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We vehemently condemn the blatant denigration of Andal by Manonmaniyam Sundaranar University

It is terribly dis-heartening to hear that one of the old universities in Tamil Nadu and which also occupies the blissful position of being in the neighborhood of Sri Villiputhur has committed a blatant and horrendous blunder of scribbling garbage on Andal.

A following report has been sent to appropriate authorities on the same.

Dear Team,

There is a highly disparaging and highly disgusting denigratory attempt of Manonmaniyam Sundaranar University against Andal who is worshipped as a consort of Lord Vishnu and author of Thiruppavai and a number of literary works which are part of Naalayira Divyap Prabhandham.

The in-detail news coverage is at A snapshot of the same is also enclosed along with this note.

The most highly derogatory remarks like Andal being treated as a call-girl and a lesser known/unknown king had been acting as a sugar-dadd…

Saturday movie -- Engeyum Eppodhum in local channel

Today I had an opportunity to watch a good tamil movie called Engeyum Eppodhum in the local cable channel. Amidst a lot of weird violence and rampant flirting-laden movies, this seems to stand out in very different ways besides having a little personal touch for obvious reasons. This post would not be another movie review but an endeavor to touch base on a few points which appealed to me.

I like the route number '123' (Trichy to Chennai). :)While both the actresses (Anjali and Ananya) have done a commendable performance, the innocent smile and role of Ananya (as Amutha) seems to be drawing more of my attention.

Furthermore, the way she presents herself and the sense of humor makes me recall something someone I had an opportunity to meet in the (recent) past. Perhaps the lightening speed appearance of that physical entity and the disappearance in the same speed is another significant thing to note here at least in this context.

Thanks to Ananya in being a vehicle facilitating a …

A venerable optimistic spam ...

For the past few days, this organization called 'Continental Broadcasting' regularly sends me this interesting spam unsolicited invitation to become part of their Verified Professionals.

I am not sure what makes it distinguish them from LinkedIn and how it is going to advance my missions and goals. Another scammer with an intent to rip-off money?

Anyways, I should thank them for optimistically making me feel like a celebrity besides giving me and GMX an opportunity to test our anti-spam engines.

RIP Dilip!

Dilip, an actor better known in the movies of Visu significantly in Samsaram Adhu Minsaram (as Peter Fernandez) and Penmani Aval Kanmani is no more.

He breathed his last and succumbed to a cardiac failure on 25th May 2012.

Some of the best song-performances of Dilip are:

'Janaki Devi Ramanai Thedi' ('Moongil Ilai' ( I dedicate the post whose album video was prepared with Moongil Ilai as the inspiration. It is unfortunate that a lot of major things happened in the memorial day weekend of 2012.