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  1. 1. T NAGAR TIMESVol.1 | No.3 | Dec 20 - Dec 26, 2015 | Every Sunday | English Weekly | 8 Pages | Free Circulation Camps for getting copies of lost documents Flood victims who lost their original documents in the recent flood can apply for copies at the special camp being held in Mambalam Tahsildar’s office, Bharathidasan Colony, K. K. Nagar, Opposite to BSNL. The special counter will remain open from 9.30 a.m to 4.30 p.m on all working days till Dec. 28. Residents under Mambalam Corporation zone, Mambalam, T Nagar, Cit Nagar, Ashok Nagar, K. K. Nagar , Ekkaduthangal, Guindy, Kodambakkam. West Mambalam, can submit applications for issue of new documents.
  2. 2. T NAGAR TIMES Dec 20 - Dec 26, 20152 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
  3. 3. Dec 20 - Dec 26, 2015 3T NAGAR TIMES Why would I need a Root Canal Treatment? Endodontic treatment is necessary when the pulp, the soft tissue inside the root canal, becomes inflamed or infected. The inflammation or infection can have a variety of causes: Deep decay Repeated dental procedures on the tooth Crack or chip in the tooth An injury to a tooth If pulp inflammation or infection is left untreated, it can cause pain or lead to an abscess. What are the signs of needing Root Canal Treatment? Signs to look for include pain, prolonged sensitivity to heat or cold, tenderness to touch and chewing, and discoloration of the tooth. Sometimes, however, there are no symptoms. How does Root Canal Treatment save the tooth? The endodontist removes the inflamed or infected pulp, carefully cleans and shapes the inside of the canal, then fills and seals the space. Afterwards, we will place a crown or other restoration on the tooth to protect and restore it to full function. After restoration, the tooth continues to function like any other tooth. Salient Features of Automated Root Canal Treatment: Single Visit Less treatment time Less discomfort Better result than Manual RCT No difference in treatment cost. Though the number of visits for the root canal treatment is decided by the clinical condition of the particular tooth involved, more than 90% of the cases can be done in single visit using Automated RCT. Automation makes it possible to complete the treatment in amazingly less time when compared to manual RCT and also provides an excellent outcome and less discomfort post operatively. How It Works: Specially designed Nickel Titanium instruments are used instead of conventional hand instruments made of stainless Steel. These instruments clean the root canal completely without damaging the roots. A d v a n t a g e … Automation Automated root canal treatment is a boon for old people who prefer a safe and quicker treatment. Though the instruments are imported, the cost of the automated RCT is the same as that of manual RCT. Dr.J.Prabhakar, MDS Root Canal Specialist Tooth Helpline, The Complete Dental Clinic 98, Habibullah Road, T.Nagar, Opp to Karnataka Sangha School, Chennai 17 9 8 4 0 8 7 5 2 7 5 , 28342727. www.toothhelpline.com e-mail: toothhelpline@gmail.com Automated Root Canal Treatment (RCT) Shambavi Boutique brings to you exquisite creations that reflects Indian ethos for the modern yet traditional woman. Here the sarees are individually handpicked by working closely with artisans to combine contemporary designs with varied fabrics, aiming to revive our textile heritage of block printing, hand painting and delicate embroidery. We bring you alluring and vibrant tussars, tussar munga, soft hand loom pure silks, silk cottons (block printed and hand woven) and some exclusively crafted pieces in kalamkari and ikat patterns. Also a wide range of brocade