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Bengali Association of Singapore MILON 2013

OCTOBER 2013

this issue a magazine for the bengali community in singapore

special feature

qTHE MILON INTERVIEWS 12 q Secondary feature 17 q CULINARY SKILLS 33 qLITERARY SHOWCASE 67

Singapore has been celebrating Durga Puja for more than half a century. A look at the Pujas over the years.

the milon team meets with some eminent bengalis, young and old, who can be an inspiration for the society

the milon interviews

society science photography business photography design art fashion lifestyle health cuisine dance theatre


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featured 07 Pujas in Singapore - 55 years 12 Secondary Article 15 Product Review 22 Interview 33 Design Critique 36 Fashion 42 Technology 56 Awards

32 regular From the Editor 03 Rabindra Nazrul 2013 05 Shopfront 17 QandA 23 Innovations 07 Research & Development 07 Portfolio 07


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R.N. (Robin) Banerjee 1926-2013

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I lost my father on 16 February 2013 and given my parents’ long association with Singapore and the Bengali Association dating back to 1970 I have written a summary of my father’s remarkable life for his many friends and well wishers. My father was born in Kolkata on 15 August 1926.His early childhood was rich in diversity and experience as my grand-father, K.N. Banerjee, was a senior officer in the Indian Railways and moved around different towns in Eastern India. My father was the eldest in a family of eight and one of his most memorable experiences as a child was the great earthquake in Jamalpur which he experienced with his beloved aunt, Pishima, and two of his younger siblings, Minoo and Dilip. Khoka to his parents, he was a brilliant student with a keen intellect and enquiring mind. After completing his BSc at the age of 18 from Lucknow University, he graduated as a civil engineer from Bengal Engineering College with a high distinction. He won a scholarship to study and work in England and qualified as a Chartered Engineer. Before leaving for London he married Shanti (Sunanda) Mukherjee, daughter of Uma Prasanna Mukherjee of Suri. Their’s was a unique partnership of mutual love and interdependence that spanned over 63 years. They were each other’s best friends and companions through thick and thin and their lives were truly intertwined. My father had a distinguished and successful career starting with Gammon India, where he rose to be Chief Engineer and a member of the company’s Board of Directors. In the early sixties he won a Colombo plan Scholarship to Canada for specialist training. While still in Gammon, he forged a special relationship with a Canadian Consulting company, C D Howe, and its India representative Steve

Roessler. Howe possessed special know how for construction of deep sea ports and helped Gammon win and execute large contracts such as the port in Marmagoa and the iron ore project in Kudremukh to name just a couple. 1970 was an inflection point in my father’s career when he took the bold step of moving to Singapore to join Gammon South-East Asia. Among the first Indian expatriates in Singapore, he served as Secretary and then President of The Bengali Association of Singapore. Together with my mother, who was active in cultural events, our house in Malcolm Road hosted many get-togethers and rehearsals for the Association. My parents’ many friends in the Bengali community remember those “ good ole days “ with great fondness. After Gammon was acquired by Bovis in 1973, my father left to help Howe international set up Howe South East Asia and became its first Managing Director. The next two decades were a golden period in my father’s career even though he had already turned 50. In 1975 he moved to Kuwait to become the CEO of a newly formed Joint Venture contracting company between Howe and WJ Towell, an established Kuwaiti Trading and Agency Company. He spent well over a decade in Kuwait and managed large projects in Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Even though my parents moved to Kuwait in 1975 they continued to maintain close ties with their many friends in Singapore. When Basabi and I chose to make Singapore our home in 1982 my parents renewed their ties with Singapore to spend time with us and our two children Ishani and Rishi Raj. By this time though my father was already in his sixties, retirement was far from his mind and in 1990 at the age of 64 he decided to join his old friend and colleague, Steve Roessler, in Canada. The next four years saw my parents set up home in Ottawa with my father

working as special adviser to Steve Roessler, who by then was Chairman of CD Howe International. For my parents their four years in Canada was their “ Indian Summer “. They set up home from scratch and made new friends as they embarked on a journey of self-discovery in their silver years. Ultimately the distance from Kolkata and Singapore and the cold Canadian winters were instrumental in them moving back to Kolkata to stay in the beautiful house they had built in Salt Lake. My parents’ zest for life remained unabated as they spent the next ten years travelling the globe from Alaska to Peru to New Zealand to China. But it would be remiss of me not to talk about one important aspect of my father’s character: his generosity. He touched the lives of many both within and outside our extended family. Whether it was financial assistance, or mentoring and guidance to family members, colleagues or friends, he was truly generous never seeking anything in return. The fact that he had a positive impact and influence on many lives over many years was clear to me when I received the many calls, letters, messages and visits after his passing. In his later years he made significant financial contributions to his old alma mater now known as Bengal Engineering and Science University (BESU) and a number of medical institutions in India. In fact one regret that we in the family have is that my father was not able to receive a special Distinguished Alumni award from the President of India at the BESU convocation in January this year. Age and ill health had finally caught up, and my father made his final trip to Singapore in 2010. The last two years were a struggle, as one ailment after another plagued him. But he was forever the optimist and fought bravely to the end with a smile on his face and the refrain, “I am fine!”


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Life Positive

BY ANANYA MUKHERJEE

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ishima, in reality is actually not my aunt. She’s my Dad’s favourite aunt, my grandfather’s youngest sister. Married when she was barely eleven to a man twice her age, five miscarriages by the time she was eighteen, abandoned at twenty and widowed at twenty six, her life would have read like a melancholic elegy, if Pishima were not the kind of person that she was. Despite destiny’s cruel tribulations, Pishima was always warm, affectionate and smiling.

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grew up visiting her ancestral home during every vacation, eating home-made sweet coconut balls (naaru) out of her hands, tugging along her as she supervised the mango and lychee orchards, sitting with her to dry mango pickles out in the sun, listening to her melodious kirtans as she prayed every evening to a thousand and one deities in the family prayer room, waiting for the five little nakuldana prasad out of a little silver bowl, loving the smell of the rose petal zarda in her mouth, and hearing bed time stories from her past life before falling asleep on her huge four-poster bed. In short, I was in awe of her little frame and her timeless beauty in her simple white cotton sarees that was further highlighted by her heart warming smile and loving gestures. To me, as a kid, everything about Pishima was perfect, except for her Hindi.

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umors of her horrendous experiences with the national language reached far and wide across the family tree. Otherwise diabetic, when it came to communicating in Hindi, Pishima would always have a Rasogulla or maybe two in her mouth, the joke ran. Directly translating her thoughts from Bangla

to Hindi, she was said to drop an extra “o” between all her words, making it sound like a poor imitation of Ashit Sen (from reel life) in real life. Her sense of gender was another thing. Thoroughly confused how a chair could be a feminine and why a tree should be a masculine gender, Pishima had given up on all such discriminatory grammar and had decided to follow a single uniformity; everything was a feminine gender. In hindsight, I see its deeper embedded significance—women’s liberation. For those from the genre of bra-burning, or the much more “liberated” sorts who refute words such as “chhelebela” and substitute their childhood with “meyebela” Pishima’s solution to the predicament with genders in Hindi could

‘‘It takes a lot of courage to offer that comic relief, be able to overlook the pains and sorrows and laugh at life’’ have been an inspiration incognito!

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ishima, of course, never acknowledged her lack of understanding or delivery of the “Hindustaani der bhasha”. Any argument to convince her that she too was a part of a larger scheme of identity called “Hindustan” was dismissed immediately. Instead of rambling about Pishima’s unidentifiable acumen over Hindi or the granular clarity of her own


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nationality, let me share a few snippets from Pishima’s life, and some instances in particular.

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ishima, since single and childless was often summoned for support by her extended family across the country in dire situations, especially in times of birth, marriages and death. Once, one of my Dad’s cousins in Gorakhpur was to deliver a child. Pishima came to the rescue of her nervous newly-wed young niece and volunteered to play “guardian angel”. An evening, close to the date of delivery, Pishima was said to have stayed alone at home with the “very pregnant niece” and an equally “anytime-now” expecting cow in the backyard. The three females (women and beast) were under the guard of the watchman, Ram Singh. Around midnight, the lady felt her first contractions; around the same time, the beast went into labour too. After juggling for a while between her needs to tend her niece and the cow, Pishima finally decided to opt for the lady and left the beast in the safe hands of Ram Singh. Animal activists wouldn’t have definitely appreciated Pishima’s act I am sure, but then that’s a different issue we can debate on yet another day! So, Pishima went up to nurse the lady and stayed in the house while Ram Singh tended to the suffering beast. After a while, a completely sweat soaked smiling Ram Singh came up to the portico and told Pishima that the cow had delivered a calf.

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onsidering it as an auspicious sign, Pishima was ecstatic. “What is it, a ladka or a ladki?” she shouted back in her broken Hindi. The question left Ram Singh bewildered. How could a beast deliver a boy or a girl? His quick reply was “Maaji, bachhra hua” (It’s a calf ). Pishima tried her vocabulary again, “Ta to

bujhlam, aadmi ki aurat?” Poor Ram Singh got further flustered. Was the old woman nuts? “Bacchra” he retorted now. Pishima must have got frustrated by then for she yelled, “Mukhhpora, tum hua ki hum hua?” At this, Ram Singh, who was generally known to be a quiet old loyal servant smiled from ear to ear. Pointing a finger at Pishima, he answered with the biggest grin anyone had ever seen, “Maaji, aap hua!”

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nd there was yet another thing! For all statements, past, present or future, Pishima used an exclamatory “hai” (meaning “it is”)! Sometimes, her sentences would start well in Hindi, meander a bit into Bangla, thump back to a language that was neither Bangla nor Hindi but somewhere in between, and finally end with a “hai” , always accompanied by a sigh of great relief and a smile at its completion.

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ust as she would happily connect all the world, animate, inanimate, living or dead, history or present to Bengal. My mother recalls an instance where Pishima came to visit us in a little town by the Wainganga river in Maharashtra, India. Away from the hustle bustle of urban living, this little township was blessed with a generous neighbourhood of fishermen at the outskirts. Local fishermen would ferry around the township in the mornings with wicker baskets full of fresh water prawns. In the local language, they called it Jhinga. Once, when my mother was busy in the shower, Pishima, the austere bong Bramhin widow, invited one of these villagers home...”Aye to baba, roj jhinga jhinga chechash. Aaj ektu jhinge posto kore bouma ke khawabo.” My mother came out of the washroom to find a pandemonium in the bungalow verandah as


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I Pishima went berserk...”Shorbonash koreche, hottochara amake ei boyeshe ekhon amish khawabi? Byata murkho, chingri maach ko tum jhinge keno bolta?”

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aving said that, Pishima was one person who could justify all her countless antics by that signature smile of hers and an explanatory note so honest and innocent that no one would think of charging her against anything ever again. To give you another sneak peek into her admirable spirit, here’s a story.

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ishima was again summoned by another dying relative whose son had to urgently go on a business tour to the US for a fortnight. Pishima agreed to go to Mumbai to take responsibility and represent the family support system. Just before leaving, the grateful nephew told Pishima, in his absence, she could contact his colleague Mr Godrej, who lived in the same complex, should there be a need for it. Pishima nodded in consent. Fortunately, nothing happened; but after a fortnight, when her nephew returned, Pishima complained, “I don’t like your colleague. He has no respect for senior citizens.” Coming from Pishima who hardly criticized anyone, this was a surprise for her nephew. Godrej must have really misbehaved, he thought and queried, “What happened?” “Oh, nothing much! The other day, I saw him at the elevator and called his name ‘Voltas, Voltas….stupid boy, didn’t even acknowledge.” Her nephew broke into a mad laughter. “He is Godrej, not Voltas, Pishima. How would the poor chap know you were calling him?” “It’s one and the same thing. Both are refrigerator names,” she replied in strong defence.

could go on and on about her. Pishima just celebrated her 93rd birthday. I met her at a family wedding in India some years back. Dressed in her starched white linen and still smelling of the rose zarda, she was making sweet coconut rolls and sharing stories about her innumerable comic acts with her great grand children. Her toothless grin accentuated the positivism of her being, her relentless effort to live life to its full, no matter what destiny had in store. It takes a lot of courage to offer that comic relief, be able to overlook the pains and sorrows and laugh at life, and most of all at ourselves. God bless, Pishima!

Ananya Mukherjee, member of BAS and former editor of HRM Asia, is an acclaimed writer with more than 1000 publications to her credit. Her journalistic acumen in print and television covers a whole gamut of subjects including politics, lifestyle and business. She is a passionate writer, avid reader, blogger, theatre artiste and trained dancer. Ananya currently spearheads Internal Communications in a multinational company.


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Samir Kumar Datta Samir Datta (affectionately known as Samir-da to most of the older members of Bengali Association of Singapore) passed away peacefully in Kolkata on 5th August 2013. Samir-da was born in Calcutta in August 1930 and raised in that city. However Indian independence, an event he and many others had been awaiting most eagerly, also brought trauma to many in Calcutta, with his family home among those properties which were destroyed during the chaos. Consequently, he left India in 1953 with little to his name except a mission to study and secure a job in the UK. He subsequently secured his Engineering qualifications and joined a British electrical company known as Revo. Revo (which after several mergers eventually became a part of the GE group of the US) recognised that the rapidly changing political scene in Asia brought about by recently independent countries, would mean enhanced business opportunities for them. When they asked Samir-da to be the first Far East Manager (later Director) for the company in 1959, stationed in Singapore, he jumped at the chance, as he was eager for a new challenge and did not wish to live permanently in the UK.


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1930-2013 Moving to Singapore (with a brief stop in Calcutta en route) was highly exciting, not only because he lived through many of the key events in Singapore’s modern history, but especially because he met his future wife, Meera (a second generation Singaporean Bengali) shortly after his arrival. With the consent of the families, they were married in March 1960 in Calcutta. His pioneering position as an expatriate of Asian origin representing a British multinational meant that he had unique opportunities and exposure through both business and social circles. This included him being a former Secretary for the UK Manufacturers’ Organisation in Singapore and a Past President for his Rotary Club. Additionally, he had an avid lifelong interest in bridge, achieving a global Grandmaster ranking and representing Singapore on many occasions in Asian and World Olympiad bridge tournaments. However, he never forgot his roots and remained committed, interested and involved with all the activities of the Bengali Association of Singapore. Perhaps his most significant contribution was in 1979 when, together with a group of senior members of the Singapore Bengali community, he initiated and served in the organising committee of the inaugural Durga Puja in Singapore, involved

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in key activities such as the transport of the Pratima and the entertainment at the function. The Puja was a huge success and has been repeated every year since. It was truly a dream come true for many of the older generation Singapore Bengali families at that time, especially because many of those born outside India (including his own wife, Meera, and son, Sanjoy) had never even had the opportunity to attend a Puja – something which would be inconceivable for Bengalis living in Singapore today. His one great sadness was Meera’s early passing away in 1996, at a relatively young age. With his son and daughterin-law, Sanjoy & Richa, he did later find much joy in his 3 grandchildren, Disha, Srijan & Nishtha. Although in recent years he spent most of his time in India, and later Belgium, where Sanjoy is currently based, he still held Singapore and all his friends there very close to his heart. Samir-da, like many in his generation, provided a rapidly disappearing link to the “old Singapore”. His vivacious, outgoing, eloquent and humorous presence, helpful nature and generosity for those in need will be remembered and missed by many but, as he would be the first to say, Samir-da enjoyed a full innings and was a happy, contented man when he passed away.


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iss Thaegon, the teacher who taught us Math in third grade, was fondly remembered as ‘Mrs. Hitler’. The name was a perfect match to her personality. She was an absolute tyrant, who enjoyed pinpointing our slightest mistakes, sometimes even when we did not commit any. We soon came to a

for doing something so absolutely wrong. We were little children who deserved her tender, loving care. All we got though, was nothing but an earful and a mouthful.

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eo, one day, was seated at his place, looking crest-fallen. In between

classroom. She was going to do what she was best at doing- screech, when, another student stood up to face her. Soon, everyone in the class pushed their chairs back and at the top of our voices in unison, we told her that she was a failure. Taken aback by this unity, she tripped as she inched backwards to

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unanimous conclusion that she derived immense pleasure from punishing us severely, in ways that were unthinkable to us.

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n one instance, Jasmine was made to kneel on her knees and clean the four walls of the classroom using her handkerchief and soap water till the walls sparkled according to ‘Mrs. Hitler’s’ standard. All this was because she had forgotten to put an equal sign in the equation? Preposterous, is it not?

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er next target was Leo, a short, scrawny boy. He could almost be classified as a ‘weakling’ who cowered the moment she stepped into the class. ‘Mrs. Hitler’ could smell his fear, and this gave her extreme delight as she loved to see a boy fearful of her very presence. It was not that Leo was scatterbrained; he was an intelligent boy, who knew the answers to every Math problem. When ‘Mrs. Hitler’s’ screeching voice rang in the classroom, his mind would instantly go blank. He would stammer, mutter, perspire and finally become speechless. As his friend, I wished every single day that I could help him stand up to this tyrannical woman and reprimand her

sobs, he shared that his mother had been taken to the hospital and he was extremely worried about her. An hour later, it was Math lesson. This time, Leo decided to face up to ‘Mrs. Hitler’, who was obviously rather displeased at this. In response, she posed the most difficult Math question to Leo. With a look of disbelief and her mouth-agape, we were all convinced that Leo’s answer was right.

