3-year-old Prajna Sri in Chennai creates record

Prajna Sri from Saligramam made history recently. The pre-KG student at Little Millennium School created a record under the ‘Young Achievers Category’ in India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records by identifying 206 human bones in one minute 35 seconds and also for identifying the maximum number of biological terms in the human body in a minute. Continue Reading

Traders federation seeks police action against writer Jeyamohan

Provision shop-owner Selvam was arrested for assaulting Jeyamohan over a dispute recently. The peravai members met the SP today and told him that they have evidence that Jeyamohan also hit Selvam and wanted a case registered against him. Continue Reading

Maiden session of 17th Lok Sabha begins; PM, Members take oath

Leader of the House and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Home Minister Amit Shah were among those who took oath as Members of the 17th Lok Sabha that commenced here today. Continue Reading

A few creating false image as if Chennai facing acute crisis: Velumani

Municipal Administration Minister S P Velumani said a few people are creating a false image that Chennai is facing acute water scarcity. Addressing mediapersons after a review meeting about the water crisis, he said no hotels have so far been shut down due to water scarcity. Continue Reading

Tamilnadu engineering counselling from 25 June: Anna University

Unlike previous years when Anna University released the TNEA rank list, the 2019 rank list will be released by TNDTE and published online on the official website tneaonline.in. It will also be available on tndte.gov.in website. Continue Reading

Doctors’ all-India strike hits Tamilnadu government hospitals

The Indian Medical Association (IMA) had announced a couple of days ago a nationwide strike Monday, sympathising with the intern doctor who was attacked murderously in a West Bengal hospital, and seeking safety for doctors in general. Continue Reading

World Cup: Bhuvneshwar ruled out of next 2-3 games due to injury

Pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar was on Sunday ruled out of India’s, at least, next two World Cup games after developing a niggle in his left hamstring during the clash against Pakistan. Continue Reading

Parliament session begins tomorrow

The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in its first meeting recently approved the summoning of the 17th Lok Sabha on 17 June (Monday) and subject to the exigencies of Government Business, the session will conclude on 26 July (Friday), an official statement said. Continue Reading