On what inspired him to embark on the long and tiresome trip, Pavan Sai told TNIE: “I always wanted to do something that would make me standout.
The woman's brother had threatened Suresh Kumar with dire consequences if he failed to sever ties with his sister.
Diet was important and Mohinder had to push 10,000 calories a day to continue with the ride, where his team of six crew member friends were of immense help.
Siva said his cousin sister’s daughter faced blood shortage during delivery as most of the blood banks ran out of blood following the pandemic.
The 64-year-old priest was booked under various sections for his remarks against the Prime Minister and Home Minister and alleged insult to ‘Bharat Mata’ during a meeting at Arumanai on July 18
Raids were conducted in Tenkasi on a property of suspected kingpin Nagarajan, but he fled before sleuths arrived. However, based on call records and tower dump data, he was traced to the Nilgiris.
A case was registered against TRS leader and Chief Whip Vinay Bhaskar, and others, after they stopped Kanyakumari Express at Kazipet Railway Junction for around 12 hours back in 2011.
Loan will help enhance transport connectivity, road maintenance
Representatives submit a seven-point charter of demands; Fisheries Minister says State government taking all necessary measures to trace those missing
Cyclone Ockhi: Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit visits cyclone-hit areas in Kanyakumari district
The governor, who undertook a visit of the affected areas here, said a census of missing fishermen and affected families was being taken by the officials who were accompanying him.
Around 1,000 fishermen went into the sea before Ockhi struck the southern districts of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
The Indian Meteorological Department told media that there was no likelihood of a tsunami forming due to Cyclone Ockhi in the Bay of Bengal region, dispelling fake news alerts and rumours on WhatsApp.
Thousands of fishermen and their families in Kerala and Tamil Nadu are continuously holding mass protests, demanding for search operations to continue and for relief to be provided faster.