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 #10731  by Sundar
 December 20th, 2013, 10:27 am
One litre of petrol, diesel or auto gas was offered free of cost for every litre of engine oil purchased at all 15 outlets of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) in the city on Thursday. And the response to the offer led one to think that petrol certainly deserved to be called ‘liquid gold.’

“Car owners purchased five litres of engine oil and got five litres of free petrol or diesel. Similarly, truck drivers got up to 20 litres of diesel for free. It was a bonanza that many could not believe,” said R. Karthikeya Narayanan, proprietor of a fuel station at Ponmeni Bypass Road.

T. Arivazhagan, who purchased one litre of engine oil and got it filled in his two-wheeler on the spot, said: “I don’t remember exactly when I changed the engine oil. Still, I preferred to change it now because they offered petrol for free.”

BPCL’s Territory Manager B. Senthil Kumar said the response to the offer was “terrific” though it was the first time that the public sector oil company had come out with such an offer at all of its outlets in the city under the title ‘One Day Wonder.’

The company had released teaser advertisements through FM radio for over a week stating that December 19 is going to be a wonderful day.

Only on Wednesday, it announced why the day was going to be wonderful.

“The offer was not restricted to purchase of engine oil. Even those who purchased LPG hoses sold through BPCL distributors under the brand name of Suraksha at a cost of Rs.180 a piece were given vouchers entitling them to free petrol/diesel for Rs.50,” Mr.Kumar added.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 481478.ece
Last week (in all BPCL outlet) they have given free engine oil for who purchased any amount of Petrol. This week vise versa :)
 #10737  by Sundar
 December 21st, 2013, 11:15 am
Sixteen players, including two from Madurai, who have been selected for the national-level cricket tournament for the physically challenged in Vadodara in Gujarat from December 24 to 26, were felicitated here on Friday.

C. Sivakumar, the captain, and R. Rajesh Kumar, hail from Madurai.

Both the players have also been selected to represent India in an international tournament to be held in England next year.

Twelve States are expected to take part in the Vadodara tournament. A two-day camp was held in the city on Thursday and Friday.
 #10748  by M.Mohamed Rafi
 December 24th, 2013, 11:47 am
Blanket ban on all community gatherings and especially the "Thevar Jayanthi" at Madurai is the real need of the hour , which incite communal tension and violence, shattering and disgracing , the image of our Madurai. Alas our city has to bear the brunt for the misdeeds of others. only when these communities gain literacy, proper education will then good sense will prevail among them to treat others equally. These vicious politicking exercises are organised and sponsored by the power elite , only to exploit them.Let us responsible Maduraiites and forumers unite and work together to get rid of this scourge and stigma about our beloved city.By the way thank you for publishing this excellent article.
 #10876  by Jayvjay
 January 10th, 2014, 2:54 pm
Corporation to patrol river bank to stop dumping of waste

MADURAI: The city corporation has planned patrolling of the Vaigai river banks to prevent deliberate dumping of solid and sewage waste in the river. The conservancy inspectors and workers would take out patrolling of the river banks regularly and penalise anyone found littering the river, an official statement from the civic body stated. It has been found that garbage, vegetable and fruit waste, meat waste, rotten flowers and food items and sewage water is being dumped in the river bed. Anyone found littering the river would be penalized, the statement observed. The civic body also warned the defaulters with criminal action through the police department.

Corporation commissioner, Kiran Gurrala said the measure was taken after deliberate dumping by individuals and commercial establishments during night time was found. The individuals would be penalised with fine while the commercial establishments will be recommended for the suspension of their licences, he warned. "The monitoring mechanism of patrolling is mainly derived to prevent deliberate dumping by individuals and establishments and the penalty will depend on the circumstances like their economic background, repeated offences," he said.

However, the real challenge lies in preventing the sewage contamination from numerous sewage outlets flowing into the river from the city areas. With underground drainage (UGD) system yet to be completed fully, the good amount of city's sewage water flows into the river through Panthalkudi channel from Sellur tank. Commenting on it, commissioner said the corporation is drawing long-term measures also to prevent the sewage contamination of the river.

Though patrolling is a good initiative , its efficiency in curbing this menace will be successful only if the nearby fruit mandies are relocated to another place .

