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Mar 21, 2018
Chennai hopes to keep drinking water woes at bay as major reservoirs record sufficient storage this yearAfter a successful North East monsoon bringing the maximum rainfall to the city as opposed to other drought-ridden cities and districts, Chennai has fulfilled its promises of reducing water shortage.
Jan 05, 2016
'Coterie is prostrating before Jayalalithaa': Karunanidhi slams AIADMK over Chennai floodsDMK President M Karunanidhi on Tuesday criticised AIADMK over its handling of the recent rains and subsequent deluge and warned that his party would soon "respond" to the ruling party "legally and through parliamentary democracy."
Dec 14, 2015
Firstpost Investigation: Were the Chennai floods a government-made disaster?Firstpost spent a week reporting from Chennai during the floods, during which time former bureaucrats, environmentalists, urban planners and citizens suggested that the city’s administration was to blame for the disaster. Inquiries revealed that these complaints bore merit
Dec 04, 2015
Chennai gets a breather as rains stop, train services partially restoredLife for people in Tamil Nadu's Chennai continue to be difficult though the rains have stopped in the capital. Many areas in Chennai still remain under water and supplies of essentials was difficult, said residents.
Dec 03, 2015
Respite from rain for Chennai; but excess discharge of water from lake floods new parts of cityRains abated in Chennai on Thursday giving relief to people tormented by the heavy downpour of the last three days but excessive discharge of water last night from Chembarambakkam lake on the outskirts flooded new areas of the city threatening to uproot people from their homes.
Dec 03, 2015
PM Narendra Modi flies to Chennai to take stock of floodsPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday flew to Chennai to take stock of the situation arising out of the floods.
Nov 17, 2015
Army, Air Force deployed to rescue stranded people from marooned areas in Tamil NaduThe Army and Air Force have been deployed for rescuing stranded citizens in Kancheepuram district, where torrential rains have left residents marooned, even as rain water inundated a large part of suburban Tambaram locality here.