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The Hindu – June 21, 2016

The Times of India – June 21, 2016

DT Next – June 22, 2016

News Today – June 21, 2016


The New Indian Express – June 16, 2015

The Hindu – Aug. 12, 2015

Deccan Chronicle – August 11, 2015

Deccan Herald – August 22, 2015


The Hindu – June 19, 2014

First Post – August 22, 2014

DNA – August 13, 2014

India Today – August 22, 2014

NDTV – August 22, 2014


The Hindu – August 13, 2013

The New Indian Express -August 19, 2013


Times of India – July 8, 2010

The Hindu – July 8, 2010

Deccan Chronicle – July 8, 2010







  1. vijee

    “Participation in these events is purely voluntary. Anyone who loves the city is free to join,” Mr. Muthiah said.

    Well said Sir!

  2. vijee

    “Participation in these events is purely voluntary. Anyone who loves the city is free to join,” Mr. Muthiah said.

    Well said Sir!

  3. shan

    Dear all

    The Department of History and Tourism – Stella Maris College is organising Madras Day Celebrations from 29th to 31st August 2016 on the theme “SINGARA CHENNAI…It’s all about NammaOoru…!”
    Madras Week Talk
    A Heritage Talk by Mr. PradeepChakravarthy on Saturday 27th August 2016 at 12.30p.m.
    Day 1 – 29th August 2016 (10:00am to 4:00pm)
    1. Exhibition on Tamil Nadu Cuisine –
    2. Exhibition stalls by students and other organisations

    Day 2 – 30th August 2016 (10:30am to 4:00pm)
    Exhibition stalls on:
    1.Miniature Models of Heritage buildings (institutional and government)
    2.Old and New Movie clippings or posters
    3. Videos on old cities and streets of Madras
    4.Names and Taglines of the streets and places of Madras
    5.Photo Booth – with Heritage cut outs as the backdrop
    7. Handmade greeting cards, badges, bookmarks, mehendi designs on culture and heritage
    9. Display of literary works relating to Madras and oldpaper cuttings

    Day3 – 31 August 2016 (10:30am to 12:00noon)
    1. Quiz for School Students
    2. Heritage walk in Stella Maris College Campus

    All are invited to see the exhibition.

  4. Manoj Kumar

    A ride in Open Top Bus to celebrate Chennai’s Birthday

    CHENNAI : Ever imagined going around Namma Chennai in an open top double-decker bus? This is what The New Indian Express, jointly with NAC Jewellers, offers for the next one week as the city clocks in its 377th birthday.

    To be flagged off at Gandhi Statue, Marina Beach at 7.45 am on Sunday by R Natraj, retired IPS officer and Mylapore MLA, the bus will cover city’s landmarks, places of interest and feature interesting stopovers.

    As part of the week-long celebrations, that will end on August 28, many interesting activities are planned – tidbits of the city’s heritage, visits to landmark places, talks on the city and quiz on the city.

    Also, an interactive session ‘archaeospeak’ with Fulbright scholar Dr. Suresh on ‘What it is to be an archaeologist in Chennai’ will be organised for children.

    Eminent story tellers from the team of Dr Eric Miller, Director, World Storytelling Institute, would tell stories about Chennai’s historic heritage. Also, interactive sessions, personal stories, archaeological facts are also planned as part of Madras Week celebration for students from select schools in Chennai.


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