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Custodial deaths spark national ire, no FIR yet

Condemnation of police for the deaths of P Jayaraj and his son J Beniks in judicial custody dominated social media and more complaints of police brutality against Covid curfew violators surfaced on Friday, but the state govt is yet to act against those responsible for the assault. No FIR has been registered against police, govt doctor, magistrate and jail personnel.

Chennai comes to a standstill on first 'Sunday shutdown'

It was a virtual curfew with deserted roads, bridges and intersections fully blocked by police using barricades and with theexception of police, sanitary workers and health personnel of theGreater Chennai Corporation (GCC) most of others stayed indoors.

COVID-19 deaths under-reported in Chennai, officials admit; authorities to probe discrepancy

A show-cause notice has been issued to hospitals after 236 COVID-19 deaths were not reported by the Tamil Nadu government. According to a report by TOI, at least 460 people succumbed to COVID-19 in Chennai till June 8 which is more than double the 224 announced by the directorate of public health (DPH). The matter came to light after the scrutiny of the city corporation death registry by the DPH when officials visited Ripon buildings on Tuesday.COVID-19 deaths under-reported in Chennai, officials admit; authorities to probe discrepancy

Chennai and three neighbouring districts to go into complete lockdown from June 19-30

The govt arrived at this decision after the medical expert committee constituted by the state govt recommended that the govt should tighten certain lockdown relaxations given in Chennai.

Institutional quarantine for travelers from Chennai and Delhi

Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, who announced the revised norms, said this was part of the strategy to contain the spread of the pandemic from across the state's border.

Walmart appoints Prashanti Bodugum as vice-president, tech and centre head, Chennai

As the centre head, Bodugum will play a critical role in enabling the long-term tech strategy for Walmart. Her focus will be to set up the Chennai centre as a sustainable location, to drive focus on outcomes and value creation for the organisation through enablement with the right tools and governance.

Chennai mall launches app for some post-lockdown retail therapy

Phoenix MarketCity and Palladium, Chennai, has come up with an app to help visitors maintain social distancing, high sanitation standards and personal safety after the lockdown.

Tamil Nadu CM Palaniswami writes to Modi, seeks aid to bail out Tangedco

Closure of major industries and commercial establishments has resulted in about 30% fall in power consumption. Since they pay a higher tariff compared to domestic consumers, the resultant shortfall in revenue will be much more.

Good news about Gir lions

The Asiatic lions are a subspecies of lions originally found in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iran and India, during the 19th century.

Tamil Nadu reports marginal drop in Covid-19 cases as state eases relaxations

According to the state media bulletin, the total number of cases in the State now stands at 1,14,978.

Tamil Nadu imposes complete lockdown in Madurai and neighbouring areas as state sees 2710 cases

Even in these areas, shops to be open from 6 am to 2 pm and people will be allowed to buy essential items. However, there will be a complete lockdown in on Sunday.

Virus themed robots sanitise Chennai

Coronavirus-themed robots were seen in Chennai working a containment zone to sanitise the area.

Uber resumes airport transportation service in Chennai

Over the past few weeks, Uber said it has launched a comprehensive series of safety measures like mandatory mask policy for riders and drivers, pre-trip verification, mandatory driver education among others

HCL provides safety equipment to police personnel and sanitary workers in Tamil Nadu

The safety gear provided by the global conglomerate also includes 130,000 gloves, 27,000 face shields, gum boots and battery-operated sprayers.

Lockdown compliance in Chennai least in Tamil Nadu: IIT study

The IIT-Madras team mapped the mobility data of Facebook users in every district in Tamil Nadu, and came up with an analysis on how lockdown compliance in Chennai was far less than in other districts.

Chennai will switch to shutdown mode for 12 days again: Tamil Nadu CM

The proposed lockdown, sans present relaxations, will be implemented from June 19 to 30 and on two Sundays (June 21 and 28) there shall be a full scale shutdown without any relaxations, he said.

Stocks in the news: Vodafone Idea, JSPL, ONGC, Petronet LNG and Bank of Baroda

Automobile majors will announce sales for June on Wednesday.

