Tuesday, May 1, 2018


We are happy to inform our readers that a 320 page Digest of select articles published in the 130 issues of past ezines titled 'PreSense130'  was launched at Chennai on 28th April 2018. Online edition of the Digest can be downloaded free from www.corpezine.com.  

Editorial Team is pleased to release the 134th (April 2018) edition of your ezine PreSense broadly with the following contents:

1.  Editorial : V Rajendran writes on the role and responsibilities of parents in developing the children.
2. Cover Story : Susan Koshy writes on the Fake News and the constitutional provisions and responsibilities.
3.  Nation:  K. Srinivasan writes a review on the functioning of the Parliament and the top performing Members and the Standing Committees.
4.  Nation:  Sakthi Prasanna (Guest writer) writes on  important facts about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)  and the provisions of the law.
5.  A brief report on the release of PreSense130.
6.  Announcement:  Sansad Ratna Awards 2018 will be presented to the top performing Parliamentarians and Standing Committees on 9th June 2018 at IIT Madras.  Registrations will be open from 10th May 2018 through our site www.sansadratna.in.  
7.  Usual Prince cartoon.

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Third edition of Digest PreSense130 launched - Download the book free



The third edition of the Collector’s Digest titled PreSense 130 was released at a function held in the evening of Saturday, 28th April 2018 at Chennai.

Former Chief Election Commissioner of India Shri T S Krishna Murthy released the print edition of PreSense130.  Dr P Ganesan, Mg. Director, Vinayaka-Sony Fireworks Group, Sivakasi received the first copy.  Shri R Bhagwan Singh, Executive Editor of Deccan Chronicle launched the online edition of the book. 

Dr Devanathan Yadav, Chairman of Win TV and Smt. Srimathy Sridhar, General Manager of Chennai Circle offered felicitations.  Many eminent persons of the city and readers of the eMagazine PreSense were present.

The Digest can be downloaded free of cost from the links

http://www.prpoint.com/ezine/presense130
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Sunday, April 1, 2018

133rd (March 2018) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on challenged and differently abled persons + Cover Story on Stephen Hawking + Political ethics in Canada + Inspiring story of Divya + DiJAI Students Forum + many more



Editorial Team is pleased to release the 133rd (March 2018) edition of eMagazine PreSense broadly with the following contents:

1. Editorial :  Susan Koshy writes on how the challenged and differently abled persons in the society are not recognised properly in the society and the immediate need for bringing out the potential in them.

2.  Cover Story : Prof. R Jagannathan writes on the achievements of Stephen Hawking.

3. International :  Susan Koshy brings out the ethics followed by the political leaders in Canada.  This article is based on the interview with Ranjith, a political volunteer in Canada.

4.  Ignited Minds :  Susan Koshy writes a feature on the inspiring story of Divya, who braved all challenges during her childhood. 

5.  PreSense initiative : V Rajendran writes on the recent workshop organised by Digital Journalists Association of India (DiJAI), an initiative of PreSense, at Sivakasi and the formation of Students Forum in Virudhunagar District. 

6.  Triambak's Prince cartoon

PreSense is pleased to announce that the third printed edition of the Digest titled ‘PreSense 130’ will be released shortly. The Digest will be released as a hard copy and will also be available in downloadable PDF format, after release. This edition will include select articles published by us in the first 130 editions and will be supplementary to the earlier released Digest, PreSense 100+.

This eMagazine can be downloaded from the following link also.

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Thursday, March 1, 2018

132nd (Feb 2018) edition of eMagazine PreSense: Editorial on the need of Good Character + two Cover stories on how PNB scam opens up a new Panddora's box warranting a proble on software purchase by banks + Rabies, a 100% fatal disease is 100% preventable + MMA Annual convention 2018 + Sansad Ratna Awards 2018 + many more


Editorial Team is pleased to release the 132nd (Feb 2018) edition of eMagazine PreSense broadly with the following contents:

1. Editorial : V Rajendrans writes on the need of good character in the aftermath of banking scams.

2.  Cover Story 1 and 2: K. Srinivasan writes on the recent PNB Scam and how it opens up another Pandora's box.  He demands a detailed probe on the software purchases of all banks.

3.  Health : Susan Koshy writes on Rabies, a 100% fatal disease, that is 100% preventable.

4.  Announcement : Sansad Ratna Awards Jury Committee Meeting held at Delhi.

5.  Media Partnership : PreSense was the ezine Partner for the Annual Convention 2018 of Madras Management Association.  Susan Koshy gives a brief report on the Convention.

6.  Triambak's Prince cartoon

This eMagazine PreSense may also be downloaded from the following link.

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Thursday, February 1, 2018

131st (Jan 2018) edition of eMagazine PreSense: Editorial on Ban on fireworks and its impact + Cover Story on Bitcoins + US Shutdown + Performance of MPs in the Lok Sabha + An innovative initiative by IIT Madras students + many more


Editorial Team of PreSense is pleased to release the 131st (Jan 2018) edition broadly with the following contents:

1.  Editorial: K. Srinivasan writes on the uncertainity over the ban on fireworks that may impact more than a crore workers in India.

