lucknow and holds a B Tech in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.
In a development that would bring cheer and relief to anaesthetists, a government doctor in Pudukkottai has designed a device that could shield them from infection while intubating Covid patients.
Paddy was cultivated in 5000 acres in Kuzhumur Nallanayakapuram, Kiliyappattu, Sittudaiyar, Periyakurichi, Thalavai, Ayanthathanur, Vanichinapuram and Nakkambadi villages.
Meanwhile, the Covid kitty of Tamil Nadu continued to swell after 5,834 fresh cases and 118 deaths were reported on the day, driving up the tally to 3,08,649 and the toll to 5,159.
Jaliya added, Tamil Nadu CB-CID is yet to file a final report on his death, so we have requested the Indian High Commission to confirm it.
Covid came as a cruel blow to mankind creating chaos everywhere and throwing life out of gear. However, it has also helped people discover humanity and build new relationships.
The suspension of operations can create more trouble for contract employees, who are already facing massive lay-offs with many space missions put on the backburner.
Irked over the e-pass system, the industrialists urged the government to come up with a solution to ease their travel.
Officials from the Revenue Department sealed a computer centre on Kattabomman Street for allegedly issuing fake e-passes, on Monday night.