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The Neighbourhood Newspaper for T. Nagar & Mambalam
Vol. 20, No. 52
1040th Issue : May 23 - 29, 2015
Advt. Supplement
Page II
May 23 - 29, 2015
All Std. 10 students of Govt. Girls School
pass Board exam
The premiere of B.R. Panthulu’s prestige-plus production
‘Veera Pandya Kattabomman’ was held in London on May 10,
The film’s final length was about 18,000 ft. It became a
critical and commercial success and had a theatrical run of 175
days. It was dubbed and released in Hindi as Amar Shaheed in
1960. It won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film
in Tamil under the ‘Certificate of Merit’ section. It was expected
to win the ‘Best Film of the Year’ award but, for many reasons,
it did not get that coveted prize.
However, it created history at the 1960 Afro Asian Film
Festival held in Cairo where it won three major awards - Best
Film, Best Actor (Sivaji Ganesan as Kattabomman), and Best
Music Director (G. Ramanathan). The news created enormous
jubilation in Chennai. Sivaji Ganesan went to Cairo to receive
the award in person. Expectedly and justifiably he was excited
to receive the award. Writing about it in his autobiography
later, he said that he was so excited to see overwhelming crowds
on their feet standing and cheering in loud ovation which
continued for five long minutes.
The film opens with the shot of the plush red curtainand,
parting it a la the movie mogul Cecil B. DeMille, the producerdirector B.R.Panthulu, walks in and talks about the film.
It was a great moment in Ramanathan’s life when he won
the award at an international festival for best music. He was
no stranger to awards but this was the greatest of them all
The movie had as many as 12 songs sung by the top singers
of that periodlike P. B. Sreenivos, T.M. Soundararajan, Tiruchi
Loganathan, Sirgazhi Govindarajan, S. Varalakshmi (who
also played a major role in the film), V.N.Sundaram, P.Susheela,
K. Jamuna Rani, T.V. Rathnam, A.G. Ratnamala, and V.T.
Rajagopal (GR’s assistant). Out of these, three songs became
very popular. One of them was‘Manam Kanintharul Vetri
Vadivelane’ (Raga Kurinji) sung by V.N. Sundaram and S.
Varalakshmi. The second song was‘Singaraa Kanne’ (Raga
Brindavanasaranga) sung by S. Varalakshmi. And the third
hit number, still very popular, was‘Pogathey Pogathey
EnKanavaa’. (This song in Raga Mukhari, had been in use for
many years and sung in Theru koothoos, street theater shows).
Ramanathan had used the same Raga in a happy duet in the
second version of ‘Ambikapathi’ in the song ‘Vaada
MalareySentheney’ (T. M. Soundararajan and P.Bhanumathi)
Such was the brilliance of the music composer who could come
out with a romantic happy duet using a sad raga! That was
There was considerable criticism about the character of
Kattabomman as visualized in the stage play of Sivaji Ganesan
and the movie by eminent critics like Theodore Bhaskaran,
Babu Krishnaswamy and Thamizhvaanan (he called
Kattabomman as ‘Kolaikaaran!, bandit). His son Lena
Thamizhvaanan and several others have described the story
as more fiction than historic truth. So did the East India
Company diaries as this writer gathered in his research, as
already narrated earlier.
The pithy and ironic comment on this film was made by a
bestselling popular Tamil weekly (no prizes for guessing!) In its
last line, it stated “….a new face called Kattabomman acts
brilliantly as Sivaji Ganesan!”
However, the film created history and is now treated as a cult
film of Tamil cinema, mainly because of the breathtaking
performance of Sivaji Ganesan as Kattabomman.
(To be continued)
Indian Army recruiting
By Our Staff Reporter
The Indian Army will recruit
ITI and engineering technicians to fill vacancies for those
According to a press release,
Brigadier Sangram Dalvi,
Keep your
clean and green.
SM, Deputy Director General,
Headquarters Recruiting
Zone, Chennai, said the recruitment drives will be held at
Nagapattinam (June 4-13),
Dharmapuri (July 22-31),
Pondicherry (September 413), Krishnagiri (October 3-12)
and Ramanathapuram (November 17-26).
For more details, the Indian
Army website can be accessed
Trust offers free
courses for
By Our Staff Reporter
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All the 15 students of Government Girls High School
(Usman Road, T. Nagar)
passed the Std. 10 Board exam,
the results of which were declared on May 21.
Seven of them secured
more than 400 marks out of
Application forms
for polytechnic
colleges available
from tomorrow
Application forms for admission to part time and full time
diploma courses in polytechnic colleges under general categories and special reservation
categories – ex-servicemen,
eminent sports persons and
differently-abled – for the academic year 2015-16 are being
issued since May 18.
The eligibility for admission
to the diploma courses is a pass
in Std. 10. The cost of the application form is Rs.150. It is free
for SC/ST candidates.
Forms can also be downloaded from
The last date for submitting
filled in applications is June 5.
Neighbourhood candidates
can get forms in person by visiting P T Lee Chengalvarayan
Polytechnic College on E. V. K.
Sampath Road, Vepery. Its
phone numbers are 2532 3913
and 2640 2232.
This is the third consecutive
year all the Std. 10 students
had passed the exam.
The school toppers are A.
Hemalatha (477/500), S. R.
Keerthapriya (474) and S.
Bargavi (463).
P. Padma had taken charge
as headmistress of the school
three years back.
She said that it was the dedicated effort of the teachers,
special educators and sponsors
for the students’ welfare measures that helped them to do
well in the exams.
Admissions are currently
open for Std. 9 and 10.
The school’s contact number is 2434 6070.
The ‘Vocational Training
Centre’ of Sri Sathya Sai
Seva Organization (1, Paul
Appa-samy Street, near
PSBB School, KK Nagar. Ph:
2834 1625, 96000 42950,
98404 88766) offers free
courses for underprivileged
women, in computer applications, typewriting, accountancy, spoken English, tailoring, fashion designing, beautician training, hand
embroidery, handiwork and
It also organises free tuitions for dropouts and failed
Std. 10-12 students and coaching for B.Com / B.A correspondence courses.
Doctor offers to conduct free Siddha
awareness programs
By Our Staff Reporter
Dr. K. V. Abirami (Siddha
Specialist, 9, BBC Manor, 23,
Duraisamy Road, T. Nagar) on
invitation conducts free ‘Siddha
awareness program’ by displaying 108 placards of Siddha
lifestyle, home remedies, traditional Tamil health food and
exhibit of drugs like ‘Aadhimadhuram’ and ‘Chittharathai’.
Abirami said that she has
conducted many such programs in corporate houses,
public places and in big residential complexes.
Anyone interested in conducting such programs may
contact Abirami at 96000
10696 or send an email to
[email protected]
Woeful condition of public urinals
RTO officials inspect
school vehicles
As a precautionary measure
towards safety of school students,
Regional Transport Office (RTO)
officials, in coordination with
revenue officials, assistant commissioner of police and chief
education officer, have been inspecting vehicles transporting
school students in the city since
May 11.
They will check the condition
of the vehicles, height of the foot
board and presence of first-aid
box, among others. They should
have speed governors, fire extinguishers and an emergency
exit. According to an order by
State Transport Commissioner
(STC), the inspections have to
be conducted by all the RTOs
and a report has to be submitted
to the respective District Collector by May 30. The fitness certificates will not be provided to
vehicles that are faulty. The state
government formed the commitSivagnam Road
tee after the death of a 6-yearold girl Sruthi who fell through
By Our Staff Reporter
a hole on the floor of a school bus
There is irregular supply of water in the urinals
and came under its wheels in installed by Chennai Corporation at various
Tambaram in July, 2012.
