MP Chief Minister claimed that he would not allow release of Padmavati in the state since it contains scenes that breach the honor of the queen and distorts historical facts.
Indian Armed forces in continuous conflict with terrorism. 3 Laskar-e-Toiba militants killed this morning.
More than a year after the inauguration of the all-women facilitation centre in Egmore and Chennai Central railway stations, authorities claim that the situation has improved. “I have observed that women have started complaining and talking about their grievances. That itself is a progress,” said the Station Director (Egmore).
Differences over the use of M-Sand or manufactured sand have delayed the construction of a flyover at a crowded junction in Velachery
As Centre imposes 12% GST on sanitary napkins, people of Chennai talk about how the issue of sanitary napkins is beyond the figures.
The ongoing metro rail work and the monsoon rain have battered the city’s oldest road, Anna Salai. Craters and potholes have developed on the 13 km road which is the busiest in the city.
Though the Tamil Nadu Government opening coaching centres to train students for competitive exams including the controversial NEET, is seen as the need of the hour, there is no change in the Government’s stance on the issue.
Over 1.2 lakh fishermen in Chennai, Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur districts were affected when 251tonnes of oil was leaked on 28 January after two ships collided off the coast of Ennore. Nine months on, most of these fishermen have not received any compensation.
Less than a week after the High Court ruled that no special entry fee can entail closer proximity to deities in Tamil Nadu temples, some temples in the city are yet to implement the decision.
Residents of MKB Nagar in North Chennai are accusing the Chennai Corporation officials of apathy in clearing stagnant water contaminated by sewage among other things.