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Treasure hunting in Trichy’s flea markets

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Trichy Times explores the city's flea markets and the various little treasures found there.

Rummaging through piles of 'rubbish' is what normal people would call it. But here we have a bunch of antique enthusiasts, with an eye for ancient things.

Remember the brouhaha when Vijay Mallya bought Tipu Sultan's sword for a whopping amount of Rs 1.5 crore? Just like that, Trichy too has its fair share of collectors. The city has a few streets which sells and trades such goods like the one near Murugan talkies - which has now reduced to a mere mountain of unused things. But, the crazy art lovers stick to old principles of networking among themselves and trade things belonging to the bygone era.

Some collect it for passion, some for the aesthetic sense, many as an investment, while others as family legacies however, they all are collectors with pride. Dr. Ramachandran Perumal, a plastic surgeon who has been collecting since 1989, says, "It is about appreciating art and carrying the glory of one's own history and lineage - I share a past with all my possessions which are now irreplaceable. Usually, we read about a legend or a myth in books and we believe them. But what happens when you see it right before your eyes? You feel absolutely proud. I try to dig out as much information I can about the product before I buy one. I do not see it as an investment but a legacy that I would like to pass onto my sons."

It is a tricky market, where you can get conned easily. Which is why people are generally advised to check before buying a piece. There are industries which furnish antique goods and give you the look and feel of an old product while they cant also distort a new piece by acid treatments or burying the products in sand. They then look like replicas of products making it very difficult to distinguish it from the original unless you are that educated about the product. Dr Ramachandran goes on to add that, "One should always bear in mind that the seller is always intelligent - they will go to any means to give you the product. It is the golden rule of buying. Buyers beware!" Details are an important factor here if you want to extract information about an original artifact. Books on such subjects can be easily found in stores.

The sellers are usually the ones who are tired of their collections and are looking to sell what they have. However, such people are not generally in for the money. They do it out of passion. S Anand Karthik, who owns an art gallery in the city, says he had given away his entire collection of cameras for a meagre sum. "I had a wide collection which I had inherited from my father. Earlier it was not about the money or the investment, it was more about how people appreciated each other for their love to collect. I stopped collecting four years back and parted with my belongings as it was becoming difficult to maintain and I did not want it to rot away. So we gave it away to curio shops and friends. Though it was emotional, I also feel happy as it is now in a safer place."

While many sell or part with their collectibles there are some like Syed Abdul Jalal, a railway employee whose collections date back to different eras and wishes to display them. Ask him about what he proposes to do with his collection and he replies with a nod, "I am planning on a permanent heritage exhibition or a space where students can come in and get to know about the past. I want it to be a place of information where students can come and be entertained through appreciating art. His most prized possession of today's date is the General Rules of Railways - Calcutta Edition published in 1890 which he shows off with pride.

Take Syed Abdul Jalal as an example. Treasure whatever you find may be precious. You never know, 20 years later it may be priceless!

Source : TOI


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மருங்காபுரி அருகே தமிழ் சினிமா சூட்டிங் ஜூன் 7 வரை நடக்கிறது

மணப்பாறை: மருங்காபுரி அருகே தமிழ் சினிமா சூட்டிங் நடந்தது. மக்கள் திர ளாக வேடிக்கை பார்த்தனர்.
மணப்பாறை தாலுகா மருங்காபுரி பகுதி கார்வாடி, கைகாட்டி கிராமங்களில் பெங்களுரை சேர்ந்த சுரேஷ்வேந்த் கதாநாயகனாகவும், ஆந்திராவை சேர்ந்த கிரண் மை கதாநாயகியாகவும் நடிக் கும் நேசம் நெசப்படுது என்ற தமிழ் பட சூட்டிங் நேற்று நடந்தது. கார்வாடி நெல் வயல்களில் பாடல் காட்சிக ளும், கைகாட்டியில் சண்டை காட்சிகளும் படமாக்கப்பட்டன.
திருவிழா கூட்டம் போல் மக்கள் திரண்டு வந்து சூட்டிங்கை வேடிக்கை பார்த்த னர். படத்தின் டைரக்டர் ராஜசூரியன் கூறுகையில், கிராமத்தின் கதை அம்சம் கொண்ட இப்படத்தில் விஜய்மந்த்ரா இசைஅமைக்கிறார்.
திருச்சி பாபு வில்லனாக நடிக்கிறார். அடுத்த மாதம் 7ம் தேதி வரை சூட்டிங் நடக்கி றது என்றார்.