The waste dumpers are
1. Rotten fruits , agri-waste like banana trunks,sugarcane leaves .
2. Small iron vessel makers
3. Slaughter animals remains .
4. Domestic waste.
5. Unbelievable waste during Lord Kalalaghar festival crowd .

Apart from this , the major havoc is due to sewage pumping by the corporation itself . I cant understand how this is accepted by the TNPCB . What prevents them taking cognizant of this menace by themselves long ago ? is a big question . :bash: :bash:

It is evident that gov. & its officials are in a mood always to work only under PIL's ,court's order . : firing: : firing: : firing:

Vaigai should be clean all through the year , not only during Kalalaghar enty , Maa Madurai Potruvom .

But the only ray of hope is our Corp. Commissioner Kiran Gurrala ...
 #10929  by Sundar
 January 21st, 2014, 11:12 am
Armed with gloves, masks and bins, Corporation officials and sanitary workers and students of Meenakshi Government College for Women started a two-day clean-up drive of the Vaigai on Monday Morning.

The exercise, initiated under the ‘Alagiya Madurai Maanagar Thittam’ (AMMA Scheme), began in the presence of Corporation Commissioner Kiran Gurrala and Mayor V.V. Rajan Chellappa. The Mayor said that through this cleanliness drive, they hoped to involve the public and spread awareness of the need to keep the river free of pollution.

“We will also address the issue of sewage being discharged into the river. We plan to have two garbage lorries stationed on the river banks to collect garbage through the day,” he said.

The Vaigai river bed, which is dry in most parts, is often used as a garbage dump by people in the surrounding areas as well as passers-by. People just fling garbage bags into the river. Encroachments along the banks also pose a problem.

The clean-up drive will cover a six-km stretch between Vilangudi and Teppakulam (PTR bridge). Nearly 150 National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers from Meenakshi college took part in the drive on Monday and more students and organisations are expected to join the clean-up drive on Tuesday.

The bulk of the work will, however, be carried out by 200 Corporation conservancy workers. They will make use of 12 tractors, 2 tipper lorries and four small machines.
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 599502.ece
 #10945  by Sundar
 January 22nd, 2014, 3:38 pm
About 100 delegates representing reputed eye hospitals from across the world have arrived in Madurai to participate in the first annual meeting of the World Association of Eye Hospitals (WAEH) in India. The five-day event commenced here on Tuesday with a board meeting of WAEH. The meet would be officially inaugurated on Wednesday.

Aravind Eye Care System, Madurai, is hosting the eighth edition of WAEH meet that commenced in 2007.

Ophthalmologists and eye surgeons will discuss various developments and problems in their field during the sessions. Representatives of hospitals, including some centuries-old eye hospitals, are attending the event, said Johannes Cornelis Adrianus, president of WAEH.

Various topics, including digital innovations in eye-care and extended roles of non-medical staff, apps in healthcare, current and future developments in the ambulatory care environment, future healthcare and technology to improve efficiency will be discussed elaborately, Adrianus said.

The meet is an opportunity for WAEH members to interact and exchange knowledge about professional topics.

R D Thulasiraj, executive director of Aravind Eye Care System, said latest technology available globally is available in India also. Medical tourism is picking up in India with several foreigners from small developing nations arriving. All new technologies and methods in the field would be shared during the gathering, said.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city ... 200514.cms
 #10993  by M.Mohamed Rafi
 January 29th, 2014, 4:35 pm
This is in connection with news regarding patrolling by the MMC to prevent dumping of wastes in the river Vaigai, which flows through Madurai.Though it is a good move , it seems it would not be much effective. First the attitude of the Citizens / public should change, to a good extent. It should start with shunning harmful practices like :- Indiscriminate littering, dumping of waste in the public places, defecation in nooks, crannies and dead end streets, violation of Traffic rules,putting up Flex boards , Sticking of unsightly posters / handbills, planting plywood cut outs for cine stars , blaring loudspeakers at functions , lighting crackers at marriage and funerals , vandalism, misusing of public property which are rampant at our Madurai , which are a menace and disgrace to our Madurai.This tendency stems from the fact that swelling idle populace, with no work to do worthy indulge in such anti-social activities, sullying the inmage of Madurai. For instance , most of the public urinate with impunity, near the entrance to the Arappalayam Bus stand (Near the Water tank) and the stench from the pool of urine is unbearable, inhygienic and offensive , sullying the image of Madurai in the minds of outsiders.and as usual the Corporation is as ever uncaring and apathetic. How outrageous , isn't? Let us first initiate action to clean it up first and deal it with others issues eventually. PUBLIC DEFECATION should be declared a punishable offence and severe punishments should be imposed to discipline the violators. We have to go a long way. But it is still achievable.
 #11040  by Jayvjay
 February 9th, 2014, 8:16 pm
Madurai Corpn to promote use of cycles

