CHENNAI: Once upon a time, IIT Madras was the hunting ground for the British. And when it became a specially designated forest area, it was off limits for encroachers. In those circumstances, setting up a college was far from ideal. But the then ... New Indian Express, 1 week ago
Chennai celebrates 376th birthday - Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago
Madras City Traces Its Origin to More Than 50,000 Years Ago, Says Expert - New Indian Express, 1 week ago
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CHENNAI:Rotary Club Of Madras East has entered into a partnership with British Council, in a bid to make English language learning accessible for schools. British Council's Learn English for schools is based on a research, which analysed the ...New Indian Express, 2 months ago A tool to mind your language Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
The e-courses, funded by the British Council under its knowledge economy partnership programme, is meant for the continuous professional development in veterinary and animal sciences.Times of India, 2 months ago
Conceived by British as support group, they are the pride of Indian Army.Times of India, 2 months ago
CHENNAI: In the 18th century, one of the oldest charity homes, Monegar Choultry, was built by the British, in the city. For over 200 years, it has been providing succour to the underprivileged in and around Royapuram. Remembering it and several ...New Indian Express, 2 days ago
CHENNAI: Madras was once the centre of cricket in the South, said former cricketer and columnist V Ramnarayan, speaking at the inaugural lecture of the Extra Mural lecture series at the IIT- Madras on Sunday. Reminiscing Madras and Cricket, ...New Indian Express, 4 days ago
Chennai : A horse drawn carriage with the scenic backdrop of the St Thomas Mount, the Armenian bridge and depiction of the British setting their foot on the soil of what later became Madras are some of the numerous images to appear on coasters ...Deccan Chronicle, 5 days ago
Photographer Raunaq Mangottil captures the life and times of Chennai while posting pictures and stories of places and people on her Facebook page I am Madras . This series of photographs captures Madras in the mist of modern day bustling Chennai.Indiatimes, 1 week ago
Now I know everybody's egalitarian hives erupt when we speak of India's old British clubs. Especially for their sniffy, off-hand Victorian pomposity and morals, which are imperative in order to impose civilisation on the natives. But I am an ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
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