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திருச்சியில் ஜப்பானிய பெண் தொலைத்த கைப்பை உடனே கண்டுபிடித்த போலீஸார்

திருச்சி: திருச்சியில் ஜப்பானிய பெண் தவற விட்ட கைப்øயில் இருந்த பாஸ்போர்ட்டை இன்ஸ்பெக்டர் உடனடியாக கண்டுபிடித்து ஒப்படைத்தார். ஜப்பான் நாட்டின் ஒமியோ தைலாமா நகரப்பகுதியைச் சேர்ந்தவர் மக்கோமா ஒபியோ. இவரது மகள் மியோ சிட்டோ ஒபியோ (35). திருமணம் ஆகாத இவர், அந்நாட்டு குடிநீர் வாரியத்தில் அதிகாரியாக பணியாற்றி வருகிறார். மேலும் ரோட்டரி சங்கத்திலும் முக்கிய பொறுப்பில் உள்ளார்.
இவர் கடந்த மாதம் ரோட்டரி சங்க நிகழ்ச்சிகளில் பங்கேற்க இந்தியா வந்தார். திருச்சியில் கடந்த ஐந்தாம் தேதி நடந்த ரோட்டரி சங்க விழாவில் மியோசிட்டா ஒபியோ பங்கேற்றுள்ளார். விழாவை முடித்துக் கொண்டு பெரிய கடைவீதிக்கு ஷாப்பிங் சென்றபோது, தன்னுடைய கைப்பையை தொலைத்து விட்டார். அதில், அவருடைய பாஸ்போர்ட், 10 ஆயிரம் ரூபாய் பணம், ஏ.டி.எம்., கிரடிட் கார்டுகள் ஆகியவை இருந்துள்ளது. இதுகுறித்து அவர் காந்திமார்க்கெட் போலீஸ் இன்ஸ்பெக்டர் கண்ணதாசனிடம் புகார் செய்தார். அதன்பேரில் போலீஸார் விசாரணை மேற்கொண்டிருந்தபோது, பெரிய கடைவீதியில் உள்ள பி.ஜி., நாயுடு ஸ்வீட் கடை வாசலில், மியோசிட்டா ஒபியோ தொலைத்தை கைப்பை கிடைத்துள்ளது. அதில் பாஸ்போர்ட், பணம், கார்டுகள் அப்படியே இருந்துள்ளது.
இதுகுறித்து உடனடியாக ஜப்பானிய பெண் மியோசிட்டா ஒபியோவுக்கு தகவல் தெரிவிக்கப்பட்டது. கொடைக்கானலில் சுற்றுப்பயணம் மேற்கொண்டிருந்த அவர், நேற்று காலை திருச்சி வந்தார்.
மாநகர போலீஸ் கமிஷனர் அலுவலகத்தில் போலீஸ் டி.சி., ஜெயபாண்டியன் மியோசிட்டா ஒபியோவின் கைப்பை ஒப்படைத்தார். அதை ஆனந்த கண்ணீருடன் பெற்றுக் கொண்ட அவர், காந்தி மார்க்கெட் போலீஸார் மற்றும் மாநகர போலீஸ் அதிகாரிகளுக்கு மிகுந்த நன்றி தெரிவித்து விட்டு, தன்னுடைய ஊருக்கு நேற்றே புறப்பட்டார்.
மியோசிட்டா தன்னுடைய காணாமல் போன கைப்பையை உடனடியாக கண்டுபிடித்த திருச்சி போலீஸாரின் சிறப்பை, டில்லியில் உள்ள இந்திய தூதரகத்தில் பதிவு செய்துவிட்டு போவதாக தெரிவித்தார்.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2012 7:20 am 
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Threading through the narrow lanes of Srirangam on a moonless night, particularly during one of those capricious power blackouts, I seek for some light at the end of the tunnel. And finally like Portia's solitary candle, the illumined up upper storey of the Thathachariar House welcomes us. While residents are squatting flies on neighbourhood porches, an eclectic set ruminates over a philosophical discussion that glides smoothly over spiritualism and touches down on modern day politics.

