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Published on January 30, 2014

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Robert E. Lee Hill, Rotary Club of Columbia, Missouri, USA 24th President of Rotary International "Merely selling things is boredom; selling services is the stuff of which self-respect and dignifying one's vocation are made." th Issue: 30, 30 Jan, 2014 Today@Rotary Mysore th Business Meeting, Rotary Center, 30 Jan 2014, 6:30 pm So said PHF PP Ravikumar in his discussion on “Wills and their Implications” last Thursday at the Rotary Center. What is a will? WILL is a legal declaration of the intent of a person with respect to own assets property or finances, which he/she desires to take effect after death. In its absence, there can be conflicting claimants to the assets and the issue may have to be settled in a court if there are any complications. The will comes into effect only after the death of the executor of the will and can be revoked or modified any time prior to his / her death. Who can make a will? Any person who is not a minor and is of sound mind can make a will. A will can be challenged in a court of law on the grounds that it was made under coercion or undue influence. Therefore, it has to be established that the will was made by the individual in complete control of his faculties. One way to do so is to get the will registered. Any adult with property / finances can and should write a will, PP Ravikumar said. One can make a will on plain paper, with 2 witnesses. It is not legally necessary to make the will on stamp paper. It is advisable to write the will in one's own handwriting (also called a holographic will) as the handwriting also provides additional authentication in addition to the signatures. The Where there is a Will, there is a Way wordings should be explicit expressing actual intent and not just a wish. A living will is a legal document that a person uses to make known his or her wishes regarding life prolonging medical treatments. A person can make multiple wills for different assets / properties. If any corrections, they can be made with proper counter-signatures. A will can be made to an only child, and even an unborn child. A will can be disproportionately distributed. Registration: Registration of a will is not compulsory in India. However, registration implies that the person writing the will and the witnesses have appeared before the registering officers who have verified their identity and attested the same. The will should be registered in the office of the sub-registrar of the district in which the executor resides. The will can also be deposited with the sub-registrar. Changing the Will: You can change your will any time you want to. However, make sure that when you make a new will, you mention that this will is the latest with correct date and that it supersedes all earlier wills. Attesting Witnesses: The attesting witness and his or her spouse should not be a beneficiary under the terms of your Will. This might create vested interests and sometimes make your will invalid. An organization like the Rotary, for example, or more specifically, TRF can be made a benefactor of one's will, if so desired. PP Ravikumar also brought out the differences between a nominee of a bank account and of a mutual fund. It is better to have a video and audio recording of the will-making process for absolute authenticity, PP Ravikumar concluded. It was a great learning experience and all of us should shed our inhibitions and write our wills and ensure peace of mind for all concerned.

CHAMUNDI DRR Rtr. Rajeev made a plea for purchase of tickets for the Shivamani st show on the 31 of Jan, at Rs. 1500/= per couple with dinner, venue being Silent Shores. Please contact him immediately for tickets. He also requested for participation and contributions from Rotarians towards Rotasia 2014. News Snippets State level TT - Rotary Mysore and Rotary Mysore West joined hands with Parents Table Tennis Academy towards organizing the State Ranking Veterans Table Tennis Tournament 2014. The tournament was held on the 25th and 26th of January at Kuvempu Trust auditorium. Rotary Mysore co-sponsored Hejje Gejje, a mega dance fest organised by Sri Nimishamba Dance promotors on the 25th and 26th of January at Jaganmohan palace. It was a State level dance competition. Trustee Chair's Message – January 2014 January is Rotary Awareness Month – a time to learn more about our organization. The more we're known for our good work, the more good work we'll be able to do. Because of The Rotary Foundation, people around the world know that they can depend on Rotary in their time of need. And as Rotarians, it is our responsibility to understand and promote our Foundation and help keep it strong. The most important responsibility we have is also the simplest: It is leading by example. We cannot ask Rotarians to make our Foundation a priority if we have not made it a priority ourselves, by making our own donation. This was the thinking behind President Ron's idea of the "First Class": In this Rotary year, every district governor has made a contribution, in his or her own name, to The Rotary Foundation. I believe that every Rotary leader should do the same. We cannot ask others to do what we are not willing to do ourselves. Our goal in The Rotary Foundation has always been Doing Good in the World, and we have an organization of people with the right skills and connections to get the job done. We have earned the confidence of our communities and the world. We take our responsibilities very seriously. We work hard to make sure that every dollar Dear Friends th On 13 January, India completed 3 years without a Polio case. The day was celebrated across India by Rotary as a major milestone towards a Polio Free India. th On 11 February, the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India is celebrating the success of the Polio Eradication Programme in India. A major event has been planned by the Rotary Mysore was instrumental in planting Tree saplings near Chikkamma Niketana recently.(About 500 samplings were distributed) TZP news: PDG R. Guru contributed Rs. 25,000/= towards TZP for this year. Total contribution by him to the TZP corpus is Rs 1 lakh. that is given to our Foundation is making a difference. How much good we can do is limited only by our imagination, our ambition, and our own willingness to keep our Foundation strong. I know that you have the ambition and the imagination. So I ask you all to act on them: to support our Foundation yourselves, and to encourage others to do the same – so that all of us can do more good in a world that needs our help so much. D.K.Lee Trustee Chair 2013-14 Government of India at the Talkatora Indoor Stadium for approx. 3000 participants. The Hon'ble President of India, the Hon'ble Prime Minister, Smt. Sonia Gandhi and the Minister of Health have confirmed their participation in the event. The theme of the Programme is “A Proud India Celebrates Three Years of Freedom from Polio”. The Government of India has shown its confidence in Rotary by asking it to provide support in organizing the Programme. Rotary has also been asked to invite upto 1000 school students and 500 Rotarians. This is to request you to spare your time to attend this important Programme. Regards, Deepak Kapur, Rotary International's India National PolioPlus Committee