blouses and cut work blouses add beauty to the boutique. Mrs. Kalpana Raja, who owns and manages the business, has a natural aesthetic sense and a keen eye for designs and colours. Hailing from a traditional family background and also having lived and travelled well around the world, she has had the privilege of experiencing many traditions and cultures. All her learning’s were put into practice of elegant dressing upon herself first. Today she attempting to translate the culture and her personal experience through her boutique that has been established – Shambavi Boutique. Having had the experience of managing similar enterprise before, her boutique will cater to varied section of customerswithexquisite varieties individually picked by herself in an attempt to support the artisans directly and uplifting them in her own humble way, by eliminating middle men. In the bargain quality is also emphasized and ensured. The boutique is set up in a serene neighborhood, away from the hustle and bustle of shopping in Panagal park (T.Nagar), to provide a relaxed and comforting experience. Shambavi strives to blend a balance between contemporary and conservative by maintaining traditional patterns packaged in contemporary designs. The Store is Located at the Following Address : RAM TEJAS, 18/47 Second Street, Aziz Nagar, Kodambakkam, Chennai - 600 024. Landmark : Near Raghavendra Marriage Hall, Tel. No : 044-49581074, Mobile : 7299000122 / 8754493838. Shambavi Boutique New Boutique In Kodambakkam “UTILITY PRODUCTS” distributed TO FLOOD VICTIMS by UNGALUKAGHA CHARITABLE TRUST (REGD) located at No. 7, SARAVANA STREET, T. NAGAR, CHENNAI - 600 017 and YOGI VEMA REDDY CHARITABLE TRUST, PALAMANER, CHITTOOR DISTRICT, A.P. “UTILITY PRODUCTS” distributed TO the 2000 families situated at MUTHU REDDY THOTTAM, DANAKOTI AMMAL THOTTAM, RAJA PILLAI THOTTAM SLUM AREA, near M U P P A T H A M M A N KOIL, (near Sri Krishna Gana Sabha), T.NAGAR, CHENNAI – 600 017 at 5.00 p.m. on 11. 12. 2015 FRIDAY Padmashree Vivekh, Cine Actor inaugurated the relief materials distribution and he said, it is need of the hour to support the underprivileged flood victims and to restore Chennai as early as possible. . Dr.K.Subba Reddy, Industrialist and President of Andhra Social and Cultural Association, and Mr. G. Narottam Reddy, President , Apollo Group of Hospitals, and the members of Yogi Vema Reddy charitable Trust, Palamaner, Chittor District, A.P., were also present on this occassion. Dr. Suneel, Founder & Managing Trustee of Ungalukagha Charitable Trust organised this relief materials programme with the support of Yogi Vema Reddy charitable Trust, Palamaner, Chittor District, A.P., and expressed his gratitude to all persons taken efforts for this noble cause. OnthisoccassionAround 2000 families in this area heavily affected in recent cyclone calamity and were provided with Provisions, Rice 10 kg, Sambar Dal 1 kg, Tamarind 1 kg, Salt 1 kg, Sugar 1 kg, Mat “Utility Products” Distributed To Flood Victims 1, Blanket 1, Biscuit 3 packets, Mosquitto Coil 3 packets, Milk 1 ltr, Onion 1 kg, Pottatto 1kg, were organized by Ungalukagha Charitable Trust, T.Nagar.Chennai 600 017. Save a life by sparing a minute to pledge your support. Make your minute count! Bhairavasai Temple Trust to support the flood affected people had distributed to the needy and the localities. It has also organised for a free medical camp for flood victims and for the local people. People staying in around the temple can visit the temple and make use of these facilities. For more details contact: V Swaminathan President - Shri Bhairavasai Temple Trust, 6 - Barath Nager Main, Madipakkam - Chennai 600091 Phone 9790963305 Landline: 044-22476833.