Tamil Nadu: Chennai engineers invent 'etiicos' to connect with COVID-19 patients, doctors

A group of engineers in Chennai have come up with a technology to form a bridge between COVID-19 patients and health workers. The device name is called "etiicos COVID-19 Patient Care System." It inter-connects patients and attendees wirelessly within 1 kilo meter radius circles. More than 100 patients can be displayed in the monitor. Etiicos Covid-19 Patient Care System inventor, Vigneshwar KG said, “Both patients and doctors are affected psychologically and it also affects the number of death cases. This is a digital solution which connects corona patients and doctors and nurses.” Tamil Nadu: Chennai engineers invent 'etiicos' to connect with COVID-19 patients, doctors

Amid Covid gloom, there is a good news for employees

Four out of five companies of 500 surveyed by Aon in May said they are not instituting across-the-board pay cuts. And nearly 70% said they would not lay off employees due to Covid-19. Here is a snapshot from a survey done by Aon.

Ray of hope as 97-year-old in Chennai recovers from Covid-19

Krishna Murti A was admitted at Kauvery Hospital in Chennai on May 30 after he tested positive for Covid-19. His symptoms included fever, cough and mild breathlessness.

View: Fake news and politics & economics of faith

By accusing the Knights Templar of being homosexuals, they were being equated with the Muslims, hence the pleasure-loving Devil. The ‘fake news’ helped the French king destroy this once powerful institution. Even today, we see propaganda, Islamophobia and homophobia applied to destroy political opponents.

Tamil Nadu hasn’t recorded 236 Covid deaths in Chennai

Atleast 460 people have died of Covid-19 in Chennai till June 8, which is more than double the 224 announced by the directorate of public health (DPH), a scrutiny of the city corporation death registry has revealed.

CM Palaniswami eases curbs in Chennai from July 6, extends restrictions in Madurai

Effective July 6, vegetable shops and groceries could function from 6 am to 6 pm from the present 6 am to 2 pm in Chennai and suburban areas under the jurisdiction of Greater Chennai Police, Palaniswami said in a statement.

Kolkata Airport suspends flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Chennai, Ahmedabad from July 6 to 19

The Kolkata airport has now decided that no flight shall operate to Kolkata from Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Chennai & Ahmedabad from July 6 to July 19 or till further order whichever is earlier.Kolkata Airport suspends flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Chennai, Ahmedabad from July 6 to 19

No passenger flights to Kolkata from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and 3 other cities between July 6-19

"It is informed that no flights shall operate to Kolkata from Delhi,Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Chennai & Ahmedabad from 6th to 19th July 2020 or till further order whichever is earlier. Inconvenience caused is regretted," the Kolkata airport said on Twitter on Saturday.

Chennai auto companies keep workers close to units; lodge them in halls, colleges

Hyundai Motor India has tied up with three colleges and universities in the vicinity of its factory at Sriperumbudur to use their premises, director for production Ganesh Mani S said.

Coronavirus-shaped robots deployed at containment zone in Chennai

Chennai, May 21 (ANI): As part of innovation, unique coronavirus-shaped robots with 4 wheels were deployed at a containment zone in Chennai to sanitise amid COVID-19. The idea was to replace human involvement at the hotspot or containment areas. The robot sprays 30 liters of sanitizer at once. The cases of coronavirus are growing at rapid speed in Tamil Nadu. Coronavirus-shaped robots deployed at containment zone in Chennai

Allegations of unavailability of beds in Chennai is false: TN Health Minister

This comes after television personality and actor T.V. Varadarajan had alleged that there are shortage of beds in Chennai for Covid-19 treatment.

Customs to begin faceless cargo assessment for imports in Chennai and Bengaluru

To begin with, imports covered by Chapters 84 and 85 of the Customs Tariff Act, 1975 which includes machinery, mechanical appliances, electrical equipment and parts, will be allowed for faceless assessment while going through customs. The Customs Automated System will assign Bills of Entry filed for imports of these materials.

Why China's aggressive rise as a superpower spells bad news for India

This ambition poses particular problems for India as China is increasingly determined to assert its position in the world, even if it means rubbing a lot of countries the wrong way simultaneously.

Chennai accounts for half of all cases in Tamil Nadu

According to sources, the health ministry has even pointed out that the government has not followed aggressive contact tracing leading to a scenario that it is responsible for an increase in Covid cases in neighbouring Karnataka and Kerala.

Stocks in the news: India Cements, NTPC, IGL, Muthoot Finance and Fortis Healthcare

IRB Infrastructure, MOIL, Thermax, Thomas Cook (India), and Whirlpool are slated to announce Q4 results today.

India Cements shares rally 10% on news of Damani takeover

The company is yet to announce its financial results for the March quarter.

