• Download mobile app
21 Jul 2024, Edition - 3295, Sunday

Trending Now

  • TN Governer RN Ravi ‘s tenure to end by July 31. Home Ministry mulling extension.
  • High Court on the three criminal laws: Laws may cause confusion among the public.Govt should have consulted the legal Commission before implementing it.
  • Due to crowdstrike update irregularities in Microsoft applications, airline services in India and other data online services comes to a halt.
  • Coimbatore gets another flight as Indigo announced flight to Abudhabi from August 10. The flight will operate thrice a week.


Coin and stamp exhibition from September 4

Covai Post Network


The All India Coimbatore 100th Coin and Stamp Exhibition 2015 will be held from September 4 onwards, for three days, at the Kamalam Duraisamy Hall behind Gandhipuram bus stand. This year’s exhibition will be held in memory of the former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, and dedicated to the teachers, as part of the Teachers’ Day celebrations.

C. Palanisamy, Secretary of Coimbatore Coins and Stamps Exhibition Federation, said that the exhibition will be inaugurated by K. Soudarapandian, District Forest Officer, on September 4, and will be open up to September 6. Members of the public can view the exhibits from 9.30 AM to 8.00 PM.

He added that stamps, currency notes, and coins, some as old as 2500 years, will be displayed at the exhibition. Also on display will be coins of the Cheran, Chola, and Pandiya era, and those issued by the British, Dutch, and Portuguese rulers.Some special collections like gold, silver, and bronze coins from the Tipu Sulthan, Mughal, and British era and those belonging to Adolf Hitler will be exhibited.

Prizes will be awarded to the participants for various stamp collections on September 6, the last day of the exhibition. The organizers are expecting large participation from students and teachers.

Subscribe To Our Newsletter