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  1. Disability rights activists win order

    Protest staged over cooperative body polls
  2. Two transgenders get permanent jobs at government hospitals

    They worked for four years as contract employees at Rajiv Gandhi GH
  3. Only The Hindu sought my version: Raja

    Former Telecom Minister launches book ‘2G: Avizhum Unmaigal’
  4. Juvenile foot soldiers of phone snatching gangs

    Lure of easy money, bragging rights draw them; 112 cases of mobile theft registered this year but many go unreported
  5. Ambedkar law varsity gets new V-C

    Tamma Suryanaryana Sastry, a former professor of Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University (TNDALU), has been appointed its Vice-Chancellor. He is currently professor of law at the Savitribai Phule P

  6. Sasikala recalls Jayalalithaa’s final hours

    Sasikala’s account of the final moments of Jayalalithaa
  7. Facilities provided by FICCI-FLO in village lauded

    The organisation spent over ₹60 lakh in the past two years to implement various projects in Venkatapuram village panchayat
  8. Magazine with bullets seized from train

    The Railway Protection Force seized an abandoned magazine filled with bullets in a train at the Chennai Central station on Wednesday. The abandoned magazine was handed over to the Government Railwa

  9. EMU rakes get delinked at Urapakkam

    In a freak incident, the rakes of an electrical multiple unit got delinked while the train was about to halt at Urapakkam railway station on Wednesday.

    Around 11-30 a.m., the Chengalpattu-bou

  10. Tertiary sewage treatment plants to ease industrial demands for water

    World Water Day, falling on March 22, comes as a timely reminder to conserve natural resources
  11. Infrastructure gets a boost in corporation budget

    Civic struggling to increase revenue; capital expenditure dipping each year
  12. Unsold inventories coming down, says Credai chief

    World Realtors Day observed
  13. CBI sleuths search Kanishk premises

    Firm allegedly owes banks ₹824 cr; auditors too under scanner