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Day after demolition, illegal structures back in T Nagar

CHENNAI: When city corporation officials and police removed encroachments and hawkers from two T Nagar streets on Friday, following a Madras high court directive, they hoped it would be a permanent solution. A day later, most of the structures ... Times of India, 1 week ago
Corporation removes encroachments in T Nagar Times of India, 1 week ago

Top artists for South Asian concert

Saraswati Ranganathan CHICAGO: The South Asian Classical Music Society (SACMS) has scheduled its annual fall concert featuring top local and visiting artists on November 6 at 2pm. Joita Bose Mandal, vocalist now residing in the LA area, and ...
 IndiaPost8 hours ago

VC apologizes for his op-ed suggesting women in tech hide their identities online

HIRING BUSINESS INSIDER TECH | 1 min ago | Posted By: Chatur Ranganathan 0 Viewers 0 Well that didn't take long. John Greathouse, the venture capitalist who wrote a Wednesday op-ed suggesting women in tech would be better off if ...
 TechGig3 weeks ago
Delegation of the EU to the USA

Circular Economy: Closing the Loop on a Sustainable Future

Sep 16, 2016 Event Time:8:30 AM to 10:30 AM 10 G Street NE, Washington, DC 20002 Rapid population growth and a growing global middle class will put unprecedented strain on our natural resources within the coming decades. The good news: corporate ...
 Delegation of the EU to the USA1 month ago

NPA woes: Axis Bank results show banks not out of the woods yet

Mumbai: Despite predictions to the contrary , the Indian banking sector is nowhere close to a recovery as analysts predict a difficult second half of the year because of a rise in nonperforming assets (NPAs). On Tuesday, private sector lender Axis ...
 Economic Times11 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Cops in civvies, cameras, watch towers for festival

Chennai : The City Police have assured Chennaites that comprehensive measures are in place to ensure crime-free shopping experience for the people visiting the shopping hub in T Nagar ahead of the 'Festival of Lights'. The nearly 300 cameras that ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 day ago

Shopping frenzy keeps police on their toes

Around 50 persons have been identified as suspected thieves who may lurk around the bustling crowd in T. Nagar for Deepavali shopping. The T. Nagar police displayed banners containing pictures of such suspects at 35 places in and around Usman ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

(In Pics) Nation gearing up for Diwali, Kali Puja

» » » India is a land of festivals. And this month, we celebrate the festival of lights-Diwali. In pics, as India lightens up. Diwali is a Hindu festival of lights that is being celebrated every year with huge pomp and show all over India.
 Oneindia3 days ago

Police beef up security in T Nagar for Diwali shoppers

CHENNAI: With less than a week to go for Diwali, T Nagar was gripped by shopping frenzy on Sunday, as shoppers crowded the narrow streets of Ranganathan street and Usman road. Chennai city police beefed up security measures in and around the ...
 Times of India3 days ago Police step up security in T. Nagar  The Hindu1 week ago
The Hindu

Traffic chaos a daily affair

The problems of Ward 128 in Virugambakkam, overlap those of its neighbour. Residents of this locality have to contend with the congestion in Kaliamman Koil Street, the lifeline of traffic, especially MTC buses. The residents here have several ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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