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Naval Bajaj, President, ICCC; Don Stephenson, Canada’s Chief Trade Negotiator with India at the launch ceremony of the India Mission 2013 Susan Fennell, Mayor of Brampton; Asha Seth, Senate of Canada; listening to the breifing about at India Mission 2013 with other members

Naval Bajaj, President, ICCC; Don Stephenson, Canada’s Chief Trade Negotiator with India; Preeti Saran, Consul General of India in Toronto; ICCC Board of Directors at the launch ceremony of the India Mission 2013

Naval Bajaj, President, ICCC; Don Stephenson, Canada’s Chief Trade Negotiator with India; Mike Mehta Director, Business Development, ICCC at the launch ceremony of the India Mission 2013

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Naval Bajaj, President, ICCC; Susan Fennell, Mayor of Brampton; Asha Seth, Senate of Canada; ICCC Board of Directors; ICCC Committee Members at India Mission 2013 briefing meeting

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Growth Story”, the PBD2013 will be deliberating on greater opportunities in India for the Diaspora as a result of India’s growth. It will highlight safe environment for Overseas Indians for their contribution to economic growth and social development in India. Members of the delegation will thus have at the Kochi PBD an informative glimpse into India’s plans for future development and emerging business opportunities.

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he Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) is cognizant of the importance of growing economic partnership between Canada and India. With trade representing 60 percent of the Canadian economy, deepening commercial partnerships with Indian business is an important factor in Canada’s economic growth. The second visit of Prime Minister Harper to India has given further impetus to economic relations with India especially in key sectors such as food security, education, energy security, infrastructure etc. The ICCC is, therefore, pleased to lead a business delegation to India from January 3-16, 2013. The organizers have established for members of the delegation a full program, including networking events, policy discussions and participation in the two day Pravasi Bharatiya Divas 2013 in Kochi. The members of the delegation will be visiting seven cities: Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, New Delhi & Amritsar.

Vibrant Gujarat 2013

The members of the delegation will also participate in the Vibrant Gujarat convention in Gandhinagar. Canada is a partner country and the country seminar on Canada with its theme “Canada: The Preferred Business Destination”. The event is an initiative of Gujarat state for investment promotion and advancement of economic and social development. The event will provide enormous prospects to the State to display its strengths, progressive stand, initiatives, investor friendly climate and culture of Gujarat.

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i) Members of City of Brampton headed by Mayor Susan Fennell and its economic development team. Brampton is taking an active initiative to create a healthy environment for business and small scale industries with Indo-Canadians as bridge builder for promoting relations with India. Brampton has a successful, diversified economy and is home to more than 8,000 businesses, 153,000 workers, with an economic base comprised of a services-producing sector of 72 percent and a goodsproducing sector of 28 percent. The city of Brampton has thus joined the ICCC delegation to project Brampton’s distinct strengths with business opportunities available in India. ii) Members of City of Markham headed by Mayor Frank Scarpitti. Markham is taking an active approach to create an environment for information technology and life sciences industries, and has demonstrated focused leadership on developing India-related strategies, including its participation in PBD Canada 2011, PBD Jaipur 2012 and Pan-IIT meetings in the United States. Its recently released Economic 2020 blueprint sees a direct trajectory to become the Silicon Valley of Canada. It thus joins the ICCC delegation to project Markham’s distinct information technology strengths and marry it with economic opportunities available in India in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). As is evident from the Joint Statement on the occasion of the State visit to India of Prime Minister Harper, ICT has emerged as a sector with promising business to business partnership and cooperation.

In addition to business meetings, delegates will also have an opportunity to have meetings with Canadian and Indian policymakers. The ICCC has arranged meetings with senior Indian government representatives, with the representatives of the High Commission of Canada in New Delhi, the Consulate of Canada in Mumbai and Ontario International Marketing Centre Representatives based in Delhi and Mumbai. The ICCC and the City of Brampton will also be holding related meetings with business and state-level officials to promote synergistic opportunities in the SMEs and the wider services sector. The proposed program as well as information on hosting and participating organizations and description of delegates is given in succeeding pages. For more information, please contact us at indiamission@iccc.org or at www.iccc.org.

Highlights of the Program

The ICCC has developed a program for the delegation that includes meetings with representatives of some of India’s largest and most influential trade bodies, such as the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), India-Canada Business Chamber (ICBC), World Trade Centre (WTC) Mumbai, the All India Association of Industries and important trade organizations in some states. In addition, the President of ICCC and Mayor of Brampton will be meeting the President of The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) in New Delhi. Meetings with these organizations will take various formats – including B2B meetings, networking receptions, luncheon, roundtables and briefings – to offer the delegation valuable opportunities for business connections with Indian companies represented by these organizations.

PBD-India

The members of the delegation will also be attending the annual Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in Kochi which is an important event for networking and information about Indian economic initiatives. With its theme “Engaging Diaspora: The Indian

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Naval Bajaj

Susan Fennell

President, Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce 45 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 940 Toronto, Ontario, M2N 5W9, Canada Cell: 905-626-8534, 416-845-5306 E-mail: president@iccc.org; naval.bajaj@7-11.com Web: www.iccc.org Mr. Naval Bajaj was elected the 25th President of the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) in June 2012. He has been associated with the Chamber for the last five years, initially as a director and then as Vice President. He is the Chair of Greater Toronto Business Alliance (GTBA), and a member of the Advisory Committee of Canada’s Chief Negotiator on Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) with India. Naval was invited to attend Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s roundtable on economic affairs, held in Toronto January 2011. Naval was also part of the Prime minister’s state visit to India in Nov, 2012.

Mayor of the City of Brampton 2 Wellington Street West Brampton, Ontario Canada, L6Y 4R2 Tel: 905-874-2600 Email: susan.fennell@brampton.ca www.brampton.ca Currently serving her fourth term as Mayor, Susan is known for her accessibility, energy, enthusiasm, and deep commitment to Brampton and its residents. First elected in 1988, Susan served on Brampton City Council and Peel Regional Council before becoming Mayor of Brampton in 2000. As Mayor, Susan has established herself as a “people’s politician” through her open style of communication with constituents.

Naval has been actively associated with several Indo-Canadian Diaspora organisations in Canada, and has occupied leadership positions in the Rajasthan Association of North America (Canada) and Panorama India. He is well known in the IndoCanadian community for his strong conviction in the Canadian values of volunteerism and giving back to the community.

Susan has prided herself is getting things done and delivering results for Brampton residents. The City has remained debt free for 10 consecutive years and is currently one of only two municipalities in Ontario with a Triple-A credit rating from Standard and Poors

Naval is a dynamic entrepreneur and a Certified Business Consultant at 7-Eleven Canada. He holds a Master of Engineering, Master of Business Administration and Bachelors of Law degrees. Naval is self-motivated and highly talented member of the south Asian Business and professional community. He has immense experience in providing consultancy in engineering, services and retail industry. A firm believer in the process of globalization and global market integration, Naval has continued to remain engaged in his Indian operations in metals, textiles and construction.

Susan is currently the Vice-Chair of the Peel Regional Police Services Board, a member of the Large Urban Mayors Caucus of Ontario, an honorary Chair of the Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance. Susan represents the City of Brampton and the Region of Peel at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) as a national board member and a member of the Big City Mayors Caucus. Susan is currently the chair of FCM’s Ontario Caucus, and co-Chair of the Big City Mayors affordable housing working group.

Naval has been honored with South Asian Professional of the Year award, RANA President’s Award and Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. Naval was awarded Servant Leader award for 2010 by 7-Eleven, World Class Performance for 2009 by 7-Eleven, Best Performance Award for 2008 by 7-Eleven.

Susan is a graduate of the University of Toronto (Hon. B.Sc.), and is an honorary member of the Kiwanis Club, Zonta International, Scouts Canada and the Business and Professional Women’s Club. Susan was honoured for her volunteer community service by Rotary International with its highest award, the Paul Harris Fellowship, and is a recipient of the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada Medal, the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal and the Lord Baden Powell Medal.

Under his leadership, ICCC has grown to become the largest organization of the Indian businesses and the Diaspora in Canada. Naval has turned the venerable institution into an agile force working for bilateral relations between Canada and India, and enabling Indo-Canadians to integrate better into the Canadian mainstream for better contribution to the fabric of the Canadian society. Naval has taken the ICCC to greater heights by incorporating it with the spirit of collaboration with other similarly placed community-based organizations.