Somasundaram Street
places in the neighbourhood. The regular
users of the facilities are complaining about
the unhygienic condition and foul smell from
The photos show the urinals installed on
the pavements of Sivagnam Road and
Somasundaram Street, T. Nagar.
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Vol. 20, No. 52
1040th Issue : May 23 - 29, 2015
With this issue, Mambalam Times
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residents of T. Nagar and Mambalam.
We have distributed over 2.96 crores
free copies of Mambalam Times so far.
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May 23 - 29, 2015
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Calling volunteers for free service in Tirumala
By Our Staff Reporter
Sevas (50, Dharga Road, Rajaji Nagar, Pallavaram) sends volunteers for week-long service
to pilgrims in Tirumala starting on Mondays and ending on Sundays.
Men and women who are physically fit and are willing to stay in Tirumala for a week are
welcome to offer their services for 6 hours everyday. The work will be of supervisory nature.
Accommodation, lunch and dinner will be provided free of cost. They can have special darshan
of Lord Venkateswara.
Travelling expense and the cost of breakfast must be borne by the volunteers.
Those interested can contact 78455 58334, 94449 01138.
May 23 - 29, 2015
Special programs
in Sanjeevini
on Thursday
By Our Staff Reporter
Sanjeevini Peetam (5/1,
Kavarai Street, West Mambalam, Ph: 2814 1926) will hold
special programs on Thursday, May 28, from 6 p.m to
7 p.m as part of its 30th year
Sri Suvarchala Anjaneya
Swami Vari Kalyanamahotsavam, in its premises.
Mathaji (founder) will perform ‘Rama Nama Sankeerthanam’, ‘Vasanthotsavam’,
‘Dolotsavam’, Hanuman gayathri paarayanam and chanting of Hanuman chalisa.
All are welcome.
Harikatha exponent honoured
By Our Staff Reporter
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Special darshan
of idols from
Narasimhar Temple
till month end
By Our Staff Reporter
Devotees can have darshan
of the deities Lord Yagna
Moorthy and Sri Mukkur
Lakshmi Narasimhchariar
Swamy till May 31 from 6 a.m
to 10 a.m and from 6 p.m to 8
p.m in Sri Swathi Narasimha
Maha Yagna Trust (34/24,
Venkatesan Street, T .Nagar).
The idols were brought to
Chennai for special darshan
from Sri Mattapalli Narasimha Temple (Mattapallai,
Andhra Pradesh).
All are welcome.
Blood donation
drive tomorrow
By Our Staff Reporter
Rotary Club of Chennai and
TTK VHS Blood Bank will
jointly conduct a blood donation drive on Sunday, May 24,
from 9.30 a.m to 1 p.m at Jubilee Clinic, 47, Jubilee Road,
West Mambalam.
Anyone in the age group of
18-65 and in good health can
donate blood.
Donors will be screened before blood units are collected
from them.
More details can be had by
calling 2474 2818 / 2474 3606.
Handbook for senior citizens
By Our Staff Reporter
In association with Chennai
City Police, Jeevatma Kainkarya Trust (Raju Naickan
Street, West Mambalam) will
release the book ‘Senior Citizens Guide’ on Saturday, May
23, at 5.30 p.m at Kamakshmi
Hall (Mahadaven Street, West
V. Ramasubramaniam (Justice, High Court Madras) will
release the book and the first
copy will be released by P.
‘Harikatha Sevaka Thilagam’ virudhu was conferred on
Harikatha exponent Kalyanapuram R. Veeraraghavan
(resident of 197/57, flat 2B,
Green Peace ‘Santosa’,
Ramasamy Salai, K.K. Nagar,
Mob: 94459 68003) by Veda
scholar S.K. Viswesvara
Sastrigal in the presence of
P.T. Chandran (Hindu Dharma
Prachara Parishad, TTD) on
May 15 in Siva Vishnu Temple,
T. Nagar.
Corporation to
He is a disciple of Embar
launch ‘indigenous
Vijayaraghavachariar. He is
also an asthana vidwan at
tree’ campaign
Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam.
By Our Staff Reporter
He has received a number of award from Karthik Fine Arts
He has been presenting
Following a meeting with
Harikatha discourse for the accolades in the past including and ‘Kalai Mudhamani’ award NGOs last week, Chennai Cora ‘Life time achievement’ from the Tamilnadu Govt.
past six decades.
poration has decided to prothe planting of indigenous
Reservations open mote
trees across the city. With the
for special trains
support of NGOs and residents
By Our Staff Reporter
it will launch a ‘free the indigThe Southern Railway will enous tree’ campaign.
operate the following special
The civic body’s officials,
trains to clear the extra pas- with the assistance of consersengers for the summer holi- vationists, had identified 40
day season:
indigenous species of trees from
Special trains from Chennai several parts of the city includEgmore to Tirunelveli (06038 ing T. Nagar and Mambalam
and 06045) will leave Egmore that have become rare among
at 8.20 p.m on May 24, 28, and others.
31 and reach Tirunelveli at 9.45
It will generate a fresh list of
a.m the next day. The vacant spaces for planting inTirunelveli-Chennai Egmore digenous trees, including open
superfast special trains space reserve, burial grounds,
Kero Sathish (moderator) lies. We also do regular pan- (06406) will leave Tirunelveli avenues, parks and governsaid that there are more than India long distance rides’, said at 6.15 p.m May 25 and June ment institutions.
125 active members in the Kero.
1 and reach Chennai Egmore
Shobha Menon of Nizhal, a
‘Jawa’ and ‘Yezdi’ bike own- at 6.05 a.m next day.
Chennai-based NGO spread‘The club conducts aware- ers wanting to become memSpecial trains (06039 and ing awareness of the imporness programs on various is- bers of the club may contact 06041) will leave Chennai, tance of green cover, said that
sues through motorbike ral- Kero at 94440 47273.
Egmore at 9.05 p.m on May 29 they will tell the public why
and reach Tirunelveli at 9.15 these trees need to be proa.m the next day. In the return tected.
direction, the special train
Scholar tree, an indigenous
(06040) will leave Tirunelveli one which has now dwindled, is
at 10.55 p.m on May 30 and used for making slate. It has
reach Chennai Egmore at medicinal properties, she
11.55 a.m the next day.
The trains will stop at
Tambaram, Chengalpattu,
Villupuram, Vridhachalam,
Tiruchi, Dindigul, Kodaikkanal
Road, Madurai, Virudhunagar,
Sattur and Kovilpatti.
The Tirunelveli-Chennai
Egmore specials will stop at
Special trains will be operated between Chennai Egmore
and Tirunelveli via the main
Siva Memorial Kabbadi 17.The 5-foot tall gold plated line on May 25 and 26. The
Club (Ashok Nagar) won in the trophy was specially designed trains 06047 and 06049 will
leave Chennai at 10.45 p.m
finals by defeating the team at a cost of Rs. 50,000.
from CSV Kancheepuram
It was presented to the win- and reach Tirunelveli at 12.30
Club in the kabbadi tourney ners by V.P. Kalairajan (T. p.m the next day. In the return
conducted jointly by Ashok Nagar MLA).
direction, the special (06048
Brothers and Siva Memorial
More than 25 teams from and 06050) will leave
Kabadi Club in Manthope various parts of Tamilnadu Tirunelveli at 6.15 p.m on May
Colony, Ashok Nagar, on May participated in the tourney.
