The Tamil Nadu State Election Commission on Sunday ordered repolling on February 21 in 7 polling stations falling under Chennai and 3 other districts.
Tamil Nadu registered a poll percentage of 60.70 per cent in the February 19 urban local bodies election that witnessed an interesting multi-cornered contest.
The urban local body polls are being held today in Tamil Nadu after a gap of over 10 years. Twenty-one cities including Chennai, 138 municipalities and 490 town panchayats will elect more than 12,000 members. Over the last five years these bodies did
In a freak accident, a lorry driver was run over and died under his own truck parked at a petrol pump in Kaduvvettipalayam on the outskirts in the early hours of Friday, police said.
Upset over his daughter marrying a man from a Scheduled Caste, a man in Tamil Nadu's Nagapattinam district allegedly killed his wife and two daughters, including a minor, and then died by suicide, police have said.
The Central Bureau of Investigation has taken over the probe into death by suicide of a Tamil Nadu teen, who alleged abuse by her hostel warden and attempt to convert her to Christianity.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the police plea against a CBI probe in the suicide of a 17-year-old school girl in Tamil Nadu.
In a major relaxation, the Tamil Nadu government has permitted nursery and play schools will reopen on February 14 amid a decline in COVID-19 cases. This comes just days after physical classes from 1-12 standards in all schools were allowed to reopen
A 24-year-old man was killed by two workers of a bar who fatally hit him with a log on his head after a quarrel with them over getting a drink, police said on Saturday.
Ten years of service as head constable is mandatory for promotion as Sub-Inspector (SI) or Special SI of the police, the Madras High Court has ruled.
Unhappy with probe being done by CBI and State CB CID, Madras High Court on Wednesday directed Tamil Nadu government to constitute a special investigation team (SIT) to investigate murder of KN Ramajeyam of Tiruchirappalli, brother of DMK minister.
The Tamil Nadu Assembly has once again adopted a bill seeking exemption for the state from the National Entrance-Eligibility Test for aspiring medical professionals. The bill - rejected by Governor RN Ravi last week - will be sent back this evening.
The Tamil Nadu Assembly on Tuesday adopted again, the anti-NEET Bill, returned days ago by the State Governor RN Ravi.
Chief Minister MK Stalin requested PM Narendra Modi's urgent intervention to stop the proposed auction of over 100 boats belonging to Tamil Nadu fishermen by Sri Lanka and to obtain its concurrence for a proposed visit of state government officials
Tamil Nadu will clear the NEET Exemption Bill in the state assembly and send it to Governor RN Ravi again.