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1 - 61,000 Indian millionaires shifted overseas in last 14 years

India has seen the second-biggest outflow of high net worth individuals in last 14 years, with as many as 61,000 millionaires shifting base to abroad due to reasons like tax, security and child education, says a report. A joint report by New World Wealth and LIO Global said the change in domicile, along with a rise in second citizenship applications, has increased dramatically since the turn of the century. Read more..........

2 - Farmers’ interests are only one part of designing a workable land acquisition law

- The high-decibel debate on land acquisition, playing out in Parliament and media since the opening of the budget session, is asking the wrong question. Asking whether the Land Acquisition (Amendment) Ordinance 2014 promulgated by the president is anti-farmer or not is simplistic and misleading. It forgets that the issue under consideration is establishing a workable mechanism for acquiring land, not laying down the contours of a successful kisan vikas patra scheme. - Read More..........

3- Here’s what India can learn from the Milken Conference

I’m reporting from the Milken Institute Global Conference (April 26-29) in Los Angeles. Dubbed ‘Davos with palm trees’, the conference has been around for 18 years and is globally recognised today as one of the world’s pre-eminent confluences for sharing ideas (and business cards). I’m no conference junkie. But I do attend my fair share of conclaves, ranging from Chintan Shivirs organised by my political party to arts and music festivals in Tennessee to the occasional “constellation of egos involved in massive mutual orgies of adulation” Read More....

4 - Jaitley says to consider carefully report on "black money"

- Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the government would take into account the impact on foreign investments should it act to prevent illegal funds or "black money" from flowing into India through popular equity derivative products. The comments came after a Supreme Court-appointed panel said on Friday that India needed to take stronger measures to identify the owners of participatory notes (P-notes), or derivatives that track domestic equity markets. Read More.....

5 - The hat-trick that ruined West Bengal…

- Kolkata was the capital of British India from 1858-1911. When we got Independence, it was still India’s premier city on many counts. West Bengal was also the leader in many industries and was probably the cultural capital of India. West Bengal had everything going to become India’s most developed State while Kolkata had a head-start to one day become a world class city, ahead of New Delhi and Mumbai. However while things moved slowly for the first 20 years, after that things totally went downhill with each and every party that ruled it contributing to its downfall. Read More.....

6 - National Herald case: The end of Sonia Gandhi?

- The most underplayed story of 2014 has to be the National Herald scam where Congress head honchos Sonia and Rahul Gandhi have been implicated. The mainstream media continues to be afraid of Sonia as was shown by the coverage. First things first: Now it is no longer a case of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy's allegations against the dynasty. It is a serious court case and both Sonia and Rahul are the accused. Read More...

7 - Kolkata Diary

(a)Trinamool smarts as EC orders repoll, counting now on Oct 9, (b) West Bengal cops tighten leash on syndicates , (c) Kolkata viewers suffer in cable war , (d) Snap blockade ends Kolkata airport parking fee confusion , (e) A beautification project is now underway around Nabanna, Hawrah (f) E-W Metro tunneling to start from Howrah

8 - Sports: India-Pakistan to revive cricket ties. UAE to host the series which will include three Tests, five ODIs and two T20s. The India and Pakistan cricket boards have agreed to resume bilateral cricket ties. Read More..

9 - Entertainment: Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan: Are they dating? / With Salman around 'Prem Ratan..' will do well at box office: Sonam / Yet to see enough female-driven films: Katrina Kaif

-- - Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan have both made a position for themselves in the tinsel town. If Hrithik is nick-named to be the greek god of Bollywood, Kangana too is the queen bee of B-town. Hence the pair is susceptible to all kinds of rumours all the time. Latest gossip from the media grind suggest.... / Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor who would be seen opposite Salman Khan in 'Prem Ratan Dhaan Payo' feels that the presence of the 'Dabangg' actor will ensure a good opening at box office. Directed by Sooraj Barjatya, 'Prem Ratan..' will see Salman and Sonam in the lead in the family drama, which is set to be released around this Diwali. / The disparity in the remuneration of female actors versus the male actors in India, has now attracted a reaction from Katrina Kaif. She says the industry is yet to see enough female-driven films, which can help them ask producers for a certain fee upfront. Read More..

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        NABC 2015

Mark your calendar for 36th NABC conference at Madison Square Gardens, New York, New York from 1st to 3rd July 2016. Presentation of highly entertaining program with vocalists, dancers, musicians, actors, actresses & band group from Mombai, Kolkata & Dhaka will be highlight again at the sanmelan. We will let you know participating overseas artists as soon as they will be annunced. On line registration is on as well as hotel booking. So check it out by clicking following link.


  Mohalaya & Durga Puja

MAHALAYA: This year Mahalaya live will be held on Saturday, October 17th, by Bangiya Parishad at 7:00 PM at Tagore Center. Chairperson: Bapi Banerjee 416-750-0652

DURGA PUJA: Bangiya Parishad will celebrate Durga Puja from Wednesday, October 21st, 2015 (Maha Sasthi) to Sunday, October 25th 2015, (Maha Dasami) at Tagore Center. Chair person Bapi Banerjee (416-750-0652). Co-ordinator: Anirban KarGupta (416-890-8263)

Toronto Kalibari (6815 Professional Court, Mississauga) will celebrate live Mohalaya on October 10th at 8:00 PM & tarpan / kali puja on Oct 11th starting at 9:00 AM. Kalibari will celebrate Durga Puja from from Oct 18th(sasthi) to Oct 22nd(dasami). For more info please call 905-405-0780


 Laxmi puja celebration by Bangiya Parishad

LAXMI PUJA: will be held on Saturday, October 31st 2015, by Bangiya Parishad at Tagore Center @ 7:00 PM. Chairperson: Avijit (Kanu) Sinha Roy (905-513-7076).

Toronto Kalibari (6815 Professional Court, Mississauga) will celebrate Laxmi Puja on October 26th at 6:30 PM. For more info please call 905-405-0780


KALI PUJA: Bangiya Parishad will celebrate on November 14th 2015, Saturday at Tagore Center at 7:00 PM. Chairperson: Ashoke Neogi (416-506-1770)

Toronto Kalibari (6815 Professional Court, Mississauga) will celebrate Kali Puja on November 10th at 6:30 PM. For more info please call 905-405-0780



New Year Dinner Dance: PBCA will host on December 31st 2015, Thursday at Tagore Center at 7:00 PM. Chairperson: Ashoke Neogi (416-506-1770) / Avijit (Kanu) Sinha Roy (905-513-7076). Must confirm your attendence on or before 20th December.



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