Lockdown extended in Tamilnadu till 31 August

Tamilnadu government today announced the extension of lockdown till midnight of 31 August. Continue Reading

Associations come together to fight coronavirus in Chennai

As Tamilnadu battles Covid 19, the united alliance of multiple powerful Jain organisations have come together to help in the fight against Coronavirus that is claiming many lives each day. Continue Reading

Lockdown extension: TN CM’s crucial discussion with health team

Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami is set to take an all-important decision of extending lockdown in Tamilnadu, after a meeting with the medical experts’ committee at the Secretariat in Chennai today. Continue Reading

Centre to send special team to TN to assess corona situation?

With Covid-19 figures increasing in a dramatic manner, the Union government, sources say, has decided to send a special team of experts to Tamilnadu to assess the situation and assist the State government. Continue Reading

TN appoints 2,000 more nurses for Chennai and neighbouring districts

The Tamilnadu government today appointed 2,000 nurses to take care of Covid-19 patients in Chennai and its neighbouring districts of Thiruvallur, Chengalpet and Kancheepuram. Continue Reading

No community spread in Tamilnadu: CM

Amid fears that there is community spread of Covid-19 in Tamilnadu, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami today asserted that there was no community transmission in the State. Continue Reading

Woman IAS officer, DMK MLA test positive for Covid-19

After hitting general public hard, Covd-19 is now spreading among prominent persons of Tamilnadu, so to speak. Continue Reading

Editorial: Statutory Earning

The Delhi and Andhra Pradesh governments, which reopened wine shops earlier this week, have drastically increased the prices of liquor.

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Tamilnadu recruits 1,000 more nurses, extends doctors’ services

Continuing efforts to ramp-up healthcare workforce in the fight against COVID-19, Tamilnadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami today said over 1,000 nurses have been recruitedand announcedretaining the services of government doctors, set to retire this month. Continue Reading