Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Dr.M.Kumaresan felicitated by The Hindu & Tamil Nadu Tourism Department

Plan to promote lesser-known tourist spots
Special Correspondent
Growth in domestic and international visitors to State growing at a rate of 22 per cent
— Photo: R. Shivaji Rao

N.Murali, Managing Director,The Hindu (third from left), presenting the Tourism Promotion Award to K.Ashok Vardhan Shetty, Principal Secretary, Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, at the valedictory function of a tourism fair in Chennai on Sunday. M. Rajaram, Tourism Commissioner (second from left), N. Suresh Rajan, Tourism Minister (centre), V. Irai Anbu, Principal Secretary, Tourism, and Sanwat Ram, Chairman, TTDC (right), are in the picture.

CHENNAI: Tourism Minister N. Suresh Rajan on Sunday said the next phase of Tamil Nadu’s tourism campaign will focus on hard selling lesser-known destinations.

In his valedictory address at “Discover India-Enchanting Tourism,” a two-day travel and tourism promotion event hosted by The Hindu, the Minister said the first phase of the tourism drive launched by the government over two-and-a-half years had concentrated on developing basic infrastructure across well-known tourist spots. The various projects launched towards this end had either been completed or were nearing completion, he said.

Mr. Suresh Rajan said the growth in domestic and international visitors to Tamil Nadu was growing at a rate of 22 per cent, making tourism a key driver of economic progress. The number of domestic visitors during 2006-07 was 5.50 crore, while international visitors aggregated 17 lakh, he said. He complimented Tourism department officials for their concerted efforts in making Tamil Nadu a sought-after destination.

N. Murali, Managing Director, The Hindu, said India had firmly established a place on the world tourism map thanks to public-private partnerships.

Various types of tourism such as rural tourism and eco tourism had gained momentum in India based on a growing realisation that India had unmatched cultural diversity, Mr. Murali said. However, the rich diversity of its tourism potential ranging from temples and heritage to cultural diversity and architecture, had not been fully realised.

He urged various State Governments to work towards improving infrastructure in order to fully tap the country’s inherent tourism potential. He hoped that the travel and tourism show would become an annual feature.
Awards distributed

Mr. Murali later distributed Tourism Awards to honour the contributions of various individuals in the Government and private sectors towards promoting tourism, travel and hospitality sectors.

The tourism awards were presented to K. Allaudin, Principal Secretary, Highways; C. P. Singh, Transport Commissioner; K. Ashok Vardhan Shetty, Principal Secretary, Rural Development and Panchayat Raj; S. S. Jawahar, Madurai District Collector; Dharmendra Pratap Yadav, Vellore District Collector; C. M. K. Reddy, president, Tamil Nadu Medical Practitioners’ Association; M. Kumaresan, director, Medi Tour India Ltd; Sivakumar, CEO, World of Titan, Anna Nagar and Purasawakkam; Arun Azhalagappan, executive director, TI Cycles; S. Venu Srinivasan, managing director, TVS Ltd; Shanthi, social service organiser; Raja Hussain, NSS coordinator, University of Madras; M. P. Vasimalai, executive director, DHAN Foundation, Madurai; Subbha Reddy, managing director, Rain Tree Hotel; K. C. Tharyan, CEO, Residency Towers; M. Palanisamy, chief educational officer, Chennai and S. Sethurama Varma, chief education officer, Coimbatore; Pon Kumar, chief education officer, Erode and A. D. Padma Singh Isaac, chairman, Aachi Masala.

M. Rajaram, Tourism Commissioner, Sanwat Ram, Chairman, Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation and V. Irai Anbu, Principal Secretary, Tourism, participated in the valedictory session.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Aims of voice care india

