Kodikai remain out of reach for the common man
Kodikai have been kept for sale, at the major areas of Sivakasi. The price of Kodikai Puli, leaving a sour note among Sivakasi shoppers thronging the markets in Sivakasi. The price of Kodikai is Rs.240 to Rs.320/- depending on the size an...more
First Rain for the year 2017
Today, Sivakasi town received sharp drizzle for around 5 minutes at 07:05 a.m. and the town experienced drizzle occasionally at morning and evening. The drizzle brings the temperature down. For the next one week, sky will be cloudy with chances for rain, w...more
Sivakasians protest against Jallikattu ban for the 4th consecutive day
For the past four days, Sivakasi Jallikattu supporters protest against Jallikattu ban, at Sivakasi Bus stand. Thousands of Sivakasians taking part in the protest, with their families & friends. Protestors holding o...more
Sivakasi traders down shutters in protest against ban on Jallikattu
The Sivakasi traders here today kept all business establishments closed to protest against ban on Jallikattu, from 06:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.. All sections of people participated in the protest.
Schools in Sivakasi declares holiday for Pro Jallikattu
TN Government declared public holiday for 7 districts in Tamilnadu, for Protest against ban on Jallikattu. Today, Schools in Sivakasi declares holiday for Pro Jallikattu.
MoU was signed between the Mr. R.D. Sivakumar, M.Sc.,M.Phil., M.Tech., Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Assistant Professor and Head, Department of M.Com.(Computer Applications), ANJAC, Sivakasi and Movander Electricals, Sivakasi on 18.01.2017.
MoU was signed between the Mr. R.D. Sivakumar, M.Sc.,M.Phil., M.Tech., Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Assistant Professor and Head, Department of M.Com.(Computer Applications), ANJAC, Sivakasi and Mr.G.Govindaraj, B.A., Proprietor, T-Tech Enterprises, 1,Nattuk...more
Protests against ban on Jallikattu
Over 100 take part in Protests against ban on Jallikattu, today, near Sivakasi Bus Stand, at 04:00 p.m.. Protesters in Sivakasi demand that the ban on the sport be lifted. It was a message posted on a Facebook dedicated to Sivakasi & circulated on wh...more
Sivakasi Pongal 2017 - The unsold sugarcanes
Traders from nearby villages of Sivakasi and roadside vendors in the town brought loads of sugarcane to the key junctions of Sivakasi right from 5th January 2017 all the way till and eve of Pongal Festival. At Pongal time, one piece of suga...more