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Pondicherry SSLC Toppers talk with THE HINDU

Diligence the reason behind success

Staff Reporter

Toppers adopted tension-free approach in the days leading to examination

— Photo: T. Singaravelou

(From left): A. Sudha, S. Manikandan, G. Revathi, D. Tamizharasan.

PUDUCHERRY: Reporters and photographers have been swarming National English High School in Abishekapakkam since the SSLC results were announced on Wednesday morning. And in the midst of it all, the cynosure of all eyes, D. Tamizharasan, Puducherry topper and second in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry together in the SSLC exams, was basking in all the well-deserved attention. After all, it has taken him almost 10 hours of study a day to get a whopping 494 out of 500.

"It's a long-time aim that I have fulfilled by becoming a topper," he says with a grin. In the last three months before the exams, Head Master and mathematics teacher S. Arumugam coached him for an extra four hours, to help him score a centum in the subject. Mr. Arumugam credits Tamizharasan for inquisitiveness for all things beyond the world of academics, sincerity and capacity for hard work as reasons for his success.

His father, who works as Head Constable at the office of the Director-General of Police, his mother, a homemaker and his older sibling have all been encouraging and supportive, and so have friends, with whom there is no ego, Tamizharasan acknowledges. "This is the result of a lot of hard work," he emphasises.

Sincerity and diligence, combined with steadfast determination, are what helped G. Revathi, student of Vivekananda Higher Secondary School, come second in Puducherry and third in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry together with a score of 493 on 500. "I have wanted to be an SSLC topper since I was a child and today I have achieved it," she says confidently. Although she likes painting, Revathi admits to being a studious type, who has always done well in academics. "While her mother has motivated her, all credit goes to Revathi herself, who really needs no pushing to do well," reveals M. Gopalakrishnan, Revathi's father.

What Revathi and her classmate A. Sudha, who has emerged third in Puducherry State with only one mark behind Revathi, have to say about their teachers is that they were always eager to clear doubts and conducted frequent tests to improve their performance. "I was able to study without any tension," she says with a shrug, adding that her father, who works in a grocery store, and her homemaker mother sat up with her whenever she studied.

A tension-free approach was also adopted by S. Manikandan of Thiru Vi Ka Government High School, who also emerged third in Puducherry, and first among all government schools in the State. "I love cricket, and I play it everyday. When an India match is on, I find it hard to resist watching television," he confesses. But during exam time, he gave up watching TV to attain his objective of standing first among all students. Thiru Vi Ka has the pride of also producing another government school topper, K. Saranraj.

What all these kids surprisingly have in common (apart from the centum in science) is the ambition of becoming doctors some day. Knowing their determination and diligence, they will probably all make it.

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Matriculation toppers reveal their secrets

Staff Reporter

(From left): M. Anand, S. Karthik, Shrreya Agarawal, S. Swapna

PUDUCHERRY: What does one expect from conversations with toppers? Here are excerpts from those on top of the charts in this year's matriculation stream results:

"The exams felt like class tests. The presence of external invigilators was what made them slightly different," says Shrreya Agarawal of St. Patrick Matriculation Higher Secondary School, who has stood first in Puducherry with 497 on 500. Before you can recover from the shock of that revelation, Shrreya adds that she did not stop any of her extracurricular activities, which include dance, karate and drawing, till the end. "There was no tension or pressure from my parents' side. There was only inspiration from my brother who topped in 2004," says the wonder kid.

"I wanted to be Rank 1. I was expecting more in English, but I was let down," rues S. Karthik of Petit Seminaire Higher Secondary School, despite a total of 488 (with 91 in English), emerging second in Puducherry in the matriculation stream. In order to do well in Class X, Karthik gave up his extracurricular activities after Class IX. In addition, he quit watching television and woke up at 5 a.m. every morning, when exams were nearing. And he is determined to do the same in two years' time. "I want to come first in Class XII, and I will try very hard," he says with steely determination.

"I would like to thank my parents, teachers and friends for all the support…" rattles off M. Anand of St. Patrick Matriculation Higher Secondary School. When reminded that it sounds like an Oscar acceptance speech, he points out that this is a big achievement for him. After all, coming second in Puducherry with a 488 on 500 is not a joke. 'Daily lessons daily' has been his mantra for success. "Never more than two hours of studies a day. I couldn't resist the TV though; I watched the IPL, movies and music channels during exams. While Sanskrit was pretty easy, I put in a little extra effort for mathematics," he reveals, having ended up with a centum and 99 respectively.

