Fourth Sunday of July - Parents Day


Parents’ Day is celebrated in the US (United States) on the 4th Sunday of July each year to recognize and promote parenting as a crucial part of families and the wider community.
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Parents Day - Fourth Sunday of July

Parents’ Day is celebrated in the United States on the 4th Sundayday of July each year to recognize & promote parenting as a crucial part of families & the wider community.
Parents' Day 2012
Sundayday, July 22, 2012
Parents' Day 2013
Sundayday, July 28, 2013

Parents' Day in the USA recognizes that responsible parenting is important in a family.
National Parents of the Year..!
Parents’ Day is celebrated on the fourth Sundayday each year in America. Citizens, organizations, and federal, state, and local governmental &  legislative entities are encouraged to recognize Parents’ Day through proclamations, activities, and educational efforts to recognize, uplift & support the role of parents in bringing up their children.
The Parents’ Day Council plays an active role in celebrating & promoting Parents’ Day through a range of events and activities. 
For example, the council honors “Parents of the Year” at local, state & national levels. Those who have been nominated / selected are people who exemplify the standard and ideal of positive parenthood. Exemplary parents from each state are nominated for “National Parents of the Year”.
Cards,  Gifts..!
Parents’ Day is a popular time for people to send cards & gifts, including flowers, cakes and food hampers, to those who play an important role as a positive parental figure in their lives. It is also a time for families to come together for lunches / dinners. Special tributes to parental figures who are seen as role models are made through local announcements, at church services / at local community events.
Parents’ Day proclamations and rallies have been held in recent times &  involved organizations such as the United Civil Rights Councils of America.
National Observance..!
The Parents’ Day is a national observance. Bu it is not a public holiday in the United States.
Background
Parents’ Day promotes the message that the role of the parent is important in human development, which requires investment, focus, and commitment.
In 1994 President Mr. Bill Clinton signed into law a resolution adopted by the US Congress to establish the 4th Sundayday of every July as Parents' Day.
This day is similar to Mother's Day &  Father's Day.
According to the Congressional Resolution, Parents’ Day is established for “recognizing, uplifting, and supporting the role of parents in the rearing of children”
Symbols
Images of people engaged in active learning activities with their children are often used in photos, posters, paintings, stickers & sketches to promote Parents’ Day. Images of flowers are also used to promote the day.
The messages that organizations try to portray through these images are that: commitment is a core family value; parental responsibilities are important to children’s growth & development; and that unconditional love is needed for a strong bond between parental figures and their children. Parental figures include biological, foster or step parents.

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Equity Investment with risk control : M.Shekar, DOHA BROKERAGE Guest Lecturer




M.Shekar,  Guest Lecture at Panimalar Engeering College for MBA students on topic of "Equity Investment with risk control mechanism through Derivatives Management " on 24.7.12

Mr.M.Shekar is Director at DOHA BROKERAGE 


DOHA BROKERAGE associate of DOHA BANK

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Indias urban population is projected to grow to 53 crore by 2025

World Population Day - July 11

India's urban population is projected to grow to 53.30 crore by 2025; and the real estate sector is likely to grow by almost 30 per cent over the next decade, partly as a result of building accommodations for this expanding urban population.

Since the housing sector currently contributes up to 6 per cent of Indai's GDP (Gross Domestic Production) and with the National Urban Housing and Habitat Policy stating that minimum 50 per cent of the population will live in urban areas by 2041, there is a need to guide sustainable mobility and infrastructure within townships that are coming up in peripheral areas.
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Pune’s Koregaon Park & Kalyani Nagar : Rs. 8,000 to 15,000 per square feet.!


By Mr. Sanjay Bajaj, MD, JLL India

Koregaon Park is arguably the swankiest & among the most expensive real estate destinations in Pune.
Even before the Osho Commune was established there in the 1970s, it was a location of choice for bungalows.

