Dhanalakshmi College of Engineering, the brain child of Prof Dr.V.P.Ramamurthi, the former Professor of Anna University is located near West Tambaram

Dhanalakshmi College of Engineering, the brain child of Prof Dr.V.P.Ramamurthi, the former Professor of

Anna University is located near West Tambaram and has been offering 6UG and 4PG courses in

Engineering for the past 16 years.

A unique feature of DCE is, its commitment to the overall development of all its students, and so

today we proudly celebrate the Placement Day at Chinmaye Heritage Centre, Chetpet. The Most

befitting Personality Madam Mrs.Hema Gopal, Former Vice President TCS, is the Chief Guest for this

function. 443 offers will be rolled out to 334 students here. The College is pleased to inform that the

placement cell has organized for 86 campus recruitment drives and 28 off campus drives resulting in

97% of students being placed in 84 companies. Some of the major recruiters include IBM, ZOHO,

Virtusa-Polaris, NTTData, Axles India HTC etc. Around 120 students have more than 1 offer and 78 of the

students have done internships in the “Earn While You learn” model.

The above achievements were made possible because of the intensive training programmes

being offered in communication skills, aptitude and technical skills.

The Management takes immense pleasure in congratulating the team of trainers, placement

department and the students who were spearheaded by Mrs.K.S.Roopa, CEO, for this excellent achievement. 

பழங்குடியினர் மாணவர்களுக்கு இலவச மடிக்கணினி வழங்கப்பட்டது.

சென்னை சோழிங்கநல்லூர் அடுத்த கிழக்கு கடற்கரை சாலையில் அமைந்துள்ள தேசிய ஊணமுற்றோர் நிறுவணம் சார்பாகா  ஆட்டிசம், மூளை முடக்கு வாதம், கண் மற்றும் காது குறைபாடு போன்ற இயன்முறை பட்ட படிப்பு இளநிலை படிப்பு பேச்சுக்கான படிப்பு என தொடச்கப்பட்டன. இந்நிறுவணத்தில்  முதலாவது பட்டய படிப்பு முடித்த மாண மாணவிகளுக்கான பட்டமளிப்பு விழா நடைபெற்றது. இவ்விழாவில் தமிழ்நாடு டாக்டர் எம்.ஜி.ஆர் மருத்து பல்கலைகழ துணைவேந்தர் டாக்டார் கீதா லட்சுமி கலந்து கொண்டு மாணவர்கலக்கு பட்டமளித்து சிறப்புரை ஆற்றினர். இவ்விழாவில் இந்திய அரசின் செயளாலர் என்.எஸ்.கான் அவர்களும் இந்திய அரசு பேராசிரியர் ஜெயச்சந்திரன் மற்றும் டாக்டார் லீலாவதி அவர்கள் சிறப்பு விருந்தினராக கலந்து கொண்டு மாணவ மாணவிகளை வாழ்த்தினர்.

            மேலும் விழாவின் ஒரு பகுதியாக வட மாநிலங்களில் இருந்து இங்கு வந்து பயிலும் தாழ்த்தப்பட்ட மற்றும் பழங்குடியினர் மாணவர்களுக்கு இலவச மடிக்கணினி வழங்கப்பட்டது.

CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN A MAJOR PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM.

By Dr.Georgi Abraham, Latha Kumaraswami TANKER FOUNDATION

Chronic kidney disease of unknown origin (CKDu) is an emerging public health problem in

the south asia region with a population of 1.7 billion people. How does it differ from other

forms of kidney disease. It is prevalent in certain geographical areas of the developing

countries, it affects mainly the people belonging to lower socio economic status, the age

group is young adults and middle aged, seen predominantly in farming communities, many

members of the family are affected, it is progressive, the cause is not known. They have no

risk factors such as diabetes mellitus or hypertension.

In the South Asian region it is prevalent in the north central province of Srilanka such as

Anuradhapura,Polonnaruwa and Badulla districts, in the endemic area and Hambantotakl

district in the non endemic area. In India in the state of Andhra pradesh Srikakulam district

(Udhanam) which is a coastal area with beautiful landscape, greenery and fertile land,

Prakasam are predominantly affected with nearly 13% of the population having different

stages of CKDu.Clusters have also been identified in Goa and Orrisa.

