Tuesday, September 27, 2011

TAM Annual Spiritual Competition

The Telugu Association of Malaysia (TAM)

In the effort to foster cultural awareness and heritage of the community, the objectives are mainly to promote, preserve and safeguard the Telugu language, economic, social, cultural, spiritual, and educational guidance of the Telugus. There are 30 branches Nationwide and the Telugu Association of Malaysia is serving more than 300,000 Telugu population in Malaysia.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Confusion again for allowing to be registered as Telugus

Lately, Pejabat Pendaftaran(Putrajaya NRIC office) did not allow a Telugu child to be registered as Telugu and hence registered as in the group of others

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Telugu children Birth Certificate Telugu code 0305

There was some confussion where some of the Pejabat Pendaftaran(NRIC offices) were not allowing our Telugu children to be registered as Telugus.It was then in 2005 that we(TAM) wrote and met some of the officers concern. After which it was or is still allowed now. And our Telugu code is 0305

At the same, we also highlighted the correct usage of the word Telugu not as Telegu. Currently all Government Departments are using it correctly as Telugu.

Please pass the message to all our Telugu newly married ones about registering our children as Telugu which will then speaks itself about Telugu popolution.

Friday, September 9, 2011


Adduri Juvalu 1918 - 1991
20 years ago my beloved father passed away on 9/9/1991.
Sadly missed and always remembered by his children.

From Kuala Bernam Estate, Teluk Intan(Anson)
MIC Kuala Bernam branch Chairman
Later as Parit Dayang MIC branch chairman
National Union Plantation Workers(NUPW) branch chairman,Perak committee member & National council member
Telugu Association Malaysia South Perak chairman
established Andhra Kesari Library
Lower Perak Football Association committee member
Lower Perak Football Referee
PIBS Khir Johari Sungai Sumun Committee member

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

TAM Kulim Telugu Youths Blood Donation

Date : 11 Sept 2011
Time : 2.00pm
Venue : Kulim Telugu Bhavanamu
Please promote this campaign to your friends
For more infor , pls contact organizer chairman,
Nookarajoo(0124593370) and Yth Leader, PrabhakaraRao(0125735221).
Source Itlu, Kulim Telugu Youths.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

New Governor Rosaiah / Chief Minister Jayalalithaa

Governor of Tamil Nadu Konijeti Rosaiah (right) shares a lighter moment with Chief Minister Jayalalithaa at his swearing-in ceremony held at the Raj Bhavan in Chennai on Wednesday. Photo: S.R. Raghunathan

Telugus in chennai cheer as Rosaiah takes charge

As the Telugu-speaking community in Chennai quietly cheered, former Andhra Pradesh chief minister Konijeti Rosaiah assumed charge as Tamil Nadu governor on Wednesday. Chief Justice of the Madras high court MY Eqbal administered the oath of office to Rosaiah. The new governor signed the copy of the oath of office exactly at 4.22pm to loud applause from the crowd gathered for the swearing-in ceremony. Chief minister J Jayalalithaa then introduced her cabinet colleagues to the newly sworn-in governor.

The Chief Justice introduced the judges to Rosaiah. But the section which was most delighted with Rosaiah's new charge was the sizeable Telugu community in the city. Hundreds of them were among the large gathering at the Raj Bhavan. Representatives of Telugu associations in Chennai greeted him personally. A few had even put up welcome banners from the Chennai airport to the Raj Bhavan. Among the dignitaries at the ceremony were some ministers and politicians from AP. MPs T Subbirami Reddy, KVP Ramachandra Rao, who is a close friend of the late YS Rajasekhara Reddy, V Hanumantha Rao and M Srinivasalu Reddy and finance minister A Ramanarayana Reddy, actor Chiranjeevi, who recently joined the Congress, Channa Reddy's son and MLA M Sashidar Reddy, actor and DMDK leader Vijayakanth, TNCC president KV Thangkabalu, singers S Janaki and P Susheela, actor Anjali Devi and others were present. Among the dignitaries were more than 20 persons from Rosaiah's native Vemuru village in Guntur district. "We have seen him from his childhood. He is a very simple person. We are very proud to have such a big leader. We hope he will do good work for Tamil Nadu," said D Muthaiah from Vemuru. Subbarami Reddy told TOI, "We are very happy about his appointment. He is a very experienced leader. I hope the relationship between the state and the Centre would improve during his tenure as a Governor." Bethi Reddy Srinivas, founder-president of Sri Kalasudha Telugu association, said, "We are having another senior leader from Andhra Pradesh as TN governor. We are in a celebratory mood." Andhra club president CL Narasa Reddy expressed happiness. The Chief Justice and other judges left the after swearing-in ceremony and did not stay back to take part in the tea party . "Tamil Nadu is a big state and I am a lucky person to serve as a governor here. I know a bit of Tamil, but I cannot speak the language properly. But I have to learn Tamil and I hope to speak the language in a few days," Rosaiah told reporters later. Former governor Surjit Singh Barnala left the city on Wednesday.