Tamilnadu’s Covid count inches towards 1.4 lakh-mark

Coronavirus cases inched towards the 1.40 lakh mark in Tamilnadu after the State reported 4,244 fresh cases, taking the tally to 1,38,470, even as the toll mounted to 1,966 with 68 more fatalities on Sunday. Continue Reading

Chilling details about fake SBI branch in Cuddalore

Two days after the arrest of a gang which ran a fake State Bank of India branch in Cuddalore district, startling revelations are being made about their motive and modus operandi. Continue Reading

TN places orders for 43,000 finger pulse oximeters

Stepping up its battle against Covid-19, the Tamilnadu government has placed orders for 43,000 finger pulse oximeters to monitor the oxygen level in blood in coronavirus patients. Continue Reading

TN govt acts against 23 private hospitals for not taking in Covid-19 patients

After reports alleged that some private hospitals listed on the government portal refused to take in coronavirus patients, the Tamilnadu Health department has removed 23 hospitals from the list of 230 institutions earlier deemed exclusive centres for Covid-19 treatment. Continue Reading

Coronavirus: 24 deaths in Chennai today

As many as 24 deaths were reported in Chennai due to coronavirus today morning. Four persons died at the Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital, four persons at the Omandhurar Hospital, four at Kilpauk Medical College, one person at Stanley Hospital and six more deaths at private hospitals. Continue Reading

College semester exams: TN CM writes to HRD Minister

Expressing inability to conduct the final semester exams by September in view of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami today urged the Centre to give the liberty to States to work out its own assessment methods without compromising on the quality and academic credibility. Continue Reading

CBI begins enquiry in Sathankulam case

CBI has begun investigations into the Santhankulam custodial torture which led to the deaths of Jeyaraj and his son Bennix. Continue Reading