"I took no strain. I planned out exactly what had to be done, and studied only what was necessary," says S. Swapna of St. Joseph of Cluny Matriculation Higher Secondary School, third in Puducherry, only one mark behind Karthik and Anand in total. "I also slept a lot. It helps increase memory," she adds casually. Does she also want to be a doctor like all the other toppers? Surprisingly, Swapna differs in that respect too. Chartered Accountancy or company secretaryship is her choice of career.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Rajya Sabha polls: Left, MDMK to back AIADMK

Rajya Sabha polls: Left, MDMK to back AIADMK

Special Correspondent

— Photo: S.S. Kumar

(From left) CPI State deputy secretary C. Mahendran, CPI(M) State secretary G. Ramakrishnan and MDMK general secretary Vaiko, called on AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa at her residence in Chennai on Tuesday.

Chennai: The Left parties and the Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam have decided to support the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam in the Rajya Sabha elections next month.

Communist Party of India (Marxist) State secretary G. Ramakrishnan, MDMK general secretary Vaiko and Communist Party of India State assistant secretary C. Mahendran handed over letters of support to AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa at her Poes Garden residence on Tuesday.

Mr. Vaiko told newspersons that the AIADMK had sought the support of alliance partners in the Rajya Sabha election. "We have extended our support whole-heartedly," he said, adding that the AIADMK would field two candidates.

Mr. Ramakrishnan said the AIADMK general secretary had sent a letter expressing a desire to field two candidates for the Rajya Sabha seats falling vacant in Tamil Nadu. As the Centre and State governments were following anti-people policies, the CPI(M) state executive committee had decided to support the AIADMK, he said.

According to Mr. Mahendran, the CPI decided to support the AIADMK after considering the Rajya Sabha election from the standpoint of the continuing political struggle to defeat the Congress-DMK combine in the future.

On why CPI State secretary D. Pandian, who was thought to be one of the contenders for the Rajya Sabha seat, was absent, Mr. Mahendran said that Mr. Pandian could not attend the meeting as he was out of station. Given the strength of the three parties in the Assembly, the AIADMK can win two of the six seats falling vacant. The AIADMK has 57 members, the CPI(M) nine, the CPI six and the MDMK three. A total of 34 votes are necessary to ensure a candidate is elected to the Rajya Sabha.

The executive committee of the AIADMK is meeting on Thursday.

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AIADMK to contest 2 RS seats as Left, MDMK assure support

TNN, May 26, 2010, 06.32am IST

CHENNAI: With the Left parties and the MDMK extending support to the AIADMK in the Rajya Sabha polls, the party said on Tuesday that it would field two candidates for the biennial elections, nominations for which open on May 31.

The AIADMK has 57 seats in the assembly, the CPM nine, the CPI six and the MDMK three. Given this strength, the combine can get two AIADMK candidates elected to the Rajya Sabha. One of them is expected to be Dr S Venkatesh, a relative of AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa's aide Sasikala and head of the party's youth brigade. It is being speculated that the other candidate could be a woman or a dalit.

MDMK general secretary Vaiko, CPM state secretary G Ramakrishnan and CPI state deputy secretary Mahendran called on Jayalalithaa at her residence here and discussed the coming RS polls for 45 minutes . The three parties agreed to support the AIADMK candidates , a press release said.

DMK-Cong will win 4 seats

CHENNAI: The DMK-Congress alliance is in a position to win four seats to the Rajya Sabha from Tamil Nadu. The DMK is said to be considering former member of parliament KP Ramalingam and former MLA Kanchana Kamalanathan. It remains to be seen if PMK's Anbumani Ramadoss will get DMK president M Karunanidhi's nod for the fourth seat as there is stiff opposition within the DMK for the PMK's reentry into its fold.

The Congress, with 35 seats, has a claim to one of them, and E Sudarshana Nachiappan is likely to be renominated. In the event of the DMK parting with one more seat for the Congress , TNCC president KV Thangabalu and former Union minister EVKS Elangovan were likely contenders, sources said.

The AIADMK decision to contest both seats put an end to speculation that Jayalalithaa could part with one seat for her allies, with Vaiko and CPI state secretary D Pandian being seen as claimants. Emerging from the meeting with Jayalalithaa, Vaiko said, "Responding to her request for support, we have given letters of support. She thanked us and we discussed ways to strengthen the alliance."

