The wait for the leopard, holed up inside the warehouse to enter the cage on its own, entered the third day on Wednesday.
A special team was constituted by the Saravanampatti police and found that tuition teacher, Manimaran (40) was allegedly involved. Police registered a case under Protection of Children from Sexual...
Acting on information from villagers, the police found the youth lying dead along Noyyal River near Thennamanallur Road on Wednesday and arrested 10 persons on charges of murder. The identity of the...
The issue came into spotlight after environmental activists raised concerns over the presence of napkin and mask among other plastic items in the elephant dung found on the Marudhamalai hill stretch.
“As Somayampalayam panchayat is located in the foothills of Western Ghats, there is a possibility for frequent visits by elephants, wild boar and deer from the adjoining forest area.
The Podanur police conducted a detailed study of the CCTV visuals obtained from the nearby shop and identified two ward functionaries of Hindu Munnani.
Masks, napkins and other plastic items are increasing being ingested by wild animals, including elephants, conservation activists say.
The Forest Department could not find any evidence of snaring in the vicinity.
The Dravidar Kazhagam (DK) and the TPDK are conducting protests across Tamil Nadu against the desecration of a statue of Periyar, the father of the Dravidian movement, at Vellalore in Coimbatore.
The forehead of the statue, erected in 2005 in front of the Thanthai Periyar Library, was smeared with saffron powder, which was noticed by the residents in the early hours, police said.