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Saturday, January 27, 2007

27,000 Hectares of Land for Private Developers

Nayantara Rai

For the first time in the city's history, Delhi will unlock 27,000 hectares (over 270 sq km) of land for private developers to acquire for building residential apartments. In another first, the pricing of these apartments will be determined by a real estate regulator.

These are the key proposals in the city's yet-to-be notified masterplan that breaks Delhi Development Authority's monopoly over acquisition of new land for development.

The land, which accounts for roughly 18 per cent of Delhi's area, is mainly in the north-west and south-west areas of the city, at places like Najafgarh, Dwarka and Alipur. The masterplan has been approved by a Group of Ministers and awaits the Union Cabinet's nod.

An official said developers would be allowed to acquire a minimum of 10 contiguous acres of land to develop apartments. "The developers will also be responsible for building roads and providing social infrastructure like schools and hospitals," he said.

It will also be mandatory for private developers to reserve 35 per cent of new dwelling units, or 15 per cent of the floor area ratio, whichever is higher, for low income families.

To determine pricing, the Ministry for Urban Development will appoint an autonomous regulator that will decide profit margins for developers. The appointment of a regulator for Delhi is a part of the Real Estate Bill that will be tabled in the next Parliament session.

"Taking all the costs together -- like that of acquiring land, providing infrastructure and housing to the economically weaker sections -- if the cost of an apartment is hypothetically Rs 1 crore, we do not want the builder charging Rs 5 crore for it," said the official.

The move is aimed at tackling the national capital's population boom, which has raised demand for housing. Freeing up 27,000 hectares for private development will provide housing to nearly 40 per cent of the growing population of Delhi, which is expected to reach 2.2 crore by 2021. (Rediff, Business Standard)

Monday, January 22, 2007

14 Plots Auctioned at Dwarka

The Delhi Development Authority has raked in Rs.1,696.195 crores since Monday by auctioning 52 commercial plots at Dwarka, Rohini, Mukherjee Nagar, Vasant Kunj, Zamrudpur and Kondli (Gharoli) in the Capital. A total of 65 plots were on offer and the combined reserve price was fixed at Rs.692.547 crores.

While on Monday the DDA had offered 21 commercial plots for auction and successful bids were made for 16 of them, on the second day 20 of the 22 plots on offer were auctioned. On Wednesday, the DDA auctioned 22 plots.

According to a DDA spokesperson, 14 plots in Dwarka ranging between 183.6 sq. m. and 11,619 sq. m. were auctioned on Monday. One plot each in Sector-22 Rohini measuring 1,238.4 sq. m. and another in Mukherjee Nagar of 150 sq. m. were also auctioned the same day.

The next day, 17 plots at Sector-20 Dwarka, one at Vikaspuri and two in local shopping complex, Phase-2, in Bodela were auctioned. The biggest plot measuring 13,628 sq. m. was located in A-Block, Vikaspuri, while two smallest plots measuring 85 sq. m. were located in Dwarka.

Three plots each at Janakpuri and Zamrudpur, two plots each at Vasant Kunj, Dwarka Sector-4 and 12 plots at Kondli (Gharoli) were auctioned on Wednesday. The plot sizes ranged between 2,885 sq. m. and 12.50 sq. m.

The Authority garnered an impressive Rs.921.314 crores against a reserve price of Rs.394 crores on Monday. Reliance Industries Limited, through its subsidiary, made the highest bid buying out several plots in Dwarka. The biggest plot measuring 11,619 sq. m. at Dwarka was bought for Rs. 266.01 crores against the reserve price of Rs.104.11 crores. On Tuesday, the highest bid for the biggest plot measuring 13,628 sq. m. in A-Block of Vikaspuri fetched DDA Rs.280.11 crores against the reserve price of Rs.96.71 crores. (Source: The Hindu)

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Friday, January 19, 2007

DDA getting richer, Rs 8.50 lakh per square metre

On the second day of the auction of commercial plots in the Capital, DDA raked in a whopping Rs 610 crore against a reserve price of Rs 260 crore for 21 plots. Once again, Reliance Industries’ Nettle Farms made news with the biggest deal of the day — it bought a 13,628 sq metre plot at the Vikaspuri community centre for Rs 286 crore against a reserve price of Rs 145.06 crore. If the first day of the auction saw DDA getting richer by Rs 906 crore, propelled by the commercial space crunch in the city, the stakes were equally high on Tuesday. There was aggressive bidding for the Vikaspuri plot which finally went to Nettle Farms for a sum which pegged the cost per square metre at Rs 2.05 lakh. But Dwarka was vying for attention — some of the plots had gone as high as Rs 8.50 lakh per square metre on Monday. A plot of 867.50 metres had been auctioned for Rs 75 crore.