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Frank Scarpitti

Asha Seth

Mayor, City of Markham 101 Town Centre Blvd Anthony Roman Centre Markham, ON, L3R 9W3 Phone: - 905-475-4872 Fax: - 905-479-7775 E-mail:- fscarpitti@markham.ca

Senator, Senate of Canada Room 310, East Block Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C5 Tel - 613-996-7162 Fax - 613-996-7235 Email - setha@sen.parl.gc.ca

Mayor Frank Scarpitti was first elected Mayor of the City of Markham in 2006 for a four year term and in October of 2010 was re-elected for a subsequent four year term. He serves on York Region Council. He was first elected as Regional Councillor in 1985, and was re-elected seven times. At the Region, Mayor Scarpitti serves as Chair of the Police Services Board. He served as Chair of the Planning and Economic Development Committee and is currently a member of the Finance and Administration Committee, the York Region Rapid Transit Corporation and the Yonge Subway Advisory Task Force. Mayor Scarpitti is Chair of PowerStream, serves on the Markham Stouffville Hospital Board and is a former member of the Markham Theatre Board and the Rouge Park Alliance. Mayor Scarpitti was Chair of Markham’s Olympic Torch Relay celebration, Honourary Chair of Markham Miracle: Helping Build Haiti’s Future and Honourary Chair of the Markham Rising Sun Campaign: Standing with Japan. He is the Co-Chair of the Capital Campaign for the Markham Stouffville Hospital Expansion. Mayor Scarpitti lives in Markham with his wife Nancy and their three children. He has been a Markham resident for 47 years.

Dr. Asha Seth was honoured to be named Canada’s first Indo-Canadian female Senator. Ever since, Senator Asha Seth has worked tirelessly to bring awareness to the issues affecting the multicultural communities of Canada. Senator Seth has also been a key member of the Senate Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, where her many years of experience as a physician add a unique and important perspective. Senator Seth is also a member of multiple inter-parliamentary associations and friendship groups, which aim at bridging different cultures in an effort to strengthen Canada’s relation with the world.

Patrick Brown

Member of Parliament House of Commons Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6 Ph: 613-992-3394 E-Mail:patrick.brown@parl.gc.ca Mr. Patrick Brown is an elected member of the House of Commons, Canada. Patrick is currently playing an active role in Parliament serving as a member of the Standing Committee on Health, as a member of the Neurological Disorders Subcommittee, the Scrutiny of Acts and Regulations Committee, the Juvenile Diabetes All Party Caucus and he is the Co-Chair of the Malaria Caucus. In 2011, Patrick was appointed by his party as the Chair for the Central Ontario Caucus. Patrick is playing a leadership role on international affairs in the current Parliament. He is chairman of the Canada-India Parliamentary Association which focuses on building relations with one of the world’s fastest growing economies. His international experience prior to serving in Parliament included a position on the executive of the International Young Democracy Union for seven years and assisting in democratic building.

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Devinder Shory

Haresh (Mike) Mehta

Member of Parliament House of Commons Suite 404 Justice Building, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0A6, Telephone: (613) 947-4487 Email: devinder.shory@parl.gc.ca Mr. Devinder Shory is (born August 3, 1958 in Barnala, Punjab, India) is a Canadian politician, who represents the electoral district of Calgary Northeast as a federal Member of Parliament. He was elected to the House of Commons in 2008 and 2011. He is serving as a Member of the International Trade Committee, Human Resources, Skills Development Committee and co-chair of the Canada India Parliamentary Friendship Association. He is a recipient of the Alberta Centennial Medal and the Diamond Jubilee medal.

Director, Business Development, Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce 45 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 940, Toronto ON M2N 5W9 Tel: 416-979-7967 Ext. 2236 Cell:- 416-846-8002, +91 966-205-7356 E-mail: mike@eximcan.com; mike@fepsearchgroup.com Website: www.iccc.org Mr. Mike Mehta has been appointed as director of Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) in June 2012. Mr. Mehta has over 35 years of entrepreneurial and business development experience. He has built multiple companies of up to 300 employees. He is the Managing Director of EXIMCAN Canada and CEO of SCR Ltd. Eximcan Canada specializes in distribution, warehousing and International Trade and has been successfully distributing Fiberglass, food products and Chemicals to over 40 countries across the globe. Mike Mehta also established Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) operation in the year 2001. Under his leadership, FEP Search Group placed over 15,000 candidates in fortune 500 companies across the United States and Canada. FEP Search Group is now one of North America’s most competent and resource-rich staffing firms. He is a member of the HR Committee of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), member of the Canadian Special Crops Association (CSCA), Pulse Canada and Member of ERA India. Mike Mehta acted as a Co-chair and chaired number of fund raisers for Political parties in Canada.

Parm Gill

Member of Parliament House of Commons 830 La Promenade Building Ottawa, ON, K1P 5E3 Tel: 613-995-4843 Fax: 613-995-7003 Email: Parm.Gill@parl.gc.ca Mr. Parm Gill arrived to Canada at a young age, immediately setting down roots in the Greater Toronto Area In 2006 he began his candidacy in Brampton-Springdale, a community he has deep roots in. He was elected as Member of Parliament for the House of Commons in 2011. Parm believes in making our community safer for our children, lowering taxes for our families, keeping our government accountable and continuing to make our economy one of the strongest and most stable in the world. Parm continues to be one of the hardest working individuals in politics, striving to contribute to a community and a country that is based on crime control, economic strength, equality for all and support for our immigrants. Parm holds a conception of Canada that is based on providing the best for our citizens. He wants to continue to focus on the economy as we enter our second phase of recovery – to fight for lower taxes for our job-creators and continue to reduce unemployment and increase job growth. Brampton is one of the fastest growing cities in the country and Parm believes, with hard work and dedication, we can continue this trend by providing opportunities and financial security for our residents.

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Agnew David President Seneca College Ph: 416-491-5050 ext. 77001 E-mail: david.agnew@senecacollege.ca www.senecacollege.ca

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Arnold, George Dr. Markham Stouffville Hospital Ph: 905-472-4553 E-mail: garnold@msh.on.ca www.msh.on.ca

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Becker, Abu President & CEO, AirBond Travel Services Inc. Head Office: 218-1735 Kipling Ave. Toronto, ON M9R 2Y8, Canada. Tel: (416) 614 6500 x 201 Toll free:1-866-614-6500 x 201 Cell:(416) 275-0786 email: abu@airbondtravel.com www.airbondtravel.com

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Brown, Patrick Member of Parliament House of Commons Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6 Ph: 613-992-3394 Fax: 613-996-7923 E-Mail:patrick.brown@parl.gc.ca Web Site: www.servingbarrie.com

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Budhdeo, Munira CEO Argyle Flooring 560 Denison St., Unit 2 Markham, ON L3R 2M8 Day: 905-415-5111 Evening: 905-947-8300 Email: munirab@hotmail.com

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Chait, Stephen Director, Economic Development, City of Markham 101 Town Centre Blvd Anthony Roman Centre Markham, ON, L3R 9W3 Ph: 905-475-4871 E-mail:- schait@markham.ca

Government

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Bajaj, Naval President, Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce 45 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 940 Toronto, Ontario, M2N 5W9, Canada Cell: 905-626-8534, 416-845-5306 E-mail: president@iccc.org; naval.bajaj@7-11.com Web: www.iccc.org

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Bajaj, Rashi President Wild Wings 70 Mudd St. Stoney Creek, ON Ph:- 416-890-7391 Cell:- 416-845-5306 E-mail:- rashibajaj05@yahoo.com www.wildwingsrestaurents.com

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Chanchlani, Vasu Founder: Sigma Systems 155 York Suite 1100 M5J 1R7, Toronto Ph:- 905-278-8500 Cell:- 416-999-9489 Fax:- 416-369-0199 vasdevc@yahoo.ca www.vasu.ca

Information Technology

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Chotai, Ramesh President Bromed Pharmaceuticals 10 Barr Road Ajax, L1S 3X9 Ontario, Canada Ph: 905-427-4700 x26 E-mail: rameshchotai@rogers.com

