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Today’s Program : Club Installation Meeting for the year 2013-14 Next Week’s Program : (12th July‘13) : Reporting on R.I.Convention by our members who returned from Lisbon. Vol. LIX

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EDITORIAL The Editorial team of "The Chilka" wishes every member a Happy New Rotary year 2013-14. Today Rtn. Satyadev Khemani popularly known as 'Pappu' will be formally installed by his predecessor IPP Rtn. E.Siva Prasad Rao as the first President of Rotary Club of Berh-ampur under the new R.I District 3262. IPP Rtn. E.Siva Prasad Rao (Babulu) will be remembered not only as the last president of Rotary Club of Berhampur under the erstwhile undivided R.I District of 3260 but also as the "Ever smiling President" of our club. He has left no stone unturned to make his year a memorable one with lots of community projects and many more family of Rotary programs. Our IPP Rtn. Babulu has left a certain footprint that will allow Rtn. Pres.Pappu to further tread on his mission unequivocally. Pres.Pappu has done his homework well with his select team of goal focused bravehearts, who are well equipped to achieve any goal bestowed on them. Pres. Pappu has already drawn an ambitious plan that will cater well to the needs of the community with greater focus on "Fellowship" and "Rotary Swargadham". The ever devoted and steadfast president is all set to shell out his prowess for the club's advantage with great charisma and vigor. One could presume from his approach that he's prepared to accomplish everything at one go. He has the strong backing of Rtn. Rajesh Choudhury who will deputize him as Hony. Secy. Rajeshji is very articulate and understands his responsibility very well. He is highly calculative and receptive too. Both Pappuji and Rajeshji along with the stalwarts like Sanat, Ajit Raju, Sivanarayana, P.K.Acharya, Murali, Dr.Bhartudu, Suresh Saraf, Gopiram, Ishaque, Deepak, VVRN Rao, Dr. Manmadha Rao, P.S.N, Ranjit Panda, Santosh Sahu, K.K.Mishra & P.K.Rajeev will all exemplify a new and powerful approach to leadership in this great club of RID3262, not Editor : Rtn. T.Parthasarathy Advocate & Tax Consultant S/o T.Venkata Rao R.C.Church Road, Berhampur- 760001 Cell : 9583367444

Friday, 5th July. 2013 to mention all other members who are very much committed to extend all their support. High on his agenda are the three P's Presence that is attendance, Philanthropy i.e. Service, Partnership that deals with fellowship with members in addition to our club's dream project. As for me I am the first editor of RC Bam under the new RID 3262. I am working my mind and contriving hard to write this first editorial of the inaugural edition of the 59th edition of The Chilka. I along with my experianced and wonderful colleague P.Parthasarathi are particularly endeavoring hard to be more rhetoric and candid in our approach will bring out interesting articles and events to increase you readership and to create a niche-grip in the realm of Rotary news and events. At this juncture what we require mostly is your best support and valuable assistance in our quest to make Chilka the most sought after weekly Rotary magazine. I along with my colleague P.Parthasarathi and all the office bearers and standing Comm. Chairmen appeal you all through Chilka to please, please cooperate and support Pappu ji in all the avenues of service and enable him to make his dream real. From all of us here at team The chilka we show our good appreciation to Babulu garu and his team for their wonderful manifestation in the Rotary Year 2012-13 by fulfilling the objects of Rotary in rich fervor concomitantly. Team Chilka wishes Pres. Pappu Khemani and his team of office bearers a meaningful and purposeful Rotary year ahead of them. We are sure the current team more altruistically, fulfills the Rotary objects by Engaging Rotary and changing lives in every action. Happy reading and reap maximum enjoyment and wisdom from the programs and projects in this Rotary year 2013-14 and the years to ensue. Do send in your comments and suggestions along with interesting articles and photographs at Your Editor of "The Chilka" Rtn. T.Parthasarathy

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Co- Editor : Rtn. P.Parthasarathi Advocate & Tax Consultant Brundavan Nagar, Hillpatna, Berhampur- 760003 Cell : 9437077453

