A fire broke out today at 'Ezhilagam', a government building in Chennai, but there were no casualties, a Fire and Rescue Services official said.
Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul was today sworn in as Chief Justice of Madras High Court by Tamil Nadu Governor K Rosaiah at the Raj Bhavan here.
MPS across parties had complained about dirty toilets, food court
A team of experts in structural engineering and architecture on Friday inspected the site of a building which collapsed at Porur killing 61 and injuring 27, police said.
A circular by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) directing all schools to celebrate Sanskrit week in August by organising a range of Sanskrit based-programmes for students and teachers has touched a raw political nerve in Tamil Nadu.
A judge and two lawyers wearing dhotis were turned away last week from the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association in Chennai in Tamil Nadu.
The Dhoti ban is now a saga of epic proportions, with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa declaring war on clubs that refuse entry to people wearing the traditional garment.
The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association Club in Chennai, which has been pilloried for refusing entry to a Madras High Court Judge in a dhoti, will re-examine its dress code.
Chennai's very own international theatre festival for children "The Little Festival" is a grand success. Into its fifth edition, around five thousand children flocked to watch three internationally acclaimed productions from Israel, Korea and India.
Two weeks after the collapse of a building in Chennai left 61 dead, the DMK today led a massive rally in the city demanding CBI probe into the case.
A Rs three crore Vivekananda Cultural Centre set up by the Sri Ramakrishna Mission with the state government assistance has been inaugurated by Chief Minister Jayalalithaa.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has announced a Special Investigation Team for probing the 11-storey building collapse that killed more than 60 people in Chennai last week.
After an examination, an expert team from the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association (CREDAI) says there were major flaws in the 11-floor under-construction building that collapsed on Saturday, killing more than 60 people.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has appointed a commission to probe and fix responsibility for the Chennai building collapse tragedy that left 60 dead.
The number of dead in the collapse of an under-construction building in Chennai has risen to 60 and 27 persons have so far been rescued alive.