The Srilankan President His Excellency Maithripala Siresena has formed a presidential task

force for urgently looking at the screening prevalence and management of the patients

afflicted with CKDu . A fund has been created named ISN Gardiner initiative for training and

research in to CKDu in Srilanka. The stake holders are Srilankan society of Nephrology,

The National Science Foundation of Srilanka Regional WHO and the government of

Srilanka with local , regional and international participations. The patients have been

grouped in to different stages of CKDu. And those who are in Stage V are being provided

Dialysis, Transplantation with the help of the Government in Srilanka. As the Investigations

for risk factors for CKDu Arsenic, cadmium, lead, selenium, pesticides and other elements

were analysed in biological samples from individuals with CKDu and compared with age-and

sex matched controls in the endemic and non endemic areas food, water, soil and

agrochemicals from both areas were analysed for heavy metals. However the issue of

genetic predisposition has not been looked at which is a daunting task due to the expenses

involved. In one of the studies performed by Professor Gangadhar Thaduri Nephrologist

from Andhra Pradesh found high silica content in the water and soil of Udhanam and in the

urine of patients.

While speaking to Professor Muhibur Rahman Nephrologist from Dhaka , Bangladesh

recently stated that they see a fairly large number of patients with Chronic Kidney disease of

unknown cause. He said that the use of agrochemicals as fertilizers in Bangladesh led to

increase content of Cadmium in rice and vegetables available in Bangladesh (published

scientific data) .Cadmium in excessive amount produces kidney disease. However no

studies have been done to identify whether CKDu in regions of Bangladesh exist or not .As

the infrastructure for studying CKDu is unavailable at this time in Bangladesh a consorted

effort by the Bangladeshi Nephrologists will be done in future to look for CKDu. CKDu

information is not available from Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan.

Just to explain about CKDu : The Kidney has four compartments are shown in the Fig :1

they are the blood vessels which supply and take out blood from the glomerulus (filter), the

glomerulus, the tubules which drain the urine, the interstitium which occupies the area

between the tubules. CKDu is predominantly a disease of the the tubules and interstitium

contrary to diabetes mellitus and hypertension which produce damage to the blood vessels

and glomerulus. The reason for the involvement of the tubule and the interstitium remains a

mystery in CKDu. The tubule undergoes atrophy and interstitium develops scars (fibrosis) a

condition called tubulo interstitial fibrosis (IFTA). Nobody knows why this happens and are

there up regulation of genes in the tubulo interstitial region in producing IFTA in CKDu.

THE CURRENT STATE OF MANAGEMENT IN INDIA

The Government of AP has taken initiative to collaborate with ICMR whose Director General

Dr.Soumya Swaminathan has deligated a scientific team including Dr.Prabdip Kaur to

support the efforts. The TANKER FOUNDATION has been requested to convene a meeting

of the core group of Nephrologists, Pathologists, Epidemiologists,Genetis and other

environmental scientists from South Asia region to identify the cause of CKDu screening

programmes, surveillance, follow up of the patients in already existing regions and new

geographical locations in India and other regions. Professor Chacko Jacob (Vellore),

Professor Sanjay Agarwal (AIMS New Delhi), Professor Ravi Raju (Vice Chancellor AP

Medical University) will lead the different groups for discussion under the leadership of

Professor Georgi Abraham and Latha Kumaraswamy of TANKER FOUNDATION. The

group is joined by experts from Srilanka, Professor Chula Herath (President of Srilankan

Society of Nephrology),Dr.Nalika Sepali Gunavardhana (WHO) who have advanced in their

initiatives in tackling CKDu in Srilanka.

The objectives of the Core group meeting is to define CKDu in India, find out regions with

CKDu which are not identified, look at the different causes which can lead to

CKDu,Management of patients stratifying them in to various stages of CKD 1 – 5 . Provide

Dialysis treatment to patients at stage V CKD.

The Srilankan Government has taken initiatives to prevent environmental contamination by

pesticides and other environmental toxins and provide safe drinking and cooking water.

Professor Georgi Abraham and Dr.Prabdip Kaur from India were invited and involved in

tackling the CKDu in Srilanka as members of the presidential task force and WHO. The

respective state governments in India and health authorities with politicians and beurocrates

philanthropic organizations and scientists should work together to support the society with

CKDu.