KNOW OUR Honble. R.I PRESIDENT Ron D. Burton Rotary Club of Norman, Oklahoma, USA, President, Rotary International, 2013-14 Ron D. Burton retired as president of the University of Oklahoma Foundation Inc. in 2007. He is a member of the U.S. Supreme Court Bar, the Oklahoma Bar Association, and the Cleveland County Bar Association. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, the ABA Section of Taxation Exempt Organizations Committee, and the ABA Section of Real Property, Probate, and Trust Committee on Charitable Organizations. He was vice president of the Last Frontier Council of the Boy Scouts of America and received the Silver Beaver Award. He also received the Norman United Way and Junior League Volunteer of the Year Civic Award. His extensive service to The Rotary Foundation includes vice chair and member of the Foundation Trustees, vice chair of the Future Vision Committee, and member of the International PolioPlus Committee and PolioPlus Speakers Bureau. Other service includes national adviser for the Permanent Fund Initiative, member of Permanent Fund Leadership Team, and consultant to the Development Committee. In addition, he has served as a regional Rotary Foundation coordinator and moderator of the regional Rotary Foundation coordinator training program. Burton has received the RI Service Above Self Award and the Foundation’s Citation for Meritorious Service, Distinguished Service Award, and International Service Award for a Polio-Free World. He and his wife, Jetta, are Paul Harris Fellows, Benefactors, Major Donors, and members of the Paul Harris, Bequest, and Arch C. Klumph Societies.

KNOW OUR Honble. DISTRICT GOVERNOR Rtn. RABI NARAYAN NANDA Rtn. Rabi Narayan Nanda born on 23rd May became a Rotarian in 1998 with charter membership in Rotary Club of Bhubaneswar Cosmopolitan, where became the President in 1999. Later he joined as the Charter Member of Rotary Club of Bhubaneswar Royal in 2000. Rtn.Nanda is a Post Graduate in English & Bachelor of Law from Utkal University. Rtn. Nanda is a Civil Service Officer having served in important assignments in the Government of Odisha and at present he is Municipal Commissioner of the Millennium City, Cuttack and the Vice Chairman of Cuttack Development Authority. He is a writer of short stories, a lyricist and a poet with 2 publication to his credit

namely 'Astaragara Bhinna Range‘ and ‘Nisiddha Mrugaya'. Rtn. Nanda is also a Music Director who has co-directed the music of unique Musical Album of ‘Geeta Gobindam'. Rtn. Nanda has also directed the Music of Oriya Movie "Pahili Raja"which was his debute as a Film Music Director. He has already got the "Chalachitra Jagat Awards", "Chitralipi Awards" and "Banichitra Awards" as the best Music Director for 2010 for his Music direction in Pahili Raja. Being a very successful organizer Rtn. Nanda is associated with many Organizations as its member and office Bearer. He has been the secretary of OAS Association from 2000 to 2010 and is now its President. He is also the President of Odisha Secretariat Cricket Association, an Executive Body Member of Utkal Sahitya Samaj and Bhubaneswar Club, life member of Indian Red Cross Society, TASWEL & Kalavikash Kendra, Cuttack, a Member of DAV Management Committee for Chandrasekharpur and Pokhariput, Bhubaneswar. As a Rotarian he has excelled in his assignment as Asst. in the Year 2006-07 as the best Asst. Governor for the year in Dist. 3260. He has also successfully taken the assignments of Revenue District Co-ordination of Polio Plus and Zonal Chairman for Membership Development and Extension, Road Safety, Development and Member District Training Committee in Various Rotary years. He has very successfully organized two District Assemblies as Chief Co- coordinator in 2006 and the Co-Chairman in 2009-10. Rtn. Nanda's hobbies are Music and Cricket. His wife Ann Kalyani is an active member of Inner wheel Club of Bhubaneswar Royal. Rtn. Nanda is blessed with a son ‘Susobhan' who is an Engineer in Tata Motors and happily married to Sushree and a Daughter 'Sulagna' who is a Management Graduate. She is happily married to Satyanarayan who is an Engineering Executive in ABB in QATAR. Rtn. Nanda is a visionary in Rotary who believes that Rotary has the capacity and the scope to do a lot more for the society in various fields.

KNOW OUR Honble. CHIEF GUEST Rotarian Debasish Mitra, born in a reputed family in Kolkata, West Bengal, did his schooling from the St . Paul's School, Darjeeling. He obtained a Bachelors Degree in Science from the University of Calcutta with distinction. After a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management, he completed a Diploma in Interior Designing. He is the Chief Executive of Mitra Technical Service a firm that undertakes Turnkey Interior Designing & Furnishing projects for Multinationals & Indian corporate giants. The firm also imparts training to Interior Designing students from reputed Institutions. He is also the Director of Mitra

