Updating RWA Directory


As you are aware, CoRWA has entered 9th year of its foundation and in these past eight years  has expanded its activities substantially throughout the country. 

CoRWA which is now the pan-India Apex Body, carrying ahead the RWA Mission, under the able guidance of our senior leaders like Dr. Rao VB J Chelikani, the Founder of RWA Mission in India, Col Tejendra Pal Tyagi, Vir Chakra, our Convener, Sri B T Srinivasan,  Senior Executive Vice President and other Senior Members.

The CoRWA office at Hyderabad is circulating uninterruptedly the hard copy of the magazine "Tarnaka Times", which gives a monthly glimpse of our activities. An online version of Tarnaka Times is being handled ably by Sri C Chittipantulu garu, Chief Editor of www.tarnakatimes.com

However, of late we find that most of the contact postal addresses, email IDs and contact numbers of several RWAs are outdated and often we find mails and post copies being returned to sender. At the same time several new RWAs have been formed in different cities of the country and CoRWA would like to contact them to bring them into the fold.

It is therefore felt necessary to update the RWA Directory at the national level. To this effect, we request you to kindly update information on your RWA in the following format:

Name of the RWA:


Contact Postal Address (with Pin Code):


Names of the President & the Secretary with Phone Number and email:

We also humbly request you to take the initiative and send us details of any new RWA that may have been formed recently in your town/city/ or Federation of RWAs in any State. We plan to publish an updated directory by end of this year.

Please send all information to either of the following:


Anticipating your cooperation,


Dr.K.S.R.Murthy, Secretary General,  

CoRWA, Vice President, APFERWAS,

President, JR Nagar RWA.

Former Emeritus Scientist, N.I.O., Visakhapatnam. 

Cell: 9848190440.

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  1. The Street dogs menace is making the lives of the general public horrible now a days. There have been several incidents of Dog-bites and deaths reported in the recent times, at various parts of the state and the country. Such a serious issue need to be taken at national level, since there are certain guidelines on the action to be taken on the street dogs, by the Local bodies. Keeping the aspect of Animal Protect act into view, certain strong & stringent action needs to be initiated by the Govts in order to ensure that there is no threat of Street dogs to the general public. At some places, the street dogs do chase the two wheeler raiders to some distance, with loud barking. At such time, the vehicle riders gets frightened and speeds up to avert the dog-mishap. In order to protect the Animals there are Acts and monitoring agencies & NGOs. But there is no methodology to protect the civil rights against the street dogs, as it clearly appears. The civic bodies do not feel it serious to take the measures either to (a) to take away the street dogs from the residential areas or (b) to affect birth control measures. On account of this, the population of street dogs on the roads has been increasing day by day, posing a serious threat to the movement of the public on roads.
    Hence, this serious issue may have to be taken-up at national level at appropriate forums, like National Conference of RWAs, generally held during November, every year. If necessary the issue may have to be taken up at Supreme Court level, since the Animal Protection Act comes in the way of the Human Protection.
    TV Nageswara Rao

  2. thanks highly informative sambandam jayakumar, vice chairman senior citizen bureau and U3a chennai 600010 south india 093818 01446