Disapproving of Metrowater's alleged attempt to disconnect water supply to the office of Tamil bi-weekly "Nakkeeran", the Madras high court on Tuesday said the government had to take care of all, irrespective of caste, colour and party affiliation.
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Visitors at the 35th Chennai Book Fair on Sunday had more to go home with besides the books they bought at the event. Former President A.P. J. Abdul Kalam, in a speech, interspersed with couplets from Thirukkural, underscored the importance of cultivating and maintaining the habit of reading books everyday
Former President A. P.J. Abdul Kalam on Sunday said new markets could be created through rural potential and employment that would give rise to public-private community partnerships and international partnerships.
They live by the sea and their families make a living out of it. But that is not the case with the younger generation from the fishing community.
They are the bridge between those living in the hinterland and the sea. They are also the first to be hit in the event of a cyclone.
A day after Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy appealed for an out-of-court settlement to the Mullaperiyar dam row, the AIADMK government reacted by announcing its decision to raise a memorial in honour of the engineer who built the structure more than a century ago.
Days after the two Indian businessmen held captive in a Chinese city were released, traders here are divided in their opinion on the perils of visiting China on business.
Indicating their outrage over atrocities committed on women, top judges of the country on Sunday made scathing remarks about living conditions of women in India.
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