A BJP office-bearer on Wednesday affixed bright portraits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on billboards put up here as part of the Tamil Nadu government's publicity campaign for the 44th Chess Olympiad, set to commence on July 28. Amar Prasad Reddy, president of the sports and skill development cell of Tamil Nadu BJP, released a video clip of him fixing photographs of Modi on hoardings, along with two others.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has landed in Chennai. In an event scheduled to take place at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here, Modi is set to dedicate to the nation and lay the foundation stones of 11 projects worth over Rs 31,500 crore.
A major fire broke out at the Rajiv Gandhi Government Hospital in Chennai on April 27. According to the preliminary sources, the fire broke out in a storage room at the Tower 2 of the Govt Hospital, due to a short circuit. Over 4 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the fire. The patients have been shifted to other wards safely. So far no casualties or injuries have been reported.
On January 9, 2022, Tamil Nadu observed the first of a series of full lockdowns to be observed every Sunday, in the wake of the surge in Covid-19 cases and the spread of the Omicron variant. Essential services that are permitted during the full lockdown include milk booths, ATMs, hospitals, hospital-related works, goods transportation, and petrol bunks. Facilities that won't be available are public transport, metro rail, and e-commerce services. #TamilNadulockdown #TNlockdown #Chennai #Chennailockdown #Coimbatore #Vellore #Tirunelveli #Tiruchy #SundayLockdown #SundayLockdownTamilNadu #Covid #Covidlockdown #Lockdown #Covid
Meet S Mahendran. He is a traffic police personnel from Chennai. For the last one year, he has been helping Deepika, a 7th standard student in her studies. Deepika lives on the footpath with her family.
Chennai crossed the 1,000-mm mark in terms of rainfall received this month. This has happened only three times before in the last 200 years. Chennai, along with other coastal districts of Tamil Nadu, has been receiving heavy rains for several days. Water stagnation has been reported in 186 streets across 75 areas in #Chennai.
Heavy downpour and the consequent waterlogging disrupted normal life in several parts of the state including Chennai on Friday. Rain and thundershowers lashed Chennai and neighbouring districts. Twenty-one districts have declared a holiday for educational institutions in the wake of heavy rainfall.