  4. 4. T NAGAR TIMES4 Dec 20 - Dec 26, 2015 FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: 044-65650303 For Articles, News, To Publish In T Nagar Times Send mail to : tnagartimes@yahoo.com "The century’s worst flooding has hit Chennai and the government machinery is trying to stretch itself remarkably to the maximum possible extent. Several areas are still submerged and left a trail of death and destruction. Many NGOs and Social Organizations, including Corporates, Individuals, and Media Professionals have contributed the much- needed relief supplies to the families affected by the flood. Social Media, TV Channels and FM radios have played a major role in coordinating and providing relief to the affected. Public health experts have stated that contamination of rainwater with sewage could lead to the spread of diseases like cholera, diarrhea, Typhoid, Malaria and Dengue. Emergency health camps were to be set up at the entrance of four government hospitals in Chennai - Government General Hospital, Stanley Medical College and Hospital,KilpaukMedical College and Hospital and Government Royapettah Government Hospital. Samyuktha Scans diagnosticfacility,located at Alwarthirunagar is also hit badly due to devastate rain/floods. Still they have come forward to provide diagnostic check-up for above flood related diseases till 30th December 2015. They also come to your home free of cost for Sample collection, anywhere in Chennai, subjected to the access limitations. For more details, may contact 044-42 123 124 or 8939 818 527" For any clarification/ details, contact, Venkatkrishna AS , MD - Smart Ventures +91 8939 144 111 Samyuktha Scans, 17 - D, Gandhi Road, A l w a r t h i r u n a g a r , Chennai 600 087, Landline: 044- 42 123 124, mail: s a m y u k t h a s c a n s @ gmail.com Visit us at www.samyukthascans. com SamyukthaScansdiagnosticfree check-upcampforfloodrelateddiseases Discourse on ‘Thirupavai’ daily N. Rajeshwari a resident of Arya Gowda Road, West Mambalam is being giving discourse on ‘Thirupavai’ daily at 7 a.m till Jan. 14 at Arulmigu Bashyagara Aadhi Chenna Kesava Perumal Temple, Govindan Road, West Mambalam. She is a Sub-Editor in a prominent Tamil daily newspaper and has rendering spiritual discourses at various venues for the past several years. All are welcome. She can be can be contacted in phone 93810 11611 The Chennai Silks, one of the top Retail Chains in India, has been actively involved in the flood relief activities. The recent rains have caused unprecedented misery on the public right through from November. Chennai Silks has organized free medical camps, free coffee for the affected. Chennai Silks’ main showroom is at T. Nagar, and the new one is at Velachery, where the flood waters played havoc. The administration acted quickly in setting up relief camp in T.Nagar, whereabout1000people were given free medical aid and counseling at the medical camp. According to Mr. P.A. Ravindhiran, GM, The Chennai Silks, “It is deeply saddening to see whole of Chennai affected in flood. We are volunteering as much as we can by providing the victims with food, water and medical help. We have also started providing basic home kit for the heavily affected, and about 10,000 kits have already been distributed. Despite the rain and the damage it has caused, it is great to see Chennai people helping each other!” The Kit rendered by the Chennai Silks includes 2 sarees, 2 lungis, 2 towels, 2 t-shirts, 2 mats, 2 blankets, matchboxes, candles, mosquito coils, 5kg rice, sanitary napkins, phenol, tooth kit, bathing and washing soaps, water packets, 1kg of salt & sugar, ½ kg Toor dal, ¼ kg gram dal, 1 litre cooking oil and ½ kg milk powder. For more information, please contact: Mr. Velmurugan, 87545 75485, Mr. Dhananjeyan, 90030 88878, Mr. Murugan, 90030 88983. The Chennai Silks helps Chennai flood Victims 10,000 kits distributed Essilor Vision Foundation helps displaced people in flood-ridden Chennai Essilor Vision Foundationispartnering with the India Vision Institute (IVI) to conduct a series of vision screening programs and provide free spectacles for those disadvantaged communities who lost their spectacles in the recent floods which have caused wide-spread destruction in Chennai. “The vision screening campaign is a modest effort to provide spectacles to those from underprivileged communities who lost them in the recent floods, along with other belongings”, said Mr Vinod Daniel, CEO of IVI . “Essilor Vision Foundation is pleased to partner with IVI in this flood relief campaign and provide spectacles to those needy people diagnosed with refractive errors so that they can enjoy a better life through better sight.” added Mr Dharmaprasad Rai, Head of the Essilor Vision Foundation India. A total of 300 people have been screened so far, with 156 receiving a pair of eyeglasses, and 61 referred for eye examinations. Further campaigns are planned across flood affected areas in and around Chennai over the next four weeks. In parallel, Essilor employees in India have showed solidarity with colleagues whose homes and belongings were washed away during the floods, donating generously and generating a matching contribution from Essilor India to support employees and customers. An appeal has also been launched by the Essilor Group at a regional level to show support to Indian colleagues affected by the floods and to help rebuildthecommunityof Chennai. Contributions will be put towards the reconstruction of homes and businesses. India Vision Institute is focused on supporting and promoting awareness, research, education and technological development in Indian optometry to advance capacity in vision correction and prevention of blindness. — For further information, contact at “ivi@ indiavisioninstitute.org” or + 91 44 2451 5353.
