CHENNAI TOASTMASTERS CLUB
President’s Desk
More than speaking and
leadership skills, Toastmasters
club is a movement which
helps us to realize our t...
Are you ready for a Plunge?
DTM Lalitha G
“Look at Reena. She is successful and good in everything she does. I want to be ...
3 Types of Leaders
“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there
is no path and leave a trail” a beautiful qu...
However, if you are able to get members to attend meetings, where you aren't getting paid... if you are
able to motivate y...
being late to school but his teacher comes to his rescue as he happens to be one of the most intelligent
and studious boys...
ADITYA COLUMN
‘The Hindu’ kind of news
Like a good boy, Vignesh joined TM because his dad told him to do so! But was
the o...
JAPAN & I
It was a December morning. The plane had landed at
Tokyo airport and I came out of the airport to catch a bus. T...
 
 
 
I was rolling over the carpet laughing.…..…. 
Now I mentioned that I stumbled many times with my language, but somet...
VALUABLE SUNDAY
- TM Thanigashwara A
I attended the OTP session on 22/01/2012(Sunday).
What a useful session it is? Nearly...
BE A CHILD
Children are always known for their exploring and exciting
nature. They are spontaneous, progressive and joyful...
THE COLORING ROOM
We think it’s cool to sit in an armchair with a
cup of coffee in our hand and say “Ah! School…
those wer...
So what Ideas do I get about fixing the
situation?
x Using better van’s for an
ambulance service as opposed
to the ancient...
If that seems too complicated, just bullet the
points in your mind.
Pizza Delivery Guy
x Great-hurry
o If he is late, the ...
Thoughts on Perseverance
- TM Veknash
Perseverance - The one quality which separates
great men from the average ones. The ...
 
 
  
  
  
  
  
        
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
Toastmaster?
Do you wish to be a humorous speaker? An inspiring speaker? A great
leader? An able communicator? Or self-dis...
PROGRESS TRACKER
Name CC1 CC2 CC3 CC4 CC5 CC6 CC7 CC8 CC9 CC10
Abhay Gandhi
Abhishek Singh
Ancy Mamachan
Aneesh
Anjaneya S...
Sakthi S Prasanna
Sarguru Srinivasan
Sarita Ramachandran
Selvabharathi Kalappan
Selvadurai Subramanian
Sivaprakash
Sivapra...
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  1. 1. CHENNAI TOASTMASTERS CLUB
  2. 2. President’s Desk More than speaking and leadership skills, Toastmasters club is a movement which helps us to realize our true inner potential. Chennai Toastmaster Club leads the front in doing this. Both inside and outside the club, our members exhibit their talent and prove the world that CTM is one of the finest clubs in the Division. With a huge representation in the recently conducted Officers Training Programme, the members have made CTM proud of itself. “A high tree catches lots of wind” goes a Dutch proverb and the same happens to CTM time and again. But with the renewed enthusiasm and energy, the new executive committee members are doing a wonderful job to convert the wind to a breeze that just passes by. A member of corporate club called me and said that he wish to become a dual member with CTM and the reason he said was that he believes in the proverb, “If you want to fly, fly with eagles” . Let us be the Eagles, anytime and every time and let us soar sky-high. President Address TM Sadayappan President CTM reeze that just passes by. fA member of called dme and said h to dual TM he to d every Inside This Issue President Address Are you ready for a PLUNGE? 3 Types of leaders Children of heaven Experience in Japan Aditya Column .. Evaluated by Valuable Sunday Mind your Language The Coloring Room Be a Child Progress tracker
  3. 3. Are you ready for a Plunge? DTM Lalitha G “Look at Reena. She is successful and good in everything she does. I want to be like her. Can you tell me what to do?” These were the words uttered by Radha, my young colleague as she looks at her peer who is making great inroads in everything she does. They had both joined the organization at the same time, but Reena had made it up the career ladder with such ease that my other colleague was feeling left out. I asked her the reason for the same, and she said, “Reena gets more opportunities to showcase her talent”. Opportunities – are they given to us on a platter or do we make the best of what we can? In today’s world, opportunities are plenty. The only trouble is they come in the guise of problems or issues. In Toastmasters, contests are such opportunities. I have heard my fellow club members’ state that they would not contest as the competition is tough. Is tough competition an issue or an opportunity? People like Reena make use of these opportunities and check out their limits. There are few myths around contests. 1. Contests are for the best speakers only – I beg to differ. I learnt the art of speaking only after contesting. I learnt that I had a flat monotone and was totally uninspiring only after I entered the contest arena. We become better speakers after we enter the contests. 2. We have to win the contests – We definitely have to win… but not against the competition. We have to win over our fears and inhibitions and discover a new potential within us. That is the true essence of winning. 3. The topic has to be something “Great” – Speech topics are available all around us. We need not rack our brains to find out something extraordinary to create speeches. 4. I do not have a strong personal story to tell – Does this mean that all speakers have faced some tragedy or the other, and that is why they are winners. Life teaches us many lessons each day – in sharing, in caring, in supporting, in facing challenges, and in living. Each one is personal as long as we “feel” it. 5. I am not good at Drama – Dramatic speeches have to be natural, if not, they are more comical than serious. Do not think of the drama effect at all. Feel the speech and the right range of emotions and body language flows naturally. Contests are for learning, discovering our inner strength, having fun, and it is a test of our perseverance and passion for what we do. It is a test that shows that we care about ourselves and want to be better than what we are today. It is a journey, and winning is not the destination – Winning is only a by- product. Contest season is round the corner – are you ready to make use of this opportunity – or are you going to be like Radha, envying the ones who dare to take the plunge? Come on friends, take the plunge and discover a new YOU. Enjoy the contest season!!!