26 and 27 and reach Chennai
Egmore at 7.20 a.m the next
day. The trains will stop at
Tambaram, Chengalpattu,
Villupuram, Tirupadiripuliyur,
Under the auspices of Sri nam, prayer and talks on the Chidambaram, MayiladuthuChandrasekharendra Saras- significance of Lord Surya in rai, Kumbakonam, Thanjavur,
wathi Trust, a special program yoga, astrology and the Vedas.
Tiruchi, Dindigul, Madurai,
on ‘Surya Namskar’ will be The devotees will be taught the
Virudhunagar, Sattur and
conducted on Sunday, May 31, right way of performing Surya
at 6.30 a.m in Ayodhya Man- namaskar for good health.
The Tirunelveli-Chennai
dapam (Arya Gowda Road,
It will be followed by Veda
specials will stop at
West Mambalam) as part of paarayanam by members of
Anusham jayanthi celebra- Sai Seva Chakra (West
Advance reservations for all
Mambalam Samithi).
the trains have commenced.
There will be Kalasa sthapaAll are welcome.
Meeting of ‘Jawa’ and ‘Yezdi’ bike
owners tomorrow
Roaring Riders (147, North
Usman Road, T. Nagar) will
hold a get-together of ‘Jawa’and
‘Yezdi’ bike owners at Besant
Nagar beach on Sunday, May
31, at 8 a.m.
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Ashok Nagar team wins
State-level kabbadi tourney
Program on ‘Surya Namaskar’
next Sunday
Saravanan (Deputy Commissioner of Police, T. Nagar District).
A member of Kainkarya
Trust said that the book will
serve as a handbook for senior
The book is available for sale
at the Trust’s office.
All are welcome.
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May 23 - 29, 2015
Private bus topples on flyover, 3 injured
By Our Staff Reporter
A private bus bearing registration number TN48 P8444
with 15 passengers on board
toppled on the flyover linking
Ekkatuthangal at 5.30 a.m on
May 21. Three passengers who
suffered injuries were admitted to a Government hospital.
According to a traffic official,
the bus toppled after the driver
lost control and hit against the
parapet wall of the flyover.
Since it was early in the morning there was not much traffic
on the road.
Since smoke was emanatThe bus was lifted with the help of a JCB and towed away to
ing from the engine side of the
bus, a fire tender was called to the road margin to ease traffic flow.
A case registered is under investigation.
douse the fumes.
A dangerous foothold
Darshanam concert
today evening
Sarvani Sangeetha Sabha
Trust (Vijayaraghavachari
Road, T. Nagar, Ph: 2815 1417)
has organised ‘Thyagaraja’s
Krishna Darshanam,’ a thematic presentation by V.L.V
Sudarshan as part of the Bard’s
jayanti, to be held on Saturday,
May 23, at 6.15 p.m at
Ragasudha Hall, Luz, Mylapore.
Paramakudi Ravindran,
Kolkata V.N. Shankar and
Vallivalam Venkataraman will
By Our Staff Reporter
accompany on vocals, C.K.
An autorickshaw driver was seen using one foot to push Patanjali on flute, R. Raghul on
another autorickshaw that had broken down, on 21 Avenue, violin, S. Vijendran on mridanAshok Nagar on May 20.
gam and D.V. Venkata
It posed a danger to both the drivers and the other vehicles Subramaniyan on ghatam.
plying on the road.
All are welcome.
Bumble Bees Play
School shifts to
new premises
By Our Staff Reporter
Bumble Bees Play School
has been shifted from 7th Avenue, Ashok Nagar to better
Ramakrishnapuram 3rd
Street (Opposite Raja shop),
West Mambalam.
The new premise has been
provided with CCTV monitoring. It has a designated activity room with smart board for
interactive learning.
It offers after school activities including Abacus, phonetics, language learning (English,
Hindi, and Tamil), handwriting, chess, keyboard, drawing
and tuitions for school students.
Admission is on for the current academic year.
It has a branch at
Lakshmanasami Salai, K.K.
Its contact numbers are
98840 10039/4353 0153.
New book by
Dr. V. S. atarajan
By Our Staff Reporter
Vanathi Publications will
release ‘Yaen Indha Idaiveli’, a
book in Tamil authored by Dr.
V. S. Natarajan (resident of Q
Block, East Anna Nagar), senior geriatrician, at 5.30 p.m
on Monday, May 18, in Vani
Mahal, G. N. Chetty Road, T.
All are welcome.
Ill maintained vacant plot in
KK Nagar 8th Sector
By Our Staff Reporter
Sri Chandrasekharendra
Saraswathi Bhaktha Jana
Trust (West Mambalam) will
celebrate Kanchi Kamakoti
Maha Periyava’s 122nd Anusha
jayanthi mahotsavam from
Wednesday, May 27, to
Sunday, June 7, in Ayodhya
Mandapam (Arya Gowda
Road, West Mambalam).
The following are the
program details till May 31:
May 27: 9 a.m: Veda Parayanam unchavriti procession
with utsava moorthy of Maha
Periyava; 10.30 a.m: Flag
hoisting followed by Go pooja
and Ganapathi homam; 6 p.m
: Upanyasam by Sirangudi
Puliyur Ramachandra Dikshithar.
May 28: 8.30 a.m: Avahanthi
homam; 6 p.m: Namasankeerthanam by Muralidhara
Bhagavathar and troupe. 7.30
p.m: 108 pots panneer abhishekam to utsava moorthy
and his padugai
May 29: 8.30 a.m: Sri Durga
Suktha homam; 7 p.m: 108
pots santhana abhishekam
followed by Namasankeerthanam
May 30: 8.30 a.m: Sri
Navagraha Homam; 7.30 p.m:
Malar abhishekam followed
by dance recital by students of
Nagai Natraj Natyalaya.
May 31: 7 a.m: Special
samashti Surya Namaskaram by Sri Sai Seva Chakra
Trust; 9 a.m: Mrityunjaya
homam; 6 p.m : Upanyasam
by Ilampirai Manimaran; 7.30
p.m: 108 pots milk abhishekam
followed by Rudhragana
Online courses by
British Council for
youngsters and
Following demand, the British Council will launch a series
of free open online courses for
youngsters and adults.
Registration is now open for
Understanding IELTS (techniques for English language
tests) and Exploring English,
language and development,
and learning and teaching.
The courses will be beneficial for global migration.
For more information, visit
Free workshop on
arts and crafts for
women and kids
recital tomorrow
Nirmala Ravi (resident of
Mettupalayam, West Mambalam) and her troupe will
recite ‘Thiruvasagam’ on
Sunday, May 24, from 9 a.m
onwards at Arulmigu Thirupurasundari Sametha Sundareswarar Temple, Brahmin
Street, Saidapet.
All are welcome.
More details can be had by
calling 99417 55111.
Maha Periyava’s
celebrations in
Mandapam from
By Our Staff Reporter
A vacant plot on 45th Street, 8th Sector, K.K. Nagar, is badly
maintained. There is an overgrowth of bushes and garbage is
being dumped in the plot. A nearby resident told Mambalam
Times that at times miscreants use the cover of the overgrowth
for drinking.
Siksha Creatives (23, Sai
Towers, Krishnamoorthy
Street, West Mambalam) will
conduct a free 3-day workshop
on arts and crafts for women
and children from May 24 to 26
in Pandiyan Mini Hall (Station
Road, West Mambalam).
The workshop will include
painting, craft and embroidery.
For registration, contact
Siksha at 99405 27658 /
78712 43482.
