Issuu on Google+

Special Discount 5%

SWAMI CABS Latest Tourist A/c & Non A/c. Car Operators (Govt. Authorized) #1, 18th Street, 5th Avenue, Ashok Nagar, Chennai - 600 083. TamilNadu, India.

24746845 / 98402 64801 / 9444 666 666 swamicabs@yahoo.co.in FAST, SAFE, RELIABLE, REASONABLE

Vol. 7 No. 22 Rs.1/-

May 31 - June 6, 2009

Metro Rail conducts soil test elevated viaduct from Koyambedu to Ashok Nagar for a length of 4.5 kms to Soma Enterprises Ltd, Hyderabad at a cost of Rs. 199.20 crores. For the construction of the rest of the elevated portions, tenders would be floated soon. The elevated portions covers Ashok Nagar to St Thomas Mount, which comes under the second corridor linking Chennai Central and St Thomas Mount. It seems the Metro Rail will soon be a reality and be able to decongest the city. Last Wednesday, the contractors of the Metro Rail Corporation kickstarted soil test at 100 Feet Road on the stretch of the s e c o n d r a i l c o r r i d o r. The elevated corridor will be constructed along the middle of the median on the 100 Feet Road. Apparently, the soil test is the preliminary step before the construction of the pillars. Tests were also conducted opposite the SAF Games Village and opposite Hotel Ambica Empire near Arumbakkam. Chennai Metro Rail Limited has awarded the first tender in February for the construction of

For Advt. contact : 99620 56677 / 98415 90399

Split a/c 1.5 ton (2 Star)

Rs.19,990/-

Conditions Apply.

@ ASHOK NAGAR

Fully Automatic

Rs.7,990/- only

32 Plasma

Rs.21,490/- only 20 LCD

Rs.9,990/- only 21 Flat TV

Rs.5,490/- only

Installation Free for A/c Stream Iron Box

Rs.490/- only

India's Largest Electronics Show Room

Any Purchase Gift Free Free Home Delivery 91, Ist Avenue, Ashok Nagar, Chennai - 83. Ph : 93821 30303 / 32211888 / 32211999


May 31 -June 6, 2009

Page 3

CONGRATULATIONS TOPPERS X Std. School Toppers Prakruthi emerges winner M.A.K. Matriculation Hr. Sec. School

M. Pavithra Second

A. Alfina Muthu First

B. Hari Priya Third

Springfield Matriculation Hr. Sec. School

M. Abinaya Second

J. Sylvia First

A. Prakruthi of B.S. Mootha Girls Senior Secondary School won the U-25 Chennai district Chess Championship organised by T.Nagar Chess Academy at Sister Subalakshmi Memorial School, T.Nagar May 2 and 3. She scored 3 out of 4 rounds. She has been playing chess for more than four years and has won many prizes at the State level tournaments. She will represent Chennai

District in the State U - 2 5 C h e s s

Championship later in the month in Chennai.

AMIT COACHING CENTER Tuition Under Taken

Naveen Kumar Third

Sri Krishnaswamy Matriculation Hr. Sec. School

9th to 12th Std. (Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Accountancy)

Admission going on G. Dharshana Second

R.V. Shoban Kumar First

No.64, Munuswamy Salai, West K.K. Nagar, Chennai - 78. Ph : 96770 06844 (Near Nesappakkam Bus Stand)

P. Shanmuga Priyan Third

Anjuham Higher Secondary School

Vinodh Raj First

N. Rachel Monisha First

K. Karthik Second

V. Saravanan Third

All Angels Matriculation Hr. Sec. School

V. JeyaShree First

P.K. Vaidyanathan Second

N. Subathra Third

Sri Ahobila Math Oriental Hr. Sec. School

R. Srivarshani First

K.S. Meenakshi Second

T.S.B. Kiruthika Third

Corporation Higher Secondary School

EXCELLENT EDUCATION RAJADHEVAN ROOPAVATHI NURSERY & PRIMARY SCHOOL D. Bhavani First

K. Arabinisha Second

R. Hari Krishnan Third

Jawahar Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School

K.Abhirami First

Nitishmyneni Second

Shreyasi Dwivedi Second

Recognised by Govt. of TN01/250/2005

Pre K.G. to Vth Std. Admission Open No Donation

Play School Attached

G. Sujatha B.A Head Mistress Ph : 93809 79859

Dr. S.D.S. Rajadhevan Ph.D. Correspondent Ph : 24747597

No.1, Kannappar Salai, (Very Near Police - Training College) Ashok Nagar, Chennai - 600 083.