  5. 5. T NAGAR TIMES 5Dec 20 - Dec 26, 2015 U N G A L U K A G H A CHARITABLE TRUST (REGD), No. 7, SARAVANA STREET, T. NAGAR organised “UTILITY PRODUCTS” distribution TO FLOOD VICTIMS, With the support of Bangalore based KAMAN HOLDING PRIVATE LIMITED. “UTILITY PRODUCTS” distributed TO FLOOD VICTIMS to the 1800 families situated at LALBAHADUR SASTRY STREET, SM BLOCK, JAFERKHANPET SLUM AREA, near KASI THEATRE, CHENNAI – 600 01 at 12.00 NOON , on 13. 12. 2015 SUNDAY Dr.Suneel, Founder & Managing Trustee of Ungalukagha Charitable Trust organised this relief materials programme expressed his gratitude to all persons taken efforts for this noble cause& he said it will continue till next month mid. NADIGAR SANGAM PRESIDENT MR. Nasser Attended as Chief Guest & inaugurated the relief materials distribution and he said, it is need of the hour of every affordable individual & organisation to support theunderprivilegedflood victims and to restore Chennai as early as possible & Appreciated Ungalukagha Trust Founder, Dr SUNEEL Continuous efforts Towards Bring back Chennai public into normal life he added. Also Nadigar sangam Vice President Mr. PonVannan, Dr.K.Subba Reddy, Industrialist , Mr. Sunil Kumar Gupta, Industrialist From Bangalore, State bank retired General manager Mr. Srinivasan were also present on this occasion. In his Address Nadigar sangam Vice Presiedent Mr. PonVannan, said that i am watching Dr Suneel efforts towards flood affected victims there is no words to explain that. While speaking Dr K.Subba Reddy said we already doing distribution food & clothes from my organisation also will support Ungalukagha Charitable Trust for upcoming relief activities For needy Through My Pallava Group He Added. On this occasion Around 1800 families in this area heavily affected in recent Floods affected and were provided with Provisions, Rice 5 kg, Sambar Dal 1 kg, Salt 1 kg, Sugar 1 kg, Blanket 1, 1 Towel, 1 Coconut, Lungi 1 for gents, 1 Nighty for ladies, Biscuit 3 packets, Bread 1 Packet, Mosquito Coil 2packets, 1 steel plate, Skimmed Milk 1 ltr, Onion 1 kg, Washing Powder, Noodles Pocket, Match box, Candle and Pickles were organized by Ungalukagha Charitable Trust, Chennai 600 017. “Utility Products” Distributed To Flood Victims "Sabari Malai Irumudi Kettu" photographs that was picturised at Mr. M N Mohan Nambiar "Guruswamy's" residence at Chennai Gopalapuram 6th Street residence recently, clicked by Mr. Pritham Nambiar S/o. Mr. M.N. Mohan Nambiar Guruswamy. By S. Shivpprasadh VIJAYA BANK, Kodambakkam branch distributed blankets and cosmetic items like hair oil, comb, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, water bottle etc to flood victims as part of their CSR activity on 10-12-2015.ṬThis branch was opened on 01-07-2015 and has been functioning for the past 5 months. “UTILITY PRODUCTS” given to flood victims by VIJAYA BANK
  6. 6. T NAGAR TIMES6 Dec 20 - Dec 26, 2015 M. Seethalakshmi, resident of 44/21, Bagirathi Ammal Street, T. Nagar passed away on Dec. 1. She was 82, and had been a long time resident of T. Nagar. She was the wife of veteran actor and stage artiste “Nataka Kavalar” R. S. Manohar who passed away in 2006. Seldom a conscious tribute is reverentially paid to the “better half” of a Celebrity but late Seethalakshmi genuinely deserves it for her pivotal role in lively executing the true famous saying “Behind the success of every man there is indeed a woman”. RSM had always acknowledged in public with humility that but for his dedicated wife’s cooking timely serving food he could not have kept up brisk with robust health simultaneously with his hectic schedule of both film shootings theatre acting. The divine couple celebrated their Silver Jubilee Wedding Anniversary day, 61st, 71st, Golden Jubilee Wedding Anniversary Day, 81st Birth Anniversary. As we hail from a very highly orthodox Brahmin family, Seethalakshmi used to keep everything ready for RSM’s daily Sandhyavandhanam, Maadhyanikam, etc. Seethalakshmi, an alumnus of Queen Mary’sCollege,managed her husband’s finances and investments. She also managed their farms in Kalpaakkam, Siriseri and Yercaud. Seethalakshmi