Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami said the lockdown period has been extended based on the discussions with the District Collectors, Health Experts committee, and senior Ministers.
With snakes slithering out and snake catchers locked in, the business of venom extraction was brought to a complete halt,denying the basic needs of livelihood to the Irula community.Naaz Ghani reports
The admissions to classes I, VI, and IX began at the government primary, middle, and high schools on August 17.
Left with no other option, several people had been abstinent from alcohol for a considerable period of time during the lockdown.
Before entering the premises of the shrine, the temperatures of the people were checked and they were provided hand sanitiser.
After the government relaxed some restrictions and permitted shopping malls and hotels to function from Tuesday, many have come up with a detailed sanitation and safety regime to ensure a smooth run
Policemen could be seen warning those who ventured out on streets without any valid reason in several regions.
Working under the banner of Nal Ullangal Trust, the alumnus of the college distribute lunch packets to 100 people on Sundays.
Consumers lament that they faced severe hardships when forced to pay accumulated electricity bills during the lockdown period.
However, big places of worship including temples, mosques and churches across the State will remain closed until further announcements.
"We are a welfare state. The issue of revenue will definitely arise for the state but children have to be provided with necessary nutrition as they are the future of the country," said the bench
On Friday, the TNCA sent a letter to Chennai Corporation, requesting them to allow reopening the grounds, or at least the MA Chidambaram Stadium, for practice.
While dine-in services are allowed in 50 per cent of the seats in restaurants and tea shops between 6 am and 7 pm in Chennai, public worship is allowed in small places of worship for rest of state.
Krishnaperumal, a class 11 student, took up the job as the income of his father — Balasubramanian, a crystal salt vendor — started seeing a decline.
Sources told Express that the state has been able to generate enough power as commercial organisations, including malls, as well as Chennai Metro Rail are not functioning