VOICE CARE INDIA
Medical advance research foundation (80G exempted), Siva E.N.T, Head & Neck Hospital, 159, Lloyds Road, Royapettah, Ch – 14, Cell No :- 98410 55774.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:-
1. Voice Care India involves in the total health care of the voice & Voice maintanance education.
2. Voice care India is a non – profit making body.
3. To provide and arrange facilities for intensive & extensive studies & research for future development of voice. To guide the professional voice users regarding the latest development in phoniatrics.
4. Voice care India will receive donations, grants, funds & other financial or moral assistance to achieve the main objective.
MANAGEMENT:-
The VOICE CARE will be managed by a team consisting of.,
1.ENT Surgeon, 2. Siddha Maruthuva Gurukulam, 3. Speech Therapist, 4. Occupational Therapist, 5. Physiotherapist, 6. Yoga & Meditation trainers, 7. Psychologist.
CREDEnTIALS:-
1. E Merck Indian National award winner.
2. Science Popularization award 2001-2002. Tamil Nadu Government.
3. Research works of us is taken as a subject for M.Phil Course in the University of Madras.
Member; Dissertation committee for M.Sc Nursing Course, M.G.R. Medical University.
4. Members of International Association of Logopedic & Phoniatrics.
5. President, Voice against Noise, Association.
6. Recipient, N.S.T.L Visakapattinam 2008 Gold Medal award.
7. President; Paediatric ENT Association, India.

free registration for voice complete examination

VOICE CARE INDIA.[a unit of medical advance research foundation, 80G exempted)
Siva E.N.T, Head & Neck Hospital, 159, Lloyds Road, Royapettah,Chennai – 14.
Cell :- 98410 55774.
Name :- Residential Address:-
Qualification :-
Profession :-
Organizations Name :-

Field of activity,
Hours of using voice Professionally / Personally per day

Tel :- Fax :-
Mobile :- E-mail :-
Do you have
Yes No
1. Hoarseness :-
2. Vocal Fatigue :-
3. Inability to speak/sing loudly :-
4. Throat Pain :-
5. Cough :-
6. Increased Throat Phlegm :-
7. Throat Clear :-
8. Are you having/ had voice problem :-
I am willing / not willing / to have a total care of voice, health educational training.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:-
1. Voice Care India involves in the total health care of the voice & Voice maintanance education.
2. Voice care India is a non – profit making body.
3. To provide and arrange facilities for intensive & extensive studies & research for future development of voice. To guide the professional voice users regarding the latest development in phoniatrics.
4. Voice care India will receive donations, grants, funds & other financial or moral assistance to achieve the main objective.
MANAGEMENT:-
The VOICE CARE will be managed by a team consisting of.,
1.ENT Surgeon, 2. Siddha Maruthuva Gurukulam, 3. Speech Therapist, 4. Occupational Therapist, 5. Physiotherapist, 6. Yoga & Meditation trainers, 7. Psychologist.
CRENDETIALS:-
1. E Merck Indian National award winner.
2. Science Popularization award 2001-2002. Tamil Nadu Government.
3. Research works of us is taken as a subject for M.Phil Course in the University of Madras.
Member; Dissertation committee for M.Sc Nursing Course, M.G.R. Medical University.
4. Members of International Association of Logopedic & Phoniatrics.
5. President, Voice against Noise, Association.
6. Recipient, N.S.T.L Visakapattinam 2008 Gold Medal award.
7. President; PaediatricENTAssociation,India

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Highest Award To Dr.M.Kumaresan at NSTL.Visakapatnam

