Accidents are not new in Velacheri. Minor mishaps happen regularly due to the ever-increasing traffic. In a bid to help those who meet with accidents, Tansi Nagar Welfare Association has come up with a noble initiative.
There were two electrocution deaths recently at Chitlapakkam and Mugalivakkam. The situation is bad in Velacheri as well. Residents are used to seeing exposed junction boxes and heavy duty cables coiled on pavements. Very often, unaware of the danger, people step on the cables while walking and riding two-wheelers. Continue Reading
After years of delay, officials have given the consent and have confirmed to convert a plot located at Bethel Avenue, VGP Selva Nagar, into a playground. Continue Reading
The Blue Cross of India campus at Velacheri is filled with the barks, meows and chirps of animals and birds. And it is a pleasant surprise to see the inmates warm up to visitors. Cats, dogs and even cows walk past rubbing their bodies against you. Continue Reading
If your New Year resolution had ‘career change’ and your core proficiency involves content creation or sales, then there has never been a better time to consider upskilling yourself in digital marketing. With businesses cutting across sectors investing in enhancing their digital capabilities, this new-gen marketing channel is gaining prominence. Continue Reading
Cyclone Gaja wrecked havoc in many districts of Tamilnadu, and being a native of Pudukottai, C Marimuthu (60), a resident of Spic Nagar, Velacheri, could not sit idle when the catastrophe played out. He has already made two trips to the affected villages along with his office staff Venu to distribute relief materials. Continue Reading
Eikowa – an organisation working to improve access in the Indian art ecosystem hosted the artworks of 15 selected artists from across the country at Palladium, Velacheri, as a part of a weekend-long art and culture festivities from 2 to 4 November. Continue Reading
The officials’ team comprised 12 Corporation workers, five conservancy workers, one for fogging and one for spraying. Praising their dedication, he informed us that all of them have been working without leave for the past one month in Zone 13.
Before police patrolling became more systematic and CCTV cameras came into existence in the city, residents went to sleep trusting the frequent whistles of a Gurkha who dragged his lathi on the tarred road assuring everyone that all is well. Continue Reading
In two separate incidents at Velacheri and Guindy, the police have arrested four persons involved in abandoning newborn babies. Continue Reading