On Tuesday, all 18 plots for showrooms and shops at the service centre in Dwarka’s Sector 20 (Part-II) were much in demand. A majority of the showroom plots went for Rs 12 crore to Rs 15 crore, more than double the reserve price. The highest bid was around Rs 20 lakh for an 800 square metre showroom plot. The prices at which the showroom plots were snapped up meant Rs 2 lakh to Rs 2.50 lakh per square metre. Of the 18 showroom plots, 15 were spread over 800 square metres. The reserve price was fixed in the range of Rs 7.17 crore to Rs 7.62 crore. According to sources, DDA got almost double the reserve price for the showroom spaces in Dwarka because of the prime location of the service centre. It is situated on a 60-metre wide road which makes it very accessible. Moreover, these have a larger plot area and less ground coverage which would allow buyers greater flexibility in constructing the showroom. Fourteen of the 16 plots that were auctioned on Monday were located in Dwarka.

Four plots in the proposed Dwarka city centre alone had fetched DDA Rs 625 crore. The first day’s tally of Rs 906 crore was the highest since 2003 when DDA got around Rs 1,200 crore at an auction where commercial plots in Vasant Kunj set a record. The highest bid on Monday was for an 11,690 square metre plot in sectors 13-14 where DDA proposes to develop the district centre into a linear City Centre that would be located along the metro line. Reliance subsidiary Nettle Farms had bagged it at a whopping Rs 266 crore as against a reserve price of Rs 104 crore. ( TIMES NEWS NETWORK)


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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Six Properties in Dwarka were Sold, Highest Price Ever Paid

Reliance Retail’s expansion plans have led RIL to buy out eight of the 17 commercial plots DDA put up for auction over two days for a mammoth figure of Rs.986 crores. On 15th January, six properties in Dwarka were sold, and one in West Delhi’s Rohini. The next day of the auction, the 1.5 lakh area plot in Vikas Puri was sold for Rs.286 crores.

The sale marks the highest price ever paid for commercial land in India, with DDA getting Rs.20, 000 for a sq.foot. Last year Reliance paid Rs.13, 000 for a property at the Bandra-Kurla complex in Mumbai.

The shooting prices confirm the shortage of developable land in the metros. 17th Jan will see another auction for commercial property in Vasant Kunj which has been assessed for a minimum of Rs.25 crores.

The sealing drive against commercial establishments in residential areas has aggravated the situation for buyers with smaller budgets, while DDA has profited with Rs.900 crores in its kitty. (Indian Reality News)

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Connectivity is key

Improvement in the connectivity has done wonders for Delhi in particular, and, NCR in general. The fact has been proved by the introduction of Metro Rail in various parts of Delhi. With the reduction of commuting time from farflung areas to the main part of the metropolis, thanks to the Metro Rail services, many of these areas have regained their past glory.

Localities like the Raja Garden, Rajouri Garden, Tilak Nagar and Janak Puri had lost their sheen as the commuting time from central parts of Delhi, like Connaught Place and Central Secretariat, to these places, had gone up to more than one and a half hours during peak hours, due to heavy traffic. Now, through the Metro Rail one can travel the same distance in 40 minutes.

Also, with the advent of Metro Rail, the load on road transport has reduced and the condition of road traffic has improved further. This has rejuvenated the entire West-Central Delhi, East-West Delhi and North-Central Delhi corridors. The potential of economic activity in these areas have improved substantially, which is reflected in the price of hotels and other commercial plots, auctioned recently by the DDA. Some of the hotel plots in Dwarka and Rohini peaked over Rs 3 lakh per sq m in the auction.