Webtech Pvt Ltd a firm engaged in Stock Broking & Financial Investments. He is a member of the Interior Decorators Association-ABID, Builders Association of India & the Eastern Chamber of Commerce. He joined the Rotary movement twenty-six years back in the year 1987 as a Charter Member of R C Calcutta Dhakuria RI District 3290 India. He served as Club President in 199697 & achieved a record membership growth of 120% for his Club. He served the District twice as the Asst. District Secretary in 1995-96 & 1997-98, Dist Chairman-Matched Clubs in 1998-99, Zonal Representative in 1999-2000, the only District Secretary during 2000-2001 & served as Assistant Governor for four consecutive years 2001-2005. He served as District Governor during 2006-2007 of the then District 3290 India/Nepal, the largest District in the Rotary world. During his Governorship the District raised an all-time record contribution of 5, 08,000 USD to TRF. He is recipient of RI Membership Award & Four TRF RI Zonal Awards for his contribution. The District achieved a net 8% growth in membership & added six new Rotary Clubs in India & Nepal. He initiated the first Medical Mission to Africa from the District to Sierra Leone in 2007 & has been active in organizing a number of such Medical-Missions to Africa. He is a recipient of the Meritorious Service Award & RI Presidential Citation for outstanding performance as District Governor. He has also received RI Presidential Recognition for Membership Growth & Four Avenues of Service Citation. He was instrumental in the organizing of various major District Events & has taken an active role in the organizing of RI Peace Conference 1999 as Chair-Hospitality, the Centennial Rotary Institute 2004 in Kolkata as Chair-Cultural Events, Institute Secretary-2010 Rotary Institute Bangkok & as Chair-Accommodation 2011 Rotary Institute Kolkata. He was Conference Secretary for the Rotary South Asia Conference on Literacy at Katmandu & Member-Promotion Rotary Institute Hyderabad. Currently served as Chairman - House of Friendship Rotary South Asia Summit 2013 Hyderabad, one of the largest events in the Rotary World. Debasish is currently serving District 3291 as DRFC 200913, Trustee & Stewardship Chair- Eastern India Rotary Welfare Trust. He has served RI Promotion Committee Member for 100th RI Convention Birmingham, RI Zone 5 & 6A as the Zonal Coordinator-East for the Heart to Heart Committee & Member Advocacy Task Force National Polio Plus Committee. He has received several invitations from other Rotary Districts across the country & abroad as speaker & Trainer. He was DRMC 2008-09 for his District 3291. He served as Trainer for DGNs Training Seminar at 2008 RI Institute, Agra & for District Trainers Training Seminar at 2011 Rotary Institute Kolkata. Debasish & Papia successfully represented RI President & the First lady as RIPR to D 3132 India. He was selected by TRF to serve the Arch Klumph Society Resource Committee for India as a member during 2009-10, Member - Reach Out to Africa Com-

mittee in India & Member-200 Million $ Challenge Committee for India. Debasish was selected as a Member- Nominating Committee for Selection of RI Director 2011-13 Zone6. He has served as Assistant Rotary Coordinator Zone 6A, during 2010-11. Served as Member - Editorial Board of Rotary News 2009-12 & currently Member of Indo-German Inter-Country Committee. Debasish & Papia are a Major Donor couple & were invited to represent RI President Kalyan Banerjee & the First lady Binota as RIPR to D 3500 Taiwan. They were also Aide to RIP Sakuji Tanaka during his visit to Kolkata D 3291 in 2013. Debasish represented his school & college teams in Cricket & also participated in various other cultural events. He is a member of the Calcutta Rowing Club & the Dalhousie Institute. He has traveled all over the world & has attended RI Conventions & Global Peace Forum Berlin. He is married to Papia Mitra, who is working as Director of Mitra Webtech Pvt Ltd a firm engaged in Stock Broking & Financial Investments. She has served as Moderator at District Assembly, District Conference & at Rotary Institute Spouses Session in Bangkok & Kolkata. She is currently served the Rotary South Asia Summit Hyderabad as Member HOF Committee. They are blessed with only son Avishek who is currently doing his graduation.

R.I PRESIDENT’s Monthly messages - July 2013 Dear fellow Rotarians, This is an incredibly exciting time to be a Rotarian. This Rotary year can be one of the greatest years we have yet experienced in Rotary – but it is up to each one of us. We are now writing the last chapter in our fight against polio. While it has been a long, hard journey, we have learned many valuable lessons. We have learned that as a group we can move mountains, we can change people’s lives for the better, and we can honestly make a difference in our world. Perhaps the greatest lesson has been that the more we challenge ourselves, the more we can achieve. We are also embarking on a new chapter in the storied history of our Rotary Foundation. We have the rare privilege of launching an entirely new grant structure we’ve come to know as Future Vision. It gives us the opportunity to challenge ourselves to do the absolute most we can, with all of our resources. Just think how much more we can do with a stronger Foundation, with stronger clubs filled with more Rotarians who are fully engaged in Rotary service. It’s time for us to recognize that the real challenge we face isn’t just bringing new members into Rotary. It’s turning all members into true Rotarians. It’s helping members get engaged in Rotary – helping them realize the potential they have, and how their Rotary service can change lives. We need to make sure that every member is active and contributing, and making a real difference – because when you’re doing meaningful work in Rotary, Rotary is meaningful to you. When we realize what we can achieve in Rotary – when we really engage Rotary – that’s when lives change. We change

