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"Taruna"m- One Day of our member


Its interesting that when I started this Chennai HR forum with social intent I was unaware that there are so many like minded good hearts doing lots of activities which is not brought to light.On a casual chat with Ms Taruna one of the active participant of our group she was sharing that she is a frequent visitor to orphanages and on that particular day she spent whole day in "Nalmanam" an NGO in Villivakkam. Immediately I was shocked and it put me to shame though I have been involving myself in such activities I missed to write a few words about Ms Taruna on her visit.She has spent whole day with the kids there ,enabled them to learn and helped them in a lots of fun and learning activities.Ms Taruna Hinduja is the Head-HR / Training of SPI Cinemas and a good friend of mine who reciprocates lots of similarities in thought process when it comes to hard work,social intent,corporate loyalty etc.


On behalf of chennai HR forum and all the active good hearts I would like to congratulate Taruna and wish her all the best.

She has promised that she will be taking me there one weekend  and I am waiting for that " TARUNAM" again


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