A Tenkasi-based private hospital was accused of fleecing Covid-19 patients and their relatives by citing medical facilities, including oxygen supply here on Tuesday.
People from all walks of life have come forward to help those affected by the second wave of the pandemic.
Economix Consulting Group (ECG), a Chennai-based consulting firm conducted a study in Tenkasi and held around 7,300 minutes of interactions with nearly 300 stakeholders.
As many as two government school teachers and seven students tested Covid-19 positive in Alangulam on Monday.
'Tell him to come', writes Tenkasi youth on social media targeting Dhanush M Kumar, here's what the MP did
After meeting him, the MP promised that he would ensure his demands will be met once the MP funds were allotted by the Central government.
According to sources, Jada’s mother, Ester Sornam, brought the child to a medical shop ran by the said quack in Alangulam on Tuesday.
Returning Officer Rajamanoharan said that the polling staff and the booth agents of different political parties should have noticed the mismatch before Mathiyalagan voted.
Three persons including a woman teacher, her husband and a Tenkasi resident were arrested for sharing a picture of her postal ballot on social media here on Tuesday.
“While there are 69 pottery workers in the Ilanchi society which was started in 1959, the Thenpothai society which started its function in 1947 has 86 workers as members.
IT complex in Vilankurichi is coming up at a cost of Rs 114 crore; SEZ park to provide direct employment to 20,000 people and indirect employment to 40,000
However, it failed. Since then, we are protesting but in vain.
Calling the issue an eye-opener, the bench said a separate wing should be formed by the government to monitor print and television reports as well as social media and notify such matters to officials
In the video, passengers at the bus stand were seen preventing the accused from reaching the victim and taking away a liquor bottle which he hid inside his shirt
Speaking to mediapersons, district collector (Tirunelveli) V Vishnu urged the public not to take bath in waterbodies including the river Thamirabarani or take a selfie near them in view of the cyclone