AFTER heavy spells on Sunday, the intensity of rains will reduce in Chennai from Monday. however, Western and Southern Tamil Nadu will continue to get intense spells for a couple of days.
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‘Indication' Putin plans force by Feb: US
Top official believes Russia may wait for the Winter Olympics in Beijing to begin before taking action on Ukraine
STATEHOOD IN THE NORTHEAST AND MANIPUR'S PATH
Could Manipur’s statehood history have taken a different trajectory? Would its protest culture be any different had it been given full statehood with honour in 1949 itself?
Partygate report due, but UK PM Johnson says he won't resign
EMBATTLED British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said he won’t resign amidst growing pressure on him to quit after the so-called ‘partygate’ scandal of alleged lockdown breaches at 10 Downing Street and other government offices during 2020-2021.
Might & diversity show on Rajpath
First woman Rafale pilot Lieutenant Shivangi among participants in Republic Day parade
Figaro's Pizza forays into Indian market
AMERICAN QSR restaurant chain Figaro’s Pizza has partnered with market entry firm FranGlobal for their India foray. The brand plans to open 250 stores in India over the next four years.
WRD plan to restore 83 TN tanks will benefit 14K acres
Water hyacinth spread over the Ambattur lake, in Chennai
TN students must learn other languages too: Guv
PAYING glowing tributes to Tamil language, Governor RN Ravi on Tuesday said school students of Tamil Nadu should learn other Indian languages too like students of other States.
TN gets own drone manufacturing company
Various drones seen in flight at the event in Chennai
RPN Singh's turn to bolt from Cong
THE haemorrhage in the Congress continued with another dynast and former Union minister RPN Singh (57) joining the BJP on Tuesday.
Rural India has bright spots for Asian Paints
WHILE various industry majors have highlighted that inflation has dragged down demand for consumer goods, which has resulted in rural India experiencing a slowdown, Asian Paints says potential of some of the rural geographies seem strong.
ELIZABETH DENLEY has been a student of both science and spirituality all her life. Trained as a scientist, she turned her field of inquiry and research skills to the field of meditation and spirituality after starting the Heartfulness practices in the late 80s. Here she shares some thoughts on the importance of selfacceptance.
POISE UNDER PRESSURE
Youth icon, sportswoman, and multi-award recipient, P.V. SINDHU has many national and international titles under her belt, the latest being the 2019 World Badminton Championships. A never-say-never attitude, a magnetic smile and twinkling eyes, she is an epitome of humbleness and graceful poise. Here she speaks with SATYA SAHAY at the inauguration of the P.V. Sindhu Badminton Academy at the Lalaji Memorial Omega International School in Chennai.
‘Omicron will peak sometime in February, start dropping by March-April'
Chennai-headquartered Apollo Hospitals Group has already provided 8 million Covid19 vaccinations through its 200 centres across the country, launched Stay-i(quarantine facilities provided jointly with hotels) and ramped up healthcare initiatives. The group's president, Dr K Hariprasad, tells Rajesh Kurup that more variants of the virus are expected to emerge, but with less virulence than the initial strain. The increasing home healthcare and quarantine facilities have also provided a fillip to telemedicine, he added.
A meaty opportunity for e-commerce
Online meat and fish delivery companies see big potential in the growing consumer appetite for hygienic, home-delivered fresh produce
*HAVING SHOT TO FAME WITH A SINGLE HIT SONG, 'MASTER THE BLASTER', SINGER BJORN SURRAO TALKS ABOUT HOW LIFE HAS CHANGED
India exit: Ford Motor in talks with union to decide compensation for workers
Faced by mounting losses, Ford had decided to cease local vehicle manufacturing in India, as part of its India restructuring
TN enforces ‘Sunday' lockdown
Though Sunday was ‘Kaanum Pongal’, traditionally celebrated by people by visiting places of their choice alongwith family and friends, they were confined to their homes this year
Sea-to-sea variant of BrahMos supersonic missile test-fired
AN EXTENDED range sea-to-sea variant of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile was successfully test-fired by India from the Indian Navy's newly commissioned INS Visakhapatnam on Tuesday, the Defence Research and Development Organisation said.
BUILDING on the NATION'S AMBITIONS
In an exclusive interview, Rajaram Pai, Chief Business Officer – Industrial, Mahindra Lifespace Developers, gives us a detailed insight into the framework for the design and planning of the company’s upcoming industrial cities and clusters in Jaipur and Chennai
All Change Now
Parenting styles have changed and evolved over the years. It all comes down to what works for you and your child.