Coimbatore News

Coimbatore News

A young team takes the initiative to make Pollachi a dream destination for tourists

Merchants associations send relief to Wayanad

Aadi Amavasai: devotees throng Bhavani Kooduthurai

To save patients who require immediate blood transfusion

Slow pace of pipeline work delays road construction

Kerala rains: 8 feared dead in a landslip in Palakkad

Toxic algal bloom plagues Floridas Gulf Coast

A woman from Saravanampatti in Coimbatore killed her three-month-old child allegedly after she was depressed over having given birth to a second

Essential commodities and other relief materials worth about ₹ 31.3 lakh provided by the government departments and other organisations were

Steps being taken to eliminate all unmanned level crossings by next month

Mullaiperiyar dam is safe in all respects, TN CM Palaniswami writes to Kerala

Electrified Salem-Karur section to be commissioned by year end: DRM

The more-than-five-km-long Manickam Street – Sangaralinganar Road – Tagore Road that connects Mettupalayam Road in Kavundampalayam with Sathyamangalam

Start-up develops optical fencing to tackle human-elephant conflict

Kerala rains: Helpline numbers for stranded Cochin airport passengers

The highest qualified person is a diploma holder

Electrified Salem-Karur section to be commissioned by year end: DRM

Karunanidhi at 94, the passing of a patriarch

NTC workers to go on indefinite strike

IMD forecasts strong winds from westerly direction along north and south Kerala coast

Workers of the National Textile Corporation (NTC) mills in the State will go on strike from August 20 demanding revision of wages. C. Padmanabhan,

Over 40,000 people in relief camps in Ernakulam

Landslips reported in many places in Valparai ghat road

Cultural events, welfare aid mark I-Day celebrations

The 33rd dance festival of the Pollachi Tamil Isai Sangam began here on Saturday. The six-day dance festival features 11 dance performances by troupes

Sluices of six dams in the Nilgiris opened

Sluices of six dams in the Nilgiris opened

Delay in online registration and renewal of licence for pharmacies

Reservoirs fill up as rain intensifies

CPI (M) to protest against contract with Suez

Woman, paramour held for childs murder

A freewheeling conversation with theatre artiste and musician Leon James on his love for exotic instruments

According to volunteers of Centre for Urban Biodiversity Conservation and Education, use of crackers to scare birds is rampant at the Singanallur Lake.

Offer special pujas and pay obeisance to their forefathers

Woman, paramour held for childs murder

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Reservoirs fill up as rain intensifies

Video: These plastic bags dissolve in water

Conservancy supervisors given bicycles

Kerala rains: Rahul Gandhi asks people to contribute to CMs relief fund

Corporation hopes to overcome financial stress

Flood warning issued to people living in low-lying areas and on the banks of Cauvery

Cities ranked population-wise based on 78 indicators across 15 categories

CPI (M) to protest against contract with Suez

Gift a tree certificate for birthdays, anniversaries

Delay in online registration and renewal of licence for pharmacies

Heavy rain battered Udhagamandalam, Gudalur and Pandalur towns on Tuesday resulting in inundation of roads, and uprooting of trees at various

The technology is eco-friendly as it does not harm the animal

A self-made city fares badly in ease of living

I wanted her to ask why she had to choose

Joint effort needed to end illegal trade of birds

Chinmaya International Residential School emerges winner

Coimbatore district records a total rainfall of 530.60 mm

Following heavy rain in the Nilgiris, the sluices of the Kundah, Upper Bhavani, Avalanche, Pykara and Glenmorgan dams were opened on Tuesday. Speaking

BU renews attempt to bring back distance education courses

The Supreme Court judgment directing the Nilgiris administration to remove encroachments from the elephant corridor, part of the Mudumalai Tiger Reserves buffer zone, will allow free movement of animals and is a big step towards preserving the Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve.

