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The notion that Math and Science are difficult subjects was dispelled at the city level round of the Times NIE Think & Learn Challenge held on Monday.
Padikuppam Road in Anna Nagar West extension could be a case study for urban planners to review everything that is wrong with the current civic system.
Because there are no specific provisions prescribing a ceiling for use of a public service by a Union minister, it does not mean he can use services of the public sector undertakings as desired, that
Screening of newborns for biliary atresia (problems in bile secretion) can prevent liver problems , Institute of Liver diseases and Transplantation, Global Hospitals, director Mohamed Rela said on
Follow rules banning TVs in cars: HC  (29 January 01:45 am) 
The Madras high court has directed the stat transport authorities to ensure proper implementation of rules banning use of DVD players and TV sets near the driver\'s seat in vehicles.
With children being more susceptible to H1N1 infection, health officials have initiated measures at schools to detect the flu early.
During a special campaign organised on Wednesday, government railway police (GRP) advised the residents of Vyasarpadi not to turn railway tracks into open toilets.
Police conducted searches at all offices of Tamil daily Dinamalar in the state on Wednesday after the newspaper received a letter warning of an attack similar to the one at the office of French
The street leading to her house was so familiar that Anna Varghese thought little was amiss when a motorcyclist headed towards her.
As summer approaches, Chennaiites have good reason to cheer.
Butcher chops off dog's leg for no reason  (29 January 01:45 am) 
As a murder (group) of crows descended on a meat shop in Guduvanchery on Monday evening for a feast of leftovers, there was something else amid the heap - a dog\'s leg.
The Madras high court has declined to order pre-censorship of materials telecast on private television networks, saying it was not possible in this era of information explosion and technological
It's raining gifts in lawyer body polls  (29 January 01:45 am) 
Induction stoves, cooking utensils, silver coins, towels, palm manuscript-type Thirukkural copies and law books.
Man robbed of gold, cash  (29 January 01:45 am) 
Three men on a motorcycle waylaid an employee of a car manufacturing company and made way with his gold chain, ring and bracelet along with 3,000 in cash at Tambaram station on Tuesday.
Artists reclaim city streets for women  (29 January 01:45 am) 
It\'s a deconstructionist\'s dream: Feminist artist Shilo Shiv Suleman on a scaffold, pictured in front of a mural of 1950s\' Tamil actress Padmini.
The National Aids Control Organisation, in an RTI response, has revealed that nearly 1,000 people contracted the human immunodeficiency (HIV) virus in Maharashtra due to transfusion of infected blood
The National Aids Control Organisation, in an RTI response, has revealed that nearly 1,000 people contracted the human immunodeficiency (HIV) virus in Maharashtra due to transfusion of infected blood
Tamil Nadu should have dedicated cyber crime police stations to curb the growing menace of financial fraud and also to maintain law and order situation said former DGP R Nataraj at a programme held in
A 25-year-old woman belonging to Virbhum district of West Bengal died after some Railway Protection Force (RPF) constables threw her out of the SLR bogie of Durgiana Express train near platform No. 5
Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said the BJP was in touch with “like-minded parties” in Jammu & Kashmir and government formation there was a “matter of time”
Cabinet OK To HCL Foundation developing Rural Clusters; State Budget On February 24
Yet another toll of at least Rs 30 has been imposed on motorists on the Sion-Panvel Highway but the project to improve the crucial road — the trigger for the toll — is not yet over. The deadline
With the Modi government at the Centre and Vidhan Sabha elections two years away in Uttar Pradesh, the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh believes it is an opportune time to expand its base
Who is S Jaishankar?  (29 January 01:31 am) 
60-year-old Subrahmanyam Jaishankar is an Indian diplomat and has been appointed as the foreign secretary of India for a tenure of two years on 28 January, 2015.