The New Indian Express Chennai - May 08, 2022
The New Indian Express Chennai - May 08, 2022
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May 08, 2022
Chennai braces for extreme heatwave
CHENNAIITES have so far escaped the simmering heat as temperature has been hovering around normal levels, but the condition is set to change depending on the path of the cyclonic storm brewing in the Bay of Bengal.
SO NEAR, YET SO FAR: TAMIL PREDICAMENT IN SRI LANKA
COLOMBO Telegraph, the internet newspaper, dated April 26, 2022, had an absorbing article entitled ‘The New Tamil Refugees from the North-East to Tamil Nadu: New Bonds in Troubled Times’ authored by N Lohathayalan and S Ratnajeevan Hoole. As popular protests mount day by day against the fascist regime, the Tamils, who are the worst sufferers, are naturally trying to come to India as refugees. But the Sri Lankan Navy enters the scene; the escapees are detained in midsea, produced in a court of law, which imposes a fine on them; and then they are allowed to go home.
Most Army buys will be from desi firms: Vice-chief
Asserts orders will be placed if firms can meet even 80% demands
US SANCTIONS BEGIN TO BITE SURAT DIAMOND TRADERS
AMERICAN merchants are demanding a declaration from Surat diamond traders saying the polished material is not from Russia. The American clients have threatened to “ban” traders who sell them polished stones that originate from Russia.
In prez poll outreach to Nitish, BJP all set to change Bihar in-charge
THE BJP is ready to mollify Nitish Kumar, who recently appeared to have given some anxious moments to the Bihar ally by his ‘iftar’ gesture. Ahead of the presidential elections due in July, the senior partner in the ruling NDA is ready to change the state party in-charge: it is going to be BJP’s Dharmendra Pradhan, Nitish’s favourite, replacing Bhupendra Yadav.
BJP too plans session for next round of polls
THE BJP’s two-day Jaipur meet in Congress-ruled Rajasthan beginning May 20 will shape up the party’s strategy for the assembly polls due next year. Prime Minister Modi will attend the meeting virtually, party sources said.
Cong busy making Chintan Shivir prep
PREPARATIONS are going on at a war footing for the Congress Chintan Shivir in Udaipur in Rajasthan from May 13 to 15.
JAI SHRI RAM TO JAI MAA DURGA
Amit Shah hints at using Durga Puja as means to invigorate factionalism-hit Bengal BJP
OUTFIT SEEKS BAN ON NON-HINDUS AT NARMADA GHATS
FORGET the viral videos of Hindu women taking pledge to boycott Muslim shops or a DJ vehicle appealing not to trade with Muslims in Madhya Pradesh. In Jabalpur district of the same BJPruled central Indian state, a Hindu outfit leader has demanded a ban on the entry of non-Hindus on the ghats of Narmada in the entire district.
Protests halt Gyanvapi videography
THE survey and videography of the Maa Shringar Gauri site on the premises of Gyanvapi Mosque in Varanasi was stalled amid protests against the surveyor on Saturday.
Nagaland CM not to play ball with saffron friends
The BJP has conquered the northeast over the past few years but Nagaland refuses to give complete power, thanks to Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio.
Russia steps up attacks ahead of Victory Day
East Ukraine's Donetsk witnesses massive airstrikes; bombings in Kharkiv, Mikoleyev too
SCORCHING APRIL HEAT FLAGS CLIMATE ABYSS
RECORD-HIGH TEMPERATURES - Banda in East UP logged a record high of 47.4 C on April 29, while several regions including Allahabad, Gurugram in the NCR and Chandrapur in central India have all crossed the 46 C mark. In Pakistan’s Baluchistan region, temperatures are close to 50 C.
Increased ARPU and robust 02C business boosted RIL's Q4 results
WITHOUT much fanfare, India’s biggest listed entity Reliance Industries (RIL) announced its quarterly and FY22 results on Friday evening.
Household budgets go up as cos plan price hikes to offset cost
FMCG giants like Hindustan Unilever, Britannia, Tata Consumer, Dabur raised prices of their products - range from biscuits, sugar, salt and soaps, among others
Indian boxers set for first major test at Worlds
INDIAN women boxers could be seen trading punches with Kazakhstan boxers in Istanbul a few days back. That was just a dress rehearsal ahead of their first major test this year — the IBA Women’s World Championships, which is set to begin on Monday.
The New Indian Express Chennai Newspaper Description:
Publisher: Express Network Private Limited
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