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Bridge between Life & Death
New Indian Express

Bridge between Life & Death

CHENNAI: It has been almost half a decade since work on a rather small bridge across the Adyar river was abruptly stopped due to objection from the Indian Air Force (IAF). With IAF, the owner of the piece of land on which the bridge was coming up, ... New Indian Express, 6 days ago

Nostalgic journey for the visitors at Vishwa Tuluvere Parba in Adyar

Beauty of Tulunadu culture was unveiled at the exhibitions held as a part of Vishwa Tuluvere Parba, on the banks of river Netravathi, at Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management premises in Adyar on Friday. The path leading to the exhibition and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Stage set for 'Vishwa Tuluvere Parba'  Deccan Herald1 month ago Stage set to celebrate Vishwa Tuluvere Parba 2014  Deccan Herald1 month ago

HC orders removal of illegal hoardings on Adyar river bank

The Madras high court has appointed a three-member committee to monitor violation of rules in erecting digital hoardings, and directed two private companies to remove hoardings on Adyar river bank within 48 hours.
 Times of India1 month ago Digital Banners Under Lens  New Indian Express1 month ago

Scores of dead fish washed ashore

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Fisherfolk, dependent on the Adyar estuary for their livelihood, were shocked by this sudden surge of dead fish along the coastline from Srinivasapuram up to Besant Nagar. Photo: K.V. Srinivasan ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Dead fish wash up on shore as sewage flows into Adyar estuary

CHENNAI: The stink was unusual at the Broken Bridge in Urur Kuppam on Wednesday. A closer look at the estuary revealed the horror of it: Thousands of 'maduva' or mullet fish had washed ashore, for kilometres on end. While environmentalists and ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

A green oasis amid noisy bleat of horns

( Left ) A view of the wooden bridge at the Adyar eco park beyond which mangrove plantations begin. A lone jackal meandering along the stone pathway at the park in RA Puram. —DC Chennai: Like most arterial roads in the city, the stretch of Dr ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Plan to divert sewage from Cooum

CHENNAI: Every few years the government of the day turns its hand to the water body that has stubbornly resisted cleaning for the last century--the Cooum. The present AIADMK government is no exception and has sanctioned Rs 604.77 crore to clean it ...
 Times of India12 hours ago
New Indian Express

A Golden Reunion

It's the last week of the year on a cold winter morning. The IC & SR department at IIT Madras (IIT-M) which houses the auditorium is brimming with people. There is palpable excitement in the air, not because of students eager to get home for the ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago

Zoom in on them

Dense woods, blue waters, well-kept parks…Chennai is home to several places that draw photographers from across the city. Justin Dominic &Assis Stanly have the details Be it for college projects or leisure, its common to see youngsters clicking ...
 The Hindu6 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Chennai wishlist for 2015

Chennai wishlist also includes Metro would actually start running carrying passengers commercially this year 1) The Chennai wish list for any year would begin with the Cooum, the Buckingham Canal and the Adyar transforming to pristine, flowing ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
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