That is a typical Wednesday night scenario on the fourth week of every month at the meeting of the city's oldest existing English Book Club. The Book Club Tiruchi derives its distinction from the fact that it is no academic clique sitting down to dissect Proust and Milton over cups of ginger tea but an eclectic set taking time out of their busy lives to simply talk about what they are readin. How often do you find an acclaimed critic, a retired brigadier, a diamond jeweler, a city reporter, a doctor, a high school English teacher, a danseuse and an artiste arguing the salient points of the Ayodhya verdict or Chetan Bhagat's latest bestseller or a an artiste's biography amidst musty bookcases, whirring overhead fans, ancient wooden beams and family portraits that create the perfect setting for bonding over books.

The Book Club Tiruchi dating back to pre-Independence days strives to retain its essence in its second innings thanks to the offer of their residence for the monthly intellectual tryst by acclaimed writer and critic Prema Nandakumar and her husband.

“The book club was originally founded in 1945 by Bishop Thorpe who came up with a forum for rich Indian intellectuals who could afford the membership fee of Rs. 2 and not-so-rich British who did not have entry to the elite Freemason society, ” says Diljit Shah, the oldest surviving member. “The unwritten rule followed here entitles the speaker to review the book uninterrupted for 45 minutes, however contentious his or her arguments may sound. All comments and questions must wait till the interaction”. From holding court in the YWCA and the residence of the Professor Balamurthy, one of the earliest members, the book club has seen a change of location until all activity came to a standstill in 2007- 2008.

Though the club boasts of a mailing list of around 60 members, participation varies between 20 and 35 depending on the book reviewed which maybe a telephone directory to a stiff hardback serious work and everything in between. A recent trend is the presence of authors at the review, an occurrence that brings in multivariate perspectives to the discussion. “We often have competent reviewers who are an authority on the subject of discussion review the book,” says retired Brigadier Narayanasamy, who devotedly co-ordinates every meeting by sending out flyers and invitations. From getting a banker to review Arthur Hailey's Moneychangers to a lawyer to break down the Ayodhya verdict running into more than 8000 pages, the perspective of an expert invests personal experience and knowledge that is often refreshing and original than that of an academic. That academics are conspicuous by their absence in the book club worries Prema Nandakumar.

“With Tiruchi being an educational centre in Tamil Nadu, it is surprising that no professors from leading colleges are part of the club.” Their involvement may also encourage participation of students who would bring down the average age of the club, she adds on an optimistic note.

The book club neither goes all out to court controversy nor brushes it comfortably under the carpet when a storm brews up. “We are all great listeners and we always agree to disagree,” smiles Nandakumar adding “The sessions are always tinged with a dose of good humour .” “Some of us come here just to hear good English being spoken,” says a retired pharmacist. “We often receive suggestions on including Tamil books at the reviews. Though we are not against the idea of running a parallel club for the purpose, we are keen in retaining the character of the club- it was dedicated to English books and it should remain so,” asserts Mrs. Nandakumar.

The art of reviewing has also made many members shed their inhibitions and ace their public speech skills by delivering to a motley audience of familiar faces.

That Sukanya, a reporter alters her weekly off to ensure she does not miss out on meetings or school teacher Sairam is prepared to forego his annual day celebrations is not surprising as the book club for many signifies not merely a social outlet but a personal commitment. But as Chitra Radhakrishnan puts it, “We are just book lovers brought together by common tastes.” They may call it an improvised lumber room, but it is undoubtedly the ultimate haven for worms of a certain kind that feast on books.

The Book Club Tiruchi meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month at Thathachariar House, South Chitrai Street, Srirangam around 6.30 p.m


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 9:24 pm 
AN Indian mother saw off a gang of knife-wielding burglars by hurling chilli powder over them.

