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  1. 1. PILLAR TIMESVol.1 | No.15 | June 14 - June 20, 2015 | Sunday | Tamil & English Weekly | 8 Pages | Free Circulation PILLAR TIMES CIRCULATED @ ASHOK NAGAR, T.NAGAR, WEST MAMBALAM
  2. 2. C L A S S I F I E D June 14 - June 20, 20152 C L A S S I F I E D SC L A S S I F I E D S PILLER TIMES How to Contact Address : 316, Arcot Road, Kodambakka, Ch - 24 Phone : 72990 66700 E-mail : timeslocalnewspaper @ THE TEAM 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 PILLAR TIMES is published every Sunday is given free. Copies in Circulation: 42,000. At present areas covered : K.K.Nagar, Rajamannar Salai, Munuswamy Salai, P.T.Rajan Salai, Lakshmanan Salai, Barathidasan Colony, Nesapakkam, Anna Main Road, 1 to 15th Sector, Ashok Nagar , T.Nagar, W.Mambalam Readers are recommended to make appropriate enquires before entering into deals with advertisers 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. PILLAR TIMES is not responsible for any unsolicited materials received at its office.
  3. 3. June 14 - June 20, 2015 3www.localnewspaper.inPILLAR TIMES C L A S S I F I E D SC L A S S I F I E D S VEDANTA INSTITUTE MADRAS Vedanta Institute Madras organises Bhaja Govindam sessions in English by: Shri R. Aravindan on Sunday Date : 21/06/2015 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 99All are Welcome. For Details Contact : 9840493904 VEDANTA TREATISE By R. ARAVINDAN , Vedanta Institute Madras Vedanta Institute Madras organises a session on Vedanta Treatise in English by Shri. R. Aravindan on Saturday Date: 20/06/2015 Time 6.45 - 8. 00 pm Venue: Rajani Prasad, 768, Dr. Munusamy salai, Diagonally opp. to Pondicherry Guest House, West KK Nagar, Chennai -78., All are Welcome. For further details contact : 9840493904 GOVERNING 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 : 20/06/2015 Time : 10.00 am to 11.15 am Venue: Hotel Pratap Plaza, 168, Kodambakkam High Road, M a h a l i n g a p u r a m , Chennai -34. All are Welcome For Further detail contact 9840493904 Vedanta Institute Madras organises a session on Atma Bodha in English by Shri. R. Aravindan on Saturday Date: 20/06/2015 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 conducts a study session by R. Aravindan on The Fall of Human intellect on Friday, 19/06/2015, 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 A Namasankeerthanam Bhajan Event of K U M B A K O N A M ANANTHANARAYANA BHAGAVATHAR will happen between 6pm and 8.15pm Sunday 21st June in Ksheera Sagaram No.181, Alagiri Street, Majestic Nagar, V a l a s a r a w a l k a m , chennai. All are Welcome Free Veda Classes Appaya Dikshita Foundation (ADF), as part of its objectives to promote our Vedic culture, is organizing Free Veda Classes in Sooktas, Rudram – Mahaanyasam, Krama, Gana, etc., Chamakam, Upanishads, Arunam, Udagashaanthi, etc. These classes will be conducted by Dr. Ramamurthy N, a renowned banker, IT professional and a scholar of Samskrutam in his residence at Thiruveedhiamman Koil Street, Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai 41. Dr. Ramamurthy has published around 20 books on applied S a m s k r u t a m , Banking, IT, Lalita Sahasranamam, Lalita Trishatee and so on. The classes will commence on Sunday 14th June 2015 at 8.00 Am onwards at No: 18, “Sai Kasthuri”, Thiruveethi Amman Kovil Street, T h i r u v a n m i y u r , Chennai – 41. Free classes on Vishnu Sahasranamam, Lalita Sahasranamam, Devi M a h a a t m e e y a m , Naraayaneeyam will be taught for both men and women. The batches will be on evenings and week ends depending on the groups. For more details please contact the co-ordinator Mr. S Srinivasan 97910 19450. Engagements
  4. 4. PILLAR TIMES4 June 14 - June 20, 2015 Dr. Pranvi alias S. V. Prasad a resident of Brindhavan Flats, 86/c, P. T. Rajan Salai, K. K. Nagar a Telugu poet and writer from Tamilnadu received ‘Telugu Book of Records’ for dedicating his ‘Antarangalu’ book with 540 famous person for their dedication and hard work to society in a single book recently. Dr. Pranvi said that ‘Antharangalu’ is the collection of his radio and stage plays was released in presence of 162 persons those who dedicated his among 540 famous persons. He wrote number of number thriller stories, also ‘Anuragavanam’ a novel on protection of Ganga reiver at Kasi and management of flood water was entered in to Limca Book of world records and Telugu Book of world records for the first 3D cover for non-fiction book in June last year. His another book ‘The Sage of trees’ won a gold medal and Peryiar National Award by Andhra Pradesh Dalit Kala Mandali, Hyderabad. In 1964, he joined as a clerk in Central PWD, Nungambakkam. During 1977 when International Airports Authority of India (IAAI) was formed to develop four metro airports such as then Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta and Madras. He was also sent on deputation along with the works of Madras Airport of I.A.A.I