May 23 - 29, 2015
Sri Sitaram Vidyalaya School
K. Ananya (497)
K. Deepikhaa (495)
Jagadeeswari (491)
RKM Sarada School
Ungalukkaga Trust celebrates
anniversary by honouring school toppers
and helping disabled persons
J. Aishwarya (492)
Sri Ahobila Math Oriental School
By Our Staff Reporter
V. Rubini (494)
M. Nagajoythi (493)
R. Abishega (492)
J. Mohammed
Riyaz (492)
Jaigopal Garodia School
Ungalukkaga Charitable
Trust (1, Vijayaraghava Road,
T. Nagar) distributed aids like
walking sticks and callipers
to physically challenged persons and gold medals to two
school toppers from neighbourhood schools during its
third anniversary celebration held at Andhra Club, T.
The aids and the medals
were handed over by K. Rosaiah
(Tamilnadu Governor).
The medals were awarded to
S. Gayathri (Ahobila Math
Oriental School, West Mam-
balam) for securing 1190/1200
marks in Std. 12 board examination and to D. Angel (student of Governments Girls
Higher Secondary School,
Ashok Nagar) for being district first among the government schools by scoring 1172
All Std. 10 students of School for Deaf
pass exam
By Our Staff Reporter
This is the first time that the
Education Department, has
released the names of the State
toppers studying in schools for
special children with disability
and other issues in the Std. 10
M.S. Aathira (495)
R. Karthik (493)
K. Yamini (491)
board examination.
M. Jesintha Rosalind (Headmistress, Little Flower Convent Higher Secondary School
for the Deaf) said that the
K. Gopika and M. Swetha,
special schools had made restudents of Government Girls
peated appeals to the State
Higher Secondary School,
Government to release the
Ashok Nagar, secured the Disnames of the toppers amoung
trict 1 rank amoung the stuspecial schools to encourage
dents studying in government
and motive them to study furrun schools by scoring 492/500
in the Std. 10 board exam, the
Jesintha said that all the 24
results of which were declared
of her school who took
on May 20.
K. Gopika
M. Swetha
A. Abinaya
the board exam passed it with
A. Abinaya of the same
479 of the 485 students of the school who took the exam good marks.
school came third by scoring
489 marks.
Govt. Girls School (Ashok Nagar)
students excel in Std. 10 board exam
LPG delivery man modifies moped
as tricycle
By Our Staff Reporter
S. Babu, a LPG cylinder delivery man, has
modified a moped to be a
tricycle to deliver LPG
He was spotted by the
reporter on 21st Avenue,
Ashok Nagar, on May
He said that earlier,
when he was riding a
manually driven tricycle, he could only load
a limited number of cylinders. He said that it
also needed much effort
and caused hardship
and ill health during
Babu said that he was
inspired to modify the
moped as a tricycle after he saw a similar one
driven by an ice-cream
The toppers are S. Priya
(357/400), Y. Pavithra (355)
and S. Saranaya (346). None
of the students attended any
special tuition after school, she
Teachers teach them with
lip movement and using practical examples.
The medium of education till
Std. 12 is Tamil, she said.
Secures State 3rd rank in Std. 10
board exam
By Our Staff Reporter
K. N. Shree Lakshmi, a student of Sitaram Vidyalaya
Matriculation School, West
Mambalam, secured the State
3rd rank by scoring 497/500 in
the Std. 10 board examination,
the results of which were declared on May 20.
Her subject-wise marks are
100/100 in maths, science and
social science, 98 in Tamil and
99 in English.
Talk on ‘Thiru
Arutpa’ on Tuesday
vendor. He then approached a motor mechanic in Vadapani who
removed the handle bar of the moped and fabricated it as a tricycle.
“Now I am able to take three times the load, which has not only
speeded up delivery but has also reduced physical exertion. I have
been working for a LPG agency in Kodambak-kam for the past 15
years,” he added.
Under the auspicious of
Vallalar Sanmarga Sangam
(V.O.C Street, MGR Nagar, Ph:
94453 43706), S. Rajeswari
will give a discourse on ‘Thiru
Arutpa – Jeevakaarunya
Ozhukkam’ on Tuesday, May
26, at 6 p.m in Sakthi
Vinayagar Temple (P.T. Rajan
Salai, K.K. Nagar).
All are welcome.
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School toppers who scored 490 marks
& above in State Board Std.10
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(upto 30 words); Bold letters: Rs. 600 Display: Rs. 240 per column centimeter. Advertisements will be received
upto 1 p.m on Friday.
J A T H A G A ,
Vaasthu, Nameology
expert “Jyothisha
Rathna” Srimathi V.
Akilandeswari, M.A.
M.Phil. D.I.A. Specialist in Palmistry,
Astrology, Nameology, Numerology,
Marriage matching,
Vaasthu and Sarvamuhurtha Nirnayam.
Sri Raja Rajeswari
Jathagalaya, No. 1,
Kavarai Street, Vijay
Shanti Apartment,
West Mambalam, Ph:
94441 51597, 94449
97942, 94449 97946.
marriage (A to Z),
small functions,
grahapravesam and
birthday functions.
Contact: Mahalakshmi
Services (West Mambalam), Ph: 95516
15465, 91763 49027.
Service (West Mambalam).
We undertake catering for
marriage, seemantham,
nichayathartham, ayushyahomam, upanayanam,
grahapravesam, sashtiapthapoorthi, sathabishegam
and birthday functions.
Quality maintained. Ph:
93805 36735, 93823 51712.
WE undertake catering for
birthdays, engagements,
grahapravesams, seemanthams, ayushyahomam,
sathaabishekam, shashtiapthapurthi & marriage (A to Z),
meals, tiffin minimum 50.
Contact: K. Murali, Ph: 99416
catering for marriage (A to
Z), Upanayanam, Ayushomam, Seemantham,
Nichyatharttam, Birthday,
Sasthiapthapoorthi etc., we
serve more than 16 items,
price Rs. 200, tiffin Rs. 100
(including service). Venkatachari. Ph: 98841 10890.
vegetarian foods at your
doorstep. Packed breakfast
– Rs. 60, meals – Rs. 70,
dinner – Rs. 60, book your
food 1 day in advance, orders
invited for functions &
corporates. Ph: 4350 4211,
98405 44430, 99400 20404.
SREE Balaji Civil Work:
We construct new buildings
and also do alteration,
plumbing, bore-well and
bathroom/terrace leakage,
electrical/painting works. Ph:
99629 87372, 93821 76187.
HINDI classes are
conducted for all boards and
Prachar Sabha exams in T.
Nagar, near TTD. Crash
course for spoken Hindi. Ph:
74188 24950.
SADHANA Coaching Centre (Estd.
Subbiah School T.
Nagar. Classes for
std. 9, 10, +1, +2 (all
boards & subjects),
Chemistry, Business
Maths, Accountancy,
Computer Science,
English & French,
Hindi. Ph: 94440
59108, 98400 52853,
94440 20232, 2434
Service: We arrange
vegetarian / non-vegetarian /
Brahmin cooks, house maids,
patient / baby care takers
(male / female). Ph: 95511
86707, 98409 08429.
THINK of Brahmin
alliance? Think of us.
Chennai Sai Sankara
Matrimonials, 7 (15/
2), 9th Avenue, Ashok
Nagar. Ph: 2471 6920,
98403 30531. Web:
Astro services, latest
Thank you for making us No. 1. –
URGENTLY wanted male
/ female models, children for
Ad films, serials, cinema,
short film, acting class
portfolio and news readers,
compere for TV channels.
Lemannequin modeling
company. Sangeetha Balan,
Casting Director, Since 1998.
Ph: 99414 81483, 97899
80573, 4261 6787.
CARNATIC vocal and
veena classes are conducted
in West Mambalam. Ph:
94448 36570.
TRINITY Music Point –
Piano, keyboard, guitar.
