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Mylsamy Annadurai attributes his clarity in thinking to Tamil

Felicitation:Madras High Court Judge, M. Venugopal (right), presenting the Dr Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar Birthday Commemoration Award for 2012 to Mylsamy Annadurai, Director, Chandrayan-II, at a function in Chennai on Saturday. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Pro-Chancellor Annamalai University is in the picture.— Photo: R. Ragu
Felicitation:Madras High Court Judge, M. Venugopal (right), presenting the Dr Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar Birthday Commemoration Award for 2012 to Mylsamy Annadurai, Director, Chandrayan-II, at a function in Chennai on Saturday. M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Pro-Chancellor Annamalai University is in the picture.— Photo: R. Ragu

Eminent scientist and Director, Chandrayan-II, Mylsamy Annadurai was on Sunday given the Dr Rajah Sir Muthiah Chettiar Birthday Commemoration Award for 2012.

Madras High Court Judge, M. Venugopal handed over to him the award carrying citation and cash of Rs.2 lakh.

In his acceptance speech, Dr. Annadurai urged youngsters to take up Tamil as medium of instruction.

He was able to think clearly and converse with others quickly as he had studied in Tamil medium till standard XI.

“You will not be a lesser person, if you study in Tamil medium. On the other hand, Tamil language will lift you. Everyone can shine and I am a standing example of it.

Commended

M.A.M. Ramaswamy, Pro-chancellor, Annamalai University and Patron of the Trust, commended Dr. Annadurai for his services.


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