Tamil Nadu News
The Kuruvai cultivation is at its peak this year thanks to the proactive steps taken by the State government.
How will they pick up Tamil if they migrate when they are older?” asks KR Nandhakumar, member of a schools association.
After 1937 & 1967, TN once again in the middle of Hindi debate; activists want State to continue with 2 languages
A division bench of MM Sundresh and R Hemalatha issued directions while hearing the plea filed by petitioners seeking guidelines for online classes.
The division bench, then wondered that when eggs were provided before lockdown to mid-day meal students, why it is not being done now.
Tying the thread of love around a brother’s wrist is a small gesture wishing him good on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
Absence of a strong leader, rising dissent among rank and file, and maintaining distance from the Dravidian majors have cost PMK dear in Ariyalur, its bastion.
Data shows over 90% of patients who died due to Covid in the last 10 days in Tamil Nadu, had comorbidities
A senior official of the Coimbatore City police said that after collecting all the related documents, the CB-CID would register a fresh FIR.
This comes in the wake of 84 people in the Raj Bhavan testing positive for COVID-19 last week.
The counsel for the petitioners argued that the guidelines framed by the state are practically impossible to be followed by schools and colleges.
Cases continue to surge in Chennai's neighbouring districts - Chengalpattu recorded 331 cases, Kancheepuram 322 and Tiruvallur 332 cases.
Rs 9,000 crore or Rs 8,982 crore?: Ex-MP Ramadass points out discrepancy in Puducherry CM Budget speech
While AFS presents a balanced budget, the budget speech of CM projects a deficit budget, said Ramadass.
"We are a welfare state. The issue of revenue will definitely arise for the state but children have to be provided with necessary nutrition as they are the future of the country," said the bench
Among those who died in the last 10 days, 848 people (92 percent) had comorbidities. Of them, 457 (54 percent) had diabetes and 366 (43 percent) had hypertension.