  4. 4. 3 Types of Leaders “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail” a beautiful quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson. Many of us joined toastmasters because we wanted to develop our communication skills. Later we realized that we can also groom our leadership skills by being part of toastmasters and by performing the various roles. In all the leadership roles that we play in toastmasters, we have an option to be GOOD or GREAT. What kind of leader would you like to be? There are 3 categories of leaders. We can easily identify them anywhere in this world – at our work, in our family and in our social network. 1) Builders: You give them a vacant land ... they involve a number of people and build a beautiful castle, plant trees, develop gardens. They do things that benefit NOT only the current generation, but also the rest of the generations to come. 2) Maintainers: You give them a vacant land; they put a fence around it. They protect the land. They pay daily visits and make sure that NO HARM is done to it. However, the vacant land, continues to remain vacant. 3) Destroyers: You give them a vacant land. They don't do anything with it. They don't care about the land. They let weeds grow. They let people dump garbage and waste into it. The land becomes a dump yard. People don't love to visit the land, because it stinks. Toastmasters, the club is a vacant land given to you today. What kind of leader you want to be - builder, maintainer or destroyer?! What do you want to do with the club - build, maintain or destroy?! You may ask, "What do I get by spending time in building the club"? The answer is “NOTHING” Toastmasters club is a voluntary organization... you don't get paid for your service, you aren't going to lose your promotion if you don't do your job, and you aren't going to lose your pay hike or bonus when you fail here. TM Saro Velrajan Division Governor
  5. 5. However, if you are able to get members to attend meetings, where you aren't getting paid... if you are able to motivate your members to complete their CCs/CLs, when you aren't getting paid... if you are able to build a successful club, when you aren't getting paid... With all the skills and experience that you gain here, imagine the difference you would make at your workplace where you are getting paid. Where you are getting paid - to build a great product, where you are getting paid to build great teams … where you are getting paid to bring the best out of people. What toastmasters can DO to you is largely dependent on what you DO to toastmasters. To perform various roles in toastmasters, you don’t need to have the capability. You can develop the capability over a period of time. All that you need to have is commitment to do things; passion to achieve success and willingness to learn. With these qualities of leadership, you can easily build clubs - where everyone would like to visit, join and realize their dream of becoming a better speaker and leader. - TM Saro Velrajan Children of heaven This is an ordinary movie, yet no ordinary one. This is a normal movie, yet “it’s different”. This movie is about a beautiful bond between a brother and sister which most Hindi and Tamil movies claim to be about but instead turn out to be a platform for the protagonist to show his muscle power. It is a movie about an Iranian family that is barely managing to meet its needs. This family comprises of a 9-year old Ali (protagonist), 7-year old Zahra, a less than a year old sister and their parents. Ali takes Zahra’s shoes to get them repaired and on his way back home, he loses them. He feels very guilty, goes searching for them but in vain. So the next day, the brother and sister share his shoes. Zahra goes to school in the morning and rushes back home and then Ali wears the same pair and runs to school in the afternoon. He gets punished for “Children of heaven” is an Ordinary movie, yet no ordinary one.