There should be special training for Nephrologists and physicians in environmental

Nephrology with epidemiologists and social workers in addressing the issue of CKDu. The

Indian Society of Nephrology under the presidentship of Professor Chacko Jacob and

Secreatary Professior Narayan Prasad and Editor in Chief of the Indian Journal of

Nephrology Professor Sanjay Agarwal will use the Journal for disseminating the knowledge

on CKDu continuously.

The CKDu core meeting supported by TANKER FOUNDATION and MADRAS MEDICAL

MISSION HOSPITAL will hopefully work as a platform for the care of CKDu in the South

Asia Region.

Ruhaan misses another win by a whisker

Siena (Italy), May 15: Ruhaan Alva, a 10-year old schoolboy from Bengaluru, India, missed a second consecutive win in the 60cc class by a whisker and settled for second spot in the third round of the Italian Easykart Championship here on Sunday.

In a thrilling 14-lap final, Ruhaan, supported by Italian kart manufacturer Birel Art, started second on the grid, but moved to the front of the 23-kart field on the second lap and held position despite close attention from his MLG Racing team-mate Lorenzo Patrese and Andrea Pirovano.

The trio was bunched tight after 12 laps before Ruhaan was pushed wide on a right-hander which effectively cost him a possible victory as he had to rest content with second place at the finish behind a late-charging Daniele D’Urso who now heads the championship.

The podium spot took Ruhaan to fourth in the championship with 48 points having missed the first round when he competed in the 60Mini category before opting for the for the more competitive higher class.

Earlier, Ruhaan topped the pre-Final race starting from fifth as he led eight of the 11 laps to make up for a disappointing Heats outing when he finished fifth. The points from these two outings put him second on the grid for the Final.

Ruhaan’s next outing in the championship is on June 10-11 in Lonato where the fourth round is scheduled to be held.

DLF Cybercity Chennai (IT- SEZ) announces Phase III Completion beginning Q3, 2017

                                                        

Chennai, 10th May 2017 DLF Cybercity Chennai, the largest and most successful operational project in South India, today announced Phase III completion beginning Q3, 2017 ofits IT SEZto commemorate the tenth anniversary of the DLF Cybercity Chennai.Reaffirming the company’s commitment to the city of Chennai, DLFannounces the planned readiness of phase IIIof its state-of-the-art Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Mount Poonamalle Road, Manapakkam being ready for handover for Fit-outs beginning Q3 ‘17.Keeping in view the strong demand from both existing and new tenant opportunities, DLF Cybercity Chennai has already commenced the construction of three new blocks totaling 1.6 mlnsq. ft.with an investment of approx. Rs 500 Cr.  

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Amit Grover, Director, DLF Offices said, “DLF is proud of its ten-year track record of organic and strategic growth and sustained profitability while delivering best eco system of workplace comprising a plethora of futuristic amenities.Over the last 10 years, we’ve passed one milestone after another to redefine our strategic commitment to achieve sustainable development goals for the multi-national and larger Indian company tenants at DLF Cybercity Chennai.And with the launch of Phase III we promise to further enrich our customers by providing them breakthroughintelligent workspace at par with the best in the world.”We are very delighted that DLF today provides infrastructure, operational excellence & experience for its 55 Global and Indian companies operating their software, R&D, Design and BPO Centers and 65,000 tenant associates. It is also part of the success story to help our tenant companies to contribute to export to the tune of 42,000 Cr.

Mount PoonamalleeRoad  is the most strategic location in Chennai with proximity to Airport, Chennai Trade Centre, Multi-Specialty Hospitals, Hospitality, Newer Residential developments and Retail Facilities. The location is in close proximity to the major inter transit rail Hub at Alandur.

Mr. Grover further added, “DLF Cybercity Office Space is a testament of our commitment towards value creation, collaboration, well-being and happiness of our tenants and the project is been aligned with the requirement of a new age corporate address. We are firmly focused on promoting productivity and a positive work culture. We are confident that Cybercity Chennai Phase III will further strengthen our office portfolio across the country. Phase III development will add 1.6 mlnsq.ft of premium office space and contribute approximately 134 cr annually in earnings to DLF”.

The new blocks will have state-of-the-art infrastructure featuring a central plaza based on the highly successful concept of Cyberhub, Gurgaon, a 1200 seaterfood hall cum multi-cuisine food court,  New Sports Hub, Crèche, Day Care, Banking & Financial Service and convenience facilities along with exclusive Health &Fitness Zone.