and latter on he was permanently in IAAI. He was one of the founding members of IAAI Employees Union and obtained recognition. Latter on he become president of the union and implemented various welfare schemes for the benefit of the workers. After his retirement in 2004, he become full fledged writer with his pen name as Pranavi in Telugu language with special interest on protection of environment and afforestation. He has conferred on him an honorary doctorate in Literature from Academy of Universal Global Peace under New International Christian University. For More Details Contact: 2480 0465 and 94449 64268. Telugu Book of Records Jayalakshmi Ammal Educational and Charitable Trust located at SP.20, 3rd Street, 1st Sector, K. K. Nagar, Ph: 2371 1184, 2474 7728, invites applications for its 50th batch of Govt. approved free 3-month courses for women in Bridal designer blouse (embroidery), tailoring and beauty care. The candidate above 18 years may register names before June 27 and courses will commence on June 27. Application forms can be collected from the Trust's Office between 10 am and 5 pm from Monday to Saturday. Thirumala Thirupathi P h a t h a y a t r a t h i r a i Trust located at 4/13, Aparna Apartments, 4, Balakrishna Street, West Mambalam has organizedphathayathra to Tirumala Tirupathi from Shobhan Kalayana Mandapam, 74, Arya Gowda Road, West Mambalam on Oct. 30 . S. L. Sriram (organizer) said that phathayathra devotees will reach Thiruchannur on Nov. 2 and have darashan of Lord Venakatachalapthy in Tirumala on Nov.3. Those who are interested may registers their names by end of this month in phones 99400 96168, 94441 45574 and 98412 41811. He said that there is no any fee, trust will be provided food and accommodation throughout the journey to all the phathyathra devotees. The philanthropist and any individuals like to contribute in cash or kind for pathyathra activities may contact the trust members or visit RMD Academy inviting application for 40 days certificate ‘Nursing assistant course’ with job opportunities for the person above 18 years. The candidates SSLC pass or fail and other interested person in health care are also apply. The course consists for bed side assistants, homecare, elderly care givers and nursing assistants. The nominal fee will be charged and job will be assured at the end of the course. Training provided also with accommodation for students outside Chennai. Main objective of course to give skilled courses in health, improve livelihood of the candidates and provide job. Those who are interested register on or before June 20 in phones 2815 7212,93810 16588 . Courses for women in Bridal designer blouse Phathayathra to Tirumala Tirupathi Nursing assistant course with job opportunities
  5. 5. www.localnewspaper.inPILLAR TIMES 5June 14 - June 20, 2015 Hanuman Mathaji Founder, Sanjeevini Peetam, 5, Kavarai Street, West Mambalam will install and inaugurate ‘10th Hanuman Chalisa engraved stoned’ in Hanuman Sannidhi in Karantaka Sangha Higher Secondary School campus, 111, Habibullah Road, T. Nagar at 9 a.m on Sunday, June 15 as part of ‘108 Hanuman Chalisa Engraved stones Prathista Yagnam’. There will be chanting of Hanuman chalisa by the devotees.All are welcome. For More details contact : 98403 64567 or visit Thejus at 94, G. N. Chetty Road, T. Nagar, near Jeeva Park, Ph: 2815 6370 will be exhibit cum sale of some of the beautiful handmade crochet creations by women of Bihar who are discovering their creative self and means of livelihood from 10 a.m to 7 p.m from June 15 to 30 in their premises to support arts and culture. This collection of handmade crochet jewellery, necklaces, key chains, cotton silk scarves, stoles, bags and hair accessories showcases their talent of traditional crafts on a contemporary platter. All are welcome. More details can be had from www. On the occasion of the World Environment Day, Hindustan Coca- Cola Beverages Pvt. Limited (HCCBPL) has announced that they will undertake to construct Individual Household Latrines (IHHL) in households that doesn’t have proper sanitation facility, at the Nemam Panchayat of Thiruvallur District. The initiative by HCCBL is aimed at facilitating the panchayat become “Free from open defecation” and thereby obtain “Nirmal Gram Puraskar”, Prime Minister of India’s Award for Open-Defecation-Free and Clean villages. The program would facilitate Nemam village to become 100 percent sanitized in a record time with each household possessing own sanitation units, thereby reducing water-borne diseases and improving the potable water quality. The construction of the IHHLs is to be carried out by HCCBPL in association with World Vision India (NGO) and District Rural Development Agency – Thiruvallur. Hanuman Chalisa Exhibit cum sale of some of the beautiful handmade crochet NemamPanchayatto becomeopendefecationfree MATRAM (NGO) has started a project called Don’t Waste Donate Waste - Save Chennai Save Child which