MIRA PAUL MEMORIAL GOLD MEDAL IS PRESENTED TO AN EMINENT ACOUSTICIAN/ ENT SURGEON, IRRESPECTIVE OF NATIONALITY, AGE, OR SOCIETY AFFILATION TO PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD IN THE DIVERSE FIELD OF ACOUSTICS. THIS IS THE HIGHEST AWARD PRESENTED BY INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF, INDIA TO AN INDIVIDUAL WHOSE DEDICATION AND DEVOTION TO ACOUSTICS ARE UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED.
CITATION FOR MUTHIA KUMATESAN
.... for contributions on Ear, Nose and Throat
NSTL, Visakhapatnam, A.P. * 22 December 2008
M. Kumaresan is born on May 21, 1943 at Kumarpuram, District-Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India. He is son of late S. Muthiah and Mrs. Sivaguru Pandarathy. He took his MBBS & DLO Madurai College, Mudurai University in the year 1996 & 1970 respectively. He did his M. S. (ENT) from Madras Medical College, Madras University in the year 1974. From the beginning of 1968, Dr. Kumaresan joined as Tamil Nadu Medical Service. He did his DLO & MS (ENT) while serving in Madras Medical College, General Hospital, Institute of Child health and Stanley Medical College of Tamil Nadu State Government. Subsequently Dr. Kumaresan served Govt. Stanley Hospital as Assistant Surgeon and promoted to Assistant Professor. He became In-charge Medical officer of Madras Medical College & Govt. Peripheral Hospital. He promoted to Civil Surgeon of Tirupur in 1988. He did post graduate course in Micro Ear Surgery at Oxford (London). After serving a year at Tirupur, he took voluntary retirement on December1988. He has established Siva ENT Hospital at 159 Lloyds Road, Chennai-600014 & 295 Triplican High Road, Chennai-600005. Now International Research Institute for the Deaf is running in a floor of Siva ENT Hospital, where research work is carried out. His love for Physics is reflected in his books on medicine and medical profession. He is equally well verse in Indian Medicine and Japanese Medicine.
He is also Examiner for MBBS, DLO, and MS in Stanley Medical College, Govt. Kilpauk Medical College, Madras Medical College and Jipmer (Pondicherry)
Dr. Kumaresan is serving as Editor of a monthly magazine of Maruthuva Ariviyal Malar, Paediatic ENT Journal and edited several books.
Dr. Kumaresan has conducted more than 100 free ENT camps. He had several achievement to his credit (a) Co-Chairman for the World Conference of ENT at Hungary in 1981 (b) Invited Speaker for the Satellite Symposium at Tokyo in 1983 (c) Preliminary lecture- Etiology of Otisis Media in the 3rd World at Seoul in 1983 (d) Guide for Zonal Conference award at Mysore in 1984 (e) Best ENT Surgeon, South Zone of India

Dr. Kumaresan is serving as President of Association of Peadiatric Otolaryngitis of India (APOI), Secretary of Madras-India Regional Chapter of the Acoustical Society of America and Principal Trustee of Medica Advance Research Foundation (Maruthuva Arivial Kalagam). He has served as President of MIRC-ASA for three years. He during his tenure of President Ship of MIRC-ASA, conducted number of meetings of MIRC-ASA and also able to motivate school children to participate in Acoustics fair. He is also member of AIMS, C. M. E. faculty. He is very active trustee of Acoustical Foundation for Education and Charitable Trust.
Dr. Kumaresan is Founder Director of Siva ENT Hospital and International Research Institute for the Deaf, Chennai. Currently Dr. Kumaresan has joined as Director of Medical Tourism of Tamil Nadu.
He has visited most of foreign countries and participated in ENT conferences and Community Service Centers. He has addressed the Human rights community development on October 6, 2000 at 120 Ramford Road, London E12
Dr. Kumaresan has written three books *Clinical and Practical Otorhinolaryngolgy* in 1992, *Audiology* and *Speech Pathology*in 2005 in English for postgraduate students and he has written more than 20 books in Tamil Language. He is having numerous publications both National and International Journals.
Dr. Kumaresan received national e-mark award in the year1986. He received Peadiatric ENT surgeon award in the year1990. He also received Santhanammal award in the year 1990. Gold Medal Paper in First APOI conference in 1994. He received First Prize for Medical book written in National Language 1996-97. Tamilnadu State Council for Science and Technology presented him Science Popularization award in the year 2002. Acoustical Foundation for Education and Charitable Trust presented Silver Medal for his out standing contribution as an ENT surgeon.
Dr. Kumaresan is life Member of (1) Association of ENT(National),(2) Equilibriometric Society (International),(3)Phoniatric Society (International),(4) Logopeedic Society(International), (5)Indian Medical Association ,(6)Indian Rhinology Society, (7) Otoneurology Society (National),(8)Founder Member of Neurotology (National),(9)Founder Member of Association of Paediatric Otolaryngitis of India,(10)International Association of Laryngectomy & Phoniatric (Switzerland),(11)International Chest Physician (UK),(12) Politzer Society (USA) and full member ofAcoustical Society of America (USA)
Dr. Kumaresan is Fellow of National and International Societies:(1)Indian Council of Science (2)International Voice Association (Hungary),(3)Royal Society of Health (London),(4)Acoustical Foundation for Education and Charitable Trust
Muthia Kumaresan married Chandrra Lekha and they have son Navin Bharath, MBBS and daughter K. Jeevith Isveriya, MBBS.
Hari S. Paul, V. Bhujanga Rao, C. Anandam, V. Rajendran,22 Dec 2008.
ABSTRACT of the Work. The Bernoulli Effect provides an explanation of how the vocal foldsactually vibrate. It is a common misconception that the vocal folds vibrate only throughrepetitive muscular contraction. This lecture will give the outcomes of a specific rehabilitation based on a new concept programed for a group, the professional voice users. Dependent variables included maximum expiratory pressure (MEP), Voice Handicap Index (VHI) score, Vocal Rating Scale(VRS) score, Voice Effort Scale score, phonetogram measures, sub glottal pressures, andacoustic and perceptual measures.Results showed significant improvements in MEP,VHI scores, and VRS scores, sub glottal pressure for loud intensity, phonetogram area,and dynamic range. It was concluded that the usage and practice of aerodynamic way ofspeaking method is responsible for a persisting good voice for professional voice users. Among the results, mean background noise level for the ten DCCs was76.1 dBA (range 73.0–78.2), which is more than 20 dB higher than what isrecommended where speech communication is important(50–55 dBA). The subjects spoke on anaverage of 9.1 dB louder (p < 0.0001), and with higher mean fundamental frequency (247 Hz)during work as compared to the baseline (202 Hz) (p < 0.0001). Mean phonation time for thegroup was 17%, which was considered high. It was concluded that professional voice users do have a highly vocally demanding profession.Important steps to reduce the vocal loading for this occupation by altering the way of talking. The lecturer will discuss the various processes, such as viscosity and relaxation processes,that cause less effort on the vocal cord. This is so is an intriguing puzzle, and the lecturerwill offer an new life for professional voice users for maintain a clear and good voice and throat.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Dr.M.Kumaresan with Kerala Agricultural Minister at Santhigiri.

