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TALKVol.1 | No.36 | June 07 - June 13, 2015 | Sunday | Tamil & English Weekly | 8 Pages | Free Circulation
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June 07 - June 13, 2015 3ARCOT ROAD TALK
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Cine Actress : Ammu
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ARCOT ROAD TALKJune 07 - June 13, 2015
Dr. M. Arunachalam
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Minsk Clinic, Annai
June 07 - June 13, 2015
ARCOT ROAD TALKJune 07 - June 13, 2015
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  1. 1. ARCOT ROAD TALKVol.1 | No.36 | June 07 - June 13, 2015 | Sunday | Tamil & English Weekly | 8 Pages | Free Circulation www.localnewspaper.ine-paper online e-paper online
  2. 2. Readers are recommended to make appropriate enquires before enteringintodealswithadvertisers who advertise in this publication. The Editor and publisher do not vouch for any claims made by advertisers and hence shall not be held liable for any adverse consequences. ARCOT ROAD TALK is not responsible for any unsolicited materials received at its office. ARCOT ROAD TALK How to Contact Address : 316, Arcot Road, Kodambakka, Ch - 24 Phone : 72990 66700 E-mail : timeslocalnewspaper @ THETEAM EditorPublisher - D. Lokesh Editorial - V. Rajan Reg.Manager - Prethip.K FrontOff.Mgr. - Ms. Laksmi MarketingExe. - Mahendaran A.Elangovan Photographer - Kalaikumarn Designer - Santhoshkumar Accountant - R.Ashwini Circ.Supervisors - Azhagu Raja ADVERTISEMENT RATE Black White DisplayAdvertisement Ratepercolumn.Cm Regular Pages – Rs.120 Page 2 – Rs.140 Classifieds rate: All Real Estate and Rental related and SituationVacantfor30words:Rs.400Other heading for 30 words: Rs. 350 For every additionalwordRs.10 DeadlineforClassifieds: Saturday 12p.m. DeadlineforDisplayAdverts. Friday 8p.m. COLOUR Ratepercolumncm Inner Pages – Rs.280 Page 1 Rs.320, Back page Rs.300 ARCOT ROAD TALK is published every Sunday is given free. Copies in Circulation: 42,000. At present areas covered : Arcot Road, Kodambakkam, Vadapalani, Valasaravakkam, Virugambakkam, Chinmaya Nagar upto Porur C L A S S I F I E D SC L A S S I F I E D S 2 June 07 - June 13, 2015ARCOT ROAD
  3. 3. June 07 - June 13, 2015 3ARCOT ROAD TALK C L A S S I F I E D SC L A S S I F I E D S WANTED BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVES Ready to work on field want to earn money need only apply. Freshers also welcome Exp 1 to 2 years and above. Exp in space selling, newspapers, neighborhood, will be added advantage. Two wheeler must Attractive Salary + incentives Contact: 72990 66700 Email your resume to: We spend about a third of our lifetime sleeping, and like it or not it surely affects our health. The occupied position during the sleep can affect the healthy functioning of our bodies, especially if you consider the fact that 95 percent of us sleep every night in the same position. • Sleeping on your back This is the most common way of sleep, and studies have shown that carries affordable health care use. This position gives the organs more space. It is considered that the effect is even greater if the knees are slightly bent and raised, thereby reducing pressure on ankles. In this way the blood circulates through the body more easily. For those who snore during sleep this position is the happiest combination. Also this position is not recommended for pregnant women because of the way that comes to reduction of blood circulation in the placenta. Sleeping on the side According to many people the most comfortable posture during sleep. The spine is in a perfect position and has good support. This position is also known as the fetal position. But here are a few recommended items that should be preserved. There is a need to have a higher pillow and to sleep on the right side of the body because the heart should work easier. For some individuals this situation leads to problems with proper breathing and partial closure of the airway. The reason is that gravity forces the tongue to come in contact with the gums and thus leads to partially closing the airway, and this happens if the person is using the mouth breathing while sleeping. • Sleeping on your stomach This position is considered as the worst position to sleep. Apart from the neck there is created pressure on other internal organs. When you sleep on your back it comes to reducing breathing. If you sleep on your stomach, your face is “crowded” on the pillow and it increases the likelihood of occurrence of wrinkles. If you sleep on your stomach and you cannot let it go try sleeping without a pillow, to reduce the negative effect of this sleep position. The Way You Sleep Is Talking A Lot About Your Live T o R e a c h : ARCOT ROAD TALK Call: 72990 66700