Areas located farthest from the central areas have benefited most by the improved connectivity due to Metro Rail. A case in point is Dwarka which has benefited most with the start of Metro Rail services. Till the announcement of the construction of Metro Rail line, there were hardly any takers for apartments. But, with announcement of the Metro project the price in the area has sky-rocketed from around Rs 13 lakh, for a three bedroom flat in 2003, to Rs 65 lakh at present . Rohini and Pitampura are other areas which witnessed price hike.

Similarly, better road connectivity of Noida, Indirapuram, and Greater Noida also had a salutary effect on the property prices, which is a reflection of the increased economic activity in the area. The region attracted huge inflow of IT and ITES offices, which fuelled the demand. High growth in IT and ITES has created demand for office space which is met by the development of the new areas. But, only those areas which have better connectivity are developing.

Friday, January 12, 2007

Kunj Vihar Co-operative Group Housing Society (CGHS) scam at Dwarka

Two persons have been arrested by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of the Crime Branch on charges of their involvement in the Kunj Vihar Co-operative Group Housing Society (CGHS) scam at Dwarka in South-West Delhi.

According to Deputy Commissioner of Police (EOW) Prabhakar, one of the accused, Vivek Pathak, had earlier told the police that he was a member and former treasurer of Kunj Vihar CGHS and had alleged that Pradeep Mehta, Anuj Gupta, Rakesh Gupta, Atul Bansal and Naresh Rana had forged his signatures on proceeding registers of the General Body Meeting, Managing Committee Meeting, Audited Balance Sheet and other related documents to make money through fraudulent means.

He also alleged that the five other accused had sold more than 100 memberships of the Society by forging signatures of the dummy members and also had tampered with the record of the Society to make money. Subsequently, a case was registered against the five accused at Dwarka police station.

Investigations revealed that Kunj Vihar CGHS was set up in 1995-96, subject to the payment of 35 per cent of the land cost, but the Society failed to deposit the requisite amount and the allotment of land was cancelled in June 1996. At that time, Pradeep Mehta managed to deposit the amount and got the land allotted. Similarly, he got plots allotted for some other societies.

Forensic examination of the audit report of the Society, which was obtained from the office of Registrar of Co-operative Societies, revealed that signatures of Vivek Pathak was forged, but his signatures on cheques issued in favour of the auditor were genuine. It also came to light that Mr. Pathak was hand in gloves with Mr. Mehta in reviving defunct Societies through fraudulent means. However, the two fell out due to a dispute over sharing of the money earned by selling the flats to new members.

Subsequently, Mr. Pathak and his accomplice, Arun Sharma, were arrested. During interrogation, they allegedly confessed that the signatures on the refund cheques issued in the name of bogus members of the Society, through which a huge amount had been withdrawn, was theirs. They claimed that they did so at the instance of Pradeep Mehta. (The Hindu)

Latest CGHS Housing Scam Developements in Dwarka

Latest CGHS Housing Scam Development

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The members have raise huge amount of loans from different Banks and paying the EMIs for the vacant flats. On the other hand they are staying in rented houses and paying rent. The members are facing financial burdens from all the corners like paying EMIs, paying rent, paying ground rent to DDA for the unoccupied flats, No tax exemption, paying maintenance charges of vacant flats, lifts and others accessories like DG sets, firefighting etc etc. The conditions are of the vacant flats are deteriorating day by day. On the other hand the Government is also loosing the members do not occupy a huge amount as property tax as thousands of ready flats. The Hon’ble High Court has constituted a committee comprising of Joint Director of CBI/EOW, Land Commissioner, Director (Housing) of DDA and Registrar, Co-operative Society, which will finalise the modalities as to how the innocent members should get their flats at the earliest. The committee will its submit the report to Hon’ble High Court on 16-12-2006.

The AOCAM has submitted a memorandum giving its view-points with regard to the sufferings of the innocent/common members to the RCS who in turn will place the same view-points to the above-constituted committee for favourable recommendations. More

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Monday, January 8, 2007

Property Rates in Dwarka, Going upto 85 Lacks

Dwarka — located in west Delhi — had been demarcated as the residential colony by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) about 15 yrs earlier and today the township has flats built both by DDA and the private builder societies . It is located about 4 kms from the Indira Gandhi International Airport.

