One-size-fits-all policy won’t work for job creation in Bengaluru
Panellists ask policymakers to take a leaf out of China’s success story and build sector-based clusters and incentivise job creation for a better future. Some sectors such as garments could be moved outside of the city so that workers can cut their cost of living.
Water emergency in Tamil Nadu: Baalu
Baalu said in the next few years 21 cities could face severe water shortage and urged the government to take immediate steps in this regard.
Sugar output may drop 12.38% to 28-29 million tonnes
Due to sharp fall in the output in Maharasthra, the country's sugar production is expected to decline by 12.38 per cent to 28-29 million tonnes from 33.1 million tonnes in the 2019-20 marketing season.
Tamil Nadu may host next informal summit between PM Modi and Xi Jinping in October
The town was "one of the probable" ones that could host the top leaders of the respective countries for the two-day summit, the second informal one, the official said on condition of anonymity.
Little water left, but Tamil Nadu has most bottling units in country
Amid drought, water guzzling plants in the state draw at least 21 million litres of water everyday, which is leading to an increase in salinity of the groundwater.
Palaniswami US visit: Tamil Nadu attracts investments worth over Rs 2,700 crore
According to official release, 16 companies had signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) to make investments worth Rs 2780 crore in different fields in the state.
Fixing returns to haunt Indian cricket: woman player alleges approach, TNPL under scanner
The alleged incident, which the player reported to the Board's ACU, took place in February.Ajit Singh Shekhawat, the former DGP of Rajasthan and who heads the BCCI ACU, confirmed the development to .
Rajiv Gandhi assassination case: TN Guv rejects mercy plea of 7 convicts
Rajiv Gandhi assassination case: Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit rejects mercy plea of the convicts in the case. ‘Not inclined to agr...
Tamil Nadu bank under lens over farm loans to CCD staff
The loans, which have been obtained in the name of farmers, were reportedly diverted to different companies run by Siddhartha, I-T sources said.
Centre not imposing Hindi in Tamil Nadu: Nirmala Sitharaman
Zero Budget Farming involves total lack of dependence on chemicals and fertilizers and using natural ingredients including herbs in the farming process.
IIT Madras researchers develop method for enhanced Vitamin E production
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras have engineered sunflower plant cells to enhance their production of Vitamin E by ten times. It can pave the way for effective and efficient commercial production of the vitamin.
Government accepts IPS officer K Annamalai's resignation
CM HD Kumaraswamy had personally selected Annamalai to head South division in Bengaluru going by his track record, and gave him specific tasks on crime control. The officer had earlier served as SP in Udupi and Chikmagalur districts.
Second nuclear plant at TN's Kudankulam stops operation
The second 1,000 MW nuclear power unit at Kudankulam, owned by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) stopped power generation on Saturday.
PM Modi offered Xi Indo-Pacific connect in response to BRI offer
Prime Minister Modi's offer to Xi Jinping came at the recently concluded informal summit between the two. India is opposed to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a key part of the BRI, as it passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
Terror sleeper cells active in Bengaluru, Mysuru: Karnataka Home Minister
Basavaraj Bommai said the National Investigation Agency suspects movement of terrorists belonging to the Jamat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) in coastal Karnataka and a few interior parts of Karnataka.
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