Archive for the People Category

May 20, 2017

Kids try an experiment to learn value of money

Kids try an experiment to learn value of money

Nakshathra and Vanya are residents of Raheja Towers in MRC Nagar. This week, they are running a lemonade stand to learn the value of money. ‘It was their idea. The children gave us a list of items they need, drew […]

May 19, 2017

Thirumalai Krishnakumar: Mylaporean is head of Coca Cola India

Thirumalai Krishnakumar: Mylaporean is head of Coca Cola India

Thirumalai Krishnakumar, popularly known as KK, has been appointed the President of Coca-Cola India and South West Asia, effective May 2017. Prior to this appointment, he served as the CEO and South West Asia Regional Director of Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Limited. […]

May 18, 2017

Mylapore duo complete 75 hour randonneuring event

Mylapore duo complete 75 hour randonneuring event

Srinivasan Ezhumalai and Vasanth Manivannan, the Mylapore duo from Mylai Midhivandu Kuzhu – a cycling group started by Mylaporeans Dinesh Prabhu and D. Sekhar about 2 years ago, recently became the first Indians to complete the BRM1000 race on a […]

May 16, 2017

Mylaporean publishes book on risk management

Mylaporean publishes book on risk management

If you want to learn about risk management, and are looking for something that is not too complicated, you may want to take a look at a book titled “Best of our knowledge”. Written by R. Sanjeevi, a chartered accountant […]

May 16, 2017

These kids collected and sold books to raise money for a good cause

These kids collected and sold books to raise money for a good cause

A group of children, all students of Vidya Mandir, have made good use of the summer. Nandita and her friends Swayam, Tasmai, Nithya, Vedanth, Mridula and Mallika wanted to spend their free days to raise some money for a good […]

May 8, 2017

Residents of local apartment complex get together to distribute buttermilk

Residents of local apartment complex get together to distribute buttermilk

If you are thirsty and are passing by Mundagakanni Amman Koil Street, Mylapore, look out for a group of residents distributing buttermilk outside Kumara Vijayam flats (near the MRTS station), stop by and have a drink. G. Gopalan, the secretary […]

April 28, 2017

Sanjay Pinto’s new book ‘ Justice for All’ to be released today

Sanjay Pinto's new book ' Justice for All' to be released today

If you would like to be well-read on your rights and the laws of the land that affect your life in some way at some time, then you may want to pick up this book titled ‘Justice For All’. Authored […]

April 22, 2017

Things to do this weekend: mind tricks, comedy, ‘Happiness’ chat

Things to do this weekend: mind tricks, comedy, 'Happiness' chat

MIND TRICKS – India’s first Merlin Medal winner, Arun Loganathan, will perform live in a show named ‘Never Mind’. An evening of mindreading skills and his intuitive abilities. On Apr 22, 6 p.m. At Russian Cultural Center, Alwarpet. Tickets at […]

April 12, 2017

Shobbhita – takes home the trophy for story telling

Shobbhita - takes home the trophy for story telling

B. Shobbhita bagged the first prize for Storytelling at a competition held by Sayee Academy, West Mambalam on Mar 5. Shobbhita is a student of class II at Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, Mylapore. She was awarded certificate and a […]

April 4, 2017

Surya Ramachandran releases photographic book on wild animals

Surya Ramachandran releases photographic book on wild animals

Wildlife enthusiast Surya Ramachandran has released a book titled – Photographic Field Guide – Wildlife in Central India, in association with David Raju. Surya hails from Mylapore, and with field experience in many nature parks of the country, is a full-time […]

April 3, 2017

Committed volunteer does much service

Committed volunteer does much service

Jaya Ramakrishnan has been an active social worker for a couple of decades. She joined Women’s Indian Association when she moved to Chennai from Delhi, 22 years ago, and has been with this organization which is currently celebrating its centenary. […]

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