Koregaon Park .!
After the arrival of the Commune, it became one of the primary congregation hubs for multinational travelers. The existence of the Osho Commune has transformed Koregaon Park – some say beyond recognition. Probably the best way to describe it is ‘a location somewhere on the border of California and Tibet.’ It has its own identity, which is very separate from that of any other area in Pune.
Koregaon Park has become a prime location for residential property seekers as well as retail outlets and commercial establishments. The proximity to Kalyani Nagar  - one of Pune’s primary IT (Information Technology) and ITeS hubs - has done much to maintain this demand. Koregaon Park’s up-market profile reflects in the property rates – commercial properties lease out from anywhere between Rs. 50 to 70 per square feet. while residential properties sell between Rs. 8,000  to Rs. 15,000 square feet & above, depending on exact location & building typology. Supply on both the commercial and residential real estate fronts is extremely limited, and traffic congestion is an increasing problem in this area.


Kalyani Nagar..!
Kalyani Nagar has emerged one of the most prominent & established commercial and residential real estate destinations on the Eastern Corridor of Pune. Its strategic location between Koregaon Park & Viman Nagar and its proximity to the airport, railway station & close connection to Kharadi & Hadapsar makes it an ideal destination for IT / ITES companies. The Pune - Mumbai Expressway has been another major contributing factor.
It was was given a head start by Dr. Neelkanth Kalyani – owner of various notable companies like Bharat Forge and Optronica – after whom it is named. Today, it is a hotbed of IT activity and has come a long way as one of the most upmarket residential property destinations in Pune. It is house to up market hotels & boasts of a golf course as well as prestigious social establishments.
The unstoppable tide of the IT and ITES-BPO segments has completely reinvented the property landscape at Kalyani Nagar. High grade residential property options have sprung up all over. Amongst all the above mentioned localities, Kalyani Nagar’s rate of development is by far the fastest. Judging solely on the basis of property market potential, the Estate Agents Association of Pune voted Kalyani Nagar to be one of the most promising localities in 2005.
The Government responded to this potential by beginning construction of the Kalyani Nagar-Koregaon Park connecting bridge, thereby linking 2 of the most progressive &  vibrant localities. The ease of transport & commuting that this has resulted in is has resulted in even higher industrial and retail activity, and has given a major boost to the residential property sector, as well. With Kalyani Nagar firmly on the high-priority list, development is going on at an accelerated rate.
Rs. 9,000 to 14,000 per square feet.!
For today’s house seeker, this area is a regular treasure - trove of attractions. Most reputed builders in Pune have at least one luxury residential project here, and the general infrastructure is supremely conducive to modern family life. Priced at an average of Rs. 9,000 to 14,000 square feet, residential properties at Kalyani Nagar definitely command a premium over most of the other localities in Pune City.

About Author:
Mr. Sanjay Bajaj is Managing Director - Pune, JLL (Jones Lang LaSalle) India.
He is responsible for all transactions business in Pune such as office, industrial and warehousing, retail, residential, capital markets. Also, responsible for the City P and L of the transactions business.
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South Indian Real Estate Conference - 2012: August 3, Hotel ITC Windsor in Bangalore


The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), is organising a day long South Indian Real Estate Conference 2012, on August 3, 2012, at the Hotel ITC Windsor, in Bangalore.
Re-orienting Real Estate Through Smart Concepts & Technologies..!
The first of its kind summit - on the theme of  “Re-orienting Real Estate Through Smart Concepts and Technologies” - seeks to create a ubiquitous platform in South India for a dialogue on new trends, concepts, technologies, knowledge updates & important policy issues that will influence the future of the real estate sector in India.
The summit is being held against the backdrop of the real estate sector witnessing tremendous growth in recent years registering up to 30% growth annually ever since it was opened to 100% FDI (foreign direct investment).


The event, being held in association with  Ernst & Young as Knowledge Partner.
According to FICCI officials, will see founders, promoters, professionals, brokers, Banks, Housing Finance Companies, and policy makers in the South discuss and set a realistic agenda for all stakeholders in the real estate sector.
Structured under Master Class and Plenary Sessions, the summit, will see speakers debate on a wide variety of topics covering the entire gamut of the sector - such as
‘Where does South Indian real estate stand in the Indian market place?’,
 ‘Building smart in the 21st century’,
‘Creating a scalable model of growth and sustenance’,
‘Build operating scalability through an enabler IT’,
‘You are as good as your team -- managing your human skill base’.
In addition to looking at creating customer delight through smart concepts & successful marketing strategies & tips on creating and retaining the pool of talented work force, the conference will also dwell on topics like final guidance note on revenue recognition for real estate development and taxation issues.