WHO sees 'great news' in steroid's trial results in COVID-19

"This is the first treatment to be shown to reduce mortality in patients with COVID-19 requiring oxygen or ventilator support," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a statement late on Tuesday.

Chennai-based regulatory service provider Aparajitha Corporate Services makes foray into Sri Lanka

“Entering Sri Lanka was part of our business strategy for 2020 – 2021. The socio-cultural parallels between the two nations makes the scope for business growth opulently clear. This foray is in line with our aim to become a significant player in the regulatory compliance space in the APAC region," said Nagaraj Krishnan, Managing Director, Aparajitha Corporate Service.

Chennai records highest number of cyberattacks in India in Q4: K7 Computing

Among Tier-I cities, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Kolkata recorded the highest rate of infections, while among the Tier-II cities, Patna registered the highest infection rate at 38% followed by Guwahati, Jammu and Bhubaneswar.

Stocks in the news: Bajaj Finance, STFC, Max Financial, Suzlon, TCS and Apollo Tyres

STFC said the company's securities issuance committee has given its go-ahead to rights issue.

COVID-19 crisis: Chennai observes complete lockdown as corona cases rise in Tamil Nadu

Chennai observed complete lockdown on June 21. The decision of lockdown came after the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the state. Kanchipuram, Thiruvallur, Chennai and Chengalpattu were reported the most affected districts of Tamil Nadu. Vehicular movement also decreased in Chennai on third day of complete lockdown. Lockdown to remain imposed till June 30.COVID-19 crisis: Chennai observes complete lockdown as corona cases rise in Tamil Nadu

Snapdeal partners with Dailyhunt to add news content on marketplace

The integration will provide news content related to politics, sports, business, art, technology and cinema in 14 Indian languages to include non-metro users.

Tamil Nadu reports 817 coronavirus cases, highest single-day spike so far

Tamil Nadu reported the highest ever spike in Covid-19 positive cases on Wednesday with 817 people testing positive. The state also reported six more deaths.

Flight services resume from Chennai; 116 passengers leave for Delhi

A total of 16 flights were scheduled to arrive in the city through the day, according to the Centre's decision as Tamil Nadu government had demanded for capping such services to 25 per day, while 19 outbound services were scheduled from the city. The cities covered by arrival and departure flights include Delhi, Mumbai, Coimbatore, Madurai and Port Blair.

Stocks in the news: Reliance Ind, ICICI Bank, Future Retail, Indiabulls Housing, YES Bank, Biocon and NBCC

Lupin, Marksans Pharma, Aurobindo Pharma and Alembic Pharmaceuticals are recalling products in the US market.

Stock market update: 28 stocks hit 52-week lows on NSE

However, UltraTech Cement, ITC, Indian Oil Corp, Sun Pharma and Shree Cements were among the top losers.

Twitter removes China-linked accounts spreading false news

The network was engaged ``in a range of coordinated and manipulated activities`` in predominantly Chinese languages, including praise for China's response to the coronavirus pandemic and ``deceptive narratives'' about Hong Kong pro-democracy protests, the company said.

Tamil Nadu Health Secretary Beela Rajesh transferred as cases surge

Rajesh has been transferred as the Commercial Taxes and Registration Department secretary while the special nodal officer for Chennai, J Radhakrishnan, will be replacing her as the new Health secretary of Tamil Nadu, a government order confirmed.

Tamil Nadu government allows industrial estates in Chennai to resume work

The industrial estates situated in non-containment zones, including the Ambattur and Guindy clusters here can resume work from May 25, the government said, adding however employees residing in containment zones would not be allowed to report for work.

Stocks in the news: YES Bank, Dixon, NTPC, Shriram Transport and Indian Hotels

UPL said its Mauritian subsidiary has raised $500 million by issuing bonds to buy back existing debt securities and debt repayment.

Tamil Nadu: Former DMK leader VP Duraisamy joins BJP in Chennai

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) leader VP Duraisamy joined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He joined BJP in Chennai on May 22. VP Duraisamy was removed from the post of deputy general secretary of DMK on May 21. While speaking to ANI, VP Duraisamy said, “I have been closely watching PM Narendra Modi’s government. He is working hard to uplift the lives of downtrodden communities.”Tamil Nadu: Former DMK leader VP Duraisamy joins BJP in Chennai

Facebook, Twitter, Google to report monthly on fake news fight, EU says

Facebook, Google and Twitter should provide monthly reports on their fight against disinformation, two senior EU officials said on Wednesday.