  6. 6. being late to school but his teacher comes to his rescue as he happens to be one of the most intelligent and studious boys in the class. In the meanwhile, Ali accompanies his father to the other section of the city where the rich and the affluent live. They go knocking on each door asking if they can provide any gardening services. This particular scene shows how money is the biggest dividing factor in the society. At school, Ali notices that there is a marathon race and instantly gets interested in the third prize, which is, a pair of sneakers. He does not pay any attention to the first and the second prizes. He works hard and then the marathon begins. This is the most interesting part of the movie where the director has built the suspense really well. Did he win the race? Did he manage to get the third position? Did he get the sneakers? Well, he wins the race but does not get the third prize. Yes, he gets the first prize. His teachers are all exhilarated but he is far from happy. He is sad that he won the first and not the third prize, how ironical!! He comes back home to his sister and tells her. She feels happy for him even though he doesn’t bring home the sneakers for her. However, the movie ends on a positive note. Their father manages to earn some extra money and buys good pair of shoes for both the children and some most needed items for the family. It was a very heart-touching movie. Even though it is a short 90-minutes film, it leaves an impact for much longer time in your hearts. - TM Sudha Rajesh ““OOvveerraallll iitt iiss aa vveerryy hheeaarrtt ttoouucchhiinngg mmoovviiee,, iitt lleeaavveess aann iimmppaacctt ffoorr lloonnggeerr ttiimmee iinn yyoouurr hheeaarrttss”” SShe feels happy f ssneakers for her. HHowever, the mov
  7. 7. ADITYA COLUMN ‘The Hindu’ kind of news Like a good boy, Vignesh joined TM because his dad told him to do so! But was the only thing forced, everything else that followed was a matter of choice! According to him, his 2 favorite speeches were his CC-7 and CC-10. He says its because he re-worked on these projects and delivered them better the second time! This makes him believe in the ‘value of research and re-work’! After winning the elections he feels ‘’proud to be a part of the lighthouse club – though at the bottom” – I’m guessing this is because he is the S@A – 7th ranking officer of the club. ‘Times of India’ kind of news Vignesh boasts of 2 Royal Enfield bikes – one military bullet 1978 model and the other one – a thunderbird! Climax – he still prefers riding his bicycle, even to TM meetings!! He blames his ‘Single’ status on the girls in his college. According to him, they have branded his gang as ‘Kutti savaru’ (worth for nothing!) which makes it tougher to approach the girls. He hopes for better luck in TM! Evaluated by…Aditya!! The first thing that strikes you after talking to Vignesh is simplicity of thought and humor! He answers are simple, to the point and frank! And somehow, he ends up sprinkling humor in his sentences. Vignesh has an openness to learn and ask feedback – a great skill. It is because of this he has been able to achieve significant visibility in just 6 months of joining Toastmasters. Evaluated.. by Aditya
  8. 8. JAPAN & I It was a December morning. The plane had landed at Tokyo airport and I came out of the airport to catch a bus. There was Japanese standing in a queue outside so I joined them. All had one thing in common. They were smoking cigarettes. I was also smoking but I didn’t even need a cigarette…. ….The weather was so chilly (my breath was turning to smoke)! I worked for an export house in Osaka. One day our director told my colleague Bhagwan and I plan a trip to Australia to sell shoes as we needed to explore new markets. We landed in Darwin and after our first meeting with aboriginals, I faxed my boss: “NO biz, returning tomorrow, as natives don’t wear shoes FULLSTOP”. My colleague Bhagwan on the other hand sent another message: “Quck, send all sizes, as natives don’t wear shoes FULLSTOP. “ I learnt how to keep a positive attitude from him. When I started learning the Japanese language I had a tough time. In the office I used to feel they were always talking about me as I was the only odd ball not knowing their language. And, they hardly knew English. I would ask: Anata no shumi wa nan desu ka (What are your hobbies?) Reply would be: My hobby is…..instead of replying in Jap. Finally, when I was confident of my Japanese I could tell them: Nihongo wakarimasen ka (Don’t you know Japanese?) I stumbled many times and was often ridiculed for my rusty Japanese language for the first few months. However, I never gave up. Eventually, my never say die attitude led to me to gain proficiency in the language.I continued my studies after returning to India and have made Japanese the source of my livelihood. Much later on, I started teaching Japanese at an IT company in India. One day a student asked me to buy him a book entitled “Japanese for Dummies” as he could not spare time for the classes. I found the title bit insulting as it was calling him a dummy. I visited the bookshop but couldn’t find the book. Instead I bought him “Guide to Japanese language” and on the first page I wrote: “Baka no tame”...pause… which means “for a fool”. s. There em All had one ng to smoke)! ““NO biz, returning t MMy colleague Bhagw “Quck, send all size day a
  9. 9.       I was rolling over the carpet laughing.…..….  Now I mentioned that I stumbled many times with my language, but sometimes I also just literally  stumbled. First I need to tell you that in Japan the doors of buses and trains close before they move. This  was not only amazing and amusing but damaging too. I was rushing to catch bus outside my bldg and  before I could reach the door had closed and I tripped and stumbled damaging my right foot.   I learnt the lesson hard way: Never to run for a bus or a train, or for  that  matter…. … even a girl.    All will arrive in your life at their appointed time……  After I got married and my wife Neena came to Japan, I thought my life  will be easier, we all men think the same way isn’t it? In many ways  it helped, but I used to get few calls everyday: “ I don’t understand  what he or she is saying, could you talk to the person”. Soon I  enrolled her in Japanese classes.  One day, my mother–in‐law called to check how we were doing in  Japan.  She asked Neena: Do you get milk over there?  Neena replied: Yes mama, there is a cow standing below our bldg.  I was rolling over the carpet laughing.…..….  That holy cow was none other than a Vending machine.  ‐ TM Ramesh Daswani  [ACG Project 3 speech]                                              “That holy cow was none other  than a vending machine.”