Trinity grade exams, theory
& practical (Western &
carnatic) all days except
Monday. No. 21/15, Bharathi
Street (behind Ayodhya ManCRASH course upto Std. dapam), West Mambalam.
12, B.E, MBBS, BDS, UG, Ph: 99403 15101, 97911
PG, IIT-JEE, NEET, 66297, 4266 8646.
HOME Tuition No.1,
Spoken English, Hindi, Keyboard, guitar, drums,
French, German. MBBS Western, Carnatic vocal, we
Papers: Human Anatomy, prepare students for Trinity
Physiology, Bio-Chemistry, exam (practical & theory), 8
Pathology, ENT, Ophthalm- grade, monthly 8 classes,
ology, OG, General Medicine, 100% genuine, 27 years
Surgery Orthod-ontics, music teaching experience.
Prosthodontics, Pedodontics Isaikalaimani Jagadesand all. SVT Rengammal waram. Ph: 88071 13535,
Academy. Ph: 98403 24260, 98845 49425.
99623 19638
HINDI tuitions taken for
Std. 1 to 10 by an experienced
retired CBSE teacher and
also English grammar classes Annamalaiyar Packers &
for Std 1 to 8. Ph: 97100 Movers for shifting of
household, office, industrial
CHEMISTRY classes for articles, Chennai city and
Std. 10, 11 & 12, classes in other districts. Anywhere in
Rangarajapuram by an IITian. India. 24 hours service. Safe,
Ph: 94443 90085, 94980 0% damage. Ph: 91765
33740, 2483 1158.
85154, 98406 40522.
Packers & Movers for
shifting in local
within Chennai Rs.
3300, insurance free.
Chennai, Hyderabad,
Bangalore, Pune,
Mumbai, New Delhi,
all over India. 0%
damage. Ph: 98400
47501, 4263 9387,
[email protected]
Packers & Movers for
Insurance free, door
to door. Chennai,
Mumbai, Pune, Delhi,
Hyderabad, Kerala,
Bangalore and all
over India. Just dial
and relax. Ph: 98410
44422, 93831 44422,
3251 4422. Email:
svlpackers&[email protected]
Website: svlpackers
Thangam Packers &
Movers for shifting
household, local
Chennai city, full
truck, mini truck,
sharing load. Doorto-door Tamil Nadu,
H y d e r a b a d ,
Bangalore, Pune,
Mumbai, New Delhi,
all over India. Safe,
0% damage, reliable
reasonable charge.
Ph: 4212 0864, 2441
4055, 98412 22437.
SRI Balaji Packers
& Movers, since1999, local – Rs. 4000
to Rs. 5000, shifting
of household items,
Chennai city, Tamil
Pradesh, Kerala,
Karnataka, all over
India, sharing, full
load, door to door,
reliable professional
works. Ph: 99412
17069, 98411 59460.
KVT packers & movers,
household items, office things
shifting, machineries moving,
door to door, all over India.
Ph: 98402 60307.
RETIRED bank employee,
graduate with knowledge of
computer basics, seeks
suitable job, salary expected
Rs. 15000 (negotiable). Ph:
98408 98300.
WANTED young lady
assistants and teacher (+2 /
graduate), with fluency in
English for a play school. Also
teachers for drawing and
painting, chess, vocal,
keyboard, computer, Western dance. Ayahs also. Ph:
2434 7669, 98846 86933.
WANTED centre head,
evening day care teachers
and evening manager for
premium pre-school. Ph:
98409 90499.
REQURIED sales coordinator with computer
knowledge and communication skill, any degree for a
leading Lubricant Manufacturer. Walk-in: 25th May
2015 from 10 a.m to 1 p.m.
Venue: Flat No. 2, Race View
Apartment, Five Furlong
Road, Guindy. Ph: 98411
Email: [email protected] Web:
WANTED Brahmin
cook in T. Nagar. Ph:
99402 25533.
REQUIRED sales person
with minimum 2 years
experience for a new
showroom in 42-44, Brindavan Street Extension, West
Mambalam, near Ashok
Nagar Police Station, dealing
in stainless steels, modular
kitchen, water tanks,
handrails, staircases, furniture etc. Walk-in-interview on
Sunday, 24 th May 2015
between 11 a.m & 3 p.m. Ph:
98408 13597, 2480 1120.
ANY old type of sofas,
cushions repairing & reconditioning at very moderate
charges. Contact: K.N.S.
Rajan, New No. 58, Peters
Road, Royapettah. Ph: 93818
03956, 76671 33233.
(1) MAY 24 – 28: Mattapalli, Vadapally, Bhadrachalam, Vedadri, Kethavaram & Mangalagiri. (2) Aug. 9
– 15: Pandian Nadu. (3) Aug.
30 – Sept. 12: Badrinath
Yatra. (4) Sept. 18 – 29:
Pancha Dwarka. (5) Oct. 23
– Nov. 6: Muktinath Yatra.
Vaidehi Parthasarathy, Ph:
94447 62968, 94447 54468,
99401 47313.
English classes
in Govt. Girls
A. Anitha, Chief
Educational Officer,
Chennai District, presented certificates to
students who attended free spoken
English classes conducted at the Government Girls High
School, T. Nagar, recently. The session
was conducted by L.
former Chief Educational Officer.
About sixty participants were taught the
essentials of grammar. On the occasion,
the school principal
Padma said admissions were on for girls
from Std. 6 to 12. The
school provides breakfast, lunch and
evening snacks to the
Textbooks, notebooks and stationery
items are also provided free. Free spoken English classes
are held after school
hours along with yoga,
computer and tailoring classes. For details, call 2434 6070.
May 23 - 29, 2015
Install speed breakers for safety of pedestrians on
Baroda Street
Sir, I have been residing on Baroda Street (West Mambalam) for
the past two decades. The predominantly residential street has
become a major thoroughfare for vehicle going towards Railway
Border Road. The drivers go at break neck speed and hardly ever stop
for pedestrians to cross. Senior citizens find it difficult and unsafe
especially during peak hours. There is also a school in the vicinity and
the children are also at risk of meeting with accidents. My vehicle has
been hit twice and I have seen quite a few accidents at the junction
of Baroda Street and Railway Border Road. Speed breakers need to
be installed at the road’s intersections to slow down the drivers. –
T.A.P Krishnan, Baroda Street, West Mambalam
Beggar and vendor menace on Ashok Nagar 53rd Street
Sir, Anyone passing through Ashok Nagar can feast their eyes on
the majestic and beautifully decorated Anjaneyar statue situated on
53rd Street. The street is narrow and on weekends and festival days
a large number of devotees offer their prayers to the deity. Of late a
number of vendors and beggars have started to encroach on the street
near the site of the statue causing hardship to the devotees and the
nearby residents. The beggars hassle the devotees and also often
quarrel between themselves creating a nuisance. I request the police
to visit the location to assess the problem and stop the vendor
encroachment and the beggar menace so that the devotees can pray
to the Lord at peace.—Dr. K.R. Chidambara Kumarasamy, 53rd
Street, Ashok Nagar
Appeal to reroute mofussil buses via Vadapalani /
Ashok Nagar
Sir, Till 2010 moffusil buses were plying from Koyambedu to their
destinations via Vadapalani / Ashok Nagar and Kathipara junction.
Later, due to the Metro Rail project, the buses were routed via
Poonamallee High Road. But now most of the major Metro Rail work
has gotten over and the services are likely to begin soon. However the
mofussil bus services continue to be routed via Poonamallee High
Road. I request the authorities to reroute the buses via the old route
of Vadapalani / Ashok Nagar and Kathipara for the benefit of the
commuters.—R. Doraisamy, 12th Avenue, Ashok Nagar
Thyagaraja’s Krishna Darshanam
concert today evening
Sarvani Sangeetha Sabha Trust (Vijayaraghavachari Road, T.
