Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Request from a Signal Officer's Daughter

Dear Signallers,
An email received from Ms Charu Shankar, daughter of Late Maj R Thiagarajan, a very very well known and popular Signaller, is reproduced below. The email is self-explanatory.
Maj R Thiagarajan was my instructor at MCTE (then School of Signals) when I did my degree course.
Kindly do help Ms Charu and vote for her book.
Please do share this email with your friends and request them also to vote.
Thank you.
Teevra Chaukas.
In Service of The Corps of Signals
Chander Kamboj.

From: Charu Shankar
Sent: 22 February 2011 02:53
Subject: my book video, please vote

Hi Ossie & Brig Kamboj,
Just wanted to share I'm writing a book about dad's teachings-Major. R. Thiagarajan who served in the Corps of Signals with Ossie. To get my book published, I need your help to vote.
Just go on this website
1) register on this page by typing your email id & creating a password (I have attached what the pages look like to make it easy for you)
2) then vote
your vote will help me spread dad's teachings to everyone else.
voting deadline is feb 28, so please vote now & let everyone else know in the Armed forces, everyone that dad touched in his work,
warm regards

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