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Microsoft gives wings to students' novel idea

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Till a few months ago, college, for them was just a ‘four-year grind' that would, at the end of it, land them a plush job.

But something changed the day engineering student Subramanian Muthukrishnan and his classmates at Anna University saw their juniors shout at a waiter in the college canteen. “We were upset to see the students shouting at the poor waiter who is hearing and speech impaired,” says Muthukrishnan.

The waiter seemed to have delayed in getting their food resulting in an argument with the students. “The students were angry and told him they were leaving as it was getting late. He, on the other hand, was trying to tell them that the idlis they wanted were over and so, they should order something else,” says Muthukrishnan.

“We intervened and since we were familiar with the waiter, having interacting with him over the years, we were able to explain the situation to both parties.

This incident prompted him and his friends, Srithar Ramadoss, Sivalingam Ramasamy and Vinoth Kumar Aribalan, to develop a translator that would interpret the expressions and gestures of a person with hearing and speech disability.

It was the sheer thrill of doing something that would not just earn them accolades, but also make a positive change to the lives of a few people, that egged them on, the students say.

“When I began college, I was a little lost. But, it made me realise the importance of communication,” says Muthukrishnan, who hails from Tiruchi.

On hearing the idea, their mentors and project guides were excited and told them that no such project had been discussed in the past 20 years of research. But it wasn't easy and days of struggle bore little fruit. They tasted success when their project was selected by Microsoft at Imagine Cup 2012, a student technology competition that focuses on finding solutions to daily problems.

The translator already has a database of over 500 expressions used in sign language. “Since there is no standard and several local languages, we are trying to include as many words as possible,” says Srithar. The ready-to-deploy tool is already being used by five employees who work as helpers in the college campus. “Their feedback determines its usability,” he says.

Handling project like this is not easy as it requires huge investment. High-end tools, like the ones they used at Microsoft, are extremely expensive, says Srithar.

“Unless there is extensive funding, it is difficult to attempt such a project, he says. The challenge now is to work on accurately interpreting facial expressions, Srithar says. “Our aim is to make the tool useful and accurate. If it is not accurate, it will only lead to more misunderstanding,” says Muthukrishnan.


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தினமும் இலவச மோர் வினியோகம்... குளிர வைக்கும் சி.எம்., அலுவலகம்

