Thursday, July 17, 2008
3 held in Rs. 40lakh robbery case
Police have made a breakthrough in the casewhere three jewellers from Madurai wererobbed of Rs. 40 lakh by a seven-member gangon Monday night near Koyambedu.At a press conference held on Wednesday, citypolice Commissioner R. Sekar said, “Threepeople have been arrested in connection withthe robbery just before they were about to slipinto Andhra Pradesh, and the rest of the gangwill be nabbed soon.”The arrested were identiﬁed as Kumar (26) ofVysarpadi, Michael (29) of Kodungaiyur andYogeshwaran alias Mani (26) of Madhavaram.
Man run over by bus
A middle-aged man was run over by an MTC buswhile he was attempting to cross the road inMylapore at 8.30 a.m. on Wednesday. Thedeceased remains unidentiﬁed.According to Adyar Trafﬁc Investigations, thevictim met with the accident on RoyapettahHigh Road near V.M. Street in Mylapore. TheM21G route bus plying between Parrys andTambaram knocked the man down, trappinghim under the right front wheel of the vehicle.The driver of the bus, Kumar (45), was arrestedand booked.
Man jumps from balcony,dies
A 44-year-old man committed suicide by jumpingfrom his fourth-ﬂoor apartment on Taylor’s Roadon Tuesday night. Police say he had a history ofmental illness.Kilpauk police identiﬁed the deceased asKarthikeyan, a resident of Millennium Towers,4th Block, Taylor’s Road, Kilpauk.At around 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Karthikeyan hadreportedly leaped from his balcony. He was thenrushed to hospital, where he died, police added.
ver wondered why so many cereals and infant formulaeare fortiﬁed with iron? Youneed it as iron is needed forthe production of haemoglobin. Without Red Blood Cells (RBC),oxygen is not delivered to all thecells. And poor haemoglobin lev-el leads to anaemia and poor im-munity.Britannia, one of India’s lead-ing biscuit company, as part of itsinitiative to help combat iron de-ﬁciency among children, islaunching a mass awareness pro-gramme on the importance of iron for children through schoolsacross Tamil Nadu. The pro-gramme will start from July-end. At a press conference in the city on Wednesday, Anuradha Nara-simhan, category director, Bri-tannia Industries Limited, saidthat children in the country weregrossly under-nourished. The on-ly way to create awarenessamong children and parents isthrough schools. “As part of ourprogramme, we have selected 10cities in Tamil Nadu where theawareness programmes will beheld.”“Our target is to cover all theschools in these cities and bring nutrition awareness to the schoolchildren. This will be done in aninteresting story telling mannerto internalise the nutrition mes-sage,” Anuradha said.Britannia has already launchedTiger Banana and Tiger Glucosebiscuits rich in iron content.
Britannia to launch iron supplementing programmes among school children
Time to iron outyourchild’shealth problems
hey are known as the IT theatregroup; meet Rebelz, a bunch of software engineers who like tounwind on stage. They enjoy writing their own scripts and em-ploying histrionics instead of cal-culating ﬁgures all day. Rebelzhave been around since 2006 andhave put up several theatre pro-ductions like
Let’s Find Love in
, whichhave entertained audiences inChennai. Now, they are back with yet another play and this time with tales all the way from Arabia. A farcical fairy tale,
Once upona time in Arabia
is a humour-packed spoof on the classical Ara-bian tales of Aladdin and Alibaba. And yes, it has all that magic,splendour and plotting villains.The story revolves around the an-cient Arab city of Petra and itsprincess Ayesha. The beautiful la-dy must get married in a week,else the kingdom might fall intothe hands of the evil minister. What is in store for the people of Petra and the damsel in distress? Watch to ﬁnd out.
Flabs to abs
Vanilla Children Place has introduced a new programmecalled ‘Flabs to abs’ for all those watchful about theirwaistline. The 45-minute workout will include crunches,pilates, yoga and ﬂoor routines to develop curvaceouswaistline. For details, call 4553 4145.
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WhenJuly 26th & 27
WhereSivagami PethachiAuditorium, Mylapore
Tickets available atCrossword, Fruitshop,Subway, Gangotree,Honda-TVS SundaramShowroom, LimelightParlours, SAE College.