ADR Report Phase 6 Candidates WB Assembly polls

West Bengal Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analysed the self-sworn affidavits of 169 candidates out of 170 candidates who are contesting in Phase 6 of the West Bengal Assembly Elections to be held on 5th, May2016.Please find below a brief summary of the same.

 

Candidate who was not analysed*

S.No

Name

Party

District

Constituency

1

SUDARSAN GHOSH DOSTIDAR

AITC

PURBO MEDINIPUR

MAHISADAL

* Affidavit badly scanned, not readable.

Criminal Background

Candidates with criminal cases: Out of the 169 candidates analysed, 33(20%) candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves.

·         Candidates with serious criminal cases: 27 (16%) candidates have declared serious criminal cases including cases related to murder, attempt to murder, theft, crimes against women etc.

·         Candidates with cases related to Murder: 4 candidates have declared charges related to Murder (Indian Penal Code Section-302).

·         Candidates with cases related to attempt to murder: 6 candidates have declared cases of attempt to murder (IPC Section-307).

·         Candidates with cases related to crimes against women: 5 candidates have declared cases related to crimes against women.

·         Party wise candidates with criminal cases: 6 (24%) out of 25 candidates from BJP, 9 (38%) out of 24 candidates from AITC, 3 (38%) out of 8 candidates from CPI (M), 2 (50%)out of 4 candidates of AIFB, 1 (25%) out of 4 candidates fielded by INC, and 2 (8%) out of 24 Independent candidates have declared criminal cases against themselves in their affidavits.

·         Party wise Candidates with serious criminal cases:  6 (24%) out of 25 candidates from BJP, 7 (29%)out of 24 candidates from AITC, 2 (25%) out of 8 candidates from CPI (M), 2 (50%) out of 4 candidates of AIFB, 1 (25%) out of 4 candidates fielded by INC, and2 (8%) out of 24 Independent candidates have declared serious criminal cases against themselves in their affidavits.

·         Red Alert constituencies*: 2 constituencies Panskura Paschim and Panskura Purba in Phase 6 of West Bengal assembly elections have 3 or more candidates with declared criminal cases.

*Red Alert Constituencies are those which have 3 or more candidates with criminal cases contesting elections.

Financial Background

·         Share of wealth among candidates : The share of wealth amongst the candidates contesting in Phase 6 of assembly elections in West Bengal is as follows:

Value of assets (Rs.)

No of candidates

Percentage of Candidates

5crores and above

3

2%

1 crores to 5 crores

12

7%

20 lakhs 1 crores)

65

38%

less than 20 lakhs)

89

53%

Table: Share of wealth amongst contesting candidates 

·         High asset candidates*:  The 3 richest candidates contesting in  Phase 6 of the West Bengal 2016 Assembly Elections are given below:

S.No.

Name

District

Constituency

Party Name

Movable Assets (Rs)

Immovable Assets (Rs)

Total Assets (Rs)

PAN Given

1

Hemangshu Shekhar Mahapatra

Purbo Medinipur

Bhagabanpur

INC

57,98,642

17,58,85,500

18,16,84,142
18 Crore+

Y

2

Siraj Khan

Purbo Medinipur

Nandakumar

IND

13,07,37,979

3,99,00,000

17,06,37,979
17 Crore+

Y

3

Rabindra Nath Ghosh

Coochbehar

Natabari

AITC

1,66,73,333

3,88,31,000

5,55,04,333
5 Crore+

Y

 Table: Top three candidates with highest declared assets 

·         Crorepati Candidates: Out of the 169 candidates analysed, 15 (9%) are crorepatis.

·         Party wise crorepati candidates: 8 (33%) out of 24 fielded by AITC, 1 (4%) out of 25 candidates fromBJP, 1 (25%) out of4 candidates from INC, 1 (25%) out of 4 candidates fielded by AIFB, 1 (13%) out of 8 candidates of CPI (M) and 2 (8%) out of 24 Independentcandidates have declared assets worth more than Rs. 1 crore.

·         Average assets: The average of assets per candidate contesting in Phase 6 of the West Bengal Assembly Electionsis Rs 57.24 Lakhs.

·         Party wise average assets: Among major parties, the average assets per candidate for 25 BJP candidates is Rs 29.65 Lakhs, 24 AITC candidates have average assets of Rs 1. 02 crores, 24 SUCI (C) candidates have average assets worth Rs 21.25 Lakhs, 4 INC candidates have average assets worth Rs 4.81crore, average assets of 8 CPI (M) candidates is Rs 45.86 Lakhs, 8 BSP candidates have average assets of Rs 2.44 Lakhs and 24 Independentcandidates have average assets of Rs. 92.43 Lakhs.

