- TNAU predicts below par monsoon in seven districts
- Gun-toting film financier held after 11-hour ‘hostage’ drama
- Not a drop of Cauvery for people on its banks
- Chennai Corporation may hike IT firms' property tax by up to 200%
- Cancel big currency notes to control black money: TDP chief
- AP: Local body elections from June last week
- Vijayawada MP Lagadapati backs Sabitha, Dharmana
- Mamata violated model code, Congress tells poll panel
- Oommen Chandy bags UN award for mass contact programme
- China to consolidate Pakistan ties: Li Keqiang
- New CAG could have conflict of interest: BJP
- India always had consensus on Palestine: Salman Khurshid
After years of trying to stem the flow of road accidents, the Chennai City Traffic Police’s initiative to map out the most accident-prone zones and curb road-rage has worked wonders that the accidents in 2013 have been on the decline.
As accidents in the city involving school buses have been on the rise over the past two years, the authorities this time have come up with safety measures aimed at the benefit of thousands of students.
Writing to PM Manmohan Singh on the issue again, CM J Jayalalithaa drew his attention to the unanimous resolution passed by the state assembly on May 3 pressing for the retrieval of the islet in the Palk Strait.
After a long period of truce, the simmering feud between KPCC president Ramesh Chennithala and Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has come out into the open with the former lashing out against Chandy.
In keeping with the State policy of providing new cars to the newly sworn-in ministers, the government has purchased 20 Sports Utility Vehicles at a cost of Rs 14.2 lakh each.
Congress appears to be in a state of despair with three Lok Sabha members and one former Rajya Sabha member from Telangana threatening to join the TRS.
Jittery Rajasthan Royals beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by four wickets, qualifying for the Champion's League and will face Mumbai Indians for a place in the IPL final.
The number of highly skilled workers admitted would rise from 65,000 annually to 110,000, with the possibility of a further increase to 180,000, depending in part on unemployment levels.
- For team Rahul, it’s good politics that will yield rich dividends for poor Indians
- Four years of UPA-II
- Nine years as PM: What will be Manmohan Singh's legacy?
- Maharashtra’s aid to digitise rare manuscripts in Thanjavur
- 'Climate change may spell disaster for coastal economy'
- Lanka’s woman Thavil players fading away
- Pakistan's answer to electricity shortages: Don't wear socks
- All dead, no vultures fly in Andhra now!
- CM can go his way: Ramesh Chennithala
- BSNL Ernakulam posts Rs 390-crore turnover
- Knowledge and faith
- Names of UPA ministers will surface in IPL spot-fixing: Swamy
- BrahMos missile test fired from Russian warship
- Yasin Malik’s support for Sri Lanka Tamils a sham
- Incredible India! Cuppa at Rs 1,200 is Chiru’s idea of sustainable tourism
- Spot-fixing: CSK owner's relative under police scanner for Vindu connection
Will legalising betting in sports stop fixing?
Yes - 37%
No - 63%
Total number of votes: 35