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Tamil Nadu student held for rape, assault

A Class 10 student has been arrested in connection with the alleged sexual assault and murder of an 11-year-old girl in Vellore, a senior police official said here on Wednesday.

Improvement an evolutionary process: Coach G. Jayakumar

After the first Test at Adelaide, M. Vijay credited training sessions with his coach G.

Kerala Blasters break Chennaiyin hearts

Chennaiyin FC’s Jeje Lalpekhlua shoots past Kerala Blasters players in their ISL semi-final.  -SPORTZPICS

Chennaiyin nearly made a molehill out of a mountain but their incredible fight failed to take them to the final of the Indian Super League here on Tuesday.

Can Chennai step it up?

Kerala Blasters swept past Chennaiyin 3-0 in their Indian Super League semi-final first leg at home.— SPORTZPICS

Chennaiyin FC have the onerous challenge of overturning a 0-3 deficit against Kerala Blasters in the second leg of the Indian Super League semi-final here on Tuesday.

Staff clueless on Foxconn closure


Following Nokia, Foxconn, world’s largest contract manufacturer of mobile phones and electronics, is reported to be winding up its Chennai unit following lack of orders.

The IPL fixing case could drag on


The next hearing in the IPL fixing case will be held on December 15 (2pm), but it could extend into the new year as there are a few more arguments to be made in the Supreme Court.

India caught in GOSF frenzy

The usual online favour-ites apart, this time it’s raining deals on cars, homes, holiday trips, dinner buffets, online pujas, demat accounts, education courses and even amusement park tickets at the G

Sterlite to double production

Tamil Nadu could possibly become the Asian copper hub if plans of Thoothukudi-based Sesa Sterlite Limited Sterlite Copper fructify on time.

Delhi Dynamos FC hold Chennaiyin FC, stay alive

It was all square after four sumptuous goals in the last league match of the Indian Super League here on Tuesday.

Bridging the skill gap among IT job aspirants

Team work: Lovleen Bhatia and Kapil Tyagi, the founders of Edrueka

It was a proud moment for Lovleen Bhatia and Kapil Tyagi, founders of Edureka, when one of their students, became India’s first Kashmiri to create an Android app for her state in 2011 after her six-we

India’s retail sector is a potpourri of formats.

There was a news report not so long ago that ICRISAT (International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics), an international organisation and part of the CGIAR (Consultative Group on Inte