was instrumental in and actively took part in the renovation of the badly dilapidated Kothandaramar Temple (West Mambalam) and a couple of other temples in her husband’s village. After the death of Manohar, she took charge of the temple maintenance till her death. She was one of the most precious few who took great pleasure and felt privileged to look after her father- in-law R. Subramaniya Aiyer as her own father for 2 decades till his demise her mother- in-law Rajalakshmi Ammal as her own mother although she was highly orthodox strict disciplinarian as her own mother from 1950 till her demise in 1998 for 48 years although her MIL had four sons two daughters in all. THE MOST ENVIABLE PARTNER Tribute To Seethalakshmi (82), Wife Of Veteran Actor R.s. Manohar n Donates One Crore to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Public Relief fund n Augments relief efforts through NGOs to rebuild houses and distribute disaster relief kits n Sets a dedicated Employee Relief Fund The Renault-Nissan Alliance has stepped forward to assist people affected by the unprecedented rains and floods in Chennai and surrounding areas. As an immediate gesture, the Renault- Nissan Alliance donated One Crore to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Public Relief fund for relief and rehabilitation efforts due to the Chennai flooding. The Alliance entities are also working with various local NGOs to provide disaster relief as well as allocate funds raised through spontaneous employee contributions. This contribution is meant to complement the efforts of the state government in providing relief to victims of the flood and resettling them as soon as possible. Separately, the company has already donated a sum of INR 500,000 to the office of the Joint Director of Industrial Health and Safety, State of Tamil Nadu and to the local Lions Club. The donation has helped in procuring relief material in Tambram and Kancheepuram districts, which are closest to the Renault- Nissan Alliance factory. Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, said, “we offer our deepest sympathy to those who have been affected by the worst floods in decades and express our admiration for citizens of Chennai, who have shown great resilience in these tough times. The Renault- Nissan Alliance has strong roots in Chennai and we will assist in all possible ways to restore normalcy including our employees and suppliers.” In addition, the Renault Nissan Alliance set up separate Employee Relief Fund to provide assistance to employees who have suffered losses. The Rotary Club of Madras East, one of the premium Clubs in Chennai, presented the Young Achiever Award to two talented Children: Yamini Prashant for Literature and Yash Aradhya for Motor Sport. The Chief Guest was Mr. Akbar Ebrahim, leading formula 1 trainer in India and the Guest of Honour was District Governor Rtn. C R Raju, R I District 3230. Rtn. Jayanthi Govindan, President and Rtn. Babu Krishnamoorthy, Secretary, RCM East were present. Yamini Prashant Yamini Prashanth is a 14 year old author of Mishti, a children's novella written when she was 11 years old and her second book, Best of Granny's stories, launched on 5th September, 2014 is a collection of 20 stories meant for 6-8 year old kids and has been published by Tinytot Publication. Yamini’s third book titled, “UMA- not so perfect”, a young adult fiction is soon going to be published by Mango DC books. She is currently working on a book of poems. Yamini is also one of the youngest TEDx speakers of India. She spoke at TEDXEMWS at the Ecole Mondiale world School in Mumbai, February 2014.Yamini is fluent in Odissi dance and has given many stage performances. She has been learning carnatic vocal music for the past 5 years. She attends basketball coaching as well. Yamini is a student of ninth grade in Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, Mylapore. She was also one of the top 150 academically talented and gifted children chosen by the Duke University, U.S.A, for their talent identification program in India. Yash Aradhya The 13-year-old Bangalore boy Yash Aradhya, studying in