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.
Sleuths of Income-Tax (I-T) carried out raids at the offices and ashram of ‘Kalki’ Sri Bhagavan in the city. Continue Reading
There is a good news and a bad news for Velacheri Railway Station. The good: It is going to developed as a model railway station, with lot of improvement work in the pipeline. And, the bad: A survey has listed it as one of the ‘dirtiest railways stations in India’ Continue Reading
Arulmigu Sri Gangaiamman Temple is being worshipped by the people of Velacheri village for many centuries now. Located at Brahmin Street near Ram Nagar, the deity is seen as one of the protectors of the village. Continue Reading
While Chennai and suburban areas received showers this morning, the Regional Meteorological Centre has predicted light to moderate rain at many places over Tamilnadu and Puducherry. Continue Reading
Dogs are said to be man’s best friend. But in Tansi Nagar, Velacheri these four-legged ones have a best friend in M Balakrishnan, who has opened his heart and home to 12 native dogs.
These dogs became a part of his family five years ago. From losing a few puppies to parvo virus to having to change the furniture of his house several times to dealing with neighbours, it has not been a smooth sail for Balakrishnan. Continue Reading
Power supply will be suspended in the following areas tomorrow (Thursday, 8 August) between 9 am and 5 pm for maintenance work. The power supply will resume if the works are completed earlier. Continue Reading
What does one do to bring about change? Well, two women from Seshadripuram, Velacheri, show how it is done. A garbage bin which was a sore point in the neighbourhood was removed by the civic body after two residents- Beverly Vineeth and Karpagavalli Venkatesan- took up the issue. Continue Reading
In these days of water crisis in Chennai and the suburbs, people are depending more and more on can water for their drinking water and cooking needs. This leads to supply of water cans in large numbers. Continue Reading
Phase-2 of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections began 7 am across the city. Voters arrived at the polling booths ahead of the time at Chennai South constituency to cast their votes. Apart from technical glitches which delayed the voting process at a few places, the process turned out to be incident-free. Continue Reading