DLF has always been extremely responsive to the changing and evolving dynamics of the economy and has delivered optimum value for its valuable customers on the back of its strong research, development and designing pool of experts. With a total revenue earning of 1970 croresin FY 15-16 and projected earnings of 2131croresin FY 16-17, the success of DLF’s construction & rental leadershipis a testimony to the robustness of its business model. DLF SEZ Campushas been supportive to providedirect employment to about 62,729 employees and generated approximately 5,523 in-direct employment opportunities.The total dollar revenue earnings from its clientele is worth Rs 42, 405 Cr approximately.

The Indian office IT SEZ space is currently in the range of approximately 500 million square feet of grade ‘A’ space pan India and is growing at an average of 10% per year of existing asset base. With a total available market size of around 40-45 million square feet per annum pan India, Chennai has a net absorption of 5-6 mlnsq.ft and is ranked third after Bangalore (8-10mlnsq.ft) and Hyderabad (5-6 mlnsq.ft). The NCR region including Gurgaon and Noida has a net absorption of 3-4 mlnsq.ft and the figure for Mumbai stands at 4-5 mlnsq.ft.

Chennai Cybercity commenced its operations in 2007 and today stands as DLF’s second largest market for Office Development outside of Gurgaon.Strategically located inGuindy region and in close proximity of to the Airport; directly linked to the Metro, this one-of-its-kind multi-block campus development is a benchmark business destination offering world class workspace, exceptional infrastructure and facilities. The integrated technology park is coming up alongside a cohesive Sports Hub with outdoor sporting facilities like Volley Ball, Basket Ball and Exercise Zone including a 4 acres landscaped OXY zone with an aim to promote fitness & healthy environment in the workplace, where a worker today, spends about 80% of his/her awake time. The development will also feature dedicated retail, entertainment and amenities block.Construction of the USGBC Platinum LEED Certified blocks are in full swing and when completed would accommodate additional 15,000 tech worker in the campus. The Block is slated for delivery for client fit outs by Q3 2017 and operations by Q4, 2017.Once completed the campus will be the largest operational IT project in Chennai with a total area of 7.2 Mnsq.ft. This new blocks would also serve as a commemoration of the one decade of successful operations of DLF Cybercity, Chennai.

Phase I and Phase II of DLF Cybercity, Chennai today is the largest operational IT SEZ in South India. The 42 acres projectwith 10 blocksis 100% operational and occupied by top Indian & International IT companies like IBM, Cognizant, Symantec, CSC, Logica CMG, Barclays, iGate, TCS, L&T Infotech, E&Y Global, BnY Mellon, Accenture (alphabetically) and many more with employee base of over 65,000. DLF Cybercity follows a centralized core design philosophy for maximum efficiency. With a dedicated fire station for the IT park buildings and the first and only 60 meters high skylift for emergencies, DLF cyber city is the preferred IT workplace for fortune 500 and top IT/ITES companies. The prestigious workplace destination is built on international standards designed by M/s Hafeez Contractor and includes best master plan specifications such as traffic planning, rain-water harvesting, safety, oxyzone, security and sustainabilitymeasures,and amenities. Built over an area of5.6 mlnsq.ft, DLF Cybercity Chennai has been conferred with renowned awards like Sword of Honour by British Safety Council, LEED Platinum Certification (O&M) by the US Green Building Council and the Best Private SEZ in Tamil Nadu for 3 Years by the Ministry of Commerce and Industries. Following are the testimonials from the some of the prestigious clients and partners of DLF IT SEZ,Chennai:- DLF Cybercity Chennai stands testament to the fact that you can’t go wrong when you design safe, sustainable, cost effective and flexible workspaces that are occupier- centric. – Ramesh Nair, CEO & Country head, JLL India  

We, petrofac Engineering Services, were the first company to begin operations in DLF Cybercity Chennaiten years ago, We have taken our growthjourney with DLF Chennai team from a 3 people to a 20,000 people office.  We must say that the entire facility including the operations and maintenance team of DLF Chennai are extremely cooperative. The safety and security measures adopted here and the environment in and around the facility are managed brilliantly by the DLF team. We have our offices all over the world but our office in DLF Chennai is one of the best and most admired by our corporate leaders. –KRSR Krishna, Vice President, Petrofac International Limited 

DLF CybercityChennai is a world class, occupier –centric office eco-sphere. Our best wishes for completing 10 years and 10 continued success. – Anshul Jain, Managing Director, Cushman & Wakefield 