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rrrroooong!” Today, you will be punished in the most unimaginable way!” he pounded her fists on the table. For the first time in her class, I saw Leo burst into tears. It was insufficient to gain her sympathy.

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his was it-the last straw. I had to tell her my innermost feelings. It was now or never.

Mrs. Thaegon, as a teacher, you have failed-you have failed in treating us like humans; you have failed in showing empathy for them or in fact any one of us seated here! You are nothing but a failure!”

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s soon as I finished my sentence, there was a hushed silence in the

pick up her things and left the room in a hurry.

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alf an hour later, our Principal stepped into the class. He looked as if he were about to reprimand us for this act of rebellion against our Math teacher. This did not stop me or my fellow classmates from pouring out our grievances against her, one by one.

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week later, a pleasant looking young lady strode in and greeted us with a smile we longed to see. I heard Mrs. Thaegon had been fired. Nothing could describe our joy at that moment, and especially mine, as I was to be remembered fondly in the years to come as the ‘Warrior Princess’, for making the first move to stand up against the tyrannical Mrs. Thaegon.


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My Creative Culinary Skills

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nlike any other fourteen-yearold Asian girl, who might still be living with her parents, I stayed on my own in a condominium in Singapore. My parents always told me that I had an ingenious mind which would enable me to cruise through the most difficult of situations. This was why they had allowed me to come over to a foreign land all alone for my further studies. Nevertheless, living on my own was no simple chore. There were myriad of menial chores to do like cleaning the house, cooking meals edible for human consumption and still having the energy to attend classes. These various chores that I had to manage alone, soon took a toll on me. Maybe I was not such a gifted individual after all. Or so I thought. Uncle Siddharth and Aunt Rajhni were my guardians when my parents left for Qatar. Aunt Rajhni would call me daily to see if I were fine. I would be invited to their house for meals every weekend. I feIt it was time for me now to do something to show my gratitude for their love.

on Saturday to start preparing for the lunch. Waiting for the numerous spices to be fried till a golden brown could take hours. The familiar ring of my mobile phone interrupted my ‘dreams’. “ Uncle and I will be there around noon as mentioned.” Aunt Rajhni? What time is it? My mind was inundated with fretful thoughts and for a moment, I believed I was seeing stars. My worst fear came true when I caught sight of the alarm clock beside me- NO! With only an hour and a half left, the menu I so proudly wanted to set out for them, was a real feat. I had to live up to my parents’ expectations of their only daughter being a genius. For starters, I sautéed the onions, garlic and ginger as ingredients for Campbell’s vegetable soup. Diced baby corn and seasoning was for taste.

The Pizza Hut brochure lying on my dining table sparked a thought in my mind. I could ask them for a change for a sumptuous Indian meal. I would whip up with my very own hands. Surely, my mother’s tutelage for the past year on Bengali food could not come to a naught!

Pasta was my favourite but it had to have a tinge of Indian flavor. I remembered there were some frozen chicken nuggets in the refrigerator. Truly, in desperation I was really quickwitted. Quickly, I fished them out and placed them into the microwave for one minute to make them a little softer. I wanted to chop them into tiny pieces and add curry paste. With little diced tomatoes and baby carrots added, my ‘creation’ was ready. I had to admit it tasted quite delicious.

“ Uncle and Aunt, see you this Saturday for lunch!”

What is an Indian meal without dessert? The packet of jelly mixture

Nothing could stop a wide smile from lighting up my face. A wave of relief swept over me. Indeed, returning a favour could make your heart feel so much lighter. All I had to do was to get up early

Koyena Pal stared at me for the next two minutes. How could I use it? Yes, peaches ! I mixed them together and tucked the mixture into the freezer to set it fast. Working at the speed of lightning, I had twenty more minutes to ensure that my kitchen looked spick and span, and I smelt sweet and fresh. ‘Ding Dong!’ Nervously, I opened the door to let them in. I held my breath when Uncle took a sip of the soup. He smiled lovingly and I knew at once, it was delicious. Aunt added on that the aroma of pasta was mouth-watering. It was nothing like she had ever tasted before. By the time the jelly was served, my confidence reached sky-high. Indeed, it remained upbeat because their broad smiles reflected how satiated they were. ‘Your mother has taught you well!’ remarked Uncle and Aunty as they bade me goodbye. The first thing I did after they left was to collapse on my bed. There was a sense of achievement I felt though. Maybe I was really creative as my parents believed. I was relieved I had not let them down.

KOYENA ON KOYENA I am 14 years old,studying in class 9 in GIIS. Well...I am a dancer, debater, tennis player and pianist. I have received several awards like GSF President’s award, Justice C.S Dharmadhikari award, Mr Chandu Borde award, Dr.A.P.J Abdul Kalam award, Royal Commonwealth award,etc.


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THE STARS ARE WATCHING US “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds” J.Robert Oppenheiner

The ‘Father of the Atomic Bomb’, J. Robert Oppenheimer, said the exact words above when the first atomic bomb was tested on the 16th of July, 1945, in New Mexico. It is widely known that he quoted these exact words from chapter 11 verse 32 of the Bhagvad Gita. Now why would he do that? Well it is quite possible that he really believed in many of the descriptions given in ancient Indian texts. Some of these descriptions give us a very clear insight into the technology possessed by our ancestors: “A single projectile charged with all the power of the universe. An incandescent column of smoke and flame as bright as the thousand suns rose in its entire splendor. The cloud of smoke rising after its explosion formed into expanding round circles like the opening of giant parasols. It was an unknown weapon……… a gigantic messenger of death, which reduced to ashes the entire race of ……….. The corpses were so burned as to be unrecognizable. The hair and nails fell out……….. the birds turned white. After a few hours all foodstuffs were infected…………”- Mahabharata The description of a weapon as abhorrent as the one given above was completely unimaginable until the culmination of World War II at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. How could the ancients have known about how a nuclear explosion looks like and what the after effects were unless they actually possessed such weapons??! The fact that Oppenheimer really believed in the existence of nuclear weapons during the time of Mahabharata was hinted quite strongly

by him when while giving a lecture at Rochester University, a student asked him whether the bomb that had been exploded at New Mexico was the first such bomb to be detonated??!! Oppenheimer replied with this intriguing answer: “Well — yes. In modern times, of course.” Many people believe that in the reply given above, he was referring to the detonation of the Bramhastra weapon during the Mahabharata as the first such explosion of a nuclear weapon initiated by Man. Adding even more evidence to the ancient nuclear weapons theory is the fact that several years ago a heavy layer of radioactive ash covering an area of 3 square miles was found 10 miles west of Jodhpur in Rajasthan. For a long time very high rates of birth defects and cancer had been observed in this region. This led to the


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BY ARNAB GOSWAMI unearthing of an ancient city and subsequent evidence led scientists to believe that an atomic blast had occurred about 8000 years ago. It has even been estimated that the weapon dropped had been about the size of the ones dropped on Japan in 1945!!! The mystery doesn’t just end with nuclear weapons. Not many people know that in 1903 Bal Gangadhar Tilak published a book titled, “The Arctic Home in the Vedas”. This book proposed the theory along with quite a lot of evidence that the North Pole was the original home of the Aryans during the time before the last Ice Age ended. During this time, Asia and Africa were only a group of islands and ironically a warm climate prevailed in the Arctic then. When the Ice Age ended, it led to a great flooding due to the melting of all the ice and as a result the Aryans migrated to parts of Northern Europe and Asia in search of new settlements. Could it be then that the flooding of Amravati, the City of the Gods, due to the melting of the ice inspired the legend of Atlantis??!! Let me give you even more food for thought. Could the Rakshasas have actually been the

result of a genetic engineering experiment by the Gods (or the Devas!!) gone wrong?? Could this be the reason why the Aryans had to constantly fight these genetically enhanced super humans who went rogue and also why the Gods helped them in these wars by giving them nuclear weapons and advanced flight technologies?? Could the Pushpak Vimana have actually been such technology??!! What about the Gods Themselves?? Could it be that they were, as ancient Indian texts suggest, really from other worlds or alien planets??!! How could they have possibly made such a strong impression in our minds that our racial memories just cannot forget them?? The fact that we revere them till this day by building shrines to worship them tells me that only a power unimaginably superior to man could have made such an impression. This brings to my mind something which Arthur C Clarke once said: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” Could it be that the Gods were actually members of a highly advanced race who interacted with our kind in the distant past??!! Could it be that their Godlike powers were in fact nothing but applications of their highly advanced technology?? How can we possibly know who they were or where they came from or how many of them existed??!! That last question about the number of such beings brings to my mind a very startling and intriguing fact: The total number of Gods in Hinduism is believed to be 330 million!!! To me, a number as huge as 330 million sounds like the population of an entire civilisation!! How could this number even have been arrived at?? Could it be that the interaction between the Gods and our kind had been much greater than we can possibly imagine?? Could the Gods themselves have actually handed out to us their Census?!! Could it be that all our ancient texts are actually an account of a long period of contact between two races of the Universe at vastly different stages of the technological ladder??!! Could it be that the Gods still reside in our Universe and will come back for us one day?? What do you think??!! I for one believe that The Stars Are Watching Us!!!

Arnab is a member of BAS since 2006. He is presently doing BE 3rd Year in FOOD AND BIO-CHEMICAL ENGINEERING with JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY KOLKATA.


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witching to an Indian news channel, in recent times, yields only 2 results – politics with the BJP mudslinging the Congress party (and vice – versa) and harassment of women. It is unbelievable how the Indian media fails to rise above and look for snippets of news from ‘bidesh’. No, I’m not saying that harassment of women should be taken lightly, but, the continuous flashing of such news with blurred pictures of victims coupled with Mr. Arnab Goswami shouting at the top of his voice, ‘the nation wants to know’, not only expunges the significance of the news item, it also brings it down to the level of any common ‘item number’ from a recent film. It’s hard to believe that the website of Mr. Goswami’s channel describes the ‘Munni – Sheila’ sisterhood as an ‘exultant cry of … femme fatales … celebrat(ing) woman power’, while the 48.37% sisterhood of the mango people (aam aadmi) are rarely granted/ gifted an occasion to do so.

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hile the above may seem to be a pointless rant about the state of Indian media it actually proposes a reason for the lack of change in the Indian state of affairs. No one seems to bother enough with anything, anymore. Yes, it’s a harsh statement and no, I’m not the sort of person who constantly complains about how ‘backward’ India is, in fact, quite the contrary; I’m fiercely supportive of anything India does! Yet, my support for all things Indian instantly flounders on hearing such news. A land, which once upon a time was famous for its hospitable people, is now being looked down upon because of the actions of a few… Simple and embarrassing example that came up on NUS confessions a few months

back (forewarning, the language used is that of the confessor and hence, may be inappropriate for children): “Yesterday was the last lecture for SC1101E. The professor had shown us some pieces of paper where her students had to use 1 word to describe certain groups of people in society. These groups included gays, lesbians, Chinese, Malays and Indians. What left me completely shocked was that one of the students described Indians as rapists. How sheltered have we become? Have the actions of a few really impacted our perspective to such an extent? Yes, what those Indian rapists have done was extremely wrong. And in my opinion even death is too lenient a sentence for them. But does that mean that all Indians are rapists? I am not an Indian but I have many Indian friends. When the entire lecture hall was busy laughing at those remarks, how many students looked at the faces of the Indians in the lecture? Have we really become so blinded? NOT ALL INDIANS ARE RAPISTS. RAPISTS EXIST IN ALL VILLAGES, DISTRICTS, STATES AND COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. (Remember the headlines about the ex-president of the IMF that hit us a few months back?) THAT DOES NOT MEAN WE ARE ALL RAPISTS. LOOK AROUND YOU AND STOP BEING BLINDED AND MISLED BY STEREOTYPES. HAVE A MIND OF YOUR OWN AND A SENSE OF CONSCIENCE. TARRING ALL AND SUNDRY WITH THE SAME BRUSH HAS NOT AND WILL NOT GET US FAR.”


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es, the confessor is on our side and believes that one cannot label a community based on the actions of a few but what about the person who described Indians as rapists? As the saying goes, ‘kis kis ka mooh bundh karenge?’ How did it all come to this? Criminals have existed since time immemorial yet the situation seems to be at its worst now. It cannot only be the fault of an inefficient system or the sleeping chowkidaar as most of today’s news channels love to advertise. In ACP Pradyuman’s words – ‘Kuch toh gadbad hai’ (to be read while imagining the right hand Fleming’s rule with a side to side twist). Personally, if I had to point out a reason, I would blame the increasing frustrations of people specially the youth. The unfulfilled dreams of an undergrad who did not obtain a job from the campus interviews, the hassle of looking for jobs, appearing for interviews, anticipating a change in one’s status and the repeated rejections coupled with sky high prices of everything from petrol to potatoes; the people are suffering. And this is only one side of the story. When 1.241 billion people, each with their own problems live together there is bound to be friction.

of helping a neighbour who has been recently robbed, police er jhamela e ke porbe? Or something along those lines. Trying crimes in fast track courts and punishing criminals with capital punishment might be a temporary solution to the problem but will definitely not solve it in the long run. Long term change will only come if people begin to change the way they think, concentrate on the ‘sanskaar’ and principles of respect and togetherness. Equality for and liberalization of women are great ideas but cannot do without a pinch of male chivalry. India needs a messiah to save her reputation and the only solution seems to be us and our thinking…

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TALENT The Bengali community in Singapore has no dearth of talent when it comes to the arts - whether it is paintings or literature. Milon attempts to showcase some of the community’s multifaceted people and their works - both children and adults in the following pages. This section covers the paintings and the English poetic pieces.


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ANAMIKA DUTTA

PREETISH BOSE

I am 5 years old. I love to draw and paint.

Anamika Dutta (Anny). Member, BAS. I am from Bihar. Paintings are part of my life.I want to play with colours.

SANIA DUTTA

SUDESHNA DASGUPTA

Sudeshna Dasgupta has been associated with the wonderful BAS in multifarious ways since 2005. She is a proud home-maker and a visual-arts-guide for little art-friends. A qualified dancer and vocalist, along with her mainstream academics. Visual Arts, Photography and Creative writing being her other streams of immense interest.

KUSHAL DAS

Kushal is 11 years old and studies in P5

MY name is Sania Dutta.I study in Primary 4. I like to draw and paint.

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DEBJANI BASU

Hi I'm Mrs. Debjani Bose and I am a member of the Bengali Association Singapore. I am very passionate about the arts. Some of them include music, Kathak dance and poetry.

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Roopali Banerjee’s adorable kids are undeniably gifted

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Paromita, who is a Biosciences graduate from Carleton College, USA is now pursuing her M.S. / Ph. D. in Neuroscience at the International Max Planck Research School, Germany. She has been dictating poetry in Bengali since she was four years old. She started writing her poems in English from the age of eleven. She is a talented artist and is also keenly interested in dance.

Kakali Basak’s daughter, Soumili has a flair for words as is evident from the poetry contributed by her

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RIDHIMA ROY

Ridhima is 4 years old and her talent with colours is obvious

Hi! I am Soumyaditya Choudhuri, Grade 5 student from UWC. I am 10 years old. My most favourite subjects are Mathematics and Computer Science. Soccer is my passion and Lionel Messi is my idol. I love to shout “VIVA EL BARCA!”

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Kakali Basak’s daughter, Soumili has a flair for words as is evident from the poetry contributed by her

SARTHAK BASAK

OISHANI NANDI

MY name is Sania Dutta.I study in Primary 4. I like to draw and paint.

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Sarthak Basak is 6 years old. He loves computer and mobile phone games. Like to draw his own imagination and have special interest on science related quiz or program.


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This is inspired by the horses of Arjuna"s chariot, on the battlefield. The Lord says "Control your senses, just as the charioteer controls the horses".

SEEING THE BIG PICTURE PAINTINGS BY SAGARIKA SEN


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Watercolor on Paper (2013) SIize 16 X 12 inches

This was my thought for Aug 15th, 2013,.. this is my vision of India... the country of my birth..

"Simple Tale"

Oil on Canvas (2012). Size 24 X 24inches This is the most simple story of life.... the story of a mothers love.