the lives of the people who need us. That is inevitable. And along the way, our lives are changed as well. That is also inevitable. That’s what our theme is all about in 2013-14: Engage Rotary, Change Lives. It’s time to open our eyes to the potential each of us has through Rotary. Rotary lets us reach higher, do more, and be a part of something larger than ourselves. No matter how much we give to Rotary, we get more in return. And that, too, is inevitable. In 2013-14, let’s turn all of our potential into reality. It’s up to us. We can do it by engaging in Rotary service, by getting involved, by staying inspired, and by remembering every day the gift we have in Rotary. Together, we will Engage Rotary, Change Lives Ron D. Burton President, Rotary International

KNOW YOUR PRESIDENT Name : Satyadev Khemani Classification : Advertising Date of Joining : 7th of July 2004 Date of Birth : 3rd of May 1967 Highest Post : President Elect. Spouse : Ruby Date of Wedding: 6th of December Children : Raj & Nidhi Hobbies : Playing Chess & Travelling Email : Address Office : Pappu Advertisings Pvt. Ltd. Rohini Apartments, Aska Road, Berhampur - 760 002 Res : Niladri Vihar 6th lane, Berhampur 760 001 Contact Numbers: +91-9437063906, +91-9337001481, 06802223517, 0680-2225243

KNOW YOUR HONY. SECRETARY Name : Rajesh Choudhury Classification : Chemical Distribution Date of Joining : 9th of July 2009 Date of Birth : 7th of June 1964 Highest Post : Director Spouse : Mamta Date of Wedding: 23rd of November Children : Kriti & Anubha Hobbies : Travelling Email : Address : S/o Late. PP Rtn. Kishorilal Choudhury Office : Noble Enterprises, Station Road, Berhampur - 760 005 Res : Station Road, Berhampur - 760 005 Contact Numbers: +91-9437065529, 0680-2233165, 06802233529

The new Rotary year: Changes you should know about For three years, 100 districts have been testing Future Vision, a pilot of The Rotary Foundation’s new grant system, which was designed to increase Rotary’s effectiveness during the next century of service. As the new Rotary year dawns, the future has begun. All districts begin using the simplified grant structure 1 July. Districts have already been completing the qualification process and qualifying their clubs. A number of clubs and districts have begun preparing and submitting grant applications. There will be three types of grants: global, district, and packaged. You can learn about all three types, and get more details about the application process, on Rotary’s grant microsite . Also on 1 July, new leaders will take office at the club, district, and international levels. Ron D. Burton, of the Rotary Club of Norman, Oklahoma, USA, will become Rotary’s 103rd president and will encourage Rotarians to Engage Rotary, Change Lives . Anne L. Matthews, a member of the Rotary Club of Columbia East, South Carolina, USA, will become the first woman to serve as vice president. Matthews, a former director of South Carolina’s Department of Education, is president of Matthews and Associates, an educational consulting firm. Read her biography. Dong Kurn Lee, of the Rotary Club of Seoul Hangang, Korea, will take over as Rotary Foundation trustee chair. Read his biography and download his convention speech. Other changes for 2013-14: Rotarians will be allowed to form satellite clubs, whose members meet at a different time and location from their parent clubs. The change, approved by the Council on Legislation in April, is intended to make it easier for members to develop the core for a new club. Districts will be able to form an unlimited number of eclubs. The Council removed a limit of two e-clubs per district. The change is designed to bring in new members and appeal to young professionals, who may be less able to meet in person weekly. The name of Rotary’s fifth Avenue of Service will change from “New Generations Service” to “Youth Service.” This change was also approved by the Council. In 2010, this avenue of service joined Club Service, Vocational Service, Community Service, and International Service. The dues Rotary clubs pay Rotary International will increase US$1 to $53 per member. A redesigned Rotary website will be launched in late summer. The RI Board of Directors will seat nine new directors 1 July, along with 2013-14 President-elect Gary C.K. Huang, of the Rotary Club of Taipei, Taiwan. The new directors for 201314 are Celia Elena Cruz de Giay, of the Rotary Club of Arrecifes, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Mary Beth Growney Selene, of the Rotary Club of Madison West TowneMiddleton, Wisconsin, USA; Seiji Kita, of the Rotary Club of

