Following the demise of the Chitlapakkam resident Sethuraj after an EB pole fell on him Wednesday, residents have urged the officials to implement underground cables in the suburbs at the earliest.
2019 has so far been a disappointing one for Tamil cinema. Of the 150-odd movies that hit the screens this year hardly half-a-dozen managed to recover costs. Ask producers they say piracy is a major reason, while a few say the rising cost of remuneration for actors is the biggest hurdle. Amidst such a scenario comes ad-hoc committee of the Tamil Film Producers Council holding discussions with State government on the possibility of fixing the salary of actors and directors based on the theatrical collections of their films.
Chennai: Two-year-old Rohith Balaji, a resident of K K Nagar is a genius in making with his extra-ordinary memory power. The gifted toddler can reset the identification of puzzles while naming the things or animals without any difficulty. The puzzles are for the age group between 2 and 4 years old. But he started solving the puzzle when he was only 15 months.
The Rise India Trust chairman R Gandhi said that The Rise movement is willing to work closely with the government of Tamilnadu in strengthening a collaborative framework of global Tamil entrepreneurs and professionals. He further informed that more than one thousand delegates are expected to participate in the summit from over 35 countries.
The 109th annual session of The Southern India Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) was held recently in Chennai which saw the participation of Governor Banwarilal Purohut, MSME Additional Chief Secretary, Hans Raj Varma and Department of IT Secretary, Tamilnadu, Santhosh Babu among others.