We have been operating from DLF Cybercity Chennai for almost years now and are very delighted with the overall support that the DLF team provides. In terms of location and accessibility. It is very convenient to our employees and its world-class facilities and infrastructure always excite our customers. –SrinivasanAlagarswamy, Managing Director, Solartis Technology Services

About DLF Offices:

DLF is the preferred IT workspace developer for Fortune 500 and Top IT/ITES Companies like IBM, Accenture, Barclays, TCS, Google, Genpact, GE, Citibank, Cognizant. Today, DLF boasts of satisfied IT/ITES clients operating their Global back offices, Off-shoring centers, R&D centers in our 27 mlnsq.ftof workspaces spread over key locations like New Delhi, Gurgaon, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Chandigarh.

DLF’s IT Parks / IT SEZs and office complexes are at par with the biggest and the best of the world, reflecting the best of engineering, development, construction practices and maintenance of the new generation workplaces. DLF, the largest real estate company in India, has always met its clients’ business needs and requirements on time through its construction capabilities, deliverables and facility maintenance standards. With approximately 15mln sq. ft. of IT / ITES SEZ operational space and with our PAN India SEZ development plan, we are en route building an upgraded India.

 

US based GP Strategies to expand presence in India Acquires Emantras;

US based GP Strategies to expand presence in India Acquires Emantras; To focus on Corporate Learning Market

GP Strategies Corporation (NYSE: GPX),$490.5M Global Performance Improvement Solutions leader is targeting the domestic learning market with some aggressive moves. Last month, it completed the acquisition of certain assets and the business of Emantras, an innovative digital education company that provides engaging learning experiences and effective knowledge delivery through award-winning digital and mobile solutions.

Emantras strengthens GP Strategies’ eLearning development capabilities in India, allowing it to better serve its domestic & global customer base with the latest digital learning solutions.

Scott Greenberg, GP Strategies’ Chief Executive Officer, stated, “The acquisition of Emantras brings us greater technical expertise in the eLearning arena, allowing us to leverage resources while also enhancing our service offerings to our global customer base. We are delighted to have Emantras, an inventive solutions provider, as part of our company.”

The acquisition of Emantras adds on an employee base of more than 130 professionals at GP Strategies, Chennai, taking their total strength of learning professionals in India to approximately 270.The Indian Operations targets Rs.100 crores revenue from the niche Corporate Learning Market in India.

It is more than 10 years now since we entered India and we are serving Global clients. Now we see a clear opportunity in the Indian Market and therefore, we have initiated the first step by acquiring Emantras.

About GP Strategies Corporation 

GP Strategies Corporation (NYSE: GPX) started in 1966. This 50 year old truly global performance improvement solutions provider and a global leader in sales & technical training, eLearning solutions, management consulting and engineering services. GP Strategies’ solutions improve the effectiveness of organizations by delivering innovative and superior training, consulting and business improvement services, customized to meet the specific needs of its clients. Clients include Fortune 500 companies, manufacturing, process and energy industries and other commercial &government customers.

  • In 2006, GP Strategies opened its first office in India in Chennai.
  • From 2006 onwards the Company has seen strategic acquisitions of companies such asSandy Corporation, RWD, Blessing White, Bath Consultancy Group, and many more.
  • Today, GP Strategies serves a variety of industries in no less than 24 countries on four continents, proudly making it a global performance company.

Indian Operations GP Strategies(India)has been functioning from its Chennai Corporate Headquartersfor the last 10 years serving its global customers in multiple Indian cities.

The Company is seeing a definite shift in the way Learning is perceived by all stakeholders among corporate organizations in India. This existing need -now has a new dimension to explore. For example, what value the leaning function can bring in order to align the learning needs to the business. This leads Corporates to new thinking and ideas as they are ready to explore to expand business horizons.

Ms. Susan Sudhir, Director,Learning Operations, GP Strategies said,“Today it is not about classroom delivery alone but how learning can be constructed from scratch and then consumed to bring about desired results. This offers tremendous opportunity for us to grow. As global leaders, GP Strategies is the only service provider that has all learning solutions under one roof”.

The learning market is mostly fragmented and no single service provider offers all learning services and business models. A consolidation in the industry is expected with movement in services provided for example a shift from content development into the LMS space or a move into the education sector is being seen. GP Strategies islooking to expand itsreach to corporates in India by taking advantage of these vacant spaces and create a roadmap for that journey.