Pharmaceuticals

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Chawla, Madan Mohan Engineer and Advisor Phone:- 416-433-6622 E-mail: madan.chawla@bell.net Skype: “mmcnuworld” F: “Incentive Works” www.mmcontario.com

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Chowdhary, Manisha Assistant General Manager Sears, Canada 25 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton, L6T 3R5 Ph: 647-622-6822 E-mail: chowdharym1@yahoo.ca

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Chawla, Shreya Sales Associate/Manager Homelife Diamonds Reality Inc. 30 Intermodal Drive Unit 207-208 Brampton, L6T 5K1 Ph: 905-789-7777 E-mail:shreyaa@homelifediamonds.com

Realty

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Chowdhary, Sanjeev Director (Co-Founder) of Great Lakes Real Estate Brokerage, (Member of Toronto Real Estate Board) Unit no-808, Britannia Road West Mississauga, Ontario L5V 0A7, Canada Ph:- 416-356-7356 E-mail:- sanjeevc1@yahoo.ca www.greatlakesrealty.ca

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Chokshi, Mahesh CEO: Source One Medical Supply 10 Fairholme Drive, Unionville, Ontario, L3R 7R1 Ph:- 905-479-3055 Cell:- 416-417-9119 Fax:- 877-633-7703 mahesh.chokshi@medsourceone.ca www.medsourceone.ca

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Chowdhury, Debarshi Head: South-Asian Business, Commercial Banking HSBC Bank Canada 70 York Street Toronto, M5J 1S9 Ontario, Canada Ph: 416 868-8331 E-mail: debarshi.chowdhury@hsbc.ca www.hsbc.co.in

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Cutajar, Dennis Commissioner of Eco. Dev. & Corporate Communications: City of Brampton, 2 Wellington Street West Brampton, Ontario Canada, L6Y 4R2 Tel: 905-874-2698 Fax: 905-874-2670 Email: dennis.cutajar@brampton.ca www. brampton.ca

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Dhillon, Parmeshwerjit Councilor: City of Brampton, Ontario CANADA 2 Wellington Street West Brampton, Ontario Canada, L6Y 4R2 Tel: 905-874-2609 Fax:905-874-2644 E-mail:- Vicky.dhillon@brampton.ca www.brampton.ca

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Danish, Jawaid Artistic Director, Rang Manch-Canada Executive producer, Barefoot Films-Canada, Ph: 647-970-3270 E-mail: jawaiddanish@hotmail.com www.rangmanch-canada.org

Entertainment

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Dhillon, Parminder Broker of Record: Royal Star Realty Inc. 511, Ray Lawson Blvd Brampton, L6Y 0N2 Ontario, Canada Ph: 905-793-1111 Cell: 416-272-0739 E-mail: broker@royalstarrealty.com www.royalstarrealty.com

Realty

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Desai, Rakesh JPCS Immigration Consultants Inc. 204 Coastline Drive, Brampton, Ontario, L6Y0S3, Canada Ph: 905-452-8264 Fax: 905-812-1396 Cell: 416-809-1278 Email: jpcs@bellnet.ca

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Dua, Vikram Managing Director: BGD Group 7015 Tranmere Drive, Unit 16 Mississauga, L5S 1T7 Ontario, Canada Ph: 905-676-6000 x 103 E-mail: vikram.dua@bgdgroup.com www.bgdgroup.com Financial Services

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Dhanjal, Kanwarjit Chair – Energy committee ICCC President, Just Instruments Inc 142 Seaside circle, Brampton On L6R2H1 Phone : 647 834 7829 E-mail : kd@justinstruments.net www.justinstruments.net

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Fennel1, Susan Mayor of the City of Brampton 2 Wellington Street West Brampton, Ontario Canada, L6Y 4R2 Tel: 905-874-2600 Email: susan.fennell@brampton.ca www.brampton.ca

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Foda, Rabiz N P.Eng. FEC Strategic Advisor - India ePrism Solutions Ph: 647-408-5139 E-mail: foda@computer.org

Information Technology

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Goteti, Raju Chief Marketing Officer Citizen Center Ph: 416-333-4472 E-mail: Raju@CitizenCenter.com www.citizencenter.com

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Ghose, Dilip General Manager Build Tech Controls 4978. Yonge Street (Suite 2009) Toronto. Ontario. M2N7G8 Ph: 416-221-5882 E-mail: dilipghose@buildtechcontrols.com www.buildtechcontrols.ca

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Grewal, Jagdish Chief Executive Director: CP Media Group 27 Armthorpe Road, Unit#3 Brampton Ontario, Canada L6T 5M4 Phone: 905-793-2202 Fax: 905-793-2282 Email: jagdish@punjabipost.ca www.cpmediagroup.ca www.punjabipost.ca www.bramptonlocal.com

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Gilbert, Paul CEO Quanser Inc. Ph: 905-940-3575 E-mail: paul.gilbert@quanser.com www.quanser.com

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Gupta, Ram RG Marble & Granite 97, Cresane St. Markham, ON L3S 3T2, Canada Tel: 905-294-9554 Cell: 416-720-4362 E-mail: rgmarble9@gmail.com

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Goel, Aviral Vice President: Blair Franklin Asset Management Inc. Commerce Court West, Suite 1905 199 Bay Street, P.O. Box 147 Toronto, Ontario M5L 1E2 T. 416.304.3985 C. 416.560.3234 agoel@blairfranklin.com www.blairfranklin.com

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Gupta, Garima RG Marble & Granite 97, Cresane St. Markham, ON L3S 3T2, Canada Tel: 905-294-9554 Cell: 416-720-4362 E-mail: rgmarble9@gmail.com

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Hameed, Shahul VP Strategic Development: Mircom Group of Companies 25 Interchange Way Vaughan, Toronto Ontario L4K 5W3 Ph: 905-660-4655 Fax: 905-660-4113 E-mail: shameed@mircomgroup.com www.mircomgroup.com

Manufacturing

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Jha, Aditya Founder & Chairman POA Educational Foundation 3312-88 Bloor St East Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3G9, Canada Ph: - 416-524-1563 / 905-527-2205 extn. 4475 E-mail:- aditya@poafoundation.org

Education

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Heran, Justin Justin Heran has been a professional real estate and land developer for the past ten years. He has extensive knowledge specializing in commercial, residential and industrial properties in central Ontario, Canada.

Construction

38

Joshi, Raksh Director of Operations: DMC Management Consulting 650, Saddlecreek Way NE, Calgary, Alberta, T3J 4A3 Phone 403-265-1999 Cell 403-608-1999 Fax 403-398-1549 E-mail:- rakshjoshi@gmail.com www.dmcm.ca

Management Consultant

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Jain, Ramesh Director, Special Projects Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce 45 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 940 Toronto ON M2N 5W9 Ph: 416-259-4631 E-mail: info@nekison.com

Construction

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Joshi, Ashok Independent Consultant Finance & Administration 60 Mary Elizabeth Crescent, Markham, Ontario L3R 9L2 Canada Tel. 905-470-8896 Cell: 647-403-8417 E-mail: ashokbharti@hotmail.com

Consultant

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Jans, Murray Consultant: IMI Healing Technologies 33 James Young Drive Georgetown, ON, L7G 5S6, Canada Ph:- 905-882-8181 Cell:- 416-899-4427 Fax:- 905-877-5658 E-mail:- maj@cogeco.ca www.imihealingtechnologies.com

Consultant

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Joshi, Mrudula Director MNJ Consultants Inc. Brampton, ON, Canada Cell: +1(416)-834-5379 Email: mrudula.joshi@mnjconsultants.ca

Consultant

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Kakaflikas, Christina, MAES Ec.D Manager, Special Projects Economic Development, Town of Markham 101 Town Centre Blvd., Markham, ON, Canada L3R 9W3 Ph:. 905.477.7000 x 6590 Fax: 905.475.4888 E-mail:- ckakaflikas@markham.ca

Government

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Kohli, Harmeet Singh CEO GreenFields Corp. 4 Rushbrook Dr. Brampton Ontario, L6P1C6 , Canada Ph: 416-275-5962 Fax: 9054631531 E-mail: harmeetsinghkohli@gmail.com www.greenfieldscorp.com

Trading

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Kanapathi, Logan Councillor, City of Markham 101 Town Centre Blvd, Markham, On, L3R 9W3 Ph:- 905-479-7748 E-mail:- lkanapathi@markham.ca www.markham.ca