Dr. M. Kumaresan With Karnataka Speaker

Dr. Kumaresan Participation in Shanthigiri Ashram- Kerala

request for free voice care Work Shop-any one can contact Dr.M.Kumaresan

Request for free voice care Work Shop-any one can contact Dr.M.Kumaresan

To,

Dear Sir/ madam,

You are aware of the importance of voice & speech for teachers, as they continuously use their voice, they never know the abuse of their vocal system until a problem or interruption in their voice occurs. We are professionals in the voice therapy. We are happy to organize a work shop on voice therapy, in which diagnosis awareness and guidance for maintaining a good fluent and healthy voice is offered.

This is a rare opportunity to meet the pioneers and specialists and get their valuable advice to maintain a good voice, as voice is very important to all teachers.

In this regard we are happy to inform you regarding our activities. We have conducted speech therapy workshop and seminars in many reputed educational institution, such as Tamil Nadu Science and Technology Center- Birla Planetarium, Hindu Hr. Sec. School. J.B.A.S Hr. Sec. School, M.P. Anand Matriculation School, Ashok Leyland and many more. We have enclosed details of our therapy and project for your kind perusal.

Thanking You

(Dr. M. Kumaresan)

(CC: Mr. Vijay Thiruvengadam, FM Radio)

We like to associate ourselves with M.O.P Vaishnava College for Women for Conducting :

1. Voice Care Workshop for Teachers - Special Exercises for Maintenance of Voice and Improvement.

2. Awareness Program for Viscom Students on Voice Care.

3. Awareness Program on Voice Care for the Public at Badrikarai & Alayamman Koil

4. Documentary Preparation by Viscom Students in Collaboration with the Speech Therapy Dept. of Siva ENT Hospital.

5. Regular Program in FM Radio regarding - Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology of Voice Box, Voice Audition, Vocal Cord movement, Correction of Stammering, Stuttering of Voice, Avoidance of Inflammation of Vocal Cord, Vocal Cord Movement Monitoring and Holistic Therapy & Psychological impact on Voice discrepancies.