Log on www.vadapalanitimes.com


Page 4

May 31 -June 6, 2009

KOLLYWOOD Nadodigal to hit screen soon Audio launch of Valmiki held

The audio launch of Valmiki was a star-studded occasion. Illayaraja, music director himself graced the occasion. D i r e c t o r s S h a n k a r, Linguswamy and seven lyricists were present. Other celebrities who graced the occasion included Abirami Ramanathan, Rama Narayanan, Mysskin,

Madhesh, Balaji Sakthivel and heroines of the film Meera Nandan and Devika along with the hero of the film Akhil. Debutant director Ananthanarayanan, who was a former assistant to director Shankar, directs the movie. Ace cinematographer Azhagappan is the cameraman and Vaali has

Suriya's Bollywood debut

written all the songs for the film. The film has Akhil playing Pandi, a pickpocket and there are two heroines. While Meera Nandan plays the role of a playschool teacher, Devika the other heroine is a flower-seller. Vikatan talkies, which had earlier produced SMS, a smashing hit, is producing the film.

Oberoi. Suriya will play a character called Suri and he will appear in the climax scenes. Vivek plays the role of a gangster in the film

Samuthirakani. The film revolves around four friends and their conflicts. Sundar C Babu is the music director of the film. K Balachander was the

chief guest for the audio release. Directors Ameer, Bala and Cheran were present on the occasion. Two songs from the film were screened at the audio launch.

Watch out for a non-stop nonsense

Madhumitha, who directed Vallamai Tharayo is now wielding the megaphone to direct a racy comedy with a script by Crazy Mohan. Shikha, a Kannada actress

Suriya is all set to make his debut in Hindi. He will be doing a Ram Gopal Varma film Ratha Charithra along with Vivek

M.Sasikumar, who created a buzz as an actor, director and producer with Subramaniapuram is back donning the role of lead actor in Nadodigal. The film is directed by

is debuting in the film. The story is all about a treasure hunt and will be a fun filled affair throughout. Selva Ganesh, son of Vikku Vinayagaram is the

music director. The film stars Cochin Hanifa, MS Bhasker, Kota Srininvas Rao, Delhi Ganesh and Crazy Mohan. Karthik Kumar is the hero and he

along with Shikha play thieves in the film. Crazy Mohan is all excited about the film and describes the script as a completely nonstop nonsense

On a New Innings : Actor Kamal Haasan at the launch of script writing workshop at IIT, Madras

For Advt. contact : 99620 56677 / 98415 90399


May 31 -June 6, 2009

Page 5

Care with a healing touch

Va s a n t h a M e m o r i a l Cancer Centre is a clinic as well as chemotherapy centre near Ashok Pillar. The trust, built in memory of Mrs. Vasantha, operates from Coimbatore, Chennai and Mumbai. It provides free or highly subsidised cancer therapy, primarily for patients of blood cancer and breast cancer. The

extended staying facility for chemotherapy treatment is fairly low. The day care center is airconditioned and houses all facilities including a nursing team. The charge is Rs. 50 per hour, but it's often waived in the case of poor. The trust also has a minor operation theatre,

News Free counselling for engineering aspirants

laboratory and pharmacy. Medicines are provided at subsidised rates. The centrr has individual consulting rooms for specialists. There is a counseling centre, rehabilitation cell and a mini-conference hall. The trust is actively involved in sponsorship, counselling and rehabilitation of cancer patients. It conducts multiple micro camps in cities for cancer detection and has been creating cancer awareness across various sections of the society. The trust collects fu n d s th r o u g h m u s i c programmes, women who put their embroidering skills into use and school children. Dr. Ramanathan Jayaraman has been the pivotal guiding force of the Trust. From devising the functionality model of the trust, to ensuring personal attention to each of the cancer patients the trust, to motivating the volunteers, to appealing for funds, Dr Ramanathan's devotion to the cause is evident. Vasantha Memorial Cancer Centre is at No.33, 35th Street, Opp JFA Showroom Ashok NAgar Chennai - 83 PH ; 24717871 or 77 Mobile : 98940-89379

M.Kesavan, a professional consultant on Engineering Education, a graduate from Anna University is providing free counselling service to B.E. / B.Tech aspirants. Candidates can avail of this service before

deciding on the college and courses, which depends on the cut off marks and community of the candidate. This service is available in person and over phone also. For more details, contact:

23660852, Cell: 9849850411 or meet Mr Kesavan in person at Plot No.529, Dr.A. Ramasamy Road, K.K. Nagar. Timing : 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. & 5.00 p.m. to 9.00p.m. on all days.