Urawa East, Saitama, Japan; Holger Knaack, of the Rotary Club of Herzogtum Lauenburg-Mรถlln, Germany; Larry A. Lunsford, of the Rotary Club of Kansas City-Plaza, Missouri, USA; P.T. Prabhakar, of the Rotary Club of Madras Central, Tamil Nadu, India; Sangkoo Yun, of the Rotary Club of Sae Hanyang, Seoul, Korea; Steven A. Snyder, of the Rotary Club of Auburn, California, USA; and Michael F. Webb, of the Rotary Club of Mendip, Somerset, England. The Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees will seat new members Monty J. Audenart, of the Rotary Club of Red Deer East, Alberta, Canada; Noel A. Bajat, of the Rotary Club of Abbeville, Louisiana, USA; and Kalyan Banerjee, of the Rotary Club of Vapi, Maharashtra, India. John Kenny, of the Rotary Club of Grangemouth, Scotland, will serve as chairelect, and Michael K. McGovern, of the Rotary Club of South Portland-Cape Elizabeth, Maine, USA, as vice-chair.

CLUB RECOGNITIONS for RY 2012-13 The following club recognitions were conferred to awardees in 'Maanyata' Club Award Nite in recognition of their contribution to the club and community on 30th Jun'13 at Subham Celebrations at a grand Valedictory ceremony by President Epari Sivaprasad Rao & Rtn. R.Murali Krishna, Hony Secretary. STAR ROTARIAN AWARDS PRESENTED TO OUTSTANDING ROTARIANS 1. Rtn. J. Jayalakshmi, 2. Rtn. Gopiram Agarwal, 3.Rtn.T. Parthasarathy, 4. PP Rtn. V.V.R.N Rao, 5.PP Rtn.Ranjit Panda 6.PP Rtn.P.K.Rajeev, 7. PP Rtn.Dr. J Bharatudu, 8.Rtn.CA V. Ajit K Raju, 9.Rtn. Ishaque Shariff, 10. Rtn.E Narasimham, 11.Rtn. Lalit Mohan Mangraj, 12.Rtn. Mihir Ranjan Panigrahi. AWARD OF APPRECIATION PRESENTED TO BOARD MEMBERS 1. Rtn. Satyadev Khemani, 2.Rtn J Jayalakshmi, 3.Rtn. E. Narasimham, 4 Rtn. Bijay Bagaria, 5. PP Rtn.Biswaranjan Patnaik, 6.PP. Rtn .Dr. J. Bharatudu, 7. Rtn. CA V. Ajit K Raju, 8.Rtn. Ishaque Shariff, 9.Rtn.Rajesh Choudhury, 10. Rtn. Srinivas Prusty. AWARD OF APPRECIATION PRESENTED TO STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 1. PP Rtn. V.V.R.N RAO, 2.PP Rtn.Ranjit Panda, 3.PP Rtn.P.K.Rajeev, 4. PP Rtn.Dr.S.Manmadha Rao, 5.PP Rtn.K.K. Mishra, 6.Rtn. Santosh Sahu, 7. PP Rtn. P.S.N.Senapati. AWARD OF APPRECIATION PRESENTED TO COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 1. Rtn. Silla Rama Rao, 2. Rtn. J. Ramesh, 3.Rtn A.Sivanarayana, 4. Rtn. M. Kameswari, 5. Rtn. Ashit Sahu, 6. Rtn K. Eswar Subudhi, 7. Rtn. B Appana Subudhi, 8.Er. Rtn. R.P. Patnaik, 9.PP Rtn. E.Chandramohan Rao, 10. PP Rtn.Dr. Mangu Subhadra, 11.Rtn. CA D.L.Narayana, 12.Rtn. K. Prasant Kumar, 13. Rtn. B.V. Kumar, 14.Rtn. K. R. Ch.Subudhi, 15.PP Rtn.V. Santosh Kumar, 16. PP Rtn.D. Sunder Srinath, 17.Rtn. K. Suresh Subudhi, 18.Rtn. Basant Sahu, 19. Rtn. T. Anil Patro, 20.Rtn. A. Anil Kumar, 21.Rtn. V. Ajay