Contact : FICCI
Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi 110001
Phone: 91-11-2373 8760-70
Fax:: 91-11-2332 0714, 2372 1504
E- Mail: ficci@ficci.com
Karnataka - P. Radhakrishnan
Director, FICCI - Karnataka
VITC Building, 1st Floor, Kasturba Road
Bangalore - 560 001
Phone:080 - 2286 1949
E- Mail: p.radhakrishnan@ficci.com

Tamil Nadu - Mr. P. Murari
Advisor - President FICCI
Mr. S. Saravanan, Deputy Director
FICCI -Tamil Nadu, 5, Vivekananda Road
Off Spur Tank Road, Chetpet, Chennai 600031
Phone: 044 - 4284 9612 (D)  4284 9613 / 9614 / 9615,
Fax:: 044- 4284 9618, E- Mail: saravanan.s@ficci.com

Haryana & Punjab
Mr. Rahul Kumar - Consultant - FICCI - Punjab &Haryana
House No. -751, 1st Floor, Sector 43-A
Chandigarh - 160 022, Phone: +91-98155 45239, E- Mail: rahul.kumar@ficci.com
Rajasthan - Mr. Gyan Prakash - Director- FICCI - Rajasthan
202, Rajputana Tower, A - 27- B, Shanti Path, Tilak Nagar
Jaipur - 302 004, Phone: 0141-2621345, 5103768, 4061345, Fax:: 0141 5116464, E- Mail: gyan@ficci.com

Assam Mr. Biswajit Chakrabarty - Head - FICCI - North-East
H19, Opp Bhanu Appartments, Lamb Road, Ambari, Guwahati
            Phone: +91 361 2733010
            +91 361 273 3011, Fax:: +91-94350 17906, E- Mail: biswajit.chakrabarty@ficci.com


Gujarat - Mr. Param J Shah - Head - FICCI-Gujarat
A-311, Safal Pegasus, 100 ft Road, Prahladnagar, Ahmedabad - 380 015
Telefax:: 079 - 2693 7581, 2693 7582, 2693 7583, E- Mail: gujarat@ficci.com, param@ficci.com

West Bengal - Mr.Mousumi Ghose, Director FICCI-West Bengal
4, Camac Street, 2nd Floor, Wing 'B', Kolkata - 700  016, Phone: 91-033-3294 0580, 2793 5347
 Fax:: 91-033 2793 5348, E- Mail: ficci@ficcierc.com, mousumi.ghose@ficci.com

Maharashtra - Mr. Piya Singh - Director, FICCI-Maharashtra,
Krishnamai Cooperative Housing Society Ltd
Ground Floor, Plot No. 33-B
Pochkhanwala Road, Worli
Mumbai - 400 030, Phone: 022 - 2496 6633 - 39 (O), 2496 8000 (PABX)
Fax:: 022 - 2496 6631 - 32, E- Mail:  wrc@ficci.com, piya.singh@ficci.com

Andhra Pradesh - Mr. Akhilesh Mahurkar - Director - FICCI - Andhra Pradesh
8 - 2 - 601, Plot No. 13, 4th Floor, NNR Arcade
Above South Indian Bank, Road Number 10, Banjara Hills
Hyderabad – 500 034, Phone: 040-2339 5275 - 76, 040 - 6454 8848
Fax:: 040- 23395275 - 76, E- Mail:  akhilesh.mahurkar@ficci.com

Orissa - Mr. C V Mahadev Rao, Head - FICCI - Orissa
C/O Industrial Promotion and Investment Corporation of Odisha Ltd (IPICOL)
IPICOL House, Janpath Bhubaneswar - 751022, Phone: +91-94370 24976, E- Mail:  mahadev.rao@ficci.com

