Informed sources said that a well-oiled network of staff at the Govt Tiruvannamalai Medical College Hospital had been part of the racket to smuggle out Remdesivir.
The sleuths wound up the raids in Tiruvannamalai at 5 pm on Friday. As many 110 staffers of the I-T department were involved in the raids.
When the I-T men were searching the premises, Velu, along with other seven candidates of his party, was attending the poll campaign meeting, which Stalin was addressing
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According to police sources, Duraikannu, a resident of Sirukilambadi village in Kalasapakkam, and Durai had a dispute over the purchase of a land.
The release of the data came after one of the members of the victim’s family claimed to have not received the compensation during the DMK’s ‘Ungal Thoguthiyil Stalin’
The children, who are getting ready for the public examinations due in a few months, find it easier to grasp the lessons during physical classes.
"Why should I take the vaccine. They are trying to hold the trial using us even before complete data on trials, efficacy and safety is released," said a govt medical college professor
Incidentally, he began practising yoga just after the COVID-19 outbreak hit the country and mastered it in a few months
Bastar district administration contacted locals from Prakash's village who further helped in tracing his parents, who had lodged a missing person report a decade back at the local police station.
Photos in the tagged section of her Instagram page showed Sanchita on top of the 2668-feet-tall hill performing Maha Deepam dharshan. The photos had been uploaded three days earlier.
Meanwhile, an elderly man named Settu died at Kamandalapuram village on Wednesday. “During funeral procession, his family members and relatives proceeded to the crematorium.
“We have been demanding construction of a minor bridge across the river so that we can have easy access to Padavedu. But no one cared to take necessary action to end our woes,” rued a villager
Devesh Sai of Tiruvannamalai performed a five-minute-long act and held 15 lamps on his body, much to the amazement of the audience at a Babaji Ashram in the temple town on Wednesday.
A total of 671 functionaries were held in Kilpennathur, Mangalam, Chengam, Thandrampet, Polur, Arni, Cheyyar, and Vandavasi in Tiruvannamalai, police said.