COIMBATORE: Nine more persons have tested positive for A (H1N1) influenza in Coimbatore. These include seven girl students of a private school in the city.

Already three girls of this school had tested positive and were said to have been cured.

Of the other two positive results that arrived late on Wednesday, one was a 16-year-old boy and the other a four-year-old girl.

COIMBATORE: A survey of the Coimbatore Corporation

Rain brings relief and revives hopes for comfortable water supply

SPOT STUDY: Collector P.Umanath (left) and Corporation Commissioner Anshul Mishra (right) inspecting construction of a water treatment plant on Thursday at Velliangadu for the dedicated Pilloor Water Supply Scheme for the city.

K.V. Prasad

Drive launched in Mayor

D.K. Gautam, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, speaking at the 15th review meeting of State project engineers and civil works

Measures will be taken before the monsoon sets in, says Commissioner

WHAT A MESS!: A storm water drain choked with garbage and plastics waste on Goods Shed Road in the city. The Corporation plans to desilt canals before the onset of monsoon.

COIMBATORE: Another case of suspected A(H1N1) flu was reported here on Thursday.

A 40-year-old businessman from Mettupalayam in the district complained of flu-like symptoms on arrival at the Coimbatore airport after a trip to Malaysia.

PREVENTIVE MEASURE: The Coimbatore Corporation wants people in the city to allow its workers to pour larvicide in tanks to prevent mosquito breeding.

The youth on visit to Coimbatore is based in New Jersey

K.V. Prasad

TALL PROMISE: The metro train network seems to be the common link in the campaign of almost all parties in Coimbatore.