  10. 10. VALUABLE SUNDAY - TM Thanigashwara A I attended the OTP session on 22/01/2012(Sunday). What a useful session it is? Nearly 200 toastmasters attended the full day session. Couple of years back, the OTP sessions was attended only by the club officers, now the entire scenario has been changed. Non-office bearers are attending the OTP knowing the importance of it. This is due to education sessions by the elite speakers. Kudos to Division G organizers for the education sessions by the gems of Division G DTM Nina John, DTM Lalitha Giridhar and Area G1 Governor Kartick Srinivasan. Incidentally all of the gems are from our club. They all stand testimony to how one can grow if we take the toastmaster movement sincerely. We should be proud that we are also belonging to the same club as the elite speakers. By seeing them, I felt the importance of attending and participating in the club meetings regularly to reap the benefits of this wonderful movement. MIND YOUR LANGUAGE - TM GowriShankar Heteronyms A heteronym is a word having a different pronunciation and meaning as another word, but the same spelling. Sometimes the stress is on a different syllable and sometimes the stress remains the same, but only the pronunciation of the vowel changes. Examples::: ‰ The boy received a present from his grandmother. (noun)- pre-zunt ‰ We are going to present our idea at the meeting. (verb)- pri’zent ‰ The treasure hunter discovered a valuable object in the tomb. (noun)- ob-jikt ‰ Lawyers often object to questions during a trial. (verb)- ub’jekt ‰ They had been lost in the desert for almost a week. (noun)- de-zurt ‰ The soldier decided to desert the army one day. (verb)- di’zurt gg
  11. 11. BE A CHILD Children are always known for their exploring and exciting nature. They are spontaneous, progressive and joyful. They see the world through the eyes of someone who never gets tired of learning new. They never feel contented and continue their exploring and progressive thoughts on whatever they see and love to see. Adults normally hold back themselves due to the fear of losing, but a child is never worried about the failure. They just concentrate on learning and not on the failures; this is why it is scientifically proved that we learn a lot when we are kids. The quality of resilience is abundant in kids which allow them to perform a task till they attain perfection. The innocence in a kid provides him the freedom to explore things many times in a many ways. I love to be kid again just to acquire the innocence and exploring nature. Hope you will also not miss it given a chance. - TM Arumugam Mariappan t concentrate on learning at we learn a lot when we ow them to perform a task
  12. 12. THE COLORING ROOM We think it’s cool to sit in an armchair with a cup of coffee in our hand and say “Ah! School… those were the days…” We look at somebody’s kids (or our own) and think “My God, they are smart! Was I ever so innovative and shrewd??” Well, for a grown-up, Childishness borders on being moronic. But being CHILDLIKE is a whole different game. As kids, we were all ‘Creative’. Growing up, we just forgot about it because it was not tested in the million-or-so exams we wrote. Thankfully though, creativity is not a glass of milk to rot away. It’s more like a switch in your head that can be turned on and off at will. Our tube-lights may flicker awhile before rendering light but we can take solace in the fact that they will glow eventually - In an attempt to train the flickering light bulb, I write this article, sharing one small technique I learnt from other sources. There is method to everything. Even chaos (which has no pattern) has a method to it (go Google ‘Chaos Theory’). Likewise, creativity can be methodical. Of the several methods known, I wish to share one – The Mind Map. Brainstorming is a term we are all familiar with. It is a method where several people put their heads together and come up with ideas (however impossible or improbable), list it all out and then get real. The Mind-Map is somewhat similar. It can be a hand drawn chart of ideas flowing in a specific pattern and color coded to signify something. Or it can be a giant doodle. Or it can just be something you draw in your mind to organize your thoughts and convey them in a coherent way. Let’s say you have been asked to talk on a topic “Pizza arrives in 30 minutes – the Ambulance takes an hour”. An Example: