The two operating units of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant have reached full generating capacity of 2000MW, as both units recorded 1000MW of electricity generation for the first time.

The restarting of the second 1,000 MW nuclear power unit at Kudankulam belonging to Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd is expected to happen during November second week

The Tamirabarani river is a part of the ecological and cultural landscape, and traditions of the people of Tamil Nadu. Unfortunately, public resources like the river water are sold at throwaway prices to corporations, who in turn resell the water either in the form of packaged drinking water or as aerated beverages. The political economy of the river and the state’s industrial plans, require radical rethinking.

MADURAI: The Madurai bench of the Madras high court on Wednesday passed an order imposing a ban on use of plastic bags below 40 microns in Courtallam falls situated in the Courtallam town panchayat

CHENNAI: Demonetisation has hit solar power tenders in Tamil Nadu with many developers unable to put down large volumes of cash needed to purchase the land required.

A court-appointed amicus curiae in the suo motu PIL proceedings examining the fairness of procedure in allotting 77 beach sand-mining licences involving extraction of rare atomic minerals worth tho

Order of the Madras High Court in the matter of Dr. D. A. Prabakar Vs State of Tamil Nadu & Others dated 21/11/2016 regarding Pepsi Cola and Coca Cola in the SIPCOT Industrial Growth Centre, Gangaikondan Village, Maanur Taluk, Tirunelveli District using water from Tamirabarani River for the purpose of manufacturing soft drinks and mineral waters.

On Saturday, PM Narendra Modi and Russian President Putin dedicated second unit, which is expected to start commercial production soon, to the country

Three lorries and an earthmover allegedly involved in illicit sand mining near Uvari were detained by Cheranmahadevi Sub-Collector V. Vishnu on Thursday evening.

Chennai: He is a concern those concerned with reducing man-animal conflicts in the state on the eve of International Tiger Day (July 29).