SC stays proceedings of Jaya death probe

The hospital had moved the Supreme Court against the commission stating that it lacked medical expertise to understand the case. It wanted the setting up of a committee comprising experts from 21 medical departments to get to the bottom of the case. Continue Reading

Red alert to TN: Govt gears up to face cyclone Fani

Cyclone Fani in the Bay of Bengal is expected to bring heavy rainfall and brute winds to coastal Tamilnadu and Puducherry next week and the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued ‘red alert’ in the State for 30 April and 1 May. Continue Reading

Lankan refugees in a dilemma on returning home: S C Chandrahasan

Sri Lanka refugees living in Tamilnadu who had wished to go back to their nation are in a dilemma after the deadly bomb blasts on Easter Sunday, in which 310 people were killed. Continue Reading

India Thowheed Jamaath leader condemns Lankan blasts

Expressing his condolences, S M Backer, who is the leader of ITJ located in Chennai, said It was an attack on the entire humanity and the people involved should be given maximum punishment and it must be carried out in the public. Continue Reading

Top five reasons why Chennai’s polling turnout was dismal

With an overall voter turnout of 59.01 per cent, the three Lok Sabha constituencies in Chennai recorded some of the poorest stats in Tamilnadu. Continue Reading

Former CEC talks about VVPAT, bribing of voters & social media campaigns

“If any voter finds anything wrong in the slip, a complaint can be made to the Election Officer immediately. But, if the complaint is not proper, there is a provision to initiate action against the voter concerned.” Continue Reading