Chennai Digest

Published: 29th February 2016 03:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th February 2016 03:34 AM   |  A+A-

New Auditorium at Montfort

Montfort School inaugurated its new auditorium and classrooms along with 14th annual day celebrations. Ishari K Ganesh, chancellor, Vels University, was the chief guest. Father Roche Ignatius, the chancellor of the diocese of Chengelpet, blessed the buildings.  The provincial superior Brother George Kalangod was the guest of honour.  The guests and the parents appreciated the prinicpal Brother K K Thomas for his efforts in making this project a success.  The inauguration was followed by a cultural programme by the students. Ishari K Ganesh expressed his happiness to be part of this memorable event at Montfort School and lauded the efforts of the school principal, teachers and talents of the students. 

Rs 2,000,  Award to Skating Champ

As a part of corporate social responsibility, Sri Krishna Sweets organised in association with Illakku ‘Muyarchiaye  Oon Mugavari’ programme in which they gave Arivi Nidhi Award along with cash prize of `2,000 to Madhulika for her achievement in the national skating competition. The award was given by V Srinivasan, general manager, SKS and Isai Kavi Ramanan. SRM School principal Amal Raj and Yazhini of Illukku were also present on the occasion. A motivational talk was given by Ramanan to the students 

300 Docs Discuss Biliary Diseases

Apollo Hospitals which performs the highest number of gall bladder surgeries in the state has organised a one-day international conference on biliary diseases at Hyatt Regency on Sunday. The conference saw 300 doctors from across the globe under one roof and was aimed at knowledge transfer on better deduction, treatment and prevention of gall bladder diseases.  The curtain raiser for the event witnessed experts from the department of surgical gastroenterology and minimal access surgery (SGE & MAS) of Apollo Hospitals highlighting the recent trend of increased incidences of biliary diseases in South India, which were earlier prevalent only along the Gangetic basin of North India. The change is attributed to the drastic change in people’s lifestyle with little physical activity. 


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