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      1. Understand the difference between “To” and “CC.” As a rule of thumb, the more people you send an email to, the less likely any single person will respond to it, much less perform any action that you requested. The people you include in the “To” field should be the people you expect to read and respond to the message. The “CC” field should be used sparingly. You should only CC people who have a need to stay in the know. The “BCC” field should be used even more sparingly. People you include in the “BCC” field will not visible to others.
      2. Keep messages brief and to the point. Make your most important point first, then provide detail if necessary. Make it clear at the beginning of the message why you are writing. There is nothing worse for the recipient than having to wade through a long message to get to the point. Worse, if you send long messages, it is much less likely that the person will act on what you have sent or respond to it. It’s just too much work. It often gets set aside and, unfortunately, forgotten.
      3. Don’t discuss multiple subjects in a single message. If you need to discuss more than one subject, send multiple e-mails. This makes it easy to scan subject lines later to find the message you need. It also contributes to briefer e-mail messages and a greater likelihood of a response. Also, the more specific you can be about your subject heading, the better.
      4. Reply in a timely manner. I don’t think e-mail demands an instantaneous response. I have written about this elsewhere. Responding once or twice a day is sufficient, unless you are in sales, customer service, tech support, or some other field where a faster response is expected. Regardless, you must reply in a timely manner, otherwise you will incrementally damage your reputation and decrease your effectiveness.
      5. Be mindful of your tone. Unlike face-to-face meetings or even phone calls, those who read your e-mail messages don’t have the benefit of your pitch, tone, inflection, or other non-verbal cues. As a result, you need to be careful about your tone. Sarcasm is especially dangerous. If something gets “lost in translation,” you risk offending the other party. The more matter-of-fact you can be, the better.
      6. Don’t use e-mail to criticize others. E-mail is a terrific way to commend someone or praise them. It is not an appropriate medium for criticism. Chances are, you will simply offend the other person, and they will miss your point. These kinds of conversations are usually better handled face-to-face or, if necessary, over the phone. Especially, don’t use e-mail to criticize a third party. E-mail messages live forever. They are easily forwarded. You can create a firestorm of conflict if you are not careful. Trust me, I’ve done it myself more than once.
      1. Don’t reply in anger. It almost never serves your purpose or long-term interests.
      1. Don’t reply in anger. In the heat of the moment, I have written some brilliant replies. I have said things in writing that I would never have the guts to say face-to-face. This is precisely why you should never ever fire off an e-mail in anger. They almost never serve their purpose or your long-term interests. They burn up relationships faster than just about anything you can do. If it makes you feel better, go ahead and write the message, then delete it. Usually a day or two after you didn’t send an angry e-mail, you’ll understand the wisdom of restraint.
      2. Don’t overuse “reply to all.” Last week I received an e-mail from someone who needed to know my shirt-size for a golf tournament. He sent the e-mail to about ten or twelve people. No problem with that. However, some of the recipients, hit the “reply all” key (out of habit, I am sure) and sent their shirt size to everyone on the list. This, of course, just adds more clutter to everyone’s already unwieldy inbox. Your default response should be to reply only to the sender. Before you reply to everyone, make sure that everyone needs to know.
      3. Don’t forward chain letters. These can be forgiven when they are from your mother, but they only add clutter in the workplace. Nine times out of ten, the information is bogus. It is often urban legend. If you feel you absolutely must pass it on, please make sure that it is valid information. If in doubt, check it out at Snopes.com, a Web site devoted to tracking urban legends and rumors.
      4. Don’t “copy up” as a means of coercion. It’s one thing to copy someone’s boss as a courtesy. I do this whenever I am making an assignment to someone who is not a direct report. (I don’t want their boss to think I am going around them, but I also don’t want to bog my communication down in bureaucratic red tape.) But it is not a good idea to do this as a subtle—or not-so subtle—form of coercion. You may be tempted to do this when you don’t get a response to an earlier request. But I would suggest that you will be better served to pick up the phone and call the person. If they are not responding to your e-mails, try a different communications strategy.
      5. Don’t overuse the “high priority” flag. Most e-mail programs allow you to set the priority of the message. “High priority” should be reserved for messages that are truly urgent. If you use it for every message (as one person I know does), you will simply be ignored. It’s like the boy who cried “wolf” one too many times.
      6. Don’t write in ALL CAPS. This is the digital equivalent of shouting. Besides ALL CAPS are harder to read (as anyone in advertising will tell you.)
      7. Don’t send or forward emails containing libelous, defamatory, offensive, racist or obscene remarks. If you do so, you can put yourself or your company at risk. You could be sued for simply passing something along, even if you aren’t the original author.
      8. Remember that company e-mail isn’t private. You have no legal protection.
      9. Remember that company e-mail isn’t private. You have no legal protection. Anyone with sufficient authority or access can monitor your conversations on company-owned servers. If you need to communicate privately, then get a free account at GMail. Use it for anything personal or private.
      10. Use a signature with your contact information. This is a courtesy for those receiving your messages. It also cuts down on e-mail messages, since people don’t have to send a second or third e-mail asking for your phone number or mailing address.
      11. Provide “if-then” options. This is another tip I picked up from Tim Ferris, author of The 4-Hour Work Week. He says to provide options to avoid the back and forth of single option messages. For example, “If you have completed the assignment, then please confirm that via e-mail. If not, then please estimate when you expect to finish.” Or, “I can meet at 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. or 2:00 p.m. Will one of those times work? If not, would you please reply with three times that would work for you?”
      12. Use your spell-checker. I take my correspondence seriously. It reflects on me. As a publishing executive, I think the bar is even higher. If I misspell words, use bad grammar or punctuation, then I think it reflects negatively on me and my company. Lapses in grammar or punctuation can be forgiven. But misspelled words are just too easy to correct. That’s why God gave us spell-checkers. Make sure yours is turned on.
      13. Re-read your e-mail before you send it. I try to do this with every single message. My fingers have difficulty keeping up with my brain. It is not unusual for me to drop a word or two as I am racing to transcribe a thought. Therefore, it’s a good idea to re-read your messages and make sure that you are communicating clearly and observing good e-mail etiquette.