The first impulse is to feel a host of emotions like outrage, concern, laughter at the sheer comedy of the situation and anger at the inefficiency of everybody on the planet. Now add to this the “fear” of wanting to impress an audience with your insightful talk. Seems like too much ‘feeling’?? Hang in there. Now let’s take the next step. Identify the Characters involved in the scene. We have 1. the Pizza-Delivery Guy 2. the Ambulance Driver 3. You Now what logical difficulties exist in the situation? x The ambulance is bigger than the Pizza-delivery bike (4 wheeler vs 2 wheeler) – BUT, the ambulance gets a siren and traffic privilege over the pizza-delivery guy. x The Pizza-delivery guy’s job depends on how fast he can reach the destination – but the Ambulance driver has a more secure job. Even if he is too late to save the patient, he can simply blame it on traffic. x Pizza is a business. Ambulance is a Service. x The Pizza delivery guy might get a performance incentive or ‘Employee of the month’ award for maximum deliveries. But the ambulance driver is treated like a driver. His contribution is often overshadowed by doctors.
  13. 13. So what Ideas do I get about fixing the situation? x Using better van’s for an ambulance service as opposed to the ancient Maruthi-Omni types might be a start. Pizza delivery guys use bikes with great pickup. x Ambulance drivers must have a sense of urgency. If they don’t feel like they have something to lose, they may not work hard enough. x Having advertisements for calling emergency services on TV (like we do for dial-a-pizza) x When an ambulance is approaching with sirens on, please give way on the roads. x Giving the diligent ambulance driver his due incentive and credit. x When all else fails, if you live alone, have a heart-attack and need help, order a pizza and tell the guy to take u to a hospital. - Now imagine mapping these ideas with color codes. Red – Emotion Green – Character Black – Logical Thinking Blue – Ideas
  14. 14. If that seems too complicated, just bullet the points in your mind. Pizza Delivery Guy x Great-hurry o If he is late, the pizza will be free for the customer – taken from his salary ƒ Make the system kinder to employee x Fear o Of losing job ƒ Make it fair and performance based o Of meeting with an accident while hurrying on the streets ƒ Deal with traffic violations and speeding severely, the company has to learn to respect lives of its employees and other people on the road. x Competitive o Gets appreciation and awards for performing, hence tends to be competitive ƒ Make it less fierce. Life is more important than the food. We don’t want the pizza delivery guy to need an ambulance himself. At the end of this exercise, you’ll have thought out the topic from the perspective of all characters involved. Now you just have to thread them together. Weaving a speech on the spot is a skill that comes with practice. Watching some good English-movies or reading books with well- crafted dialogs and trying to be as articulate in daily life will improve your diction a good deal. Thinking on one’s feet is not easy – but it’s not too difficult either. Some topics may flood your head with ideas. In such cases, picking the best points, organizing them quickly in our mind and articulating them well is a challenge. In other cases, the topic might leave us stumped. Consider something like “Beauty is as beauty does”. It means beauty is judged by a person’s actions as opposed to their appearance. But if this meaning evades you, just latch on to the key words in the topic “Beauty”, “is” and “does”. Take it from there and you are good to go. It is widespread knowledge that a cluttered brain can’t really think straight. So can we completely empty our heads to be creative? I doubt it. The ability to be creative, despite all the worries that clog our thinking is a lot like rearing a lotus plant in a swamp. Lotus grows in marshes. The plant has the innate ability to take the best nutrients out of the slush and create the most beautiful flower. Its leaves are non-sticky, even water won’t stick to their surface. If our heads are swamps of a million thoughts, creativity is that lotus plant – untouched by the muck, drawing only that which strengthens it. I wish you a happily creative and fulfilling journey through life. - - TM Sandhiya Rajaraman District Level Champion – Table Topics