Asked whether he was expecting a seat, Vaiko said the idea was no more than a creation of the media. CPM secretary G Ramakrishnan said the party's support to the AIADMK was aimed at defeating the anti-people policies of the governments at the Centre and in the state. Asked about Pandian's absence at the meeting with Jayalalithaa, Mahendran said Pandian was out of town.


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AIADMK to contest two Rajya Sabha seats

By IANS May 25th, 2010

CHENNAI - The AIADMK will be contesting for two Rajya Sabha seats from Tamil Nadu, one on its own and the other with the support of its allies. This was decided after a meeting between the opposition parties here Tuesday.

The ruling DMK-Congress combine is expected to bag the remaining four seats in the state.

Contrary to expectations, MDMK leader Vaiko is not a contestant for one of the six Rajya Sabha seats from Tamil Nadu, falling vacant next month for which elections are slated June 17.

On Tuesday evening, leaders of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and the Communist Party of India (CPI) and the MDMK met AIADMK general secretary J. Jayalalithaa at her residence and offered their support.

Jayalalithaa had earlier written to the allies seeking their support for her party's candidates for the Rajya Sabha elections.

At the meeting, Jayalalithaa thanked the leaders of friendly parties for their support.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Vaiko said on the request of the AIADMK for support in the June 17 Rajya Sabha elections, the allies have decided to support its candidates.

G. Ramakrishnan, CPI-M's Tamil Nadu secretary, said the ruling parties at the state and the centre are following "anti-people policies" and hence his party has decided to extend support to the AIADMK.

The party wise position in the Tamil Nadu assembly is DMK 99 members, AIADMK-57, Congress-36, CPI-M-9, CPI-6, MDMK-3, VCK-2, DMDK-1, Independent-1, Unattached-1, Nominated-1, Speaker-1.


Monday, May 24, 2010

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Google, Sony among world’s most reputed companies

'Google, Sony among world's most reputed companies'


Internet search titan Google and electronics giant Sony are among "the world's most reputed companies", as customers have placed a lot of faith and trust in these firms, says a study.

The world's most reputed companies list compiled by the U.S.—based brand and reputation management consulting firm Reputation Institute has been topped by Google followed by Sony.

The list is made on the basis of admiration, trust and good feeling that consumers have towards a company.

Entertainment and media firm The Walt Disney Company and German luxury car maker BMW have been ranked at the third and the fourth place respectively while auto maker Daimler/ Mercedes—Benz secured the fifth place in the world's 28 most reputed companies.

"Top rated Sony and Google were consistently strong around the world, with Sony scoring among the top five in all regions and Google in four of the five regions. Google did not make it into Asia's top five," the survey said.

In the Asia region, The Walt Disney Company got the top rank, followed by Daimler/Mercedes—Benz, BMW, Sony and Singapore Airlines.

The list has 12 American companies while there are three each from Germany and Japan.

Besides, technology giant Apple bagged the sixth rank, handsets maker Nokia (seventh), Sweden's retailer IKEA (eighth), car—manufacturer Volkswagen (ninth) and Chip maker Intel (10th).

"Technology has a powerful grip on the global rankings.

Companies like Google, Sony, Apple, Nokia, Intel, and Microsoft have earned our trust and respect because they are all—pervasive solution—providers that affect our daily lives," said Reputation Institute Chairman Charles Fombrun.

Mr. Fombrun added, "Disney's global mind—share as an entertainment provider is remarkable, as is the admiration with which consumers hold auto—makers BMW and Daimler/Mercedes—Benz. They are power—houses of reputation— building around the world."

The report also found that Apple, Ford, Google, Nestle and Sony enjoyed better reputation globally compared to their home markets.

The survey was conducted on 600 largest companies from 27 countries, out of which 28 were selected for the list.

Others on the list are Microsoft (11th), Johnson & Johnson (12th), Panasonic (13th), Singapore Airlines (14), Philips Electronics (15th),IBM (17th), Hewlett—Packard (18th), Nestle (20th), Honda Motor (24th), Coca—Cola Company (25th) and Procter & Gamble (27th).


ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank not Indian-owned: Centre

ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank not Indian-owned: Centre

Govt will try to resolve their problems, says DIPP Secretary

NEW DELHI: The Central Government on Friday said ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank could not be called Indian-owned banks, setting at rest the debate generated over the nationality of the top two private sector lenders.

"At best, the two can be called Indian-controlled banks," Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) Secretary R. P. Singh said when asked about the government's stand in the wake of the two seeking clarifications on the matter.