Nagar, Ph: 2815 1417) has organised ‘Thyagaraja’s Krishna
Darshanam,’ a thematic presentation by V.L.V Sudarshan as part of
the Bard’s jayanti, to be held on Saturday, May 23, at 6.15 p.m at
Ragasudha Hall, Luz, Mylapore.
Paramakudi Ravindran, Kolkata V.N. Shankar and Vallivalam
Venkataraman will accompany on vocals, C.K. Patanjali on flute, R.
Raghul on violin, S. Vijendran on mridangam and D.V. Venkata
Subramaniyan on ghatam. All are welcome.
Free Android app provides info on
local bus and train routes
With an aim to reduce the waiting time of passengers at bus stops
and train stations, a team at IIT Madras has developed an Android
application called ‘Raft’ which provides up-to-date information about
routes and time tables of Chennai MTC buses and suburban trains
The team has collected information on all the bus and suburban
train routes from the concerned authorities which can be accessed by
downloading the free ‘Raft’ application from Google Store
Since the data is stored on a server, the user needs to have a WiFi or 3G connection to access the data through the app.
Team member Siddharth said that the app has the following
- Simple user interface to get all possible permutations of route
numbers with time between two places.
- Lean on resources and does not consume much data or battery.
- Database of over 6000 bus stops and 1500 bus routes
He said that when
MTC changed 50 route MAMBALAM TIMES
numbers in February,
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Classified Advertisements under the heads Accommodation Required, Old Age Home, Marriage hall, Mini Hall, Real Estate Buying & Selling) and Rental will be published
on this page. The charges are Rs. 500 (upto 30 words); Bold Rs. 750. Ashok Nagar - K.K. Nagar & Mambalam- T.Nagar Editions. Display: Rs. 240 per col. centimeter.
Each advertisement of Real Estate and Rental must relate to only one house / flat. Full Address with Door Number is must for Rental advertisement.
Advertisement will be received upto 1.00 p.m on Friday.
67, Moorthy Street, near Ram
Samaj, 1 room, bathroom,
toilet, 250 sq.ft, fully furnished,
bachelors accommodation,
rent Rs. 4000. Ph: 98842
Mahadevan Street (State
Bank Building), 2 Halls –
Kamakshi Mini Hall A/c (100
guests), Kamakshi Hall A/c
(200 guests). Ph: 4351 2233,
4351 2556, 99404 54545,
T. NAGAR, Sri Malola Mini
Hall, New No. 174, Habibullah
Road, near Kodambakkam
Railway Station, available for
small functions, with A/c. Ph:
2814 3406, 92831 12153,
89393 37313, 89391 43014.
Aziz Nagar, near Raghavendra Kalyana Mandapam, 2
bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 750
sq.ft, ground floor, semi
furnished, 2-wheeler parking,
7 years old. Ph: 98400 55767,
98844 25479.
Subramanian Nagar, near Five
Lights, 3 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, 1250 sq.ft, UDS 650
sq.ft, 3rd floor, lift, car park,
price Rs. 1.15 crores. Ph:
90801 64510.
T. NAGAR, Appasamy
Towers, Pondy Bazaar,
Thyagaraya Road, deluxe 2
bedrooms, 5th floor flat, lift, all
amenities / interiors, car park,
A/c, power backup, price Rs.
1.25 crores, no brokers. Ph:
98410 77411, 99406 26336.
Balakrishna Street, 2
bedrooms, 600 sq.ft, UDS
350 sq.ft, 1st floor, 9 years old,
West facing, open car parking,
price Rs. 52 lakhs (negotiable).
Ph: 98407 04053.
Avenue, single bedroom, 600
sq.ft, 1st floor, lift, new flat, car
park, possession from June
2015. Ph: 98403 41194.
Avenue, 3 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, 3rd floor, lift, covered
car park, new flat, tiles, North
facing, generator, power backup, full security, rate Rs.
12000 per sq.ft. Satish. Ph:
95513 28853, 90439 40898.
Annamalai Nagar, near
Mettupalayam Market, 4500
sq.ft, land with house, car
park, price Rs. 4.30 crores.
Ph: 73582 36858.
Nagar, near 12th Avenue, 1100
sq.ft, corner old house, price
Rs. 1.15 crores (negotiable),
loan eligible. Ph: 73582 36858.
T. NAGAR, Madley Road,
single bedroom, 350 sq.ft, old
apartment, price Rs. 28 lakhs
(negotiable), vacant premises,
immediate sale, no brokers.
Ph: 90928 00064.
Patel Street, near T. Nagar
Bus Terminus, 2 bedrooms,
hall, kitchen, 865 sq.ft, 1st
floor, attached bathroom, 2wheeler parking, 5 years old,
rate Rs. 8500 (negotiable).
D&D. Ph: 90427 72352, 81489
View Road, near Manirajam
Kalyana Mandapam, 2 bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 980 sq.ft,
new building, only 4 flats, lift,
car park, rate Rs. 13000 per
sq.ft (negotiable), no brokers
charge. Contact: K. R.
Muruga. Ph: 74182 31314.
14-C, Srinivasa Iyengar 1st
Street, 2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, 600 sq.ft, 1st floor, car
park, rent Rs. 8000 (negotiable), vegetarian family /
bachelors, no brokers. Ph:
93805 56756.
T. NAGAR, No. 64, Arunodaya Apartment, Madley 2nd
Street, 2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, 1000 sq.ft, 1st floor,
semi furnished, A/c, car park,
rent Rs. 18000 (negotiable),
Brahmins / vegetarians only.
Ph: 96001 38307.
4/12, Postal Colony Cross
Street, single bedroom, hall,
kitchen, independent 2nd floor
portion, 2-wheeler parking, EB
as per meter, suitable for small
Brahmin family only, no
brokers. Ph: 94449 26225.
T. NAGAR, No. 37,
Akshaya Apartment, Flat No.
F-4, Venkatesan Street, 3
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1st
floor, car park, rent Rs. 27000,
maintenance Rs. 2000,
advance Rs. 3 lakhs or lease
Rs. 30 lakhs, immediate
occupation. Ph: 98403 83000.
K. K. NAGAR, No. 50, 15th
Sector, near 100 Feet Road,
2 bedrooms, hall, kitchen,
woodwork, furnished, rent Rs.
15000, Brahmins only. Ph:
94440 88272.
No. 7, New No. 13, Sambangi
Street, near Kittu Park, 2
bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 1000
sq.ft, ground floor apartment,
covered car park (suitable for
big vehicle), 24 hours water &
security, semi furnished
house, fan & geyser fittings,
rent Rs. 15000. Ph: 90878
24, Postal Colony 3rd Street,
2 bedrooms, hall, kitchen,
dining, 1400 sq.ft, individual
house, portico, car park, rent
Rs. 25000, Brahmins only.
Contact: Appu. Ph: 98414
No. 53, Old No. 46,
Palayakara Street, near
Ashok Nagar 1st Main Road,
spacious 2 bedrooms, hall cum
dining, 1000 sq.ft, 3 balconies,
automatic lift, brand new super
deluxe ultra model flat,
attached bathroom, covered
car park, 24 hours water. Ph:
87545 78694, 93813 55544.
K. K. NAGAR, No.
187, SV Lingam Salai,
near Nagathamman
Koil, 2 bedrooms,
hall, kitchen, 960
sq.ft, 3rd floor, lift,
furnished, open car
park, vegetarians
only, no brokers. Ph:
98407 59284.