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THE MILON INTERVIEWS ANINDYA SARKAR

The caring, trustworthy and quietly confident Words SANJOY BANERJEE images CHANDANKANA SARKAR

Anindya is the CEO of FinMechanics, a financial technology company that he cofounded six years back. The clients of the company are the capital markets and risk departments of local and regional banks. FinMechanics is a 35 people organisation today, headquartered in Singapore with offices in Mumbai and Kuala Lumpur. Born and brought up in Kolkata, India, In readiness for a night out - with wife, Jhumka Anindya does not have entrepreneurial spirit sustains in the longer term. roots. A graduate from IIT and IIM, Anindya has worked in Kolkata, Mumbai, Seoul and Singapore. Married to Jhumka with two sons Arko and Shome aged 9 and 6 respectively, Anindya Q. What is your support system? lives in Singapore since 2002. A. My family. I think it is an essential component of entrepreneurship – especially if you startup at the age of 36, The motivation and the journey thus far Q. Who have been the biggest influences with two kids. in your life? Q. Who or what keeps the excitement at A. My parents and my Physics teacher in college helped instill the value systems work alive? that define me today. Of course, it would A. My people. I consider myself extremely lucky to be able to be grossly unfair if I do not mention my work every day with an exceptionally wife and in my work life, my co-founders. talented set of individuals. They make me dance to work. Q. How long did it take you to launch FinMechanics? Q. What is your idea of work life A. After six jobs in over twelve years, I finally felt that to find balance? what I was looking for, I had to be on my own. A. Being able to do what I need to when I need to, either in work or outside. To be Q. Are entrepreneurs born or made? honest, work is such a large part of my A. I guess it has to be a bit of both. The eagerness to tread paths life that this concept of balance is pretty uncertain or unknown and intent to make an impact must exist blurred for me. as traits. The strength of the support system ensures that the


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“I consider myself extremely lucky to be able to work every day with an exceptionally talented set of individuals. They make me dance to work.”

Project Norway: On holiday with the family

Q. In that case, how do you unwind? A. Whenever I get time, it is one of books, music, movies, gym and travel.

“We need to hear more but no thinking please – say as you feel!” Q. Tagore or Tarantino? A. Tarantino on a Saturday evening, Tagore the morning after. Q. Marlborough Pinot Noir or Islay Single Malt? A. Single Malt with mutton or biryani, Pinot otherwise. Q. Land of the midnight sun or the Land of the long white cloud? A. Land of the midnight sun – it is rough,

rugged, yet breathtaking! My idea of beauty! Q. Rafael Nadal or Usain Bolt? A. Can we toss a coin?

Closing thoughts......... Q. Any message for budding entrepreneurs? A. No one can take away from you what you have done with your life thus far. So, there is really nothing to lose when you take a new step. Maybe, we make it sound more hazardous and sometimes more glamorous than it actually is. Singapore is a great place to start up. Good luck! A Classic Bengali Family


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ADRIJA MAZUMDAR, 10

A Journey into history

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t was a full moon night. A flotilla was approaching towards a small hilly town located on the west coast of the Malaysian Peninsula. A group of red faced people with beard, guns in their hands landed onshore. They quietly dispersed all over the town. A small group of these foreign mercenaries entered the wooden palace where the Malay Sultanate was about to go to sleep after a long day’s work. The body guards were half asleep. The insurgents ruthlessly killed the guards while making little noise and captured the palace thereafter. Next day morning the town was not the same anymore. The ruling Sultan was defeated and the town

‘‘Malacca has a rich historical and cultural background that has come from previous Portuguese, Dutch and British rule’’

was captured by Portuguese seamen. For the next 150 years, this sleepy town in the west coast of Malaysia was ruled by Portuguese. Over the next 500 years, this hilly coastal town saw the invasion of the Dutch and subsequently the English army. am talking about Malacca city where I had spent a few days during my summer vacation. Visiting Malacca was a unique experience for me as Malacca has a rich historical and cultural background that has come from previous Portuguese, Dutch and British rule. As I was walking through the old part of Malacca city, I could see ruins of a Fort. It was A’ Famosa (a famous) fort, built by Portuguese around 500 years ago to strengthen their military position. However when the British captured Malacca in 1840, they ended up demolishing this fort and reduced its importance. Still as I walked the ramparts, I could hear the sound of cannon fire of pitched battle between Portuguese and Dutch to take over Malacca town.

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to European invasion, their lives during Sultan’s rule and their relationship with Javanese, Indian, Chinese and Arabian traders. alacca holds more European history than any other city in South East Asia. Many years ago, it was one of Malaysia’s most sought-after destinations. For a long period of time, Malacca was a thriving port in South East Asia with confluence of traders from China, India, Arabs and Java. Even today more ships pass through ‘Straits of Malacca’ than any other sea routes in the world. owever over time it has changed from a thriving port into a sleepy backwater city. The city lost its prominence to bigger and modern cities in Malaysia like Kuala Lumpur and Penang. Nonetheless the city still holds its historic charm as I found out during my recent trip. This historical city centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 7 July 2008 due to its many historic attractions. It has been revived as a popular destination for tourists who want to catch a glimpse of Malaysia’s unique heritage.


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Chhoto Pocket BaRo Dhamaka Apologies gentle reader, for naming this article with a title that seems to jump from Bonglish to Hinglish but then it seems to accomplish the task (Kaam sharse !) For a very long time, I have been fascinated by various people who have this unique ability to put in very many, very large things inside miniscule enclosures. Before some of you start jumping to exciting conclusions let me quickly share that I am merely talking about humble pockets and similarly humble, as well as not-so-humble bags. Let us start with the humble ‘book’ pocket that is a standard fitting on any shirt. During World War II days, in efforts to keep costs to a minimum, publishers used to publish books of a size that would fit easily in a pocket. Such books and their publishers have long given up the ghost but the ‘book’ pocket continues its reign! Of course now, we stuff pens, mobiles, name card holders, lighters, cigarette packets, currency notes, a comb or two and other sundries into the book pocket...in other words everything else but a book! Moving downwards to the nether regions, let’s examine a pocket that is a standard accessory for any trouser that has some self-respect i.e. the hip pocket. The word hip has less to do with fashion and more to do with its position on your skeleton. Accessing it means that you have to turn your hands inside out, go behind your own back (!) and then insert or extract articles from the

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aforesaid pockets. It is a convenient place to store mobile phones for any of you wanting to engineer perfectly natural looking cracks and then splurge on the latest. Men’s wallets are reasonably slim because they are allowed to carry very few things around. The generous home minister provides a couple of $ 50 notes from the monthly mashkabari account along with a cheery “and this is all you will get this week”! Other than that, there is the mandatory photograph of the wife and kids, a couple of credit cards, perhaps an EZ link card & the office & home access cards. So you see, slim is king! The side pocket is a larger and more comfortable cousin of the hip pocket and is often privy to that versatile piece of cloth – the men’s handkerchief. Use it as a tissue, a bandage, a sweat pocha or bib, any dude minus his kerchief can hardly be

I am merely talking about humble pockets and similarly humble, as well as not-so-humble bags. hip. Onto a nefarious place – the ‘chor’ pocket. Every tailor worth his salt knows this part very well. It is designed such that a pickpocket can never reach such intimate parts of the trouser and even if he did he would never be able to extract the wad of somewhat sweaty currency notes tucked in there. Many a pyjama seller uses this feature as a USP to hawk his otherwise, plain (pun intended!) wares since most pyjamas lack pockets. The panjabir pocket is a very interesting place. Every bhadrolok worth his machher jhol stuffs his wallet, car keys, house keys, mobile phone, gutka pouch and/or cigarette packet, handkerchief, comb etc. Remember that the panjabi does not have a “book”


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pocket. The panjabir pocket is definitely heavier than the panjabi so much so that with each step of the bhadrolok, the panjabi swings ahead first, thanks to the momentum generated by the weight of the pocket. Here, swing is king although panjabi is unaware (pun certainly intended) of it. And woe betide if the better half hands over some more stuff – ‘eyita ektu rakho to’ – then you may get a hole in one. A child’s school bag is a Machiavellian instrument of pure torture. Cleverly designed to strengthen both the upper and lower back’s core muscles, it can easily carry 15-20 kilos worth of umbrella, laptop/Ipad, water-bottle, gum-bottle, ink-bottle, school tiffin, coaching-class tiffin, bus tiffin, mobile phone, library books, pencil box, wallet and also perhaps a few books. The act of lifting it or lowering it provides reasonable exercise to your biceps/ triceps if any of them happen to be present and carrying it any distance above your IQ will give you reasonable preparation for any endurance race. Men’s laptop bags are very private places. Only a few good men will agree to reveal the innards (of their bags). Inside you will find the usual suspects

such as a laptop, power adapter with umbilical cord, an old mobile charger that does not connect anywhere anymore and a couple of files with a few ‘official-looking’ sheets of paper. Additionally, you may spot a newspaper or a dog-eared magazine, an umbrella, a few USB type cables to connect here and there, fruit and some nuts (the types that grow on trees), some mints and fresheners ( I am not describing why), a perfume bottle to handle dainty meetings full throttle, dry and wet tissues to handle dirty issues, ear plugs and ear phones so that careless whispers can remain quiet, tabs of aspirin & paracetemol (the ‘all occasion’ headache cure-all), antacids (for boss management),sun glasses and a cough drop to feel right on top, some coins and a few currency notes so that the

exchange need not be foreign. Perhaps a writing pad and pen to display some Zen and a Sudoku book to tickle the brain. And now onto a very sensitive subject – Milady’s handbag. Such a hold-all was rarely seen and for stating it many a being has become has-been. If you have ever ‘Coached’ then you can ‘Guess’ that the inside of such a bag can be quite a

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andeep Bhattacharya is a sales & marketing professional who works in the technology field for 25+ years and pretends to be a humorous writer once a year with an article in Milon.

mess. With dozens of compartments, zips and clasps all over the place you just cannot remember any article’s final resting place, so in order for anything to be found you have to open all openings and turn (them) upside down. A lady’s attachment to her bag is legendary, her love of shoes comes in next, pets and sundry family members exist to provide some jest. Simply writing about this subject has been such a severe test, I do not know about you but I wish myself all the best.


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About the author: A resident of Singapore since November 2007, Suhrid is a die-hard Bengali, counting among his principal interests reading, writing, punning, quizzing, music, theatre & compering. When not engaged in these activities, he earns a living working for a renowned footwear brand.


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অিতিথ About Me

RJ ROY একটা েপাষািক নাম থাকেলও, কলকাতার FM Station 94.3 Radio One-এর radio jockey িহেসেব Roy নােমই েপশা-িক পিরিচিত। TV-েতও িকছু show

host কির। 'শবদবািজকর' িহেসেব ওর intention হল সবার েভতের লুিকেয় থাকা 'শব্দবাজ' - েক জািগেয় েতালা।


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Debarati Ghosh, SPR, BAS member since 1994, is from Simla Street, North Kolkata. Studied at Calcutta University & Canada and enjoys writing in Bengali & doing “aabriti”. Other than oil painting on canvas(trained at Lasalle College), first love is still Bengali Literature, particularly Rabindranath & SaratChandra, and discourses on Bhagwad Gita.


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THE TRUE MEANING OF PUJO

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y grandfather once wrote to me asking, “Didimoni, what do you think is the true meaning of Durga Pujo”?

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was a twelve year old schoolgirl in pigtails back then, so all that Pujo meant to me was a combination of dance rehearsals, Rabindrasangeet, endless ‘cha’ and ‘adda’ sessions for adults, meticulously embroidered new frocks, occasionally helping with preparing the ‘prasad’ with one ear intent on catching the local gossip… in short, the normal happenings of a ‘probasi’ Bengali Pujo, aptly portrayed in the bioscope ‘Dadar Kirti’.

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adubhai never got his reply. I could manage no satisfactory response to his simple query.

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fter all these years, as I sat admiring the Goddess in all her beauty and serenity, a

thought crossed my mind. My eyes first fell on Ma Durga and then on the grotesque figure of the “Asura” crouching under her ten-armed effigy and I wondered - Was there really an evil king that Durga set out to slay? Who was “Mahisasura”? Where did he live? Was he really an evil doer, or is he just a manifestation of our ego? Maybe, just maybe…

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ahisasura was a shape-shifter, a creator of illusions. Isn’t that what ego does to us? It takes new form, feeding on our insecurities and creating a false sense of power and happiness. Maybe the Goddess is herself a manifestation of our inner strength, one that has the power to destroy that evil. It all fitted. I was satisfied.

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f my grandfather were listening then this is what I would have said, ‘Durga Pujo is indeed a celebration of good over evil. It is the victory of our inner goddess over our demons. ’ Shashwati Devsharma

শরৎ সকাল িহেমর হাওয়া, আনমেন তাই হািরেয় যাওয়া, কাসফুল আর ঢােকর তােল, িশউিল নােচ ডােল ডােল মা এেসেছ বছর ঘুের, পুেজার হাওয়া জগত জুেড়। !েভ$া সহ অিভিজত ও !পণ$া !ঘাষ


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ব"াংকেক !খালা বারা$ায় আরামেকদারায় অধ#শয়ান হেয় !ৃিত !রাম%ন করিছ। হােত ধূমািয়ত চােয়র কাপ। সামেনর !হােটল ‘ফাচারা !ইটস’-এর পাশ িদেয় সূয$ অ" যাে$। স"#া ঘিনেয় ���সেছ। আর মন চেল যাে$ !দূর অতীেত…। !স অেনক অেনকিদন আেগর কথা। হায়ার !সেক%ডাির পরী$ার পর কলকাতার একিট ভােলা কেলেজ ভিত$ হেয়িছ কপাল%েণ। সে# ভােলা হে#ল। এতিদন বাবার বদিলর চাকিরর সূে$ বাবা-মার সােথ নানা জায়গায় ঘুের ঘুের নানান !ুেল পেড়িছ। এবার বাবা আমােক এই হে#েল ভিত$ কের িদেয়, িনি#$ হেয় জলপাই&িড় চেল !গেলন। !সই িনব$া&ব পুরীেত !থম !থম খুব ক" হেত লাগল। মেন হ’ল এই িব#সংসাের আিম হঠাৎ একা হেয় !গিছ। ধীের ধীের ব"ুেদর সােথ আলাপ হ’ল। কেলজিটও বড় !"র। !খালােমলা চ"র, !াসঘর&িল বড়, আেলা-হাওয়া যু#। কেলেজর !ভতরিট ফুেলর গাছ িদেয় !ঘরা, মােঝ বড় !খলার মাঠ। আর সামেন পাক$সাক$ােসর উ"ু$ ময়দান। !সখােন !ায়ই গােনর জলসা বেস। সব িমিলেয় মেন হ’ল, আিম উপযু% জায়গােতই এেস পেড়িছ। ভােলা কের পড়ােশানার জ" !কৃিতর সােথ িনিবড় !যাগােযাগ থাকা খুবই !েয়াজন। আমােদর হে#লিটও িছল খুব !খালােমলা। !ভতের মাঝাির বড় একিট মাঠ, তার চারপােশ পােয় চলার পথ। !সই পেথর ধাের ধাের জানা-অজানা ফুেলর সমােরাহ। কেলজ !থেক িফের স"#ােবলায় ওই পেথ কত !য পায়চাির কেরিছ, ছুিটর িদেন ব"ুেদর সােথ মােঠ কত !য !খেলিছ! !িত স"#ােবলা পড়ার ফাঁেক ফাঁেক ব"ুেদর সােথ আ"া, !িত রিববার !পােরর ঘেরর সামেন বেস ‘অ"েরােধর আসর’ আর ‘ছায়াছিবর গান’ !শানা আর মােঝ মােঝ ময়দােন িগেয় নামকরা িশ#ীেদর গােনর আসের বেস জীবন ধ" করা… !সই !সানালী িদন$িল বুিঝ আর !কানও িদনই িফের আসেব না! আমােদর হে#লিট !পােরর কড়া শাসেন চলত। কেলেজর সমেয়র আেগ বা পের, !পােরর অ"মিত ছাড়া হে#েলর বাইের !বেরােনা !যত না। হে"েল আমােদর জীবনও কিঠন িনয়েম বাঁধা পেড় !গল। িনিদ$% সমেয় খাবার ঘ"া !বেজ উঠত। আমরা ছুটতাম খাবার ঘের। এই ঘরিট িছল এক ম" বড় হলঘর। !সখােন সাির সাির !টিবল !চয়ার পাতা। অ" পিরচািরকােদর সােথ পিরচািরকা িব#িদও খাবার !টিবেল খাবার িনেয় আসত, খাবার পিরেবশন করত। ছুিটর িদেন আমরা ছা#ীরা দল !বঁেধ িসেনমা !দখেত অথবা গিড়য়াহােট বাজার করেত !যতাম, সে# পাহারাদার থাকত হে#েলর একজন দােরায়ান। ‘িভিজটর’রা আসেতন িনিদ$% িদেন। িব#িদ আমােদর নাম ধের ডাকত। বাবা আসেবন না !জেনও কতিদন উ"ুখ হেয় বেস !থেকিছ এই ডাকিটর জ"!