"ICICI Bank Managing Director and CEO (Chanda Kochhar) met me two days ago and discussed the issue with me," he said.

ICICI Bank had maintained that it continued to be an Indian bank as its management and board was Indian.

However, ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank have over 74 per cent foreign holding, including that of foreign banks and overseas institutional investors. "Banks will be covered in one paper, which we are trying to bring out on the financial aspects totally... it will cover banks also," he said referring to the six discussion papers on FDI that the DIPP is planning to bring out soon.

"You know the definition of what is a company controlled by Indians and what is the definition of a company owned by Indians," Mr. Singh said. Going by the definition, they were certainly banks which were not owned by Indians, because equity of at least 74 per cent or around 74 per cent was from outside, he pointed out, buttressing the government's stand.

But they can be construed as banks controlled by Indians if the majority of directors are Indians and right to directorship is with Indians. So depending on that they are construed as banks controlled by India, but they can certainly not be called banks owned by Indians.

"There is a way of resolving their problems. We will try to find a solution for that. The handicap they are suffering, we will try to resolve," Mr. Singh said. The banks' claim that they are Indian is significant in the light of the government announcing new FDI norms last year which say if indirect FDI in an Indian company exceeds 50 per cent, its investment in subsidiaries will be treated as foreign investment.

Moreover, in calculating indirect foreign investment in an Indian entity, the sum total of FDI, stake from non-resident Indians, American and global depository receipts, foreign currency convertible bonds and convertible preference shares will be taken into account. — PTI

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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Railways eTicket and iTicket cheats public?

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Mobile Phone Radiations: violations of HC rulings

Judicial pronouncements on mobile phone radiations

Mohamed Imranullah S.

— Photo: G. Moorthy
fear of the unseen:There are contrary views over possible hazards caused due to mobile phone towers such as this in Madurai.

MADURAI: "This is an urgent plea to environmentalists and to those within the telecommunications industry, to doctors and businesspeople and government officials, that microwave radiation is an imminent danger to all of us more or less equally and that for our common survival we must immediately halt the expansion of wireless communications upon this earth. There is no greater threat to our common future," wrote Arthur Firstenberg, an American author, on June 22, 1997.

Nearly 13 years have elapsed since the statement was made. Yet, the use of mobile phones has increased by leaps and bounds and it is hard to find a family without a mobile phone even in the remotest parts of a place like Madurai. There have been apprehensions on possible health hazards caused to people living near mobile base stations and many cases have also been filed. But, a majority of the judicial pronouncements have only ruled against these apprehensions.

K.V. Vijayakumar, a lawyer who shifted his practice from the Madras High Court Bench here to the Supreme Court, points out that disposing of a case filed in 2004, a Division Bench of the Bombay High Court had directed the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry to conduct a scientific study on the issue. Accordingly, a committee was constituted in 2006 under the chairmanship of N.K. Ganguly, the then Director General of Indian Council of Medical Research.

The Committee, after extensive deliberations, opined that overall there was not enough evidence to show direct health hazards of Radio Frequency (RF) exposures from mobile base stations though subjective symptoms such as sleep disorders, cognitive disorders, memory disturbances and hearing disturbances had been reported. It also said that RF exposures from mobile base stations were much less than from radio and television transmissions.

Further, the Atomic Regulatory Board also submitted a report before the Bombay High Court stating that RF waves used for mobile phones were not covered under the definition of the term 'radiation' as given in the Atomic Energy Act, 1962. It also stated that non-ionizing radiations do not have the capability to ionize the matter with which they react.

In 2000, the Radiation Protection Division of the U.K. Health Protection Agency had reported that the balance of evidence indicated that there was no general risk to health of people living near base stations. Even the Delhi High Court while disposing of an original suit filed in 2002 opined that so far there was neither any conclusive research nor authoritative scientific evidence to show that radiations emitted by such transmission towers were dangerous to the health of human beings.

Mr. Vijayakumar also points out that on October 12, 2006, a Division Bench of the Kerala High Court headed by Justice K.S. Radhakrishnan (now a Supreme Court judge) had held that permission granted for installation of mobile base stations would neither cause any health hazard nor affect the fundamental right guaranteed to citizens under Article 21 of the Constitution.

"Right to life enshrined under Article 21 includes all those aspects of life which make it meaningful, complex and worth living. Development of Technology has its own ill-effects on human beings, but, at times people will have to put up with that at the cost of their advantages," the court had observed.

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