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Unwelcome visitors at IMH  (01 November 06:47 pm) 
Miscreants gain entry though a broken portion of the compound wall
Modi launches BJP membership drive  (01 November 06:47 pm) 
“Every section of society should feel that their ‘flower’ is represented in this bouquet”
On a cleaning spree at Villivakkam  (01 November 06:47 pm) 
A group of volunteers from Kolathur spruce up the station premises
Divi’s Lab Q2 net up 12 pc  (01 November 06:47 pm) 
Divi’s Laboratories Ltd has posted a net profit of Rs.229.64 crore in the quarter ended September, which is 12 per cent more compared to Rs.204.93 crore registered in the corresponding period
This facility has been set up as a temporary arrangement by Chennai Metro Rail
CCTV cameras have been installed along a section of the stretch on a permanent basis.
A women’s special treatment unit was inaugurated at the district government hospital here on Saturday by Urban Development Minister Vinay Kumar Sorake. The unit will provide medical treatme...
The Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), a body spearheading the cause of reforms in the electoral system on Friday, urged all elected representatives to make Income Tax (IT) returns public a...
The district administration is mulling over a structural stability audit to combat the mushrooming of unauthorized structures in the 34 villages in and around the Narhe-Ambegaon area.
A record of good music  (01 November 05:46 pm) 
Chromepet resident V. Chandra Sekhar began to collect gramophone records of Hindi songs in 1970 and never stopped.
Chennai in slow motion  (01 November 05:46 pm) 
Amar Ramesh and his team capture the essence of the city in a video where new technology, iconic places and workaday experiences come together.
At least 1,273 Iraqis killed in October: UN  (01 November 05:46 pm) 
The U.N. report said violence killed 856 civilians and 417 members of Iraq’s security forces. It said attacks wounded 2,010 Iraqis.
Tasmac outlet near bus stop causes trouble  (01 November 05:46 pm) 
Commuters want the MTC facility to be shifted.
The Congress was, however, quick to distance itself from his statement saying it was his \"personal view.\"
Empty land turned into open bar  (01 November 05:46 pm) 
The winebibbers also occupy adjacent facilities such as the foot-over bridge on Nungambakkam High Road
Bangladesh was hit by a nationwide blackout on Saturday after a transmission line bringing electricity from India failed, but power was restored to many parts of the country within a few hours, an...
Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju’s statement comes after China’s sharp reaction to his remark that India was planning to construct a road along the border in Arunachal Pradesh.
TNCC heading for a split  (01 November 04:47 pm) 
Former Union Minister G K Vasan on Saturday gave ample indications of breaking away from the party and reviving the erstwhile Tamil Maanila Congress.
The leader of Nigeria’s Islamic extremist group Boko Haram has denied agreeing to any cease-fire with the government and said more than 200 kidnapped schoolgirls all have converted to Islam and
A 14-year-old girl, who was allegedly kidnapped and sexually assaulted near her school at Tirthahalli, passed away on Friday. The victim was studying in eighth standard. On Wednesday mornin...
Return to golden era of music  (01 November 04:47 pm) 
Geet Gaata Chal, a singing group of corporate professionals, will present yesteryear hits at Sir P.T. Hall.
Special ward for rape victims opened  (01 November 04:47 pm) 
Government Lady Goschen Hospital has set apart four rooms for examination and counselling of rape victims
5 injured in group clash in Gujarat town  (01 November 04:47 pm) 
Police resorted to lathi-charge and fired in the air to disperse the groups, belonging to a minority community in Bhavnagar district.
The attempt to hoist a separate Statehood flag of Hyderabad Karnataka by members of the Hyderabad Karnataka Yuva Horata Samiti and few other organisations in Gulbarga city was foiled by the police...
Members of the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) who visited Trilokpuri in East Delhi following stone pelting and communal tensions in the area over a few days around Diwali have expressed...