11 army men dead as avalanches hit J&K

Srinagar: At least eleven Indian army soldiers when a massive avalanche struck two Army camps in Ganderbal and Bandipora districts of Kashmir Valley. While eight soldiers died after an Army camp in Davar was buried under the snow, three were killed in Sonmarg

Left rings the alarm bell

Madurai: The CPI(M) today warned that Tamil Nadu’s industrial and agricultural output and economy would “steeply fall” if the government does not take immediate steps to overcome the power crisis by purchasing power

Sacred Hearts hospital nurses on strike

Thodupuzha:Idukki Sacred Hearts hospital nurses go on strike. Fair wages, bata to be permitted for night duty, to reduce the money deducted from salary in the name of accommodation and food were among the 12 demands raised by the nurses of the hospital

DMK left speechless

Chennai: Hours after the Supreme Court cancelled all 2G spectrum licences issued by disgraced former Union telecom minister and DMK leader A Raja, the party refused to react to the verdict. At the venue of

Jaya welcomes apex court verdict

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Thursday welcomed the apex court decision on the 2G case and said she would wait for the decision of the trial court on probing the role of Union Home

Ego- dealing with it

The goal of the Human way of life is liberation. Once a Sufi saint was speaking, and he suddenly asked the question, “What are you to be liberated from?” After a few moments he answered his own question with one word: “Your self.”

Honest husbands

A husband was throwing knives at his wife’s picture. But all were missing the target!
Suddenly he received a call from her.
“hi what are you doing

Compulsory education to all kids

Chennai: The Tamilnadu government has notified the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009, which provides for free and compulsory

Kiran Bedi lashes out at Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi: Kiran Bedi responding to Arvind Kejriwal’s remarks over the inflated travel bills issue involving her, said he would not have made such a comment if he had

Price of petro pruducts wont be reduced: Pranab

New Delhi: Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said it is not possible for the Centre to decrease the price of petro-products because huge subsidies are already being given to the oil companies for sale of fuel at controlled rates. Crude is being imported at a price many times more than at the time of the Budget, Mr Mukherjee said