Kumar, 22. Rtn. C.V.K. Sudhakar, 23.Rtn Rajendra Padhy, 24.Rtn. P.V. Suryanarayana Rao, 25. Rtn. T. Sanat Patro, 26.Rtn. Dr. I. Gopal, 27.Rtn.Dr. Bishnupriya Sahu, 28. Rtn. Dr. J. Rama Rao, 29.Rtn. Santanu Sahu. AWARD OF APPRECIATION PRESENTED TO MEMBERS / Sponsors 1. PP Rtn.P.K. Acharya, 2.Rtn. CA Tapas Panigrahy, 3.Rtn. J. Mohan Rao, 4. Rtn. B.K. Rao, 5.Rtn. Balakrushna Sahu, 6.Rtn. Sagar Subudhi, 7. Rtn D Praveen, 8.Rtn. Deepak Panda, 9.Rtn. Epari Rajeswar Rao, 10. Rtn. Silla Laxminarayana, 11.Rtn. Sisir Sahu, 12.Rtn. P. Venkat Patro, 13. Rtn. P. Somasekhar Rao, 14.Rtn. P. Sivalingam, 15.Rtn. P. Sadasiva Rao, 16. Er Rtn. Prasant Patro, 17.Rtn.P. Kumar Swamy, 18.Rtn. Kanti Surekha, 19. PP Rtn.Prof. K.M.Pathy, 20.Rtn.Dr. Mahesh Mohapatro, 21.Rtn.Silla Venkateswar, 22. Rtn. V. Srinivas. President Epari Sivaprasad Rao and his family as an appreciation of Service Above Self of Rtn R.Murali Krishna,Hony Secretary presented him with 'Gold Rotary Pin'. President Epari Sivaprasad Rao Presented a ' Gold Rotary Pin' to Rtn Lalit Mohan Mangraj for his outstanding contribution to 'One Brick - One Thousand' scheme of Rotary Swargdham.

ROTARY'S AREAS OF FOCUS The needs spanning Rotary's six areas of focus are vast, ranging from lack of access to clean water to the need for immunization that prevent deadly diseases. Learn more in the Rotary's Areas of Focus publication Rotary clubs serve communities around the world, each with unique concerns and needs. Rotarians have continually adapted and improved the way they respond to those needs, taking on a broad range of service projects. The most successful and sustainable Rotary service tends to fall within one of the following six areas: - Peace and conflict prevention/resolution - Disease prevention and treatment - Water and sanitation - Maternal and child health - Basic education and literacy - Economic and community development Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation recognize these six areas of focus as organizational priorities, and there are countless ways that Rotarians can address these needs locally and internationally. Clubs and districts participating in the Future Vision pilot can apply for Rotary Foundation Global Grant funding by targeting specific goals for one or more of the areas of focus.

Tax Deduction on Purchase of Immoveable Property Section 194-IA of the Income Tax Act, 1961 After section 194-I of the Income tax Act, the following section was inserted with effect from the 1st day of June, 2013, namely:— ‘194-IA Payment on transfer of certain immovable property other than agricultural land.—(1) Any person, being a transferee, responsible for paying (other than the person referred to in section 194LA) to a resident transferor any sum by way of consideration for transfer of any immovable property (other than agricultural land), shall, at the time of credit of such sum to the account of the transferor or at the time of payment of such sum in cash or by issue of a cheque or draft or by any other mode, whichever is earlier, deduct an amount equal to one per cent of such sum as income-tax thereon. (2) No deduction under sub-section (1) shall be made where the consideration for the transfer of an immovable property is less than fifty lakh rupees. Explanation.—for the purposes of this section,— (a) “agricultural land” means agricultural land in India, not being a land situate in any area referred to in items (a) and (b) of sub-clause (iii) of clause (14) of section 2 ; (b) “immovable property” means any land (other than agricultural land) or any building or part of a building.’ This amendment will take effect from 1st June, 2013. Analysis of new TDS Section 194-IA 1. This amendment will take effect from June 01, 2013 for sale of immovable property (other than agricultural land) where consideration is Rs. 50 Lacs and above. 2. The property may be in the nature of land, buildings or flats. Both residential and commercial properties are covered under this provision. However, the deduction does not apply to purchase of agricultural land which is not located within municipal limits or within the specified distance from municipal limits. 3. The section requires TDS to be deducted at 1% of the price being paid by the purchaser of an immoveable property, irrespective of quantum of capital gains. Purchaser and seller may be anyone i.e. individual / HUF /AOP / BOI / Partnership firm / LLP / Company / Artificial juridical person. No TDS is required to be deducted where total consideration is less than Rs 50 Lakhs.

