Indiatimes | My Mail | Make this your homepage

Wednesday,31 October,2007 11:46 AM 
 
times now home sitemap desktop ticker
DID U HEAR THAT?

‘Karva Chauth’ for Ash
    NATIONAL: Court to decide if Aamir Khan is to be given custody of brother Faisal n Aamir's brother Faisal Khan is suffering from schizophrenia n Sourav Ganguly's brother Snehashish questioned by CBI in Kolkata n Snehashish being interrogated in connection with Rizwanur case n BJP seeks to keep up pressure on K'taka Governor Rameshwar Thakur n BJP petitions Governor Rameshwar Thakur to invite it to form govt n K'taka BJP: Gov "delaying matter" & not "responding to popular demand" CBI QUESTIONS TODI: Priyanka's father, Ashok Todi being interrogated by CBI n Todi's interrogation currently on by CBI headed by a DIG level officer n Todi being asked whether he threatened Rizwanur, offered money n CBI has already interrogated Priyanka's mother and uncle n Prasun Mukherjee, fmr Kolkata police chief also to be questioned LEFT SOFTENS STAND: CPM Gen Secy Prakash Karat says PM's integrity is unquestioned n Prakash Karat: Differing view does not mean lack of respect n Prakash Karat: No climbdown on the position on Nuclear deal n Prakash Karat: Left will not ''hound govt'' for the rest of the term n Prakash Karat: I don't agree that PM should quit n P Karat: Crisis owing to divergent positions, not personal differences n Prakash Karat was speaking in an interview to the The Telegraph PM DEFENDS N-DEAL: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says Indo-US Nuclear Deal is not 'dead ' n PM: We have not reached the end of the road on Indo-US nuclear deal n PM: We are trying to resolve differences on Indo-US nuclear deal n Prime Minister maintains that support of Left is necessary n PM:Efforts on to evolve broad-based national consensus on Nuclear-deal KALAM CLEARS THE AIR: Former President Abdul Kalam speaks exclusively to TIMES NOW n Kalam speaks out on controversial issues in his tenure as President n Kalam: The Afzal clemency case didn't come to me till I was in office n Kalam: Personally I am against the principle of death penalty n Kalam: Death penalty needs a debate in Parliament n Kalam: Sending back Office of Profit Bill was a deliberate message INTERNATIONAL: UN Gen Assembly votes overwhelmingly to end US embargo on Cuba n Majority UN members vote for 16th time in a row to lift curbs on Cuba n Cuban Finance Minister: We are prepared if US chooses to attack Cuba n Gaza City: Israeli raid kills 4 Palestinians and wounds 5 others PATHAN ON AGGRESSION: Irfan Pathan says he believes in 'composed aggression' on the field n Pathan on Symonds incident: Crowds will scream, it is part of the game
 
RSS Podcasts NOW Alerts Newsletter
Speak Now
Which of these do you think is Bollywood's number one actor?
 
YOUR CALL
Do you think Karnataka politicians are betraying the people's mandate?
 
 
SERVICES

To enjoy a host of value-added services from TIMES NOW

Schedule






citizen reporter News Letter Sign In DownloadRingtones Rss news Podcasts RSS News Podcasts
 
Home > India
Font Size  a+   a-


Cyclone alert lifted in TN  

10/29/2007 9:10:48 AM 

Met department has recalled the cyclone alert in Tamil Nadu

Its good news for Tamil Nadu as the Met department has recalled the cyclone alert which had been issued last night.

The depression which formed over the Bay of Bengal has now crossed Tamil Nadu and is moving towards Andhra Pradesh. However, there is still reason for worry as very heavy rains have been forecast in northern districts of Tamil Nadu and parts of Andhra Pradesh.

Rains in state capital Chennai has been sporadic over the night and the authorities are pumping out water from flooded areas.

While there is some respite for the residents in Tamil Nadu with the rains showing signs of receding, the state government has announced a holiday for educational institutions today. Heavy rainfall over the past two days has so far left 15 people dead.




Related Stories

Cyclone worries loom large

 Rate this article

      1 out of 5 2 out of 5 3 out of 5 4 out of 5 5 out of 5

  Read Comments   Post Comments   Total Comments 0
 

 Email this article Print this article

  

Most read article Most emailed article Most rated article

 Search by date,category and keyword
     Search  
   





confirmation-number register-here
Copyright © Timesnow.tv. All rights reserved. Reproduction of news articles, photos, videos or any other content in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of Timesnow.tv is prohibited

 

Home Weather Schedule rss podcasts new blogs cable TV