Chennai, March 17: A bone marrow donor drive held on Sunday at R.A Puram in a bid to find a matching donor for a 2-year-old baby in Boston has raised hopes of finding a perfect match from her ethnic background. “The number of volunteers who turned up was only around 30, compared to the turnout … More Non-profit aims to find asian donor for cancer-stricken child
Chennai, March 8: The Madras High Court order making singing of the national anthem compulsory in all private schools in Tamil Nadu has been received well in most schools in the city, with many already declaring that they have been following the practice for quite some time. “It is very surprising that there were schools … More Private schools fall in line after HC order on National Anthem
Chennai, November 25: Environmental experts are of the opinion that uncontrolled dumping of waste at the two main dump yards in the city, Perungudi and Kodungaiyur, which is today causing great nuisance to residents in the area, are direct consequences of improper urbanization and a highly centralized approach to waste management. “Any kind of waste … More Chennai’s dumpyards become nuisances due to poor planning, experts say
Chennai, November 23: The recent torrential rains in Chennai have brought to the fore the pertinent problem of solid waste management in the city. Several citizens have complained of haphazard dumping in the city under cover of the rain because of the disruption of waste transport facilities. However, it is not an isolated problem as … More Torrential rains bring waste management to the fore in Chennai
Chennai, August 25: Forty-five people were arrested outside the Collector’s Office at Rajaji Salai for protesting against a government order curbing the allowances of differently abled people in the state.