The new building for District Library was inaugurated by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on 29 November via video conference. Since then, the facility has been functional at Kumaran Street, Pazhavanthangal. Continue Reading
The State government withheld its revised property tax and has constituted a four-member committee to study the representations made from several quarters on the revised tax. The announcement has evoked mixed response from residents, who have been fighting for reduction for long time now. Continue Reading
While there has been significant awareness about waste segregation and grey water harvesting in the city, only a handful practice eco-friendly approaches. Among the significant lot is, T S Vijayaraghavan, an advocate residing in Nanganallur. From his individual capacity, he has been doing composting, vermicomposting, managing terrace garden, harvesting kitchen water/grey/black water and has a biomethanation plant for the past six years.
For T Ponnammal, teaching has always been her calling. She made heads turn among education community after she bagged the ‘Best Teacher Award’ from Tamilnadu government. The honour was bestowed by Minister of School Education, KA Sengottaiyan in a ceremony held recently. Continue Reading
The 2019 Swachh Rail, Swachh Bharat ranking that ranks the stations based on several factors and Pazhavanthangal railway station in Chennai occupies the eighth place in the list of unclean stations in India.
The reasons are aplenty and obvious as far as Pazhavanthangal station is concerned. During several instances, residents of the neighbourhood and commuters have raised a range of problems.
Residents in the neighbourhood are worried about the state of Vembuli Amman Koil Road in Alandur. It may be noted that this is one of the key stretches that the residents use to reach Alandur Metro Station. Continue Reading
Ahead of Akshaya Tritiya, the Nanganallur chapter of Thamizhnadu Brahmin Association (Thambraas) distributed buttermilk in the neighbourhood. Continue Reading
In a matter of pride to the neighbourhood, Jaigopal Garodia Girls’ Higher Secondary School located in Fifth Main Road, Nanganallur, has produced 90 per cent all-pass candidates in class 11. But it is not just them, the government-run institution has recorded 91 pass pecentage in class 10 and 12. Continue Reading
Alagesan, a resident of Nanganallur, has been elected as the senior vice-president of Fistball Federation of India in the All India General Body Meeting held recently. Continue Reading