    If you have other e-mail etiquette suggestions, please post a comment at the end of this post. If there’s something that drives you crazy, I’d like to hear about that as well. Most of us, I’m sure have ideas that can make e-mail a more civilized, effective tool for communication.

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  • தமிழக அரசு ஈமெயில் திட்டம்

    தமிழக அரசு சார்பில் தேர்ந்தெடுக்கப்பட்ட M.L.A-கள் பலர் பொது மக்கள் தரும் மனுவை / கோரிக்கையை படிப்பதில்லை. அப்படியே அதனை தந்தாலும் அவரது சாகாக்கள் அதனை அவருடன் கொண்டு சேர்ப்பதில்லை. இதனால் பொது மக்களிடம் ஒரு தவறான கருத்து உருவாகிறது. அதனை கருத்தில் கொண்டு, தமிழக அரசு ஈமெயில் திட்டத்தை அறிமுகம் செய்துள்ளது.

    முதலமைச்சர் ஜெயலலிதா தலைமைச் செயலகத்தில் இந்த திட்டத்தை துவக்கி வைத்து ஒவ்வொரு தொகுதி M.L.A.க்கும் ஒரு E-Mail ID கொடுத்துள்ளார். இனிமேல் உங்கள் “நியாயமான” கோரிக்கைகளை நீங்கள் அனுப்பலாம்.

    எல்லா M.L.A.க்கும் லேப்டாப் (Laptop) கொடுக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. அதனால் உங்கள் கோரிக்கைகளுக்கு கண்டிப்பாக பதில் கிடைக்கும் என நம்புவோம்.

    234 தொகுதி M.L.A.க்கும் தனி தனியே கொடுக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது…..

    தொகுதி பெயர் – M.L.A ஈமெயில் ID

    1 Acharapakkam – mlaacharapakkam@tn.gov.in
    2 Alandur – mlaalandur@tn.gov.in
    3 Alangudi – mlaalangudi@tn.gov.in
    4 Alangulam – mlaalangulam@tn.gov.in
    5 Ambasamudram — mlaambasamudram@tn.gov.in
    6 Anaicut — mlaanaicut@tn.gov.in
    7 Andhiyur –mlaandhiyur@tn.gov.in
    8 Andimadam – mlaandimadam@tn.gov.in
    9 Andipatti – mlaandipatti@tn.gov.in
    10 AnnaNagar – mlaannanagar@tn.gov.in
    11 Arakkonam – mlaarakkonam@tn.gov.in
    12 Arantangi– mlaarantangi@tn.gov.in
    13 Aravakurichi – mlaaravakurichi@tn.gov.in
    14 Arcot – mlaarcot@tn.gov.in
    15 Ariyalur –mlaariyalur@tn.gov.in
    16 Arni — mlaarni@tn.gov.in
    17 Aruppukottai – mlaaruppukottai@tn.gov.in
    18 Athoor – mlaathoor@tn.gov.in
    19 Attur – mlaattur@tn.gov.in
    20 Avanashi – mlaavanashi@tn.gov.in
    21 Bargur – mlabargur@tn.gov.in
    22 Bhavani – mlabhavani@tn.gov.in
    23 Bhavanisagar – mlabhavanisagar@tn.gov.in
    24 Bhuvanagiri – mlabhuvanagiri@tn.gov.in
    25 Bodinayakkanur – mlabodinayakkanur@tn.gov.in

    26 Chengalpattu – mlachengalpattu@tn.gov.in
    27 Chengam – mlachengam@tn.gov.in
    28 Chepauk – mlachepauk@tn.gov.in
    29 Cheranmahadevi – mlacheranmahadevi@tn.gov.in
    30 Cheyyar – mlacheyyar@tn.gov.in
    31 Chidambaram – mlachidambaram@tn.gov.in
    32 Chinnasalem – mlachinnasalem@tn.gov.in
    33 CoimbatoreEast – mlacoimbatoreeast@tn.gov.in
    34 CoimbatoreWest – mlacoimbatorewest@tn.gov.in
    35 Colachel – mlacolachel@tn.gov.in
    36 Coonoor – mlacoonoor@tn.gov.in
    37 Cuddalore – mlacuddalore@tn.gov.in
    38 Cumbum – mlacumbum@tn.gov.in
    39 Dharapuram – mladharapuram@tn.gov.in
    40 Dharmapuri – mladharmapuri@tn.gov.in
    41 Dindigul – mladindigul@tn.gov.in
    42 Edapadi – mlaedapadi@tn.gov.in
    43 Egmore – mlaegmore@tn.gov.in
    44 Erode – mlaerode@tn.gov.in
    45 Gingee – mlagingee@tn.gov.in
    46 Gobichettipalayam – mlagobichettipalayam@tn.gov.in
    47 Gudalur – mlagudalur@tn.gov.in
    48 Gudiyatham – mlagudiyatham@tn.gov.in
    49 Gummidipundi – mlagummidipundi@tn.gov.in
    50 Harbour – mlaharbour@tn.gov.in