In Chennai, ATMs to be disinfected after every use

As the novel coronavirus spreads across the world, and its many strains begin to mutate, governments globally are responding to the challenges as they come along. Now Chennai Corporation has released a new set of orders to contain the spread of infection.

Expats are leaving Dubai and that’s bad news for the economy

UAE could lose 900,000 jobs, eye-watering for a country of 9.6 million, and see 10% uproot.

Force Motors resumes operations at Akurdi, Chakan and Chennai plants

"With effect from May 21, 2020, the company has resumed its operations in its plants at Akurdi, Chennai and Chakan. At present, operations have resumed with 33 per cent attendance and the same will be ramped up in future as per relaxations provided by regulators time to time," Force Motors said.

Stocks in the news: HDFC Life, SBI Card, JB Chemicals, Motherson Sumi, Future Retail and Cadila Healthcare

Vedanta will be replaced by HDFC Life Insurance in the Nifty50 index, effective July 31.

Ahmedabad, Noida, Chennai among top 10 industrial corridors for MNCs: Report

While there has been a growing emergence of Southeast Asian countries as the preferred choice, India has three distinct advantages, including the recent reduction of corporate taxes for setting up of new industries.

Tirupati sacred laddus soon for devotees in Chennai, Bengaluru & Hyderabad

Interestingly,e-hundi cash offerings by devotees fetched a record income of Rs1.97 crore in April this year against Rs 1.79 crore during the same month last year, an increase of Rs 18 lakh

Global lentil prices increase on news that India reduced its import duty

The crop harvested in March-April this year is 25 per cent lower than last year.

Stocks in the news: Axis Bank, Dr Reddy's Labs, Adani Ports, Hero MotoCorp and Coal India

Uflex has reported a 43.30 per cent rise in consolidated net profit at Rs 100.90 crore for the fourth quarter.

Stock market update: 24 stocks hit 52-week lows on NSE

However, Grasim Inds., NTPC, Shree Cements, Larsen & Toubro and Adani Ports SEZ were among the top losers.

Three days institutional quarantine for those coming to Karnataka from Chennai and Delhi:CM

Up till now a seven-day institutional quarantine was prescribed for those returning from Maharashtra, while there was no mandatory institutional quarantine for asymptomatic people returning to Karnataka from other states.

CPCL Q4 results: Standalone net loss at Rs 1,637.56 crore

The city-based company has registered net loss at Rs 29.33 crore during corresponding quarter previous year.

Chennai artist modifies auto with COVID-19 theme

Despite the enforcement of a nation-wide lockdown, awareness about social distancing and healthy practices is spreading much slower than the virus which has led to many coming up with ideas to raise awareness.

Stocks in the news: Vodafone Idea, Axis Bank, Tata Steel, ONGC and Aditya Birla Fashion

Deepak Fertilisers, Goa Carbon and Ircon International, are among the companies scheduled to announce their results on Tuesday.

ET Explains: Why HCQ, Trump's Covid wonder drug, is in news again

HCQ might not be as effective as previously told, a recently retracted Lancet study has found.

Stocks in the news: SBI, RIL, Larsen & Toubro, Bharti Airtel, DLF and Infosys

DLF reported a consolidated net loss of Rs 1,857.76 crore in the fourth quarter of last fiscal year.

Stocks in the news: Axis Bank, ITC, Bajaj Finance, IDBI Bank, HDFC AMC, Piramal Enterprises and Sobha

S&P Global Ratings said it has lowered its ratings on Bajaj Finance to junk.

COVID-19: No total lockdown in Chennai as of now, Tamil Nadu government tells High Court

The submission was made before a bench of Justice Vineet Kothari and R Suresh Kumar in response to its query on Thursday whether complete lockdown can be implemented in the metropolis and its suburbs for some time as these areas have been reporting high number of new COVID-19 cases in the past several days.

Is a complete lockdown on the cards in Chennai? Madras High Court asks the state government as cases surge

The judges expressed concern over the "alarming" rise in cases despite the steps being taken by the Tamil Nadu government to contain the spread of the infection.

Why can't Chennai alone be under lockdown, High Court asks Tamil Nadu government

Despite the steps taken by the Tamil Nadu government to contain COVID-19 spread, everyday the number of cases is "steeply rising and the situation has become alarming" particularly in the metropolis and its outskirts, a bench of justices Vineet Kothari and R Suresh Kumar said.