On spiritual awareness A one to one spiritual awareness programme is being organized at Life Transformation Center, KK Nagar. This is a free

interactive programme and is suitable for coping up with present day life and its situations. The programme is being

conducted by VVVR Academy from 8 am to 8 pm. For details contact Jayamaji at: 9282232221.

ALL ANGELS

MATRICULATION HR. SEC. SCHOOL 130A, BHARATHIDASAN COLONY, K.K. NAGAR, CH - 78. Ph : 2489 0304

Higher Secondary Examination 2009 100% Pass We Congratulate our School Toppers

School First R. Ragunath 1121/1200

School Second E. Mukesh 1094/1200 Maths 200/200

School Third S.T. Satish Kumar 1078 /1200

Admissions open for +1 for the year 2009 - 2010 Limited Seats Only Admission will be given based on Merit. l Eligibility for First Group : 75% & above in Maths & Science l

Groups available l Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science / Biology l Accountancy, Commerce, Economics, Computer Science Admissions Open for Pre - KG & LKG Classes Application forms can be obtained from School Office

M


Page 7

May 31 -June 6, 2009

ARTS Rooted in tradition

VADAPALANI TIMES Music Festival 21st Week

Vadapal ani Ti mes is or gani sing Car nat ic musi c pr ogr am me on Sun day 31st , May 200 9 at 6. 30p m

Rajalakshmi, disciple of Saroja Balasubramanian and granddaughter of Padmabhooshan Late B. Rajam Iyyer gave a vocal concert as part of the Music Festival organized by Vadapalani Times. Lalitha Subramanian, director of Rasikapriya, inaugurated the concert after explaining the aim and concept of Vadapalani Times' Music Festival.She introduced the artistes to the audience. Rajalakshmi commenced her concert with Veenai kuppaiar's begada varnam – Intha chalamela. She p r o c e e d e d t o Sureswaram, a composition of Mangalam Ganapathi in gambeera nattai and Deva deva kalayambike, a

composition of Swathi t h i r u n a l i n mayaamalavagowla ragam, which was good. Gopalakrishna Bharathi`s Sabapathikku in abhogi set to roopakam was good. Though a high expectation was there from the audience about the concert, lack of coordination between the artistes turned out to be a dampener. Patnam Subramania Iyyer`s Baridanamichchi was sung in bilahari ragam set to kantachapu. Kaya Rohanesam in devaganadhari ragam set to roopakam, Ambujam Krishnan`s Om Namo Narayana in karnaranjani set to kandachapu and Syama Sastri`s Saroijadalanethri in

Sankarabharanam set to adi were well received. Thiagaraja's Nidhi chaala Sukhama in Kalyani was chosen as the main item of the evening. She did an alapana and sung it with kalpanaswarams. The expertise and their guru's styles of the violinist, (Ganesh Kumar, disciple of Kanyakumari) and the mridangist (Ragam Ramesh) was reflected during the main item The neraval – Mamatha bandhanaayutha was meaningful and depicted a feel of detachment from the world's desires. Swagatham Krishna, a composition of O o t h u k k a d u Venkatasubbaiar was the concluding piece.

A reflection of traditional training

Swathi, a 19-year old and disciple of Chengalput Ranganthan, and grand d a u g h t e r o f Thirupoonthuruthu V.Venkatesan gave a vocal concert at Perambur Sangeetha Sabha, as part of its monthly programme. She commenced her concert with Papanasam Sivan`s pada varnam in nattaikurunji ragam, which was a clear traditional format. Pahi Pahi Balaganapathe in hamsadhwani was sung

n e a t l y w i t h kalpanaswaram. Syama S a s t r i ` s r a r e Ta m i l keerthana, Enneramum U n N a m a m i n poorvikalyani was rendered with a brief alapana and kalpana swaram. Chidambaram Natarajan in kedaram and Sree Raghuvaram in nayaki ragam were good. , Empaya Palaya Showre in charukesi, a composition of Swathi Thirunal was the special attraction and it

seemed to be the vocalist`s favourite, going by the involvement with which she presented it. Chintana sada in kuntalavarali was melodious. Karaharapriya ragam was the main item of the evening. She has given detailed alapana and sang Samana Mevaru with clear diction. Kalpanaswaram part proved the artiste’s calibre and reflected her musical background. Ehi mudam Dehi, a tharangam, composition of Narayana Teerthar in Khamas was good. The thukda items such as Muruganin maru peyar in behag, Thirupughaz in s a v e r i and Maitreem Bajata need special mention. Sivakami Narayanan on violin and Sarath Babu on mrudangam enhanced Swathi’s performance. Swathi is learning violin f r o m A k k a r a i Swaminathan and this has helped her to bring in lot of improvissations in the concert. - Sarma

Venue: Sankara Madam, Eswaran Koil Street, (Near Madely Subway), West Mambalam, Chennai - 33.

