Chennai rains: IMD predicts heavy rains in TN, Puducherry for next 4 days
The govt. has started releasing 20,000 cubic feet per second of water from Chembarambakkam reservoir, the highest volume of outflow in several years.
Any incident of atrocity is a blot: PM
Amid the ‘intolerance’ debate, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said any incident of “atrocity” is a “blot” on the society as well as the nati...
Volkswagen to recall 3.23 lakh cars in India
German auto major Volkswagen will recall 3.23 lakh vehicles in India after a government-ordered probe found the company using diesel engines equipped ...
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Grasp the climate moment
The Paris Climate Change Conference could become a landmark summit in the history of world development, if leaders of the rich nations show the visio...
It is not unusual to see State governments showing reluctance to abide by court orders that rulers deem politically inexpedient or ideologically unpa...
Top gear in the rains
Frequent rains and bad roads can wreak havoc with your vehicles. Here are some tips and precautions to keep them in good shape
There’s no looking back
K. Prithika Yashini fought a long legal battle to become the first trans-woman sub-inspector in the country. The author reports on her story of resili
SC asks actor Govinda to apologise to person for slapping him
The Supreme Court on Monday advised Hindi film actor Govinda to apologise to a person who had lodged a complaint accusing the industry veteran of sla...
All you need to know about GST
While the BJP hopes to pass Goods & Services Tax Bill in RS in this session, it is getting strong opposition. Why?
Family evicted from theatre for ‘disrespecting’ national anthem
The incident came to light when a moviegoer filmed the altercation and posted it on Twitter and Facebook, leading to an online uproar.
Deadline over, but you can send in comments for Development Plan
The civic body has received close to 510 observations.
The power of silence
As top stars in Tamil cinema remain inaccessible to the media, Vishal Menon wonders if the trend is detrimental at the box office or if it has succeed
‘People thought I was too good-looking to play a ghost’
Raai Laxmi on her fascination for horror, and her hopes for Sowkarpettai, which marks her hat trick of films in the genre. subha j rao
A half-breed in Bombay
How do you preserve the purity of lineage and yet propagate the line of an ever-dwindling community? This is the question that Parsis continue to deba
Tinker, tailor, soldier, Bond
Should he be driven by gravitas or just pure fun? The world’s most famous spy has found it harder to find this balance than to mix his martini.
Australia bounces back to hammer Canada
Hurting from the huge defeat to bitter rival Great Britain, Australia went all out against a hapless Canada to register a 6-0 victory in its last Poo...
Paris Summit 2015: tackling climate change
Paris prepares to host the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change conference beginning on Monday, raising expectations that the participation of...
Chennai floods and the aftermath
Two severe spells of rain flooded most of the the city and large parts of the State. Subways, hospitals, roads got flooded and entire localities were...
Rains choke Chennai
The Hindu's photographers braved the rains to capture the city that is reeling under heavy downpour.
Mumbaikars wake up to The Hindu
As 'The Hindu' reaches the City of Dreams, the 137-year-old National newspaper hopes to bring 'India to Mumbai and Mumbai to India'. The newspaper launched its Mumbai edition on Saturday. Photos: The Hindu
More room for banks to pass on rate cuts: Raghuram Rajan
Lenders on an average have only passed less than half of the 1.25 per cent reduction announced during 2015.
Royal Enfield sales jump 48% in November
Exports of Royal Enfield were at 457 units during the month as against 344 units in November, last year.