বড় রা#ার এপােশ িছল আমােদর কেলজ, আর ওপােশ পাক$সাক$ােসর ময়দান। ফুটপাথ !িট িছল গােছর ছায়ায় ছায়ায় ঢাকা। !সখােন ফুটপােথর ধাের ধাের ফুচকাওয়ালা, ঝালমুিড়ওয়ালারা বেস থাকত তােদর পসরা িনেয়। বাদামওয়ালাও বাদ !যত না। !সই বয়েস এ"িলর আকষ$ণ িছল অ"িতেরাধ)। মেন আেছ !ােসর ফাঁেক ফাঁেক ছুটতাম ফুচকা, িচেনবাদাম !খেত। আর িবেকলেবলায় হে#েলর িসঁিড়েত বেস জমত গােনর আ"া। !পুর উদা$ কে#র গান ‘আমার !সানার হিরণ চাই’, আর ত"ার গাওয়া ‘!সই !য আমার নানা রেঙর িদন$িল’ – !স িক ভুলবার! সবার সােথ আিমও গাইতাম ‘রাজপুরীেত বাজায় বাঁিশ’। স"#ার সমেয় তপতীর গান ‘আমার সকল !েখর !দীপ !"েল’ আকাশবাতাসেক অব#$ !বদনায় ভিরেয় তুলত। এইভােবই আমােদর জীবন বেয় চলিছল। হঠাৎ একিদন ছ"পতন হ’ল। আমরা ব"ুরা সবাই মােঝ মােঝ লুিকেয় চুিরেয় !"ানেচট করতাম। কখনও !কানও ব"ুর ঘের বা অ" !কানও িনজ$ন, পিরত%& জায়গায়। !"ানেচেট রবী$নাথ, নজ#ল ইত#ািদ িবখ$াত ব"ি$েদর আ"ােক !ডেক এেন নানা !" করা হেতা। কখনও কখনও িঠক উ"র িমলত। আিম !য !"ানেচেট খুব একটা িব#াসী িছলাম – তা নয়। তেব অিব$াস করারও সাহস িছল না। আমার বাবা অব# বলেতন, ‘!"ানেচট হ’ল !"ান টু িচট’। তারপর একিদেনর ঘটনা। জেলর ট"াংক পির$ার করা হেব ব’!ল শিনবার হে#েল সবার ছুিট হেয় !গল। !য সব !মেয়েদর কাছাকািছ বািড়, তারা বািড় চেল !গল। হে#ল !ায় খািল। পেড় রইলাম আমরা িকছু !মেয়রা, যােদর বািড় অেনক দূের। এিদেক আর একটা ঘটনাও ঘেটিছল। কেয়কিদন আেগ সামা$ !রােগ ভুেগ িব#িদর মা হঠাৎ মারা !গেলন। িব#িদরা হে#েলর পােশই থাকত বেল ওর মােক আমরা িচনতাম। িব#িদর !শােক আমরাও সমব$থী িছলাম আর এই ব"াপারটা িনেয় !ায়ই আমােদর আেলাচনা চলত। হে#েল !িটকতক !মেয় – সবাই িমেল িতনতলায় চেল এলাম। শিনবার স"#া হেতই !দিখ সবাই িফসিফস কের কথা বলেছ, িকছুটা !যন উে#িজতও। কারণ িজ#াসা কের জানা !গল !য !মেয়রা !"ানেচট করার কথা ভাবেছ। অব# ব"াপারটা খুবই !গাপনীয়। !পার জানেত পারেল আর র"া থাকেব না। রাত দশটার পর চািরিদক িন#$ হেয় এেল িতনতলার একটা খািল ডেম# !"ানেচেট বসা হেব িঠক হ’ল। সব !মেয়রা চেল !গেছ, তাই ঘরটা এেকবাের িনজ$ন। !ধু রেয়েছ সাির সাির খাট। আর কী আ"য$, দশটার সমেয় হঠাৎ !লাডেশিডং হেয় !গল! ভােলাই হ’ল। অ"কাের !ভৗিতক পিরেবেশ !"ানেচট জমেব ভােলা।


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বড় হলঘের !মেঝেত চাদর িবিছেয় আমরা বসলাম। আমরা অথ#াৎ !"া, !িব আর আিম। ঘের আর !কউ রইল না। একটা !মামবািত !ািলেয় ঘেরর জানালা%িল ব" কের িদলাম। তারপর আমােদর মাঝখােন কাগজ !পেত তােত এক বৃ# আঁকা হ’ল। বৃে$র !কে$ একটা পয়সা রাখলাম। বৃে$র চারধাের ন"র ১১০ বসােনা হ’ল, আর উপের-নীেচ ‘!াঁ’ আর ‘না’ !লখা হ’ল। চারপাশ ধূপ আর ফুেলর গে# !বািসত হেয় উঠল। আমরা িঠক কেরিছলাম কিব !কা$র আ"ােক !"ানেচেট ডাকা হেব। এমন সমেয় !িমতা বি# ব’!ল এক ব"ু এেস হািজর। অত#$ !মধাবী ছা#ী, !চাখ !েটা অধ#য়ন-!া#। !স এেসই বলল, ‘!তারা আজ !কা$েক ডাকিছস !কন? িব#িদর মা সেব মারা !গেছন। তাঁর আ"া আমােদর চারপােশ !ঘারাঘুির করেছ। ডাকেত হ’!ল তাঁেকই ডাক না!’ কথাটা সবার মেন ধরল। !িমতা বলল !য !"ানেচেট বসেত !স ভীষণই আ"হী, যিদও তার এ ব"াপাের !কানও পূব$-অিভ$তাই !নই। আমরা !িবেক উেঠ !যেত বললাম। !িমতা !িবর জায়গায় বসল। !" করলাম !"ানেচট – আিম, !"া আর !িমতা। !মামবািতর িশখা কাঁপিছল। !সই সে# !দওয়ােল, !মেঝেত লি#ত ছায়াও। একটু দূের জমাট অ"কার, সাির সাির খাট$িল ভূেতর মেতা দাঁিড়েয় আেছ। এেকবাের !ভৗিতক পিরেবশ। !"ানেচট !" হ’ল। আমরা িতন ব"ু !সই পয়সার উপের আলেতা কের একটা আ"ুল !রেখিছ। চারিদক ফুল আর ধূেপর গে# ভ’!র আেছ। আমরা একমেন িব#িদর মা-র কথা ভাবিছ। !বশ িকছু%ণ পর পয়সা নেড় উঠল। অথ#াৎ, আ"া এেসেছ। আিম আর !"া মুখ চাওয়া-চাওিয় করলাম। এবার !" করার পালা। !"া িজে$স করল, ‘আপিন !ক এেসেছন, িব#িদর মা?’ পয়সাটা নড়েত নড়েত ‘!াঁ’র ঘের চেল !গল। ‘আপিন এখন !যখােন !গেছন, !সখােন !কমন আেছন? ভােলা?’ পয়সা আবার উ"র িদল, ‘!াঁ’। !"ার পেরর !", ‘এবার পাট$ ওয়ােন অনােস& কেতা ন"র পাব?’ পয়সা ধীের ধীের ৫ আর ৮-এ িগেয় থামল। অথ#াৎ ৫৮%। পের !জেনিছ !য সিত# !স ঐ ন"রই !পেয়িছল পরী$ায়। আমােদর এক ব"ু মায়ার খুব ভয় িছল !য !স সামেনর পরী$ায় পাশ করেব না। কারণ, !স !েটা বছর আ"া !মেরই কািটেয়েছ, আসল কাজ !লখাপড়াটা কের উঠেত পােরিন। আমােদরও ওর ব"াপাের একই ভয় িছল। তাই আিম !" করলাম, ‘মায়া সামেনর পরী$ায় অনাস" পােব !তা?’ পয়সা উ"র িদল, ‘না’। আ"ার এই ভিব$%াণী িক# িনদা%ণ ভােব সিত$ হেয়িছল।

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Barua

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Blk 114, #02-188 Bukit Batok West Avennue 6 Singapore 650114

66967267 81805389 ritwikab@gmail.com

53

Mr Anupam

Basak

Ritwika Atreyee Asmita

183 Tanjong Rhu Road, #1304 Sanctuary Green Singapore 436923

54

Mr Asit

Basak

Soma Anusreya

46 Circuit Road, #10-649 Singapore 370046

63458421 92974657 subrata_basak@ hotmail.com kakali_basak@hotmail.com

55

Mr Subrata

Basak

Kakali Soumili Sarthak

86a Lorong N Telok Kurau, #0201, De Casalle Singapore 425236

64057870 62256168 92729374/90614912 meetabasu@ hotmail.com

56

Mr Abhijit

Basu

Anuradha Abhiroop

30 Mt.Elizabeth, #15-34, “High Point” Singapore 228519

67359465 96252395 dradinath@yahoo.in

57

Mr Adinath

Basu

61 Grange Road, #19-01 Beverly Hill Singapore 249570

64091073 94488094 awe_me_tesh@ yahoo.co.uk basuamitesh@yahoo.com

58

Mr Amitesh

Basu

Sutapa Deeptanshu

Block 558 Yishun Avenue 6, #0321 Singapore 768965

62440204 dbasu@starhub.net.sg

59

Mr Durjoy

Basu

Barnali Ipsita Ishaan

114A Arthur Road, #11-06, Katong Park Towers Singapore 439826

66406517 81563647 g_basu01@ hotmail.com

60

Mr Gurudas

Basu

Jayita Bam Sharanya

Block 209, #02-240 Serangoon Central Singapore 550209

68992848 65082565 97266930 partha_ basu@yahoo.com

61

Mr Partha Pratim

Basu

Soma Pallavi Sairindri

39 Jurong East Avenue 1, #12-04 Parc Oasis Singapore 609776

64055304 63213069 prasenjit.k.basu@ gmail.com basu_prasenjit@hotmail.com

62

Mr Prasenjit Kumar

Basu

Aarti Meghna Prithviraj

235 Arcadia Road, #07-04 The Arcadia Singapore 289843

62696887 96606007 prasun1968@ yahoo.com

63

Mr Prasun Kumar

Basu

Barnali Ankita

#08-11 Tower D1, Glendale Park, 23 Hillview Avenue Singapore 669557

98523168 pubali.basu.2000@gmail.com

64

Mrs Pubali

Basu

Blk 105, Edgefield Plains, #03-17 Singapore 820105

67359465 96252395 dradinath@yahoo.in

65

Mr Sayanta

Basu

61 Grange Road, #19-01 Beverly Hill Singapore 249570

65170276 91732256 krishnendu.bayen@ rediffmail.com krishnendu.bayen@sc.com

66

Mr Krishnenndu

67

Surname

Spouse & Children

Atreyee Shayona Atreyo

83312930 asitbasak@gmail.com

Bayen

#06-02 INTERO, 08 Leicester Road,, Potong Pasir Singapore 358841

Mr Saumik

Bera

176 Orchard Road, #06-06 The Centrepoint Singapore 238843

94872595 64236621 67281650 souvikbera@yahoo.com ranita.bera@ yahoo.com

68

Mr Souvik

Bera

31 Amber Gardens, #15-04, The Esta Singapore 439967

68626950 68900640 81923850 alak_ betal02@yahoo.co.in

69

Mr Alak Kumar

Betal

50 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5, #23-01, Regent Heights Singapore 659801

65651247 64152100 90301044 amitbhadra62@yahoo.com malini_ puppy@yahoo.co.in

Ranita Upasana Rishiraj

81808591 saumik.bera@yahoo.com.sg

70

Dr Amit Bhadra

Mr Arindam Bhadra Ms Malini Bhadra

49 Jurong East Ave 1, #18-02, Parc Oasis Singapore 609781

71

Mr Kunal Bhadra

Mr Arindam Bhadra Ms Malini Bhadra

3 Geylang Lorong 42, #01-08 Aston Mansions Singapore 398026

64877512

81617236 bhadrakunal@gmail.com

72

Mr Hiralal

Bhattacharjee

Nivedita

9 Surin Lane Singapore 535554

65842162 97845727 joybh@hotmail.com

73

Mr Joy

Bhattacharjee

Shamini Singaram Ria Megha

Block 634, Pasir Ris Drive 1,#06614 Singapore 510634

66567754 96579752 kishorebhattacharjee@gmail.com

74

Mr Kishore

Bhattacharjee

Sanskrita Rahul

16 Stirling Road, #13-16 Queen’s Condo Singapore 148957

67257818 ranabhattacharjee@rediffmail. com


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Name

Address

Contact Details

75

Mr Rana

Bhattacharjee

P.O. Box 326, Ghim Moh Estate Post Office Singapore 912741

64654659 98302404 anasua16@gmail. com

76

Mr Saibal

Bhattacharjee

Anasua Shreoshi Atasi

7 Bukit Timah View, #08-02 Bukit Regency Singapore 588135

62543474 90285601 susanta_ bhattacharjee@hotmail.com

77

Mr Susanta

Bhattacharjee

Oindri Oishi

18 Greenpar Park Singapore 589379

64668177 97777001 mita@chuntin.com rupu@chuntin.com

78

Mr Ajay

Bhattacharya

Paramita Pritika Anoushka

59B Chun Tin Road Singapore 599634

64988654 65496436 sonali_ bhattacharya@hotmail.com

79

Mr Anupam

Bhattacharya

Shonali Srishti Anisha

18 Balmoral park, #03-05, The Balmoral Singapore 259848

65283244 90026042 arnab_bh@hotmail. com

80

Mr Arnab Kumar

Bhattacharya

Sanchita Ankita Akshita

52 Choa Chu Kang North 7, #11-26 Regent Grove, Tower B1 Singapore 689528

67260407 81689402 apala_arko1@ yahoo.co.in

81

Mr Ashok

Bhattacharya

Pousali Apala Arko

6 Alexandra view, The Metropolitan condo , 1805. Singapore 158746

913340662136 shyamalkumar@hotmail. com

82

Mrs Banasree

Bhattacharya

Flat No. 4A,”Subho” 18/2/48 Uday Shankar Sarani,Kolkata India 700095

64044860 96460933 debashish.b59@ gmail.com

83

Mr Debashish

Bhattacharya

Bratati Ananya

3 Rhu Cross, #11-03 Ancilla Costa 67791931 67766478 Rhu Singapore 437433

84

Mr Kishore

Bhattacharya

Dulali

Blk 9, Holland Avenue, #10-42 Singapore 272009

64011330 81895647 rajat0805@gmail. com

Susmita Atrijo Atreyi

Block 108 Butik Batok West Avenue 6, #02-72 Singapore 650108

66443581 90689413 ranadeepb@ hotmail.com

85

Surname

Mr Rajat Subhra Bhattacharya

Spouse & Children

51

86

Mr Ranadeep

Bhattacharya

Kamalika Agnibha Shreeya

#12-89 644 Bedok Reservoir Road Singapore

87

Mrs Samita

Bhattacharya

Sujay Aditya

Blk 721, Tampines St 71, #04226 Singapore 520721

64056023 63058415 96474755 sandeep_bhattacharya@merck.com

88

Mr Sandeep

Bhattacharya

Nandita Bhaskar

9, Nathan Road, #05-04, Regency Park Singapore 248730

64761906 98554450 sandeepb@singnet. com.sg

89

Mr Sandeep Sailendra Kumar

Bhattacharya

Jaya Mallika

370F, Alexandra Road, #04-01, Anchorage Singapore 159959

90

Mrs Sarbani

Bhattacharya

Arnab Kumar Banerjee Anisha Banerjee

Blk 16 Simei Street 1, #11-15 Singapore 529942

64877512 67995266 shantanu. bhattacharya@insead.edu

91

A. Prof Shantanu

Bhattacharya

Lipika Deeta Samrat

9 Surin Lane Singapore 535554

67911325 98560937 tulika_c@hotmail. com

92

Mr Surajit

Bhattacharya

Tulika Sayona

96 Nanyang Crescent,#02-09 Singapore 637664

62243941 65719209 96542227 bimal. bhattacharyya@axisbank.com bimalb16@ gmail.com

93

Mr Bimal

Bhattacharyya

Nobeena Shreya Vinayak

31-03, Block 6, Metropolitan Condominium, 6 & 8 Alexandra View Singapore 158746

67854991 91540691 binab06@hotmail. com

Shiv Prasad Chaudhury

866 Tampines St 83, #03-231 Singapore 520866

64046605 91713729/91142587 ranajit05@rediffmail.com

94

Ms Bina Bhattacharyya

97520474 samitab@gmail.com

93221975 piubhattacharya@yahoo.com

95

Mr Ranajit

Bhattacharyya

Rajashree Anish

Blk 52, Bukit Batok East Ave 5, Regent Heights Condo, #16-02 Singapore 659802

66337473 98809130 soumyabhatta@ rediffmail.com

96

Mr Soumya

Bhattacharyya

Ipsita Spandan

11 Serangoon Road Avenue 2, #02-31, Sunglade Singapore 556135

67288104 65472250 98630771 jaipurjeet@hotmail.com

97

Mr Abhijit

Bhaumik

Samarpita Simran Anumita

Block 659, Woodlands Ring Road, #08-168 Singapore 730659

98

Mr Tirtharenu

Bhaumik

1A Lutheran Road Singapore 267745

83204340 tirtha.bpro@gmail.com 64000897 93888734 rinkoobhowmik@ gmail.com rinkoo@buzzzar.com


