Urge government to increase compensation for fatalities and crop damage

The Anamalai Tiger Reserve will undertake a pre-monsoon census survey to enumerate the population of all the animals. The week-long survey will begin on May 13.

This resulted in reduction of 40 p.c. in local body’s power bill

Rising instances of trucks from other States discarding waste along border districts

The Coimbatore Medical College Hospital is making a move towards renewable energy. It will install as many as 45 solar-powered streetlights on its premises. R.

They segregate and help to dispose of plastic waste. Each morning, the residents of this ‘home’ in R.S. Puram take pains to carefully clear their premises of all plastic items.

2,700 saplings planted across ten acres of barren land in Mayilampatti

Around 15 kilometres from the city is Mayilampatti, a dry village with huge tracts of barren land, is now laying the foundation for a movement to increase the green cover in all the 235 village panchayats of Coimbatore district.

They were operating without licence or product approval

The Tamil Nadu Food Safety and Drug Administration Department (Food Safety Wing), Coimbatore Unit, on Wednesday issued closure notices to three flavoured water manufacturing units here for operating without licence or product approval.

Located about 25 km from the city in Anaikatti hillock, a highland in the Western Ghats where even the most essential of commodities is supplied only once a day, is a multi-specialty hospital that

Survey has identified 282 malnourished childrenin 26 slums of the district

World Vision, a development and advocacy organisation, has implemented a project to tackle child malnutrition in Coimbatore since January. It has been taken up in collaboration with Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS), a Central Government-sponsored social welfare scheme. The organisation, which has consultative status with UNESCO and partnerships with UN agencies such as United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and World Health Organisation (WHO), undertook a survey in 26 urban slums in the district, which revealed a child malnutrition rate of 45 per cent, according to K. Vetriselvan John, Programme Manager (Coimbatore), World Vision.