class VII at the Bishop Cottons Boys School Bangalore, trained and mentored by the Legendary Racer Akbar Ebrahim and fitness coach Ramji Srinivasan of Chennai, has been pursuing his dream of becoming a Formula-1 racer. From the year of his debut in 2012, he has kept his winning spree and has 5 Championship wins, 15 race wins and 5 Awards in a span of 4 years of his career. Yash started his Karting career at the age of 9 under the micromax category (age 7-13) and has been winning from his debut year. In 2014 Yash made a big impression at the JK Tyre FMSCI National Rotax Max Karting Championship India 2014 and the Rotax Max Asia Series 2014 by winning most of the accolades. Awards of Yash 1.Best Karter of the year by J K Tyre 2.Maximum number of wins in a Championship by JK Tyre 3.Excellence in Motorsports – FMSCI 4.Excellence in Motorsports – Auto Track 5.Young Achiever Award – International Lingayath Youth Forum The Young Achiever Award by RCM East The young achiever award was initiated in the year 2011. This award is given annually to promising youngsters from categories of sports, education, technology, social works, literature etc. The proud recipients of this award in the past years have been 2011: Balaji for Fencing; Lokesh for Arts and Isaiarasan for academics 2012: Ramkumar for Tennis and Ananya for Environment 2013: Shravan Kumaran and Sanjay Kumaran - Application developers 2014: Ashraya Mahesh for Tennis Renault-Nissan Alliance Steps Forward To Assist Chennai Flood Victims Young Achiever Award Presented
  7. 7. T NAGAR TIMES 7Dec 20 - Dec 26, 2015 ENGAGEMENTS Admissions open for Music Production and Music Performance - Spring 2016 semester Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music, Asia’s premier institute for Music Education is inviting applications for Spring 2016 semester in India and Abroad. Launching this semester, applications are also invited for SAM’s one-of-its kind course – Foundation Music Program, which is a uniquely designed, preparatory program offered for aspiring musicians, who have limited or no formal training in music and those desirous of starting a professional career in music. Scheduled to begin in the month of January, the faculty line up for the Spring 2016 term has a balanced mix of renowned international and Indian artists such as Mr. Sid Jacobs (Guitar), Mr. Pablo Lapidusas (Piano), Mr. Jean Davoisne (Drums), Ms. Mili Vizcaino (Voice), Mr. Johann Berby (Bass Guitar), Mr. Barry Hogan (Music Production), Mr. Sreyas Narayanun (Carnatic Voice) and Dr. S. Karthick (Indian Percussion). The Foundation Music Program is a 10-week intensive program which will introduce students to the exciting field of music production and to the world of carnatic music as well. This comprehensive course of study provides the right foundation to empower students with the right skill set to excel in the music industry as an all rounder. The application window for the Spring 2016 batch will be open till January 7, 2016. The courses offered as part of the Spring 2016 are o One Year Diploma in Music Performance o Two Year Diploma in Music Performance o Single Semester Program in Music Performance o One Year Diploma in Music Production and Technology o Four Year Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance (with McNally Smith College of Music, Minnesota) o Foundation Music Program SAM provides the highest quality of music education available in South Asia, with the best faculty line- up and the largest campus of its kind. Teachers and students live together in the gurukul tradition, studying harmony, rhythms, improvisation, composition, arrangement and much more in a uniquely immersive environment. Graduates of SAM’s flagship programs – the Diploma in Music Performance and the Diploma in Music Production – are currently working in some of the country’s leading bands, studios and even composing music in Bollywood and critically acclaimed independent films. One of the prominent courses offered at SAM is the four-year bachelor’s degree in Music performance in association with McNally Smith College of Music, Minnesota. The arrangement allows students