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‘Cinema hub’ left without footpath


Kodambakkam, situated in the heart of the city is otherwise known as the hub of Tamil cinema, which attracts hundreds of cinema aspirants from nook and corner of the state.

Infact, several yester ye

Metro water staff escape scanner

A biometric and camera surveillance system introduced at the metro water headquarters in Chintadripet to keep tabs on errant staff in mid-2010 by then managing director Shiv Das Meena remains dysfunct

Panic in city as petrol supply falls short

Panic gripped consumers with news about fuel shortage in the city following HP outlets, besides a few IOC outlets, remaining shut on Tuesday.

Many HP outlets and a few IOC ones were found displayin

Chennai property tax to fetch Rs 477 cr

The number of property tax-payers in Chennai has been growing approximately by 10 per cent over the last eight years and the city now has 10,71,914 assessees with a tax estimate of Rs 477 crore.


Restoration work gains speed


The much-delayed renovation of the historical Ripon Buildings and the adjacent Victoria Public Hall, both built during the colonial period, has finally gained some momentum.

While a lot of work is ye

Chennai experienced hottest May this year

Chennai experienced one of the hottest May months in recent times. “After May 2008, this year’s peak summer season (kathri) was the warmest,” said Dr Y.E.A. Raj, deputy director general of Meteorology

Bullet train project to get GIM thrust


High-speed rail linking Bengaluru to Chennai and other Tier 2 cities in the State will soon become a reality.

After several rounds of talks between the Japanese government and the State government,

Mixed response to bandh call


The Opposition NDA-sponsored Bharat Bandh evoked lukewarm response in Tamil Nadu on Thursday.

Barring a minor incident of stoning buses in Kanyakumari district, normal life in the state remained una

Krishna water to reach Chennai today


Water released from Kandaleru reservoir in Andhra Pradesh will reach Tamil Nadu by Friday.

The water has reached 136th km and it has another 16 km to cover as on Thursday evening, senior WRO (water

Prestigious road cries for footpath


Though Sardar Patel Road is home to many premiere institutions — IIT Madras and Anna University, Cancer Institute and Children’s park — its narrow pavements expose students, patients and public to fas

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.