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Partly cloudy

CHENNAI, MARCH 28. The sky will be partly cloudy on Monday and there is a possibility for light rain in some areas. Maximum temperature will be around 34 degrees Celsius.

On Sunday, the maximum temperature recorded at Nungambakkam was 33.7 degrees Celsius, while the minimum temperature was 25.3 degrees Celsius. A rainfall of 0.2 mm was recorded. At Meenambakkam, the maximum temperature was 33.3 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature was 25.6 degrees Celsius. A rainfall of 4.9 mm was recorded. Humidity level stood at 68 per cent and 72 per cent respectively.

Power cut

Power supply will be suspended on Monday in parts of Kellys, Chinmaya Nagar, Koyambedu and Kilpauk and on Tuesday in parts of Sowcarpet, Kilpauk, Tondiarpet, Seven Wells, Pudupet, Korattur, West Mambalam, Vysarpadi, Tiruvanmiyur and Kamaraj Nagar between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. for maintenance work.

Eye camp

The annual M.C. Subrahmanyam eye camp was held in Rotary Nagar, near Lighthouse Metro Station, on Sunday.

Ophthalmologists from the Public Health Centre, West Mambalam, screened 318 patients, of whom 69 were recommended for intra-ocular lens surgery. A 100-year old patient was also among them. Further, 229 patients with vision deficiencies will be provided free spectacles. The camp was inaugurated by C.N.Ramdas, advisor, Rotary Nagar Project of the Rotary Club of Madras.

Health camp

A total of 650 persons were screened at a health camp organised by the Hindu Mission Hospital at Othery near Vandalur, on Sunday. A team of six doctors conducted the camp, which involved practitioners from major specialities including dentistry, ophthalmology and paediatrics. Around 15 persons were identified for intra-ocular lens surgery and nine for general surgery.

ATM opened

An Automated Teller Machine of Indian Bank was inaugurated at its Hasthinapuram branch by M.B.N. Rao, bank chairman and managing director, on Thursday.

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