    51 Harur – mlaharur@tn.gov.in
    52 Hosur – mlahosur@tn.gov.in
    53 Ilayangudi – mlailayangudi@tn.gov.in
    54 Jayankondam – mlajayankondam@tn.gov.in
    55 Kadaladi – mlakadaladi@tn.gov.in
    56 Kadayanallur – mlakadayanallur@tn.gov.in
    57 Kalasapakkam – mlakalasapakkam@tn.gov.in
    58 Kancheepuram – mlakancheepuram@tn.gov.in
    59 Kandamangalam – mlakandamangalam@tn.gov.in
    60 Kangayam – mlakangayam@tn.gov.in
    61 Kanniyakumari – mlakanniyakumari@tn.gov.in
    62 Kapilamalai – mlakapilamalai@tn.gov.in
    63 Karaikudi – mlakaraikudi@tn.gov.in
    64 Karur – mlakarur@tn.gov.in
    65 Katpadi – mlakatpadi@tn.gov.in
    66 Kattumannarkoil – mlakattumannarkoil@tn.gov.in
    67 Kaveripattinam – mlakaveripattinam@tn.gov.in
    68 Killiyoor – mlakilliyoor@tn.gov.in
    69 Kinathukadavu – mlakinathukadavu@tn.gov.in
    70 Kolathur – mlakolathur@tn.gov.in
    71 Kovilpatti – mlakovilpatti@tn.gov.in
    72 Krishnagiri – mlakrishnagiri@tn.gov.in
    73 Krishnarayapuram – mlakrishnarayapuram@tn.gov.in
    74 Kulithalai – mlakulithalai@tn.gov.in
    75 Kumbakonam – mlakumbakonam@tn.gov.in

    76 Kurinjipadi – mlakurinjipadi@tn.gov.in
    77 Kuttalam – mlakuttalam@tn.gov.in
    78 Lalgudi – mlalalgudi@tn.gov.in
    79 MaduraiCentral – mlamaduraicentral@tn.gov.in
    80 MaduraiEast – mlamaduraieast@tn.gov.in
    81 MaduraiWest – mlamaduraiwest@tn.gov.in
    82 Maduranthakam – mlamaduranthakam@tn.gov.in
    83 Manamadurai – mlamanamadurai@tn.gov.in
    84 Mangalore – mlamangalore@tn.gov.in
    85 Mannargudi – mlamannargudi@tn.gov.in
    86 Marungapuri – mlamarungapuri@tn.gov.in
    87 Mayiladuturai – mlamayiladuturai@tn.gov.in
    88 Melmalaiyanur – mlamelmalaiyanur@tn.gov.in
    89 Melur – mlamelur@tn.gov.in
    90 Mettupalayam – mlamettupalayam@tn.gov.in
    91 Mettur – mlamettur@tn.gov.in
    92 Modakkurichi – mlamodakkurichi@tn.gov.in
    93 Morappur – mlamorappur@tn.gov.in
    94 Mudukulathur – mlamudukulathur@tn.gov.in
    95 Mugaiyur – mlamugaiyur@tn.gov.in
    96 Musiri – mlamusiri@tn.gov.in
    97 Mylapore – mlamylapore@tn.gov.in
    98 Nagapattinam – mlanagapattinam@tn.gov.in
    99 Nagercoil – mlanagercoil@tn.gov.in
    100 Namakkal – mlanamakkal@tn.gov.in

    101 Nanguneri – mlananguneri@tn.gov.in
    102 Nannilam – mlanannilam@tn.gov.in
    103 Natham – mlanatham@tn.gov.in
    104 Natrampalli – mlanatrampalli@tn.gov.in
    105 Nellikkuppam – mlanellikkuppam@tn.gov.in
    106 Nilakottai – mlanilakottai@tn.gov.in
    107 Oddanchatram – mlaoddanchatram@tn.gov.in
    108 Omalur – mlaomalur@tn.gov.in
    109 Orathanad – mlaorathanad@tn.gov.in
    110 Ottapidaram – mlaottapidaram@tn.gov.in
    111 Padmanabhapuram – mlapadmanabhapuram@tn.gov.in
    112 Palacode – mlapalacode@tn.gov.in
    113 Palani – mlapalani@tn.gov.in
    114 Palayamkottai – mlapalayamkottai@tn.gov.in
    115 Palladam – mlapalladam@tn.gov.in
    116 Pallipattu – mlapallipattu@tn.gov.in
    117 Panamarathupatti – mlapanamarathupatti@tn.gov.in
    118 Panruti – mlapanruti@tn.gov.in
    119 Papanasam – mlapapanasam@tn.gov.in
    120 Paramakudi – mlaparamakudi@tn.gov.in
    121 ParkTown – mlaparktown@tn.gov.in
    122 Pattukkottai – mlapattukkottai@tn.gov.in
    123 Pennagaram – mlapennagaram@tn.gov.in
    124 Perambalur – mlaperambalur@tn.gov.in
    125 Perambur – mlaperambur@tn.gov.in

