- Cyclone Vardah makes landfall, throws life out of gear, kills 4 in Tamil Nadu
Cyclone Vardah, most intense in last two decades, claimed four lives, flattened homes, snapped power, communication lines and threw into disarry rail, road and air traffic as it crossed the coast in Tamil Nadu, pounding Chennai, Tiruvallur and Kanchipuram with heavy rain and squall.RIP Jayalalithaa: 10 facts you must know about beloved 'Amma'
Tamil Nadu's second female Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa took her last breath on Sunday in Apollo hospital. And now the whole state and country is mourning her sad demise. Here are 10 facts which not many of us know about her.Last rites of J Jayalalithaa: Reasons why she is buried, not cremated
Many speculations are being made over burial of Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, which contradicts with the cremating rituals of the Iyengar community she belonged to. But, if experts are to be believed then it is an "integral part of Dravidian culture".Cyclone Nada further weakens, makes landfall in Tamil Nadu: Five latest developments
Cyclone Nada weakened into depression and made landfall near Nagapattinam in Tamil Nadu, said MeT Department. Heavy rains upto 4 cms in Cuddalore, Puducherry and Nagapattinam are likely while Chennai will receive moderate rainfall, the weather department has said.Jayalalithaa health update: 'Breathing without support, speaking with speakers'
Good news for all the 'Amma' followers is coming from the hospital where she spoke for the first time in last two months with the help of speakers.Karnataka to decide next move over Cauvery water row today
Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah called for a separate cabinet and all-party on Wednesday to find out a way over the Cauvery water issue, after the Supreme Court directed the state to release 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu till September 27.Rahul Gandhi vows to bring Congress back in game soon
With poll results making it clear that people have now moved on from Congress, the party vice president on Thursday said he will work hard in coming days to regain the lost trust.Jayalalithaa set to return as Tamil Nadu CM, oath taking on Saturday
AIADMK Supremo Jayalalithaa is all set to return as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu after High Court gave her a clean chit in disproportionate assets case. She will be taking oath on Saturday morning at 11 AM.Jayalalithaa gets conditional bail, to be released from jail today
Tamil Nadu Court on Friday granted her conditional bail and suspended her sentence for two monthsTop Stories