2.  Cover Story :  V Rajendran writes on the 'Bit Coins' and explains the Blockchain technology that is now trending at global level. 

3.  Nation : K.  Srinivasan analyses the performance of MPs individually, party-wise and party-wise in the Lok Sabha till the end of Winter Session 2017.

4.  Special Article :  Susan Koshy writes on the new innovative initiative of IIT Madras students, who have introduced 'hire to ride a bicycle' concept within their campus. 

5.  International : T N Ashok explains the recent US Government Shutdown.

6.  Triambak's Prince cartoon 

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Sunday, December 31, 2017

130th (Dec 2017) edition of PreSense: Editorial on verdicts + Cover story on Gujarat Elections + Yoga Nidra + The Auroras + Announcements about Sansad Ratna Awards and DiSAI + many more


The Editorial Team of ezine PreSense greets all readers a very happy and prosperous New Year 2018.  

We are pleased to release the 130th (December 2017) edition of  PreSense broadly with the following contents.

1.  Editorial : Susan Koshy writes  on  the recent verdicts titled  'Verdicts – A Comedy of Errors or A Matter of Concern?' 

2.  Cover Story: T N Ashok writes on the recent Gujarat Elections and the lessons to be learnt by BJP and Congress. 

3.  Health:  Prime Point Srinivasan writes on 'Yoga Nidra', a power tool for body-mind relaxation.

4.  Wonders of nature:  Susan Koshy writes on 'The Auroras – Borealis and Australis'.

5.  Triambak Sharma's Prince cartoon.

6.  Announcements relating to Sansad Ratna Awards 2018 and workshop by Digital Security Association of India, the initiatives of your ezine PreSense. 

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Friday, December 1, 2017

129th (November 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial - Are social networking sites threat to national security? + Cover Story on the benefits of barefoot and 8 shaped walking + Interesting facts about Nobel Prize + Hubble space telescope + announcements relating to DiJAI and DiSAI + many more


Editorial Team is pleased to release/ attach the 129th (November 2017) edition of your ezine PreSense broadly with the following contents:

1.  Editorial:  V Rajendran writes on whether the social networking sites are threat to national security.

2.  Cover Story: K. Srinivasan and Susan Koshy write on the benefits of walking, including barefoot walking and 9 (eight) shaped walking.

3.  Dr R Jagannathan writes on the interesting facts about Nobel Prize.  

4.  Sukruti Narayanan writes about Hubble space telescope and expanding universe.

5.  Triambak Sharma's usual Prince cartoon.

6.  Announcement :  Digital Journalists Association of India (DiJAI), an initiative of this ezine PreSense invites amateur (non professional and students) to contribute their articles.

7.  Announcement :  PreSense starts the fourth initiative Digital Security Association of India (DiSAI) to create awareness about the digital security issues.

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Wednesday, November 1, 2017

128th (Oct 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Cover Story on Siddha System of Medicine + Editorial on Leadership traits + NPA norms in Indian banks + Wonders of Diomede Islands + Many more


We are pleased to release the 128th (October 2017) edition of eMagazine PreSense broadly with the following contents:

We have revamped the Editorial Team from this month to take this ezine to next level.  Details are given in this edition.

1.  Editorial :  Susan Koshy (Editor in Chief)  writes on Leadership traits in every day life.

2.  Cover Story : Recently, Nilavembu Kashayam, a Siddha medicine helped in the prevention and treatment of the Dengue Fever, thus saving thousands of lives in Tamil Nadu. This has brought the Siddha system of medicine to the centre stage.  K. Srinivasan (Managing Editor)  and Dr Jagannathan (Editorial Advisor)  write about the strength of the Siddha system of Medicine and the challenges faced by it. 

3.  Nation:  V Rajendran (Editor) writes on the Non Performing Assets (NPA) in Indian banking system and the urgent need for fixing NPA norms in Indian perspective, instead of following Western style. 

4.  Special article :  Sukruti Narayanan writes on the Diomede Islands, where two locations separated by 4 KMs have a time difference of 21 hours.  

5.  Triambak's ususal Prince cartoon

6.  An exclusive interview recorded by us in October 2009 with Dr Abdul Kalam on "Three Dimensional approach to maintain good health".

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Sunday, October 1, 2017

127th (Sep 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Cover Story on the quick survey results 40 months of Modi Sarkar + Review of Cabinet resuffle + Editorial on the use of Technology + Tributes to Bharat Ratna M S Subbulakshmi + many more


Editorial Team is pleased to release the 127th (Sep 2017) edition of ezine PreSense broadly with the following contents.

1.  Cover Story 1:  K. Srinivasan writes on the findings of the quick survey conducted by this ezine PreSense to study the perception of the people on the 40 months governance of Modi Sarkar.  The survey indicates a warning bell to Modi Government.

2.  Cover Story 2 : T N Ashok reviews the recent cabinet reshuffle by Modi Sarkar.

3.  Editorial :  Susan Koshy writes on the positive use of technology.

4.  Special Article :  Susan Koshy features Bharat Ratna M S Subbulakshmi, when the nation celebrates her birth centenary.