of SAM to transfer up to 60 credits (two years of study) towards completing their Bachelor of Music (B. Mus) degree from MSCM. Under the Semester Abroad programme, a SAM student can take a semester abroad and study at MSCM, and an MSCM student can take semester abroad and study at SAM. This semester exchange program is a wonderful opportunity for SAM students, as it provides exposure to different cultures, new experiences, learning about traditional American performing styles and further career opportunities abroad. For admission enquiries, please call +91 7358000770 or send an email to admissions@sam. org.in. Swarnabhoomi Academic Institutions (SAI) : Swarnabhoomi Academic Institutions (SAI) is a Company registered under Section 25 of Companies Act, 1956. It is an initiative by the promoters of MARG Limited, one of India’s fastest growing infrastructure companies. It is an education initiative aimed at connecting the industry with academia while shaping young minds to create a knowledge-based society and bringing about profound harmony and prosperity At present the following institutions is operational under the purview of SAI · Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music (SAM) · MARG Institute of Design Architecture Swarnabhoomi (MIDAS) · MARG Navajyothi Vidyalaya (MNV) The institutions are located at MARG Swarnabhoomi, off the scenic ECR near Kalpakkam. SAM Introduces Foundation Music Program as part of Spring 2016 Semester Sri Bhagavath Geetha’ paarayanam Sri Poorna Pushalambal Thirukalayanam Sri RKM Sarada Vidyalaya alumnus meet Free Medical And Counselling Camp Discourses by Shri. R.Aravindan of Vedanta Institute (Madras) Mathaji the Founder, Sanjeevini Peetam, 5, Kavarai Street, West Mambalam has organized ‘ Sri Bhagavath Geetha’ paarayanam at 10 a.m on Monday, Dec. 21 as part of 31st year celebration of Bhagavath Geetha jayanthi and Vaikunta Ekadesi celebrations. All are welcome. More details can be had in phone 98403 64567. ‘Agri’ Kannan (Gurusamy, resident of Q-Block, No.3, Prem Nagar Colony, South Boag Road, T. Nagar) has organized 31st year‘Sri Poorna Pushkalambal Samedha Sri Dharmasastha Thirukalayanam mahavotsvam on Dec. 26 and 27 at Gandhimathi Kalayana Mandapam, 11 B, North Boag Road, T. Nagar (Near G. N. Chetty Road). The following are the program details: Dec. 26: 6 a.m: Sri Maha Ganapathi homam; 8.30 a.m: Special abhisheekam performed to Sri Poorna Pushkala Samedha Sri Dharmasastha; 1 p.m: Annadhanam; 4 p.m: Dhayanam; 6.30 p.m: Sri Vishnu sahasranama paarayanam, Sri Lalitha Sahasranama paarayanam and special poojas; 7.30 p.m: Janavasam; 10 p.m: Dolautsvam. Dec. 27: 7 a.m: Unjavruthi; 7.30 a.m: Thirukalayanam; 1 p.m: Sri Anjaneya utsvam and Annadhanam. All are welcome. More details can be had in phones 98403 05141 and 97898 25597. Sadbhava is a trust of Goodwill Wellness with Counselling at its core, mainly focus on lending, helping and healing hands towards the needy. Sadbhava conducting FREE Medical and Psychological Counselling Camp at SADBHAVA COUNSELLING TRAINING SERVICES, Kodambakkam. Those who have health problems and also those affected in the recent flood can also come and make use of Camp. Trust also provide FREE Medicines for the Needy and Nilavembu Kashayam for all. People can also meet with one of their Counselors If you have any problems related to Mental Health (Stress, Anger, Anxiety etc.) Venue: Sadbhava Counselling and Training Services No: 49/37, First Floor, Vellala Street, Kodambakkam, Chennai - 600 024. MOB: 9176644742 /9176045592 Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 1 @ Andhra Mahila Sabha, Next to Nageswara Rao Park, Luz, Mylapore, 7.30 to 8.45 am, on Sunday 20/12/2015 Bhaja Govindam @ Sivanthi Adithanar Ninaivu Illam, 4 6, George Avenue, Poes Garden,10.30 - 11.45 am on Sunday 20/12/2015 Vedanta Treatise @ Naradagana Sabha L Hall, Mylapore, 6.45 - 8.00 pm on Friday, 2512/2015 Governing Business Relationship @ Hotel Pratap Plaza, 168, Kodambakkam High Road,Mahalingapuram, 10.00 to 11.15 am on Saturday, 26/12/2015 All are Welcome, For further details contact 9840493904 The alumnus of Sri RKM Sarada Vidyalaya Schools has organized an alumnus meet at 4 p.m on Monday, Dec. 21 at Sri RKM Sarada Vidyalaya Girls Higher Secondary School, Usman Road, T. Nagar. There will be discussion about to celebration the Sri R.K.M. Sarada Vidyalaya’s platinum jubilee scheduled on Jan. 8 and 9 next month. 