Beating the cutout ban

November 7, 2017 students 0

The ruling faction of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam(AIDMK) has come up with an unconventional idea to bypass the recent ruling by the Madras High Court which banned posters and flex boards that use photographs of living persons.

New screening device for breast cancer

November 7, 2017 students 0

CURA’s illumina 360° can detect breast anomalies several years ahead of prevalent breast cancer screening methods without causing pain due to compression, without non-ionizing radiation and without human touch.

Cooum bank dwellers stay put

November 7, 2017 students 0

Despite the threat of floods, slum dwellers along the Cooum River refuse to leave their residence and move to safety as they would be far removed from their places of livelihood.

Monsoon is bad news in Koyambedu

November 7, 2017 students 0

The North East monsoon has brought Koyambedu market to its knees. Apart from fluctuating prices, the poor maintenance of the market bothers the vendors here.

Autos charge more during rain

November 7, 2017 students 0

Autorickshaw drivers in the city justified the hike in fares during the rainy season saying that they needed the money for maintenance of their vehicles.

Nepalese seek livelihood in TN

November 6, 2017 students 0

The southern state of India, Tamil Nadu has become the major destination for Nepalese who want to earn a livelihood. The Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship-1950 which allowed citizens of both countries to move without a visa has helped these migrant workers.