is volunteered by a huge strong team named NALAIYA INDIA NANGA and the complete Event is done by Fame Event Creation and Pop Fiesta Entertainment and lots of Media Partners. This project is all about collecting recyclable waste like newspaper books etc. We have already started our awareness Campaigns like Street play, Flash mob, Performance etc. Apart from media partners we also have printing partners disturbing lakhs of Posters, handbill, banners etc. We are also making 10 to 20 seconds of video ads done by top Celebrities saying that they support (NALAIYA INDIA NANGA) which is broadcasted on Radio and Television. These waste Newspapers Books are recycled and made into funds which are used to help people who are in need, Patients, Education purpose etc. There are 120 crores of people in our country, out of which 45 crores are children. Out of this number, 42% are below poverty line with no funding for education. What is worse 10% of this number are child labourers. We as a team have started a project called Nalaiya India Nanga - Don’t waste Donate Waste -Save Chennai Save Child. There are about 80 lakh kilos of waste paper being burnt to ashes which is of no use to anyone. We the team members of Nalaiya India Nanga - Don’t waste Donate Waste - Save Chennai Save Child have decided to collect papers, and Magazines and Old note books and Recycle them. The amount we get from it will be is going to be used for a good cause. This amount will be helpful to provide education and medical assistance to those who are in need of the entire amount Since the summer holidays have started, students from various schools have volunteered to join hands with us. Even working people voluntarily have given their precious time to work with us. People who have come to know about Nalaiya India Nanga - Don’t waste Donate Waste - Save Chennai Save Child have already started donating papers, magazines and old notes books. A lady from Anna Nagar proudly expressed that her son cleaned his bookshelf after six months in order to donate old note books and papers to Nalaiya India Nanga - Don’t waste Donate Waste - Save Chennai Save Child, which was very much touched by the good deed done by our team. NALAIYA INDIA NANGA - DON'T WASTE DONATE WASTE SAVE CHENNAI SAVE CHILD has conducted a campaign at ALSA MALL Egmore near Museum from morning 8.00A.M - 9.00P.M from April 22nd to may 26th. We had a great response and support by the public and we also thank alsa mall for giving us the space for conducting our event. Its not the end, this project will be continued at Spencer Plaza 3rd phase 1st floor. So we request you to drop your newspaper at Spencer and participate in the paper donate challenge or also Contact 7401108883, 7401108884 for newspapers pick up at your door step Don’t Waste Donate Waste Chennai: Saveetha DentalCollegeconducting Transdisciplinary Annual Research Summit (STARSummit:2015) from 29th June to 11th July 2015 at Saveetha Dental College,Poonnamalle. The STAR summit spans over a period of 12 days. 1400 research projects of undergraduate students will be showcased, among them 53 papers have been accepted to be published for the month of May. STAR summit will have 4 days dedicated exclusively for basic medical sciences, two days for preclinical research work and six days for clinical research. What other place would be more apt to display these projects than the library where the thinking caps go on the student’s brains. The students’ work will be reviewed and appraised by other students, their peers from other colleges and also from eminent faculties in each fraternity. Gone are the days where a research has to percolate through many barriers to reach their pedestal, Saveetha offering a priceless platform for students to reach out and extend arms to the scientific globe around us. As quoted by Dr. Deepak Nallasamy, Director of Academics, Saveetha University “Igniting passion for research is the responsibility of an institution. We at Saveetha take this responsibility serious to empower our students to have all the required professional skills” Research with a mind for the future direction towards diagnosis and therapeutics forms a pivot for the evolution and enhancement of the health care front. Synchronizing with this thought, Saveetha Dental College has embarked on a research platform which is the first of its kind amongst any educational institution in India. Our UG curriculum is designed and tailored so as to motivate the budding scholars of our institution to re- search with endurance and perseverance. A systematic protocol with regular documentation and monitoring enables the student to achieve their target. Saveetha Transdisciplinary Annual Research Summit (STARSummit) has evolved as an arena to present the elaborate research work done by the young minds. This academic deliberation spans over a period of 12 days and will comprise of research work across all disciplines of dentistry including basic medical sciences. Apart from providing a platform to present their research, STARSummit also gives an opportunity for the students to hone their analytical skills, defend their work and appraise other works. Synchronizing the teaching curriculum with research right from the undergraduate level enables our students to have an edge over others in this competitive scenario with the STARSummit being the stepping stone for achieving greater heights. FOR ADVERTISEMENT Contact : 72990 66700 ARCOT ROAD TALK, *PILLAR TIMES, *ASHOK NAGAR TIMES, *T.NAGAR, *CHROMPET TIMES, *SELAIYUR TIMES, *PERUNGALATHUR TIMES. Saveetha Dental College conducting STARSummit:2015 from June 29th