    126 Peranamallur – mlaperanamallur@tn.gov.in
    127 Peravurani – mlaperavurani@tn.gov.in
    128 Periyakulam – mlaperiyakulam@tn.gov.in
    129 Pernambut – mlapernambut@tn.gov.in
    130 Perundurai – mlaperundurai@tn.gov.in
    131 Perur – mlaperur@tn.gov.in
    132 Pollachi – mlapollachi@tn.gov.in
    133 Polur – mlapolur@tn.gov.in
    134 Pongalur – mlapongalur@tn.gov.in
    135 Ponneri – mlaponneri@tn.gov.in
    136 Poompuhar – mlapoompuhar@tn.gov.in
    137 Poonamallee – mlapoonamallee@tn.gov.in
    138 Pudukkottai – mlapudukkottai@tn.gov.in
    139 Purasawalkam – mlapurasawalkam@tn.gov.in
    140 Radhapuram – mlaradhapuram@tn.gov.in
    141 Rajapalayam – mlarajapalayam@tn.gov.in
    142 Ramanathapuram – mlaramanathapuram@tn.gov.in
    143 Ranipet – mlaranipet@tn.gov.in
    144 Rasipuram – mlarasipuram@tn.gov.in
    145 Rishivandiyam – mlarishivandiyam@tn.gov.in
    146 Dr.RadhakrishnanNagar – mlarknagar@tn.gov.in
    147 Royapuram – mlaroyapuram@tn.gov.in
    148 Saidapet – mlasaidapet@tn.gov.in
    149 Salem -I – mlasalem1@tn.gov.in
    150 Salem-II – mlasalem2@tn.gov.in

    151 Samayanallur – mlasamayanallur@tn.gov.in
    152 Sankaranayanarkoi – mlasankaranayanarkoil@tn.gov.in
    153 Sankarapuram – mlasankarapuram@tn.gov.in
    154 Sankari – mlasankari@tn.gov.in
    155 Sathyamangalam – mlasathyamangalam@tn.gov.in
    156 Sattangulam – mlasattangulam@tn.gov.in
    157 Sattur – mlasattur@tn.gov.in
    158 Sedapatti – mlasedapatti@tn.gov.in
    159 Sendamangalam – mlasendamangalam@tn.gov.in
    160 Sholavandan – mlasholavandan@tn.gov.in
    161 Sholinghur – mlasholinghur@tn.gov.in
    162 Singanallur – mlasinganallur@tn.gov.in
    163 Sirkazhi – mlasirkazhi@tn.gov.in
    164 Sivaganga – mlasivaganga@tn.gov.in
    165 Sivakasi – mlasivakasi@tn.gov.in
    166 Sriperumbudur – mlasriperumbudur@tn.gov.in
    167 Srirangam – mlasrirangam@tn.gov.in
    168 Srivaikuntam – mlasrivaikuntam@tn.gov.in
    169 Srivilliputhur – mlasrivilliputhur@tn.gov.in
    170 Talavasal – mlatalavasal@tn.gov.in
    171 Tambaram – mlatambaram@tn.gov.in
    172 Taramangalam – mlataramangalam@tn.gov.in
    173 Tenkasi – mlatenkasi@tn.gov.in
    174 Thalli – mlathalli@tn.gov.in
    175 Thandarambattu – mlathandarambattu@tn.gov.in

    176 Thanjavur – mlathanjavur@tn.gov.in
    177 Theni – mlatheni@tn.gov.in
    178 Thirumangalam – mlathirumangalam@tn.gov.in
    179 Thirumayam – mlathirumayam@tn.gov.in
    180 Thirupparankundram – mlathirupparankundram@tn.gov.in
    181 Thiruvattar – mlathiruvattar@tn.gov.in
    182 Thiruverambur – mlathiruverambur@tn.gov.in
    183 Thiruvidamarudur – mlathiruvidamarudur@tn.gov.in
    184 Thiruvonam – mlathiruvonam@tn.gov.in
    185 Thiruvottiyur – mlathiruvottiyur@tn.gov.in
    186 Thondamuthur – mlathondamuthur@tn.gov.in
    187 Thottiam – mlathottiam@tn.gov.in
    188 Tindivanam – mlatindivanam@tn.gov.in
    189 Tiruchendur – mlatiruchendur@tn.gov.in
    190 Tiruchengode – mlatiruchengode@tn.gov.in
    191 Tirunavalur – mlatirunavalur@tn.gov.in
    192 Tirunelveli – mlatirunelveli@tn.gov.in
    193 Tiruppattur-194 – mlatiruppattur194@tn.gov.in
    194 Tiruppattur-41 – mlatiruppattur41@tn.gov.in
    195 Tirupporur – mlatirupporur@tn.gov.in
    196 Tiruppur – mlatiruppur@tn.gov.in
    197 Tiruthuraipundi – mlatiruthuraipundi@tn.gov.in
    198 Tiruttani – mlatiruttani@tn.gov.in
    199 Tiruvadanai – mlatiruvadanai@tn.gov.in
    200 Tiruvaiyaru – mlatiruvaiyaru@tn.gov.in

    201 Tiruvallur – mlatiruvallur@tn.gov.in
    202 Tiruvannamalai – mlatiruvannamalai@tn.gov.in
    203 Tiruvarur – mlatiruvarur@tn.gov.in
    204 TheagarayaNagar – mlatnagar@tn.gov.in
    205 Tiruchirapalli-I – mlatrichy1@tn.gov.in
    206 Tiruchirapalli-II – mlatrichy2@tn.gov.in
    207 Triplicane – mlatriplicane@tn.gov.in
    208 Tuticorin – mlatuticorin@tn.gov.in
    209 Udagamandalam – mlaudagamandalam@tn.gov.in
    210 Udumalpet – mlaudumalpet@tn.gov.in
    211 Ulundurpet – mlaulundurpet@tn.gov.in
    212 Uppiliyapuram – mlauppiliyapuram@tn.gov.in
    213 Usilampatti – mlausilampatti@tn.gov.in
    214 Uthiramerur – mlauthiramerur@tn.gov.in
    215 Valangiman – mlavalangiman@tn.gov.in
    216 Valparai – mlavalparai@tn.gov.in
    217 Vandavasi – mlavandavasi@tn.gov.in
    218 Vaniyambadi – mlavaniyambadi@tn.gov.in
    219 Vanur – mlavanur@tn.gov.in
    220 Varahur – mlavarahur@tn.gov.in
    221 Vasudevanallur – mlavasudevanallur@tn.gov.in
    222 Vedaranyam – mlavedaranyam@tn.gov.in
    223 Vedasandur – mlavedasandur@tn.gov.in
    224 Veerapandi – mlaveerapandi@tn.gov.in
    225 Vellakoil – mlavellakoil@tn.gov.in

