There is a general perception among sportspersons that blood donation will lead to body weakness and poor performance in games. But meet R Ethirajan (50) who has etched his name not only in sports but also in blood donation. Continue Reading
The veterinary hospital at Arignar Anna Zoological Park, Vandalur, has now been equipped with a high-end, totally mobile and portable digital radiography unit, which is said to be the first of its kind in any zoo in India. Continue Reading
Ahead of the Vaikunta Ekadasi festival, 18 December, special arrangements are being made at the Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple.
On the auspicious day, the Sorgavasal will be opened. As nearly one lakh people are expected to turn up for the ritual, the temple authorities along with the police department have made arrangements to ensure the safety of the people and for smooth darshan.
The infamous duo who used Google Maps to break into houses located in the posh areas of Chennai were brought to the city for a crime scene enactment by the police. Continue Reading
A farmer lost Rs 1.80 lakh money kept in his motorcycle side box on Wednesday at Redhills Main Road. Based on the complaint lodged by him, police have collected the CCTV footage of two men taking the cash from the motorcycle. Continue Reading
Burglars decamped with cash and gold from a house at Triplicane, when the woman was drying the clothes at the terrace.
According to the police, Venmathi (42), a resident of Pazhani Amman Koil Third Street, Triplicane, lived on the first floor of a house with her husband Selva, a swimming coach. Continue Reading
A rowdy with as many as nine cases pending against him has been admitted to government hospital after three unknown persons brutally attacked him last evening. Continue Reading
After poor show of Northeast monsoon, hope for rain has revived again as Met Department said the well marked low pressure area over Bay of Bengal is likely to intensify into a cyclone and will cross Tamilnadu coast. Continue Reading
Governor Banwarilal Purohit today said colleges should lay stress on the inculcation of skills that will enable the students to find a useful role in the employment arena. Continue Reading
“The physiological nature of a woman’s body protects her kidney until she reaches menopause; however, renal health gets affected post the stage. Despite differences from that of men’s organs, records state that more women come forward to donate their kidneys,” noted Osmania Medical College and Hospital Department of Nephrology professor and head, Dr Manisha Sahay. Continue Reading