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  8. 8. Owned Published and Printed , by “D.LOKESH” and Published From New No.2, Vellala Street 1st Lane, Kodambakkam, Chennai – 600024 , and Printed by D.LOKESH at “VELLANGANNI PRINTERS” No. 53, Dr. Besant Road, Royapettah, Chennai – 600014. Editor: D.LOKESH PILLAR TIMES8 June 14 - June 20, 2015TC NO: TNBIL04107R.Dis.No.1652/14 CARDIAC SILVER 2 SILVER 1 BASIC DIABETIC GOLD DIABETIC SILVER COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT GLYCOSYLATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HbA1c) | LIPID PROFILE | LIVER FUNCTION TEST | BUN | CREATININE | ELECTROLYTES (NA, K, CL, BIC) GLUCOSE - FASTING - BLOOD URINE | GLUCOSE - POST PRANDIAL (PP) - BLOOD URINE | GLYCOSYLATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HbA1c) | HAEMOGLOBIN/HB | LIPID PROFILE | MICROALBUMIN, URINE - SPOT SAMPLE | UREA | URINE COMPLETE ANALYSIS | ECG | COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT WITH ESR CREATININE PHOSPHOKINASE - MB (CK - MB) | CREATININE PHOSPHOKINASE (CPK) | ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERACE (AST/SGOT) | LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE (LDH) | TROPONIN T | ECG | COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT | GLYCOSYLATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HbA1c) | LIPID PROFILE | LIVER FUNCTION TEST | TOTAL PROSTATE SPECIFIC ANTIGEN - PSA | X-RAY CHEST PA | US ABDOMEN PELVIS CREATININE | ELECTROLYTES(NA,K, CL, BIC) | GLUCOSE- FASTING-BLOOD URINE | GLUCOSE-POSTPRANDIAL (PP) - BLOOD URINE | GLYCOSYLATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HbA1c) | HAEMOGLOBIN/ HB | LIPIDPROFILE | MICROALBUMIN, URINE -SPOT SAMPLE | UREA | URINECOMPLETEANALYSIS | ECG | TOTAL PROSTATE SPECIFIC ANTIGEN - PSA | TMT COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT GLYCOSYLATED HAEMOGLOBIN (HbA1c) | LIPID PROFILE | LIVER FUNCTION TEST | RENAL FUNCTION TEST (UREA/CREAT/URIC/ELECTROLYTES /UCA) / RFT | X-RAY CHEST PA | US ABDOMEN PELVIS | `999 `1730 `2099 `3660 `3199 `4500 `1199 `2320 `1699 `1800 `2099 `3510                           Kilpauk 4592 7777 Adyar 4596 7777 Vadapalani 4393 7777 T Nagar 2815 2345 Anna Nagar 2626 3626 VHS 2254 1972 ICF Colony Ambattur 95000 03527 Mogappair 98849 88568 Porur 4204 8000 Avadi 4383 6337 Royapettah 81443 11141 Velachery 97908 11888 Valasarawakkam 98848 23466 Offer valid from th 15-30 June, 2015. Locate a Medall near you Preventive healthcare checkup expenses upto Rs.5000 are subject to deduction of taxes under Income Tax Act, 1961. GIFT THE GIFT OF HEALTH GIFT THE GIFT OF HEALTH THIS World Elder Abuse Awareness Day – Vision Age India VISION AGE INDIA - A Registered Voluntary Organisation for Elderly World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) is held on June 15, 2015. It aims to bring awareness about abuse of elderly people and to highlight the need for appropriate preventive action. Elder abuse is of different such as Physical abuse, Emotional abuse, Sexual abuse and financial abuse etc. Abuse of elders such as intimidation, threats, neglect etc. can occur in residence, old age homes and in the community. In India 7 to 8 per cent of our population are elderly; around 100 million elderly are there in India. Elderly people face illnesses, disability, financial limitations after retirement so the dependence on the family or caregiver is much higher. This makes them vulnerable for abuse by the very same people who are supposed to take care of them. A major reason for elder abuse is the disability factor, which makes the caregiver tired of caring and starts neglecting the elderly. So it is important that all the family members are involved in caring instead of just one person. Vision Age India, is an organization focusing on elderly care in the community, creating awareness for preventing Elder Abuse. Vision Age India is sharing its thought in a “Panel Discussion on Elder Abuse” by Chennai Live 104.8 fm from 7.00 p.m. – 8.00 p.m. on June 15, 2015. Awareness programme will be conducted through „Street Play’ in IT Company and in a College in the city. The purpose is to create a better understanding among the people about abuse and neglect of elderly and the possible ways to prevent it. For details of the organization, visit www.