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52

members’ directory

No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

99

Mrs. Rinkoo

Bhowmik

Supratik Arko Dipro

35 Kew Heights Singapore 465988

68975943 65592873 96442352 sbhowmik@singnet.com.sg subhajyotibhowmik@yahoo.com.sg

100

Mr Subhajyoti

Bhowmik

Soma Soumya

Blk 414, Pandan Gardens, #07141 Singapore 600414

64056351 68298601 81981516 akbid@ yahoo.com

101

Mr A K

Bid

Mabdira Ashmita

190 A Rivervale Drive, #08-980 Singapore 541190

64000574 96249024 abhijit.biswas.jr@ gmail.com

102

Mr Abhijit

Biswas

Jayeeta Ishan Eeshika

450 Corporation Road, #08-03 Parc Vista, Tower 1 Singapore 649810

67634001 obgab@nus.edu.sg

103

Prof Arijit

Biswas

Tapati Dr Sinjini

137 Sunset Way, #02-08, Clementi Park Condominium Singapore 597159

104

Mr Goutam

Biswas

Ana Sengupta Abir Aman

6 Beechwood Grove Singapore

67760884 92713690 tito@indradeep.com indradeep@gmail.com

105

Mr Indradeep

Biswas

Madhubanti

Block 625 Senja Road, #30-142 Singapore 670625

98209423 94307201 pradeepto.k.biswas@gmail.com

106

Mr Pradeepto Kumar

Biswas

Anamika

853 Mountbatten Rd, #03-01, East Mews Singapore 437838

67755313 68999390 batchu03@yahoo. com

107

Mr Dilip

Borthakur

Padma

73 West Coast Grove Singapore 127875

67267875 90267584 pinku.kristy@gmail. com

108

Blk 2 Pandan Valley, #10-205 Singapore 597626

Mrs Debjani Bose

91289860 goutam.biswas@yahoo.com

92378307 jayatibosemail@gmail.com

109

Mrs Jayati

Bose

Sanjoy Dipto

193 Meyer Road, #20-08 Aalto Singapore 437981

63466402 63439100 91516516 joydeepbose@olamnet.com bosenilanjana@yahoo.com.sg

110

Mr Joydeep

Bose

Nilanjana Shaunak Bose

3 Rhu Cross, #03-07 Costa Rhu Singapore 437433

67267104 97861244 pkbose@pacific. net.sg

111

Prof Kamal

Bose

Pushpa

62 Faber Heights, Singapore 129188

112

Mr Kunal

Bose

Amalina

113

Mr Pratik

Bose

114

Mr Preetam

Bose

115

Mr Raj Kumar

116

Mr Samir

117 118 119 120

96222129 prbose@cisco.com smitaroy79@gmail.com 2 River Valley Close, #20-05 Singapore 238428

68991491 92954294 preetam.bose@ gmail.com

Sunayana Preetish

Block 385, #14-344 Bukit Batok West Avenue 5 Singapore 650385

66930641 90687898 Rajdeepbose99@ gmail.com

Bose

Monideepa Rajdeep

50 Bukit Batok East Avenue-5,#24-07, Regent Heights Singapore 659801

62456861 65603919 91545565 samirbose@usa.com

Bose

Suravi Kabir Shankar

Blk72, Bayshore Road, #12-13 Costa Del Sol Singapore 469988

66807096 81814687 subhendubose@ hotmail.com

Sanghamitra Sneha

53 Grange Road, #11-03 Spring Grove Singapore 249565

93986634 cbose2002@yahoo.com.sg

Chandra Saideep Sumanjit Sujata

11 A Cooling Close Singapore 558176

64582843 90284980 sohini@singnet. com.sg sohini.sengupta@gmail.com

Ben Brandon-King

42B Keppel Bay Drive, #07108 Caribbean @ Keppel Bay Singapore 098656

65206731 82337843 anjanch@gmail.com

Mr Anjan Chakrabarti

Piyali Anushka

38 Dover Rise, #12-02 Singapore 138684

67604681 98174233 debuchakrabarti@ hotmail.com

Mr Subhendu Bose Mr Supratim

Bose

Ms Sohini Brandon-King

121

Mr Debabrata

Chakrabarti

Gopa Nabanita Tanushree

106 Gangsa Road, #09-131 Singapore 670106

91098767 arunava.chakrabarty@gmail. com

122

Mr Arunava

Chakrabarty

Sanyukta Devaditya Somyaditya

29A Hill View Avenue, #04-07 Hillview Heights Singapore 669562

86178419 debasree.chakrabarty@gmail. com


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Name

123

Mrs Debasree

124

53

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Chakrabarty

Anindya Chaudhuri

21 Fort Road, #13-02 Singapore 439089

93385849 karanjaikeya@rediffmail.com

Chanchal Dhriti

3 Rhu Cross, #06-11 Costa Rhu Singapore 437433

92759773 chakrabarti.satyaki@gmail.com

Aastha

#04-185 Block 446 Clementi Avenue 3 Singapore 120446

65695142 chakpras@pacific.net.sg

117 Jurong East Street 13, #05129, Ivory Heights Singapore 600117

65693710 62252712 deb1407@hotmail. com mithu0103@hotmail.com

Mrs Keya Karanjai Chakrabarty

Contact Details

125

Mr Satyaki

Chakraborti

126

Mrs Aroti

Chakraborty

127

Mr Debashish

Chakraborty

Mithu Drima Drishtant

Blk 265, Toh Guan Road, #18-21 Singapore 600265

66332646 91098120 devknph@yahoo. com shonasrc@gmail.com

128

Mr Debendra

Chakraborty

Sonali Ray Chaudhri Adiya

Blk 261C Sengkang East Way, #08-508 Singapore

63889049 90626430 swagata_123@ yahoo.com

129

Mr Niladri

Chakraborty

Swagata Neelesh Navoneel

5 Siglap Road, #19-43 Mandarin Gardens Singapore 448908

130

Mr Partha Sarathi

Chakraborty

Nupur Sayan

Block- 65 Yung Kuang Road, #20103 Singapore 610065

65695142 chakpras@pacific.net.sg

131

Mr Prasun

Chakraborty

Debjani Devpratim

117 Jurong East Street 13, #05129, Ivory Heights Singapore 600117

68970942 ranamita@singnet.com.sg ranjanchak@ymail.com

132

Mr Ranjan

Chakraborty

Mitali Ranamita Raktim

Blk 105, Jurong East St 13, #07230 Singapore 600105

84811070 soumitra.chakraborty@gmail. com

133

Mr Soumitra

Chakraborty

Block 249 Compassvale Road, #03-606 Singapore 540249

98573627 subrat_chakraborty@ rediffmail.com

134

Mr Subrat

Chakraborty

Indranil Shanaya

171 Stirling Road, #01-1117, Queenstown Singapore 140171

67742184 chsusmita@yahoo.com

135

Mrs Susmita

Chakraborty

Indranil Damayanti

105 Clementi Road, #08-01, Kent Vale Apt Blk B Singapore 129789

98185460 62226818 chitsababe@yahoo. com

136

Mrs Chitra

Chakravarti

15 Flora Road, #01-02, Avila Gardens Singapore 509734

62459146 96150924 ritachakravarti@ yahoo.com.sg nilotp@yahoo.com

137

Dr Nilotpal

Chakravarti

Rita Shamik

41A Bedok Ria Crescent, #04-11, Stratford Court Singapore 489929

85007585 c_pranati@hotmail.com

138

Mr Prasenjit

Chakravarti

Pranati Bagchi Rimi

59 Meyer Road, #15-11 Seafront on Meyer Singapore 437880

92349264 shouvik_ch@rediffmail.com

139

Mr Shouvik

Chakravarti

Sriparna Roopkatha

62 Bayshore Road,#24-01 Bayshore Park Singapore 469983

67874394 mahuamitra2002@yahoo.com csom@yahoo.com

140

Mr Nirmal Kumar

Chakravarty

Krishna

Blk 856F, Tampines St 82, #06212 Singapore 526856

64532527

141

Mr S K

Chakravarty

Manoroma

Blk 210, Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #031610 Singapore 560210

93391022 DONS_CK@yahoo.com

142

Ms Dahlia

Chakravorty

Sushil Verma

233 Paya Lebar Road, #07-04 Le Crescendo Singapore 409044

82617492 sudi.ch@gmail.com

143

Mr Sudipto

Chakravorty

144

Mr Subrata

Chanda

145

Mr Sumit

Chandra

146

Mrs Anuka

Chandran

147

Mrs Paromita

Chattaraj

Koushik Riyasha

41A Bedok Ria Crescent, #02-36, Stratford Court Singapore 489929

148

Mr Tirtha Sarathi

Chattaraj

Debjani Raadhika

6 Pari Dedap Walk, #04-03 Tanah Merah Crest Singapore 486060

93817615 ps_chakraborty@yahoo.com

369 Tanjong Katong Road,Katong Student Hostel Singapore 437126

67699835 suc@np.edu.sg

Papri Shammo

Blk 233, Pending Road, #05-11 Singapore 670233

84538552 sumitchandra123@yahoo.com

Nivedita Sanjyog

Jurong East West St 81,, Blk 837, #05-77 Singapore 640837

67533435 anuka_chandran@yahoo.com

Singapore 509068

66518229 85097810 paromita. chattaraj@yahoo.com 91514760 tschattaraj@gmail.com 64062857 kchatt@gmail.com


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members’ directory

No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

149

Mr Kalyan

Chatterjea

Dr. Kalyani Rhea Chatterjea

97 Cashew Road, #08-03, Cashew Heights Singapore 679668

64055615 66685543 90627181 ABHI_ CSG@yahoo.com

150

Mr Abhijit

Chatterjee

Mohua Anindita

28 Bukit Batok East Ave 2, #1314 Hillview Regency, Tower 1A Singapore 659921

67695512 alokc@cyberway.com.sg

151

Mr Alok

Chatterjee

Purnima Hemansu Hiren

25 Hillview Avenue,Glendale Park, #01-12, TowerA3 Singapore 669558

65742098 96343579 amitchattt@gmail. com seemachat@hotmail.com

152

Mr Amitava

Chatterjee

Aarti Dhruv

4 Cairnhill Rise, #11-02 Singapore 229740

64012906 81634701 anasua2001@ hotmail.com

153

Mrs Anasua

Chatterjee

Subhra

8 Alexandra View, #11-10, The Metropolitan Singapore 158747

154

Mr Arindam

Chatterjee

155

Mr Arup

Chatterjee

156

Mr Bhaskar

157

83220494 c_arindam@yahoo.com

69 Cairnhill Road, #08-69 Cairnhill Mansions Singapore 229675

67829311 96747814 arup_c@hotmail. com

Tanushree Anoushka

Block 366, Tampines Street 34,#05-165 Singapore 520366

64061721 90076329 bhaskarchat07@ gmail.com

Chatterjee

Subharthi

21A Upper East Coast Road Singapore 455210

65996210 91298977 82984405 debby. chat@gmail.com

Mr Debashish

Chatterjee

Ankita Aadi

34 Bayshore Road, Tower 2B The Bayshore, #09-02 Singapore 469976

96430319 jaydip.chatterjee@sc.com

158

Mr Jaidip

Chatterjee

68 Marine Parade Road, #04-21, Cote d azur Singapore 449301

64406879 62354942 chatterjeej_in@ yahoo.co.uk

159

Mr Jayanta

Chatterjee

Shreemoyee

63 Marine Drive,#07-124 Singapore 440063

66488482 90090472 nabanipa@yahoo. com jayantachatterjee@yahoo.com

160

Mr Jayanta

Chatterjee

Nabanipa Rishav

181 Tanjong Rhu Road, #0204 Sanctuary Green Singapore 436922

63858070 62492489 97883526 kanakc@ hotmail.com

161

Mr Kanak

Chatterjee

Runu Lipika Bony

Blk-920, # 14-01, Hougang Street 91 Singapore 530920

64664407 whosec@nus.edu.sg

162

Miss Meera

Chatterjee

2 Jalan Riang Singapore 358968

83562906 chatterjee.n@pg.com nilanjanchatterjee77@yahoo.com

163

Mr Nilanjan

Chatterjee

Debarati

806 Thomson Road,, #18-12 Singapore 298189

67337937 67375536 pchatts99@yahoo. com srabani10@gmail.com

164

Mr Pradeep Kumar

Chatterjee

Srabani Joydeep

31 Leonie Hill, #18-01, Rivershire Singapore 239229

67282440 68732001 91089334 sandeep@flexione.com kaks23@yahoo. com

165

Mr Sandeep

Chatterjee

Kakoli Rhea Reema

3 Pine Grove, Astor Green, #1404 Singapore 597590

65606995 96247785 sauravhere@gmail. com bhattacharya.sarmistha@gmail.com

166

Mr Saurav

Chatterjee

Sarmistha Shohan

3 Bukit Batok Street 25, #10-03 Singapore 658881

66333189 98949259 shubhasrijaa@ gmail.com

167

Mrs Shubha

Chatterjee

Rishi Raj Srijaa Suhani

80 Bayshore Road, #03-27 Singapore 469992

65237673 91382566 schatterjee@levi. com

168

Mr Shumone

Chatterjee

Trina Shreya Sai

19 Grange Road, #07-21 Grange Heights Singapore 239697

65208044 64156334 91469573 siddhartha_26@hotmail.com

169

Mr Siddhartha

Chatterjee

Bhaswati Anurag

Regent Heights, Tower B, #0603, Bukit Batok East Avenue 5 Singapore 659802

65198412 97708422 sounak1982sept@ gmail.com

170

Mr Sounak

Chatterjee

Debarati Bhattacharya

Block 201, Serangoon Central, #06-04 Singapore 550201

64493623 97736167 sushcgs04@gmail. com

171

Ms. Sushmita

Chatterjee

Arshia Ashmita

32 Marine Crescent, #02-119 Singapore 440032

66857506 96528827 dip.chats@yahoo. com

172

Mr Dipankar

Chatterji

Sunita Nupur

5 Tanjong Rhu Road, #20-02 The Waterside Singapore 436882

173

Mr Sanak

Chattopadhyay

Nibedita Sushrika

128A Punggol Field Walk, #11333 Singapore 821128

92474472 captsanakc@gmail.com 65203430 91086592 aparnasandip@live. com


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Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

