Based on the Japanese horror flick, Ju-On: The Grudge, this latest film (also a sequel to the 2004 movie) is yet another dose of uninspiring drama. Cliche can be the only word to describe The Grudge 2020 as it does not offer anything new, except a bunch of typical scary sequences all squeezed together in an overused screenplay
Kerala court junks actor Dileep’s plea
A trial court today dismissed a plea filed by Malayalam film actor Dileep, who is an accused in the case of alleged abduction and molestation of a south Indian actress in 2017,seeking to exclude him from the list of accused
Narayanapuram lake gets fresh lease of life
On the lines of Madipakkam lake which is now a must-visit place for many, thanks to the facilities here, the Narayanapuram lake in the locality too is being given a fresh lease of life.
Ramapuram gets “third eye”
While there is an alarming rise in the crime rate in and around Porur, the residents of Ramapuram have come up with a precautionary method to safeguard the residents. The Kurinji Nagar House Owners’ Welfare Association installed a number of 75 CCTV IP (Internet Protocol) cameras with 5 MP resolution.
04 January, 2020
From waste to manure
At a time when local bodies in the suburban areas are finding it difficult to dispose their garbage, Sembakkam Municipality has managed to generate 370 tonnes manure per year, from the waste collected in the neighbourhood.
Thirumangalam Metro sees huge footfall
The Metro railway station at Thirumangalam is one of the busiest place in city. Number of passengers using the station has crossed more than 10,000 on weekdays since 1 December, 2019. It is followed by Chennai Central and Airport stations, each with an average daily passengers of 9,000
Tamilnadu urban civic polls soon: SEC
State Election Commissioner R Palaniswamy today said elections for urban local bodies like city Corporations and Municipalities will be held at the earliest.
Hong Kong steps up response to disease from China
Hong Kong authorities activated a newly created ‘serious response’ level as fears spread about a mysterious infectious disease that may have been brought back by visitors to a mainland Chinese city.
Indonesian Flood: Death toll increases
Tens of thousands of Indonesians were still unable to return to their waterlogged homes Saturday after flooding hit the Jakarta capital region, killing at least 53 people, authorities said.