Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa on Sunday requested Union finance minister Arun Jaitley to sanction an additional Rs 2,000 crore immediately to enable the state government to sustain the vigour of the restoration operations.
India’s power deficit touched a historic low of 1.5% in November owing to a clutch of factors including near-flat pan-India demand, new capacity additions and a steep fall in offtake of electricity in Tamil Nadu...
In the 2016 outlook, the advisory said that higher than normal rainfall is likely to continue over the southern India and South Asia, including the Maldives and Sri Lanka, during the winter period of December 2015 to February
Devastation due to Chennai floods has brought stark images of the misery faced by people in the city and this carnage was reflected across Tamil Nadu itself with as many as 347 people killed there; Chennai weather forecast...
Chennai floods: The budget airline has resumed normal operations from Chennai starting from December 8, 2015. SpiceJet is the first airline to commence full-fledged services from the airport with all its 34 flights taking off
Hundreds of poor lower-caste families who lost their homes and jobs after devastating floods swept southern India have been neglected by government relief efforts, a survey conducted by two charities has found.
Chennai floods: With Chennai weather forecast saying there is a short dry period in effect, the focus of authorities has shifted from floods to providing relief measures and prevention of spread of diseases.
Days after Chennai floods brought death and destruction in their wake, life for common citizens was slowly limping back to normalcy - Chennai rains also finally relented, but weather forecast is very grim.
In the wake of the Chennai floods and the terrible depredation they left in their wake and to bring relief to the rain-hit people in Chennai, a new mobile app service has been started that will offer 24x7 doctor's advice for
As Chennai weather eased on Sunday, Chennai airport flights and Indian Railways services resumed, but the city was left fuming over days of misery caused by the torrential rain and authorities' inability to properly cope with