Tamil Nadu reports 13 more deaths, toll at 197; case tally crosses 24,000

The state reported 1,162 cases yesterday and on Sunday the number was 1,149, according to a bulletin issued by the health department.

Beauty parlours, saloons, spas told to collect Aadhaar, mobile numbers of customers in Tamil Nadu

​​The SOP also said owners should not allow employees having cold, cough or fever symptoms from working and ask them to approach a doctor immediately.

Watch: Indian Coast Guard rescues 6 Sri Lankan fishermen from rough seas

Indian Coast Guard rescued six Sri Lankan fishermen by a merchant vessel YM Summit from 170 nautical miles east of Chennai in Tamil Nadu. The rescue operation was coordinated by Indian Coast Guard Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC) of Mumbai and Chennai on July 05 morning. The merchant vessel was on her way to Visakhapatnam when she sighted a capsized fishing boat with six survivors atop, at about 07:15 am on 05 Jul 2020, approximately 170 nautical miles east of Chennai.Watch: Indian Coast Guard rescues 6 Sri Lankan fishermen from rough seas

Tamil Nadu reports 4150 Covid-19 cases as state lifts complete lockdown from Monday

This marked yet another day of the State witnessing over 4000 cases. As many as 60 more people succumbed to the infection on Sunday, taking the death toll to 1510.

Coronavirus in Tamil Nadu: Over 500 cases reported in Chennai in one day

Three men died of COVID-19 and Tamil Nadu reported 669 fresh coronavirus cases on Sunday, reflecting the continuation of the recent trend of high number of new infections everyday and cumulatively, 7,204 people have contracted the pathogen so far. Chennai accounted for 509 of the 600-plus new coronavirus cases and totally 3,839 people have been infected in the State capital aloneCoronavirus in Tamil Nadu: Over 500 cases reported in Chennai in one day

Stocks in the news: RIL, ITC, Vedanta, Ruchi Soya, Ashok Leyland and Coal India

Fitch Ratings upgraded RIL's long-term local-currency issuer default rating (IDR) to 'BBB+' from 'BBB',

Large establishments in Chennai's shopping district asked to down shutters

Well-known textile names such as Saravana Stores, Nalli Silks, Kumaran Silks, Pothys, Chennai Silks in addition to popular jewellery brands like GRT, NAC Jewellers, Kalyan Jewellers, Joyalukkas, and so on have large establishments in the area.

Stocks in the news: IDBI Bank, GIC Re, HUDCO, Metropolis Healthcare and Canara Bank

Canara Bank reported widening of its standalone net loss to Rs 3,259.33 crore for the fourth quarter .

Chennai bans delivery of cooked food

Kitchen operators and delivery aggregators who spoke to ET said more states are placing restrictions on their services during the 21-day lockdown despite the Union government’s guidelines categorising food delivery under essential services.

Stocks in the news: RIL, Asian Paints, IOC, Adani Power, Ujjivan Financial and YES Bank

RIL is working to complete the contours of a strategic partnership with Saudi Aramco, the company said in its annual report.

Stocks in the news: Vodafone Idea, RIL, Cadila Healthcare, PNB Housing and Voltas

Google is said to be exploring taking a minority stake in British telecom group Vodafone’s struggling India business.

BMW Group India resumes local production at Chennai plant

German car maker BMW commenced operations at the Chennai plant in accordance with the government-initiated guidelines. The company also stated that the BMW, MINI and BMW Motorrad dealerships across the country would restart the operations in adherence to local government directives.

Government invites bids for Delhi-Varanasi high-speed rail corridor

The National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited, a joint venture of the Government of India and participating state governments, invited bids on Thursday to start the process of preparation of the Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the Delhi-Varanasi high-speed rail corridor.

China terms reports of 40 PLA troops killed in Galwan clash as 'fake news'

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian, who repeatedly parried questions on the casualties suffered by the People's Liberation Army since the incident occurred, reacted to the remarks of former army chief and Minister for Roads and Transport Gen (retd.) V K Singh who said, "if we lost 20 soldiers, more than double the number were killed on their [Chinese] side".

Tamil Nadu reports highest ever single day spike in Covid-19 cases

As many as 56,021 have been discharged from the hospitals after fully recovering from the virus. The recoveries also include 3095 new recoveries on Thursday alone.

