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EMU train services

CHENNAI: The Saturday pattern of EMU train services will be maintained on Chennai Beach-Tambaram-Chengalpattu suburban section this Sunday, a Southern Railway press release said.

Protest against illegal tapping of water

The United Forum of Nanganallur Welfare associations sent a protest telegram to the District Collector, Kancheepuram against illegal tapping of ground water at Sunnambukolathur of Kovilambakkam Panchayat for commercial purposes.

Despite government orders banning it, over 500 lorries are allowed to tap water for commercial purpose, depleting the groundwater level, it noted.

Personality development course

A 12-day personality development course for students above 14 years will be conducted by Chromepet Manavalakkalai Mandram Trust, affiliated to the World Community Service Centre from May 2. The teaching includes Yoga, medita5tion, Kaya Kalpa Yoga. The timings are between 4.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Details: 22233991.

Chennai college comes second

A four-member student team consisting V. Aarthi, B. Narendra Babu, J. Mohana Krishnan and C.G. Rajesh Kumar of the Raja Rajeswari Engineering College have finished in the second place at the Microsoft all India Student Project Programme held in Bangalore on Monday last. The project titled, `Computer for the Blind,' was undertaken by the team. The finals at Bangalore saw 20 projects presented by colleges across the country.

Spoken English programme

Sundara Superlearning Systems is organising a spoken English and personality development programme in two batches on May 6 and June 10 during week ends. The fee for the 10 sessions is Rs. 600. Details: 245 22817/9382649735. High school and college students already proficient in English can opt for counselling sessions at a fee of Rs. 250.

Free summer camp

The Vailankanni Matriculation Higher Secondary School Avadi, will conduct a free summer camp focussing on Yoga, Karate and Abacus from May 1 to 31 in its campus for school students. Details: 2655 7687. There is no registration fee for the programme.

Kumbhabhishekam

The Kumbhabhishekam of the Ashta Buja Durgai Amman temple at 95, Singanna Chetty Street, Chintadripet will be held on Monday next (6.30 a.m. to 7.30 a.m).

Escapes from custody

S. Arasu Kulanathan (42), who was arrested by the Narcotics Intelligence Bureau on charges of selling brown sugar, escaped from the Government General hospital here on Friday. Police said the arrested person was admitted to the hospital last month after he complained of some ailment. Initially he was taken to the Royapettah hospital from where he was shifted to the Government General hospital.

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