Government

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Kohli, Rajinder Singh President GreenFields Corp. J12/26 Rajouri Garden, New Delhi 27, India Ph: +91-981-013-1480 E-mail: Lskohli@gmail.com www.greenfieldscorp.com

Trading

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Kanwal, Kanwaljit Singh Chief Editor, Samay Indo Canadian (Hindi News Paper) 7071 Airport Rd # 212 Mississauga, Ontario L4T 4J3 Canada Phones: 905-673-3000 Cell: 647 893 3600 Fax: 905 799 0120 E-mail: photokanwal@gmail.com

Media

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Kohli, Lakhmeet Singh (Rickey) President Gemsar Corp. 4 Rushbrook Dr. Brampton Ontario, L6P1C6 , Canada Ph: 416-832-6333 Fax: 905-463-1531 E-mail: Lskohli@gmail.com www.gemsarcorp.com

Construction Machinery Exports

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Khurana, Vikram President & CEO: Prudential Consulting Inc Suite 108, 250 Consumers Road, North York, Ontario M2J 4V6 Canada Ph:- 416-490-1377 Cell:- 416-826-0373 Fax: 416-490-0737 E-mail:-vik@prudentialconsulting.com www.prudentialconsulting.com

IT and Health Care Consulting

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Kohli, Puneet Partner : Simmons, da Silva & Sinton LLP Suite 200; 201 County Court Blvd Brampton, Ontario, Canada, L6W 4L2 Direct: 905-861-2819 Ph::  905-457-1660 Ex.259 Cell:   416-824-6217 Fax:      905-457-5641 Email: puneet@sdslawfirm.com URL: www.sdslawfirm.com

Law Firm

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Lamba, Priti Fleet Risk Management Specialist: CPDA 465 Chancellor Drive Woodbridge, L4L 5E1, Canada Ph:- 905-850-1230 Cell:- 416-418-6263 Fax:- 905-850-1230 E-mail:- lamba.priti1@gmail.com www.pritilamba.ca

Logistics/Supply Chain

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Mehta, Neeraj Investment and Retirement Planner (IRP) RBC Royal Bank of Canada neeraj.mehta@rbc.com Tel: 416-284-6376 Cell: 416-319-8270

Investment Services

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Majithia, Rakesh Rakesh Majithia CA Professional Corporation 5805 Whittle Road, Unit 112, Mississauga, ON, L4Z 2J1 Ph: 905-815-8442 Cell 416-992-3983 Fax: 905-815-8442 E-mail: rakesh@rakesh.ca www.rakesh.ca

Financial Services

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Mehta, Renu President - Imagebuilderz Your Communications and Image Enhancement Partner 38 Bayfield Drive Richmond Hill, ON L4S 2M5. Tel: 416-708-2537 Email: renum@rogers.com Web: www.imagebuilderz.com

Media

51

Mehra, Pankaj Director, India & South Asia Markets Multicultural Banking Scotia bank 44 King Street W. 15th floor, Toronto, ON M5H 1H1 Ph: 416-866-4465 Fax: 416-866-5466 E-mail:- pankaj.mehra@scotiabank.com www.startright.scotiabank.com

Banking

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Melchior, Dino President, Melchior Management Corporation 299 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 300, Barrie, ON L4N 7Y9 Ph: 705-722-6706 Fax 705-726-3909 E-mail: dinomelchior@mmcorp.ca www.mmcorp.ca

Management

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Mehta, Haresh (Mike) Director, Business Development, Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce 45 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 940 Toronto ON M2N 5W9 Tel: 416-979-7967 Ext. 2236 Cell:- 416-846-8002 E-mail: mike@eximcan.com; mike@fepsearchgroup.com Website: www.iccc.org

Human Resources

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Miles, Gael Kathleen Regional Councillor City of Brampton, Ontario CANADA 2 Wellington Street West Brampton, Ontario Canada, L6Y 4R2 Tel: 905-874-2671 Fax:905-874-2644 Gael.miles@brampton.ca www.brampton.ca

Government

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Moretti, Carolina Councillor, Ward 4, Chair, Economic Development Committee City of Markham 101 Town Centre Blvd, Markham, On, L3R 9W3 Ph: 905-479-7751 E-mail: cmoretti@markham.ca www.markham.ca

Government

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Nasir, Bashir Ahmad President, Nasir Studios 603-3001 Finch Ave W, North York, ON, M9M 3A9 Ph:- 416-742-5020 Cell:- 416-414-4213 Fax:- 416-742-6069 E-mail:- bnasir88@hotmail.com

Media

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Munshi, Vinod President Indian Institute of Technology Alumni Canada (IITAC) Ph: 416-527-3247, +91 959-405-5673 E-mail: Bridge2canada@rogers.com www.opg.com, www.envirodyne.co.in

Information Technology

62

Newman, Ian William Chief of Staff, Mayor’s Office: City of Brampton 2 Wellington Street West Brampton, Ontario Canada, L6Y 4R2 Tel: 905-874-2628 Fax: 905-874-2620 Email: ian.newman@brampton.ca Www. brampton.ca

Government

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Muthulingam, Stan Co-Chairman & Chief Executive The Cableshoppe Inc. 1410 Birchmount Road Toronto, ON, M1P 2E3 Tel: 416 293 3634 Mobile: 416 716 6767 Fax: 416 293 5258 E-mail: stan@thecableshoppe.com www.thecableshoppee.com

Information Technology

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Pandya, Vijay V R Project management Inc. 310 Painted Post Drive Suite A. Toronto, Ontario M1G 3G2, Canada Cell: 647-229-5943 Fax: 416-439-9911 E-mail: info@vrprojectmanagement.com

Trade and Investment Consultation

60

Namjoshi, Swati Marketing Head, Sound Masking Division Tarte Engineers Private Limited First Floor, Maxtel Shoppe, 36, Jail Road, Indore 452 007. (M.P.)

Marketing

64

Patel, Don R B President: DRB Consulting. 46 Thorntree Cres, Brampton, L6Y 4C4 Ontario, Canada Office: 905-672-1234 Cell : 416-859-2296 Ph: 416-802-9042 Fax: 905-874-9042 Email : DonRBPatel@gmail.com

Realty

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Patel, Kamal JayKam Corporation 1333, Weber Street E Kitchener. N2C 1A2 Tel:519-893-1234 Cell: 519-721-2755 Fax:519-893-2100 E-mail: info.jaykam@yahoo.com www.jaykam.com

Trading

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Pradeepan, Nani B.Sc. Eng., M.Eng., P.En Managing Director: New Dawn Energy Solutions A1 - 20 Apple Creek Blvd. Suite 102, Markham Ontario L3R 5Z1, Canada Ph: 416-855-9377 E-mail: nani@newdawn-es.com www.newdawn-es.com

Alternative/Renewable Energy

66

Patel, Monil JayKam Corporation 1333, Weber Street E Kitchener. N2C 1A2 Tel:519-893-1234 Fax:519-893-2100 E-mail: mjp5999@yahoo.com www.jaykam.com

Trading

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Prakash, Jai Director, Global Cargo Systems Inc. 10 Falconer Drive Unit# 5, Mississauga, Ontario, L5N 3L8, Canada Ph: 289-997-4629 Cell: 416-505-1455 Ph:- +91-998-012-5559 Fax: 289-997-4629 E-mail: jai@globalcargo.ca www.globalcargo.ca

Logistics

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Patel, Savita Community Service City of Markham 19 Chillwood Court Markham, Ontario L3R 9P1, Canada Ph: 905 887-6739 Cell: 647 869-4836 E-mail: nitashastri@rogers.com

Not for Profit

71

Purohit, Mukand President and CEO V-care Group LTD Member Advisory Board –PKM advisory Services (P) Ltd Advisor – Enterprise Saskatchewan 2009-1 Lee centre Drive Toronto Ontario M1H 3J2 Ph: 416-439-9329 E-mail: mukundpurohit@gmail.com

Consultant

68

Poddar, Sampat President & CEO Byrex Gems Inc 1101-21 Dundas Square, Toronto, ON, M5B 1B7 Ph:- 416-947-1431 Cell:- 647-221-7813 Fax:- 416-947-1431 E-mail:- spoddar@byrex.com www.byrex.com