  4. 4. 4 June 07 - June 13, 2015 ARCOT ROAD Cine Actress : Ammu R a m a c h a n d r a n Inaugurated National SILK Craft Expo 2015 (5-6-15 to 15-6- 15) Organised By Village Art Craft Foundation K a l a k s h e t r a F o u n d a t i o n , (Opp:PambanSwamigal Temple) T h i r u v a n m i y u r , C h e n n a i - 4 1 C e l l : 9 8 8 4 4 4 6 7 4 7 /9441987009 Village Art and Craft Foundation organising Silk Of India Exhibition Cum sale from June 5th to 15th June at Kalakshetra Foundatio n,Thiruvanmiyur,Chen nai-41. The Expo will open from 10.30 am to 9.00 pm. The Exhibition showcasing exquisite sarees, Suits, Dress Material, Kurties, Top, Fashion Jewellery and dresses by craftmens from 100 renowned Weavers and artisans. A colourful range of fabrics like Chanderi cotton silks, hand embroidered, kurtis, dupattas, salwar suits, kameez, hand block printed traditional weaves .silk ,natural dyed printed textiles , chanderi sarees in zari woven and Batik work ,apparels life style accessories fromSutra. Kashmir Hand embroidered sarees , shawls, salwars, suits, handbags , stoles, silk pashmina shawl, silk scraves , dress materials also displaying in the exhibition. Mr. Ashish Kumar Gupta, organizer informed, the traditional Indian artistry is dying due to modernization, our aim is to promote best artisans by putting up exhibition, through such events more than 10thousand artisans families get benefited every year. The artisans from different states are going to showcase their art sclputure said. Weavers and artisans are showcasing their silkandcottonproducts in the expo From various states of India. A wide range of sarees, duppatta, salwar suits and stoles in vibrant colours are available at attractive prices. Here you can find chirala, Mangalagiri, Kalamkari, Gadval, and Cotton Khadi Sarees from Andhra Pradesh alongwithKanjeevaram and Uppada From Karnataka. Math and Science are definitely important for your child. But more important is Life skills, Attitude and Personality development, which ultimately decides the personality of a child, as an adult. Global Gateway’s Chennai Champs, The International Montessori Preschool offers Behaviour Training as the main curriculum of pre- schooling! Exposure to rich Spoken English takes the second priority, in grooming the child. Children are admitted right from the age of 1yr, into the Toddler group, followed by Pre-Mont, Mont- 1,Mont 2 Mont- 3, upto 6 yrs of age. Children are exposed to Theatre, Yoga and Music to do away with shyness build self-confidence and courage, for effective self-expression c o m m u n i c a t i o n . Though the common myth is that early- schooling is not required for children, the true fact is that the earlier the child is exposed to peer group social behaviour, the better effective is the behaviour Training offered. Spare your children for 2 hours a day and discover the champ in them! Chennai Champs is located at West Mambalam and Alwarthirunagar (Valasaravakkam). Day Care facilities and after school activities are also offered. For further details on Behaviour Training, Contact: 9840990499 / 9952996263 Jeeva Park located at G. N. Chetty Road, T. Nagar turns theme park during the ‘Kids Carnival’ program conducted by the park’s walkers and joggers association on May 31. R. Sukumaran the organizer and instrumental for the kids carnival said that hundreds of children from all parts of Chennai participated in the event. They were enjoyed jumping Castle merry go around balloon shooting, popcorn, cotton candy, tattoo, flavoured milk, biscuits, towel and gifts was the highlight of all things were provided free. He said that hundreds of children participated in the competitions such as drawing, dance, carnatic music, fancy dress and Skipping. Sukumaran said that Kid’s carnival will be annual event in park similar celebrations happened it includes Newyear, pongal, Vinayagar Chathuruthi, Deepavalli, Christmas and music concerts. For more details Contact: 98414 32604. National Silk Craft Expo... Behaviour Training for Children! Auspicious day for Hanuman 10-6-2015 Park Turns to Theme Park The birth star of Lord Hanuman is Poorvabhadra Nakshathram Onthatday,Pushkarudu, the king of Vanaras attained fame and austerity by worshipping Him. It falls on 10-6- 2015, Wednesday – so devotees do chant Hanuman Chalisa 11 times between 12 to 1 noon at your places, feel the vibrations and get the divine blessings of Lord Hanuman. Hanuman Birth TIME 12 to 1 The auspicious and opportune time in a day is called Abhijit Lagna a little later to noon time. This Abhijit Lagna nullifies all doshas and becomes auspicious – Hanuman Mathaji
