Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin on Monday urged Union Home Minister Amit Shah to intervene to facilitate early sanction of Rs 6230.45 crore flood relief to the state by the Centre.
The volunteers are still identifying people who have lost their houses in Chennai and neighbouring districts.
On recording the submissions, the judge held that the petitioner could establish a prima facie case and the death of the mother of the petitioner occurred due to the illegal operation conducted by...
Tamilaga Vivasayigal Sangam Ranipet district president CS Mani said “We were totally aggrieved as the crop damage we suffered due to fields being inundated by rain water was similar to the suffering...
As the number of students is increasing in government medical colleges, the association has also demanded 20 to 30 per cent additional teaching faculties.
The legal coordination committee members for government doctors have presented their demands to Health Minister Ma Subramanian on Friday, including pay-hike, and COVID relief.
The Former Chief Minister and AIADMK Coordinator also urged the State to ensure that the food grains are stored and stocked in godown so that they are protected from heavy rains.
At one point, the wave threatened to swallow the State’s health infrastructure, which was overwhelmed by an acute shortage of hospital beds and medical oxygen. The ambulances that lined up for over...
Rs 132 crore to be spent in Chennai, besides another Rs 65 crore by the Municipal Administration Dept
The State government on Thursday issued a government order (GO) allotting Rs 5 crore more for the Tamil Nadu Child Victim Compensation Fund setup under the Pocso Act.