More than four lakh flowers of 27 varieties are on display at the exhibition which will be open to the public till June 5.
The schools in Tamil Nadu reopened for classes 1 to 12 on February 1, after being shut following the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Tamil Nadu government showcased the Republic Day tableau, which was rejected by a Central committee, depicting a statue of Queen Velu Nachiyar riding a horse with a sword in hand and women soldiers.
The Chennai Corporation has kept 52 boats and 507 water pumps in readiness.
Alternate day attendance, 20 students per classroom: Schools, colleges reopen in Tamil Nadu amid Covid protocol
The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu M K Stalin said the parents and teachers should realise that reopening of schools and colleges has been allowed considering the educational and psychological concerns of students.
The Tamil Nadu chief minister, M K Stalin has announced the distribution of COVID-19 relief kits containing 13 grocery items to all rice cardholders in the state free of cost during the month of June.
With a view to intensify the measures for preventing further spread of COVID-19, Chief Minister MK Stalin announced that full lockdown will be in force for two weeks in Tamil Nadu from May 10. Here are the major services that will be allowed to function and those prohibited.
Four states and one UT fought elections over almost two months even as the country had its own battles to fight an invisible coronavirus. Here are a few glimpses of how party leaders celebrated their victories.
As voters came out to exercise their franchise on the busiest day of this election season, Tamil Nadu is scripting a political history which will not only decide the next five years but the decades ahead.
Despite the sincere efforts, many localities in Chennai witnessed waterlogging as Cyclone Nivar made landfall.Heavy downpour triggered by very severe cyclonic storm Nivar lashed Puducherry and its suburbs on Thursday, uprooting trees, damaging electric poles and leaving several areas inundated
Cyclone Nivar: Heavy rains leave Chennai waterlogged, authorities say major flooding like 2015 impossible
Chennai on Tuesday received over 100 mm of rainfall which led to waterlogging in many parts of the city.
Braving coronavirus fears, TNIE lensman Shiba Prasad Sahu has captured the lives of people and that journey continued even after his encounter with the deadly virus, when he shot with his mobile camera giving us a closer view of what happens in a COVID-19 ward during treatment. Shiba is thankful to all the dedicated healthcare workers who make sure every patient goes home cured. Here's a look at how time passes in the Govt Medical College, Omandurar Estate, Chennai.
The Tamil Nadu government has issued a notification as per the recommendation of an experts committee for changing the names of 1,018 places, including of many important places the capital. Hereafter the District Collector will take steps for changing the names of these places through the local bodies concerned. Check out 14 Chennai neighbourhoods that will get a revised name tag under the new move.
Lockdown 4.0: 7 things Chennai residents should know as Tamil Nadu extends statewide restrictions till May 31
Many relaxations introduced as the part of lockdown 4.0 is not applicable to Chennai limits as the number of coronavirus cases remains unchecked in the district. Here are seven things Chennaiites must need to know.
As Tamil Nadu enters a four-day intense lockdown, with many of us retreating to the safe confines of our homes, for those on the roads, very little has changed. The TNIE lensmen bring us a glimpse of those who have made the outside their home.