RSVP Vadapalani Times: 9841590399

All are welcome


Regd. with RNI under Regn. No.TNBIL/2002/10963 R.Dis.No.349/09

May 31 -June 6, 2009

NEWS Summer and diabetes

Every summer day is challenging to diabetes patient. For most of the diabetic patients, in the month of May, blood sugar levels will show an increase. Not only the blood sugar values, but the complications arising out of diabetic, also will go up during summer. D r. A . S h a n m u g a m , Consultant Diabetologist, details some of the complications and the preventive steps to tackle them. Why the blood sugar level shoots up in summer? The reason for blood sugar level increase during summer is due to dehydration. If you are not suffering from diabetic kidney damage, a diabetic patient should take 1or 2

litres of water extra on a daily basis to overcome dehydration. Another reason is due to the skipping of tablets and lack of proper diet plan. Even if you are enjoying a vacation, don't forget to take medicines and stick on to the diet like normal days. How to tackle infections in summer? Another cause for concern is the fungal and bacterial infections, which are c o m m o n i n s u m m e r. Bathing twice a day gives an easy solution to avoid such infections. Watch your legs daily. Do make it a routine. Have a look at the toe and web spaces for the fungal infections. Fungal infections are common in diabetic patients who continuously wear the shoes. Walking with bare foot during the summer is to be avoided. Blisters may occur if footwear is not used which may later on lead to diabetic foot ulcer. These blisters and ulcers are more common in patients with diabetes nerve damage. What is the ideal diet plan

MLA to utilise funds for bus shelter

Book bank invites application

for diabetics in summer? The summer diet for the diabetic is a huge topic for discussion. There are a lot of myths about the diet. Diabetic patients should avoid fruit juices like watermelon, tender coconut and bottled drinks. The appropriate drinks for diabetic patients are freshly prepared lemon juices with low calorie sweeteners like sugarfree, zero, etc, if needed. Tomato juices can be taken without sugar. Besides, drink enormous amount of water and buttermilk to beat the summer. For diabetic patients, even though fruit juices and bottled drinks can quench their thirst there is the danger of their blood sugar level rising more than 400600 mg/dl. If the blood sugar values are within normal limits, (fasting blood sugar is 80-120mg / dl and post parandial blood sugar is 120-160mg /dl,) then the patients are allowed to take any one fruit salad of apple, guava, papaya, orange or watermelon. Diabetes patients can take any one fruit as listed above per day

in a limited quantity. How to keep the body fit in summer? Summer is the best time of the year to loss the extra fat and get back in shape. You can keep your body fit with a simple meal in summer. Avoid too many spices in the food. Add more vegetables in the diet. Vegetable salads are the best to keep the appetite down and to fulfill fibre and nutritional needs of the body. Vegetables with plenty of water, like ridge gourd, bottle gourd, ash gourd, snake gourd and cucumber should be added to the diet. Salads made of cucumber and steamed ash gourd is very good for health. To add a little bit of taste, add broccoli, capsicum or sprouts to it. By avoiding dehydration, taking care of personal hygiene, regular medication and with a controlled and balanced diet, all diabetes patients can beat the summer. (Dr. A. Shanmugam( M.D. D.Diab) is a Consultant Diabetologist at Chendur Diabetes SpecialityCentre, 7th Avenue, Ashok Nagar, Ch-83. Ph : 9444484351

Coaching classes in Ashok Nagar Insight coaching center, a training center for school and college students are starting their new batches for 2009/2010. Classes are conducted for class 10 and 12 , in all subjects. The center is adept in identifying the individual strength of each and every students and thus

nurturing it. Accordingly, the teachers will encourage students to explore their own strengths, and progress at their own pace thus making the students proud at their own potential. For more details contact, Abdul Salam, director at 988400825.

