Evictions continued along the banks of Cooum even as residents protested the move; a new parking facility is set to come up in central metro, and animal lovers have been asked to register to feed strays. Catch all this and more news from across the city!
From a novel online waste exchange facility to new developments at the Alandur Metro station, latest updates on the Corporation’s water bodies restoration project and new additions to the MTC’s fleet — catch this week’s news from your city.
The Madras High Court’s directions for Marina Beach, the progress of Pallikaranai revival, demolition of Elephant Gate Bridge, an award for police states for cleanliness — catch updates on all this and more in this week’s round-up of city news.
What measures is the Corporation taking, as it expects more rains to hit the city? Where is Chennai likely to see its second airport? Who will now be responsible for approving large housing projects? Catch all this and more in our weekly compilation of buzz.
Outrage over the tragic death of IT worker Subhasri Ravi, new plans of Metro Water, buzz over possible lowering of traffic fines under the new law — read more about these and other important news from the city in this week’s recap.
From the latest update on the tanker protests to the reported terror threat to city, and boost for several large infrastructure projects, catch the most important news headlines from the city over the last seven days.
What exactly is the water scenario in the city now? Shall the rains continue long enough? Why are eateries and food vendors under the scanner of the Chennai collectorate? And what can we expect from Metro Phase 2? A quick compilation of some important news from the week gone by.
25 schools in Chennai and suburbs unrecognized Over 5900 schools in the state including 25 schools in Chennai and Tiruvallur districts are being run without No-Objection-Certificate (NOC) and recognition of the school education department. The
Relief for Chennaites as tanker lorries call off strike The already water-starved city had a shock when the private water tanker lorries called for a strike from May 27, following the crackdown on tankers tapping