4. If the seller does not have/provide a PAN, the rate of TDS would be 20%. 5. Such TDS would be deducted irrespective of who the seller is whether a builder or a flat owner making a sale. 6. Deductor must be very careful in filling up PAN details. In case wrong PAN is entered, there is no facility of correcting the same online. The only option available is to approach the Assessing Officer or TDS-CPC 7. Any tax deducted under section 194-IA will be a. Deposited within 7 days from the end of month in which tax was deducted b. Deposited by way of Challan-cums-statement in Form 26QB c. Deposited electronically into RBI/SBI or any authorized bank 8. NSDL site has already provided a new link “TDS on sale of Property” under e-Payment of Taxes to electronically deposit such TDS. It is mandatory to provide PAN of both transferor and transferee. Complete address of transferor and transferee is to be given. About property, complete address, value consideration, date of agreement and whether payment made in lump sum or installment is also to be provided in the online form. 9. TDS Certificate in respect deduction under section 194-IA will be issued by Deductor in Form No 16B. Form 16B has to be issued within 15 days from the due date of depositing tax (i.e. within 22 days of the end of the month in which the tax was deducted). Form 16B will have to be downloaded from income tax web portal 10. The purchaser is exempt from the obligation to obtain TAN, which is otherwise mandatory for all deductors. Purchaser is not required to obtain a TAN as the Forms 26QB and 16B are to be filed using the PAN details of the parties to the transaction. 11. Usually, tax has to deducted either at the time of credit or payment of consideration, whichever is earlier. In most of the cases of individuals purchasing immoveable property, the question of credit of consideration in the books of account should not arise, as there would usually be no books of account maintained for such transactions. Therefore, effectively TDS would be required to be deducted at the time of payment Fortunately, the purchaser deducting such TDS is not required to comply with the cumbersome TDS procedural requirements applicable to other TDS deductors, such as obtaining a Tax Deduction Account Number, filing a TDS return, issuing a TDS certificate, etc. All that he is required to do is fill in a form online ( or either make an e-payment or physical payment with the bank. Thanks to Government in this regard. Rtn. CA B Vijay

PRESIDENT’s MESSAGE Dear fellow Rotarians, It is indeed a great pleasure and privilege to me to be elected by all of you as the 59th president of this vibrant club. I understand that all my fellow Rotarians are with me to take this Club to greater heights and to give good care of our ongoing projects. Yes friends, I look forward to a year where we will ENGAGE ROTARY & CHANGE LIVES with a coordinated support from all of you and advice & guidance from Past Presidents and veterans of the Club who have led it for the last 58 years. My interest is particularly on improving attendance and involvement of our members participation needs to be the key points and we all shall join together to address this. We will actively participate in the Flagship program "Gaon Ku Challa" given by our District Governor with full dedication. It will be my privilege to carry out and complete the prestigious ongoing project of our club - ROTARY SWARGDHAM. Let us participate in large numbers. I count on the support of each and every one of you to carry the Club to its prestigious position in the society, so that the great work done by our past leaders will always be cherished. Rtn. Satyadev Khemani


CLUB ACTIVITIES HELD ON 1ST JULY 2013 1. "OFFICE" of our club was inaugurated at the ground floor of R.C.S Hall by P.P. Rtn. P.K.Rajeev. 2. Our club organized its 1st Club Assembly for 2013-2014 on 1st July,2013 (Monday) at R.C.S Hall, at 9.30 a.m. P.P. Rtn. Ranjit Panda, guided the deliberations. The plans and objectives of the year were discussed by the Standing Committee and other Committee Chairmen. 3. A Blood Donation camp was organized by our club in association with ABVD, Orissa on 1st July 2013 at our club premises and inaugurated by PP.Rtn.Dr.J.Bharatudu. 22 units of blood were collected from Rotarians and non Rotarians. The Camp was organized by the Committee Chairman Rtn. P. Someswar Rao Subudhi.

MEMBER IN LIMELIGHT 1. PP.Rtn P. K. ACHARYA , member of Rotary Club of Berhampur - Odisha - Dist 3262 RECEIVED A NEW ASSIGNMENT FROM DG . KISHORE KEDIA , DIST 3030( MAHARASHTRA ) AS THE DISTRICT CHAIRMAN FOR GREETING COMMITTEE FOR RY 2013-14. 2. PP Rtn.P.K.Acharya attended the Installation ceremony of R.C.Chatrapur - Ganjam on 3rd July 2013. Rtn. R.N.Choudhury as President, Rtn. D.Nanda as Hony.Secretary and their new team were installed.

PP Rtn. P.S.N Senapati has donated Rs.1,00,000/- as his first instalment to the Rotary Swargadham.


