Magnitude of second COVID-19 wave vastly different, south India has not sustained the worst yet, warn experts
At over 3,00,000 active cases Bengaluru has the highest caseload among all Indian cities. But experts warn the worst is still ahead as India's third-largest city buckles under oxygen shortages, overrun hospitals and crowded crematoriums
COVID-19: New governments have no time to celebrate poll win, they must jump into pandemic war immediately
It is time for the new governments to live up to the hopes of the electorate and take effective steps to curb the second wave of coronavirus.
Not more than 50 people may assemble for marriages and for a funeral the upper limit is set at 25, the government said
New COVID-19 vaccine price might cause 'financial burden' on India's 'lowest denomination', says Madras HC
The Madras high court also sought information from the Tamil Nadu government about the availability of medical facilities like oxygen and remdesivir in the state
Tamil Nadu to reintroduce curbs from 10 April as daily COVID-19 cases cross 4k; here's what's allowed
The govt has also decided to bring back initiatives like fever camps, door to door survey to detect people with flu-like symptoms and contact tracing of those who were in contact with people who test positive
On Sunday, he launched his party's campaign in Madurai for the scheduled 2021 Assembly election in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu govt extends lockdown till 31 Aug, allows Chennai eateries to begin dine-in services at 50% capacity
The chief minister also extended the shutdown imposed on Sundays, saying intense curbs will be in place on 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 August as well
Tamil Nadu Lockdown Diary: From enforcing COVID-19 quarantine to managing alcohol withdrawal symptoms, health workers in rural TN have their task cut out
In rural Tamil Nadu, a health sub-centre is the first institution from the primary health care system that anybody from the community would turn to,
Tamil Nadu Lockdown Diary: 'People talk as if COVID-19 came from Melapalayam, not China'; Muslims struggle with health systems steeped in prejudice
The experiences of many Muslims in Tamil Nadu in accessing healthcare revealed a system that repeatedly revealed its biases against them.
Tamil Nadu has suffered Rs 35,000 crore GST revenue loss during lockdown, says chief minister K Palaniswami
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami said that development schemes won't be affected by the various austerity measures taken to handle the loss in revenue due to lockdown
COVID-19 in Tamil Nadu: Healthcare workers resolute despite risks, but incidents of stigmatisation remain a worry
Doctors in Tamil Nadu said people they interact with are generally cooperative. However, there have been instances of doctors being denied rental accommodation and being forced out of hostels.