Chennai lad organises meetings focusing on positive thinking

At an age and time where we rarely know the family living next door, Sathish Kumar Balakrishnan’s Motta Maadi Sandhippu initiative focuses on people to overcome depression and other problems. Continue Reading

Chennai-based organisation to conduct course on self-development

Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama, Maharajapuram Santhanam Salai, T Nagar will organise a short-term course on self-development from 5 to 26 May on its premises. Continue Reading

Aim for Seva to host fund raising event

Aim for Seva is conducting the first edition of Ananda – a festival featuring music, dance and theatre, a fund raising event for three special initiatives of the charitable organisation. The event will be held at The Music Academy for three days, from tomorrow at 6.30 pm. Continue Reading

Free horoscope consultations at Ashok Nagar in Chennai

Chennai Sai Sankara and Chennai Sai Muruga Matrimonials is offering free horoscope casting facility (in Tamil or English) and palmistry consultations by palmist Thanjai Padma at Ashok Nagar for a limited period. Continue Reading

Applications invited for free Sashtiapthapoorthi rituals in Chennai

Sri Bhuvaneswari Charitable Trust, K K Nagar, is organising free ‘Samashti Sashtiapthapoorthi’ with all religious rituals for Brahmin couples from economically weak background, in April. Those who are interested have to register their names by 15 March. Continue Reading

Sixteen artists to hold show at Besant Nagar in Chennai

A group of 16 senior artists are exhibiting their paintings in different subjects at Besant Nagar on 9 and 10 March. A press release said, the event titled ‘Chennai ‘N’ Vannangal’ will have 150 to 200 paintings on display. Continue Reading

Painting exhibition in city portrays tribal life

If you happen to visit the CP Art Center at Eldams Road in the next two days, you will find out how simple dots, lines and a smattering of colours could confluence and tell the story, history and lifestyle of a race. Continue Reading