(ISO Chairperson Ann Anuradha Nandakumar and I, had prepared a series of articles on the occasion of the District Conference. Here is one of them…Your Editor) Key Milestones in Rotary History rd .Harris, Silvester 1905 On 23 February, Paul P Schiele, Gustavus Loehr and Hiram Shorey met at Unity Building, Chicago and translated Paul Harris's idea to have a club of professional and business people for friendship and fellowship. Thus began Rotary 1907 First community service taken up to make Rotary meaningful: public comfort station (toilet) installed in Chicago's City Hall by Rotary Club of Chicago 1910 • 16 Rotary Clubs form a united body, National Association of Rotary Clubs · • First Rotary Club outside US was formed in Winnipeg, MB, Canada which made Rotary International, later in 1912 in Great Britain and Ireland. • First RI Convention held 1911 Magazine in English, “The National Rotarian” was born, forerunner to “The Rotarian” 1915 • New standard club constitution and model bylaws adopted at San Francisco Convention • Club Count reached 200 and District Governor concept came into being 1917 Arch Klump establishes an endowment fund-a forerunner of the Rotary Foundation of RI 1919 Rotary spreads to Philippines, China, Panama, India and Argentina, making it 500 Clubs 1924 • Membership crosses 1 lakh mark. · The first house of friendship is instituted at RI Convention in Toronto, Canada. • Wives of Rotarians in Great Britain & Ireland, who were helping their husbands in Rotary activities decided to form a separate club, which was christened in 1934 as INNER WHEEL, founder Mrs. Oliver Golding was elected as first President. 1931 • 18 Clubs fall victim to world depression. • Austrian Government issued a set of six stamps to commemorate 22nd Annual Convention at Vienna 1943 USA War Production Board presented Rotary International with a citation in recognition of meritorious salvage work by clubs in the USA 1947 Founder Paul P Harris passed away in . Chicago. The Fellowship plan which was announced in 1946, was dedicated as a memorial to him and an auspicious start was made by the granting of 18 fellowships for the scholastic year of 1947-48. 1954 Rotary Headquarters new building in Evanston started functioning 1962 First Interact Club comes into being at Melbourne, Florida, USA 1967 Inner Wheel movement crossed its country of origin and spread out into other countries, became International 1968 Rotaract, a service organization for young men and women in the age group of 18-30 is launched in Charlotte, North Carolina 1978 A new venture in service, the Health, Hunger and Humanity (3-H) Grants program is initiated to improve social development as a means of advancing inter national understanding, goodwill and peace. 1984 Rotary unveils its PolioPlus Program to immune all the children of the world and commits eradication of polio from the face of Earth by 2005 1990 Rotary establishes its Preserve Planet Earth Program, with more than 2000 Rotary Clubs undertaking environmental projects 2005 • Centenary year celebrated throughout the world with RI theme – Celebrate Rotary • Except 4 countries, all other countries declared as Polio-Free 2011 Kalyan Banerjee, technocrat from India leads - Rotary International's 101st President 2013 After Polio its TEACH LIGHT UP ROTARY – theme speech by Gary Huang, RI President 2014-15 Rotary is an organization that has something for everyone. All over the world, in cities and towns, for well over a century, Rotarians have come together to serve. And in the years since Rotary was founded, countless Rotarians and others have discovered the joys of Rotary service, through Rotaract, Interact, Rotary Community Corps, Youth Exchange, and many other programs. All of us are part of the family of Rotary. And we have all gained so much from our Rotary service. We've made friends, helped our communities, and made the world a better, safer, and healthier place. We've become part of a truly international network of volunteers, and we've learned how much we can achieve when we put our differences aside and work together. Many of the ideas and values that we cherish in Rotary are not unique to Rotary. Perhaps the reason Rotary resonates so deeply with me is that I find many traditional Chinese values reflected in Rotary: values of service and responsibility, of respect for family and for others. It is not surprising, then, that the ideas of Confucius so often guide me in my Rotary service. To me, Confucius was the original Rotarian. More than two thousand years before Paul Harris was born, he said: To put the world in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must first set our hearts right. In Rotary, we set our hearts right by putting Service Above Self. And we recognize that in order to be ambitious in our service, we must first care for our own organization and expand our family of Rotary. In 2014- 15, I will ask all of you to Light Up Rotary - by sharing our service, strengthening our clubs, and letting our light shine in our communities. In this Rotary year, we will Light Up Rotary by reaching our goal of 1.3 million Rotarians, bringing in new members while working to keep the members we have. To do this, we'll need to approach membership in new ways, and try new ideas. Hold a Rotary Day to give your community a chance to learn more about Rotary. Remember that Rotary is a family and is for the family: Encourage your spouse and other family members to consider joining, and reach out to Youth Exchange and Foundation alumni. Focus on your own club, and look realistically at why members stay, and why they leave. What can you do to make being a Rotarian an appealing and attractive opportunity for busy professionals and those with young families? We will also Light Up Rotary - and make history - by eradicating polio. Polio eradication within the next few years is absolutely realistic - if we keep up our momentum. So tell your friends, associates, and elected officials how critical it is that we End Polio Now. Donate to the PolioPlus Fund and encourage others to do so as well. By meeting the newest challenge issued by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, we can make our money work /three times as hard. Be an active part of the greatest public-private health partnership in the history of the world, and share in the pride when the job is finished. In 2014-15, as we strengthen our clubs and Light Up Rotary in more than 34,000 communities, our commitment and our service will light up the world. Gary C.K. Huang President, Rotary International, 2014-15

