- Brutal heat wave in Andhra claims 190 lives in one day
- UPA government planning to put rural India in online mode
- No chance of early polls, says Chandrababu Naidu
- Kottayam gets tag of first mural city
- Tamil Nadu: Furious fire victims reject Rs 5k relief
- Centre sanctions 3rd NIMZ, world pharma trade centre for Andhra
Legendary playback singer T M Soundararajan, whose voice defined the politically-charged scene of Tamil cinema in the 1960s and ’70s, passed away here on Saturday after developing severe breathing difficulty.
The campus, whose roads were ideal to test one’s spine, is now a fine stretch of asphalt. But, it does not have a single speed-breaker, making it dangerously prone to accidents.
City residents belonging to low-income groups living in several colonies are in dread over the approaching monsoon as they anticipate several civic problems that accompany the rain.
The Union Ministry of Rural Development allocated Rs 1,701.77 crore for implementation of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in Tamil Nadu during the year 2013-14.
“I’ll not wait for long.I have many things to speak out on my eight years in office as KPCC president,” Ramesh Chennithala said, hinting that he will be forced to spill the beans if a solution to the stalemate is not forthcoming soon.
Hitting back at the BJP for opposing the Congress government’s fresh budget to be tabled in July, Chief Minister said the people of the state had given the mandate for Congress and not for the BJP.
In the capital city, temperatures hovered around 42 degree Celsius and the maximum recorded was 42.2 degree celsius which has claimed many lives across state.
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- Woolwich attack provokes anti-Muslim backlash across UK
- Bangladesh allows transit for foodgrains for Northeast India
- Increasing friction between the Chandy and Chennithala factions
Along with BCCI president N Srinivasan, should IPL chief Rajiv Shukla take moral responsibility for the spot-fixing scam and step down?
Yes - 92%
No - 8%
Total number of votes: 51