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Cancer can be conquered: Gautami

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Narrating her fight against cancer, actor Gautami Tadimalla on Sunday drove home the need for spreading greater awareness about the disease affecting several women.

Addressing a “Conquerors Meet” attended by breast cancer survivors and their families, Ms. Gautami called upon the participants to spread the message on ways to conquer the disease.

The meeting was organised by the Dr. K. Shantha Breast Cancer Foundation and Dr. Viswanathan Hospitals.

“You have experienced the disease and now you are ready to convey the message to the world that cancer can be conquered”, Ms. Gautami told the breast cancer survivors and their families.

Stating that cancer could be won, Ms. Gautami called upon the participants to do their bit in spreading awareness by narrating their experience and how happy they were now after fighting the disease in family gatherings and to neighbours.

“We can save a lot of lives by sharing this experience”, Ms. Gautami said advocating the need to keep spreading the message to the society in a sustained manner.

“All of us have to join together and act like an army in taking forward this message to the society as we (breast cancer survivors) alone have undergone the experience”, said Ms. Gautami, also the founder of Life Again Foundation.

“Sharing our experience and the ways to conquer the disease would be the greatest service rendered by us to the society”, Ms. Gautami told the participants.

K. Meena, former Vice Chancellor, Bharathidasan University said women’s health was very important for societal development.

K. Govindaraj, founder of Dr. K. Shantha Breast Cancer Foundation and Director of G. Viswanathan Speciality Hospitals, Tiruchi, said the foundation would be happy to partner with Life Again Foundation in spreading awareness about breast cancer and ways to conquer it.

B. Yamuna Devi, Additional Commissioner (Service Tax II), Mumbai and Dr. S. Jagadeesh Chandra Bose, Head, Department of Surgical Oncology, SRMC, Chennai spoke on the occasion.

Earlier in the day, a ‘Mammorun’ – a breast cancer awareness marathon was organised in the city jointly by the Dr. Shantha Breast Cancer Foundation, Dr. G. Viswanathan Hospitals, Life Again Foundation and Rotary District 2000. The event was organised in two categories - a 21.1 km run and a five km run.

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Handloom exhibition to tap Deepavali sales in Trichy
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With an objective to provide a proper platform for handloom weavers to market their products, an exhibition featuring several of the finest cloth materials from the work rooms of handloom weavers in the district was inaugurated by the Tamil Nadu ministers O S Manian and Vellamandi N Natarajan on Saturday. The 15-day long exhibition has been scheduled to go on till October 14.

A total of 35 stalls are set in the exhibition, including 29 handloom cooperative societies of Trichy and more from various parts of the state including Madurai, Cuddalore, and Karur, the sale of handloom materials was launched at the Makkal Mandram in Thillai Nagar.

To boost the sales the exhibition, jointly organised by the textiles department of union government and state handloom department, will be offering all clothing and other textile materials weaved in handloom at a discount of 30 per cent.

Textile materials including sarees, dhotis, bed spreads, window screens, towels, lungies, among other handloom products have been put for sale. With a sales target set at Rs 40 lakh, the exhibition will remain opened between 10 am to 9 pm everyday till October 14.

"With about 450 handlooms functioning in Trichy zone, textile products for a tune of Rs 22 lakhs are being produced by the handloom weavers here every month. Former chief minister C N Annadurai once sold handloom products in Trichy streets to promote the livelihood of handloom weavers, people should come forward to purchase their Deepavali outfits from the stalls of weavers established at the Makkal Mandram," handlooms minister O S Manian said at the inaugural event.

In the total 29 handloom cooperative societies in Trichy, officials with handlooms department said that a total of 3,677 handloom weavers have been enrolled and benefitted from various welfare schemes including Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana and chief minister's solar powered greenhouse scheme.



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Over 12,000 Participated in the Mega Trichy Marathon-2017

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Marathon for organ donation draws participants in droves

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Over 100 persons express their consent to donate organs

Thousands of people took part enthusiastically in the Kauvery Hospital Trichy Marathon on Sunday to promote organ donation

The marathon organised by the CII, Yi, and the hospital, enabled the public to understand that thousands of lives could be saved through donation of organs including kidney, liver, heart, tissues, and bone marrow.

The purpose of the exercise that had the participation of about 11,000 runners was to bust the myths surrounding blood donation. As many as 3,000 participants signed in the board kept at the New Court Road. Over 100 persons also signed in the pledge form kept there expressing their consent to donate organs.

The 21-km half marathon was inaugurated by Deputy Commissioner of Police, Law and Order, S. Sakthi Ganesh, and the 10-km youth run was flagged off by Yamuna Devi, Assistant Commissioner, Service Tax, Mumbai; while the five-km run and walk was initiated by A. Mayilvaganan, Deputy Commissioner, Traffic and Crime.

All the three chief guests also took part in the marathon.

District Collector K. Rajamani honoured winners with prizes in the presence of the senior police officials, CII Tiruchi Zone Chairman D. Raghuraman and Yi Chairman John Ashok Varadarajan.

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