Media Contact: Mr. Rajiv Tyagi
Phone: 011-23357392, Fax: 011-23753119
Email: rajiv.tyagi@ficci.com , 


Web site: http://www.ficci.com/
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Hepatitis C awareness - World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day July 28

The Hepatitis C is a viral disease that leads to swelling (inflammation) of the liver. The infection is often asymptomatic. But chronic & can lead to scarring of the liver and ultimately to cirrhosis, which is generally apparent after several years. WHO (World Health Organisation) marks July 28 as the 'World Hepatitis Day" every year to increase awareness & understanding of viral hepatitis.

Hepatitis simply means swelling of the liver that persists more than 6 months. Notably, one of the most common causes of chronic hepatitis are viral infection, alcohol, drugs, chemicals, fatty liver & autoimmune disease but HBV (Hepatitis B virus) and HCV (Hepatitis C) virus infections account for about  75% of chronic Hepatitis worldwide.

According to World Hepatitis Alliance, Now, about 50 crore people are infected with either chronic Hepatitis B / C and one in three people have been exposed to one or both viruses.

Hepatitis C is caused by the virus HCV. It also spreads through contact from an infected person`s blood, semen, body fluid.

Like hepatitis B, hepatitis C causes swelling of the liver & can cause liver damage that can lead to cancer.


Geographical distribution & Transmission..!

Countries with high rates of chronic infection are Egypt (22 per cent), Pakistan (4.8 per cent) and China (3.2 per cent). The main mode of transmission in these countries is attributed to unsafe injections using contaminated equipment.

Hepatitis C virus is commonly transmitted through exposure to infectious blood.

This can occur through:

^  Receipt of contaminated blood transfusions, blood products & organ transplants

^ Injections given with contaminated syringes & needle stick injuries in health care settings

^ Injection drug use

^  Being born to a hepatitis C-infected mother.

Highlights - Hepatitis C..!

^ Hepatitis C is a liver disease caused by the hepatitis C virus. The disease caused can range in severity from a mild illness lasting a few weeks to a serious, lifelong condition that can lead to cirrhosis of the liver or liver cancer.

^Hepatitis C virus is transmitted through contact with the blood of an infected person.

^ Nearly  1.50 crore are chronically infected with hepatitis C virus, and above 3.5 lakh people die every year from hepatitis C related liver diseases.

^ The  Hepatitis C is curable using antivirals. There is currently no vaccine for hepatitis C.


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India : Distance Teaching Institutions


Distance Teaching Institutions in India
Year
Distance teaching institutions
Students enrollment
1962
1
1,112
1970-71
17
29,500
1980-81
34
1.6 lakh
1985-86
40
3.5 lakh
1990-91
51
5.9 lakh
1995-96
57
10.3 lakh
2000-01
79
13.7 lakh
2005-06
117
18.3 lakh
2009-10
200
36.6 lakh
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India: Investors Wise Number of Folio


India:Investors Wise Composition of Number of Folios

Investors Classification
Number of Folios
Bank/Fls
2727
Corporates
4,27,767
Flls
1,60
High Networth Individuals
8,15,324
Retail
4,52,06,521
Total
4,64,52,499
   
  (As on March 2012)
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P dot G Constructions: New Flat Projects at Kunrathur, Chennai


Chennai based real estate company P dot G Constructions, New Flat Projects at Kunrathur, Chennai. Project name is EXPRESS.

COMMON AMENITIES 
Ø Excellent Elevation 
Ø Vaastu compliant flats
Ø Overhead tank of required capacity for bore well and metro water.
Ø Deep bore well for each block.
Ø Sewage Treatment to be done.
Ø Lift for each block.
Ø Sump of required capacity for metro water & bore well water.
Ø Covered Car park.
Ø Bank Loan Facility.

SALIENT FEATURES 
Ø Landscaped garden area to enhance the appearance. 
Ø Air Conditioned Gym.
Ø Children’s Play Area.
Ø Concrete paver blocks for entrance pathway to the apartment.
Ø Ground floor lobby with granite.
Ø Jaguar CP fittings for all the toilets.
Ø Main door with first quality teak wood frames & moulded skin type panel shutters
Ø Power backup for all essential points in the flat, common areas & lift.


