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Bamboo Events

Is it going to be one among the event management companies in Bangalore and Chennai or will they preform special as they were in Coimbatore

Yes! Bamboo Events an event management company from for Coimbatore has started its operations in Bangalore and Chennai. Whats special with this? We have been following few of the event management companies in coimbatore on presentation style and technology used. And Bamboo Events has always ranked No.1 in our list. Reason is the team and their way of thing even for the smallest and not noted presentation or in simple words detail in everything. The artist team they select for the event is the next highly noted point. Of course the technology they use is far more advanced. 

Now we came to know that Bamboo events has started its operations in Bangalore and Chennai. And this were we are curious to see how they preform in these market were few giants gamble.

Hope they preform on a positive note. We congratulate team Bamboo Events. 


Airtel brings 4G to Coimbatore

Airtel launches 4G trials in Coimbatore


Coimbatore, 11th June 2015: Bharti Airtel Limited (“Bharti Airtel”), a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, today launched 4G trials in Coimbatore. As part of this, all Airtel customers & customers from other networks joining Airtel can enjoy 4G at 3G prices and experience blazing 4G speeds. The company will use this trial phase as an opportunity to gather valuable customer feedback around the quality of its 4G services and assimilate these market insights into Airtel’s wider agenda of building a world-class 4G network infrastructure for the city.


Coimbatore of old brought alive through photographs, heritage walk.

The Coimbatore Corporation organised a photo exhibition and heritage walk here on Wednesday to mark the 210th year of formation of Coimbatore as district headquarters.

The exhibition had 40 photographs of heritage buildings, important places in the city and the great men the city had seen and 30 paintings of heritage buildings and places in the city.


It was inaugurated by Archana Patnaik, the District Collector, in the presence of A.K. Viswanathan, City Police Commissioner, and K. Vijayakarthikeyan, Corporation Commissioner. The event was supported by non-government organisations Siruthuli, Residents' Awareness Association of Coimbatore, INTACH, TASK and Jama’at-e-Islami Hind.

The photographs were taken from the collections of S.M. Sriramulu Naidu, the founder of Pakshiraja Studios, K. Maruthachalam, Managing Director of Photo Centre, G.K. Sundaram, former Chairman of Lakshmi Mills, and Rajesh Govindarajulu, Managing Director of Hiranmayi Jewelers. The paintings were from the Vanavarayar Foundation.

The heritage walk started from the corporation office and covered historic buildings like the house of Rathnasabapathy Mudaliar, a former municipal chairperson, the clock tower, St. Michael's Cathedral, Moses Gnanabaranam Eye Hospital and the cinema Theatre Delite.

The corporation school students and members of the public participated in the walk.


Historian C.R. Elangovan, who has authored eight books on Coimbatore, explained the historic importance of each building to the people.

Given the declining interest in books, such events have become necessary to encourage youngsters to learn the heritage of the city, he said and added that the next time, though, it should be organised on a bigger scale.


Coimbatore, Pune among 100 Kushal Centres across the country

Coimbatore: Coimbatore and Pune are the first among the 100 Knowledge Upgradation Centres for Skilled Human Action and Learning Action (KUSHAL) proposed by the HRD ministry.



The Centres, proposed to be in place within one year, will coordinate with the entire skill development efforts of Higher Education Institutions, H Devaraj, Vice-Chairman, UGC said, addressing the 24th Graduation Day of SNR Sons College, here.

Funded by the Ministry, the guidelines on the scheme are being framed by UGC, Devaraj said.

Time has come for educational institutions to introduce skill-based courses, he said, adding a mere degree during this technology savvy era will not give jobs.

UGC has already come out with Faculty Recharge Programme, which was aimed to induct exceptional candidates, with notable record of research in international/frontier area of skill, who will spearhead internationally competitive research programme along with their teaching responsibility, he said.

UGC has also come out with three-year Bachelor of Vocational Course, with a grant of Rs two crore, Devaraj said.

Similarly it was giving funds to start a course under Community college programme, under 12th  Plan, particularly to tackle the unemployment problem.  

Source: Zee News


Drumbeats from the Japan liven up Coimbatore

Over 1,400 people in the city were enthralled by the energy in the air that was created by Wadaiko, a Japanese drum performance by a band named Bachi Atari, who came all the way from Tokyo to the city on Friday. 

Tetsu Minegishi, the main drummer, and Masashi Okawa and Yuhei Motoyama, his partners created magic with the drums and two different percussion instruments that left the crowd asking for more. 

"The instruments are called tsuzumi, chappa, atarigane and daitaiko," said Shanmuga Priya, director, ABK-AOTS Dosokai, Tamil Nadu Coimbatore chapter. 

The performance of Wadaiko, traditional Japanese drums made famous by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Japan this year, was organised in the city by The Japan Foundation, New Delhi, and The Consulate-General of Japan (CGJ) at Chennai in association with ABK-AOTS Dosokai, Coimbatore chapter. 

"The city reminds us a little of Tokyo as the climate of Tokyo is similar to Coimbatore's," said Kaayoko Furukawa, consul, CGJ. "We are overwhelmed by the response that we got here and will definitely come back to host a Japan film festival very soon," she added. 

Even though the performers could not speak English, they said they communicated with the audience through their music. 

"The energy level in the city was very high and we enjoyed the vigour and reaction of the audience that encouraged us to perform diverse beats," said Tetsu. 

"We loved the music. Even though it looked similar to our temple instruments, they sounded very unique and different," said Rajesh Kumar, a businessman. Several college students came directly after their classes to attend the performance. 

This was their final performance in the country as they had already performed in New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai this week. "They performed in Chennai on Thursday and came directly from there to the city," said Shanmuga Priya. 

Source: The Hindu


Fully prepared to prevent preterm baby deaths: CMCH officials

In the wake of the spate of deaths of newborn babies at the Dharmapuri Medical College Hospital at Dharmapuri, the Coimbatore Medical College Hospital has reviewed its practices over the last couple of days.

A Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (CEmONC) centre, constructed at a cost of Rs. 6.38 crore, was inaugurated this June at the CMCH, which has among the highest referral rates among Government Hospitals in the State.

Sources told The Hindu here on Thursday that senior doctors, including the Dean S. Revwathy, undertook rounds of the wards including the labour ward, the neonatal intensive care unit and the labour ward regularly.

The CEmONC centre would remain operational round-the-clock with a team of paediatricians, gynaecologists, anaesthetists and medical officers. It will have three intensive care units (ICU), one each for eclampsia (life-threatening complication during pregnancy), for women with excessive bleeding during or after delivery and one for patients after caesarean section

The CMCH recorded between 15 and 20 deliveries per day, with the monthly average ranging from 500 to 600. Between 10 and 15 caesarean sections were being performed daily. It treated patients from several Western districts and even from border districts of Kerala.

The equipment that were necessary to take care of preterm babies were checked periodically. It also had 25 incubators, in addition to an equal number at the CMCH's Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit, besides other equipment.

A senior doctor said that most pregnant women coming to the medical college hospitals were ‘high risk’ as a majority of the normal deliveries now occur at the Primary Health Centres.

The ratio of ‘high-risk’ and normal patients was almost 50:50 at the CEmONC centre, which provided comprehensive emergency care for both women and newborn babies under one roof. The neonatal mortality rate for the Coimbatore region was seven per 1,000 births. For the CMCH, the figure rose to 19 per 1,000 births due to the concentration of high-risk cases.



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