  5. 5. ARCOT ROAD TALKJune 07 - June 13, 2015 Dr. M. Arunachalam , Medical Director, Minsk Clinic, Annai Sathya Nagar, K. K. Nagar felicitated by Ungalakagha Charitable Trust for his free medical service to the public recently during their 3rd anniversary celebrations. The award for presented by Dr. K. Rosaiah the Governor, Tamilnadu, in presence of Dr. Suneel the Founder, U n g a l a k k a g h a Charitable Trust and other eminent personalities. He is providing free consultation and free treatment from 4.45 p.m to 5.15 p.m from Monday to Friday at St.Anne's Church, Nesapakkam since July 2004 and he treated 2000 to 3000 patients every year. Dr. Arunachalam is running an old Age home free for ten, since May 2007, said that he have registered a trust to run an old age home free for ten from his own resource and now with part donated from my patients at Tirunelveli. In fact its in my home where to keep my mother active and in company of old people with a mission, that I have started after my mother accepted my initiative since May 6, 2007. Upto now 45 members benefited, he added. He authored a book about Obesity. Second book has getting ready to print soon about Illnesses of people in Family Physician's clinic. Dr. Arunachalam is the Chairman of Crisis Management Committee and Quackery Eradication State Committee member of Indian Medical Association, Tamilnadu and he is immediate past president of Indian Medical Association, Chennai K o d a m b a k k a m Branch. He is that founder member of Human Rights Environment and Consumer Rights Protection Council, West Mambalam Dr. Arunachalam is participating for talk shows in satellite channels and writing columns in dailies. He is an industrial medical officer at Aravind Laboratories and Eyetex Cosmetic company. He also provides free medical assistance for the labourers. He was studied MBBS in USSR between 1986- 72. He also received number of awards from various organizations for his service. Dr. Arunachalam can be contacted in phone 2249 0565. More than 50 students participated in an one- way free yoga workshop for children aged 5 to 12 years in Anjaneyar Temple, 53rd Street, Ashok Nagar from May 25 to 30. S. Kalaichelvi the yoga master said that workshop conducted for children to be active in their daily works and also practise yoga at their home itself. She said that children enjoyed yoga and were demonstrated asanas on the final day of the session in front their parents and audience. Kalaichelvi said that free yoga classes is being conducted from 6.15 a.m to 7.15 a.m on all days except on Sundays at temple premises. Those who are interested to join the class contact 99404 97147. Doctor felicitated by Ungalakagha Charitable Trust for his free medical service. Free Yoga Camp The ‘World No Tobacco Day – De-addiction Campaign Brahma Kumaris- N u n g a m b a k k a m Branch conducted The ‘World No Tobacco Day – De- addiction Campaign at Mambalam Railway Station from 10am to 6pm on 31st May 2015. The purpose of the De- addiction Campaign program is to create awarness amoug the general public about the evil effects of practicing the habits of Smoking, Drinking Alcohol and use of Drugs and Gudkas. And also give them the spritual solution for De-addiction from such habits. The campaign program included Pictorial Exhibition and explanation of the effects of evil habits, volunteer’s campaign with placards and well designed Street Play shows. More than 80 of our volunteers distributed around 10,000 hand bills and created awareness to thousands of general public who passed in the Mambalam Railway Station. More than 200 registrations were made for the De- addiction camp. which has been organized from 1st to 3rd June 2015 at Brahma Kumaris Rajayoga Meditation Centre,18, Krishnamma Lane, N u