MADURAI: The Madurai Corporation has planned to pedal its way to a greener city by promoting the usage of cycles.

The civic body that administers the second largest city in Tamil Nadu has come up with a proposal to set up exclusive cycle paths, establish cycle stations in about 100 spots in the city and introduce cycle sharing concept where public can hire a bicycle from a cycle station near their house and leave it at a different station in another destination, say a work place or bus terminus.

"We have submitted the proposal to the state government. We have to conduct a detailed study to give the plan a concrete shape," said corporation commissioner Kiran Gurrala. Besides setting up cycle stations, the corporation has also planned to put up exclusive cycle tracks. Ten stretches including Lake View Road, Panagal Road and Sivaganga Road have been identified for laying cycle tracks.

According to the proposal prepared by the corporation with support of Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) and presented during a conference on "Sustainable cities through transport," held in Chennai recently, about 10% of people in Madurai use cycles for their everyday transportation.

If the growth of vehicles continues at the same pace, the number of cycles would come down to 8% in the next five years, says the proposal. However, the civic body aims at arresting this negative trend and increase the usage of cycles from 10 to 18%. Simultaneously, the corporation also hopes to bring down usage of cars and motorcycles from the present 28 to 14%.

Kiran Gurrala said that cycle stations would be set up in various places of the city, where the civic body would keep cycles ready to use for the public. The idea is that an individual can take the cycle by producing his identity card and ride it to the destination he plans to visit. There, he could leave the cycle at the nearest cycle station. "The modalities for using the cycles, places where the cycle stations would be set up are being worked out," he said. Cycle sharing concept is already in vogue in 600 cities across the world and hugely successful as a viable mode of transport in countries like China, France, UK and USA, according to ITDP.

"The thrust across the world is on cutting down pollution. If usage of cycles is encouraged, we can bring down pollution as well as traffic congestion," said mayor V V Rajan Chellappa, who recollected that they used to have a similar cycle sharing concept during his college days in Karaikudi.

A novel but challenging initiative by MMC. :thumbup: Let us hope Madurai will be the first in TN to implement this ....
 #11360  by Admin
 April 28th, 2014, 12:24 pm
மதுரை தமுக்கம் மைதானத்தில் ஒவ்வொரு ஆண்டும் சித்திரை திருவிழாவின் போது அரசு பொருட்காட்சி நடத்தப்படுவது வழக்கம். இந்த ஆண்டுக்கான பொருட்காட்சி இன்று (ஞாயிறு) மாலை தொடங்குகிறது. இந்த பொருட்காட்சியில் பல்வேறு அரசு துறைகளின் அரங்குகள் அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளன. மேலும் வீட்டு உபயோக பொருட்கள் விளையாட்டு பொருட்கள் ஜவுளி மற்றும் கைத்தறி ரகங்களின் விற்பனை அரங்குகள் அமைக்கப்பட்டு உள்ளன. மேலும் குழந்தைகளுக்கான பொழுதுபோக்குக்கு ராட்டினம் மற்றும் உண்டு மகிழ உணவு கூடங்களும் அமைக்கப்பட்டு உள்ளன.

இன்று மாலை நடை பெறும் தொடக்க விழாவில் தமிழக அரசின் செய்தி மக்கள் தொடர்பு துறை செயலாளர் ராஜாராம், இயக்குனர் மகேசன் காசிராஜன், மாவட்ட கலெக்டர் சுப்பிரமணியன் ஆகியோர் கலந்து கொள்கிறார்கள்.