Incessant rain over the past few days in Kerala and over the western ghats section in Coimbatore district resulted in the breaching of the bund of the

A number of political parties led by the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam on Friday paid homage to DMK president M. Karunanidhi, who breathed his last in

Rose-ringed parakeets, Black kite, Spotted munias and Strawberry finches are among those trafficked and sold

Conservancy supervisors given bicycles

Creamy layer cannot be applied to deny quota benefits in promotions to SC/ST govt employees, Centre tells SC

To be distributed to victims with dt. administrations help

Unsafe buildings pose threat to school students

Woman kills three-month-old female baby

A self-made city fares badly in ease of living

Special officers to monitor flood-prone areas in Namakkal

Bids invited to prepare a detailed project report

NTC workers to go on indefinite strike

Merchants associations send relief to Wayanad

Kerala teams up with Central forces in massive rescue effort

The city police on Saturday arrested four persons and seized banned gutkha products worth ₹22.5 lakh. A police party, on a tip-off, was conducting

Not one graduate in this tribal settlement

27 women donate hair for cancer patients at a voluntary donation camp

Indias first penguin chick born at Mumbai zoo

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Industry seeks extension of proposed industrial corridor

More relief materials sent to flood-hit Kannur, Wayanad districts

Veera Hiranandani talks about her latest book The Night Diary, which is set against the backdrop of Partition

Salems Kuppaikaran initiative collects cigarette butts for a cause and some money

Australian sex abuse victim settles with Catholic order

No relief in sight as Australian drought fuels bushfires

When the songs of Kishore Kumar and Rafi are married to a good cause, it can only mean lasting happiness

Moolathara Dam bund breaches, causes flooding

Unsafe buildings pose threat to school students

A self-made city fares badly in ease of living

I wanted her to ask why she had to choose

More relief materials sent to flood-hit Kannur, Wayanad districts

Reservoirs fill up as rain intensifies

Water level stands at 47 ft, against the FRL of 49.50 ft

Govt. has proposed property tax revision for urban local bodies

Blood storage facilitysought for Valparai GH

Uncontrolled fishing disturbs avian visitors

When history is invoked for censorship and divisive politics; to hate, maim and to exclude, writer Perumal Murugan invoked history to aid humility

Pollachi Tamil Isai Sangams 33rd dance festival begins

Social Democratic Party of Indias Tamil Nadu unit has urged the State Government to release May 17 Movement coordinator Thirumurugan Gandhi. In a

The QR code in the certificate locates the trees planted on behalf of sponsors at Kalam Vanam

A day after the University Grants Commission did not recognise the Bharathiar University as one fit to offer distance education programmes in its list

It will benefit MSMEs in western districts of Tamil Nadu

Cultural events, welfare aid mark I-Day celebrations

400 teams from 60 schools take part in The Hindu In School quiz contest

Political parties pay homage to Karunanidhi

NABARD organises district-level climate literacy workshop

Create awareness on climate change

Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve: Where jumbos can walk free again

Industry seeks extension of proposed industrial corridor

The school at Gopalapuram village was built 20 years ago

The police on Tuesday arrested K. Vanitha (24) and her paramour Srinivasan for murdering her 3-month-old girl child. Investigations revealed that

Heavy rain raises water level in Siruvani Reservoir

In pictures: M. Karunanidhi, the five-term Chief Minister

Karunanidhis tryst with tinsel town

Intense rescue efforts on in Pathanamthitta, Ranni and Changanassery; more forces incoming

The SENS movie screening on Friendship Day was the perfect gift for people with special needs

Different bowls and different foods from across the world… thats what On The Gos Lets Go Bowling food fest is all about

Delay in online registration and renewal of licence for pharmacies

Fairfield by Marriot serves up an impressive vegetarian thali with both Gujarati and Rajasthani specialities

Watch: An LPG iron to press clothes

Merchants associations send relief to Wayanad

Using history for the right cause

Plans to ease traffic chaos at Lawley Road junction

Youth group enables city to turn ecologically harmful waste into manure

Conservancy supervisors given bicycles

Banned gutkha products worth ₹22.5 lakh seized

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