Addressing the Media, Mr. Sanjay Mandal, Country Head& Director APAC, GP Strategies said,“Learning being a complex function is no longer set to the confines of an HR department. Unlike HR which is transactional or strategic, Learning can be extremely dynamic, innovative and Strategic. The DNA of learning function is very different from any other function, so the Learning function needs help.”

It is for this reason GP Strategies is connecting with business stakeholders in India.“CEO’s can play an important part of enabling this environment where they look upon the Learning functions as key players in the room to be part of the Strategic transformation. Of course, Learning will have to raise its stakes in the game to be able to showcase the ROI.”

Finally, the Company believes that Learning acts as the eyes and ears of an organization. If the CEOrequires to look at seismic shifts in his organization, Learning could be that Richter scale that can actively provide the indicators to navigate a company in today’s business environment.To take a step forward in this regard, GP Strategies India has planned Showcase Events this year where select customers would be invited for look and feel of GP Strategies’ solutions.

Gleneagles Global Health City successfully removes the Largest Liver Tumorever reported, weighing 6.2 Kilograms

Chennai, May 11, 2017:Gleneagles Global Health City,the largest facility of Gleneagles Global Hospitals, a Parkway Pantai enterprise,hasset a new benchmark in removal of tumors from the liver in the World.The specialist team fromInstitute of Liver Disease & Transplantation at Gleneagles Global Health City, Chennai, spearheaded by Prof Mohamed Rela who has performed over 1200 liver resection operations for liver cancer,hassuccessfully performed a surgery on 66 year old ChidambaraMarathe, to remove a tumor weighing 6.2 kilograms from his Liver.The Surgery was performed byProf Mohamed Rela, Chairman & Director, Institute of Liver Disease and Transplantation, Gleneagles Global Health City andhis teamon the 31st of March 2017MrChidambaraMarathe, hailing from Bangalore, had been diagnosed with Hepatitis B infection about 10 years ago and was undergoing antiviral treatments.In 2013,Mr. Marathe was also diagnosed withHepatocellular Carcinomadue to 2 small lesions that were detected on his liver. Hepatocellular carcinomas are liver tumors that commonly develop in patients with cirrhosis, which has formed due to viral infection (hepatitis B or C), excessive alcohol intake or fatty liver disease. Post this diagnosis, in January 2014, MrMarathe,had to undergoTransarterial Chemoembolization (TACE) a targeted chemotheraphyin order to treat these tumors. But unfortunately, the tumor had started growing again and by the time it was diagnosed the tumor had grown to the size of full term twine pregnancy.

At this stage, MrChidambaraMarathe,was in severe pain distension of the abdomen due to the tumor.During this time, Mr. Marathe had consulted various hospitals across India but was turned down due to the technical difficulty of removing such a large tumor and the high risk of complications given his age and condition.  An attempt at surgery was made at Bangalore, but was abandoned due to severe bleeding during the surgery.  Mr. Marathe was then referred to Prof Mohamed Rela, Chairman & Director, Institute of Liver Disease and Transplantation, Gleneagles Global Health City, Chennai for further treatment.

“Mr.Marathe was in severe pain and was very confused when he was brought into our facility in Chennaias. He had already undergone the ordeal of an attempted surgery due to which the family and patient had lost all hope of recovery”, recalls Prof Mohamed Rela, Chairman & Director, Institute of Liver Disease and Transplantation, Gleneagles Global Health City. “Imaging showed a large tumor of about 25cm in size occupying the entire abdomen.. The only chance of survival for Mr. Marathe was to remove the tumor. After a detailed evaluation, we decided to go ahead and remove the tumor. Given Mr. Marathe’s age the risk involved in the procedure was very high and I am very glad that we were able to successfully remove the tumor and provide Mr. Marathe and his family with some much needed respite”.Prof. Rela added.

Dr. Mettu Srinivas Reddy, Senior Consultant, HPB & Liver Transplantation, Institute of Liver Disease and Transplantation, Gleneagles Global Health City said, “Liver tumors which develop in patients with chronic liver disease are best treated at an early stage provided the best outcomes. We advise regular checks for these patients with blood tests and ultrasound scans at 6 monthly intervals to ensure early diagnosis. Delayed or incomplete treatment leads to recurrence within the liver and spread to other organs. It’s very uncommon that these tumors reach such a size. Surgery for these tumors is challenging because of the risk of heavy bleeding and liver failure after surgery. We evaluated the patient extensively prior to the surgery, explained the risks of the procedure to the patient and his family and then proceeded with the surgery”. 