சித்திரை திருவிழாவின் முக்கிய நிகழ்ச்சியான திருக்கல்யாணம் வருகிற 10–ந்தேதியும், திருத்தேரோட்டம் 11–ந் தேதியும், கள்ளழகர் ஆற்றில் இறங்கும் நிகழ்ச்சி 14–ந்தேதியும் நடைபெற உள்ளது. இவ்விழாவில் லட்சக்கணக்கான பக்தர்கள் கலந்து கொள்வார்கள்.

எனவே பாதுகாப்பு ஏற்பாடுகளும் தீவிர படுத்தப்பட்டு வருகிறது. உள்ளூர் போலீசாருடன் வெளி மாவட்ட போலீசாரையும் பாதுகாப்பு பணியில் ஈடுபடுத்த திட்டமிட்டு இருப்பதாக போலீஸ் அதிகாரி ஒருவர் தெரிவித்தார்.

http://www.maalaimalar.com/2014/04/2716 ... ition.html
 #11371  by ananth
 April 30th, 2014, 3:16 pm
Admin wrote: எனவே பாதுகாப்பு ஏற்பாடுகளும் தீவிர படுத்தப்பட்டு வருகிறது. உள்ளூர் போலீசாருடன் வெளி மாவட்ட போலீசாரையும் பாதுகாப்பு பணியில் ஈடுபடுத்த திட்டமிட்டு இருப்பதாக போலீஸ் அதிகாரி ஒருவர் தெரிவித்தார்.

http://www.maalaimalar.com/2014/04/2716 ... ition.html
already Madurai is suffering from severe water scarcity. We are having chitrai festival also. So may be in my opinion we could have avoided this exhibition this year.
 #11374  by Jayvjay
 April 30th, 2014, 4:09 pm
ananth wrote:
Admin wrote: எனவே பாதுகாப்பு ஏற்பாடுகளும் தீவிர படுத்தப்பட்டு வருகிறது. உள்ளூர் போலீசாருடன் வெளி மாவட்ட போலீசாரையும் பாதுகாப்பு பணியில் ஈடுபடுத்த திட்டமிட்டு இருப்பதாக போலீஸ் அதிகாரி ஒருவர் தெரிவித்தார்.

http://www.maalaimalar.com/2014/04/2716 ... ition.html
already Madurai is suffering from severe water scarcity. We are having chitrai festival also. So may be in my opinion we could have avoided this exhibition this year.

Ellam oru vasulukaga than ... ;). Chennai has 5 big lakes but here even small kanmois are not spared ... Keta development nu solluranga ...
 #11455  by Sundar
 June 19th, 2014, 4:00 pm
Payment of 7 types of taxes is possible; ICICI Bank roped in

Payment of corporation taxes in Madurai is now just a click away with the launch of online tax payment facility on Wednesday.

The Madurai Corporation, in association with ICICI Bank, introduced the online system to make it easy for the public to pay their taxes by logging onto the website www.maduraicorporation.in

Taxes to be paid to the corporation such as property tax, water charges, professional tax, drainage maintenance tax, vacant site tax, non-tax (lease) and D&O tax (trade and licence fees) can be remitted online by using debit card, credit card or net banking facility.

A nominal charge will be collected from the online tax payer for every transaction along with service tax.

Corporation Mayor V.V. Rajan Chellappa formally introduced the online payment system in the presence of Commissioner C. Kathiravan and senior officials from ICICI Bank here.

Speaking on the occasion, the Mayor said 32 banks had been enlisted to enable their customers to make online tax payment, and the customers could use their respective bank cards or net banking facility.

“We wanted to make it easy for the people to pay their dues to the corporation. Tax payers, especially senior citizens, will find it very convenient. If online payment picks up, the corporation too will get its revenue in time,” he also added.

Making a brief presentation about the online facility, the bank officials said the tax payer had to mention his or her assessment number and ward number to make the payment.

There is, however, a clause which makes it mandatory for the clearing of outstanding dues to the corporation before making fresh payment. The payment will be possible only after old dues are cleared. ICICI Bank had provided the payment gateway to collect taxes.