Diamonds & Gems

72

Rajasri, Raj President, CEO Dr. Business CA Ph: 647-287-1544 E-mail: rajasri@sympatico.ca www.drbusiness.ca

Consultant

26

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Name and Address

Nature of Business

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Name and Address

Nature of Business

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Ramirez, Carolina Independent Consultant Markham, Ontario Canada Ph: 416-624-8568 E-mail: jennyramirez111@gmail.com

Consultant

77

Scarpitti, Frank Mayor, City of Markham 101 Town Centre Blvd Anthony Roman Centre Markham, ON, L3R 9W3 Phone: - 905-475-4872 Fax: - 905-479-7775 E-mail:- fscarpitti@markham.ca

Government

74

Ray, Sunny Channel Manager, South-Asia Quanser Inc. Ph: +91-994-549-7931 E-mail: sunny.ray@quanser.com www.quanser.com

Education

78

Seth, Arun Dr. 2425 Bloor Street West, # 412 Toronto, Ontario M6S 4W4, Canada Ph: 416-767-1117 E-mail: setharas@aol.com

Health

75

Saeed, Sohail Director, Economic Development City of Brampton 2 Wellington Street West Brampton, Ontario Canada, L6Y 4R2 Tel: 905-874-3849 Fax: 905-874-2670 Email: sohail.saeed@brampton.ca www.brampton.ca

Government

79

Seth, Asha Senator, Senate of Canada Room 310, East Block Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0C5 Tel - 613-996-7162 Fax - 613-996-7235 Email - setha@sen.parl.gc.ca

Senator

76

Saini, Raminder Pal Singh Director Just Instruments Inc. 3226, Sector 35-D Chandigarh, India Ph: +91-9915196723, 1722647824 Cell:- 91-991-519-6723 E-mail:- rpssaini@airtel.blackberry.com

Instrumentation & Automation

80

Sethi, Harpreet President Radisson Plaza Hotel Mississauga, ON Ph:- 905-364-9999 Cell:- 416-294-0215 Fax:- 905-364-9990 E-mail:- Sethi@rogers.com www.radissonplaza.com

Hospitality/Development/ Real Estate

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Nature of Business

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Name and Address

Nature of Business

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Sethi, Sanjeev President, The Host 14 Prince Arthur Ave. Toronto, M5S 1A9 Ontario, Canada Ph: 416-962-4678 E- mail: sanjeev@welcometohost.com

Hospitality

85

Shah, Supan Student 11, Pamela court, Toronto, M9V 2C2. Ph: 1-647 709 0208 E-mail: supanshah9@gmail.com

Student

82

Shah, Milan P. Eng. MS Structural President Mirage Steel Limited 23 Automatic Road, Brampton, Ontario, Canada, L6S 4K6 Ph: 905-458-7022 Cell: 647-501-0188 E-mail:- milanshah@miragesteel.com

Steel Fabrication

86

Shah Jaimin Dev Information Technology Pvt. Ltd. 14, Aaryans Corporate Park, Near Shilaj Railway Crossing, Thaltej-Shilaj Road, Thaltej, Ahmedabad-380 059. India Ph: +91-9429899852 | Cell: +91 9825009263 E-mail:- jaimin.shah@devitpl.com

Information Technology

83

Shah, Pankaj Finance & Administration Officer Collection Department Court Services Division City of Toronto 481, University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M5G 2E9 Canada Phone:416-338-6834 E-mail:pshah@toronto.ca

Government

87

Sharma, Brij K. President Brij K. Sharma Professional Corporation 3-8900 Yonge Street Richmond Hill L4C 0L7, Ontario, Canada Ph: 905-738-1011 E-mail: brijsharma@bksca.com

Finance

84

Shah, Rashmikant President Vishwam Enterprises 24 Richdale Drive Stoney Creek, ON L8J 3X3 Phone: 647-273-7262 E-mail: vrund97@yahoo.com

Trading

88

Shastri, Nita Consultant & Business Advisor Markham Small Business Centre 37 Glenbourne Park Dr., Markham, Ontario, L6C 1H5 Ph: 905 887-6739 Cell: 416 804-6856 E-mail: nitashastri@rogers.com

Consultant

30

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Name and Address

Nature of Business

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Shastri, Vijay Graphico Precision 1105-90 Dale Ave. Toronto, ON M1J 3N4, Canada Ph: 647 340-2202 Bus: 416 569-9208

Engineering

93

Singh, Harjinder Publisher, India Journal 1197 Killaby Drive Mississauga L5V 1B1 Ph: 905-405-0420 Cell: 416-707-4288 E-mail: sanharj@hotmail.com

Media

90

Shory, Devinder House of Commons Suite 404 Justice Building, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6, Canada Telephone: (613) 947-4487 Fax: (613) 947-4490 Email: devinder.shory@parl.gc.ca

Member of Parliament

94

Someshwar, Ajit CEO CSI Consulting 65 Harbour Square, #1510 Toronto, M5J 2L4 Ontario, Canada Ph:- 416-364-6376 x2013 E-mail: ajit@csican.com

Information Technology

91

Sidhu, Param CCIM CEO-Broker Of Record: Acres Real Estate Inc. Commercial Real Estate Brokerage 1332 Khalsa Dr, Suite #01 Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, L5S 0A2. Phone: 905 565 1300 Cell: 416.567.4348 Fax: 905 565 5708 Email: param@acresrealestate.com Website: www.acresrealestate.com

Realty

95

Sprovieri, John Regional Councillor City of Brampton, 2 Wellington Street West Brampton, Ontario Canada, L6Y 4R2 Tel: 905-874-2610 Fax:905-874-2644 E-mail: john.sprovieri@brampton.ca

Government

92

Sierra, Baljit President Novo Plastics Ph: 905-887-8818 ext. 250 1 (888) 987-8818 ext. 250 E-mail: baljit.sierra@novoplas.com www.novoplas.com

Autoparts

96

Surti, Russi, CMC, ACA, LL.B. President, Global Ventures 296 Mill Road, Suite E3 Toronto, Ontario, M9C 4X8, Canada Cell: 416-569-9306 E-mail: consultrussi@aol.com

Consultant

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Tandon, Sunil President & CEO: State Bank of India (Canada) 200 Bay St.# 1600, Royal Bank Plaza, North Tower Toronto, M5J 2J2 Ontario, Canada Ph:- 416-865-0414 x2227 E-mail: standon@sbicanada.com

Banking

101

Vora, Bhusan Gem Star Inc. 7 Red Oak Drive, Richmond Hill, ON, L4B 1T7 Ph:- 905-731-1640 Cell:- 416-580-5826 Fax:- 416-667-9397 E-mail:- vora9855@rogers.com www.gemstarinc.ca

Diamonds and Gems

98

Thakkar, Satish Immediate Past President, ICCC President Excelsior Financial Group 7001 Steeles Avenue West Suite-18, Toronto Ontario, M9W 0A2 Ph:- 416-798-3228 Fax:- 416-798-1948 E-mail:- satish@efgcanada.ca Web:- www.efgcanada.ca

Financial Services

102

Vora, Rohita Gem Star Inc. 7 Red Oak Drive, Richmond Hill, ON, L4B 1T7 Ph:- 905-731-1640 Cell:- 416-580-5826 Fax:- 416-667-9397 E-mail:- rohita@gemstarinc.ca www.gemstarinc.ca

Diamonds and Gems

99

Varadarajan, Radhakrishnan Management Consultant ArveeZ Management Consultants AJ55 New no 27, Fourth Street, Annanagar, Chennai, CO 80247, USA Ph: 91-44-32900623, Cell: 91-8870794885 E-mail: rada@arveez.com

Management Consultant

103

Wadera, Sam Franchise Partner Markham Second Cup 64 Silver Oaks Crescent Markham, ON, L6C 2Z4 Canada Cell:- 416-659-9900 E-mail:- swadera@rogers.com, www.secondcup.com

Consultant

100

Vasudev Aditya Head, Business Banking: ICICI Bank Canada 150 Ferrand Drive, Suite 1200 Toronto, ON, M3C 3E5 Tel: +1 416 847 7950 Cell: +1 647 688 2120 Fax: +1 647 436 1178 E-mail: aditya.vasudev@icicibank.com Visit us at : www.icicibank.ca

Banking

104

Zabudsky, Jeff, Ph.D. President and CEO Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning 1430 Trafalgar Road Oakville, ON L6H 2L1 Ontario, Canada Ph:- 905-815-4022 E-mail:-susan.wright@sheridancollege.ca

Education

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Chan, Raymond Investment Attraction Manager, Industry and Business Development Division of the Ministry of the Economy, Government of Saskatchewan.

