Air Force bombs terror camps across LoC, Many ultras killed

Combat jets of the Indian Air Force bombed terror camps at multiple locations across the Line of Control on the Pakistani side in a pre-dawn strike today, 12 days after the Pakistan-based terror group, Jaish-e-Mohammed carried out the Pulwama attack in Kashmir. Continue Reading

TN Govt schools get a host of new facilities

Focusing on uplift of school education, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami inaugurated a host of buildings, including classrooms, labs, toilets, at various schools across the State through video-conferencing from the Secretariat here today. Continue Reading

Explained: How Palaniswami proved he is Dhoni of TN politics

Today, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami has successfully completed two years in office. When the announcement about his becoming Chief Minister was made in 2017, many were surprised. And there were many others who predicted that his government would not last long. But, Palaniswami has proved his critics wrong. Continue Reading

Govt Girls School bags 2nd prize in R-Day event in Chennai

Students from Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Ashok Nagar, won second prize at the cultural events organised during the Republic Day celebrations at Kamarajar Salai. Continue Reading

AIADMK will support a party that will protect TN’s interests: CM

A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the BJP was open to alliances and that it cherished its old friends, Tamilnadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami said his party would support a party at the Centre that would strive to protect the interests of Tamilnadu post the Lok Sabha elections. Continue Reading

HIV blood given to pregnant woman in TN; All units under scanner

Following the tragic incident in which a pregnant woman from Virudhunagar was transufed with HIV infected blood, all the blood that has been stored in government and private blood banks in the district will be retested. Continue Reading

Cyclone caused massive destruction: Central team

All the areas we inspected saw massive destruction by cyclone Gaja,” said Union Home Affairs Ministry Joint Secretary Daniel Richard who is heading the seven member Central team which is currently accessing cyclone Gaja-hit areas. Continue Reading

Rain: Showers predicted for Chennai, suburbs

At last, after days of longing, Chennai received its fair share of rainfall from the rainiest month of the year not from a cyclone but from a mere low pressure area which has now prevented a monsoon failure in the city. Continue Reading