The deteriorating road, which runs alongside a canal, was laid 15 years ago and is the only route to the burial ground.
The move comes after political parties in Tamil Nadu condemned the manager and bank for allegedly refusing a loan to a senior citizen man because he did not know Hindi.
“The State has always been concerned about students’ welfare and it would continue to work for their development.
Anitha’s Ariyalur bids adieu to another NEET aspirant, kin says poor connectivity harmed his preparations
Vignesh’s aunt said that the youth was often seen going to the agricultural fields in the village in search of a mobile phone signal.
His father Vishwanathan said Vignesh was already under a lot of pressure and expectations considering that it was his third attempt
Villagers believe the tar was smeared on the bust at the entrance to a Samuthavapuram at least two months ago.
Cries of students and activists for opening it grew louder in the past few months as schools and colleges remain closed.
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.
In 2017, the entire State came forward to keep the traditional sport of Jallikattu alive. It was important to preserve the native and indigenous varieties, argued activists.
Centre’s share will be Rs 195 cr while the State will provide 130 cr
The fear of being rendered jobless is a greater threat than the coronavirus itself for workers who returned to Ariyalur from the Koyambedu market.
When the body was taken to the graveyard, the people of another community of the village opposed to burn the body. They said it was meant for their community.
As their houses do not have enough rooms for them to self-isolate, family members are also suffering.
Ariyalur saw a major spike in cases on Thursday, with 188 people testing positive. A vast majority of them are those who returned from Koyambedu, and their contacts.
Though the cashless economy has not been entirely forgotten, people said the barter system has been working for them as they have little or no money to spend.