A lab technician of the Perambalur GH succumbed to Covid-19, causing much grief to her family members, coworkers, and villagers.
The maths teacher handed over a demand draft worth Rs 50000 as 'COVID-19 fund' to the district collector to help people who have been affected by the second wave.
A government school teacher in Perambalur district handed over Demand Draft worth Rs 50,000 to District Collector P Sri Venkata Priya to help Covid patients on Friday.
B Bharathipriya, a Class X student, said, "My house is near the school and to get some relaxation I come here daily and water the saplings I planted."
Headmaster P Sekar and teachers were present on the occasion. “Coronavirus is creating great fear among students, diverting their attention from studies.
With the help of his wife and two children, Kannan said that he set up a terrace garden at his house in Perambalur and grows vegetables by organic method and uses them for daily needs.
Tamilselvan claimed that in the last 10 years, he has brought new buildings for the Perambalur Government Hospital, schools and new bus stops.
It has announced more than 18 candidates. Ariyalur constituency candidate and party’s coordinator Thanga Shanmugasundaram speaking to TNIE, said, “Most of our candidates are farmers.
The walls of the classrooms are decorated in such a way that even without a teacher, the children get a chance to learn something worthwhile.
Shocked on seeing their fields inundated on Wednesday morning, over 200 farmers from Annamangalam village staged a protest on the Perambalur-Annamangalam road for three hours and demanded compensation
More than 70 acres of harvest-ready crops were inundated by water that breached through walls of a irrigation tank in Arasalur village near Perambalur on Wednesday.
Doctors said the 10-month-old baby had been dead in her womb for two days before the attempted delivery.
Two lakes in Perali village in Perambalur district are brimming after 11 years, thanks to the efforts of youth who toiled for over 6 years to restore them.
While R Geetha Rani is deputy director of health services, Nisha Parthiban is superintendent of police and district collector was V Santha till November 2 when she was replaced by P Sri Venkata Priya.