CHENNAI: Mass Rapid Transport System (MRTS) in Chennai is under-utilised, poorly designed and lacks maintenance, says a study.

Residents pin hopes on to-be-elected civic body

As part of popularising Conservation Agriculture (CA) technologies, Soil and Water Management Research Institute (SWMRI) of the Tamil Nadu Agriculture University here organised Direct Seeded Harves

Stepping up their protest against the Koodankulam nuclear power plant, agitators on Thursday staged a roadblock in front of the plant site, preventing entry of scientists and workers into the compl

The Union government is inclined to examine specific requirements of States individually while implementing the proposed legislation on food security.

When it was brought to his attention that crores of people in the State would be left out of the Public Distribution System as the ceiling for coverage of urban population stipulated in the draft National Food Security Bill was 50 per cent and the provisional figures of Census 2011

Anti-nuclear power activists protesting against the 2,000 MW Kudankulam nuclear power project on Thursday put up a road block, stopping scientists and engineers from reaching the Nuclear Power Corp

While permitting Sterlite Industries at Tuticorin to continue operations of its copper plant, the Supreme Court has directed the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) to issue notice to the in

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Thursday assured the people living in the vicinity of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project that her government would act in such a manner as to respect the

Sterlite Industries expressed confidence that it will overcome the deficiencies listed out in the Supreme Court judgment.

Project to lay second water pipeline yet to be implemented

Inaccessibility to drinking water is a cause for serious concern among people of Kayalpatnam, a Second Grade Municipality, which houses an eighty percent of Muslim populace. People are getting drinking water only once in five days or seven days.