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Lions club regional meeting

Lions club regional meeting

Lions club regional meeting

Lions Club Regional (12) Meeting

The Regional Meeting of Region 12 of Lion M. Subramaniam was held on 18th January 2015 at Hotel Savera, Mylapore, Chennai. Lion D. Thulasingam, District Governor of Lions District 324 A6 was the Chief Guest. Lion Er. K. Dhanapalan, Past District Governor from Erode was the Guest Speaker. Tmt. L. Kanchana, District Educational Officer was presented with ‘Life Time Achievement Award’ by the District Governor & Region Chairperson. Lion M.D. Nandakumar, Zone Chairperson rendered the vote of thanks.

[Donation to Pammal Sankara Eye Hospital]

[The Regional Meeting of Region 12 of Lion M. Subramaniam was held on 18th January 2015 at Hotel Savera, Mylapore, Chennai. During this meeting, as a part of service activity, Lion M. Subramaniam, Region Chairperson handed over a cheque for ` 10,000/- to Lion J. Babu, General Manager of Pammal Sankara Eye Hospital, through Lion D. Thulasingam, District Governor of Lions District 324 A6. Lion P. Elangovan, Chairperson of Lions Multiple District 324 AB and Lion Er. K. Dhanapalan, Past District Governor from Erode, Lion P. Puthukan, First Vice Governor and Lion P.S.V. Kumar, Second Vice Governor were also present.]

[Donation to Haemodialysis Centre ]

[The Regional Meeting of Region 12 of Lion M. Subramaniam was held on 18th January 2015 at Hotel Savera, Mylapore, Chennai. During this meeting, as a part of service activity, Lion M. Subramaniam, Region Chairperson handed over a cheque for ` 10,000/- to Lion K. Uthandi, for Lions District 324 A6 Haemodialysis Centre, Kovilambakkam, through Lion D. Thulasingam, District Governor. Lion P. Elangovan, Chairperson of Lions Multiple District 324 AB and Lion Er. K. Dhanapalan, Past District Governor from Erode, Lion P. Puthukan, First Vice Governor and Lion P.S.V. Kumar, Second Vice Governor were also present.]

[The Regional Meeting of Region 12 of Lion M. Subramaniam was held on 18th January 2015 at Hotel Savera, Mylapore, Chennai. During this meeting, as a part of service activity, Lion M. Subramaniam, Region Chairperson handed over a cheque for ` 10,000/- to a student towards his college fees, through Lion D. Thulasingam, District Governor. Lion P. Elangovan, Chairperson of Lions Multiple District 324 AB and Lion Er. K. Dhanapalan, Past District Governor from Erode, Lion P. Puthukan, First Vice Governor and Lion P.S.V. Kumar, Second Vice Governor were also present.] Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world. Its 1.36 million members in more than 46,000 clubs are serving communities in 210 countries and geographical areas around the globe. Since 1917, Lions clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired, championed youth initiatives and strengthened local communities through hands-on service and humanitarian projects. For more information about Lions Clubs International, visit lionsclubs.org

For More Information Contact: [Lion R. Ramesh], [+91 98841 08850], [r.raamesh65@gmail.com]

25.01.2015. 21:42

Pongal celeberations by students

Pongal celeberations by students

Social work department students celebrated pongal festival Members of RMD Pain and Palliative Care Trust and students from social work department of Madras Christian College (Tambaram), Vaishnva College for Women (Chormpet) , Loyala College (Nungambakkam) , Mar Goregous College (Mogappair), celebrated the pongal festival along with the family members of cancer patients in Ellapuram Village, Tiruvallur District.

Founder, RMD Pain and Palliative Care Trust, Dr. Republica Sridhar said that Trust providing free door to door medical examination to the villagers of 64 blocks in Ellapuram Village, Tiruvalluvar District for years.

Dr. Republica Sridhar told us that social work students are conducting awareness program on cancer, palliative care treatment and other health related problems to the villagers in regular intervals.

The students prepared pongal in traditional manner and conducted traditional games to the villagers as part of Pongal celebration.

Those who are interested to join as volunteer and support the RMD Pain and Palliative Care Trust activities are welcomed. For more details please contact: 93810 16588.