Government

110

Tourism

106

Crane, Bob Vice President N-Viro Systems Canada LP 229 Niagara Street Toronto, Ontario M6J 2L5 Tel: 416-360-5907 Fax: 416-364-1012 Email: info@n-viro.ca

Fertilizers

Patel, Rohit President: Travel & Tourism 310 Painted Post Dr, Suite A, 1st Floor. Scarborough, Ontario, Canada M1G2G3 Phone: 416-439-1010 Fax 416-439-9911 E-mail: paylesstravel@rogers.com www.theflightconnections.com

111

Fertilizers

107

Lajpat Prasher Chairman: Tortel Group of Companies 151 North Rivermede Rd. Vaughan, Ontario, L4K 0C4 Canada Ph: 1-905-660-9661 Fax:1-905-660-9780

Telecom

Sampson, Rob President N-Viro Systems Canada LP 229 Niagara Street Toronto, Ontario M6J 2L5 Tel: 416-360-5907 Fax: 416-364-1012 Email: info@n-viro.ca

112

Baymgarteer, Tony

Government

113

Finny, Robin

Mining

114

Hereson, Justin

Mining

Mark-Haines, Lacey Executive Vice-President Invest NB HSBC Place, P. O. Box 6000 Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1, Canada Phone : (506) 453-2794 Fax : (506) 444-4277 Email : Mark.Haines-Lacey@inbcanada.ca

Government

115

Khangsar, Tenzid D

Businessman

116

Love, Ron

Mining

117

Patel, Brijesh

Vcare

Reid, Jay Investment Officer, Foreign Investment Invest NB, Ph: 1.506.658.5905 Cell: 1.506.639.6094Email: E-mail:-Jay.Reid@inbcanada.ca

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ICCC Business Mission to India

Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce’s Trade Delegation to India

Bengaluru, January 6-7, 2013

January 3–16, 2012 Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, New Delhi & Amritsar

Sunday, January 6, 2013 10:45

Arrive Bengaluru & check in to hotel Hotel Le Meridian

14:30 – 16:30

Lunch with Visvesvaraya Industrial Trade Centre (VITC) Venue: Hotel Le Meridian

14:30 – 17:30

(Optional) Tradeshow International Renewable Energy Show Venue: Bangalore International Exhibition Centre

Arrive Mumbai & check into hotel Hotel Taj President

19:30 – 21:30

Dinner meeting with Federation of Karnataka Chamber of Commerce and Industry Venue: Hotel Le Meridian

09:00 – 10:30

Breakfast briefing by the diplomatic corps at the Consulate General of Canada Venue: Canadian Consulate

Monday, January 7, 2013 08:00 – 9:30

Visit to iGATE

12:30 – 15:00

Luncheon reception with All India Association of Industries Venue: World Trade Centre - Mumbai

17:30 – 18:30

Meeting of Mayors of Brampton & Markham with Mayor of Mumbai Sunil Prabhu Venue: Office of Mayor of Mumbai

10:00 – 13:00

Luncheon meeting with Indo-Canadian Business Chamber and Consulate General of Canada (Bangalore) followed by Roundtable on, “Future Agenda for Canada India Partnership: Unlocking its Full potential” Venue: Taj Vivanta

19:30 – 21:30

Dinner with YES Bank Venue: NSCI, Worli

Mumbai, January 3-6, 2013 Thursday, January 3, 2013 23:59

Friday, January 4, 2013

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Program

The economic dimension of bilateral relations between Canada and India is currently receiving considerable attention as is evident from the Joint Statement of November 6, 2012. Some of the important areas that figure in it are: Energy and Mining, Trade and Economy, Science and Technology, Information and Communication Technologies, Education, Agriculture, People to People Ties, Audio-Visual Co-Production Treaty. The roundtable will have wide ranging discussions on ways and means of building comprehensive economic partnership.

09:30 – 13:00

NRI Business Summit Venue: Hotel Sofitel, BKC, Mumbai, India

14:00 – 17:00

Visit to a movie studio Venue: Yash Raj Studios

19:00

Meeting with Gems & Jewelry Export Promotion Council Venue: Hotel Taj Presidency

Monday, January 7, 2013 18:30

Arrive Kochi & check into hotel The Crowne Plaza

Depart for Bengaluru Jet Airways 9W342

20:00 – 21:30

Dinner at PBD India Hosted by Hon. Minister of External Affairs

Sunday, January 6, 2013 09:10

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Depart for Kochi Jet Airways 9W407

Kochi, January 7-9, 2013

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Government of India Venue: Hotel Le Meridian Note: All PBD-India events are at Hotel Le Meridian

20:00 - 21:30 Dinner hosted by Hon. Minister of Overseas Indian Affairs Government of India During PBD-India, ICCC will try to arrange as many meetings as possible with political leaders, diplomats, state representatives from different Indian states and different chambers of commerce who will be at PBD-India

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

09:00 – 10:15 PBD-India Inaugural session 10:30 – 11:45 Plenary 1 India’s Growth: Greater Opportunities 11:45 – 13:15 Plenary 2 Overseas Indian: Safe Environment 14:30 – 16:00 Plenary 3 Engaging the Second Generation ICCC President Naval Bajaj to speak at the Plenary 3

Thursday, 10 January, 2013

08:40 Depart for Mumbai Jet Airways 9W406 10:35 Arrive Mumbai 13:55 Depart for Ahmedabad Jet Airways 9W 321

Ahmedabad & Gandhinagar Thursday, 10 January, 2013

16:30 – 17:45 PBD Oration on Gadar Movement 19:00 – 20:00 Cultural program hosted by Government of Kerala 20:00 – 21:30 Dinner hosted by Government of Kerala The Government of India recognizes the importance of the Indian Diaspora in developing improved global relations. As representatives of the Indo-Canadian community, the ICCC-led delegation will be attending the PBD conference for opportunities to network with Indian business representatives, discuss potential for the contribution of diaspora in India’s economic plans, and learn about India’s new economic initiatives. Kochi PBD looks to marry the technological know-how, business success and educational attainment of the Indian overseas community with India’s agenda of equitable development. Thus, the conference theme ‘Engaging Diaspora: The Indian Growth Story’ will examine areas of mutual benefit for diaspora enterprises and Indian development. In particular, the PBD will hold sessions on issues important to Canadian business, including business partnerships, knowledge and technology exchange, and investment in R&D (research and development).

15:05 Arrive Ahmedabad & check into hotel Hotel Landmark Fortune 15:45 – 16:30 Meeting of Mayors of Brampton & Markham with Mayor of Ahmedabad Venue: Office of Mayor of Ahmedabad 16:30 – 18:30

Canadian High Commission’s Briefing session for Canadian delegates Venue: Courtyard by Marriott

19:30 – 21:30 ICCC- GCC’s Business & cultural networking evening Venue: Choki Dhani

Friday, 11 January 2013

Wednesday, 9 January, 2013

09:30 – 11:30 Plenary 4 Investment Opportunities in States Chief Ministers’ Session 13:00 – 15:00 Meetings with Kerala state officials organized by Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC)

10:00 – 12:30 Vibrant Gujarat Summit Inaugural Venue: Mahatma Mandir Note: All Vibrant Gujarat events are at Mahatma Mandir 14:00 – 16:00 Country Seminar: Canada, the preferred business destination Speakers include ICCC President Naval Bajaj, HE Stewart Beck, Chris Hill of Electric Mobility Canada, representatives of British Columbia, Ontario, New Brunswick, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Mayors of Brampton, Markham, representatives of Invest Toronto, Windsor Essex

17:00 – 18:00 Valedictory session & confirnment of PBD Samman Awards 19:00 – 20:00 Musical Extravaganza

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Networking reception and cultural program hosted by Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University for Canadian delegates Venue: Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar

Saturday, 12 January, 2013

10:00 – 12:00 CHC-ICCC-PDPU seminar Canada – Gujarat: Trade and investment opportunities Official Canada country seminar Venue: Mahatma Mandir 14:00 – 17:00 Canada Business Partnering Forum B2B matchmaking sessions for Canadian delegates, organized in partnership with GCC 19:30 – 21:30 Invest in Canada Networking Venue: Courtyard by Marriott

Sunday 13, January, 2013 09:00

19:00 – 21:00 Reception at the Canadian High Commission Venue: HC’s Residence

Tuesday 15 January, 2013 11:55

Depart for Amritsar Jet Airways 9W7150

Amritsar Tuesday, 15-16 January, 2013 Tuesday 15 January, 2013

13:05 Arrive Amritsar & check into hotel Radisson Blu Hotel Afternoon Visit to Golden Temple Visit to Durgiana Mandir

Wednesday, 16 January, 2013

Visit to Gandhi Ashram

Morning

Business Meetings

11:00 Visit to Akshardham 14.30 Depart for Delhi Jet Airways 9W2122

Forenoon Political Meetings 14:00 Visit to Wagha (India-Pakistan border)

New Delhi Sunday 13-15, January, 2013

20:35

Depart for Delhi Jet Airways 9W2644

Sunday 13, January, 2013

21:55

Arrive Delhi Terminal III

15:50

Arrive Delhi at Terminal III and check into hotel Taj Mahal Delhi

Thursday, 17 January, 2013

Monday 14, January, 2013

09:30 – 10:30 Meeting with Som Mittal, NASSCOM Venue: NASSCOM 11:30 – 15:00 Roundtable on SME sector in collaboration with Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC) & National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) Venue: NSIC Bhawan 15:00 – 19:00 Meeting with senior diplomats and political leaders

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03:00

Depart for Toronto Air Canada AC 9353 (via Frankfurt)

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Hosting and Participating Organizations

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)

Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC)

The Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1977 as a representative organization for the Indo-Canadian community. Since its foundations, the ICCC has adopted a mandate to promote and facilitate economic relations between Canada, India and other countries with a focus on areas of business, trade and investment. ICCC was conferred Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award by the President of India Pratibha Patil at Jaipur on 9th January, 2012. The incumbent president of ICCC accompanied Prime Minister Harper to India in November 2012. The ICCC was also a partner organization for India’s Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs for Regional PBD Canada 2011 held in Toronto in June 2011. To keep the momentum of initiatives on bilateral ties, ICCC launched a project on “Canada-India Partnership: Unlocking its Full Potential”.

City of Brampton

With a population of approximately 523,911 Brampton is the 9th largest city in Canada, voted in top 10 cities in North America for Foreign Direct Investment, AAA credit rating designated by Standard & Poor’s, designated by the World Health Organization as an International Safe City and the 3rd largest in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Brampton is the second fastest growing city in Canada, averaging growth of 4.2 per cent per year (or approximately 18,000 new residents per year). Brampton has a successful, diversified economy and is home to more than 8,000 businesses, 153,000 workers, with an economic base comprised of a services-producing sector of 72 percent and a goods-producing sector of 28 percent. At 34.7 years, Brampton has the lowest median age among Canada’s largest cities. Brampton’s demographic profile includes more than 175 distinct ethnic backgrounds speaking more than 70 different languages. This young, educated, and multicultural workforce of 153,000 strong continues to grow at a rate of 6.6 per cent annually. Brampton, a well-planned city with a rich history and cultural heritage, offers an unparalleled quality of life with access to excellent health care, education, transit, recreation, and arts and culture opportunities that are second-to-none.

City of Markham

The delegation from the City of Markham will be led by Mayor Frank Scarpitti. Mayor Scarpitti has established a vision for Markham as “Silicon Valley North,” focused on its information-technology sector, its large Indian community with low-cost and high-standard of living. The townships recent “Markham 2020: Economic Competitiveness Strategy” highlights ‘Information and Communications Technology’ and ‘Life Science Convergence’ as one of its top four priorities. This strategy looks to attract investment to Markham’s biomechanics and ICT sectors, develop linkages with foreign states with highlevels of ICT expertise (such as India), and identify areas for commercializing Canadian innovation. The city’s collaboration with the ICCC builds on the township’s commitment to engaging India, including its past participation in PBD Jaipur, the IIFA awards and the Indian Institute of Technology Alumni Canada. Statistics Canada in 2006 shows that Markham had the highest proportion of visible minorities in the country- they made up to 65.4 % of its population. About one quarter was South Asians.

Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council, (GJEPC) India

Set-up in 1966, the GJEPC has over the years effectively moulded the scattered efforts of individual exporters to make the gem and jewellery sector a powerful engine driving India’s export-led growth. With strength of 6,500 members’ spread all over the country, the Council is primarily involved in introducing the Indian gem & jewellery products to the international market and promotes their exports. To achieve this, the Council provides market information to its members regarding foreign trade inquiries, trade and tariff regulations, rates of import duties, and information about jewellery fairs and exhibitions.

Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI)

Established in 1927, FICCI is the largest and oldest apex business organization in India. Its history is closely interwoven with India’s struggle for independence, its industrialization, and its emergence as one of the most rapidly growing global economies. FICCI has contributed to this historical process by encouraging debate, articulating the private sector’s views and influencing policy. A non-government, not-for-profit organization, FICCI is the voice of India’s business and industry.

Federation of Karnataka Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FKCCI)

The erstwhile Mysore Chamber of Commerce, the precursor of the Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce & Industry, was established on May 8, 1916, in Bangalore. Sir M. Visvesvaraya, who conceived it in 1915, called it a means to broaden the outlook of the merchants in areas that will be affecting them and also the economy of the state. It would also afford them an opportunity of personal service and jointly deliberation and action concerning the larger issues pertaining to Industry, Trade and Commerce.

Gujarat Chamber of Commerce & Industry (GCCI)

Founded in 1949, the Gujarat Chamber of Commerce & Industry (GCCI) works to create and sustain an environment conducive to the growth of industry and trade in Gujarat. With 2800 direct members, which include over 160 Trade and Industry associations and leading Chambers of Commerce of the State. In its efforts to promote economic growth of the country and the state, Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry has, over the years, initiated several focused and meaningful dialogues covering various micro and macroeconomic aspects of development.

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All India Association of Industries (AIAI)

All India Association of Industries (AIAI) was established in 1956, to serve as an organization to represent India’s commercial capital in its liaison with government, other businesses and in international trade. Since then, the AIAI has a direct membership of 1400 companies and indirect membership of 30,000 companies through its affiliations with various global trade bodies. In particular, 70 per cent of this membership is in the SME sector.

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The Confederation of Indian Industry is one of India’s most influential and representative business organizations. Its membership represents a large-span of the Indian economic sector, including large multinational corporations, national industry and SMEs and it has a close relationship with key government Ministries in an advocacy, policy-development and advisory capacity. Its current mandate focuses on “Business for Livelihood,” which looks to marry business ventures with grassroots development and growth.

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Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC)

Established in 1994, the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber is an India-based business organization with a mandate to improve trade and bilateral relations between India and Canada. It has chapters in major business cities in India, including Delhi, Ahmedabad, and Mumbai. As an ICCC partner in India, the ICBC has been working tirelessly towards creating an itinerary for this business mission with both logistical and substantive support. President Ritika Modi and ICBC COO Nadira Hamid will be hosting this business delegation on behalf of the Chamber.

Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC)

Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) - the Government agency for industrial and investment promotion in Kerala was formed in 1961 with the objective of promoting, stimulating, financing and facilitating the development of large and medium scale industries in Kerala, KSIDC acts as a promotional agency involved in catalyzing the development of physical and social infrastructure required for constant growth of industry in the State.

National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM)

Headquartered in New Delhi, NASSCOM is a global trade body focused on the development of IT products, brand equity, global joint ventures, strategic and marketing alliances, and investment into the Indian information-technology field. Representing over 1200 companies, NASSCOM has delegates from 250 foreign IT-related companies with a focus on networking these organizations with Indian companies. Its mandate looks to ensure India’s future role in the field of IT-BPO, by enabling industry to tap into emerging opportunity areas within the domestic market in India, and has established strong domestic hubs in India’s high-tech centres such as Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Pune and Kolkata.