Divided into 29 sectors, Dwarka has about 460 housing societies. RK Yadav, a real consultant says that the five-star apartments in the township, its proximity to airport, the Jaipur Highway and other locales of Delhi like Janakpuri and Delhi Cantonment , have added to the rising real estate costs in Dwarka. A number of shopping malls and multiplexes have been proposed which would raise the living standards further. Dwarka offers residential options for both the middle and lower income groups.

Price of a residential unit starts from Rs 10 lakh and goes up to Rs 85 lakh. Commercial prices begin from Rs 6,000 to 25,000 per sq ft. In sector 4, 6, 10, 11, 12, 17 commercial prices vary from Rs 15,000 to Rs 25,000 per sq ft. Price of an LIG flat (area 500 sq ft) ranges from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 12 lakh. A super LIG flat with an area of 600 sq ft comes in the price range of Rs 13 lakh to Rs 14 lakh. MIG flats (area 750 sq ft to 800 sq ft) are priced between Rs 19 lakh to Rs 25 lakh. And the price of HIG flats ranges from Rs 25 lakh to Rs 35 lakh (area 1200 sq ft to 1500 sq ft). Saurabh Gangwar of Dream Land Property says that, two, three and fourbedroom flats with servant quarter are available in the price range of Rs 25 lakh to Rs 40 lakh (area 1100 sq ft to 1600 sq ft) in apartments like the Green Valley , Shivani, Brahma, Sunny Valley, Sun View, Rama, Mandakini, Vivekanand, Balaji, Air India, Classic Home, Chitrakoot , Friends Circles Society. Posh apartments — Sunny Valley, Shivani, Chitrakoot Extn — offer fully air conditioned three and four-bedroom apartments, duplex houses, penthouses and independent floors. Here the price is around Rs 85 lakh (area 1200 sq ft to 1600 sq ft). Residential and commercial plots are available in sectors 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, and 12.

A large number of shopping malls with four screened multiplexes are being developed here. Manish and Vardhman groups will complete their project by next year. Dwarka’s main market popularly known as the Central Market is located in sectors 6 and 10. Every sector has a park. DTC and the Blue line are plying buses from sectors 4, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 17 to various parts of Delhi.

Chartered bus services are also available for daily commuters from these sectors. Uninterrupted power supply and increasing the water supply will be given the top priority. Dwarka will soon be linked with four expressways while the metro rail service is already operational. However, illegal construction in the allotted land, commercial plots lying vacant due to DDA negligence, are the problems which require immediate remedy.

Sunday, January 7, 2007

CIC Taking Serious Note on Dwarka Resident Appeal

Taking a serious note of the failure to respond to a right to information application, the Central Information Commission (CIC) has issued a show cause notice to a senior official of Airports Authority of India (AAI) for providing incomplete information.

The commission was hearing an RTI appeal filed by Anoop Kumar Gupta, a resident of Dwarka in the capital wherein he sought information pertaining to duty hours of executives up to the level of senior managers in various disciplines in AAI.

"The commission has taken a very serious view of this lapse and has decided to issue a show cause notice as penalty to the executive director of the personnel department for providing incomplete information to the appellant", said Information Commissioner O P Kejariwal in a recent order.

The CIC took note of the delay caused at the instance of public information officer AAI, which it termed as a lapse on the part of the official. (Source: Zeenews)

Dwarka Property Rates-15-20% Increase in 2007

Over the last two years or so, real estate prices in most metros have seen a sharp rise, with annual return of 30 per cent being quite common. Though there seems to be some steam left still, some experts predict that prices will either stabilise or fall in 2007.
If you plan to invest in 2007, remember that it is a high-risk game, requiring you to stomach up to a six-year price downturn. Next year, go for long-term bets, basically areas that will surely appreciate in the next 4-5 years courtesy infrastructural developments such as metros, roads, bridges and airports. We map the areas with great prospects for price appreciation in the six metros of Delhi & NCR, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore and Mumbai.
1. DELHI & NCR
Infrastructure development in Delhi is giving access to places where even now people grow two righteous good crops a year. And those are just the places to grow your money.
Delhi Metro: In Dwarka in west Delhi, the connection has pushed up prices by about 75 per cent and a further increase of 15-20 per cent is expected in 2007, especially in sectors 2, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14. The eastern extreme, adjoining Noida, which will get connected by 2009, is seeing property prices along the Metro shooting up. In sectors that will house stations -- 15, 16, 18, 32 (city centre), the botanical garden and the golf course -- expect a rise of 20-25 per cent.
Says vice-president of Delhi-based Majestic Properties Abdul Bari: "The prices are Rs 4,000-5,000 per sq ft as of now." Sectors 19, 26, 39, 40, 41, 47, 50, 51, 61 and 62 are also expected to gain. "Once the Metro reaches Noida, the connecting corridors will see a rise of about 25-30 per cent," says S.K. Sayal, CEO, Alpha G Corp.