n g a m b a k k a m , Chennai 600 034. Phone: 044 28262627, 09791092461. S.Vijayalakshmi,( resident of LIG Flats,7th Avenue, Ashok Nagar) has been making health mix from micro- millets like Varagu, Thinai ,Samai , K u t h i r a i v a a l i , Kambu, Cholam etc. The mix can be used to make porridge which may be taken for breakfast. Dosa and Adai can also prepared using the mix. Before starting this venture, Vijayalakshmi had undergone a training program on millet products conducted by department of Horticulture, Government of Tamilnadu last year. ‘Micro-millets are god’s gift for diabetics and these are Hypertension friendly too’ She said. Half and one kg packs are sold at her residence. She extends discount on bulk orders. She can be contacted at 97907 72370 / 2371 1835. Micro-millets Food for diabetics and Hypertension
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  7. 7. ARCOT ROAD TALKJune 07 - June 13, 2015 FOR ADVERTISEMENT Contact : 72990 66700 ARCOT ROAD TALK, *PILLAR TIMES, *ASHOK NAGAR TIMES, *T.NAGAR, *CHROMPET TIMES, *SELAIYUR TIMES, *PERUNGALATHUR TIMES. VEDANTA INSTITUTE MADRAS : Vedanta Institute Madras organises Bhaja Govindam sessions in English by: Shri R. Aravindan on Sunday Date : 17/05/2015 Time : 6.45 to 8.00 pm Venue: P.Sreenivasan, P3, 6th Main Road, First Lay Out Teachers’ Colony, Kolathur Near Aqua Design Office on 100 Feet Road Chennai 99. For Details Contact : 9840493904 Thiruvasagam Nirmala Ravi a resident of Mettupalayam, West Mambalam and party will be recite ‘Thiruvasagam’ from 9 a.m onwards on Sunday, June 7 at Sri Sakthi Vinayagar Temple, Sathya Moorthy Block, Jafferkhanpet. Ashok Nagar. All are welcome. For More details contact : 99417 55111. Talk on ‘Thiru Arutpa’ on Tuesday Thiru Arutpa – Arulalar Under the auspicious of Vallalar Sanmarga SangamlocatedatV.O.C Street, MGR Nagar, Balasubramaniam will give a discourse on ‘Thiru Arutpa – Arulalar Vallalar’ on Tuesday, June 9, at 6 p.m in Sakthi Vinayagar Temple P.T. Rajan Salai, K.K. Nagar. All are welcome. For more details contact: , Ph: 94453 43706 G O V E R N I N G BUSINESS AND RELATIONSHIP By R. ARAVINDAN, Vedanta Institute Madras Vedanta Institute Madras organises: A session on Governing Business and Relationship by: Shri R. Aravindan on Saturday Date : 13/06/2015 Time : 10.00 am to 11.15 am Venue: Hotel Pratap Plaza, 168, K o d a m b a k k a m High Road, M a h a l i n g a p u r a m , Chennai -34. For Further detail contact 9840493904 Vedanta Institute Madras organises: A session on Atma Bodha in English by Shri. R. Aravindan on Saturday Date: 13/06/2015 Time 7.15 - 8.45 am Venue: Baskar Ramamurthy, Parsn Renascence, Aster 203, Mambakkam Main road, Medavakkam, Chennai-126. For further details contact : 9840493904 VEDANTA INSTITUTE MADRAS : Vedanta Institute, Madras conducts a study session by R. Aravindan on The Fall of Human intellect on Friday, 12/06/2015, 7.00 - 8.00 am @ The C o u r t y a r d , N o . 2 7 , Pycrofts Garden R o a d , N e a r Shasthri Bhavan, N u n g a m b a k k a m Chennai - 34. For Details Contact : 9840493904 Carnatic music competion on the kritis: Harikesanjali Trust located at Gopalakrishna Road, T. Nagar is conducting a carnatic music competion on the kritis of Harikesanallur Muthiah Bhagavatar on Sunday, June 21, between 10 a.m and 1 p.m at Narada Gana Sabha, TTK Road, Alwarpet. The competition is conducted for 2 different age groups 13 – 17 and 18 – 25. Interested candidates may apply on or before June 15. There is no entry fee. For details regarding application the candidates may contact our trustee Bharathi, Ph: 98403 98616 or email or K.Venkateswaran, Ph: 98404 72285. Engagements 2/5/2015, Bangalore, India: Punyakoti is a collection of firsts for the global animation industry and Indian animation industry. It is the first Sanskrit animation film the world is ever going to see, it is the first crowd sourced animation film being created in India, together, it marks a huge milestone worldwide. Infosys’ HR professional, Ravi Shankar, discovered Sanskrit very late in his life. The language drew him to the 5000 years of collective wisdom our ancestors left for us and future generations. Ravi also writes books for children, his story adaptation of ‘Punyakoti’ was published in Sanskrit – that’s when he realized, in a time and age where current generations were leaving Sanskrit behind, it was time to make Sanskrit more