174

Mrs Aparna

Chaudhari

Sandip Mohul

26 Bukit Batok St 52,, #05-03 Guilin View Condo Singapore 659247

175

Mr Arnab

Chaudhuri

176

Mr Jaydeep

Chaudhuri

177

Mr Samyajit

178

55

Contact Details 94773051 arnab.k.chaudhuri@gmail.com

12 Amber Gardens, #06-06 Kings Mansion Block B Singapore 439959

66449265 93888697 joy_maxus@yahoo. com

Vinitra Jayaram Ahaan

369 Holland Road, #09-06 Allsworth Place Singapore 278640

65632940 62652444 kanikaojha@yahoo. com.sg

Chaudhuri

Kanika Sumona

452 Corporation Road, #04-06 Parc Vista Tower 2 Singapore 649811

Mr Shankha

Chaudhuri

Sohini Roy Choudhuri

179

Capt Rahul

Choudhuri

Smita Rohan

1 Farrer Road, #04-03, Tulip Garden Singapore 268817

64758957 64399251 90685424 shiladityac@rediffmail.com soumi2504@ yahoo.com.sg

180

Mr Shiladitya

Choudhuri

Soumi Soumyaditya

370E Alexandra Road, #1603, The Anchorage Singapore 159958

65648414 prabir@singnet.com.sg

181

Mr Prabir

Chowdhury

Debjani Abhisek Arindam

Blk 289A, Bt. Batok Street 25, #08-214 Singapore 650289

63464493 97351264 97351264 Abhijit. Das@microsoft.com

182

Mr Abhijit

Das

Kakoli Adrija

187 Tanjong Rhu Road, #0208 Sanctuary Green Singapore 436925

183

Mr Abhijit

Das

184

Mr Ajay Kumar

Das

185

Mr Amitava

186

62611591 98359616 Smita_ CHOUDHURI@ura.gov.sg

82807410 abhijit.das@gmail.com

Blk 288C Bukit Batok Street 25, #03-24 Singapore 652288

65208849 98004456 ajaydas@rediffmail. com

Shyamolee Ananya Anish

20, Simei Street 1, #01-04, Melville Park Singapore 529944

62809056 82884963 ukrsg@singnet. com.sg

Das

Rakih Ahana Angshula

115 Potong Pasir,, #10-902 Singapore 350115

64695376 63286011 bedant.das@ citigroup.com

Mr Bedant

Das

Moushumi Aditi Arunima

Blk 416, Yishun Ave 11, #05-359 Singapore 760416

65192637 csdas0804@yahoo.com

187

Mr Chandan Kumar

Das

Susmita Anuska

25 Hazel Park Terrace, #11-09 Singapore 678948

67627885 67271830 91441601 debabratadas@hotmail.com

188

Mr Debabrata

Das

Sujata Ayush Das

47 Hindhede Walk, #01-02, Springdale Condominium Singapore 587977

96465087 gogollian@gmail.com

189

Mr Debabrata

Das

Supta Syamantak Sanchari

370E Alexandra Road,, #0804, The Anchorage Singapore 159958

das_familyhome@yahoo.co.uk

190

Mr Debajit

Das

Piyali Rishav Sharanya

129 Stevens Road Singapore 257868

64723440 96441651 devashis_jp@ yahoo.com

191

Mr Devashis

Das

Nivedita Monalisa Shreya

370D Alexandra Road,#1009 The Anchorage Singapore 159957

64683794 64372402 dhruv_anita@msn. com

192

Mr Dhrubajyoti

Das

Anita Ahana

997 Bukit Timah Rd, #04-04, Casa Esperanza Singapore 589633

Das

Dr Kakaly Ghosh Pranjal Das Ghosh Deepaprabha Das Ghosh

Blk 726 Jurong West Ave 5, #02260 Singapore 640726

98303495 indrani_das_1_71@yahoo. com.sg

Yashveer Singh Tushar Mitali

63 Tampines Avenue 1, #12-06, The Tropica Singapore 529777

64630137 96641549 daskaushik@yahoo. com chandrimadas@yahoo.co.uk

Chandrima

51 Sommerville Estate Road Singapore 258040

62694257 98228359 kpdas9@hotmail. com

193

Mr Gopal Chandra

194

Mrs Indrani Das

195

Mr Kaushik

Das

98986920 gopalc.das@gmail.com


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Spouse & Children

Address

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196

Mr Krishnaprasad

Das

Jayati Kushal Das

Blk 515, Woodlands Drive 14, #11-141 Singapore 730515

66188214 monicald@gmail.com

197

Mrs Monica

Das

Snehashis Daivik D

11 Tanjong Rhu Road, #17-04 The Waterside Singapore 436896

67439844 97689031 97619025 mrinmoykumardas@yahoo.com.sg anupama_das@hotmail.com

198

Mr Mrinmoy Kumar

Das

Anupama Aryaman Mayukh

11 Tanjong Rhu Road, #14-03 The Waterside Singapore 436896

664193802 84309081 sambit.2006@ yahoo.co.in

199

Mrs Peali

Das

Sambit Souhardyo

Blk 182, #01-256 Edgefield Plains, Punggol Singapore 820182

200

Mr Ranaa

Das

Rupali Londhe

302 Jurong East St. 32, #04-28 Singapore 600302

65991466 97716213 ranjandas67@ yahoo.co.in

201

Mr Ranjan

Das

Priyanka Rajashri Prerna

99, Meyer Road, #14-02, The Sovereign Singapore 437920

63452575 93361919 sanchitabasu@ yahoo.com

202

Mrs Sanchita Basu

Das

Subhramit Aditeya

7 Tanjong Rhu Road, #08-03 The Waterside Singapore 436887

65643230 96457194 satyakidas123@ gmail.com

203

Mr Satyaki

Das

Nabamita Guha Abhinanda

43 Jurong East Avenue 1, #02-04 Singapore 609778

62933294 65327737 subrata@singnet. com.sg

204

Mr Subrata

Das

Sandhya Sudeepta, Sunanda Sudesna

55 Geylang Bahru, #10-3613 Singapore 330055

67298530 97878865 subrata_das_wb@ yahoo.com

205

Mr Subrata Kumar

Das

Mallika Soumya Brata Torsa

Blk 30, Tanglin Halt Road,, #05150 Singapore 140030

206

Mr Suchanchal

Das

207

Mr Surajit Kumar

Das

208

Mr Tanmoy

Das

209

Mr Tanmoy

Das

210

Prof Shamal

211

Das De

Dr Soumen Das De

84559126 ranaa_das@hotmail.com

92360140 sudas2k@yahoo.com

200 Jalan Sultan, #19-01 Textile Center Singapore 199018

63163254 64229500 surajit32@hotmail. com

Maitreyi Avinash Avranilo

Blk 620, Bt Batok Central, #03552 Singapore 650620

63144385 65155030 91287081 tanmoy@tecnomic.com benz220@gmail. com

Sweta Sreyan Trishan

19A Hill View Avenue, #09-05 Hillview Park Singapore 669554

90044351 tanmoyjava@yahoo.com

91 Bencoolen Street, #0613 Sunshine Plaza Singapore 189652

67779469 sanjuktadasde@gmail.com

Sanjukta Sudeep

15 Faber Avenue Singapore 129528

67779469 soumendasde@gmail.com

Soumi

15 Faber Avenue Singapore 129528

62194791 96630049 kunal124@hotmail. com

212

Mr Kunal

Das Gupta

Rekha Kuheli

Block 2B, Hong San Walk, #1001, Palm Gardens Singapore 689048

62620679 mihirkdg@singnet.com.sg

213

Mr Mihir Kumar

Das Gupta

Gaetry Debarati

9G Yuan Ching Road, #16-72, Lakeside Towers Singapore 618649

64482606 srdasgupta@yahoo.com

Indrani Kalyan Tilak

5000-J Marine Parade Road, #09-42, Lagoon View Singapore 449291

68932198 97462086 ajoydg@singnet. com.sg

214

Mr Sudhansu Ranjan Das Gupta

215

Mr Ajoy Kumar

Dasgupta

Sujata Anasuya Arijit

69 Choa Chu Kang Loop, #08-08 Northvale Singapore 689672

67523408 anjana421@hotmail.com

216

Mrs Anjana

Dasgupta

Uday Binayak

Blk 840, Yishun St 81, #02-376 Singapore 760840

65223779 91825820 arnabd1971@ gmail.com deepsikha28@yahoo.com

217

Mr Arnab

Dasgupta

Deepsikha Ahana Ananya

72 Bayshore Road, #16-15 Costa-del Sol Singapore 469988

68460323 63954335 93710582 sudeshnadasg@gmail.com

218

Mr Biswaroop

Dasgupta

Sudeshna Bikramjit Sagarika

202A Compassvale Drive, #10579, Senkang Singapore 541202

67857635/62419573 81573678 suchitasinha@gmail.com

219

Mr Debapriya

Dasgupta

Suchita Shreyashi

Blk7, Mandarin Gardens, #06-63, Lobby Q Singapore 448909

67374619 chitralekha_gupta@hotmail. com

220

Mr Dipankar

Dasgupta

Chitralekha Kancana

11 Nathan Road, #15-01, Regency Park Singapore 248732

67333439 63321438 dipayan.dasgupta@ nike.com


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Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

221

Mr Dipayan

Dasgupta

Patralekha Amrita Antara

53 Cairnhill Road, #12-03, Cairnhill Plaza Singapore 229664

67352702 81217354 dos3010@yahoo. co.in

222

Mr Parikshit

Dasgupta

Oyndrela

333 River Valley Road, #08-06 Singapore 238365

96226716 / 81496720 santanu1477@ gmail.com

223

Mrs Santanu

Dasgupta

Moitreyee Sahana

12 Bedok Reservoir View, #0837 The Clearwater Singapore 479237

66890057 97320758 sayantan1974@ yahoo.com

224

Mr Sayantan

Dasgupta

Kiran Dron

50 Bayshore Road, #06-07 Bayshore Park Singapore 469977

225

Mr Sumantra

Dasgupta

Priyanka Ahan

41 Hindhede Walk, #01-02 Singapore 587972

64000023 96621150 sanjay. dasmunshy@thome.com.sg

226

Mr Sanjay

Dasmunshy

Arpita Abhishek Sunisha

7 Siglap Road,#17-58 Mandarin Gardens Singapore 448909

64595903 rumasg@yahoo.com.sg

227

Capt Abhijit

Dass

Ruma Rivali Aditi Rohit

97 Thomson Green Singapore 574964

92393330 koushik.dastidar@flaktwoods. com

228

Mr Koushik

Dastidar

Sudeshna Diya

05-01, Haw Par Glass Tower, 178 clemenceu Avenue Singapore 239926

62443440 65129445 getdebajit@yahoo. com

229

Mr Debajit

Datta

Arpita

Block 29 Marine Crescent, #0219 Singapore 440029

63620108 susmita_devesh@yahoo.com

230

Mr Devesh Kumar

Datta

Susmita Stuti Shoumik

9 Woodlands Dr. 72, #03-19, Woodsvale Singapore 738093

65810932 96657609 kdrita@yahoo.com

231

Mr Krishnendu

Datta

Rita Rahul Rohit

62 Bayshore Road, Bayshore Park Pearl Tower, #31-02 Singapore 469983

97289443 sauvikisi@gmail.com

232

Mr Sauvik

Datta

Arpita Bhowmick

25 Jalan Sempadan, #02-07 Tower 16 Villa Marina Condo Singapore 457400

83385585 killickdatta@hotmail.com

233

Mr Sudeepto Killick

Datta

Tina Sophia Sarah

8 Cuscaden Walk, #11-01 Four Seasons Park Singapore 249692

67631450 dattas@starhub.net.sg

234

Mr Uttam

Datta

Aruna Udeet Kunal

89 Cashew Road, #02-02, Cashew Heights Singapore 679660

65543257 gopadr@hotmail.com

235

Mr Bimal

Datta Ray

Gopa

168 Lentor Loop, # 09-01 Bullion Park, Singapore 789098

93456915 dolly_davenport@yahoo.com. sg

236

Mrs Dolly

Davenport

95 Bukit Drive, #03-33 The Raintree Singapore 587843

N/A N/A 84391367 ddawn1958@gmail. com ddawn@vsnl.com

237

Mr Debabrata

238

92348007 artnamus@gmail.com

Dawn

Suchorita Dibya Shankar Adwitiya N/A

9F Yuan Ching Road, #11-68 Lakeside Apartment Singapore 618648

Mr Debjit

De

Susmita Roy Deeptayan Jheelum

37 Jurong East Avenue 1, #15-06 Singapore 609775

239

Mr Kaushik

De

240

Mrs Krishna Chatterjee

De

241

Mr Shyamal

Deb

Sushmita

Blk 440 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #101307 Singapore 560440

64006144 96660235 aartideb@yahoo. com

242

Mr Sujay

Debnath

Arati Shrey Shivom

#05-69, 6A Carissa Park, 6 Flora Drive Singapore 507027

63121889 96948927 rupali.desai@yahoo. com

243

Mrs Rupali

Desai

Rajesh Siddharth Hersh

Block 133 Rivervale Street, #06700 Singapore 540133

67609564 82015737 ruma_dev@yahoo. com.sg

244

Mrs Ruma

Dev

Debapriya Ria Rohan

6 Petir Road, #22-10, Maysprings Singapore 678267

64743053 67307964 92304791 sdevsharma@gmail.com shashwati1973@ gmail.com

90674614 93533217 dekaushik@rediffmail.com dekaushik7@gmail.com

19 Mackenzie Road, #04-01 Singapore 228678 83098262 shyamaldeb@rediffmail.com


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No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

245

Mr Suhrid

Devsharma

Shashwati Aditya

370E Alexendra Rd,The Anchorage, #01-09 Singapore 159958

92724860 83364812 amitabh.dey@ gmail.com

246

Mr Amitabh

Dey

Blk 82, Bedok North Road, #06326 Singapore 460082

62527881 anu54321@singnet.com.sg

247

Miss Anuradha

Dey

Blk 10E, Braddell View, #02-20 Singapore 579724

66850316 82898475 aydee67@gmail. com

248

Mr Avik

Dey

Mita Anuksha

Blk 249 Bangkit Road, #09-324 Singapore 670249

81493746 biplabdey@indiatime.com dey_biplab@hotmail.com

249

Mr Biplab

Dey

Satarupa Debjyoti Anirvan

Blk 207 Bukit Batok Street 21, #07-122 Singapore 650207

62618719 jubilantsin@yahoo.com.sg

250

Mr Jayant Kumar

Dey

9A Yuan Ching Road, #05-16 Singapore 618643

65815146 64854452 97861641 deycom1@yahoo.com ManojKumar.Dey@ seagate.com

251

Mr Manoj Kumar

Dey

521 Yio Chu Kang Road, #03-86, The Calrose Singapore 787086

62618719 sandhya196@yahoo.com.sg

252

Mrs Sandhya

Dey

9A Yuan Ching Road, #05-16 Singapore 618643

62605851 96704358 tapansneha@ yahoo.com

253

Mr Tapan Kumar

Dey

Block 225, #03-209 Singapore

63441590

254

Mrs Daisy

Dhar

627 East Coast Road Singapore 459013

255

Ms Sanjukta

Dhar

Barclays Capital Services Ltd., 10 Marina Boulevard, #23-01 Marina Bay Financial Centre Singapore 018983

67530519 68824328 surajit_dhar@ yahoo.com

256

Mr Surajit

Dhar

Debarati Ritarupa Sudeshna

Blk 339B, Sembawang Close, #15-09 Singapore 752339

67287601 91511787 sugat_dhara@ yahoo.com purnadhara@gmail.com

257

Mr Sugat Dhara

Purna

156 Prince Charles Crescent, #13-15, Tanglin View, Tower A Singapore 159015

64811844 68362017 ashimvernice@ gmail.com

258

Dr Ashim Dutt

Vernice

491 River Valley Road, #01-20C, Valley Point Shopping Centre Singapore 248371

91129626 62506174 manesh@singnet.com.sg

Sourav Sonali

Purbasha Sneha

259

Miss Maleti

Dutt

19 Jalan Merlimau Singapore 308709

260

Ms Niva

Dutt

19 Jalan Merlimau Singapore 308709

261

Mr Shamik

Dutt

Anamika Annsh

18 Simei Street 1, #01-03 Melville Park Singapore 529943

63544867 64384390 81755307 arjun@ singnet.com.sg reetu@singnet.com.sg

262

Capt Subhangshu

Dutt

Sujata Sudeshna Dutt Subeer Dutt

Blk 319, Shunfu Road, #16-12 Singapore 570319

97222568 alokdatta@hotmail.com chumki64@gmail.com

263

Mr Alok Kumar

Dutta

Baisakhi Bishakha Anirban

Block 685B Jurong West Street 64, #11-169 singapore 642685

67549982 68825050 91081104 amit_ dutta_sg@yahoo.com.sg

264

Mr Amit

Dutta

Gopa Anamika Aditya

418 Canberra Road,, #11-351 Singapore 750418

64026764 97503169 arindamdutta@ hotmail.com

265

Mr Arindam

Dutta

Susmita Arohan

Block 26 Simei Street 1, #10-05 Melville Park Singapore 529947

66188024 82330071 duttavijit@gmail. com

266

Mr Avijit

Dutta

Rashmoni Arkajit

1 Bukit Batok Steert 25, Tower 1 Parkview Apartments, #08-10 Singapore 658882

267

Mr Bijan

Dutta

268

Mr Deb

Dutta

Mousumi Airashi Aria

5 Rhu Cross, #06-20, Costa Rhu Singapore 437434

269

Mr Debashis

Dutta

Saswati Vidisha Anika

68 Bayshore Road,#24-04 Costa Del Sol Singapore

#11-352 Lorong Ah Soo,Block 219 Singapore

9822871 shamikdutt@gmail.com

97598624 bejan.dutta@gmail.com 63489846 98482856 mousumi_dutta1@ yahoo.com.sg 98208106 ddutta613@gmail.com (82) 10-5189-8778 ddutta@alumni.nus. edu.sg sd_dutta@hotmail.com


