The rains, that have broken a 100-year-old record with one day's rainfall covering a month's average, also flooded areas in Vadapalani, Valasaravakkam and Nandamvakkam.
Civic infrastructure worth at least Rs. 2,000 crore is estimated to be damaged due to rain in the city.
CHENNAI: Within a couple of hours of receipt of memorandum on the losses caused by heavy rains in Tamil Nadu from Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi allocated Rs
Tamil Nadu continued to experience monsoon fury, with heavy rain pounding various parts of the state under the influence of a well marked low pressure area over Bay of Bengal, as the death toll fro
Taking suo motu cognisance of a public interest litigation petition, the Madras High Court has called upon officials of the Road Transport and Highways Department to inform the court whether any im
CHENNAI: A larger bench of the Madras high court will hear two petitions, which sought directions to the authorities to regularize encroachments near water bodies in Menambedu, Korattur and Kolathu
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CHENNAI: After the success of rainwater harvesting technique, Tamil Nadu government is planning to put to use the excess rain water let out in the storm water drains by linking it to water bodies.
CHENNAI: A month from today will mark a decade since the tsunami devastated the country's eastern shoreline, including the city's coast, and vast parts of South Asia, killing more than 2,30,000 peo
The National Green Tribunal’s (NGT) Southern Bench has restrained the Chennai Corporation from dumping garbage on the banks of the Cooum river in Nolambur.
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