Deputy Mayor K.Thiraviam, Assistant Commissioner A. Devadoss and senior ICICI Bank officials, including Regional Head (Retail Banking) J. Srinivasan Iyengar, Assistant General Manager (Government Banking) A. Senthil Raj and Cluster Branch Manager Stanley Balsingh, were present.
 #11456  by Sundar
 June 19th, 2014, 4:01 pm
Lorry parking near Veli streets objected in council meeting

Onion and fruit markets operating near Simmakkal in the city will soon be shifted to Mattuthavani to decongest traffic, especially in Veli streets.

The Madurai Corporation has identified a site behind Mattuthavani bus stand where market facility will be provided for onion and fruit traders in about six months.

This announcement was made in the Corporation Council meeting held here on Wednesday, where councillor S.T. Jayabalan raised the issue of inconvenience caused to the public because of parking of lorries near the four Veli streets.

Replying to the member’s question on what steps had been taken by the authorities to prevent lorry movement in the city during peak hours, City Engineer A. Mathuram said the corporation had already worked out a plan to shift the onion market to Mattuthavani.

“Vakkil New Street and East Marret Street face congestion due to lorry movement. In six months, we will shift the markets,” he said.

However, Mr. Jayabalan appealed to Mayor V.V. Rajan Chellappa to immediately take up the issue with traffic police for regulating lorry movement near Veli streets till the shifting was done.

“Earlier, there used to be particular timings for entry of lorries into the city. But now the lorry booking offices are keeping their vehicles in Simmakkal area, making the movement of buses and other vehicles difficult,” he noted.

MLA attends meet

Madurai Central MLA R. Sundarrajan attended the council meeting which was held for the first time after the Lok Sabha elections. The last meeting took place in February and the monthly council meetings were not convened since the model code of conduct was enforced.

Mr. Sundarrajan, who has won on a Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam ticket, read out a list of developmental works needed for his constituency which, he said, he had taken to the attention of Chief Minister Jayalalithaa when he met her. The MLA’s demands placed before Corporation Council include providing public amenities in Aruldosspuram, Thathaneri, Government Rajaji Hospital, completion of works near Koodal Alagar Temple, cleaning up Anuppanadi water channel and sprucing up areas surrounding Sri Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple.
 #11744  by abu tasneem
 September 3rd, 2014, 12:23 pm
செப்டம்பர் 6ம் தேதி தென்மாவட்ட மாணவர்களுக்கான சிறப்பு பாஸ்போர்ட் மேளா!


மதுரை: மதுரை கோச்சடை பாஸ்போர்ட் சேவை மையம் சார்பில், மாணவர்களுக்கான சிறப்பு பாஸ்போர்ட் மேளா செப்.,6ல் நடக்கிறது. இதில் தென் மாவட்டங்களை சேர்ந்த மாணவர்கள் பங்கேற்கலாம்.

இதற்கு அவர்கள் ஆன்லைனில் பதிவுசெய்து, விண்ணப்ப பதிவேடு எண்ணுடன், அனைத்து உண்மைச் சான்றுகளுடன் செப்., 3 முதல் 5ம் தேதி வரை பாஸ்போர்ட் அலுவலகத்தில் நேரில் முன்அனுமதி பெற்று, விண்ணப்பங்களை சமர்ப்பிக்க வேண்டும்.

பிறப்பு சான்றிதழுக்கு, 26.1.1989க்கு முன் பிறந்தவர்களுக்கு எஸ்.எஸ்.எல்.சி., மதிப்பெண் பட்டியலும், அதன்பின் பிறந்தவர்களுக்கு பிறப்பு சான்றிதழும் அவசியம். விண்ணப்ப முகவரி உட்பட விபரங்களுக்கு, http://www.passportindia.gov.in ல் அறிந்து கொள்ளலாம். 18 வயதுக்கு கீழ் உள்ள மாணவர்களுக்கு பெற்றோர் ஆவணம் ஏற்கப்பட்டு, போலீஸ் அறிக்கை இன்றி பாஸ்போர்ட் வழங்கப்படும்.

