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Free Mobile Recharge for a Clean Crematorium
New Indian Express

Free Mobile Recharge for a Clean Crematorium

CHENNAI:The Indian Community Welfare Organization (ICWO), an NGO, held a cleanup campaign at the Velankadu crematorium on Friday. This one-of-a-kind cleanliness drive titled Top up for clean India will also be providing talk time and mobile recharge ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Chennai Pays Tribute to Bapu New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Velankadu Crematorium Goes the Organic Way New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Siasat Daily

Dr Uma Rajan honoured for her community services in Singapore

A 75-year-old Indian-Singaporean doctor has been honoured by the Indian community here for contributing her 38 years in the healthcare and community services by building nursing homes and child health care. Dr. Uma Rajan became the first woman to ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago Indian doctor honoured for her community services in S'pore  Times of India2 months ago 75-yr-old Indian honoured for her community services in Singapore  Oneindia2 months ago
New Indian Express

Rain Adds to Pain of Loss

CHENNAI: For the grieving family from Anna Nagar that lost their old woman in the family in the midst of the heavy rains, everything that could go wrong did indeed go awry. The last journey was longer, and harder, as the floods hit even the dead. ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago

News in Brief - October 30

NEW DELHI At 23 pc, India has Highest Number of TB Cases: WHO India recorded the largest number of tuberculosis cases in the world last year. The World Health Organisation's Global Tuberculosis Report, 2015, said that India, Indonesia and China ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

'No Govt-run Home for Differently-abled Kids'

CHENNAI: The 2011 census puts the number of differently-abled children below the age of six in the State at 60,000. While nearly 7,000 children in the same age group are mentally challenged, at least one per cent of them is believed to be destitute.
 New Indian Express1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Crematorium converts last rites flowers into manure

CHENNAI: In a first of its kind in the state, a city crematorium has started converting flowers and leaves that are used for the last rites into manure for use as a natural fertiliser for greenery in and around the space. The four-and-half acre ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
Mid Day

How dengue has breached India's class barriers

As the current dengue epidemic in Delhi and other urban areas of India such as Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore indicates, a once-obscure disease of poor neighbourhoods has become a great leveller, affecting and scaring both rich and poor and laying bare ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
New Indian Express

Transgender Breaks Glass Ceiling

CHENNAI:Prithika Yashini has become the first transgender to hold the post of Sub Inspector of Police in Tamil Nadu. Ill now have to undergo training like other police officers and later, I will get my posting. I am very excited right now, said ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Meet Prithika Yashini: Tamil Nadu's First Transgender Sub Inspector  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Transgenders Call Prithika the 'Shining Light' in the Society  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
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