  15. 15. Thoughts on Perseverance - TM Veknash Perseverance - The one quality which separates great men from the average ones. The leaders from the followers. If there is one single virtue which depicts masculinity, it has to be perseverance. The ability to hold on long after everyone has quit is typical alpha male thing to do. It is the symbolic representation of the contagious combination of passion and courage. Perseverance is also a quality found among top entrepreneurs, explorers and adventurers. They’re the crazy ones. The animal spirits. The real life super mans and spider mans and Tony Starcks. These guys lead a very turbulent life. They’re the out casts. But their courage of their convictions and love for jobs make them persevere. They’re the ones who make all the difference in the end. They’re the ones who move mankind forward. They’re the ones who make the world a better place. From Richard Branson’s legendary battle with British Airways to Steve Jobs’s war with the big bad blue IBM. From Ted Turner’s struggle to keep CNN afloat to Sheikh Mohammed’s endurance to build the city of dreams, Dubai. They persevered. They stood their stand when things got rough. They created. They changed. And that made all the difference in the world. So, go forth! Preserve! Create! o male thing to do. It is the tion of passion and
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  17. 17. Toastmaster? Do you wish to be a humorous speaker? An inspiring speaker? A great leader? An able communicator? Or self-discover yourself? Then your pill is right here… Toastmasters International (TI) is a non-profit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a world-wide network of meeting locations. It is not just an organization but a movement to make public speaking and leadership skills a worldwide reality. Headquartered in Rancho Santa Margarita, California, the organization has more than 270,000 members in more than 13,000 clubs in 116 countries. And, we the Chennai Toastmasters Club are the first club to be started in Chennai. At every meeting, you can witness humorous speeches, debates, quizzes and lot more. At every meeting, members get to play different roles according to the structured learning process of TI. In Toastmasters, learning happens at his or her own pace and no one is forced to do anything. An invaluable part of being part of Toastmasters is the opportunity to network with people from diverse backgrounds. You may even end up meeting your friend of a lifetime! Here are people who will share the same interest as you in developing their toast mastering skills and through this mutually supportive environment achieving your goals might just be a street away. Once you are part of a toastmaster family, you are free to attend toastmaster meeting across the globe. Come and be part of the family! - By Aneesh At every meet aand lot more. At ever tthe structured learni hher own pace and no ppart of Toastmasters from diverse backgrofrom diverse backgro ople a g
  18. 18. PROGRESS TRACKER Name CC1 CC2 CC3 CC4 CC5 CC6 CC7 CC8 CC9 CC10 Abhay Gandhi Abhishek Singh Ancy Mamachan Aneesh Anjaneya Sastry Kantheti Anuradha SVR Ramprasad Arna Shashi Chugani Arumugam Bharat Srinivasan B Nithin, CL Bharath Raja Deepa Bharatkumar Guruvayurappan B Gowri Shankar Gomathi S Haritha Phalgun Jananee Ramakrishnan Jayanth Jagan K.V.V.Giri Logu Madhavan MK Madhukumar R Milton Mr Mohammed Musthafa Azeez Nagendra Bharathi Prasanna Pawan Kumar Ryali Pramoth Prem Kumar Ram Mohan Rajesh Narayanan Ramnath Rajaram Sailesh Ganesh
  19. 19. Sakthi S Prasanna Sarguru Srinivasan Sarita Ramachandran Selvabharathi Kalappan Selvadurai Subramanian Sivaprakash Sivaprakash SriHarsha Sravan Subhashini Raman Sudha Rajesh Thanigeaswara Anbarasu Thothathari Trishla Jain Venkatakrishna S Veknash Pillai Vignesh Swaminathan Vijay Deep ACB1 ACB2 ACB3 ACB4 ACB5 ACB6 ACB7 ACB8 ACB9 ACB10 Prabakaran Ramasamy, CC, CL Rajesh Natarajan, CC, ALB Nina John, DTM - 2nd Round Sadayappan T M, CC Shankar K, CC Thomas Cherukara, CC Varadarajan, CC ACS1 ACS2 ACS3 ACS4 ACS5 ACS6 ACS7 ACS8 ACS9 ACS10 Karthikeyan B, ACB, ALB Oommen John, ACB, ALB Ravi Baskaran, ACB, CL Srikanth S., ACB, CL Srinivasan Kartikeyan,CL,ACB ACG1 ACG2 ACG3 ACG4 ACG5 ACG6 ACG7 ACG8 ACG9 ACG10 Abraham Zachariah, ACS, ALB Ramesh Daswani, ACS, CL Aditya Maheswaran, DTM Sastharam Ravendran, DTM Lalitha Giridhar, DTM
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