CHAMUNDI The 5 Riddles Corner 1. A murderer is condemned to death. He has to choose between three rooms. The first is full of raging fires, the second is full of assassins with loaded guns, and the third is full of lions that haven't eaten in 3 years. Which room is safest for him? 2. A woman shoots her husband. Then she holds him under water for over 5 minutes. Finally, she hangs him. But 5 minutes later they both go out together and enjoy a wonderful dinner together. How can this be? 3. What is black when you buy it, red when you use it, and gray when you throw it away? 4. Can you name three consecutive days without using the words Wednesday, Friday, or Sunday? 5. This is an unusual paragraph. I'm curious as to just how quickly you can find out HERE ARE FIVE RIDDLES ... THE ANSWERS ARE AT THE BOTTOM. what is so unusual about it. It looks so ordinary and plain that you would think nothing was wrong with it. In fact, nothing is wrong with it! It is highly unusual though. Study it and think about it, but you still may not find anything odd. But if you work at it a bit, you might find out. Try to do so without any coaching! Answers: 1. The third room. Lions that haven't eaten in three years are dead. That one was easy, right? 2. The woman was a photographer. She hot a picture of her husband, developed it, and hung it up to dry (shot; held under water; and hung). 3. Charcoal, as it is used in barbecuing. 4. Sure you can name three consecutive days, yesterday, today, and tomorrow! 5. The letter "e" which is the most common letter used in the English language, does not appear even once in the paragraph. Annets' in a lighter vein! time to celebrate Birthday Jagadeesh Kumar K.N. Mukund P. Komarla C.K.Sabareeshan Prahalad Cheluve Urs Jan 24th Jan 26th Jan 29th Jan 29th Wedding Anniversary Rajendra Kumar P. & Santosh Kumari Jan 26th Venkataraman K.G. & Ananthalakshmi Jan 27th Solitude: Quote Hanger Solitude – a good place to visit, but a poor place to stay – Josh Billings I was never more alone than while by myself – Edward Gibbon By all means use sometimes to be alone – George Herbert Solitude excludes pleasure, and does not always secure peace – Samuel Johnson Health Bites Einstein to Chaplin: "What I most admire about your art.... you don't say a word and the rest of the world understands you" Chaplin answered: It's true, but your glory is even greater.. "The whole world admires you, even though they don't Understand a word of what you say...!" Have A Smiling Day! The Four-Way Test “Of the things we think, say or do: 1. Is it the TRUTH? 2. Is it FAIR to all concerned? 3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?”

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