Source (http://kaaju.blogspot.com/2007/01/real-estate-prospects-in-six-metros-in.html)

Saturday, January 6, 2007

SERI Dwarka, for Social Activism and Intellectual Interaction

Socio Economic Research Institute in short SERI is registered with the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi under the Trust Act. Since its establishment SERI has been regarded as a prominent, pioneering and popular organisation in Delhi for its valuable contributions in the fields of social activism, intellectual interactions, societal development and promoting indigenous culture. Members from various walks of life have joined together to form SERI to provide catalytic support for promoting the avowed objectives of SERI. Activities at a Glance Education and Training Counseling and Guidance Family Life Education Environment and Sanitation Social Education and Organisation Consumer Protection Drug Counseling and Awareness Rural Development Welfare of the Aged Shri Subh Kant 9811117209 Trustee Manoj Sharma 9811550123 Trustee

Friday, January 5, 2007

Alcoholics Anonymous Dwarka - Celebrated its 3rd Anniversary on the 7th January 2007

Alcoholics Anonymous


God Grant us the Serenity
To accept the things I cannot change
Courage to change the things I can
& Wisdom to know the difference

Navkiran Group of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Dwarka Celebrated its 3rd Anniversary on the 7th January 2007 Sunday AT 10.30 AM Chandra hospital lawns Dwarka

AA members shared their personal stories of how they recovered from alcoholism the killer which engulfs tens and thousands of lives all over leaving behind wrecked families and destroyed innocent children. Member from the parallel fellowship Alateen/Alanon which is for the children/family of alcoholics also shared their story of recovery.

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; they are self-supporting through their own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Their primary purpose is to stay sober and help others to achieve sobriety. Recovery is based on sharing experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve a common problem.

Non-alcoholic guests are welcome at ‘Open’ meetings. Attendance at ‘Closed’ meetings is limited to those who are alcoholic or think they may have an alcoholic problem.

Regular meetings at Dwarka “Navkiran Group”
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7.30 – 8.30 PM Rishikul School premises
Sunday 6.30 – 8.PM Chandra Hospital Dwarka Gate

Palam: “Gateway to Sobriety” group Wednesday & Saturday 7.30 – 8.30 St Johns Church Street No1 Mahavir Enclave

For details Contact: 9313585052 9868030419 9811908707

Thursday, January 4, 2007

No admission for CBSE topper in Dwarka

On Tv channels today was the news of a 10th grade topper with 97% marks who was denied admission in DPS school Dwarka.She “failed” the interview it seems.All the nine students admitted have marks less than Garima. Most likely she did not make it because :

1)She did not have a “posh”accent

2)Parents are 12th pass.Education in India is the right only of those who already have an educational background.How stupid!!!!

3)Garima(the student in question) is from a village family and her parents don't fit in with the elitist image of the school

4)Her dad is a police constable and therefre does not have the means to “donate” a big amount to school.

Thanks to private news channels like NDTV we atleast now get to hear about these issues.The minister of Education has promised to take action against the Delhi Public School Dwarka.The principal of the school was stupid enough to admit on camera that Garima was denied because she was finding it hard to speak in English.This was promptly shown by the TV channel folowed by a clip of Garima herself speaking in English...............Go girl go.....u do not need these money making factories like DPS to fly and reach ur goals.