·         Low asset candidates: The three candidates with lowest assets are as follows :

S.No.

Name

District

Constituency

Party Name

Movable Assets (Rs)

Immovable Assets (Rs)

Total Assets (Rs)

PAN Given

1

Anil Chandra Barman Roy

Coochbehar

Sitai (SC)

SUCI(C)

6,668

0

6,668
6 Thou+

Y

2

Sushil Barman

Coochbehar

Mathabhanga (SC)

BJP

12,000

0

12,000
12 Thou+

Y

3

Babla Deb

Coochbehar

Natabari

Amra Bangalee

15,500

0

15,500
15 Thou+

Y

Table: Candidates with declared lowest assets

·         Candidates with high liabilities: The top three candidates with highest liabilities are as given below:

S.No.

Name

District

Constituency

Party Name

Total Assets(Rs)

Liabilities (Rs)

PAN Given

1

Siraj Khan

Purbo Medinipur

Nandakumar

IND

17,06,37,979
17 Crore+

13,06,72,404
13 Crore+

Y

2

Hemangshu Shekhar Mahapatra

Purbo Medinipur

Bhagabanpur

INC

18,16,84,142
18 Crore+

1,56,34,476
1 Crore+

Y

3

Abhimanyu Mondal

Purbo Medinipur

Haldia (SC)

Bharat Nirman Party

1,32,48,556
1 Crore+

49,00,000
49 Lacs+

Y

 Table: Top three candidates with high liabilities

·         Undeclared PAN:  A total of 32 (19%) out of the 169 candidates analysed have not declared their PAN details.

·         Candidates with high income as declared in the ITR*: 3 candidates have declared total annual income of more than Rs 20 Lakhs. These candidates are as given below:

S.No.

Name

Party Name

Constituency

District Name

Total Asset (Rs)

The financial year for which the last income tax return has been filed by candidate

Total income shown by candidate in ITR (Self+Spouse+Dependent) (Rs)

Self income shown by candidate in ITR (Rs)

1

Dibyendu Adhikari

AITC

KANTHI DAKSHIN

PURBO MEDINIPUR

1,82,24,378  

1 Crore+

2014-2015

25,42,332  

25 Lacs+

9,01,224 

 9 Lacs+

2

Udayan Guha

AITC

DINHATA

COOCHBEHAR

3,17,59,056

  3 Crore+

2015-2016

25,42,266 

 25 Lacs+

11,92,226 

 11 Lacs+

3

Suvendu Adhikari

AITC

NANDIGRAM

PURBO MEDINIPUR

62,60,742  

62 Lacs+

2014-2015

22,93,218 

 22 Lacs+

22,93,218  

22 Lacs+

Table: Candidates with high income as declared in ITR

*Total income includes income of self, spouse and dependents

·         Candidates who have not declared Income Tax Details*: 93 (55%) out of 169 candidates analysedhave not declared income tax details.

* Some candidates may be exempted from filing Income Tax Returns

·         Candidates with high Assets who have not declared Income Tax Details*: 8 candidates with assets worth more than Rs. 50 Lakhs have not declared Income Tax details. The top three candidates with highest assets who have not declared their IT returns are as given below: 

S.No.

Name

District

Constituency

Party Name

Total Income (Rs)

Total Assets (Rs)

PAN Given

Self Income

1

Akshay Thakur

Coochbehar

Dinhata

AIFB

0

98,80,748

 98 Lacs+

Y

ITR not filed

2

Ranjan Malakar

Purbo Medinipur

Tamluk

Bharat Nirman Party

0

69,26,286

 69 Lacs+

Y

ITR not filed

3

Narayan Kinkar Mishra

Purbo Medinipur

Panskura Paschim

BJP

0

67,34,164 

67 Lacs+

N

ITR not filed

 Table: Top three candidates with highest assets who have not declared ITR details

* Some candidates may be exempted from filing Income Tax Returns

Other Background Details

·         Education details of candidates: 71 (42%) candidates have declared their education qualification to be between 5th pass and 12th pass, while 58 (34%) candidates have declared having an educational qualification ofgraduate or graduate professional.34 (20%) candidates have declared themselves to be postgraduates while 2 (1%)candidates have declared they are Doctorates and 2 (1%) candidates have declared they are just literate.

·         Age details of candidates: 84 (50%) candidates have declared their age to be between 25 and 50 years while80 (47%) candidates have declared their age to be between 51 and 70 years. 5 (3%) candidates have declared they aremore than 70 years old.

·         Gender details of candidates: 18 (11%) women candidates are contesting in Phase 6 of the West Bengal assembly election this year.

Analysis of Asset Comparison of Re contesting MLAs
 

West Bengal Election Watch (WBEW) and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analyzed the affidavits of 245 outgoing MLAs who are contesting again in the 2016 West Bengal Assembly Elections.

Please find below a brief summary of the same.
    • Average Assets in 2011 Elections: The average assets of these 245 re-contesting MLAs fielded by various parties including independents in 2011 were Rs 60.11 lakhs (Rs. 60, 11,270).
    • Average Assets in 2016 Elections: The average assets of these 245 re-contesting MLAs in 2016 is Rs 1.27 crores (Rs. 1, 27, 27,880).
    • Average Asset change from 2011 to 2016: The average assets of these 245 re- contesting MLAs, between the West Bengal Elections of 2011 and 2016increased by Rs. 67.16 lakhs (67, 16,610).
  • Percentage change in assets from 2011 to 2016 Average percentage increase in assets for these 245 re-contesting MLAs is112%.
For a consolidated analysis of the West Bengal 2016 Elections (Phase 1 to Phase 6), please see the following link: http://goo.gl/cGFEsr

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2nd round of JK Tyre IndiKarting National Series

Aanjan, Aadityansh shine in the 2nd round of JK Tyre IndiKarting National Series

·         Goan lads lock out all podiums in key support races

Goa, 2nd May 2016: The JK Tyre IndiKarting National Series brought back Kart racing to Goa after a span of over 5 years as the scenic Goa Karting Circuit played host to the 2nd round of India’s largest Karting Series. The event received an enthusiastic welcome with an impressive 141 entries registered across all categories.

The star of the event was Aanjan Patodia from Pune who notched up 3 victories out of 3 races in the Pro Senior category including the crucial reverse grid start race 2 where he climbed from last on the grid to 1st place. Aaroh Ravindra was a close 2nd place each of the 3 races, but was unable to mount a challenge on Aanjan. Bengaluru’s Rahul Sharan managed 3rd in 2 races while Rishab Rathi came 3rd in 1 race.

The crowd favourite was the Pro Cadet category for the youngest racers in the age group of 7 to 12 years. Aadityansh Kaulshi from Pune set the track alight with back to back victories in the first 2 races. His victory in the reverse grid race came amidst some excellent overtaking manoeuvres. Hoshmand Elavia from Mumbai did well to win race 3 & also bag 2 runner-up trophies. Kogileti Saatvik earned a runner up trophy in Race 1 while Ruhan Alva managed third place on 2 occasions.

The Senior Open & Senior Amateur races saw an all Goan Podium with Akshay Hede, Niazam Ahmed & Tej Naik bagging the top 3 spots. In the Amateur category it was Sufiyan Shaikh, Ameen Shaikh & Digvijit Chavan who locked out the podium. The top 3 from both these categories will win direct invitations to represent Goa, at the National Final in Delhi in June.

The women’s category saw an impressive entry list of 11 participants. Amanda Gomes won ahead of Efigenia, Miranda & Natasha Awhad.

Digvijit Chavan won the corporate category ahead of Donovan Vaz & Taj Naik, while Kevin Barreto won the Master category defeating Niazam Ahmed & Clibe Joshva of Pune. Avdumber Hede participating in his first race in many years won the Senior Plus category ahead of Nickson Shiva & Akash Makwana making it another all Goan Podium. Jonathan Kuriokose won the Pro Junior ahead of Aditya Joshi.

“It was great to see such a fantastic turnout from the Goans. They practically locked out the podiums in all the support categories. 141 entries is good for Goa & thanks to JK Tyre & Tata Motors, we have once again been able to bring motorsport to the masses” said Rayomand Banajee,  Director, RR Motorsports Management Pvt. Ltd.  

The JK Tyre IndiKarting National Series powered by Tata Motors was created with the intention of expanding the reach of Motorsport in the country. The FMSCI sanctioned National Series is also the largest Karting series in India & the world’s most affordable series of its kind.

The JK Tyre IndiKarting National Series now moves to Vadodara on 14 & 15 May, before moving on to Ludhiana & then finishing in the National Capital Region in June.

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Dear Sir,

We are pleased to invite you UNIQUE International Conference on “Make in India & IPR” On 11th June, 2016 at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi.
The conference is aimed to discuss the ongoing concerns with regard to SEP, SSO, FRAND, royalty terms, NDA, royalty on component or full sale price, courts injunctions when negotiations are on, role of Competition policies when there is dominance of a particular SEP, Compulsory Licensing etc.
Chief Guests
Shri PK Malhotra, Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice
Shri Ramesh Abhishek, Secretary, Dept. of Industrial Policy & Promotion
Shri OP Gupta, Controller General for Patents, Design & Trademarks
Sh. Devender Kumar Sikri, Chairperson, Competition Commission of India (Invited)
Agenda:
Respect and abide to IPR regime and patents.
Suggestions for amendments in IPR regulations for issues relating to SEP/FRAND
Role of Competition and synergy with IPR
Policies suggestions for SSOs with regard to SEP/FRAND
Appropriate policy measures to find out what patents/royalties are required if someone wants to start manufacturing telecom/electronics/mobile products.
Appropriate policy measures required to determine the royalties/SEP at the time of decisions for investments rather than leaving it to future negotiations and court litigations.
Appropriate measures required for claiming royalty on SEP for the components/parts on which there is SEP rather than entire cost of product in case of telecom, mobile.
Need for Compulsory Li censing
Aim of Conference:
The conference is aimed to address the issues of IPRs v/s competition, role of SSO in standard settings, SEP’s contentions, basis of FRAND negotiations and need to recommend to Government to form an appropriate policy that is suitable for Make in India.
This is rare conference with stakeholders from Industry, Law/DIPP/DOT/DeITY Ministry, Legal luminaries, IPR experts, CCI etc.
The Conference will focus on the need to discuss these issues with all the stakeholders and come out with appropriate status on date and its relevance on Make in India and appropriate recommendations to Government
It is requested to kindly fill the form given below to get registered for the Conference -http://cmai.asia/ipr/registration.php
Details about conference are available at http://cmai.asia/ipr/
For E-Brochure Click Here
Background:
Information based on studies conducted by CMAI/TEMA pertaining to existing status in India/world, various judgments of Delhi High Court, CCI, papers/notes of CCI/DIPP/Govt. and our recommendations etc. are available at
Of late IPR on electronics, telecom, and mobile has been receiving attention with manufacturers and there are undefined costs on manufacturing.
DIPP came up with open consultations for IPR policies especially with reference to SEP and FRAND. CMAI/TEMA has filed the responses that can be seen athttp://cmai.asia/ipr/download.php. The same would be discussed in the conference and any other suggestions/recommendations sent to Government at higher level. Executive Summary of these recommendations are given hereunder.
The news in Hindustan Times on 23.2.2016 with heading “Make in India runs into high royalty fee hurdle” highlighted the grievances of the manufactures of smart phones/cell phones in India, particularly on the issue of high cost of Royalty payable to the entities having Standard Essential Patents (SEPs). Such high cost has become a hurdle in the Govt. of India’s initiative of “Make –in-India”. It is also a matter of concern that the Royalty is being charged on the value of entire device of mobile phone in place of the value of the component in which such Patents are used.
Delhi High Court in its judgment dated 30.3.2016 has upheld the orders of CCI, directing the DG CCI to investigate the matter regarding violations of the provisions of the Competition Act by Ericssons, as SEP holders. As per Consultation paper floated by DIPP vide para 10.2.1.1
CCI in its preliminary order stated that, in the relevant product market, Ericsson was ‘the largest holder of SEPs for mobile communications like 2G, 3G and 4G patents used for smart phones, tablets etc. and thus was in a dominant position in the market for devices that implement such standards. CCI expressed that ‘FRAND licenses are primarily intended to prevent “patent hold­up” and “royalty stacking” and observed that “patent hold-up” undermines ‘the competitive process of choosing among technologies’ and thus threatens ‘the integrity of Standard Setting activities. CCI also said that Ericsson’s royalty rates were excessive and discriminatory, given that they were set as a percentage of the price of downstream products instead of as a percentage of the price of the GSM or CDMA chip
The CCI concluded that the requested royalties ‘had no linkage to the patented product’ and were thus ‘discriminatory as well as contrary to FRAND terms’. CCI further ordered investigation in the matter by the Director General.
There is issue of SSO forming the standards without informing the details of patents involved and royalties payable on same.
There is also ambiguity on SEP, as the same are not declared by SSO or any other statutory authority. SSO while forming the standards hardly scrutinize or validate the patents and do not prescribe any guidelines for licenses, which are left for private individual negotiations
The patentee undertakes to SSO to grant license on FRAND basis, but there is any acceptable definition of FRAND and it is left to private negotiations. Due to NDA, the patentee or licensees do not inform the existing terms of royalty with other users. Finally the matter lands up in civil courts.
In the courts, majority of disputes are settled by way of out of Court settlements.
High cost of Royalty has always been a cause of concern in the minds of mobile and telecom manufactures and the rate of Royalty has always been the issue contested in the Courts not only in India but also abroad. The law regarding fixation of Royalty is in the developing state. Any determination, though claimed to be on FRAND basis, is hardly a standard industry practice. The determination on so called FRAND basis has always been a question challenged in the Courts along with the issue that whether or not the Royalty should be charged on entire value or to it should be restricted to the small component in which the SEPs has been utilized.
CMAI is working closely for bringing in harmony between Industries and Government.
The Conference will be graced by eminent Speakers–
Shri Hari Om Rai, Chairman, Lava International Ltd.
Mr. Ajay Kumar, Additional Secretary, DeitY (Invited)
Mr. Rajiv Aggarwal, Joint Secretary, Dept. of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Ministry of Commerce & Industry (Invited)
Mr. Anil Bhardwaj, Advisor, Competition Commission of India
Mr. Ajoy Roy, Partner, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Company
Prof. Rajat Moona, Director General, C-DAC (Invited)
Dr. Akshai Aggarwal, Vice Chancellor, Gujarat Technological University
Mr. Bhupesh Raseen, Head-Corporate Affairs, Lava International Ltd.
Mr. Sanjay Jha, Head-Corporate Affairs, Intex Technologies
Shri OP Nahar, Former Chairman, FEMA tribunal
Shri TN Tiwari, Former Additional Secretary, Ministry of Law
The programme is scheduled to be held on 11th June, 2016 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.
Make in India, a major national program is designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development, protect intellectual property and build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure. There’s never been a better time to Make in India.
Government of India has given high priority in “Make in India-Manufacturing”. Make in India is an initiative taken up by Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to strengthen/boost India’s Manufacturing Sector and also to attract foreign investment in India. This initiative will give boost to India’s National Economy and current sectors in India will have a huge positive impact, employment generation. This will help India in making a self reliant country with Global recognition.
This will make the Indian market competitive, resulting to best quality products with minimal rates and with full utilization of resources. This progress and growth will also result in raising issues of IPR in India.
In case you have any queries or seek any clarifications, you may call Ms. Apurva Jain at +91-9711316222 or Mr. Navtesh Kumar at +91-9711869771
Representatives from Government of India, Industry Stakeholders and other Telecom & IT Associations of India are expected to participate in this event, which will be extensively covered by the media.
We look forward for your kind confirmation for participation.
Regards
Prof. NK Goyal
President
CMAI Association of India
President_cmai@cmai.asia

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adidas new retail concepts ‘HOMECOURT’ & ‘NEIGBOURHOOD’

adidas new retail concepts ‘HOMECOURT’ & ‘NEIGBOURHOOD’ make a debut in India  

~New adidas HomeCourt store brings the spirit of sport to retail~

~adidas Originals Neighbourhood concept plugs into the pulse of trendsetters & artists ~ 

Bengaluru (India), May 01, 2016

adidas today launched its first global concept stores in India, the new formats ofHomeCourt and Neighborhood in Bengaluru city. Sporting icons and adidas athletesVirat Kohli and Chris Gayle were present to introduce the new flagship adidas concept stores. Located at VR Bengaluru in Whitefield, HomeCourt brings the passion for sports, design and innovation to a brand new level by creating a unique and interactive experience for the consumers; while Neighbourhood enhances the manifesto of adidas’ Originals collections by uniquely translating the spirit of the city into the store adaptations that connect with these communities’ creative youth cultures.

 

Speaking at the opening, Dave Thomas, Managing Director, adidas Group India, said, “This is the next generation of retail concepts and we are excited to introduce this experience in India.  Our new retail concepts offer a consumer experience unlike any that adidas consumers have enjoyed before. We have created stores where our consumers are at the very heart of the adidas brand. We are committed to constant innovation within our retail space and to further strengthen our leadership position, more openings are planned during the course of the year.”

“This is a new dimension in retailing! HomeCourt moves our retail response to bring our consumers the adidas experience and story telling. It allows them to participate with our brand and creates an energetic and changing space, where they can feel the energy of the game and the thrill of the event from the moment they step inside. While the Neighbourhood format store is designed to reflect the aesthetic adidas has pioneered over the years and strengthen the bond between adidas and its streetwear consumers, reminding everyone that Originals is still one of the pioneers in street style inspired sportswear“ says Damyant Singh, Sr. Marketing Director, adidas India.

 

He further adds, “We want our consumers to really understand our point of view and understand what it is like to be with adidas and what we can offer them.”

 

Spread across 3800 sq. feet, adidas reference sport in every element in the HomeCourt concept store from the materials selected to the inspirations of the designs to even the tools used for story telling. The sport banners, fitting rooms and the stadium inspired store entrance, all reference interactive sporting venues. Premiering at the heart of adidas HomeCourt environment is the footwear zone placed in the centre of the floor radiating to the apparel categories that surround it. It creates a central spot that brings to life the focused energy of game day.  HomeCourt brings to forefront the cutting-edge technology and innovation of the adidas products including the Boost running range. The football zone complete with iconic boots, European club jerseys and a fantastic framework provides the best in class retail experience to feel the energy of the sport.

 

The 1350 sq ft Neighbourhood concept enables adidas Originals to represent the brand with authority, showcasing the full breadth and depth of its product portfolio- from iconic stories like the Superstar and Stan Smith, to revolutionary products and collaborations such as the NMD, Tubular, Pharrell Williams, Rita Ora and Kanye West for Yeezy collection, that redefine street culture.

 

Do let me know if you need any further information.

Thank you.

Regards,

Roma Lakhani

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Business Roundtable and B2B with “Thailand Board of Investment”

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Business Roundtable and B2B with “Thailand Board of Investment”

Friday, May 06, 2016, ASSOCHAM House, New Delhi 

We take this opportunity to inform you that ASSOCHAM is ‘Welcoming’ Thailand board of Investment (TBI) along with large delegation accompanying TBI, visiting from Thailand to India at 04:00 pm, Friday, 06th May, 2016 at ASSOCHAM House. The delegation will be lead by Mr. Chokedee Kaewsang, Deputy Secretary General, Thailand Board of Investment. This interactive session will offer to both, the Indian companies and the companies from Thailand a strong platform for identifying new “Investment and Business Cooperation” opportunities that exist as the Delegation will also comprise of Consultant Companies of Thailand.

Visiting Thailand delegation is looking for local partners to establish joint ventures, strategic alliances and distributors in Food, IT network & Security, Plastics and Films, Printing, Manufacturing, Warehouse and Yard management, LED, financial Services and Logistics etc.

This high level business meeting will be followed by Networking High-Tea, aimed at creating a platform for Industry Stalwarts to network with the delegation along with leading Corporate Heads, Indian Economists and Government Officials.

Please find enclosed herewith the list of Delegation of the program for your kind peruse.

 

On behalf of ASSOCHAM, we invite your esteemed organization to attend this High level B2B meeting and to interact with the delegation to explore new business opportunities,

Kindly send your participation confirmation to Mr. Gaurav Giri atgaurav.giri@assocham.com, Tel: 011-46550555 (ext-628) by business day closing Wednesday, 05th May, 2016.

Look forward to your kind and an early confirmation on the above ASSOCHAM’s invitation.

 

Warm regards, 

Gauraav Tripathi

Joint Director-International Affairs

HEAD- EUROPE, AMERICAS, CANADA, ASEAN, CIS-EURASIA & PACIFIC

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14th International Festival of Language and Culture

Press Invite

Educational Endowment Trust cordially invites you to attend the curtain-raiser-cum-press conference of the 14th International Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC 2016) on May 7, 2016 at Talkatora Stadium in association with the UN Information Centre for India & Bhutan and Ministry of Culture Government of India on a theme Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.

Day and Date: May 4, 2016 Wednesday

Time: 12:00 noon, followed by Lunch

Venue: UN Conference Hall, 55 Lodi Estate, New Delhi-110003

Highlights of the Press Conference

 

         Announcement of 14th International Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC) 2016

          Discussion on the attributes of the festival

          Participants will be available to interact with the media

Highlights of IFLC 2016

 

         43 Students and 18 Guide Teachers from abroad and 350 students from India are participating in IFLC 2016 on 7th May 2016 at Talkatora Stadium New Delhi

          Students from 17 countries are participating in IFLC 2016

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