016. Alumnus may registers names in 98413 89310 or saisangalpa@yahoo.co.in Sri Bhuvaneshwari Vedic Center, Sri Maanav Trust and Sri Jayamani Catering are jointly organized ‘Sri Vishnu Sahasranama’ paarayanam at 3 p.m on Sunday, Dec. 20 at Moogambikai Mini Hall, Madley Road, West Mambalam as part of farewell function of ‘Veeduthoorum Veda Paarayanam’ program. Poojya Sri Maharanyam Muralidhar Swamigal will be inaugurate the program in presence of Kunnam Sankara Dikshithar, Vaithikasri Nannilam Rajgopala Ganapadigal, Subramaniya Ganapadigal, Vedic Ravi (Founder, Sri Bhuvaneshwari Vedic Center) and other eminent personalities. All are welcome. More details can be had in phone 98407 87957 and 91766 51942. Sri Vishnu Sahasranama’ paarayanam From To Name of the singer Violin Mirdangam 08.30 a.m. 09.30 a.m. K. AARTHI, GANESH, ANJANEE,SUBADRA (Nalaiya Sigarangal Students) Ravi Venkataraman 09.30 a.m. 10.30 a.m. L. AKHILESH (Violin Solo) own own 10.30 a.m. 11.30 a.m. PRIYANKA SEKAR MANASVI SUNDAR C. Rohith Kumar Hari Vishwanath 11.30 a.m. 12.30 p.m. STUDENTS OF SRI MA BAL NIKETHAN, PURASAWALKKAM Ravi Venkataraman 12.30 p.m. 01.00 p.m. SUBHIKSHA GANESH 01.30 p.m. 02.30 p.m. S. SUJHA Suresh Madheshwaran 02.30 p.m. 03.30 p.m. S. SHANMUGA PRIYA 03.30 p.m. 04.30 p.m. S. GAYATHRI 04.30 p.m. 05.30 p.m. GOMATHI SURYANARAYAN Schedule for Nalaiyasigarangal’s 3rd Carnatic Isai Vizha On 20th December 2015 At TAG Auditorium, Ramakrishna Mission High School Dhandapani Street, T.Nagar, Chennai 600 017 FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: 044-65650303 For Articles, News, To Publish In T Nagar Times Send mail to : tnagartimes @yahoo.com T NAGAR TIMES - @ T.NAGAR, W.MAMBALAM, READ- BUY- SELL IT SHINES FOR ALL - NEWSPAPER THAT SERVES NEIGHBOURHOOD
  8. 8. Owned, Published Printed by R.ASHWINI, Printed at NEW MERIT PRINTERS” No. 14/51, Reddy Kuppam Road, Saidapet, Chennai – 600015 Published from No.2, Vellala Street 1st Lane, Kodambakkam, Chennai – 600024 - . Editor: D.LOKESH T NAGAR TIMES8 Dec 20 - Dec 26, 2015R.Dis.No.1146/2015 A condolence meeting was called by the Chettinad Family led by Mr. MAMR Muthiah, MD, Chettinad Group recently at Rani Seethai Hall. The meeting was attended by more than 500 people and the hall was full packed, while many patiently stood to listen to the condolence speech made by the dignitaries. Dr.M.A.M.Ramaswamy, who anchored the Chettinad Group of Companies, passed away in Chennai on December Condolence Meet for MAMR Held 2nd at the age of 84. He was a Member of the Parliament and the Pro- Chancellor of Annamalai University. Mr. Duraisamy Raju, Former Judge, Mr. N. Srinivasan, MD, India Cements, , Mr. K. Srikanth, Former Cricketer, Mr. V. Bhaskaran, Former Hockey Player, Mr. R. Ramakrishnan, President, Madras Race Club were present at the condolence meet. Mr. MAMR Muthiah said, “All the progress I have achieved so father is duly because of my father, Dr. MAM Ramaswamy’s blessings. He had so much faith in me and gave me important role in the Chettinad Group at a very young age. He taught me with business subtlety and financial discipline. He was a great guide, lovable grandfather, an ardent sport enthusiast, an immense fan of arts, whether music or literature, generous humanitarian and certainly the greatest businessman of his time. The huge loss of his demise can never be spared. I am proud of being the son of this Great Man and Chettinadu family pledge to take forward the good work done by this noble soul.” A biography of Dr. MAM Ramaswamy named “Dr. MAMR – Oru Sagaptham” was also released during the meeting. For advertisements: 044-65650303 Call Monday to Saturday @ 11.00am to 5.00pm For Articles, News, To Publish In T Nagar Times Send mail to : tnagartimes@yahoo.com, www.tnagartimes.com T NAGAR TIMES wishes u a Merry Christmas

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