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Chennai floods: Rains continue in parts of Chennai and suburbs, death toll put at 345, chennai airport likely to resume partial operations

Heavy rain locks down TN capital

CHENNAI: It is raining heavily in Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu again since Monday night. Schools and colleges remain shut. The neighbouring union territory of Puducherry is also having heavy downpour. For the 24 hours ending 8.30am on ... The Gulf Today, 2 months ago
Tamil Nadu reels from floods, 2 months ago

Two held for stabbing man

A drunken brawl ended with two men stabbing another with a screw driver in Vilivakkam on Sunday night. Police said Ishan Baig, 43, Manohar, 52, and Vijay Kumar, 35, were drinking near a water tank when a fight broke out. Manohar and Vijay Kumar ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Pedestrians killed in accidents

Two men were killed in separate accidents in the city on Saturday evening. Nityanandam (55) of Anaikattuchery was trying to cross the Chennai Tiruvallur High Road at Pattabhiram, when he was hit by a speeding motorcycle. He was rushed to a ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Foundation Laid for Storm Water Drains

CHENNAI: The Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Sunday laid the foundation stone for building storm water drains and bus stands in the city spending Rs 1,141 crore. She had also earlier inaugurated the Integrated Drinking Water Scheme, which would ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
The Hindu

Guardian angels of Chitlapakkam

Young volunteers serve the neighbourhood tirelessly, says reports Members of Chitlapakkam Rising, a team of young college students and Information Technology professionals, are out on a mission to keep their neighbourhood clean. Their first ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
The Hindu

Hospital services severely affected

With the rain showing no signs of letting up, some hospitals on Tuesday allowed staff to leave early to get home safe, while at others, employees found it difficult to come in to work as their houses were flooded. R. Marimuthu, a staff nurse at a ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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