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* Read more on this issue. Unless you are well informed, you cannot convince others
* Talk to people and explain our cause to them
* Mobilize people within your college/ company/ neighbourhood to help create a wider base

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Saturday, September 23, 2006

Pics from the blood donation camp

Here are pictures taken at the recently held blood donation camp at Nandanam. More than a hundred people attended and we collected over 80 units of blood.
For more pics from the event, click here.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Blood Donation for Equality - 10 September

Youth for Equality, Nandanam News and Lions Club have organised a Blood Donation camp open to the general public at Kotturpuram. The camp will feature the the ultra-modern mobile blood collection van of the Lions Blood Bank, that is airconditioned, sanitised, and fully equipped to collect blood in a clean, healthy and safe manner.

Date: 10 September, 2006

Place: Corporation play ground, Turnbulls Road, near Kotturpuram bridge

Time: 9AM to 12 noon

The blood you donate will save a life of someone, somewhere, sometime.

If you are a healthy person, in the age group of 18-60 with a minimum weight of 45 kg, you can donate blood every 3 months.

A doctor will examine you before the donation to make sure that you are fit.

Blood donation is absolutely safe. ONLY disposable kits are used to collect blood.

The blood donated will be made up by your body automatically.

Blood donation is a simple procedure and takes only about 15 to 20 minutes. You can get back to routine immediately.

Blood donors are life savers. Do come and be a partner in this life-saving programme. 

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Arjun Singh Down! Down!

Over 300 IITians formed a spontaneous human chain today as Union Minister Arjun Singh left their campus, to protest against the proposed quotas in higher educational institutions.
They carried placards and raised slogans stressing on the importance of merit

The students protested against the presence of Arjun Singh within their campus.

They then held a peaceful demonstration within their stadium against the quotas.

For More Information:
The New Indian Express
Chennaiist.com    Posted by Picasa