Triple Talaq bill moved in Rajya Sabha

Urging members to approve “The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2019”, Ravi Shankar Prasad said the practice of triple talaq is continuing despite the Supreme Court banning the same through its judgement. Continue Reading

Why CB-CID took over Tirunelveli triple murder

Initially, investigators believed it was a murder for gain as the gold jewellery and valuables from the house were missing. Later, the post mortem report revealed the trio were tortured for sometime before being killed. This turned into a major clue, as robbers do not stay at a crime scene for long. All three deceased were found with stab wounds and lying in a pool of blood. Continue Reading

Special students prove their capability through ‘Amritapaanam’

he theme for this cafe project was how to make Amritapaanam – juices to beat the heat of summer. To usher in the mood, the staff and students wore dresses in sunshine yellow, sported sunglasses off and on and served cold juices (with yummy snacks) in style.
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Power shutdown in Chennai 31 July

Purushothaman Nagar 1st Main Road, 2nd Road, 3rd,4th ,5th Main Road, Sundrathammal Colony, Karumariamman Koil Street, Balaji Nagar, Hasthinapuram Main Road, Netaji Nagar, Bajanai Koil Street, Gangaiamman Nagar, Sriram Nagar, Jai Nagar, Katariamnal Nagar, Srinivasan Street, Mullai Street and SBI Colony. Continue Reading

Two-way traffic now at Nandanam junction

At Nandhanam junction, the vehicles plying on Anna Salai from Saidapet will be allowed straight towards Teynampet, right towards Chamiers Road and free left towards Venkat Narayana Road. There will be no change in the movement of vehicles on Anna Salai from Teynampet towards Saidapet. Continue Reading

International conference on diabetes, pregnancy

Gestational diabetes has emerged as a critical issue not just during pregnancy but as a precursor of diabetes and heart disease in women. It also has trans generational and multi generational impact affecting the future generations in very serious ways. Continue Reading

Scholarship for doctors

Selected students will be rewarded according to their all India rank. Free for all courses (including classroom courses, online test series & postal courses) across India will be provided to the students who will grab top 10 ranks across the country. Fifty per cent discount on all courses (including classroom courses, online test series & postal courses) across India will be given to those who score 11-20 ranks across the country. Ranks 21 to 50 will be rewarded with 25 per cent discount on all courses and 10 per cent discount will be given to those who grab 51 to 100 all India rank. Continue Reading

How Easter bombings hit Lanka worse than ethnic war

“Almost 100% of my business is gone. There are days without a single sale,” said Jayasena, 76, looking grief-stricken as he went through the previous days accounts. We had a war that raged for years, but we had good business. Bombs exploded in Colombo city itself, but that did not affect our business,” he said. Continue Reading

Aussies see bright light in sky, expert says could be Chandrayaan-2

“Interestingly, earlier today India launched its second moon mission Chandrayaan-2 so it seems a really good bet that this is that engaging its engine to move towards the moon. It’s not quite a sign of an alien life – it’s a sign of India going to the moon,” he said. Continue Reading

ISI info helped CIA track down & kill Osama in Pakistan: PM Khan reveals

“Here we were an ally of the US and the US did not trust us. And they actually came and bombed and killed a man in our territory, Imran said. When pointed out that Osama was not just a man, but a terrorist who killed more than 3,000 Americans, Khan said that Pakistan lost 70,000 people in this fight. Continue Reading