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B.Com student kidnapped

A second-year B.Com student of a private college in Tiruchy was allegedly abducted on Sunday evening.

The boy’s parents filed a complaint with the Chidambaram town police on Monday after they had rec

Dad slashes throat of B.E. student

Sundaramoorthy, a 50-year-old farmer from Valayamadevi near Chidambaram, slashed the neck of his daughter Gnanavalli, 21, with a sickle in full public view Monday morning after she insisted on marryin

'Cyclone Thane uprooted 2 crore trees in Cuddalore district'


More than two crore trees were uprooted by cyclone Thane in the district and their disposal would take over six months due to various reasons including shortage of manpower, a senior Agriculture depar

Cyclone relief money swells Tasmac coffers

The relief amount that the government is distributing to the cyclone-hit, to enable them to return to normal life by reactivating their source of livelihood, is, ironically, finding its way to the Tas

CM comforts Thane-hit, Karuna seeks central aid


CM Jayalalithaa promised people of the cyclone-ravaged Cuddalore district Wednesday full state support in rehabilitation.

Handing over assistance to the tune of Rs 2.85 crore to 6,036 affected at a

Thane sets back coastal farmers by two decades


There will be no harvest this Pongal in Cuddalore, which boasts over a lakh fertile hectares of paddy and sugarcane.

Cyclone Thane, which struck the coastal district and surroundings on December 30,

Thane-hit Cuddalore cries for food, water

Three days after cyclone Thane ravaged Cuddalore district and surroundings, large sections of people continued to face shortage of food, drinking water and electricity even as the government deployed

Post-Cyclone Thane, relief operations continue


Three days after Cyclone Thane unleashed its fury on this district and the Union Territory of Puducherry, relief operations continued on a war footing with more than 2,000 personnel deployed for resto

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