SAIDAPET, No. 11/1,
Subway Road, Kaveri Nagar,
near C.I.T. Nagar, 2 bedrooms,
hall, kitchen, 2-wheeler
parking, 24 hours water,
residential / office, rent Rs.
10000. Ph: 95662 72798.
33, Jai Gopal Apartment, Arya
Gowda Road, 2 bedrooms,
hall, kitchen, 1000 sq.ft,
ground floor flat, rent Rs.
18000. Ph: 90033 44778, 2370
2/3, Srinivasa Iyer Street, 3
bedrooms flat, hall, kitchen,
dining, 1400 sq.ft, covered
car park, rent Rs. 26000,
Brahmins only, no brokers.
Ph: 94447 93772, 2489 6599.
10th Avenue, 2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, dining, 1000 sq.ft, 1st
floor, lift, open car park, good
water, woodwork, 3 sides
ventilation, prime location, rent
Rs. 19000, vegetarians only.
Ph: 98404 90801.
K. K. NAGAR, AP31, New No. 26, 5th
Street, 1st Sector, 2
bedrooms, hall, kitchen, ground floor,
24 hours water, 2wheeler parking,
rent Rs. 12000. Ph:
98408 49467.
16/13, Vinayagam Street, 3
bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 1000
sq.ft, independent 1st floor,
attached bathroom, verandah,
2-wheeler parking, rent Rs.
16000, Brahmins only, no
brokers. Ph: 2489 8222, 99401
K. K. NAGAR, No. 1, R.
K. Flats, Jeevanandam
Street, very close to Pondichery Govt. Guest House, 1
bedroom, hall, kitchen, 1st
floor, vegetarians only, no
brokers. Ph: 99629 33972.
MAMBALAM, No. 37/13,
Chakrapani Street
Extension, 2 bedrooms, hall, kitchen,
650 sq.ft, 1st floor, 3
phase, 2-wheeler
parking, rent Rs.
13500, Brahmins
only, no brokers. Ph:
99415 62978.
14, Devan Colony, Muthalamman Koil Street Extension,
2 bedrooms, 1200 sq.ft,
independent ground floor, 3
phase, 2-wheeler parking, rent
Rs. 15000 (negotiable),
advance 6 months, vegetarians only. Ph: 94446 86725.
66, 7th Avenue, 3 bedrooms,
hall, modular kitchen, 1200
sq.ft, ground floor, furnished,
reserved car park, rent Rs.
30000, Brahmins only, no
brokers, inspection on 23rd &
24th May. Ph: 099006 33332,
97890 88086.
No. 17, Ganapathy Street, 3
bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 1200
sq.ft, 1st floor, lift, covered car
park, rent Rs. 25000
(negotiable), Brahmins/
vegetarians only. Contact:
Venkat. Ph: 94440 22076.
27, New No. 53, 4th Avenue,
near Jawahar Vidyalaya, 2
bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 1000
sq.ft, car park, rent Rs. 15000,
no brokers. Ph: 73053 44555.
4/7, 5th Street, K. V. Colony,
2 bedrooms, spacious hall,
kitchen, pooja room, ground
floor, Brahmins only, no
T. NAGAR, No. 42/15, brokers. Ph: 94451 68775.
Motilal Street, 2 bedrooms,
hall, kitchen, 2nd floor, no lift,
newly renovated, 2-wheeler
parking, rent Rs. 14200,
advance 6 months, vegetarians only. Ph: 81481 29070.
T. NAGAR, No. 27,
Appasamy Towers, Pondy
Bazaar, Thyagaraya Road,
deluxe 2 bedrooms, 5th floor
flat, lift, all amenities / interiors,
car park, A/c, rent Rs. 26000,
Brahmins / vegetarians only,
no brokers. Ph: 98410 77411, 26/48, Subramani Street, side
99406 26336.
portion, 2-wheeler parking, rent
WEST MAMBALAM, No. Rs. 7500, advance Rs. 40000,
7/4, Krishnamoorthy Street, Brahmins only, maximum 3
2 bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 700 persons, occupation from July
sq.ft, independent 1st floor 1st. Ph: 97898 15972.
house, 2-wheeler parking,
Brahmins only, no brokers.
No. 7, Postal Colony 2 nd
Ph: 2471 4846.
WEST MAMBALAM, No. Street, 2 bedrooms, hall,
1000 sq.ft,
21, Brindavan Street, near dining, pooja room,
Arya Gowda Road, 2 independent 1 floor house,
bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 1st woodwork, covered car park,
floor apartment, attached rent Rs. 20000, advance 6
bathroom, tiled flooring, rent months, Brahmins only, no
Rs. 12000, advance 6 months, brokers. Ph: 87545 71038.
family or bachelors. Ph: 2433
3477, 98411 93685.
25/12, Narangi Flats, Giri
T. NAGAR, No. 19, South Street, 1 bedroom, hall,
West Boag Road, 1800 sq.ft, kitchen, 550 sq.ft, 2nd floor, no
brand new, 3 bedrooms, hall, lift, 2-wheeler parking, rent
kitchen, ground floor, car park,
vegetarians only, for corporate Rs. 9000, vegetarians only,
employees, no brokers. Ph: no brokers. Ph: 098192
98843 63748.
11, Jai Shankar Street, 2
bedrooms, modular kitchen,
650 sq.ft, 1st floor, new flat,
furnished, rent Rs. 16000. Ph:
94448 12343.
New No. 20, Dr.
Subbaraya Nagar 4th
Street, near Samiyar Madam, 2 bedrooms, hall, kitchen,
750 sq.ft, 1st floor, 2wheeler parking,
rent Rs. 14000
(negotiable). Ph:
93817 23261.
GUINDY, No. 6, R.V.
Colony, close to Railway
Station, 2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, ground floor, car park,
good water, rent Rs. 11000,
Brahmins only. Ph: 99403
64636, 2226 0397.
No. 42, New No. 22, G. K.
Illam, B.R.P. 1st Street, 2
bedrooms, hall, kitchen,
around 1000 sq.ft, 1st floor, 2wheeler park, rent Rs. 16000,
small Brahmin family only, no
brokers. Ph: 94440 11817.
T. NAGAR, No. 18,
Yogambal Street, 1 bedroom,
hall, kitchen, ground floor, rent
Rs. 7000, vegetarians only,
family / bachelors. Ph: 2815
8172, 87544 66006.
Nambiar Lane, 2 bedrooms,
hall, kitchen, 1350 sq,ft,
marble flooring, fully furnished,
1 A/c, 2-wheeler parking,
vegetarians only, occupation
from June 1st. Ph: 80155 00446.
492, Mambakkam Road, 3
bedrooms flat, hall, kitchen,
lift, 2 car parks, full woodwork,
gym, play area, gated, CCTV,
rent Rs. 14000, vegetarian
family only, no brokers. Ph:
99624 28935.
C.I.T. NAGAR (West), No.
13/4, 2nd Cross Street, near
Nandhi Statue, 2 bedrooms
flat, hall, kitchen, 950 sq.ft,
lift, covered car park, rent Rs.
25000 + maintenance, occupation from July. 90030 77547.
No. 33, Dyanamic
Flat “C”, Parangusapuram Street, 2
kitchen, 655 sq.ft,
ground floor, 2 bathrooms, 4 ceiling fans,
rent Rs. 17000
(nego.). Contact:
Owner. Ph: 098107
79935, 098718 73727.