    226 Vellore – mlavellore@tn.gov.in
    227 Vilathikulam – mlavilathikulam@tn.gov.in
    228 Vilavancode – mlavilavancode@tn.gov.in
    229 Villivakkam – mlavillivakkam@tn.gov.in
    230 Villupuram – mlavillupuram@tn.gov.in
    231 Virudhunagar – mlavirudhunagar@tn.gov.in
    232 Vridhachalam – mlavridhachalam@tn.gov.in
    233 Yercaud – mlayercaud@tn.gov.in
    234 ThousandLights – mlathousandlights@tn.gov.in

    உங்கள் கோரிக்கையை ஈமெயில் மூலம் நேரிடையா M.L.A.வுக்கு அனுப்புங்க…!!!

    நல்ல தீர்வு கிடைக்கும் என்ற நம்பிக்கையில் …!!!!

    இந்த திட்டம் வெற்றிப்பெற வாழ்த்துக்கள் !

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  • மழலையர் பாடலா, ஒப்பாரிப் பாடலா?

    ringa ringa roses..

    ringa ringa roses..

    மழலையர் பாடலா, ஒப்பாரிப் பாடலா?எங்கள் வீட்டிற்கு எதிரில், பிரபலமான மழலையர் பள்ளி ஒன்று உள்ளது. தினமும் காலை 10.00 மணி அளவில், மழலைச் செல்வங்கள் கோரசாக, ஏ.பி.சி.டி., சொல்வதும், ஆங்கிலப் பாடல்களை பாடுவதும் வாடிக்கை. அவற்றுள், “ரிங்கா, ரிங்கா ரோசஸ்’ என்ற பாடலை குழந்தைகள் அடிக்கடி பாடுவதால், அது எங்கள் தெருவுக்கே மனப்பாடமாகி விட்டது. ஆனால், அந்தப் பாடலின் பொருள், எனக்குப் புரியவில்லை. அது, என்னதான் சொல்ல வருகிறது என்ற ஆராய்ச்சியில் இறங்கிய எனக்கு, பெரிய அதிர்ச்சி காத்திருந்தது.

    தற்செயலாக நான் படித்த, “மிஸ்டரி ஆப் ஹிஸ்டரி’ என்ற நூலில் கண்டிருந்த விஷயம் இது தான்…
    கி.பி., 18ம் நூற்றாண்டுத் துவக்கத்தில், இங்கிலாந்து மக்களை மிகவும் அச்சுறுத்தியது கொள்ளை நோயான, “பிளேக்!’ அந்த நோய் கண்டவர்களின்

    முதல் அறிகுறி, உடம்பில் வட்ட வட்டமாக, சிவந்து காணப்படும் தடிப்புகள். அதாவது, “ரிங்கா ரிங்கா ரேஷஸ்’ (வட்ட வட்டமான தடிப்புகள்) அடுத்த அறிகுறி, “பாக்கட் புல் ஆப் போசீஸ்’ அதாவது, இந்த நோய் கண்டவர்கள், நம்ம ஊர்த் துளசி போல, இங்கிலாந்தில் பூக்கும், நோய்களை விரட்டுவதாக நம்பப்படும், “போஸி’ என்ற கிருமி நாசினிப் பூக்களை, தங்களது சட்டைப் பைகளில் வைத்துக் கொள்வராம், “பிளேக்’ நோயை விரட்டும் என்ற நம்பிக்கையோடு!

    மூன்றாவது அறிகுறி, “அ டிஷ்யூ… அ டிஷ்யூ…’ ஏதாவது புரிகிறதா? அட… தும்மல் ஒலிங்க! அந்தப் பூக்களை வைத்தும், நோயின் தாக்கம் குறையாமல், ஒருவருக்குத் தொடர்ந்து தும்மல் வந்ததென்றால், “வி ஆல் பால் டவுன்!’ இப்போது புரிந்திருக்குமே… ஆம்! அவர் விண்ணகத்திற்கு, “டிக்கட்’ வாங்கியாயிற்று என்பது பொருள்.

    இனி, அந்த நபர் இறந்து விடுவார் என்று, சோகத்தோடு ஒப்பாரியாகப் பாடப்படும், ஆங்கிலேயே நாட்டுப்புற இழவுப் பாடலை, அது ஆங்கிலத்தில் பாடப்பட்டது என்ற ஒரே காரணத்துக்காகவே, கிட்டத்தட்ட, 200 ஆண்டுகளுக்கும் மேலாக, நம் இந்திய மழலையரிடம், பொருள் புரியாமல் போதிப்பதும், அவர்களை பாடச் சொல்லி ரசிப்பதும், முட்டாள்தனமில்லையா?

    வெளிநாடுகளில் எங்குமே குழந்தைகளால் பாடப் பெறாத இந்த ஒப்பாரிக்கு, எப்போது ஓய்வு? கல்வியாளர்கள் கண் திறப்பரா!

    — சங்கமித்ரா நாகராஜன், கோவை.




