Ashoka Mithran

There is a training institute in Choolaimedu High Road. The Asian Research Institute functioning from Chennai is sponsored by the Japanese. Japanese is one of the most difficult languages in the world to learn. And if you by any chance master it, it...
At one time there was a plan to improve the facilities at the Perambur railway station to match that of the Central Station. But that is a pipedream now. If only the road over-bridge could be completed there may be some improvement, perhaps. For the...
Today, if someone says that Saidapet is synonymous with elephantiasis would anyone believe it? They might think that the Adyar River flowing there should be the reason. But when elephantiasis was prevalent, the Adyar River was very clean indeed. In...
Yelagiri, a small hill station in Vellore district of Tamil Nadu is a back packer’s paradise. Its history dates back to the colonial times, when the whole of Yelagiri was owned by the Yelagiri Zamindars. In the early 1950s, Yelagiri was taken by...
  The Valluvar Kottam is a memorial for the poet-saint Tiruvalluvar is shaped like a temple chariot. It is said that this chariot is, in fact, the duplicate from the temple chariot in Thiruvarur. A life-size statue of the saint has been installed...
Muttukadu, located at a distance of 36 km from Chennai, is a small town which is a preferred picnic spot along the...
Chennai Central, is the main railway terminus in the city of Chennai, formerly known as Madras. It lies adjacent to...
The Code Chennai-18 always raised the query 'Alwarpet or Teynampet' because Chennai post offices were not provided...
The Pursawalkam area in Chennai is one of the oldest residential localities of the city. The Pursawalkam...
When one happens to pass through Jaani Jan Khan Road in Royapettah, there is a feeling of moving about in a Persian...
There is a park in T. Nagar, known as Jeeva Park. This is situated opposite to the playground of Ramakrishna Mission...
I am sure you must be aware of the saying ‘a good government is one that governs the least’. But when...