Chennai Digest

Published: 15th February 2016 01:08 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th February 2016 01:08 PM   |  A+A-


Debate on Prohibition in Provoke

Chennai will witness a debate on prohibition, courtesy Provoke Lifestyle, a premium magazine. Political leaders like Anbumani Ramadoss, the CM candidate of the PMK, and Dr Tamilisai Soundarajan, state BJP chief, will address as keynote speakers. The former DGP A X Alexander will share his views on whether implementation of prohibition in Tamil Nadu is possible. The panelists include educationist Madhuvanthi Arun, Professor A Marx, senior journalist Kishore K Swamy and Gnani Sankar will debate for and against Prohibition. Apsara Reddy, the editor-in-chief, Provoke, says, “We want to discuss issue  that can impact our lives, living and lifestyles.”

SRM Hosts Meet on Groundwater

SRM University organised the sixth International Groundwater Conference (IGWC) in which MS Swaminathan, chief mentor and founder of MS Swaminathan Research Foundation, delivered the chief guest address. Pointing out that groundwater was going to be a major source for humanity and that managing the resources was important to avoid conflict over water, the agriculture scientist said it was necessary to pay close attention to increasing supply, demand management and controlling pollution of groundwater. 

Sports Day at Thangamani School

Sports day was held at Thangamani Matric HS School in Pattabiram. The national flag was hoisted with a band rendition and patriotic songs were sung by the school choir. Mahendra Mohan, assistant general manager, Elekta Systems and an alumnus was the chief guest. Fun games were conducted and prizes were distributed. 


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