    Common British versions include:

    Ring-a-ring o’ roses,
    A pocket full of posies,
    A-tishoo! A-tishoo!
    We all fall down.

    Common American versions include:

    Ring-a-round a rosie,
    A pocket full of posies,
    Ashes! Ashes!
    We all fall down.

    The last two lines are sometimes varied to

    Hush! Hush! Hush! Hush!
    We’ve all tumbled down.


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    If U were born on the 1st, 10th, 19th, 28th of any month U r number 1….

    If U were born on the 2nd, 11th, 20th, 29th of any month then U r number

    If U were born on the 3rd, 12th, 21st, 30th of any month then U r number

    If U were born on the 4th, 13th, 22nd, 31st of any month then U r number

    If U were born on the 5th, 14th, 23rd of any month then U r number 5…

    If U were born on the 6th,15th,24th of any month then U r number 6…

    If U were born on the 7th,16th,25th of any month then U r number 7…

    If U were born on the 8th,17th,26th of any month then U r number 8…

    If U were born on the 9th,18th,27th of any month then U r number 9…

    Number 1

    You are smart, straight talking, funny, stubborn, hardworking, honest,
    Jealous on competing basis, kind hearted, angry, friendly, authorities,
    Famous person…always want to be and regarded as first on people
    Position, they are often like to be independent, will never be under
    Others, self confident people!

    You are most likely to fall in love in the younger age, but will get
    Marry when you mature! You are likely to have problems with people who have
    opposite views
    And you are most likely to take revenge over your
    Enemies in a long time basis. You are a spender, but you will have a good
    profession in the future.
    If you are guy you will be very popular that everybody will have mental
    attraction and respect at you.
    You can go anywhere from the local shop to the heart of the parliament
    because you are positive and
    Well talented in numerous issues!! But in your life you will always have
    some people who will work hard
    To bring you & your name down. This is undercover!! Coz of your smart
    behavior you will be hated by some
    People too…

    Your family life is very cool, you will have a very nice partner &
    Wonderful children… You are pioneer, independent & original…

    Your best match is 4,6,8 good match is 3,5,7 !!!

    Number 2

    No matter what, you will be loved by every one coz your ruler is the
    Moon and every one loves the Moon. Well.. You are a person who day dream a
    You have very low-self confidence, you need back up for every move in your
    life, you
    Are very much unpredictable. Means you do change according to time and
    Kind a selfish, have a very strong sense of musical, artistic talent,
    verbal communication.
    Your attitudes are like the Moon, comes to gloom and fade away so everybody
    can expect
    Changes in you. You can be a next Mahatma Gandhi who does peace love or you
    can be a
    Hitler who wants to destroy the man kind and peace (I mean in the community
    and your own home).

    If you really have a deep thought about your own believe in God you can
    Feel the difference which will make you stronger! Most of the time your
    Words are a kind of would be happening true! So without any knowledge
    You can predict the situation. You will become poets, writers, any
    Artistic business people!

    You are not strong in love, so you will be there and here till you get
    Marry.. If U r a girl you will be a responsible woman in the whole
    Family. If U r a man you will involve in fights & arguments in the family
    Vice-versa. Means you will sacrifice your life for the goodness sake of
    Your family…You are gentle , intuitive with a broad vision, a power
    Behind the scenes, well balanced People!!!

    Your best match is 2 ,5 ,9 no other people can put up with you !!!

    Number 3

    You are a person of hard hearted, selfish most of the times, religious,
    Loves to climb up in your life. You always tend to have lots of problems
    Within your family in the early stages but you will put up with
    You have the strong word power, pretty happy face.. So wherever you go
    You have got what you wanted!!! And from the birth always wanted to work
    hard in order
    To achieve something.. You will not get
    Anything without hard work! When you reach a man/ woman age you want other
    Once to listen to you because you want younger people to respect people
    older than them.
    You do set so many examples to others. Generally you are not a cool person.
    It’s not easy
    thing dealing with you. A tough player you are! But once you like someone’s
    attitud! e then
    here you go, what can I say? It will be a lasting friendship. You always
    have respect from others.
    Your life seems to have lots of worries and problems but sure they won’t be
    long.. You will always
    have brilliant kids!!! You love the money a bit too much so temptation will
    push you to endless
    trying and trying.. If you are a guy then it’s over. Looking after your
    family and help friends, so you
    will spend a life time just being generous and kind (except 21st born men).
    And number 3s you will
    be such an example of how to be in the culture & life!!! If you are girl
    then you have good character
    and culture & hardworking attitude. You always follow. You are a freedom
    lover, creative, ambition
    focused, a person who brings beauty , hope & joy to this world!!!

    Your best match 6 ,9. Good match 1 ,3 ,5 !!!

    Number 4

    You are very stubborn too, very hard working but unlucky in important
    matters in life, very cool, helpful, you have rough word power.. Might
    put lots of people away from you, you may cause nuisance to others if you
    are a man,
    and you often understands others and their problems well. If you are a girl
    you are very
    good with studies and arts. If you are a guy you spend most of the time
    after girl friends
    (almost) at times, you will have sort of too much fun life with mates &
    girls. Your friends will
    spend your time & money and get away with their life and you will become
    empty handed and
    don’t know what to do… So be careful!! You love to spend anyway!!! Your
    good will is you are
    always there to help family and friends. Tell you what you people are
    little gem! s, specially the girls..
    You always fall in love in younger age as well. You often live with
    disappointments, for an example
    you have got a degree in some thing… but you will be unemployed.. or will
    do very ordinary jobs.
    But you will take care of your family very well…All you need to be
    careful of people who will take
    advantage of your kind heart. And beware of your relations too.. You are
    radical, patient, persistent,
    a bit old-fashioned, you live with foundation & order…

    Your best Match 1, 8. Good match 5 ,6 , 7 !!!

