Three govt schools in Tiruchy district have had phenomenal admissions this year. However, none of them have more than 12 classrooms. They are worried given the SOP allowing only 20 students per class
Though the civic body recently conducted desilting of drainages at few places, residents have urged action in the remaining places as well
According to sources, the corporation would be able to conduct the laying of such roads after finishing UGD works in these areas.
Senior Corporation officials said they will consider the issue and take necessary action.
With the announcement of resuming classes from 1-8 from November 1 and Deepavali around the corner, the footfall has increased and is expected to further increase in the coming days.
According to officials, the PHC is always crowded because it covers four wards and six sectors of the Tiruchy Corporation.
Road safety activists point to a lack of milling process prior to relaying as the major cause for roads like Anna Nagar Main Road suffering potholes in the same spots once again.
Scenes from the Tamil film Mandela played out at a village in Tiruchy district on Tuesday, after a candidate contesting for the post of village panchayat president secured victory by a single vote.
Synthetic stone merchants in the city are slowly recovering from the loss owing to the pandemic and have hopes on coming festival season to see increase in business.
In the past 10 days the price has increased twice as much. On Monday, a kg of onion was sold at Rs 40.
United under the banner ‘Tiruchy Pasumai Patru’, a team of 10 transwomen set up a shop for juice, coffee, knick-knacks, and ornamental plants in 2017.
Corporation officials said the civic body is having plans to place cameras in areas where there is too much littering.
Says Raja (80), a street dweller at the Central Bus Stand, “I left my home about 40 years ago and I am not in touch with any of my family members.
Residents opined that the Corporation should also take efforts to ensure the installation of RWH systems in all buildings by offering subsidy.
The expansion is set to start from Thanthai Periyar Bridge in Musiri and run up to Valvelputhur, the final point under the control of Tiruchy division of NHAI.