திருச்சி: தமிழக முதல்வர் ஜெயலலிதாவின் ஸ்ரீரங்கம் எம்.எல்.ஏ., அலுவலகத்தில் தினமும் ஆயிரம் லிட்டர் மோர் பொதுமக்களுக்கு இலவசமாக வழங்கப்படுகிறது.தமிழகத்தில் பங்குனி, சித்திரை மாதங்களில் வெயிலின் தாக்கம் அதிகமாக இருக்கும். தமிழகத்துக்கு வரும் வெளிமாநில பயணிகள் மற்றும் பொதுமக்கள் தாகத்தினால் தவித்து போவார்கள்.அவர்கள் இளைப்பாறி, தாகத்தை தீர்த்து கொள்ளும் வகையில், மக்கள் அதிகமாக கூடும் இடங்களில் இலவச நீர், மோர் வழங்கும் பந்தல்களை அமைக்க முதல்வர் ஜெயலலிதா உத்தரவிட்டார். அதன்படி தமிழகம் முழுவதும் அ.தி.மு.க.,வினரால் இலவச நீர், மோர் வழங்கப்பட்டு வருகிறது. திருச்சி மற்றும் திருச்சி மாவட்டம் முழுவதும் முக்கிய இடங்களில் பந்தல் அமைத்து நீர், மோரை மக்களுக்கு இலவசமாக கட்சியினர்
வழங்குகின்றனர்.அ.தி.மு.க.,வினருக்கும், தமிழக அமைச்சர்களுக்கும் முன்னுதாரணமாக விளங்கும் தமிழக முதல்வர் ஜெயலலிதா, இலவச நீர், மோர் வழங்கும் பணியிலும் முன்னுதாரணமாக விளங்குகிறார். முதல்வரின் ஸ்ரீரங்கம் தொகுதி எம்.எல்.ஏ., அலுவலகம் முன் அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ள பந்தலில், அப்பகுதியில் செல்லும் மக்கள், வாகன ஓட்டிகளுக்கு, தினமும் ஆயிரம் லிட்டர் வரை மோர், சுவையாகவும், சுகாதாரமாகவும் வழங்கப்படுகிறது.இதுகுறித்து ஸ்ரீரங்கம் பகுதி அ.தி.மு.க.,வினர் கூறியதாவது:எந்தவொரு காரியத்தையும் தானே முன்னுதாரணமாக இருந்து செய்வது முதல்வர் ஜெயலலிதாவின் சிறப்பம்சம். அதேபோல, இலவச நீர், மோர் வழங்குவதையும் சிறப்பாக செய்யவேண்டும் என்று சில அறிவுரைகளை வழங்கினார்.அதன்படி தரமான டின் தயிரை வாங்கி, நன்றாக கடைவோம். அதில் சரியான அளவு உப்பிட்டு, இஞ்சி, கருவேப்பிலை, கொத்தமல்லி இழை, பச் சை மிளகாய், மாங்காய், வெள்ளிரிக்காய் ஆகியவற்றை அரை த்து சேர்ப்போம். மீண்டும் ஒருமுறை மோரை நன்றாக கடை த்து மக்களுக்கு விநியோகம் செ ய்கிறோம். தூய்மையான பாத்திரங்கள், கைக்கு கிளவுஸ் என மோரை மிகவும் சுகாதாரமான முறையில் வழங்குகிறோம்.மோரில் மிதக்கும் பொருட்களை கீழே துப்புவது மக்களின் வழக்கம். நாங்கள் அரைத்து சேர்ப்பதின் மூலம் அதை கீழே துப்பமுடியாது. அப்பொருட்களின் முழு பலன் மக்களுக்கு மிக எளிதாக கிடைத்துவிடும்.மோர் விநியோகத்துக்காகவே, புதிதாக மோர் கடையும் மிஷின், மிக்ஸி, பாத்திரங்கள் வாங்கி உள்ளோம். காலை 10 மணி முதல் மதியம் இரண்டு மணி வரை மக்களுக்கு மோர் விநியோகம் செய்கிறோம்.வெயில் அதிகமாக இருக்கும்போது, ஒரு சில மணி நேரத்திலேயே மோர் தீர்ந்துவிடும். மோரை குடிக்கும் ஒவ்வொருவரும் எங்களை வாழ்த்தும்போது, அவர்களின் வாழ்த்து முதல்வரையே சேரும் என்பதை எண்ணி பெருமகிழ்ச்சி அடைகிறோம்.இவ்வாறு அவர்கள் கூறினர்.


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I have read this statement many times that too only in TOI, i dont know how much this is true. Can you please give the link for this article, i was actually searching for online version of these articles from TOI.


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I see MGR’s Trichy: Samuthirakani

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Director Samuthirakani was recently in Trichy for the felicitation of director K Balachandar - his mentor. In a candid chat with Trichy Times, he talks about movies, his inspirations and his successful combination with Sasikumar.

"I have been to Trichy many times for choosing shooting locales though I have never shot a movie here. The temples and the vibrant people and how it still remains to be a peaceful town are the reasons I visit repeatedly. I see it as the place that MGR wanted to make the capital of the state. My future project may have some scenes shot around places around the city hopefully."

An ardent cinema lover since childhood he claims to not have seen a single movie till his eight grade and the first movie he saw was Alaigal Oyvathillai after which there has been no turning back.

"After watching Alaigal Oyvathilai I knew deep down that this was what I wanted to do. Initially I was into acting and wanted to make it as an actor but now I love direction. The hard work, sleepless nights and busy schedules fascinate me more than acting - now I am too engrossed in direction that acting has taken a low cut."

Ask him about his mentor K Balachander, he says with pride that he is gifted to have worked under him. "If I were to quantify him, he is my matha, pitha, guru, and deivam. That is how I put it, I would not say he is my guru from whom I have learnt about cinema but he is more than that. I still remember spending sleepless nights when the director called out my name for the first time in the shooting spot. It was memorable and the journey so far has been incredible."

Ask him about his themes around movies based on friendship he replies, "I am a person who has been blessed with good friends and believe that friends are reason for a man's success and failure. I have had experiences, memories and back stabbing by friends but by the end of it all it is them who I turn up to."

Speaking about his director and close friend Sasikumar, he tells "He is truly God sent. We are happy to have this bond and will keep going strong for the trust that people have on us."