    Number 5

    You are very popular within the community, you can get things done by
    just chatting..to even enemies! You have a pretty good business mind, you
    are often
    have no-idea what is today is like, or tomorrow is like, you are a person
    who does anything
    when your head thinks “lets do this”. You will be famous if you open up a
    get involve in share dealings, music etc.. Very popular with sense of humor
    ,you are
    the one your friends and families will always ask for help, and you are the
    one actually
    get money on credit and help your friends. You will have more than 1
    but when u get settle down you will be a bit selfish anyway. Coz your other
    half will
    have a pretty good amount of control in you, be careful! You tend to go for
    other relationships!
    Contacts even you are married at times ‘coz your popularity.. You are
    someone who get along
    with anyone coz the number 5 is the middle number.. Changes & freedom
    lovers you are! You are
    an explorer with magic on your face. You learn your life through experience
    and it’s your best teacher!!!

    Your best match 1 ,2 ,9. Good match 6 ,8 !!!

    Number 6

    Ooopppss..you are born to enjoy.. You don’t care about others. I mean
    you are always want to enjoy your life time, you are a person.. You will be
    very good in either education or work wise or business management! You are
    kind (but with only people who you think are nice), very
    beautiful girls and guys, popular and more than lucky with anything in
    your lives. All the goodness does come with you. Your mind and body is just
    made perfect for love.
    You are lovable by any other numbers. But if you are a number 6 man, you
    will experience kind of
    looks from most girls and will involve in more than few relationships until
    you get married. If you are girl,
    most of you will get marry/engaged early. You are ! a caring
    person towards your family & friends . If you miss the half-way mark then
    you are about to suffer physically
    and mentally. Generally you will lead a very good inner-home happiness with
    nothing short of. You are a person of compassion, comfort & fairness,
    domestic responsibility, good
    judgment, and after all you can heal this world wounds to make peace for
    every life coz you have the great
    power of caring talent to make this world of love one step further…

    Your best match 1, 6, 9. Good match 4, 5!!!

    Number 7

    You have got the attraction to anyone out there, you are realistic,
    very confident, happy, such a talented individual with your education,
    music, arts, singing, and most importantly acting too. You have real
    with bad temper! If you are a girl, you are popular with the subjects
    listed above.
    You give up things for your parents. I mean you value your family status a
    lot, you will be
    in the top rank when you reach a certain age. If you are a guy you are
    popular with girls,
    you are a very talented too. Most of the number 7s face lots of problems
    with their marriage life.
    Only a very few are happy. You have everything in your life, but still
    always number 7s have some sort of unfullfilness, such worries all their
    lifetime. It’s probably the Lord given you al! l sort of over the
    standard humans talents and you are about to suffer in family life. So you
    need to get ready looking
    for a partner rather than waiting. If you don’t, then you might end-up
    single. So take care with this issue,
    ok? You are wonderful, friendly, artistic, happy person.. You are born to
    contribute lots to this world!!!

    Your best match is 2. Good matches are 1,4 !!!

    Number 8

    You are a very strong personality, there’s no one out there will
    understand you. You are very good at pointing your finger at some thing and
    say “this is what”.
    You are more likely to suffer from the early ages. I mean poverty. If your
    times are not good
    you might lose either of your
    parent and end up looking after your entire family. You often suffer all
    the way in life.
    The problems will not allow you to study further, but you will
    learn the life in a very practical way. You are the one who will fight
    for justice and may die in the war too. You are normally very reserved with
    handful of
    friends and most of the time live life lonely and always
    prepared to help others. Well. once you get married (which is often
    late) then your bad lucks will go away a bit and you! u become safe. You
    will face un-expected
    problems such as : the error, government, poisonous animals, accidents. You
    are some one with
    great discipline, persistence, courage, strength which will take you to
    success. You are a great part
    of a family team. You are a fighter!

    Your Best match 1 ,4, 8. Good match 5 !!!

    Number 9

    Hey…you guys are the incompatibles people in the world. You are so
    strong, physically and mentally… You are often have big-aims. You will
    hard and hard to get there.
    Normally you suffer in the early age from family problems and generally you
    will have fighting life.. But when you
    achieve what you have done, it’s always a big task you have done! You are
    so much respected in
    the community, you are a person who can make a challenge and successfully
    finish the matter off.
    You are very naughty in your younger age, often beaten up by your parents
    and involve in fights
    and you seemed to have lots of injuries in your life time. But when u grow
    you become calm and macho type.
    Love is not an easy matter for you. You are good in engineering or banking
    jobs coz people always trust you.
    Your family life is very good, but will have worries over your children.
    Your such qualities are humanitarian, patient, very wise & compassionate.
    You are born to achieve targets and serve every one all equally without any
    You are totally a role model to anybody in the world for a great

    Your Best match 3, 5, 6, 9. Good match 2

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  • sujathaசுஜாதாவின் பத்துக் கட்டளைகள்…

    1. ஒன்றின் மேல் நம்பிக்கை வேண்டும், ஏதாவது ஒன்று. உதாரணம் கடவுள், இயற்கை, உழைப்பு, வெற்றி இப்படி எதாவது… நம்பிக்கை நங்கூரம் போல. கேள்வி கேட்காத நம்பிக்கை. கேள்வி கேட்பது சிலவேளை இம்சை. நவீன விஞ்ஞானம் அதிகப்படியாகக் கேள்வி கேட்டு இப்போது தவித்துக் கொண்டிருக்கிறது.

