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Tamil Nadu Govt to form separate solid waste management organisation

The state also built a special action plan to combat air pollution for major cities


Pillur administration acquires 34-acre for drinking water project

The Rs 779 cr project to generate 178 MLD water from the Pillur dam


TNERC issues an amendment to prioritise energy adjustment

The amendment is for the Grid-Connectivity & Intrastate open Access Regulations


Sembcorp to supply wind-solar energy at Saint-Gobain’s facilities

The power purchase agreement will be for 25 years


Dalmia Cement decides to invest Rs 2,600 cr in Tamil Nadu within 3 years

The company plans to set up three grinding facilities in Tamil Nadu


Kavundampalayam to get solar power plant

Total solar power production capacity to be 7.6 MW


India’s electricity usage soars to 132.98 billion units despite energy crisis

n next 2 months, country's electricity consumption is likely to reach 220 GWh


Top picks for tech-driven construction advancement

CW looks at the tech advancements the industry has been seeing lately


Civil aviation ministry shortlists sites for Chennai's second airport

The Ministry of Civil Aviation shortlisted two sites, Pannur and Parandu, to develop the second airport in Chennai and has referred them to the state government. Out of the four sites suggested by the government of Tamil Nadu, the ministry has shortlisted two sites.


TN urges Centre to expedite construction of AIIMS Madurai buildings

Tamil Nadu’s health minister Ma Subramanian has planned to meet with Central health minister Mansukh Mandaviya in Delhi to urge him to speed up the construction of the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) buildings.


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