Dwarka Pin Codes Changed - Department of Posts

It is notified to all customers that due to creation of Two more delivery post offices at NSIT-Dwarka and Raj Nagar (Sector 8), some areas are being shifted to the post offices as below w.e.f. 30-11-2006. It is requested that the changed PIN CODE may be got noted to all concerened for smooth and prompt delivery of mails.

Dwarka Sec 3,4,12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 (110078)

Dwarka Sec 8, 9, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 (110077)

(Department of Posts)

Wednesday, January 3, 2007

DDA all set to hold draw for housing scheme

The Delhi Development Authority is all set to hold the draw for its "DDA Housing Scheme 2006", under which nearly 3,500 two and three-bedroom flats and expandable houses will be offered across the Capital.

The scheme had received a tremendous response as nearly 3.2 lakh forms were sold and about 1.5 lakh registrations received.

The scheme was launched on August 22 last year and closed on October 12.

Despite the DDA allowing only one registration per family and that too only on the possession of a PAN, the number of registrations was high as a number of banks took to financing the registration amount for a non-refundable sum of nearly Rs. 5,000.

Applications cancelled

However, this time a number of applications have been cancelled as the applicants were found to have applied in their own name as also in the name of the spouse.

The response to the scheme was also good because it offered flats and expandable houses in various premium localities. While three-bedroom flats were offered in Sarita Vihar, Dwarka and Motia Khan, two-bedroom ones were offered in Dwarka, Sarita Vihar, Rohini and Shalimar Bagh besides other places.

(Hindu.com)


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Tuesday, January 2, 2007

Lok Sabha member HT Sangliana, at Dwarka Sector-6

Lok Sabha member HT Sangliana from Bangalore North constituency in Karnataka has said that Manipur is in chaos for the last many years but there is no any solution at all. He appealed to the people of Manipur to have positive thinking towards development and such chaos should be stopped immediately.

The super cop turned MP was addressing the first foundation day celebration of the Manipuri Diaspora Association, NCT Delhi on Sunday last at Dwarka Sector-6 here as chief guest. The president of the association RK Brajachand Singh presided over the function and O Nabakishore Singh, commissioner of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, ministry of human resource development graced as a special guest.

While appreciating the yoeman service of the association for all communities of Manipur, Sangliana expressed his love for Manipur and said he organized Yaoshang festival at Bangalore in the last two years.

At the outset of the function, Cpt Subadani who shot to fame as a film actress in her leading role as Saphabee in the national award winning Manipuri film Saphabee, along with her group sang the opening song "Sana Leibak Manipur, Manipur".

Not less than 200 families settled in and around Delhi attended the function. Brajachand, in his presidential speech said the association was established on January 1, 2006 and was an exclusive body of Manipuris presently settled in Delhi and its adjoining areas to help each other and inculcate a sense of bonhomie. Among other objectives, the association is endeavoring to construct a dharmashala, a Manipuri school and establishment of a Manipuri leikai in Delhi, he added.

Courtsey: The Imphal Free Press

Celebration of Louis Braille Anniversary

You are cordially invited for 198th Birth Anniversary of Louis Braille on Thursday the 4th January,2007 at Gandhi Peace Foundation auditorium, I.T.O. Delhi. The celebration will start from 10.30 A.M. & over at 5.30 P.M.
Sh. Udit Raj, National President-Indian Justice Party &Chairman-All India Confederation SC/ST Organisation has kindly given his consent for being Chief Guest on the occasion. Sh.B.S.Chauhan-FIDE President Asian Zone & Hony.Secy.-Delhi Chess Association, Sh.Anil Bhatia( Asst.Manager-Canara Bank) & Sh.Sanjay Joshi-President-(Shiv Sena-Distt.Punjabi Bagh),Ms.Rammi Seth(President-Saksham-N.G.O.) will be the Guests of honour.

Monday, January 1, 2007

Newsletter on New Year from Dwarka Parichay

So, Here is Dwarka Family in Its 3rd Year, Bringing People together to say, To say, What they have common,

Their problems, concerns, sense of belonging.

They have a place. Dwarka Parichay. The Dwarka Family. A wise Educated & Concerened Family.

In the year ahead Dwarka Parichay bringing you more news, more information. With newly started Subscription, you can see all dwarka events & information at your desktop. http://dwarkaparichay.com/subscribe.asp

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