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59

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

Dr Devashish

Dutta

Shibani Ronita Rahul

Blk 244, Lorong Chuan, #02-01, Chuan Park Singapore 556745

90624139 ishandutta@yahoo.com soojeun@gmail.com

271

Mr Ishan Chandra

Dutta

Soojeun Kaberi Noyona

36 Conway Grove Singapore 558218

64090190 96475828 dr_rupakdutta@ hotmail.com

272

Mr Rupak

Dutta

Preeti Prunoti Utkarr

Woodlands Drv 72 Woodsvale E.C, Blk 9A #12-19 Singapore 738093

273

Mr Siddhartha

Dutta

Priyanka Arth

22 Bukit Batok Street 52, #10-06 Guilin View Singapore 659245

68849546 62209320 97127888 smitadutta@hotmail.com

274

Ms Smita

Dutta

175 B Bencoolen Street, # 07-09 Burlington Square Singapore 189651

67626171 92715035 srabontidutta@ yahoo.com

275

Mr Sumit

Dutta

Srabonti Shanaya

764 Woodlands Circle, #06-326 Singapore 730764

66119964 97709262 surodutta@gmail. com anadutta1802@gmail.com

276

Mr Surojit

Dutta

Anamika Sania Aania

641 Bedok Reservoir Road, #0667 Singapore 410641

66996891 91790133 adroy@yahoo.com

277

Mr Arup

DuttaRoy

Paramita Shayoni Laboni

22 Bayshore Road,, #11-04, The Bayshore, Tower 1B Singapore 469970

64650972 91251726 monicariti@yahoo. com.sg

278

Mr Tapas

Gangoly

Monica Ritoma

10 Cuscaden Walk, #09-03 Four Season Park Singapore 249693

279

Mr Bikram Vaskar

280

97713677 siddhartha_dutta@yahoo.com

98174684 bikramvaskar@yahoo.com

Gangopadhyay

Blk 34 Upper Cross Street, #19136 Singapore 050034

62543474 91823688 gautam70@ hotmail.com arijit_bagh@yahoo.com

Mr Arijit

Ganguli

#02-07, Tower A, Regent Park, 22 Jalan Lempeng Singapore 128803

64003866 81387341 somaganguli@ hotmail.com

281

Mrs Soma

Ganguli

Suvendu Saptarshi Ujjesha

22 Ewe Boon Road, #02-05, Palm Spring Singapore 259328

68925805 98235167 ruchira_ganguly@ yahoo.co.in aloke@starhub.net.sg

282

Mr Aloke

Ganguly

Ruchira Korak

Blk 676, Choa Chu Kang Crescent, #06-459 Singapore 680676

62604786 96673419 vedantmallika@ yahoo.com.sg mallika.gawde@citi.com

283

Mrs Mallika Chatterjee

Gawde

Amol Vedant

20 Simei Rise, #06-49 Changi Rise Condo Singapore 528809

64417040 nghatak@yahoo.com

284

Mrs Anjali

Ghatak

3 Siglap Road, #03-19, Mandarin Gardens Singapore 448907

64417040 nghatak@yahoo.com

285

Mr Kaushik

Ghatak

Nandini Enakshi

Blk 3, Mandarin Gardens, #03-19 Lobby E Singapore 448907

65031901 63722901 96514530 / 96514539 nandinighatak@gmail.com Sandip.Ghatak@tokiomarineasia.com

286

Mr Sandip

Ghatak

Nandini Saoni Sreena

7 Siglap Road,Mandarin Gardens, #18-55 Singapore 448909

64042453 96782907 subir_ghatak@ yahoo.com

287

Mr Subir

Ghatak

Priti Sneha

2 JLN LEMPENG, #1002 PARK WEST Singapore 128793

62354731 65313780 sudipto.ghatak@ gmail.com

288

Mr Sudipto

Ghatak

Paromita Abheek Noyonika

25 Leonie Hill, #08-01, Leonie Garden Singapore 239225

67289904 90226751 ghosalritwik@ yahoo.co.in

289

Mr Anil Kumar

Ghosal

56 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5, Regent Heights, Tower A, # 25-07 Singapore 659804

67662396 arpanarpan@gmail.com

290

Mr Arpan Kumar

Ghosal

Blk. 52, Choa Chu Kang North 6, #13-21 Yew Mei Green Singapore 689575

67289904 90664792 ghosalritwik@ yahoo.co.in

291

Mr Ritwik

Ghosal

Atasi Ritwan

56 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5, Regent Heights, Tower A, # 25-07 Singapore 659804

67662396 ghosals@singnet.com.sg

292

Mr Samit

Ghosal

Debjani Archita

Blk. 52, Choa Chu Kang North 6, #13-21 Yew Mei Green Singapore 689575

66406531 98540132 sanjibghosal@ fleetship.com

293

Mr Sanjib

Ghosal

42 South Buona Vista Road, ##01-06 Bayville Singapore 118166

67360137 67320132 96795701 sghose@ singnet.com.sg


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No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

294

Mr Shyamal

Ghose

Kumkum

Blk 21, Holland Drive, #14-413 Singapore 271021

67773142 aiteenkat@yahoo.com.sg

295

Mr A B

Ghosh

Ai Teen

18 Faber Drive Singapore 129348

64409281 90301558 reach_ag@hotmail. com

296

Mr Abhijit

Ghosh

Suparna Siddhant Tanya

9 Tanjong Rhu Road, #16-02, The Waterside Singapore 436894

64257384 93364571 ambarishghosh@ yahoo.com

297

Mr Ambarish

Ghosh

Sreyashi Sneha

Blk 438B Sengkang West Avenue, #16-341 Singapore 792438

91778415 / 92366773 anuradha.de@ gmail.com ami.ghosh@gmail.com

298

Mr Amit

Ghosh

Anuradha De Amlan

1 Bukit Batok St. 25, #04-01 Singapore 658882

62589045 63515754 anirban_100@ yahoo.com

299

Mr Anirban Kumar

Ghosh

Roshmi Aadarsh

7 Bassein Road, #06-02, Pastoral View Singapore 309837

64516401 96675294 anjankghosh@ yahoo.com.sg

300

Mr Anjan Kumar

Ghosh

Pampi Anupa

The Florida, Hougang Avenue 7, Block 72, #04-15 Singapore 583305

301

Mr Arup

Ghosh

Rajrupa

3 Bideford Road, #06-05 Richmond Park Singapore 229920

64689264 68280863 shostika@hotmail. com

302

Dr Aurobindo

Ghosh

Swastika Debora

1 King Albert Park, #02-14 Singapore 598326

64758214 bcghosh@singnet.com.sg

303

Dr B C

Ghosh

Bandana Sudip Rinku

3 Holland Park, #07-07 Singapore 249473

65239651 97128705 ghoshbhaswar@ yahoo.co.in

304

Mr Bhaswar

Ghosh

Sulagna Angira

6 Petir Road,#04-16 Maysprings Singapore 678267

97248119 birendra-prg@rediffmail.com

305

Mr Birendra Prasad

Ghosh

Shweta Singh

#08-03 Bedok South Avenue 3, Bedok Court Singapore

96751414 debanandaghosh@gmail.com

306

Mr Debananda

Ghosh

Chandramita Halder

Blk 64 Telok Blangah Drive, #12198 Singapore 100064

96932707 ghosh.devarun@gmail.com

36 Dover Rise, #14-05, Tower B Singapore 138698

86987438 dixit.mini@gmail.com

307

Mr Devarun Ghosh

97606342 rajrupah@yahoo.com

308

Mr Dibakar

Ghosh

Mini Drisana

Blk 53, Lorong 5 Toa Payoh, #0504 Singapore

66416256

309

Mr Dilip

Ghosh

Pari Supriya Sharmila

19, Dairy Farm Road, #09-01 Singapore 679044

64025663 62492473 91268511 / 81009310 ghosh.dilip@yahoo.com ghosh. dilip@gmail.com

310

Mr Dilip Kumar

Ghosh

Pampa Soham

Blk 1 St. George’s Road, #03-31 Singapore 320001

63001454 82017380 himadri.ghosh@ vships.com shima_ghosh@ymail.com

311

Mr Himadri

Ghosh

Shima Dipshikha Chandrika

56 Bukit Batok East Ave 5, #23-06 Regent Heights, Tower A Singapore 659804

312

Mr Joedha

Ghosh

3 Simei Street Singapore

66466694 98311918 kings@pacific.net.sg 67959577 63714340 90186773 kubalay@rediffmail.com sudeshna0205@ yahoo.com.sg

93889714 joedha@gmail.com

313

Mr Kingshuk

Ghosh

Reshma Murthy Pranav Mitul

#04-08, Tower 1B,The Bayshore, Bayshore Road Singapore 469970

314

Mr Kubalay

Ghosh

Sudeshna Kaustav

220 Westwood Avenue, #09-07 The Floravale Singapore 648352

98294801 98854434 sanchayitag@gmail. com

315

Mr Pabitra

Ghosh

Sanchayita Poulina

55 Choa Chu Kang Loop, #04-36 Warren Condo Singapore 689684

67287263 93833534 ppghosh@gmail. com ghosh.sheetal@gmail.com

316

Mr Pintu

Ghosh

Sheetal Prisha Priyanka

Blk 313A, Anchorvale Road, #14122 Singapore 541313

65692642 65681577 98352937 prabalghosh2107@hotmail.com prabal_ ghosh@singnet.com.sg

317

Mr Prabal

Ghosh

Saswati Prerona

Blk 245, Jurong East St 24, #09693 Singapore 600245

66389154 65572678 84324223 prabir1@ gmail.com

318

Mr Prabir

Ghosh

Kalyani Sudakshina Siddhartha

114A, Arthur Road, #16-08, Katong Park Towers Singapore 238436

91894066 / 91894122 ritwik2005@ gmail.com rayparoma@gmail.com


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Name

319

61

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

Mr Ritwik

Ghosh

Paroma Ray

160 Killiney Road, #11-03 La Crystal Singapore 239568

66416056 96822353 santanuurmi@ yahoo.com

320

Mr Santanu

Ghosh

Urmi Agnibho

57, Meyer Road, 21-08, The Seafront Singapore 437678

64051274 62253579 90610310 shankar_ ghosh2002@yahoo.com

321

Mr Shankar Narayan

Ghosh

Indrani Nirvik

#21-05 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5, Regent Heights Tower C Singapore

63106550 68904867 jasa_ghosh@ yahoo.com

322

Mr Shyamal Kumar

Ghosh

Jayati Arnab Anirban

83 Hillview Avenue, #05-07 Meralodge Singapore 669583

67371647 64361349 93378708 ghoshsudipmr@yahoo.com.sg

Mr Sudip Ghosh

Neetu Sunit Nishu

53 Cairnhill Road,, #08-02 Singapore 229664

65630342 66604891 90042541 sujit. ghosh@holcim.com

323 324

Dr Sujit

Ghosh

Debarati Shiladitya

65 West Coast Way, #12-28 Carabelle Singapore 127022

67327585 96602399 ssghosh@gmail. com

325

Mr Sujit

Ghosh

Sudakshina Satrajit Sulagna

28 Scotts Road, #26-04, Scotts 28 Singapore 228223

63235092 63235253 aditidastidar@ yahoo.com.sg

326

Mr Subhankar

Ghosh Dastidar

Aditi Sreemoyee

49 Spottiswood Park Road, #08-03, Oakswoode Heights Singapore 088644

66989150 98524086 sukantghoshal@ yahoo.com

327

Mr Sukanta

Ghoshal

Aditi Suditi

183A, Rivervale Crescent,#04-265 Sengkang Singapore

328

Mr Santosh

Gon

Paramita

BLK - 171, Stirling Road, #141401 Singapore 814101

62479654 62240226 emorp@singnet. com.sg

329

Mr Promode

Gopalan

Rosalene

437 Tanjong Katong Road, #14-01, Kings Mansion, Blk-A Singapore 437147

64004031 96547868 goutamgoswami@ hotmail.com

330

Mr Goutam

Goswami

Anindita Arnab Gitanjali

Blk 547, Serangoon North Ave 3, #15-156 Singapore 550547

96993041 ratnadeep.goswami@ monsanto.com

331

Mr Ratnadeep

Goswami

Parul Siddhi

9 Mt. Faber Road,#01-16 Singapore 099208

62885035

332

Mrs Gouri

Guha

333

Mr Sanjib

Guha

Suchandra Aditya

301 Jalan Bukit Ho Swee, 28-04, Meraprime Singapore 169568

64417920 92227519 skguha6@hotmail. com

334

Mr Sanjoy Kumar

Guha

Rubena Sreeya Shouvik

132 Tanjong Rhu Road,Unit 1306, Lobby G, Pebble Bay Singapore 436919

67666101 65155731 90488401 subhendu@singnet.com.sg

Aditi Shruti Antara

6 Petir Road,, #06-06, Maysprings Singapore 678267

Guha

Priyanka Oindrila Aritra

12 Stirling Road, Queens Condominium, #23-08 Singapore 148955

68732638 dikayt@hotmail.com

335

Mr Subhendu Guha

20 Bodmin Drive, Serangoon Garden Singapore 559619

81426393 santosh_gon@rediffmail.com

97285669 sanjib.guha@yahoo.com

90610850 utpal.guha@gmail.com

336

Mr Utpal

337

Mr Deepok Kumar

Guha Thakurta

Arunduthi Mahua Malini

8 Dover Rise, #17-08, Heritage View Singapore 138678

62582601

338

Mr Monil

Guha Thakurta

Maya Sujoy Sumita Monali

89 Clover Avenue Singapore 578361

67362264 97389369 amitavagr@yahoo. com

339

Mr Amitava

Guharoy

Srimanti Trina

25 Leonie Hill, Leonie Gardens Block A, #18-01 Singapore 239225

62706630 64237013 96681064 atgupta@starhub.net.sg tinku_gupta@ sgx.com

340

Mr Abhijit

Gupta

Tinku Arjit Ankit

Blk 1003, Lower Delta Road, #1704, Teresa Ville Condo Singapore 099308

62588041 68823303 Alokeparvati@ yahoo.com

341

Mr Aloke

Gupta

Parvati Rohit Mrinalini

26 Newton Road, 07-03, Newton View Singapore 307957

68745171 agupta@uow.edu.au


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No.

342

members’ directory Name

Address

Contact Details

Dr Avijit Gupta

Centre for Remote Sensing, Servising & Processing, National University of Singapore Singapore 119260

64413677

Blk 5000B, Laguna Park, #14-05 Singapore 449085

68964091 98379402 dgupta5@yahoo. com

Nidhi

37 Jurong East Avenue 1, #12-05, Parc Oasis Singapore 609775

66465242 82505618 doelmgupta@gmail. com

Surname

343

Miss Bibha

Gupta

344

Mr Dattatreya

Gupta

Spouse & Children

345

Mr Indrajit Gupta

Doel M.

66 Marine Parade Road, #21-12 Cote d’Azur Singapore 449300

64413677 96879040 atreyeepal@gmail. com

346

Mr Manob

Gupta

Atreyee

5000B Marine Parade Road,#1405 Singapore 449285

64413677 62635130 mohit.gupta@shell. com smgpt05@yahoo.com.sg

347

Mr Mohit

Gupta

Sakuntala Shandip Manob

5000-B Marine Parade Road, #14-05 Laguna Park Singapore 449285

67898986 nikgupta@starhub.net.sg

348

Mr Nikhilesh

Gupta

Sangita Ritwika Radhika

5000D Marine Parade Road, #24-14 Laguna Park Singapore 449287

349

Mrs Ratna

Gupta

Soumitra Uttara Somiran

#09-05 Horizon Towers West, Leonie Hill Singapore 239228

67898986 92387386 ritwika.net@gmail. com

350

Ms Ritwika

Gupta

5000D Marine Parade Road, #24-14, Laguna Park, Singapore 449287

64443750 96859584 gupta_bn@yahoo. com

351

Mr Santanu

Gupta

Suhrita Amit

5000-B Marine Parade Road, #16-07 Laguna Park Singapore 449285

67830774 shumit@gmail.com

352

Mr Shumit

Gupta

Debalina Simone

Blk 496B Tampines Street 43, #09-233 Singapore 525496

353

Mr Utpalendu

Gupta

Krishna

354

Mr Vinay Kumar

Gupta

Sanghamitra Sonia Sneha

355

Mr Nilay Kumar

Hait

356

Mr Dipankar

Hazra

357

Mr Sundargopal

358

ratnaguptaa@gmail.com

66186946 91295115 90020277 reshmi. gupta@hotmail.com 97 Marine Parade Road, #15-02 Marine View Mansions Singapore 449273

94854974 nilayhait@gmail.com

252 Compassvalle Street, #16-15 Singapore

67793430 Hazra.Dipankar@ AP.EmersonProcess.com mituhazra@gmail. com

Madhumita

360 Pasir Panjang Road, #0204 Gold Coast Condominium Singapore 118699

65221220 91119610 hazrasundargopal@ gmail.com

Hazra

Smita Sreejita

36 Ah Hood Road, #17-02 Casa Fortuna Singapore 329980

66374037 prodiptah@gmail.com

Mr Prodipta

Hore

Nandita Deborshee

6 Flora Road, Azalea Park Singapore

64060391 63294833 94894033 sauravhore@gmail.com hore_nandini@ yahoo.com

359

Mr Saurav

Hore

Nandini Suhita Gaurav Sumedha

Block-222, Unit#02-11 Floravale , Westwood Avenue Singapore 648355

67550342 64862079 90047050 rabiul. hossain@motorola.com sahina.khatun@ gmail.com

360

Mr Rabiul Awal

Hossain

Khatun Sahina Farzaana Hossain Areej Hossain

BLK 932, Yishun Central 1, #0493 Singapore 760932

64745259 63216998 zahirul@singnet. com.sg

361

Mr Mohammad Zahirul

Islam

Munni Tisha Mariah

Blk 91 , Tanglin Halt Road, #02300 Singapore 142091

64361591 81390042 gupta.arundhuti@ gmail.com

362

Mrs Arundati Gupta

Jacob

Jaiison Jadengiil Jaiison Jaccob

32 Lorong Mydin, #08-03 Astoria Park, Tower E Singapore 416826

67747170 68746738 atreyi@comp.nus. edu.sg

363

Mrs Atreyi

Kankanhalli

Mohan Gourav Shreya

105 Clementi Road, #07-07, Block B, Kent Vale Singapore 129789

66487303 98587930 deepanjankkar@ hotmail.com deepanjankkar@gmail.com


MILON িমলন OCTOBER 2013

members’ directory No. 364 365 366

Name

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

Mousumi Aavishkar Aavantika

9 Bukit Batok Central Link, The Jade, #11-02 Lobby B Singapore 658074

98665450 gautam92@yahoo.com mistuna@rediffmail.com

Kar

Mistuna Tanisi

236 Yishun Ring Road,#03-1004 Singapore 760236

Mr Suman Kar

Sutapa Abhijit Soumyajit

Block 556 Jurong West Street 42,#10-433 Singapore 640556

65198324 90625095 susmita_kar@ hotmail.com

Kar

Rahul Surabhi Ayushman

Block 184C, #08-201, Rivervale Crescent, Sengkang (E) Singapore

67599464 98342335 rupa7387@gmail. com

Karchaudhuri

Anup Kumar Anirban

Yishun St 21, Blk 219, 05-387 Singapore 760219

62410019 97316244 manishkhaitan@ hotmail.com 92702015 98554450 biswajitk@gmail. com