SPECIFICATIONS 
Structure 
Ø RCC framed Structure.

Flooring 
Ø The entire floor area with elegant semi - vitrified tiles.
Ø The flooring in toilets with first quality antiskid Ceramic tiles.
Note : Size, Color and brand will be of our choice depending on bulk availability. 

Wall Tiling 
Ø Kitchen is designed to complement the décor with ceramic wall tiles for 2’0”ht above the granite platform.
Ø Toilets will have ceramic wall tiles for 7’0”ht as per architect’s design.
Ø Service areas with 3’0” ht ceramic tile wall cladding.
Note : Size, Color and brand will be of our choice depending on bulk availability. 

Doors / Windows / Ventilators 
Ø Main door with teak wood frame and moulded skin type panel shutters 
Ø Other doors with country wood frame and flush type shutters. One side of the toilet door with PVC lamination for suitable height.
Ø French doors of Aluminium frame and glass shutters.
Ø Windows with sliding type fully glazed Powder coated Aluminium shutters .
Ø Ventilators will be of Aluminium Louvers.
Note : Grill fixing for balconies and Alterations in elevation will not be entertained. 

Painting Finishes 
Ø Ceilings smoothly finished with cement paint.
Ø Internal wall surfaces with putty and 2 coats of OBD.
Ø External wall surfaces with exterior emulsion
Ø Main door with Melamine finish. 
Ø All other doors finished with enamel paint.
Ø Windows and Ventilator grills finished with enamel paint.
Note: The color of the paint wherever not mentioned will be as per our choice. 

Electricals 
Ø Modular switches & standard make ISI wires.
Ø Three-phase supply with concealed wiring.
Ø Common meters for common services in the main board.
Ø A/C provision in master bedrooms.
Ø 15A plug points for Washing machine and geyser in master bed toilet.
Ø Power backup for all the essential points inside the flat & common areas & lift.

TV and Telephone Cable 
Ø TV and Telephone points in the Living Area.
Ø The cables for TV and Telephone from the flat upto a common junction point at a suitable location.

Plumbing & Sanitary 

Ø All toilets with Parry ware / Hind ware basic model (soft colour).
Ø Dining with wash basin.
Ø Jaguar basic model CP fittings in the toilets.

Number of  Approximate Price            Status   
Tentative  
Flats     Blocks Floors BHK Completion  
264               9        S + 4 1/1.5/2/3  Sep-2013


* Rs. 15 Lakhs Onwards  

Contact:
‘Pearl Nisa’  2/30 Railway Colony,2nd Street,
Nelson Manickam Road,Chennai - 600 029 , Ph: 044-2374 6818 / 28
          Email: info@pdotg.in
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Home Loans: What are the Personal Documents Required?



Home Loan Personal Documents

CT. Meenakshi / N. CHIDAMBARAM
Customer Relation Associate
                                 Cell – 99412- 65643 / 98411- 05226                                                            Email id:  meena_ct2000@yahoo.co.in

LIC HOUSING FINANCE LIMITED
M 78/6, Ist Floor, 3rd Avenue, Anna Nagar, Chennai 102.


Housing Loans - Personal Documents:
1.    Passport size photo 3 nos.
2.    Address proof (Ration card/Phone bill/EB Card/Bank Statement/Passport)
3.    Pan Card
4.    ID proof  (Voter ID/Passport)
5.    Age Proof
6.    Educational Qualification Proof
7.    Income Documents

If SALARIED:
Employee ID card
Salary slip for latest 3 months
Bank statement for latest 6 months reflecting salary credit
Form 16 and Income Tax return Latest, CTC (Cost to Company)
Appointment order if present job is less than 1 year and Relieving order
Company profile if private company (non corporate)
8.    LIC Policy certificate Xerox
9.    A/c Payee cheque in favour of LIC HFL for processing fees.- 1 no.

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