The three crooks ordered the mother of two to gather up any valuables from her kitchen after targeting her home yesterday near the southeastern city of Trichy, The Times of India reported today

But the quick-thinking woman instead scooped up a handful of chilli powder and threw it at them, the newspaper reported.

With the intruders momentarily incapacitated by the fiery spice, the 28-year-old woman, named Ambika, shouted out to her neighbours, prompting the gang to abandon the 2am local time raid.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 11:14 pm 
Sneha who announced her wedding with actor Prasanna last November has said that she is happy to enter wedlock with Prasanna.

The two had shared the screen in Achamundu Achamundu and fell in love then. After almost couple of years announced that they would get married.

Taking part in a function in Tiruchy, the home town of Prasanna on Wednesday, Sneha said, ' I will become the daughter-in-law of Tiruchy now. I am happy about it'.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:41 pm 
Trichinopoly cigar

Trichinopoly cigar, also called Trichies or Tritchies, is a type of cheroot associated with the town of Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu, India. The Trichinopoly cigar was actually manufactured from tobacco grown near the town of Dindigul near the present-day Tiruchirappalli and formed one of India's main items of export during the Victorian period. The cigars were cheap and of rude manufacture.

In Arthur Conan Doyle's A Study in Scarlet (1887), Sherlock Holmes correctly deduces that the perpetuator of a gruesome murder had smoked a "Trichinopoly cigar". When questioned by Dr. Watson about his methods, Holmes replies that the cigar ashes observed at the spot of the murder were "dark in colour and flaky", as in a Trichinopoly.

The Trichinopoly cigar has been a part of the niche league of cigars and was a favorite of Sir. Winston Churchil Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 04, 2011 6:49 pm 
Sarathas Silks (well known as Sarathas Trichy) which is very famous for Silk Sarees. It is located in Rock Fort city is one of the first largest and gigantic textile showroom in India. Sarathas is located at Chinnakadai Street in Trichy. An area of 1.5 million square feet exclusively was allocated to the showroom at Trichy for textiles and readymade dresses for the dynamic customers. This silk mansion was started in Trichy 1969 with its main branch at Chennai.

Trichy Sarathas silks in Trichy have satisfied decade’s time’s worth of customer. From poor people to rich people anybody can wake in and get their desired dress according to the price they can afford. A shopping place for all status in the society. Sarathas is always rush and have best customer service. Sarathas trade mark is SILK SAREERS. Lots of collections are found in Sarathas on various sections of dress from baby to adult. Anybody walks into the shop will come out with heart satisfied and cute smile on face with best quality, price and collection.

Saratha's really a Beautiful Showroom for dressing materials for all and has a much variety of Collections with an Exciting prize. It’s still one of the Dominating Shop in Trichy even though many competitors are found. Sarathas has fabulous reduction on all seasons. Attractive clothes with new models and with huge varieties for all generations.

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Saratha’s silk saris have represented the tradition of Tamil marriages & proved to be a lucky mascot for several families and it’s true. They have a unique and exclusive range of silk such as sarees Kanchipuram Silk, Kumbakonam silk –, Bangalore Silk, etc. From most traditional sarees to trendy sarees a lots of collection are found here.
Though their trademark is silk sarees, they also fare-well in the other products like MEN'S WEAR, WOMEN’S WEAR and KIDS WEAR. Awesome plaza for purchasing any kinds of textiles under one roof. They have also bought bag’s section recently. Anytime the shop is filled with thousands of people and busy with purchasing. Exclusive offers for marriage purpose. You will not be satisfied with purchasing a single dress and will be tempted to buy some more looking at the latest collections and price– that’s the special of Sarathas.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 10:13 pm 
Care college in kana kanum kalangal - Trichy care college sponsor for kana kanum kalangal show in vijay t.v, in this episode they have shooted inside the campaus.





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