accessible, young and relevant. Ravi’s script is inspired by 'Punyakoti' a Kannada folk song that narrates the story of a confrontation between a cow and a tiger, Punyakoti explores the growing issue of man- animal conflicts. The film is comprised of 31 scenes, the project is open to independent animators, animation studios and schools to pick up a scene and contribute. Punyakoti has also roped in the legendary composer Sir Illairyaraja, Ravi says, “When I wrote PunyakotiI narrated the story to him, he liked it, blessed me and agreed to make the music.”Ravi adds, “Punyakoti is our story. The message of living a life of honesty and living in harmony in nature is universal. It needs to be collectively owned and told by all of us.” Punyakoti has launched it’scrowd fundingcampaign on 1st June 2015 on Wishberry – they are looking to raise Rs.40 Lakhs (around $62,800) in 60 days. Although they went live just a day ago, they have already attracted high profile supporters, Manoj Kannoth, (National award winning director),Anvar Ali (award winning poet and writer), Dr RN Nagaraj (a noted Sanskrit scholar) MD Pai (former CFO of Infosys), Swaminathan Dandapani (chairman of Manipal Hospitals) and Dr.AmeetaJadav (Dean of the Art Institute of Atlanta) The film will be completed in 2016, provided they reach their crowdfuding target. WishberryLink:https :// campaign/punyakoti- crowdsourced-sanskrit- a n i m a t e d - m o v i e / Website link: http:// The first crowd sourced, crowd funded Sanskrit animation film for global audiences Punyakoti launched Crowd funding campaign on 1st June 2015. While most children were spending their vacations playing video games or learning new skills, this group of children from the Chetinad Township near kovilambakam used their time to set up a food stall in their area, with delicious items prepared by the residents. The sale proceeds were later donated to the nearby orphanage in the form of Rice bags and necessary groceries. 'This interaction with the orphans has helped them to become more socially responsible citizens', said the parents. To make this a sustained and continuous monthly process, this group which calls itself The Chetinad Children’s Committee, has recently joined hands with FACES- SHARE TO CARE Movement started by Mrs.Lellapalli Sridevi (Rex Karmaveer Gold medal winner- United Nations).Mrs. Sridevi connects s c h o o l / c o l l e g e children to the nearby orphanages and makes the communities to support and adopt orphanages through F A C E S ( F o o d , Aid, Clothing, Education, Shelter). The children have promised to work together and have monthly meetings on the last Saturday of every month to support the local orphanage with the help of FACES Movement. Also, the children are using the latest mobile technology, to create awareness amongst their class mates and relatives, about their bond with their less fortunate brothers and sisters in orphanages. The chetinad children commitee is headed by Vinay Dutta and members Ivan,Irene,Uttara,R. S u d a r s a n , , C . Nitheil,Aditya,Ram Anandan and Sonu. During the first meeting with this group, Mrs.Sridevi expressed her satisfaction with the work done by the team and their parents and welcomed them as members of FACES Movement. Children and parents in other colonies are welcome to join the FACES Movement by sending a mail to faces108@ Little Helping Hands For A Great Cause
  8. 8. ARCOT ROAD TALK June 07 - June 13, 20158 RNI Regd. No TNBIL/2014/60418 Owned Published by D. LOKESH and Published from New No.2, Vellala Street 1st Lane, Kodambakkam, Chennai - 600 024, and Printed by: S. Rajan at “BHARANI PRESS” No. 77, Venkatathiri Street, Kosapet, Chennai - 600 012., Editor: D. Lokesh V. P. Kalairajan (MLA, T. Nagar) inaugurated new electric transformer on Kasikulam Street, West Mambalam on June 4. An Electricity Board official said that the new transformer prevent electric fluctuation and voltage problems in nearby streets it includes Kavarai Street, Muthalamman Koil Street and Naickamar Street. T. Nagar, MLA Inaugurated new Electric Transformer Readytoworkonfield wanttoearnmoney needonlyapply.Freshers alsowelcomeExp1to2 yearsandabove.Expin spaceselling,newspapers, neighborhood,willbe addedadvantage.Two wheelermustAttractive Salary + incentives Contact: 72990 66700 Email your resume to: timeslocalnewspaper@ WANTED BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVES