November 2001

FOR OUR SPECIAL VIDEO PRESENTATION ON GARBA (organized by Vanik Samaj of Toronto on October 19, 2001) PLEASE CLICK HERE.

 

* Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce organized a talk on “Emerging trends in global commerce and role of technology in supply chain management” by Joe Tavares and Ajay Virmani on Tuesday, October 30, 2001. For details, please call their office at 416-224-0090, or 1-866-873-4222.

* Centre for South Asian Studies, University of Toronto organized Lectures, Seminars, and a workshop with Prof. Sisir Kumar Das (University of Delhi) from Oct. 31 to Nov. 4, 2001. For details, call Dipak Mazumdar at 416-921-5232.

* Association of Women of India in Canada (AWIC) celebrated 25th anniversary with a Diwali Gala Dinner on Saturday, November 10, 2001. For details, please call their office at 416-499-4144.

* Bangla Mela 2001 was held on Saturday, November 10, 2001 to raise funds and to generate support from the Bengali community for the Bengali Language Credit Course at the University of Toronto. For details, please call Amar Mukherjee at 905-513-0654.

* Vanik Samaj of Toronto has organized Annakut on Saturday, November 17, 2001. For details, please call Bansilal Shah at 416-292-7959.

* Kawal Social Services has organized Diwali Celebration Dinner on Saturday, November 17, 2001. For details, please call K. Asha Maharaj at 416-739-6858. 

* Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce Ottawa Council has organized a BUSINESS SEMINAR “ Information & Communications Technology : Boom, Bust, and the Future” with Mr. Stephen Poloz, Mr. Deepak Bhargava, Dr. Sreekaanth Isloor, and Mr. Rainer Paduch on Friday, November 23, 2001. For details, please call their office at 416-224-0090, or 1-866-873-4222.

* Vedanta Society of Toronto has organized Bhajan Sandhya on Saturday, November 24, 2001. For details, please call Swami Pramathananda at 416-240-7262. 

* Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce Montreal Council has organized Annual Gala Dinner on Saturday, November 24, 2001. Hon. Martin Cauchon, Minister of National Revenue and Secretary of State will be the Chief Guest. For details, please call their office at 416-224-0090 or 1-866-873-4222.

* Happy Diwali & Happy New Year to everyone.


FOR OUR SPECIAL VIDEO PRESENTATION ON THE OCCASION OF DIWALI (part 1), PLEASE CLICK HERE.

 

FOR OUR SPECIAL VIDEO PRESENTATION ON THE OCCASION OF DIWALI (part 2), PLEASE CLICK HERE.

* Milliken Mill Lions Club, Markham, is assisting Nanan in his campaign to raise funds for saving his brother Summet’s life. Sumeet, aged 21 years, is suffering from the deadly disease of White Blood Cancer. For donations and details, please contact Dr. T. P. Singh at 416 297 9570 or at TOCHI53@hotmail.com.

* Canadian Association of Professional Immigrants (CAPI) held its Initiation Meet on Saturday, November 24, 2001. For further information, please call Surinder Sharma at 416-871-1718.

* Brahmin Samaj of Ontario held its Annual Diwali dinner on Saturday, November 24, 2001. For details, please call Ketan Pandya at 905-474-3147.

* Congratulations to the Consulate General of India on the occasion of the opening of their new premises at 1835 Yonge Street, Suite 400, Toronto. For further information, please call their office at 416-960-0751.

* You are cordially invited to the fundraising event, "A Community Together", to help with the re-building efforts of the Hamilton Hindu Temple, on November 30, 2001. For more information, please call Neelam Tandon at 905-648-6058 or click "Community News" on the left panel. 

* Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce has organized Holiday Dinner Dance on Saturday, December 1, 2001. For details, please call their office at 416-224-0090, or 1-866-873-4222.

* Vanik Samaj of Toronto has organized Annual Christmas Party on Saturday, December 8, 2001. For details, please call Bansilal Shah at 416-292-7959.

* For "Indian Fantasy Cruise", organized by Travelbest, please call Subash Chauhan at 1-866-846-7005 or 905-660-7005 ext. 238 or 229 please click here.

* In July 2001 or so, Mr. Keshav Chandaria (Toronto, Canada) sent us a fax that contained some information under the title "Facts to Make Every Indian Proud". We do not know who compiled it and who started circulating it. We found the information interesting. Later, we received an e-mail (from Miraj Patel) containing similar information under the title "Proud to be an Indian". For details, please click here.