5.  Triambak's ususal Prince cartoon

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Friday, September 1, 2017

126th (Aug 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial and Cover Story on Blue Whale Challenge + Performance of Members in Parliament + Legal remedies available for students and other consumers + Evolution of Advertising - Branding + Quit India Movement 1942 + many more


Editorial Team is pleased to release the 126th (August 2017) edition of ezine PreSense broadly with the following contents:

1. Editorial and Cover Story:  In viw of the recent, threat to our children by the 'Blue Whale Challenge suicide Game', this issue focusses on this important topic.  Susan Koshy, Editor has written the Editorial and V Rajendran, Editorial Team Member, has written the cover story.  Triambak Sharma has also added the importance by sending his cartoon on this theme.  

2.  Nation:  K. Srinivasan, Editor in Chief, writes on the performance of the Members in the Parliament till the end of Twelfth Session (Monsoon 2017).  He has also analysed how the various states, political parties and celebrities have performed in the Parliament.  

3.  Special aricle:  Jagannath Badrinath, Advocate explains as to how the students and other consumers can avail the legal remedies through District Consumer Forums.  

4.  Recently, the Nation celebrated the 75th Anniversary of Quit India Movement.  We reproduc the article authored by K. Srinivasan and published in August 2013 issue, for the benefit of youngsters.

5.  Sukruti Narayanan, Editorial Team writes on Evolution of Advertising - Branding

6.  Triambak's usual Prince cartoon on Blue Whale Challenge.

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Tuesday, August 1, 2017

125th (July 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on 'Green is disappearing' + Cover Story on "concerns over GSTN" + Launch of PreSense125 and DiJAI Students Forum + Kargil Vijay Divas + Evolution of Advertising + many more


We are pleased to release the 125th (July 2017 edition of ezine PreSense broadly with the following contents.  On 27th July 2017, coinciding with the second Remembrance Day of Dr APJ Abdul kalam, we launched the 125th Edition and also Students Forum of Digital Journalists Association of India.  DiJAI Students Forum is a new initiative of your ezine PreSense.

1.  Editorial: Susan Koshy gives 'Red alert' on the disappearing forest areas;
2.  Cover Story :  K. Srinivasan writes on the GST Network, the company created to handle GST data and cautions on the shareholding pattern of the company;
3.  Launch of PreSense125 and DiJAI Students Forum - A report
4.  Guidelines for DiJAI Students Forum
5.  Remembering Dr APJ Abdul Kalam - Two exclusive interviews republished
6.  Susan Koshy writes on Kargil Vijay Divas - Saluting the Heroes
7.  Sukruti Narayanan writes on Evolution of Advertising
8.  Triambak's Prince cartoon

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Saturday, July 29, 2017

PreSense125 launched along with a new initiative of Students Forum for Digital Journalism

Dr Mariazeena Johnson launching PreSense125 and DiJAI Students Forum. The cartoon on the right was flashed symbolically
Dr Mariazeena Johnson launching PreSense125 and DiJAI Students Forum. The cartoon on the right was flashed symbolically
Coinciding with the second Remembrance Day of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, on 27th July 2017, 125th edition of ezine PreSense and the Students Forum of Digital Journalists Association of India (DiJAI) were launched at Dr MGR Janaki College of Arts & Science for women, Chennai.  Dr Mariazeena Johnson, Pro-Chancellor of Sathyabama University was the Chief Guest and launched the initiatives.  DiJAI is one of the initiatives of PreSense.

Susan Koshy, Editor of ezine PreSense tracing the history of the ezine PreSense explained the purpose of Students Forum.  While delivering the inaugural address, Dr Mariazeena Johnson wanted a similar DiJAI Students Forum to be started in a grand manner in their University.  Representatives from other Colleges who attended the event wanted a similar Students Forum to be launched in their institutions also.  Presently DiJAI plans to launch the Students Forum in four or five institutions in the next six months.  

Presently, DiJAI Students Forum is launched in two Chennai based Colleges, viz. (1) Dr MGR Janaki College of Arts & Science for Women and (2) Soka Ikeda College of Arts & Science for women.  The student  members were enrolled through a rigorous selection process by the College Authorities.  Around 65 students from these Colleges are now enrolled in the Students forum.

Students from different domains with good writing skills (Tamil or English) and with a passion to become a good Digital Journalists were the only criteria for selection.  

Before the launch of Students Forum, an exclusive interview with Dr Abdul kalam, recorded over phone in August 2017  by Prime Point Srinivasan (Editor in Chief, PreSense) was screened.  In this exclusive interview, Dr Kalam has given six suggestions to Media persons to be part of national development.  The six point agenda set by Dr Abdul kalam will be the focus for the Students Forum.  

DiJAI will handhold the students to become a good Digital journalists focussing on positive and development journalism.  The interview with Dr Abdul Kalam is embedded here.


After the launch of  the DiJAI Students Forum, a workshop was held on the Digital Journalism.  Details of the workshop with complete presentations will be given in the next posting.

The photos taken during the launch event is embedded here.

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