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Dear members , You are requested to pay your Annual / Semi-Annual dues for the year 2013-14 detailed as below by 31st July’13. Half yearly dues - 2,725/Annual Dues - 5,450/Pay your dues within duedate to avail special gifts.



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The President and members through Chilka present their warm wishes and wishes many more happy returns of the day to the Birthday Rotarians of the last week : Rtn. Er. Prasanta Kumar Patra - 29th June PP Rtn. K.K.Mishra - 30th June Rtn. Manoj Kumar Das - 30th June Rtn. Balakrushna Sahu - 1st July Rtn. CA Ashok Kumar Acharya - 2nd July Rtn. M. Bala Raju - 2nd July Rtn. Dr. J.Jagannadha Rao - 2nd July PP Rtn. Rtn. Biswaranjan Patnaik - 3rd July

The President and members through Chilka present their warm wishes to the Rotarians who celebrated their Wedding anniversary in the last week : Rtn. CA Tapas Kumar Panigrahi - 30th June Rtn. Er. R.Tumbanadham - 1st July PP Rtn. K.K.Mishra - 2nd July Rtn. Manoranjan Mahapatro - 3rd July Rtn. Deepak Saha Hazra - 3rd July MINUTES OF THE 52ND MEETING HELD ON 28THJUN'13 Proceedings of the 52nd regular meeting of Rotary Club of Berhampur for the RY 2012-13 held on 28th Jun'13 at 7.00pm at Rotary Centennial hall, Berhampur ;

6. Rtn.Gopiram Agarwal felicitated members who celebrated their birthdays & wedding anniversaries during the week. 7. Presidents announcements: *President Rtn Epari Sivaprasad Rao appealed to all to attend with family the Club Awards Nite -MAANYATA ,on 30th Jun'13 at Subham Celebrations from 6 pm onwards. 8. General announcement : *PP Rtn Dr.J.Bharatudu announced receipt of Rs.10,000/- from Rtn J Mohan Rao to Rotary Swargdham fund on the occasion of his 70th Birthday,his total contribution is now Rs.70,000/*Rtn Srinivas Prusty announced and invited all to The Rotaract Award ceremony at BBSR on 30th Jun'13, His Excellency Governor of Odisha SC Jameer is chief guest for the function. *President elect Rtn Satyadev Khemani announced and invited all to the 59th installation function of new office bearers of RC Berhampur on 5th July'13 in the presence of PDG Debasis Mitra of RID ;3291 at Subham Celebrations. *President elect Rtn Satyadev Khemani announced the programs for next week of the new rotary year as:1)Inauguration of new office of our club at 8.30 am on 1st July'13,2)1st Club Assembly from 9.15 am , Conduct of Blood donation camp from 10.15 am was announced by Rtn K.Someswar Rao Subudhi,chairman for the camp. *Rtn Rajendra Padhy appealed to the building committee chairman to clean up the unwanted shrubs on the boundary wall on the rear side of the club building. 9. President appealed to P Rtn Prof.KM Pathy to commence his talk . 10. PP Rtn K Pathy, presented an elaborative,audio visual presentation on ARTHRITIS,members presented were benefited by the talk. 11. Rtn CA S.Laxminarayana introduced and invited Mr.Raghu Guruji from Vijayawada to talk about YOGA & Parenting,in his talk, Guruji briefly Talked about the topic and invited all to a seminar on the topic on 30th Jun'13 from 10 am at Subham Celebrations. 12. President thanked Rtn BV Kumar,Rtn.K Someshwar Rao Subudhi & Rtn Mihir Panigrahy for hosting the fellowship snacks. 13. The attendance analysis of the meeting was read by Sgt-at-arms Rtn.Srinivas prusty as follows; Total members : 135 Effective Members : 135 Members Present : 49 Guests : 05 Annes : 01 % of Attendance : 36%

1. President called the meeting to order. 2. President welcomed all present to 52nd regular meeting of RY 12-13. 3. President invited PP Prof KM Pathy on to the dais to conduct the Multi Club Seminar 14. President adjourned the meeting . on "ARTHRITIS - Its Cause & Management ,A birds Eye view" 4. President appealed to all to invoke the national anthem. Rtn. Satyadev Khemani Rtn. Rajesh Choudhury 5.Minutes of the 51st meeting held on 21st Jun'13 were conPresident Hony. Secretary firmed. Published by Rtn.Rajesh Choudhury, Hony. Secy. Rotary Club of Berhampur, Edited by Rtn.T.Parthasarathy, Printed by Ravi Graphics.

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