    2. அப்பா, அம்மா இரண்டு பேரும் வேலை சொல்வது பல சமயங்களில் கடுப்பாக இருக்கும். ஒருமாறுதலுக்கு அவர்கள் சொல்வதைச் செய்து பாருங்கள். அவர்கள் கேட்பது உங்களால் செய்யக் கூடியதாகவே இருக்கும். பொடிநடையாகப் போய் நூறு கிராம் காப்பி பவுடர் (அ) ரேஷன் கார்டு புதுப்பித்தல் இப்படிதான் இருக்கும்.

    3. மூன்று மணிக்குத் துவங்கும் மாட்டனி போகாதீர்கள். க்ளாஸ் கட்பண்ண வேண்டி வரும். தலைவலி வரும். காசு விரயம். வீட்டுக்குப் போனதும் பொய் சொல்வதற்கு ரொம்ப ஞாபக சக்தி வேண்டும். இந்த உபத்திரத்துக்கு உண்மையைச் சொல்லிவிடுவது சுலபம். இளமைக்காலம், ஒளிக் கீற்றைப் போல் மிகவும் குறைந்த காலம், அதை க்யூ வரிசைகளிலும் குறைபட்ட தலைவர்களுக்காகவும் விரயம் செய்யாதீர்கள்.

    4. நான்கு பக்கமாவது ஒரு நாளைக்குப் பொது விஷயங்களைப் படியுங்கள். பொது விஷயங்கள் என்றால் கதை, சினிமா, காதல் இல்லாதவை. உதாரணம் – யோக்கியமான செய்தித்தாள், மற்ற பேரைப் பற்றிக் கவலைப்படும் பத்திரிகைகள் அல்லது லைப்ரரியிருந்து ஒரு புத்தகம்.

    5. ஐந்து ரூபாய் சம்பாதித்துப் பாருங்கள். சொந்தமாக உங்கள் உழைப்பில், முயற்சியில், யோக்கியமாக, மனச்சாட்சி உறுத்தாமல். அடுத்த முறை அப்பாவிடம் ஆயிரம் ரூபாய்க்கு ஷர்ட், சுடிதார் கேட்கும் முன்.

    6. இந்தச் தகவல்களை படிக்கும் நிலைமை பெற்ற நீங்கள் இந்திய சனத்தொகையின் மேல்தட்டு ஆறு சதவிகித மக்களில் ஒருவர். அன்றாடம் சோற்றுக்காக அலையும், வசதியில்லாத கோடிக்கணக்கான மக்களைத் தினம் ஒரு முறை எண்ணிப் பாருங்கள்.

    7. வாரத்தின் ஏழாவது தினமான ஞாயிறன்று என்ன செய்தாலும் காதல் பிஸினஸ் வேண்டாம். காதலுக்கு ரொம்பச் செலவாகும். மனம், வாக்கு, காயம்(உடல்), எல்லாவற்றையும் ஆக்கிரமிக்கும் தீ அது. பொய் நிறையச் சொல்ல வேண்டும். வினோதமான இடங்களில் காத்திருக்க வேண்டும். இந்த வயதில் நாசமாய்ப்போன படிப்புத்தான் உங்களுக்கு முக்கியம்.குறிப்பு: பெண்களை சைட் அடிப்பதும், கலாட்டா பண்ணுவதும், அவர்களுக்கு கர்சீப் முதலியன ரோடிலிருந்து பொறுக்கிக் கொடுப்பதும், உபத்திரமில்லாத கவிதைகள் எழுதுவதும், காதலோடு சேர்த்தியில்லை.

    8.எட்டு முறை மைதானத்தை சுற்றி ஓடினால் எந்தச் சீதோஷ்ணமாக இருந்தாலும் நெற்றி வியர்வை அரும்பும். எதாவது தேகப் பயிற்சி செய்யவும். கடிகாரத்துக்குச் சாவி கொடுப்பதோ சீட்டாடுவதோ தேகப் பயிற்சி ஆகாது. எதையாவது தூக்குங்கள், எதையாவது வீசி எறியுங்கள். உங்கள் உடலில் ஊறும் உற்சாகத்துக்கு ஓர் ஆரோக்கியமான வடிகால் தேவை. ராத்திரி சரியாக தூக்கம் வரும். கன்னா பின்னா எண்ணங்கள் தவிர்க்கப்படும். ஒழுங்காக சாப்பிடத்தோன்றும். பொதுவாகவே சந்தோஷமாக இருக்கும்.

    9. ஒன்பது மணிக்குள் வீட்டுக்கு வரவும். மிஞ்சிப் போனால் ஒன்பது மணி இரண்டு நிமிடம். ஒரு மணி நேரம் பாடம் அல்லது புத்தகம் படிக்கலாம்.

    10. படுக்கப் போகும் முன் பத்து நிமிஷமாவது அம்மா, அப்பா, அண்ணன், தங்கை யாருடனாவது பேசவும் (பேசுவது என்று சொன்னவுடன் காதலியுடன் என்று நினைக்க வேண்டாம், நான் சொன்னது குடும்பத்தினருடன் மட்டும்). எதாவது ஒரு அறுவை ஜோக் அல்லது காலேஜில் நடந்த நிகழ்வுகள். சப்ஜெக்ட் முக்கியமில்லை. பேசுவது தான்.

    இந்த பத்தில் தினம் ஒன்று என்று முயற்சி செய்து தான் பாருங்களேன்.

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