11:11 Hall at Ashok Nagar is a place of knowledge & spiritual abundance

Are you looking for a place to pray and meditate with good ambience and vibrations? Wait no more. Head to 11:11 Meditation Hall at 7th Avenue, Ashok Nagar. Continue Reading

CMRL makes Metro card mandatory for parking

If you are a Metro train user and parking vehicle at stations, make sure to get a Metro travel card. Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has implemented a new rule for the two-wheeler and four-wheeler parking in all its stations. Travellers who use the Metro space must pay the money only through the Metro travel card from this month. Continue Reading

Veteran Lalitha receives Best Librarian Award in Chennai

J Lalitha, a resident of Bharathidasan Colony, K K Nagar, received the Best Librarian Award during the 127th birth anniversary celebration of S R Ranganathan who is known as the Father of Library Science, 12 August. Continue Reading

Bodybuiler & Arjuna Awardee Bhaskaran shares his success story

S Bhaskaran (41), bodybuiler and a resident of MGR Nagar in K K Nagar will receive Arjuna Award, which is awarded to recognise outstanding achievement in sports, by the government of India. He is practicing the sport for more than 20 years. Continue Reading

Villupattu exponents Subbu Arumugam, daughter get TN awards

The Chief Minister presented Kalaimamani awards to artistes for the years 2011 to 2018. Subbu Arumugam (92), whose name is synonymous with the art of villupattu, was conferred the Bharathi award (2018) and his daughter, Bharathi Thirumagan, the Kalaimamani award for 2015. Continue Reading

Review: ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ – Tarantino at his best

Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie in lead roles. It is about Hollywood’s golden age set in 1969 in Los Angeles where Rick Dalton (DiCaprio) grieving over his fading career with his friend and stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt). The movie is produced by Heyday Films and distributed by Sony Pictures in India. Continue Reading

Chennai Bharathidasan Colony residents segregate waste themselves

Setting an example for others, the Bharathidasan Colony residents at K K Nagar have taken upon themselves the initiative of segregating trash and putting them in the bins provided by the Chennai Corporation. Continue Reading