Friend of your family The dream for a bus shelter at 11th Avenue will be true, thanks to T Nagar MLA, VP K a l a i r a j a n . A modern bus shelter, 81 metres long and seven metres wide will be built at the mofussil bus stop on 11th Avenue, Ashok Nagar at a cost of Rs 60 lakhs allotted from the constituency development fund of VP Kalairajan. At present there is no bus shelter and a large number of commuters are forced to wait on the

pavement under the scorching sun. According to the MLA, the new bus shelter will have seats, digital route maps and destination boards. The damaged compound wall of the Government Higher Seconary School, Pudur will be reconstructed at a cost of Rs. 15 lakhs. He added that this would prevent entry of anti-social elements entering the playground. VP Kalairajan can be contacted on 98403 37479.

Painting classes at Saligramam Painting classes for ladies and children are conducted at Saligramam. The classes will teach embossed painting, Tanjore painting, glass painting, hand embroidery,

silver foil work, colour mehendi, fabric painting, key chain making, pot painting and different kinds of flower making. For more information contact: 9840911738

V Serve India is a service providing agency who arranges trusted, reliable and efficient cooks, housekeepers, baby sitters, attendants to children and senior citizens, drivers and watchmen. V Serve verifies the antecedents of the employees with g o v e r n m e n t o ff i c i a l s , school teachers, police officials and relatives

Sri Sumati Vishal Jain Book Bank invites application from all the Engineering as well as Computer Science students residing in and around Chennai City and Chenglepet areas. The application forms can be collected at Thirukumaran Apartments, NEW NO. 12, Rameshwaram Road, Ground Floor, Entrance from Rangan Street, T

Nagar, Chennai-17. The book bank is open on all weekdays from 4pm To 6pm. On Sundays it is open between 10 am to 1 pm. The last date for receiving the filled in application is July 25. Students willing to donate the engineering curriculam text books can also contact the above address. For further details call: 2436 0675, Ph : 96000 53336 4502 2450

G & S AGENCIES Travel Division

st

Shop No.6 & 7, No.9/2, Kamachipuram 1 Street, (Facing 7th Avenue, Ashok Nagar) West Mambalam, Chennai - 600 033.

NALISA O M IN CARE

LADIES INNER GARMENTS

#177, Raahat Plaza, (1st Floor) Arcot Road, Vadapalani, Chennai - 26.

Ph : 65 42 56 56 Lovable l

l Fancy

Triumph l

Night l

Nighties Suits Fancy Night Suits l Ladies Tops l Jeans l Fancy Party Wear l Aprons l Ladies Pants & Tights l Legings l Pretty Things l Maternity Wear l

Enamor l Juliet l Sonari l Daisy l

Dee

Salient l Little l

Lacy Bras Panties Branded Nighties l Cotton Nighties l Branded l

IMPORTED Nighties, Bras, Panties, Camisoles, Tummy Control Panties, Body Stocking, Panty Hose, Hand Gloves, Silicon Free Bra are available at Normal Price.

before employing them. V Serve also organizes 10% Discount for All Items Credit Card Accepted people to offer a range of services from gardening. plumbing, medical emergency and other 15, 50th Street, 9th Sector, K.K. Nagar, Chennai - 78. skilled and professional An ISO 9001 : 2000 Certified Institution, Ph : 23661466. services. They ensure The Management and staff congratulate continuous supply of the students in achieving personnel in case sickness, absence or 100% Pass in X resignation of the deputed BOARD EXAMINATION MARCH 2009 employees. V Serve can be The following are our school toppers contacted on 92833 31457,92833 31467

SPRINGFIELD MATRICULATION HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL

OXFORD MATRICULATION HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL Estd. 1969 No.57, South K.R. Koil Street, West Mambalam, Chennai - 33. Ph : 2485 0280 / 2474 9046

Admissions Open for Std. XI Groups offered l Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Comp.Science l Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Comp. Science l Accountancy, Commerce, Economics, Bio Maths / Comp.Science

Conveyance facility available

School First J. Sylvia 465 /500

School Second M. Abinaya 446/500

School Third Naveen Kumar 444/500

Admissions are open for classes

Pre KG to Std IX & XI Groups offered in XI Std. l Maths,

Physics, Chemistry, Com.Science / Biology Economics, Com.Science / Business Maths

l Commerce, Accountancy,

Owner & Published by K.P. Vijayakumar from 37/5, Arya Gowda Road, West Mambalam, Chennai - 600 033. Printed by S. Ramachandra Bhat at Jayanthi Printers, New No.5, Govindarajan Street, Puliyurpuram, Kodambakkam, Chennai - 24. Editor : K.P. Vijayakumar


Vadapalani Times