PROGRAM GOALS

1. To Develop a basic understanding of the mechanics of Voice and speech production.

2. To Learn the foundations for vocal health and explore the relationship between the voice and physical and emotional health.

3. To examine the differences between good voice use, voice misuse and voice abuse.

4. To identify and learn to compensate for difficult speaking situations, both and off the job.

5. To learn to recognize postural imbalance and to restore more optimal posture, especially is speaking situations.

6. To Recognize specific muscle misuse and relearn easy coordinated use of the vocal system, by exploring how muscle in the breathing system, larynx and vocal tract work together in free and natural voice production.

7. To Work toward a voice that is free and responsive in all speaking situations.

VOICE THERAPY REGIMENS :

1. Resonant Therapy

2. Confidential Voice

3. Circumalaryngeal Massage

4. Lce Silverman Voice Treatment

5. The Accent Method

6. Vocal Function Exercises

7. Singing Therapy

8. Phonation on Inhalation

9. Reflexive and vegetative behaviors

10. Voice Therapy for Puberphonia

11. Auditory Integration training

12. Speech Therapy with palatrogram

13. Self Relaxation

14. Positive Thinking

15. Self – Hearing

16. Mind – Reading

17. Vision – Speaking

18. Mirror – Practice

19. Auto – Suggestion

20. Teleprompter

21. Shavasana

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Movement formed to counter noise pollution

The Hindu: article dated Jan 28th, 2002
CHENNAI, JAN. 27. Voice Against Noise, a movement to reduce noise pollution was formed today at the 10th Medical Science Conference, with M. Kumaresan, ENT surgeon, as president.
Addressing the conference, he said noise is a silent killer that can cause any problem ranging from abortion, change of the rate of heart beat, impaired vision and slow reaction to events.
Pointing out that finetuning the human skills of audition as the legendary Cleopatra did was a great tool in achieving success in big tasks, he said the excessive generation of noise by various means was impairing even the normal hearing ability.
The report of the general secretary, Paul Oommen, read out by the Exnora International secretary, Ganesan, said the movement will outline an action plan to formulate a vigilant group.
Posters would be brought out in consultation with psychologists, psychiatrists and other medical professionals. It will liaise with the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board and other Government organisations, target noise zones and campaign during religious festivals against the use of loudspeakers, highlight the problems to the Central and State Government departments and mobilise public opinion by organising painting, slogan competitions and debates at the school and college level.
The Exnora International president, M. B. Nirmal, said the forum would be utilised to launch a campaign against noise pollution.
The Tamil Nadu Dr. M G R Medical University Vice-Chancellor, M. Anandakannan, said full support will be extended to research activity and publications concerning the issue. The university will also work to include lessons on common medical problems in school text books, he added.
Manimegalai Kannan, a doctor, highlighting the plight of a relative who became deaf due to constant exposure to noise in a factory, said meditation was a means of bringing in the much desired peace that can help fight noise pollution.

கோவளம்

A walk along Leela Kempinski's Beach-walk with my wife.

Monday, August 25, 2008

குரல் பாதுகாப்பு நிகழ்ச்சி செய்யப்படும்

From: Dr.M.Kumaresan Muthaih

Subject: care of the voice

Dear Sir,
You are aware the importance of voice,as you,the professional
voice users continuously use your voice.
We are happy to invite you to attend a WORK SHOP on VOICE
THERAPY,In which diagnosis,awareness,guidance for maintaining a good
fluent and healthy voice.Practical training is given on Confidant and
resonant yogig Speech Therapy.
This is a rare opportunity to meet the pioneers and specialists.
Date
Time
Venuen
Inauguration by
Prof. Dr.M.Kumaresan, ENT Surgeon.

குரல் பாதுகாப்பு நிகழ்ச்சி செயாப்படும்

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

சன் நியுஸ், இருபது ஆகசுடு

I have received lot of phone calls for the Sun News talk.
Subject-All should learn to take care of their voice

Mr.Paris Jamal Ph 98418 57575,Advocate Mr.Britto,Er.Mr.Murugappan,Prof.Dr.S.K.Rajan informed about Prof Dr.Sessiah wishes.Mr.Nageswaran's message of appreciation,
Mr.N.Sundaram.
26255216,9444057525,26255297,9003221155,9380613245,
Many thanks forall.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

The Hindu 11 Aug 2008


Teachers learn to take care of their voice
Special Correspondent
At a day-long workshop held in the city
More photos from the Manadu.