The surgery lasted over 8 hours and the specialist team from Institute of Liver Disease & Transplantation at Gleneagles Global Health City was able to remove theentire tumor along with a small part of his large intestine as part of the tumor was in contact with it. The tumor after removal weighed 6.2 kilograms and according to reports largest liver tumor removed anywhere in the World. The surgery was completed on the 31st of March post which Mr. Marathe was shifted to the intensive care unit for further observation.

 

தமிழ்நாடு பால் முகவர்கள் தொழிலாளர்கள் நலச் சங்கம் 10ம் ஆண்டு துவக்க விழா

சென்னை ஷெனாய் நகர்  தமிழ்நாடு பால் முகவர்கள் தொழிலாளர்கள் நலச் சங்கம் 10ம் ஆண்டு துவக்க விழா எழும்பூர் அரசு குழந்தைகள் நல மருத்துவமனை இணைந்து மாபெரும் இரத்ததான முகாம் மற்றும் மோகன் பவுண்டேசன் பல்லுறுப்பு தான மையம் இணைந்து உடல் உறுப்புதான விழிப்புணர்வு முகாம் நடைபெற்றது. இதில் நூற்றுக்கும் மேற்பட்டோர் இரத்ததானமும்,  நூற்றுஜம்பது பேர் உடல் உறுப்பு தானமும் தானக முன் வந்து தானம் செய்தனர். துவக்கி வைத்தவர் காவல்துறை வ.சாணக்யன்செல்வராஜ், தலைமை சு.ஆ.பொன்னுசாமி நிறுவனர் மாநில தலைவர், மாநில இணைச்செயலாளர்கள் எஸ்.வெங்கடேசபெருமாள், எஸ்.எம்.குமார், எம்.சத்திவேல்,  மாநில  பொதுச்செயலாளர் கே,எம்.கமாலுதீன், டாக்டர்கள் ராகவன்,அஸ்வின்குமார்.

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சென்னை மேற்கு தாம்பரம் முத்துரங்கம் பூங்கா அருகே  அமைந்துள்ள அருள் மிகு ஸ்ரீ நாகேஸ்வரி அம்மன் ஆலயத்தின் 23 ஆம் ஆண்டு சித்ரா பெளர்ணமி சிறப்பு வழிபாடு நிகழ்ச்சியாக 365 பேர்  பால்குடம் ஏந்தி திருவீதி உலா வந்து அம்மனுக்கு அபிஷேகம் அலங்காரத்துடன் நடைபெற்றது மதியம் அறுசுவை அன்னதானம் மஹாயாகம்,மஹா தீபாராதனை ஜோதி தரிசனம் வெகு சிறப்பாக நடைபெற்றது ஆலய நிர்வாகிகள் சிறப்பகா வழி நடத்தினர்.

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 சென்னை அடையாறு முத்தமிழ் பேரவை,இராசரத்தினம் கலையரங்கத்தில் அம்பேத்கர் மக்கள் படை போராளி மு.மதிபறையனார் பொன் விழா மற்றும் போர்களத்திற்கு அகவை  50 கவிதை நூல் வெளியீடு, சாதி ஆணவப் படுகொலையை தடுத்து மத்திய மாநில அரசே புதிய சட்டம் இயற்று என்ற தலைப்பில் கருத்தரங்கம் நடைபெற்றது. தலைமை மாநில இலக்கிய அணி செயலாளர் கவிஞர் கு.தென்னவன், நூல் வெளியீட்டு கருத்துரை கம்யூனிஸ்ட் கட்சி மூத்த தலைவர், ஆர்.நல்லகண்ணு,  நூல் பெற்று கருத்துரை சென்னை உயர்நீதிமன்ற நீதிபதி (ஓய்வு) நீதியரசர் கே.சந்துரு, முனைவர் செந்தில் மா.இ.பொ.செயலாளர்,வழக்கறிஞர் க.சண்முகம் சென்னை உயர்நீதிமன்றம்,நன்றியுரை ம.   பகத்சிங் , ம.பாரத் மற்றும் ஏராளமானவர் கலந்து கொண்டு சிறப்பித்தனர்.