• Sat, Feb 22, 2020
  • During the programme, the Chief Minister also listed out a series of new infrastructure development projects.
    Dr Sivanthi Aditanar memorial at Tiruchendur inaugurated by TN CM
    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Saturday inaugurated the memorial od Dr Sivanthi Aditanar organised by the Department of Information and Public Relations.Collector Sandeep Nanduri, while addressing the mediapersons on Monday, said the Chief Minister, during his schedule at Tiruchendur, would extend welfare assistance to around 2,000 beneficiaries through various schemes. During the programme, the Chief Minister also listed out a series of new infrastructure development projects.Further, under the ‘One Nation One Ration Card’ initiative by the Centre,  as many as 318 card holders had been benefited from this scheme after buying essential commodities from various fair price shops.Under the initiative, the eligible beneficiaries could procure their entitled foodgrains under the National Food Security Act from a ration...
  • Trump-Modi meet: A golden opportunity for nuke deal II Trump-Modi meet: A golden opportunity for nuke deal II

    The US President’s maiden visit is a golden opportunity that should not be missed. The nuclear agreement II suggested will be a mega, path-breaking deal of great value to humanity, one that will...

  • EVP Studios was banned for shoots after earlier accidents: FEFSI member EVP Studios was banned for shoots after earlier accidents: FEFSI member

    On Wednesday night, a major accident occurred on the sets of Indian 2 by director Shankar that was being shot at EVP Studios, Nazarathpet, when a crane being operated to move the sets, toppled over...

  • ‘Nutri Garden’ works to begin during summer vacation ‘Nutri Garden’ works to begin during summer vacation

    State-run schools with anganwadi kitchens are all set to start working on the government decided organic vegetable gardens ahead of the summer vacation. The project will involve students and teachers...

  • Trumping Howdy Modi with Kem Cho Trumping Howdy Modi with Kem Cho

    Amid expectations of a closer bonding between India and the US, the Modi government is going all out to welcome the US First Family

  • Post budget push: CM follows Jaya’s way with Rule 110 announcements Post budget push: CM follows Jaya’s way with Rule 110 announcements

    The state budgets tabled by finance ministers are slowly becoming ledger papers losing their sheen, thanks to the suo motu 110 statements of chief ministers in the Assembly.

  • Doctors criticise changes to Clinical Establishments Act Doctors criticise changes to Clinical Establishments Act

    The Doctors’ Association in the state came down heavily on the amendments made by the Clinical Establishments Act after it was implemented since February 14 this year, prohibiting small blood testing...

  • Delimitation of wards again in Pernambut Delimitation of wards again in Pernambut

    The Vellore-based RDMA (Regional Director of Municipal Administration) on Friday ordered that the delimitation of wards in Pernambut municipality be undertaken again by a special committee after...

  • Gang snatches student’s phone at knifepoint Gang snatches student’s phone at knifepoint

    A gang of four allegedly attacked a student and relieved him of his mobile phone at Washermenpet on Thursday.

  • Don’t poke nose into India’s affairs, Venkaiah warns West Don’t poke nose into India’s affairs, Venkaiah warns West

    Sending a strong message to Western countries interfering in the internal affairs of India, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu on Friday said that India is capable of deciding on its own issues.