பெற்றோருக்கு பாஸ்போர்ட் இல்லையெனில், மாணவர்களுக்கு போலீஸ் அறிக்கை பெற்று தரப்படும். வெளிநாடு செல்ல தடையின்மை சான்று பெற, 10, 12ம் வகுப்பு கல்விச் சான்றை சமர்ப்பிக்க வேண்டும். விடுதி மாணவர்கள் எனில், பெற்றோர் முகவரி ஆவணம், பள்ளி படிப்புச் சான்றிதழ், அடையாள அட்டையை சமர்ப்பிக்க வேண்டும். 18 வயதுக்கு கீழ் உள்ள மாணவர்கள் எனில், இணைப்பு எச் படிவத்தை இணையதளத்தில் பெற்று சமர்ப்பிக்க வேண்டும்.

பெற்றோர் வெளிநாட்டில் வசித்தால், பாதுகாவலர் சமர்ப்பிக்கலாம். இதற்கு தேவையான ஆவணங்கள் குறித்து இணையதளத்தில் அறியலாம். விபரங்களுக்கு 0452252 0795ல் தொடர்பு கொள்ளலாம் என மண்டல பாஸ்போர்ட் அதிகாரி மணீஸ்வரராஜா தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.

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 September 3rd, 2014, 12:24 pm
செப்டம்பர் 6ம் தேதி தென்மாவட்ட மாணவர்களுக்கான சிறப்பு பாஸ்போர்ட் மேளா!


மதுரை: மதுரை கோச்சடை பாஸ்போர்ட் சேவை மையம் சார்பில், மாணவர்களுக்கான சிறப்பு பாஸ்போர்ட் மேளா செப்.,6ல் நடக்கிறது. இதில் தென் மாவட்டங்களை சேர்ந்த மாணவர்கள் பங்கேற்கலாம்.

இதற்கு அவர்கள் ஆன்லைனில் பதிவுசெய்து, விண்ணப்ப பதிவேடு எண்ணுடன், அனைத்து உண்மைச் சான்றுகளுடன் செப்., 3 முதல் 5ம் தேதி வரை பாஸ்போர்ட் அலுவலகத்தில் நேரில் முன்அனுமதி பெற்று, விண்ணப்பங்களை சமர்ப்பிக்க வேண்டும்.

பிறப்பு சான்றிதழுக்கு, 26.1.1989க்கு முன் பிறந்தவர்களுக்கு எஸ்.எஸ்.எல்.சி., மதிப்பெண் பட்டியலும், அதன்பின் பிறந்தவர்களுக்கு பிறப்பு சான்றிதழும் அவசியம். விண்ணப்ப முகவரி உட்பட விபரங்களுக்கு, http://www.passportindia.gov.in ல் அறிந்து கொள்ளலாம். 18 வயதுக்கு கீழ் உள்ள மாணவர்களுக்கு பெற்றோர் ஆவணம் ஏற்கப்பட்டு, போலீஸ் அறிக்கை இன்றி பாஸ்போர்ட் வழங்கப்படும்.

பெற்றோருக்கு பாஸ்போர்ட் இல்லையெனில், மாணவர்களுக்கு போலீஸ் அறிக்கை பெற்று தரப்படும். வெளிநாடு செல்ல தடையின்மை சான்று பெற, 10, 12ம் வகுப்பு கல்விச் சான்றை சமர்ப்பிக்க வேண்டும். விடுதி மாணவர்கள் எனில், பெற்றோர் முகவரி ஆவணம், பள்ளி படிப்புச் சான்றிதழ், அடையாள அட்டையை சமர்ப்பிக்க வேண்டும். 18 வயதுக்கு கீழ் உள்ள மாணவர்கள் எனில், இணைப்பு எச் படிவத்தை இணையதளத்தில் பெற்று சமர்ப்பிக்க வேண்டும்.

பெற்றோர் வெளிநாட்டில் வசித்தால், பாதுகாவலர் சமர்ப்பிக்கலாம். இதற்கு தேவையான ஆவணங்கள் குறித்து இணையதளத்தில் அறியலாம். விபரங்களுக்கு 0452252 0795ல் தொடர்பு கொள்ளலாம் என மண்டல பாஸ்போர்ட் அதிகாரி மணீஸ்வரராஜா தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.

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