No. 90, New No. 199,
Subramanya Apartment, Flat
No. A-1, Lake View Road,
near Bharathiram Kalyana
Mandapam, 2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, 1000 sq.ft, 1st floor,
lift, open car park, Brahmins
only. Ph: 077740 60752,
97654 56344.
18th Avenue, 2 bedrooms, hall,
modular kitchen, 1125 sq.ft,
lift, semi furnished flat, A/c,
covered car park, rent Rs.
25000 (negotiable). Ph: 94450
184/26, Ragamalika Flats, Flat
No. A-7, Lake View Road, 2
bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 2nd
floor, furnished flat, no lift &
car park, Brahmins only, no
brokers. Ph: 99402 11510.
36, Rangarajapuram Main
Road, double bedrooms, pooja
room, ground floor flat, lift, car
park, fitting, rent Rs. 16000,
advance 5 months, pure
vegetarians, immediate
occupation. Contact: Mohan.
Ph: 98407 27065.
35-B, Vivekanandapuram
Street, 2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, 850 sq.ft, 1st floor flat,
1 Indian toilet only, woodwork,
metor/bore water, road side
car park, rent Rs. 14000,
Brahmins only. Ph: 98407
42/28, Chakrapani Street, near
Five Lights, 2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, 3 rd floor, no lift,
balcony, service area, car
park, rent Rs. 14000 (negotiable), vegetarians only. Ph:
98846 96090, 94431 44437.
11/6, Appasamy Street, near
Kalibari Temple, 2 bedrooms,
hall, kitchen, 820 sq.ft, ground
floor, no car park, rent Rs.
15000, Brahmins only, occupation from 1st June. Ph: 94454
T. NAGAR, No. 12, Gandhi
Street, near Panagal Park &
Krishna Gana Sabha, 3
bedrooms, lift, covered car
park, good location, generator,
excellent flat, rent Rs. 30000
(negotiable), Brahmins /
vegetarians. Contact: Balaji.
Ph: 98847 39497.
T. NAGAR, No. 11-E,
Sarathy Street, off. Habibullah
Road, 2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, 2nd floor flat, no lift, A/
c, geyser, rent Rs. 17000, no
brokers, inspection from 6 p.m
to 7 p.m. Ph: 94449 59618.
2, Kuppiah Street, near Lake
View Road, 2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, ground floor flat, East
facing, 2-wheeler parking, rent
Rs. 13500 + maintenance.
Ph: 93809 17618.
1, Golden Nest
Apartment, 2nd Main
Road, 2 bedrooms,
hall, kitchen, 850
sq.ft, lift, open car
park, fully furnished.
Ph: 98407 00676,
98400 31517, 97909
5, Velan Homes, Flat No. 4,
Nagathamman Koil Street
Extension, LIC Colony, 2
bedrooms, 650 sq.ft, 1st floor,
open car park, Brahmins only.
Ph: 77085 18730.
70, Brindavan Street
Extension, 2 bedrooms, 850
sq.ft, new ground floor house,
covered car park, rent Rs.
18000, vegetarians only. Ph:
072595 86473, 096865 68416.
T. NAGAR, No. 18/
45, New Boag Road,
2 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, balcony, 700
sq.ft, 3rd floor, 2 A/
cs, 1 attached toilet,
separate water tank,
2-wheeler parking,
24 hours security,
rent Rs. 12000. Ph:
91764 76145.
24/60, Thambiah Road, 1
bedroom, hall, kitchen, 300
sq.ft, ground floor, attached
Western toilet, no car park,
rent Rs. 7000, suitable for
small vegetarian family / aged
person / bachelors / stockist.
Ph: 98409 54051.
9th Avenue, 3 bedrooms, hall,
kitchen, 1500 sq.ft, individual
ground floor house, North
phase, tiles, full ventilation,
covered car park, security,
rent Rs. 35000. Mani. Ph:
95513 28853, 80560 52211.
2, Appasamy Street, 1
bedroom, hall, kitchen, 800
sq.ft, rent Rs. 12000. Contact:
Ramesh. Ph: 98847 81912.
72nd Street, R. V. Nagar, 2
bedrooms, hall, kitchen, 900
sq.ft, 2nd floor, no lift, covered
car park, 24 hours water, rent
Rs. 12000. Ramesh. Ph:
96772 11146, 74016 47771.
MAMBALAM, New No. 15/
6, Sunil Flats, Ramakrishnapuram 2 nd
Street, 2 bedrooms,
hall, kitchen, 700
sq.ft, 1st floor, rent
Rs. 16000 (nego.), 2wheeler parking,
advance Rs. 1 lakh,
Brahmins only. Ph:
98844 68770, 99625
11/6, Ganapathy Illam, Rajaji
Street, 1 bedroom, hall,
kitchen, Western toilet, small
portion, back side, 24 hours
water, rent Rs. 6500. Ph:
92831 80834, 2370 0834.
37/1, Chakrapani Street
Extension, double bedrooms,
ground floor, 2-wheeler
parking, rent Rs. 13000,
Brahmins only. Ph: 93810
07596, 94980 38312.
No. 31, Reddykuppam Road,
near Aranganathan Subway,
1 bedroom, hall, kitchen, 490
sq.ft, 2nd floor, Brahmins
preferred, no brokers, visit on
Saturday & Sunday from 10
a.m. Ph: 94980 38289, 93822
Green Town Apartment, Flat No. C-2,
Road, near Srinivasa
Theatre, 3 bedrooms, hall, kitchen,
1200 sq.ft, 2-wheeler
& car parking, rent
Rs. 30000 + maintenance, Brahmins /
vegetarians. Ph:
99623 19910.
34/24, Postal Colony, 2
bedrooms, 1200 sq.ft, 1st floor,
lift, covered car park, rent Rs.
24000. Contact: Ramesh. Ph:
98847 81912.
28/2, Aziz Nagar 2nd Street, 2
bedrooms, 600 sq.ft, 1st floor,
rent Rs. 11000. Contact:
Ramesh. Ph: 98847 81912.
T. NAGAR, No. 23,
Duraisamy Road, spacious 2
bedrooms flat, hall, kitchen,
1200 sq.ft, lift, good water
supply, car park. Dr. Venkatesan. Ph: 96000 10696.
T.NAGAR, No. 25/33,
Vijaya Raghava Road, near
Vani Mahal, 2 bedroom, hall,
kitchen, dining, 1300 sq.ft, 1st
floor, attached bathroom,
woodwork, car park, family /
office/ bachelors. Contact:
Vimal. Ph: 94441 16320.
40/34, Janakiram Street, 2
bedrooms, hall, kitchen,
ground floor, bath, 2 toilets,
EB, 24 hours water, 2-wheeler
parking, individual overhead
tank, rent Rs. 13000, family /
bachelors. Ph: 2481 9956,
94448 11312.
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S. Vijayalakshmi (resident of D
5, 240 LIG Flats, 7th Avenue, Ashok
Nagar) conducts Mehendi,
jewellery, quilling, embroidery,
drawing and painting classes for
women and children in her premises. Her contact number is 2371
Secures State 1st rank in Kannanda in
Std. 10 exam Shreya was also the school
By Our Staff Reporter
Shreya Bhat (student of
Karnataka Sangha Higher
Secondary School, Habibullah
Road, T. Nagar) secured the
State 1st rank in Kannada subject in the Std. 10 Board exam
by securing 99/100 and the
highest total of 491/500
amoung the students who took
Kannada as 2nd language.
The results were declared on
May 20.
ence and Social Science, 99 in
She scored 100/100 in Sci- Maths and 93 in English.
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Conducts regular
classes on arts and crafts
May 23 - 29, 2015