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February 18, 2022

Rahul to release Stalin's autobiography on Feb 28

THE first part of ‘Ungalil Oruvan’, the autobiography of Chief Minister MK Stalin, will be released in Chennai on February 28 by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in the presence of Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan, former Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah, and Bihar leader of opposition Tejashwi Prasad Yadav.

Rahul to release Stalin's autobiography on Feb 28

1 min

Illam Thedi Kalvi stall star attraction at book fair

AMONG all the stalls at the Chennai book fair on the Nandamam YMCA grounds here, there’s one in particular that’s a special attraction for children.

Illam Thedi Kalvi stall star attraction at book fair

1 min

Voters in resettlement colonies want sports facilities and image makeover

Kannagi Nagar residents say employers look down on them and they lose job opportunities

Voters in resettlement colonies want sports facilities and image makeover

1 min

Mosquitoes make merry in Mangadu, residents request removal of rainwater

IT has been at least two months since the withdrawal of northeast monsoon, but several open spaces and vacant plots in ward 7 of Mangadu municipality still have stagnant rainwater. This has turned breeding ground for mosquitoes.

Mosquitoes make merry in Mangadu, residents request removal of rainwater

1 min

Apollo Inks Pact For Tertiary Care Hospital In Uzbekistan

Apollo Hospitals has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Marafon Group to set up a tertiary care hospital in Uzbekistan.

Apollo Inks Pact For Tertiary Care Hospital In Uzbekistan

1 min

Campaigning ends, stage set for poll duel tomorrow

Around 58K candidates are in fray for over 12,500 ward-member posts

Campaigning ends, stage set for poll duel tomorrow

2 mins

Hijab Row: K'taka To Start Arguments In HC Today

Court urged to allow girls to wear hijab on Fridays and during Ramzan as counsel for petitioners concludes arguments

Hijab Row: K'taka To Start Arguments In HC Today

1 min

‘BRINGING DOWN BJP FROM POWER OUR PRIORITY'

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‘BRINGING DOWN BJP FROM POWER OUR PRIORITY'

3 mins

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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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