Chennai: After wielding fogging machines, hand sprinklers and fists full of bleaching powder, the Tamil Nadu government, in a fresh attempt to kill the dengue buzz, has now launched an app.

A firecracker shop set up outside a supermarket, flouting all norms, at Ashok Nagar in the city | ashwin prasath

Chennai: Septic shock, viral haemorrhagic fever, encephalopathy - medical jargon has often served as a smokescreen for civic and health officials who want to hide dengue deaths.

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is planning to build a satellite terminal away from the main buildings at the Chennai airport anticipating future demand.

In a push to improving amenities for travelers at Chennai airport, Centre has given go ahead for carrying out environment impact assessment report of Modernisation of Chennai Airport (Phase II) by

Funding agencies have started work on a revised detailed project report for complete integration of the waterbodies with the network

The State government on Wednesday sought two months time to constitute an advisory committee under the Disaster Management Act as per the directions of the Madras High Court.

CHENNAI: At least 17,325 houses in various parts of the city are yet to get toilet facilities.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Venugopalapuram & Nateson Nagar Vs Government of Tamil Nadu & Others dated 20/09/2016 regarding contamination of ground water due to discharge of waste water by an industry in the business of water servicing of vehicles. Also it is alleged that the industry is operating within the residential area without getting prior Consent or Environment Clearance from the Tamil Nadu State Pollution Control Board.

The heavy floods, which claimed the lives of many and which left destruction in its path last December, was the biggest disaster witnessed not only by the people of Chennai but also to the National