the eastern part of Ambattur has the famous Prasanna Vinayagar Swamy temple and Raghavendra Swamy Brindavan at Indian Bank Colony and the Brindavan also has a Ghosala or pasu madam that is being maintained and run by Sri Vijayeendra Gho-Samrakshana Trust. Continue Reading
The organisation has 50 branches all over the State and four more branches overseas in countries such as France, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Switzerland. Continue Reading
Four students have been taken into police custody for damaging a MTC bus at Ambattur on 13 February. Police said the incident took place due to an ‘internal fight’ among the students and a search is on for three more youth. Continue Reading
Ooruni Maiyam has been in the forefront when it comes to fighting for rights. After months of striving hard for things to be done at Amabttur Railway Station, their attempts have finally started to bear fruit. Continue Reading
Sathishkumar Pichandi, a software professional at Ambattur here, works for the cause of saving palm trees. Now famously known as ‘Panai’ Sathish, he went on a 550-odd km cycle trip recently for the sake of palm, which is the State tree of Tamilnadu. Continue Reading
tudents at corporation Higher Secondary school at Kallikuppam in Ambattur have to deal with lack of proper restrooms, residents claimed. Continue Reading
The Royal Flats Residents’ Welfare Association came into being in 2005, got registered in 2010 and has been working for the benefit of residents in fixing civic issues since then. Continue Reading
The zonal health team also creates awareness among people by providing health education and teaching residents the dos and don’ts. “Stickers are pasted over compound walls for even the passerby to get to know what s/he must do,” said Sheela. Continue Reading
Suresh said due to people not being able to afford the amount, as most families in the area run on a monthly salary, they simply had to let sewage into SWDs which in turn pollutes Ambattur lake.
“Times have changed now. People are running all the time. One purpose of yoga is stress management. When they master it, we have seen proof of people becoming more creative and acceptive of the society,” added Sekar, who is part of a 40-member team which helps school children.