25.01.2015. 21:40

Road Safety Awareness Camp

Road Safety Awareness Camp

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Every day on Every Road at Every Signal we see a lot of people violating Traffic Rules - Would you like if someone told them to follow the Traffic Rules individually one by one - point by point ?

We see accidents happening on the road all the time, but have we ever given ourselves a moment to think about what can be done to save their lives? You too can play your part in bringing down the death rate ratio caused by Road Accidents by a significant number, by getting them aware of following Traffic Rules while they are waiting at the Signal. Your effort for the Traffic Awareness Campaign, can make all the difference.

If you have to cross the Old Mahabalipuram Road, would you walk half a km to the nearest Foot Over Bridge or zig-zag your way out of the traffic?

Most will opt for the second option. There are 3,00,000 people dying every year in Road Accidents. To eradicate such deadly survey's. We're conducting awareness campaigns across the city since January 2013.

"Accidents do occur when we forget to realize that family is more important than the thrill of speed". Here comes TAC (i.e) - Traffic Awareness Campaign - a road Safety Awareness Campaign by Thozhan. Alert Today - Alive Tomorrow! Join us to make an impact! .Date - 25th January 2015 (Sunday), Time is 4pm to 7pm Locations - Thozhan conducting the Event at 10 Places in Chennai .

1 - ICF Signal, 2 - Tiruvanmiyur Signal, 3 - T.Nagar Signal, 4 - Sholinganallur Signal 5 - Gemini Flyover Signal, 6 - Anna Arch Signal, 7 - Alandur Cement Road Signal 8 - Chrompet Main Signal, 9 - Rettei Eri Signal, 10 - Porur Signal
All Are Welcome. To protect this Relationship and Generation ,Thozhan started doing Traffic Awareness Campaigns from 1st January 2013. Each month last Sunday Thozhan do it regularly to make sure that the death rate reduces. It all started with 4 people taking a Vow and now nearly 2600+ have taken the Vow to drive safe. Contact 8807557269 for more details.

25.01.2015. 21:37

VGP Launch

VGP Launch Pressrelease

VGP Launch Pressrelease

Something New for Everyone, Meet a whole new kingdom At VGP Universal Kingdom

VGP Universal Kingdom is endowed with a number of exhilarating rides and exciting facilities, like Rollercoaster, Dashing Car, Go- Kart, Water Chute, Jungle car, Balloon Racer, Flying Carpet, Top Gun, Wave Swinger, Tele Combat, Enterprise and VGP Aqua Kingdom Water Park the finest coolest attraction - with beautiful ambience, designed by an Australian Architect to fully refresh, rejuvenate and experience the big Wave pool, Lazy River, Rain Dance, Tornado Slide and more “n” more rides amidst the water.

The world famous Statue man, thrilling and exciting rides, a refreshing water park, inviting restaurants, horror house, green gardens, blue beach, add to that a new Kingdom under the reign of a new Raja.
With variety of entertainment options for all age groups, VGP Universal Kingdom offers new experiences. Now, it will continue to do that in a colourful, new avatar. The theme park now sports a royal look befitting a fantasy kingdom. It has a new Raja and an army of entertainers to welcome the visitors, in other words, ‘royal guests’.

The 44.5-acre land of fun, now made special with a new Raja, allows kids to feed and pet little animals and birds at the petting zoo. At Universal Kingdom, they also get to meet new kids and enjoy rides that are never found in neighbourhood parks. Youngsters, in the company of their friends, can experience some of the thrilling new rides. Families can feast on the Godzilla dosa and other specialities in a new setting. Elderly folks can have a relaxed time with their family at the beach and at the many lush green lawns.

VGP Universal Kingdom will soon introduce new rides and special attractions. And with every new addition, it will expand its magical kingdom to be the one-stop destination for family entertainment and offer something new for everyone!

VGP is not just an entertainment arena but also has several facets of cultural value intricately carved pillars and frescoes depicting the great bygone eras of Tamil History and Chola Kingdom. This is a cultural highlight which must cannot be missed at any cost.

Another stellar attraction is the statue man who is true to his character and remains immobile, the challenge is to make him move, bat an eyelid and the prize is yours.

Extensive food court is inlaid within the premises, where tantalizing aroma will definitely seduce your taste buds. The Restaurant serves delectable fare of chat- the fast food stall serves all other Indian fares including 8 ft dosa.

