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Around the City

Power cut

CHENNAI: Power supply will be suspended in parts of V.O.C. Nagar and Vadapalani (Vaithyanathan Street, S.A. Koil Street, Annai Indra Nagar, Gangaiamman Koil Street, Gangaiamman Koil 1st and 2nd street and New Vellala Street) between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Friday.

Lecture on income from other sources

The Department of Commerce (Evening College) of the Guru Shree Shantivijai Jain College for Women organised a guest lecture on `Salaries and Income from other Sources' on Monday. Ramesh, a chartered accountant, talked about the various sources and components of salaries.

Letter writing contest

The Department of Posts is sponsoring a letter writing competition for school children in classes 7 to 12 as part of the Madras Day celebrations. Entries should be written in Tamil or English on inland letter forms and be 100 words long. The letter has to be an invitation to a friend, telling them of the interesting and lesser-known places of the city. The entries have to be posted to the Mylapore Times, Corporation Shopping Complex, 77, C.P. Ramaswamy Road, Alwarpet, Chennai - 18 by September 30. Contact phone number 24671122 for details.

Baby food donated

The Inner Wheel Club of Madras Mid-Town donated baby food tins to abandoned babies at the Kalaiselvi Karunalaya Social Welfare Society, Mogappair West.

The baby centre houses 38 babies.

Eye camp

The Chennai Royal Jaycees conducted an eye camp and distribution of its youth awards at the Jain Stanak premises, Pallavaram, on Sunday in collaboration with the Sankara Nethralaya.

One hundred and eighty patients were screened and 36 recommended for surgery.

Workshop on computer maintenance

A half-day workshop on `How to maintain you Computer Peacefully' is being organised on Saturday, September 24, 2005, at the Technology Centre, Tamilnadu Foundation Inc. USA, New no. 27, Taylors Road, Kilpauk. The workshop, meant for all those who use computer systems regularly, will help participants maintain their computers in good condition. For registration, contact phone number 52046319 or 26446319.

Executive secretary course

The Vice-chancellor of Anna University, D. Viswanathan, inaugurated the free executive secretary course at the Stenographers' Guild on Tuesday. S.V.Ramaswamy, Guild president, said the Rotary Club of Melvis, Australia, had funded the course that trains 81 students in Secretaryship and 20 students in computer hardware training.

Cash award

for school

Jaigopal Garodia Foundation gave away a cash award and citation for Jaigopal Garodia Higher Secondary School in Choolaimedu for admitting the maximum number of backward community students in Chennai East district for the current academic year.

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