National Small Industries Corporation Ltd. (NSIC),

National Small Industries Corporation Ltd. (NSIC) is an ISO 9001-2008 certified Government of India Enterprise under Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). NSIC has been working to fulfill its mission of promoting, aiding and fostering the growth of small industries and industry related micro, small and medium enterprises in the country. Over a period of five decades of transition, growth and development, NSIC has proved its strength within the country and abroad by promoting modernization, up-gradation of technology, quality consciousness, strengthening linkages with large medium enterprises and enhancing exports - projects and products from small enterprises.

Small & Medium Business Development Chamber of India (SME Chamber of India)

Small & Medium Business Development Chamber of India (SME Chamber of India) puts efforts for the development and growth of SMEs. The Chamber has developed key strategies to promote and support the SME sector. The Chamber also gives importance to and encourages SMEs to adopt innovative ideas and concepts for the promotion of their business. The Chamber organizes many Seminars, Conferences, Workshops and Training Programs and other trade promotional activities to educate & create awareness amongst the SMEs.

Visvesvaraya Industrial Trade Centre (VITC), Bengaluru

The Visvesvaraya Industrial Trade Centre is the designated Nodal Agency of the state for promotion of International Trade from Karnataka, registered under the Karnataka Societies Act. It is supervised and regulated by an autonomous body constituted by the Government of Karnataka. VITC has been operational since 1965 under the aegis of Department of Industries & Commerce. VITC is named after Chief architect of modern Karnataka, Bharat Ratna Late Sir M. Visvesvaraya, who was instrumental in the industrialization of the state.

World Trade Centre, (WTC) Mumbai

More than a building or an organization, the World Trade Centre (WTC) brings together business and government agencies involved in international trade, provides essential trade services and stimulates the economy of the region it serves. WTC puts all the services associated with global commerce under one roof and its address gives a business prime and continuous access to resources essential for success in world trade. A World Trade Center in any city is a business shopping center, complementing and supporting the existing services of private and government agencies.

Yash Raj Film (YRF) Studio

YRF Studios (the only privately owned Studio in India) is spearheaded by Yash Chopra – a leading light of the Indian entertainment industry for the last five decades. He celebrates 50 years as a filmmaker in 2011.YRF Studios started out as a film-making company in 1970. In the last four decades it has grown from strength to strength and today has to its credit India’s most enviable film catalogue – some films of which have been the highest grossers in the entertainment business.

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Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU)

Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University has been promoted by Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC) to create a world class University in energy education and research with special focus on the oil and gas sector. The university has further expanded its programs to address the need for trained human resource in the domains of engineering, management and humanities.

YES Bank, India’s new age private sector Bank, is a state-of-the-art high quality, customer-centric, service-driven bank catering to the “Future Businesses of India”. Since its inception in 2004, YES Bank has fructified into a “Full Service Commercial Bank” that has steadily built Corporate and Institutional Banking, Financial Markets, Investment Banking, Corporate Finance, Branch Banking, Business and Transaction Banking, and Wealth Management business lines across India.

PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI)

PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, established in 1905, is a proactive and dynamic multi-State apex organization working at the grass-root level and with strong national and international linkages. The Chamber acts as a catalyst in the promotion of industry, trade and entrepreneurship. PHD Chamber is more than an organization of the business community, as it lives by the chosen motto ‘In Community’s Life & Part of It’ and contributes significantly to socio-economic development.

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Brief Information on Indian Cities to be visited by ICCC led India Mission 2013 Mumbai

Mumbai is India’s largest city (by population) and is the financial and commercial capital of the country as it generates 6.16% of the total GDP. It serves as an economic hub of India, contributing 10% of factory employment, 25% of industrial output, 33% of income tax collections, 60% of customs duty collections, 20% of central excise tax collections, 40% of India’s foreign trade and 4,000 crore (US$728 million) in corporate taxes. Mumbai was ranked seventh in the list of “Top Ten Cities for Billionaires” by Forbes magazine, and first in terms of those billionaires’ average wealth.

Bengaluru (Bangalore)

Bengaluru’s US$9.53 billion economy and with an economic growth of 10.3%, Bengaluru is the second fastest growing major metropolis in India. The Forbes magazine considers the city as one of “The Next Decade’s Fastest-Growing Cities”. Bangalore is called the Silicon Valley of India because it contributed 33% of India’s US$ 26 billion IT exports in 2006–07. Infosys and Wipro, India’s second and fourth largest software companies are headquartered in Bangalore, as are many of the global SEI-CMM Level 5 Companies.

New Delhi

New Delhi is the national capital and second most populous city in India with a population of 16.3 million in 2011. The greater NCR urban, which includes the neighbouring cities of Baghpat, Gurgaon, Sonepat, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Noida, Greater Noida and other nearby towns, has nearly 22.2 million residents. Delhi’s Gross domestic product GDP (at 2004-05 prices), on average, grew by 10.7% between 2007 and 2012, making it one of the fastest growing cities in the region. Key service industries in Delhi are information technology, telecommunications, hotels, banking, media and tourism. Construction, power, health and community services, and real estate are also important to the city’s economy.

Amritsar

It is the spiritual center for the Sikh religion and the administrative headquarters of the Amritsar district in the state of Punjab. It is home to the Golden Temple (PM Harper visited in 2009 visit), the spiritual and cultural center for the Sikh religion. The main commercial activities include tourism, carpets and fabrics, farm produce, handicrafts, service trades, and light engineering. The 2011 Indian census reported the population of the city to be 1,132,761. Amritsar is situated 217 kilometres (135 mi) northwest of state capital Chandigarh and is 32 kilometres (20 mi) east of Lahore, Pakistan and therefore, very close to India’s western border with Pakistan.

Kochi

Kochi is widely referred to as the commercial capital of Kerala. Kochi is one of the fastest-growing second-tier metro cities in India. It contributes 14.47%, of the state’s GDP. Construction and manufacturing combined contributes 37%, and trade, tourism and hospitality together provides another 20%. Major business sectors include construction, manufacturing, shipbuilding, transportation/shipping, seafood and spices exports, chemical industries, information technology (IT), tourism, health services, and banking.

Ahmedabad

The gross domestic product of Ahmedabad was estimated at $59 billion in 2010. The city is the largest supplier of denim, gemstones and jewellery in India. The automobile industry is also important to the city; after Tata’s Nano project, Ford and Suzuki are planning to establish plants near Ahmedabad while the ground breaking ceremony for Peugeot has already been performed. A NASSCOM survey in 2002 on the “Super Nine Indian Destinations” for IT-enabled services ranked Ahmedabad fifth among the top nine most competitive cities in the country. The city’s educational and industrial institutions have attracted students and young skilled workers from the rest of India.

Gandhinagar

Gandhinagar, Gujarat’s new capital has emerged as one of the fastest growing regions in the country. In addition to housing it is one of the largest manufacturing bases in India, Gujarat also accounts for a disproportionately large share of the investor and entrepreneurial population in the country. Recognizing the potential of the state as a centre for the financial services industry, the government of Gujarat formulated Gujarat International Finance Tec-City Company Limited (GIFT) as a mega project to realize this vision. GIFT is conceptualized as a global financial and IT services hub.

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List of Hotels for India Mission 2013

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Mumbai

Taj President

90 Cuffe Parade Mumbai - 400 005 Maharashtra, India

+91 2266650808

+91 2266650303

vivanta.president@ tajhotels.com

Bengaluru

Le Meridian

28, Sankey Road, P.B No. 174, Seshadripuram, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

+91 08022262233

+91 08022267676

leme.bangalore@ lemeridien.com

Kochi

The Crown Plaza

XI/641A Kundanoor Junction, NH-47 Bypass, Maradu PO Ernakulam, Kerala 682304, India 0484 2865000

+91 4842865000

+91 4842865111

reservations. crowneplazakochi@ihg. com

Ahmadabad

Fortune Land Mark

Ashram Rd, Usman Pura Ahmadabad, Gujarat 380013, India

+91 79 3988 4444

91-79-30014445

contactus@fortunehotels.in

New Delhi

Taj Mahal

1 Mansingh Road New Delhi - 110 011 India

+91 11 23026162

+91 11 23026070

mahal.delhi@tajhotels.com

Amritsar

Radisson Blu

Airport Road Amritsar 143001 Punjab, IN

+91 183 66 111 11

+91 183 66 111 22

ados@rdamritsar.com

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