CHENNAI: A day-long workshop on the care of voice for teachers was conducted here on Saturday.
Inaugurating the workshop, T.M.Anbarasan, Labour and Employment Minister said that for both teachers and politicians their voice was their asset. Some of the political stalwarts attained greater heights with their oratorical skills coupled with a captivating voice, he said.
Similar workshops should be conducted in various parts of the State mainly to help the teachers, Mr Anbarasan appealed to the organisers.
He requested them to organise a similar programme in Kancheepuram district which has more than 20,000 teachers.
M. Kumaresan, Managing Director, Siva ENT Hospital, said teachers, politicians, playback singers and dubbing artists had to do some exercise for about half-an-hour everyday to maintain good voice for a longer period of time. Nearly 50 per cent of the teachers in the country were having problems with their voice.
In the workshop the participants were taught on doing two basic therapies – confidential voice therapy and resonant voice therapy. This was a warm up exercise for the participants. They were advised to visit the clinics for evaluation of their voices, he said.
Kamali Sripaul, president, Maruthuva Ariviyal Kazhagam and P.Iyamperumal, Executive Director, Tamil Nadu Science and Technology Centre, were among those who participated.
The workshop was jointly organised by Maruthuva Ariviyal Kazhagam and Tamil nadu Science and Technology Centre.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

நிர்மல் கடிதம்

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மருத்துவ அறிவியல் மாநாடு

Tips for good voice:
Kamali Sripaul, president, Maruthuva Ariviyal
Kazhagam addressing teachers in Chennai on Saturday.
Kumaresan.M, secretary.
CHENNAI: A day-long workshop on the care of voice for teachers was
conducted here on Saturday.

Inaugurating the workshop, T.M.Anbarasan, Labour and Employment
Minister said that for both teachers and politicians their voice was their
asset. Some of the political stalwarts attained greater heights with their
oratorical skills coupled with a captivating voice, he said.

Similar workshops should be conducted in various parts of the State
mainly to help the teachers, Mr Anbarasan appealed to the organisers.

He requested them to organise a similar programme in Kancheepuram
district which has more than 20,000 teachers.

M. Kumaresan, Managing Director, Siva ENT Hospital, said teachers,
politicians, playback singers and dubbing artists had to do some exercise
for about half-an-hour everyday to maintain good voice for a longer
period of time. Nearly 50 per cent of the teachers in the country were
having problems with their voice.

In the workshop the participants were taught on doing two basic
therapies � confidential voice therapy and resonant voice therapy. This was a
warm up exercise for the participants. They were advised to visit the
clinics for evaluation of their voices, he said.

Kamali Sripaul, president, Maruthuva Ariviyal Kazhagam and
P.Iyamperumal, Executive Director, Tamil Nadu Science and Technology Centre, were
among those who participated.

The workshop was jointly organised by Maruthuva Ariviyal Kazhagam and
Tamil nadu Science and Technology Centre.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Thursday, July 24, 2008

VACANCY-WANTED E.N.T SURGEON

We like to appoint one E.N.T Surgeon
and one Speech Therapist in The International Research Institute for the Deaf.
Contact Dr.m.Kumaresan

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3. Textile machinary noted your comments, I willrequest my lawyer to send some photos of it. Anytimethe buyer can come to china and my lawyer will takecare of that buyer,
Thanks & Awaiting for your reply.

BLESSING LETTER FROM WORSHIPFUL PRIEST

RESPECTED SIR

THANKS FOR UR KINDLY HELP. GOD BLESS U.

SUAIBU NOOHU( IMAM OF KOWLOON MOSQUE )PRIEST.
HONG KONG.

17 th Maruthuva Arival Manadu

Subject-Care of the voice for Teachers.
Place-Birla Planetorium.
Date Saturday,9 th Aug 2008.
Needs Registration.
Cell-98410 55774

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Tuesday, May 13, 2008