Monthly Archive:: February 2017

Srinivasan has video of Jayalalithaa in Apollo

Chennai, Feb 28 (tamilnaducentral): OPS and those who suspect foul play in treatment of Jayalalithaa at Apollo Hospital will have to wait till Forest Minister Dindigul Srinivasan releases the video and photos shot in Apollo Hospital. Apollo’s Pratap Reddy says that Jayalalithaa did not want her to be videographed in the hospital. Governor Rao says

Historic March rainfall will help Chennai

Chennai, Feb 28 (tamilnaducentral): Historic March rainfall is on the cards for Tamil Nadu. Lake levels as on date show increase in Poondi and Red Hills lakes, predicts Tamil Nadu weatherman R Pradeep John. As the two spells of monsoon failed Tamil Nadu, pushing the State to drought, Chennai is already experiencing water scarcity. The Meteorological

AIADMK to back hydrocarbon project ?

Chennai, Feb 28 (tamilnaducentral): Is AIADMK playing a double game on the  hydrocarbon project at Neduvasal? After meeting the Oil Minister in Delhi, Minister Jayakumar says that the Government would find ways to extract hydrocarbon without affecting the farmers. Just after this,the Oil ministry releases a detailed note on how the hydrocarbon project will not

BJP MP’s Karnataka firm gets hydrocarbon project

Chennai, Feb 27(tamilnaducentral): It appears that Tamil Nadu BJP is not just upset that the all Central projects are opposed by protesters. It was in the air that a Karnataka based company had bagged the contract to extract hydrocarbon in Neduvasal. Now it turns out that it is owned by BJP MP of Karnataka who

India’s richest cities : Chennai ranks sixth

Chennai, Feb27 (tamilnaducentral); A report by New World Health reports that India’s financial capital Mumbai is the richest Indian city with 46,000 millionaires and 28 billionaires. Chennai has ranked sixth. Here goes the wealth data of the country’s richest cities: Mumbai – Rank 1 – Rs 54.64 lakh crore – home to 46,000 millionaires and

NEET hits Tamil Nadu students badly

Chennai, Feb 27 (tamilnaducentral): Among the five Southern States, only 41 % of students of Tamil Nadu who appeared for NEET were qualified. All the Southern States had high percentage, says CBSE in a reply to an RTI query. CM EPS is in Delhi to ask PM to exempt Tamil Nadu from NEET. The National

Dinakaran calls AIADMK meet, EPS in Delhi

Chennai, Feb 27 (tamilnaducentral): TTV Dinakaran, the joint general secretary of AIADMK has asked all district functionaries to come to Chennai today for an emergency meeting. Significantly, CM EPS will be in New Delhi to meet PM Modi. He will be staying in the capital for three days. A report says that Dindigul Srinivasan who