25.01.2015. 21:28

Vocational excellence award

Vocational excellence award

Vocational excellence award

Dr. Vasumathy Vedantham, Medical director, Radhatri Nethralaya (12, Hindi Prachara Sabha street, T. Nagar) was presented the "Vocational Excellence" Award by the Inner Wheel of district 323 at their district conference Sandesh on 22nd Jan 2015. The award was for her excellence in the treatment of preterm babies with the blinding disorder Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) and her pet project "Balanethra: Tender Vision" that aims at free laser surgery of infants with ROP belonging to the lower socio economic class.

The club also donated Rs.50,000 for Gurupriya Vision Charitable Trust in presence of Dr. Rashi Sharma ,Association President, Swarnalatha Jothi ,District Chairman, Kamala Alagappan ,Conference Chairman,, Jayalaksmi Suryanarayanan Conference Secretary, Jyoti Agarwal,Conference and I.S.A.K. Nazar Rotary District Governor 3230.

Dr. Vasumathy has the distinction of being the alumnus of premier institutions such as Madras Medical College & RIO-GOH, Chennai where she completed her M.B.B.S & M.S Ophthalmology, L.V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI), Hyderabad, where she did her vitreo retinal fellowship and Aravind Eye Hospital, Madurai where she worked as a retina consultant for five years and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London where she did her fellowship in paediatric retina and Electrophysiology.

She is a member of All India Ophthalmologic Society (AIOS), Tamil Nadu Ophthalmic Association (TNOA), Andhra Pradesh State Ophthalmic Society (APSOS) and is a Governing council member of the vitreoretinal society of India.

She has a distinguished academic record with fifteen gold medals including the best outgoing medical student for M.B.B.S and M.S Ophthalmology and the prestigious Rakesh Sharma memorial award conferred by All India Ophthalmologic Society (AIOS) for best work in ocular trauma in India in 2005 and 46 publications in peer reviewed national and international journals and several presentations in conferences and symposia.

Her area of expertise is endophthalmitis, electrophysiology, paediatric retinal disorders, especially Retinopathy of prematurity and ocular trauma. She has recently been conferred with the Hanumantha Reddy Award for the best work done in pediatric ophthalmology in India. The award recognizes her exemplary work on eye infections in children. She is a member of Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, having topped the FRCS examination in 1999.

She has been carrying out free screening and treatment of preterm infants for retinopathy of prematurity (ROP, a blinding disorder) over the past eight years in IOG, two years in RSRM , Stanley and in KMC. She has received the prestigious Chetpet Balakrishnan Baskaran oration awarded by IMA Tamilnadu state and best social service award by Women’s Entrepreneurs Welfare Association (WEWA). She has received the annual ophthalmology oration and gold medal from IMA Tambaram and Deccan Dhanvantri award by Sukar Markendeya Medical Research Foundation in 2014. She has been recognized as one of the top 20 women ophthalmologists in India by the Ophthalmology world report.

More details Please Contact: 044-24332229, 24311550, 9445438681.

25.01.2015. 21:25

Jagadguru Shankaracharya of Sringeri anoints his successor

Jagadguru Shankaracharya of Sringeri anoints his successor

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Dakshinamnaya Sri Sharada Peetham Sringeri, Karnataka:
jagadguru shankaracharya of sringeri anoints his successor
Sri Adi Shankaracharya, India’s greatest philosopher-saint who revived Sanatana Dharma (or Hinduism as it is called today) and the Upanishadic philosophy of Vedanta,established His first (of four) and foremost center of learning — Dakshinamnaya Sri Sharada Peetham at Sringeri — in the 8th century CE. Friday, on January 23, 2015, continuing this unbroken Guru-Shisya lineage that stretches directly back to Sri Adi Shankaracharya, the 36th Jagadguru Shankaracharya of Sringeri Sharada Peetham, Sri Sri Bharati Tirtha Mahaswamiji anointed His successor.

