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January 14, 2022

UT to hike power tariff from April 1

THE power tariffs in Puducherry are set to go up with Puducherry Electricity department (PED) proposing an enhanced tariff for the fiscal 2022-2023, to be applicable from April 1, for its 5,11,829 consumers.

UT to hike power tariff from April 1

1 min

SIX DEAD AS TRAIN DERAILS IN BENGAL

AT least six persons were killed and dozens injured after Guwahati-bound Bikaner Express via Patna was on Thursday derailed and four of its coaches rolled into a ditch beside the railway tracks at Maynaguri in West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district, around 680 km from Kolkata.

SIX DEAD AS TRAIN DERAILS IN BENGAL

1 min

Positive patients travelling by autos and cabs raises concerns

AMID the daily upsurge in the number of Covid-19 cases in the city, corporation staff are struggling to keep track of the movement of positive patients.Some persons who have tested positive for Covid-19 have been travelling by autos and cabs in the city.

Positive patients travelling by autos and cabs raises concerns

2 mins

VAADI VAASAL OPENS IN THATCHANKURICHI

Over 600 bulls take part in the first jallikattu of this Pongal season.45 people sustain minor injuries; Covid-19 SOPs go for a toss

VAADI VAASAL OPENS IN THATCHANKURICHI

2 mins

Bhogi smog gives way to clear skies, city breathes easy

THICK blankets of smog engulfed Chennai on Thursday morning with customary Bhogi bonfire celebrations raising the pollution levels. However, clear skies and favourable winds ensured faster dispersion of pollutants.

Bhogi smog gives way to clear skies, city breathes easy

1 min

Master anchor wields microphone to captivate audience

ONE of the major attractions in a jallikattu is the commentary, which, along with the tamers, crowd and bulls, makes the event a success.

Master anchor wields microphone to captivate audience

1 min

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The New Indian Express Chennai Newspaper Description:

PublisherExpress Network Private Limited

CategoryNewspaper

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyDaily

The New Indian Express Chennai is an English-language daily newspaper published in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the most popular English newspapers in Tamil Nadu, covering a wide range of topics, including:

* Local news: The New Indian Express Chennai covers all aspects of local news in Chennai, from politics and crime to business and entertainment.
* State news: The newspaper also covers news from across Tamil Nadu, including government policies, development projects, and social issues.
* National news: The New Indian Express Chennai also covers national news and events, including politics, business, and economy.
* International news: The newspaper also covers international news and events, with a focus on South Asia and the Indian diaspora.
* Culture and entertainment: The New Indian Express Chennai also features articles on culture, entertainment, and lifestyle.

The New Indian Express Chennai is known for its in-depth reporting, investigative journalism, and editorial independence. It is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to stay informed about the latest news and developments in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, and India.

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