1. sanraa@sanraamedia dot com2. Call up Sanraa Media at +91 044 429080003. Send a Fax at +91 44 429080204. Write to Mr. M. Damodaran (Scruitinizer), M/s M. damodaran & Associates, (UNIT) SanraaMedia Limited, New No.109, Old No.57, Kamalam's Park, 2nd Floor, R. K. Mutt Road, Mandaveli,Chennai-600 0285. Write to the Registrar at devasahayam @ gnsaindia dot comPlease note that give them 2 days to reply otherwise send a reminder. We have not note that asfare as possible they would prefer that lots of Ballot Paper goes missing and misplacedEnsure that your completed ballot paper reaches the Scrutinizer office by at least 30
April, 2011before 2.00 pmTurk,I believe this is as per the Company Law rules.There are lots of loopholes which companies use to their advantage when they want somethingto happen to their interest.Basically some things needs to be changed, like things like postal ballot should reach thereceipt at least 15 days before the deadline for receipt.Acknowledgement by the investor that it is received 15 days before the deadline for receipt.If the Postal Ballot rules are changed to above, then people will decide the fate of the ballot noteand not the promoters and vested partes as it stands currently.1. Currently they send by normal post and can very well say that they have sent it, even if theydont.2. There is no receipt obtained from the investor for having received the postal ballot notice.3. Currently there is no rule that it the postal ballot notice should reach the investor before 15days of deadline of receipt.4. The return address also the the scruitiniser is put alongwith the Postal Ballot Notice so that inthis case also the company is at an advantage. They can say that they have not received it,destroy it, since it is sent by original.
so the sale is for a minimum price of book value of SM`s animation division. Thewhole company`s book value is Rs. 136 crore and over 85% of annual sales iscontributed by the animation division. But when they finally come up with the book-value for the animation division, we expect a shock. Simply because, this companywith Rs. 136 crore of NAV on its books is available for Rs. 11 crore market captoday, and still nobody is willing for a takeover. This, even when least resistance for such a takeover is to be expected due to the tiny promoter stake of 2.60%. This clearlyshows the importance of `listening` to the omnipresent loud voice of the price, whichwas there throughout the past several months. Investors generally ignore this nastyvoice and go for subtler, pleasing tunes humming beneath the din. It rarely works.Investors may not make a killing by focusing on this nasty voice, but they will bespared the deep pain. But by human nature it is a killing we are all after. Anyway, westill don`t believe the Sanraa story is over, as they have beaten the odds twice before.But participating in such a story is only attractive to one who enters the counter for the first time when there is a clear buy signal. In other words, what is more important