Stocks in the news: RIL, Vodafone Idea, Asian Paints, Bharti Airtel, BoB and ONGC

Berger Paints, Balrampur Chini, Bank of Baroda and Page Industries will unveil their March quarter earnings on Tuesday.

Chennai should not become 'Corona capital': Kamal Haasan during 'Naame Theervu' launch

The initiative is primarily to provide medical help, as well as personal protective equipment (PPE) in places where people gather. He said that the people had gotten "tired" of waiting for the State and Central government to do something and hence, it was time to be proactive.

Good news for fliers: IndiGo, AirAsia start refunds to passengers

The government allowed domestic airlines to start operations from Monday this week and all airlines have been operating flight as per their schedule with minimal cancellation. Market leader IndiGo has not cancelled any flight during the first three days of operation – only cancellations have happened due to the order by state governments.

Tamil Nadu reports marginal drop in cases

As many as 52,926 have been discharged from the hospitals after fully recovering from the virus. The recoveries also include 2852 new recoveries on Wednesday alone.

Stocks in the news: Glenmark Pharma, HDFC, Cipla, Info Edge, UCO Bank and Cochin Shipyard

Kirloskar Industries, Info Edge (India), NDTV, Onmobile Global, Skipper are scheduled to announce their March quarter earnings on Monday.

Salons and private Covid-19 testing labs in Chennai to collect customer data as Tamil Nadu touches 25,872 cases

Apart from the collection of customer data, salons need to keep sanitisers handy while also having staff wearing masks and gloves at all times. The SOPs also also for towels to be cleaned before being used on another customer.

Tamil Nadu announces relaxations that will come into effect as State breaches 90,000 cases

While no activity will continue to be permitted within any of the 'Containment Zones (CZ)' in the state including greater Chennai and neighbouring districts, already permitted trade, including groceries and vegetable shops, commercial and industrial activities would be allowed to resume, as long as social distancing and other norms are followed.

Cargo volume at major ports slip 21% to 47 million tonnes in April; Chennai, JNPT severely hit

Rating agency Icra had last week said that while all cargo segments are vulnerable, container segment is expected to be more adversely impacted.

TN extends lockdown till July 31 after Health Experts Committee advised against extension

The Committee urged the government to increase the restrictions in areas where the health indicators were not satisfactory but did not suggest lockdown extension in the districts, including Chennai, that are under a complete lockdown till Tuesday.

Joe Biden's lead widens to 12 points over Donald Trump says Fox News poll

According to the Fox poll, as per the polling done between June 13 and 16, as many as 50 per cent of the respondents supported Biden against 38 per cent for Trump. Majority of the respondents said that racism, unemployment, and coronavirus pose a major threat to the stability of the country, the poll revealed.

Stocks in the news: RIL, Tata Motors, PNB Housing, HDFC AMC and Cadila Healthcare and Coal India

Moody's downgraded Tata Motors’ corporate family rating (CFR) and the company's senior unsecured instruments rating .

Chennai: New rule triggers spurt in small apartments

Many residents across the city are making use of a change in floor space index rule to demolish their stand-alone houses and construct apartments, making better use of the space and earning more rent.

Pune's Top 3 Picks - Luxury Homes

Pune’s emergence as one of the cosmopolitan cities has led to the city being touted as the premium destination for luxury housing. The city has been one of t...

Buy or Sell: Stock ideas by experts for July 07, 2020

ET Now spoke to various experts and here's what they have to recommend for today's trading session.Buy or Sell: Stock ideas by experts for July 07, 2020

4-day lockdown in Chennai, Madurai, Coimbatore not to be extended: Tamil Nadu government

The Tamil Nadu govt also announced a relaxation in the business hours of shops selling essential items including vegetables for April 30, saying they can function from 6 AM to 5 PM.

NCLAT to have a Chennai bench

As per the Centre's notification on Friday, the NCLAT, Chennai will hear appeals from the National Company Law Tribunals (NCLTs) having jurisdiction over Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Lakshadweep and Puducherry.

Railways completes 200 delayed projects during lockdown

Works included, rebuilding of 82 bridge, building 48 limited height road under bridge to replace level crossing gates, construction or strengthening of 16 foot overbridges, dismantling of 14 old foot overbridges (FOBs), launching of 7 road overbridges, five yard remodelling, commissioning of doubling of one project and 26 other projects.​

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