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In a traditional ceremony, the Jagadguru initiated Brahmachari Sri Kuppa Venkateshwara Prasada Sharma into Sannyasa and bestowed upon him the Yoga Patta (monastic name)of Sri Sri Vidhushekhara Bharati.
dakshinamnaya sri sharada peetham sringeri Over 40,000 people from all corners of the country and abroad, descended upon the sacred town of Sringeri to witness this rare event. Several dignitaries from all walks of life also attended this occasion.

dakshinamnaya sri sharada peetham sringeri The elaborate Shishya-Sweekara ceremony began on Jan 22. The successordesignate,Brahmachari, performed Homas, fasted all day and stayed awake throughout the night.

dakshinamnaya sri sharada peetham sringeri Friday, the ceremony began at 7:30AM with the Brahmachari performing the Purusha Sookta Homa and Virajaa Homa at the Samadhi Shrines of the previous Jagadgurus. At 9AM the Brahmachari proceeded to the banks of the Tunga river and performed Preshochaarana and Sarva-bhoota-abhaya Pradhana — signifying a vow of non-violence towards all beings. He then discarded his clothes, sacred thread and tuft. As he rose from the Tunga river, Jagadguru Sri Sri Bharati Tirtha Mahaswamiji blessed Him with Kashya Vasthram (saffron monastic robes), Dandam and Kamandalu. The Guru and Shishya Swamiji then proceeded to the Samadhi Shrine of Jagadguru Sri Sri Abhinava Vidya Tirtha Mahaswamiji.

There, as per the ancient tradition established by Sri Shankaracharya, the Jagadguru then gave the Shisya Swamiji the Pranava Upadesha and Mahavakhya Upadesha.

Thereafter, the Jagadguru and the Shisya Swamiji crossed the Tunga river and proceeded towards the Goddess Sharada Temple. Then, the Shisya Swamiji performed the Paryanka Shaucha ceremony on the northern side of the river. After completing this ceremony, He entered the Goddess Sharada temple. It may be remembered here that when establishing this Peetham about 1200 years ago in Sringeri, Sri Adi Shankaracharya consecrated the idol of Goddess Sharada (the Goddess of Learning and Knowledge) and invoked Her divine presence and blessings to ever preside over this Peetham. Since then, the Jagadguru Shankaracharyas of Sringeri have always announced their successor only after Goddess Sharada’s divinely ordained-will is revealed to them. So, the Yoga Patta bestowment ceremony is aptly held in the presence of the divine Mother, Goddess Sharada.

At the temple, the Jagadguru seated the Shishya Swamiji on the Vyaakhyaana Simhasana (throne of Transcendental Wisdom), placed a Saligrama on His head and worshipped it. Jagadguru then blessed Him with the Yogapatta of Sri Sri Vidhushekhara Bharati.

Afterwards, the Jagadguru adorned the Vyaakhyaana Simhasana and the Shishya Swamiji performed Puja to the Lotus Feet of the Jagadguru. Thereafter, both Sri Mahasannidhanam and Sri Sannidhanam had Darshan of Goddess Sharada and accepted a collective offering from the devotees. Representatives from various state governments, important temples, Mathadipathis and erstwhile Maharajas also submitted their offerings.

Sri Mahasannidhanam and Sri Sannidhanam then emerged from the Goddess Sharada Temple to bless an over joyous and overflowing crowd of devotees, and had Darshan at all the temples of the Math. Later, they returned to Narasimha Vana on the southern side of the river.

The evening programmes begined with a Sabha where Sri Mahasannidhanam and Sri Sannidhanam to grace the devotees with a Anugraha Bhashanam (Dharmic discourse). Many dignitaries and Mathadipathis attended this programme.

Thereafter, at about 9 PM, the “Pallaki Utsava” of Sri Mahasannidhanam and SriSannidhanam had taken place.

For More Information Contact : Gurusevadhurina Padmasri Awardee Dr. V.R. Gowrishankar CEO, Dakshinamnaya Sri Sharada Peetham, Sringeri Telephone. +91 8265 250123


24.01.2015. 23:49

Actress Trisha And Varun Engaged

Actress Trisha And Varun Engaged

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Trisha Krishnan got engaged to Varun Manian in Chennai on Friday, 23 January. The couple exchanged the rings in a traditional event attended by family and friends.
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The ceremony, which was restricted to family members and close friends, was held at the bridegroom's residence. Kamal Haasan, Gauthami, Ramya Krishnan, Mani Ratnam, Suhasini, Sarath Kumar, Radhikaa, AL Vijay, Amala Paul, Siddharth, Jayam Ravi, Ramya Krishnan and others were spotted at the function.
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Trisha and Varun exchanged rings , before they got engaged to each other under tradition Hindu customaries.

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24.01.2015. 08:47

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