15 Sep 2013
Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Sunday launched a Rs 10 a litre Amma Mineral Water bottle, inaugurating the water plant set up by the transport department.
21 Jun 2013
In a bid to ensure quality and affordable drinking water for the poor and middle class people, the Jayalalithaa government in Tamil Nadu is set to launch nine 'Amma Mineral Water' production units across the state that would offer one litre bottle at a price of Rs 10.
11 Jun 2014
Chennai: Rolling out yet another pro-poor measure, Jayalalithaa government on Wednesday launched three varieties of low-cost salt, named after the Chief Minister herself.
26 Sep 2014
Chennai: The Tamil Nadu government on Friday announced a populist 'Amma Cement Scheme' under which it will procure cement from private manufacturers and sell them at Rs 190 per bag in the wake of possible increase in rates of the key construction component.
10 Jun 2014
New Delhi: Soft drink giant Pepsico India Holdings Pvt Ltd has won a trademark case in the Delhi High Court over the trademark 'Aquafina' used for its packaged drinking water.
19 May 2016
New Delhi: West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress today crushed the opposition and Tamil Nadu's AIADMK proved exit polls wrong by retaining power in assembly elections, the biggest popularity test after the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
13 Mar 2014
Paris: A hundred and fifty years ago, in "Journey to the Centre of the Earth", French science-fiction forerunner Jules Verne pictured a vast sea that lay deep under our planet's surface.
08 Nov 2012
It looks like Akshay Kumar is in for a major image makeover. The actor who is known for his ‘clean’ image is apparently all set to endorse a brand that is owned by industrialist Vijay Mallya and that also produces alcohol.
08 Aug 2011
With rising incomes, the face of country’s villages has changed rapidly. But in some villages the development stands far beyond the development reflected by the ranked cities. The befitting example in this context is the Ena village of Gujarat.
01 Oct 2012
Date palm leaves can help remove chemicals like pharmaceuticals and dyes from hospital waste water before it is discharged into the municipal sewers, says a scientist from a university in Oman.