To Trichiites he says, "For me Trichy is a place which appreciates cinema and the audiences here are dedicated to it. First day, first shows I have heard there are mad rushes and people throng the theatres to catch seats. To actually find out the result of any movie, Trichy is the right choice as you would get to know the correct result is a well known phrase in the industry. People here love and adore cinema more than anywhere else in the state." he signs off.


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Capturing an Olympic moment through dance

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One moment it was the supple grace of a gymnast; then surfaced the agility of an athlete, rounded off by the poise of a ballerina. Sports and dance made a merry marriage to pulsating music at Brindavan Vidyalaya on Friday. Students from Tiruchi shared a historic moment with thousands of counterparts all over the world, as they captured the spirit of the Olympic Games through choreography.

Synchronised piece

The synchronised dance routine choreographed by Wayne McGregor, dubbed the ‘big dance school pledge' was performed by thousands of school children across continents at 1 p.m GMT (5.30 p.m. IST),when the Olympic torch arrived in London from Athens. The dance, a warm-up to Big Dance 2012 in second week of July, attempted to set a new world record for the biggest multi-venue dance.

The current world record for the largest simultaneous multi-venue dance is held by the Netherlands with 2,64,188 people dancing in 1,472 locations. The organising committee envisages the dance as a form of communication that transcends cultural and language barriers.

The 5.14-minute choreographed piece was executed expertly by 29 kids including eight girls from Bridnavan Vidyala ICSE and CBSE schools who made it to the school despite the vacation.

The school's participation in the event is attributed to its accreditation as ‘British Council Ambassador School', said principal S.Sathappan. A trio was taught the moves at a British Council sponsored camp in Odisha. “When I was picked for the big dance I almost cried. I am on the plumper side and I simply cannot dance. But the sports moves made me enjoy the piece and I end up teaching my teammates with the help of videos,” says Ravichandran who led the dance.

Mirroring sports through dance

Students put in long hours of practice to get the movements right. “The dance is divided into five sections. The fourth section when the rhythm picks up is the toughest as it gets tricky,” says Nafeesa. The dance inspired by the Olympic games mirrors actions from over 20 games, including javelin, swimming, fencing, cycling, archery, and rowing.

The original score composed by Scanner and Joel Cadbury takes off with soft strains, flows gently, reaches a crescendo and culminates in an almost operatic fashion. Movements of sprinting, stomping, clapping and dribbling are timed with the rhythm.

V. Vijayakumar, Joint Secretary, Tiruchi District Cricket Association, and N.Vadivel, secretary, Krish Cricket Club, were invited as witnesses for the event that was filmed.

“We feel proud we shared this moment. We can tell our friends we were part of the Olympics in some way,” says Bhuvaneshwari.


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திருச்சி மாநகரில் சூறைக்காற்றுடன் மழை மரங்கள் முறிந்து விழுந்தன

திருச்சி: திருச்சியில் நேற்று சூறைக்காற்றுடன் திடீர் மழை பெய்ததால் மரங்கள் முறிந்து விழுந்தன.
திருச்சியில் கோடை மழையால் அடங்கியிருந்த வெயில் படிப்படியாக அதிகரித்து வருகிறது. கடந்த 12ம் தேதியில் இருந்து 97, 98, 99 டிகிரியாக வெயில் உயர துவங்கியது. நேற்று 101.4 டிகிரி வெயில் கொளுத்தியது. இதனால் மக்களின் இயல்பு வாழ்க்கை பாதித் தது. டூவீலர்கள் போக்குவரத்து குறைந்து சாலைகள் வெறிச்சோடின. வெளியூர் பயணங்களை தவிர்த்து வீடுகளிலேயே மக்கள் முடங்கினர். விடுமுறையில் மைதானத்திலேயே முகாமிடும் மாணவர்கள் கூட விளை யாட்டை தவிர்த்தனர். இந்நிலையில் மாலையில் மாநகரின் பல இடங்களில் திடீரென பலத்த காற்றுடன் கூடிய லேசான மழை பெய்தது. காற்று சுழன்றடித்ததில் சில இடங்களில் மரங்கள் முறிந்தன.
ஸ்ரீரங்கம் அரசு பொது மருத்துவமனை எதிரில் உள்ள கிளை நூலகம் அருகில் இருந்த மரம் முறிந்து விழுந்து நூலகத்தின் மேற்கூரை சேதமடைந்தது. பகலில் தகித்த வெயிலுக்கு இதமாக நேற்று இரவு வெப்பம் குறைந்தது. திருச்சி மக்களுக்கு மகிழ்ச்சியை ஏற்படுத்தியது.


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