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TN government to sell onion at Rs. 55 per kg"To ensure that onion is available for the people, the government has also made
TN government to sell onion at Rs. 55 per kg
The Hindu / Posted 2 hours ago
"To ensure that onion is available for the people, the government has also made arrangements to procure more onion from other states," the Chief Minister said. As the price of onion has increased substantially in the open market, Chief Minister... Read more
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The Hindu
Jayalalithaa seeks PM’s intervention to secure release of fishermenChief Minister Jayalalithaa on Tuesday sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pe
Jayalalithaa seeks PM’s intervention to secure release of fishermen
The Hindu / Posted 6 hours ago
Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Tuesday sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal intervention for securing release of 16 Tamil fishermen and their boats. “I request you to direct the Ministry of External Affairs to take up the matter with the... Read more
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The Hindu
Five held for sexual assaultA mentally ill woman, apparently from North India, was sexually assaulted by a
Five held for sexual assault
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
A mentally ill woman, apparently from North India, was sexually assaulted by a group of youth at Nannilapadi in Nagapattinam district a few days ago. Though there are allegations that the woman was raped, the five youths who were arrested have been... Read more
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The Hindu
The legend of Goddess Kottoor Mariamman.Kuthur, a small village in Mayiladuthurai, Nagapattinam district, is located al
The legend of Goddess Kottoor Mariamman.
The Hindu / Posted 13 days ago
Kuthur, a small village in Mayiladuthurai, Nagapattinam district, is located along the banks of River Vettaru, on the Vaitheeswaran koil – Mayiladuthurai route. The village houses a small shrine for Goddess Kottoor Mariamman. It is said that around... Read more
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The Hindu
The desertification of Tamil Nadu - Rice and private wells exacerbate state's water crisisHow private wells and paddy are drying up the southern State. Tamil Nadu is wa
The desertification of Tamil Nadu - Rice and private wells exacerbate state's water crisis
The Hindu / Posted 15 days ago
How private wells and paddy are drying up the southern State. Tamil Nadu is water deficit. A structural deficit and not a seasonal one. The total assessed water resources in the State amount to 1,587 TMC (thousand million cubic feet) while the State... Read more
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The Hindu
The desertification of Tamil Nadu - Rice and private wells exacerbate state's water crisisHow private wells and paddy are drying up the southern State. Tamil Nadu is wa
The desertification of Tamil Nadu - Rice and private wells exacerbate state's water crisis
The Hindu / Posted 16 days ago
How private wells and paddy are drying up the southern State. Tamil Nadu is water deficit. A structural deficit and not a seasonal one. The total assessed water resources in the State amount to 1,587 TMC (thousand million cubic feet) while the State... Read more
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The Hindu
Special trains for Velankanni festival to clear rushSouthern Railways will run a pair of special trains between Nagercoil and Velan
Special trains for Velankanni festival to clear rush
The Hindu / Posted 20 days ago
Southern Railways will run a pair of special trains between Nagercoil and Velankanni to cater to the extra rush in connection with Velankanni Festival. A statement said that Train No.06073 Nagercoil-Velankanni Special will leave Nagercoil at 9.30... Read more
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The Hindu
Prohibition bandh: Life unaffected; thousands heldHundreds of volunteers belonging to different political outfits were held in th
Prohibition bandh: Life unaffected; thousands held
The Hindu / Posted 28 days ago
Hundreds of volunteers belonging to different political outfits were held in the Kanyakumari region for attempting to picket Tasmac shops and roads. The bandh call given by some Opposition parties for total prohibition evoked good response in... Read more
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The Hindu
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam: versatility personified, writes S. VaidhyasubramaniamA nationalist thinker, his view of India’s progress was visionary and envisaged
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam: versatility personified, writes S. Vaidhyasubramaniam
The Hindu / Posted 1 months ago
A nationalist thinker, his view of India’s progress was visionary and envisaged an India for the next generation. “Is this polymeric nanofibre patch bio-degradable?” The question was not part of an end-semester examination nor was it asked during a... Read more

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