Surname

Mr Deepanjan Kar Mr Gautam

367

Mrs Susmita

368

Mrs Kasturi

369

Mr Manish

Khaitan

Shuchi Samridh Samridhi

24 Fernwood Terrace,#04-01 Singapore 458554

370

Mr Biswajit

Khan

Sharmistha Souparno

Blk 257, Serangoon Central Drive, #09-26 Singapore 550257

371

Mr Sourish

Khan

372

63

Mrs Debjani Khanna

83005470 sumankar2007@gmail.com

98103014 sourish.khan@gmail.com

Blk 510 West Coast Drive, #08303 Singapore 120510

64694531 p_k26@hotmail.com

235 Arcadia Road, Arcadia, 05-02 Singapore 289843

64678680 62250221 96150704 kripalani@galaxyconsultants.com

373

Mr Uttam

Kripalani

237 Arcadia Road, #04-06 Singapore 289844

62829808 96930174 srk13579@yahoo. com

374

Ms Aroti

Krishnan

Blk 350, Hougang Ave 7, #06649 Singapore 530350

62929879 devadas@singnet.com.sg

375

Mrs Sabita

Krishnan

Blk 56, Geylang Bahru, #20-3585 Singapore 330056

376

Mrs Mita

377

90703264 mita_k@hotmail.com

Kukreja

Sujata

2 River Valley Close, #09-05 Singapore 238428

64025450 65934206 93389150 koushik. kundu@rediffmail.com

Mr Koushik

Kundu

Tulika Koushani

Park Green, No. 2 Rivervale Link, #16-03 Singapore 545040

81856301 parag-kundu@yahoo.co.in pkundu@ntu.edu.sg

378

Mr Parag

Kundu

Sagarika Anushka

12 Farrer Park Road Singapore 210012

68772367 94317297 pkundu@ pathinfotech.com arpanakundu@yahoo. co.uk

379

Mr Prabir Kumar

Kundu

Arpana Ipsita Indranil

88 Hillview Avenue, #01-04 Hillbrooks Singapore 669590

68985363 66685847 91890612 sandipkundu44@gmail.com

380

Mr Sandip Kumar

Kundu

Pamela Muskan Rishav

50 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5, #11-06 Regent Heights Singapore 659801

66410334 92300518 sudipkundu@ hotmail.com

Mr Sudip Kundu

Debjani Sumeda

63 Bishan Street 21,, #10-04, Bishan 8 Singapore 574045

62731774 96774276 manjari_lahiri@ yahoo.com

Manjari Sanjana Anushka

20 Bukit Batok Street 52, #03-02 Singapore 659244

64470204 91722425 92951666 lahiri. piu@gmail.com ijlahiri@gmail.com

Piu Upamanyu Ayushman

7 Tanjong Rhu Road, #20-01 The Waterside Singapore 436887

90619410 swagata.lahiri@gmail.com

381 382

Dr Amitabha Lahiri

383

Mr Indrajit Lahiri

384

Mrs Swagata

Lahiri

Shouvik

2M Jalan Remaja, #04-03 Singapore 668671

92346523 sudiptol@yahoo.com monicalahiry@yahoo.co.in

385

Mr Sudipto

Lahiry

Monica Ayushi

34 Tanah Merah Kechil Road, #08-28, East Meadows Singapore 465560

66482904 93694817 jayantalal@gmail. com

386

Mr Jayanta

Lal

Sujata

3 Rhu Cross, Costa Rhu (Ancilia), #06-13 Singapore 437433

67884932 67258827 98410281 atanulodh@hotmail.com samita0809@ gmail.com

387

Mr Atanu

Lodh

Samita Akash

Blk 21 tower 1 #06-04 Pasir Ris St-72, Whitewater Singapore 518764

62689029 68613377 devlodh@ bousteadcontrols.com


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members’ directory

No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

388

Mr Debotosh

389

Mrs Neha Garg

390

Mr Subhankar

391

Lodh

Sumati Nandika

9G Yuan Ching Road, #09-76, Lakeside Towers Singapore 618649

Mahanty

Soumen

7 Siglap Road, #10-53,Mandarin Gardens Singapore

64621934 81899649 maiti_in@yahoo. com

Maiti

Lopamudra Ritabrata

216 Petir Road,, Unit No. 07-411 Singapore 670216

66494971 97336557 indrajeet.maitra1@ gmail.com

Mr Indrajeet

Maitra

Mandeep Nanaki

245 Orchard Boulevard, #20-03 Orchard Bel-Air Singapore

67328489 rakamaitra@hotmail.com

392

Mrs Raka

Maitra

Shankar Rajorshi Aurko

93 Robertson Quay, #30-04 Rivergate Singapore 238255

393

Mr Sandip

Maitra

Tulika

41 Hindhede Walk, #07-05 Southhaven 1 Singapore 587672

394

Mr Pradip Kumar

Maity

Arundhati Om Shohag

437 Tanjong Katong Rd, Kings 68982624 91782510 b_majee@ Mansion, Blk A, #22-03 Singapore rediffmail.com 437147

395

Mr Brajendra

Majee

Arunima Ankita Aniket

52 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5, #17-03 Regent Heights Singapore 659802

93880949 majumdar.anindita@gmail.com

396

Ms Anindita

Majumdar

Ashok Das

3 Bideford Road,#05-05 Singapore 229920

92335846 aveekmajumdar@yahoo.co.in

397

Mr Aveek

Majumdar

Sohini

Block 605, Yishun Street 61, #12313 Singapore 760605

66996045 63555822 90282554, 91790374, 91372545 debasis.majumdar@ nielsen.com nilamajum@gmail.com

398

Mr Debasis

Majumdar

Nilanjana Debolina Oindrila

Blk 23, #14-08, Nuovo Ang Mo Kio Ave 9 Singapore 569787

64400726 96247247 j.majumdar@ymail. com majum2003@yahoo.com.sg

399

Mr Jyotirmay

Majumdar

Manjushree Sarbajoy Jayashree Manojoy

22 How Sun Walk, Singapore 538444

64055206 93884897 sukritimajumdar23@yahoo.com.sg

400

Mrs Sukriti

Majumdar

Indranil Priyadarshini

#03-61 Queensway Tower Singapore

401

Dr Arunesh

Majumder

Anamika Ghosh

Block 724 Yishun Street 71, #12183 Singapore 760724

67498602 96528874 bikash_theke@ yahoo.com

402

Mr Bikash

Majumder

Sipra Tulip Tanirika

Blk 724, Tampines St 71, #05157 Singapore 520724

62411697

403

Mr Biren Chandra

Malakar

Sandhya

3 Carmen Terrace Singapore 459682

65207601 92393035 malakar.raja@gmail. com

404

Mr Raja

Malakar

Debasree

Blk 264B Compassvale Bow, #09-50 Singapore 542264

65675243 64668551 malliks04@yahoo. co.in

405

Mr Sudipta

Mallik

Soma shreyan

3 Bukit Batok Street 25, #1002, Tower2, Parkview Condo Singapore 658881

62426442 91094699 rathinmandal72@ gmail.com mrathin@yahoo.com

406

Mr Rathin

Mandal

Sanjeeda Das Hrishiraj Ritujit

10 Chai Chee Road, #07-05 Singapore 467010

62422617 bhim_mozoomdar@ofs.edu.sg

407

Dr Bhim Prasad

Mazoomdar

408

Mr Priyaranjan

Mazumdar

Mallika Trisha

28 Upper Serangoon View, #0935 Rio-Vista Singapore 534207

96123031 sharmistha.mazumdar@gmail. com

409

Mrs Sharmistha

Mazumdar

Amit Kr Mukherjee

Blk 458, Avenue 9 Tampines, #08-304 Singapore 520458

64762465 63954876 92235275,97305463 smazumdar2000@ gmail.com smazumdar2000@yahoo.co.in

410

Mr Susanta

Mazumdar

Subhasri Adrija

370-G, Alexandra Road, #1310, The Anchorage Singapore 159960

64061066 82821234 paromitamehta@ yahoo.com

411

Ms Paromita C

Mehta

Samir Abushree Aditi

31 Ford Avenue, Singapore

8124845 deepakmishra1947@yahoo. com

41 Jalan Jelita Singapore 278365

Contact Details 83365892 nehagarg28@gmail.com

86043485 maitra_sandip@yahoo..com 67894535 62256015 rinki.maity@gmail. com pradipmt@yahoo.com

96193959 aruneshmajumder@aol.co.uk

83834386 priyaranjanm@gmail.com


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Name

412

Mr Dipak Kumar

Mishra

31 Roberts Lane Singapore 218292

413

Mr Siddharth

Mishra

30 Bayshore Road,, #12-02, The Bayshore Singapore 469974

63000462 81892861 mishra@mosmsg. com.sg

414

Mr Sumit Kumar

Mishra

Anindita Ahana

54 Choa Chu Kang North 7, #0639 Singapore 689529

64684955 65071205 96331102 amitmitra@yahoo.com amit.mitra@merck. com

415

Mr Amit

Mitra

Javeri Aryan

42 Choa Chu Kang Street 64, #02-16, The Singapore 689104

64693902 amitkmitra@yahoo.com

416

Dr Amit Kanta Kumar

Mitra

55A Coronation Rd West Singapore 269268

64062857 kchatt@gmail.com

417

Mrs Asima

Mitra

97 Cashew Road, #08-03, Cashew Heights Singapore 679668

67332471 64398063 kallolmitra@ hotmail.com

418

Mr Kallol

Mitra

29 Leonie Hill, #15-06, Horizon Tower West Singapore 239228

64521400 93521949 98366226

419

Mrs Mini

Mitra

Blk 234, Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #121128 Singapore 560234

66965710 97737291 soumenmitra67@ gmail.com

420

Mr Soumen

Mitra

Srabanti Trina Avik

477 River Valley Road, #17-02 Valley Park Singapore 243862

67777604 91372631 91267500 mitra. subroto@gmail.com dipanwita.mitra@ gmail.com

421

Mr Subroto

Mitra

Dipanwita Sanjana Sanraj

Blk 202, Clementi Road, #09-204 Singapore 129783

422

Mr Sudipto

Mitra

Debjani Disha

Block 50, #07-01 Madeira Condominium, Bukit Batok Street 31 Singapore 659442

63449805 84486172 swapnamitra3@ gmail.com

Bhargab

125 Meyer Road,, #07-04, The Makena Singapore 437936

64640083 65166839 97382934 tulika@ comp.nus.edu.sg abhik@comp.nus.edu.sg

Mitra

Dr. Abhik Roychoudhury Jishnu

137 Sunset Way, #03-10 Singapore 597159

66381204 ankita_mondal67@yahoo. com.sg

Lina Ankita Avishek

6 Sin Ming Road, #03-08 Sing Min Plaza Singapore 575585

423

Surname

Mrs Swapna Mitra

424

Dr Tulika

425

Mr Asit Kumar

Mondal

426

Mr Joydeep

Mondal

427

Mr Debashis

Mondal

428

Mr Sanjay Kumar

Mondal

429

Mr Sonu Kumar

Mondal

430

Mr Swarup Kumar

Mondal

431

Mr Sridev

432

Spouse & Children

Aditi Soumi Vinayak

Address

65

Contact Details 97399507 sidmishra1@gmail.com

92315841 sudiptomitra9@yahoo.com.sg

82991411 joydeepmondal.4u@gmail.com

Blk 246 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5 Singapore

62452740 63294869 97319667 moushami74@yahoo.com debashismondal@yahoo.com

Moushami Dipannita Debolina Dipshikha

21 Jln. Sempadan, Villa Marina, #01-10, Tower - 10. Singapore 457398

66897715 82233008 mondal.sanjay@ ymail.com

Suparna Ryan

82 Hillview Avenue, #08-04 Chantilly Rise Singapore 669581

81518960 sandyarya1@gmail.com

65 Marine Drive, #02-160 Singapore 440065

65665001 81576806 swarup_mondal@ hotmail.com hiswarup@gmail.com

Sristi

Blk 145 Rivervale Drive, #10-529 Singapore 540145

62442144 97596590 sridev@singnet. com.sg

Mookerjea

Ranjana Soham

359 Kew Crescent Singapore 465968

66336331 81833875 lopamudra_ moulik@yahoo.co.in

Mrs Lopamudra

Moulik

Subhendu Abhinav

Blk - 193, #13-785, Rivervale Drive, Sengkang Singapore 540193

64404273 91273454 brotinm@lycos.com

433

Mr Brotin

Muhuri

Shrabanti Brototi Sayantani

11 Tanjong Rhu Road, #10-04, The Waterside Singapore 436896

90220173 deepshikha.mukerji@abbott. com

434

Mrs Deepshikha

Mukerji

30 Keppel Bay Drive, #05-46 Caribbean@Keppel Bay Singapore 098650

64492320 62360498 91190854 pakhi@ singnet.com.sg


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members’ directory

No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

435

Mr Amit Bikram

Mukherjee

Monika Indrakshee

Block 5, Marine Vista, #18-45 Neptune Court Singapore 449029

67922204 64234631 ananya. mukherjee@gmail.com

436

Mrs Ananya

Mukherjee

Swarup Sampoorna

31A Nanyang Avenue, #10-02, Nanyang Heights Singapore 639804

66738531 91145531 / 81895666 iamhere.neel@gmail.com

437

Mr Aniruddha

Mukherjee

Riya Chowdhury

Blk 114 Teck Whye Lane, #05686 Singapore 680114

66893903 91072175 avi_pepo@yahoo. com

438

Mr Avishek

Mukherjee

Nabamita Rushali

Blk 376 Clementi Avenue 4, #07104 Singapore

62747880 90042446 91448034 debneel@3i-infotech.com mukherjeemona@hotmail.com

439

Mr Debneel

Mukherjee

Mona Aditya Arunima

42 Keppel Bay Drive, #06110, Caribbean @ Kepple Bay Singapore 098656

67320736 91543301 RINI47@hotmail. com

440

Mrs Indrani Mukherjee

15 Leonie Hill Road, #14-02, Horizon Tower East Singapore 239194

90218820 jayeetam@gmail.com

55 Chestnut Drive Singapore 679329

65038151 98579747 shrey77@gmail. com joymukherji@hotmail.com

441

Miss Jayeeta

Mukherjee

442

Mr Joydeep

Mukherjee

Shreya Inesh

278 Ocean Drive, #01-18,The Coast @ Sentosa Cove Singapore 098450

83882042 kheya85@gmail.com subhamsarkar1001@gmail.com

443

Mrs Kamalika

Mukherjee

Subham Sarkar

Blk 21, Hougang Avenue 3, #11243 Singapore

64010859 66685884 91693761 mukherjee_km@hotmail.com mausumi_ mm@hotmail.com

444

Mr Kaushik

Mukherjee

Mausumi Bristy

#09-01 Summerdale Condominium, Block 2, 2 Boon Lay Drive Singapore 649925

67764598 62658300 pankaj@starhub. net.sg

445

Dr Pankaj Kumar

Mukherjee

Champakali

Blk 715, Clementi West Street 2, #06-91 Singapore 120715

64005610 81830572 81838572 piyali68@hotmail.com

446

Mr Prasenjit

Mukherjee

Piyali Pratyusha Prinita

Block 50 Chua Chu Kang North 6, #16-06, Yew Mei Green Singapore 689574

67380852 68363955 pmukherjee@usel. biz

447

Mr Prasoon

Mukherjee

Subhalakshmi Prashant Pronoy

#28-03 Scotts High Park, Scotts Road Singapore

68750752 questsea@singnet.com.sg

448

Dr Sabyasachi

Mukherjee

Gouri

55 Chestnut Drive Singapore 679329

67563196 63476100 98004330 siddhartha60@hotmail.com

449

Mr Siddhartha

Mukherjee

Pritha Sohini Sayani

Blk 367, Yishun Ring Road, #091524 Singapore 760367

64000887 81439790 subhendu_ mukherjee2001@yahoo.com

Manashi Srimoyee

128 Hillview Avenue, #08-03 Hillview 128 Singapore 669595

66930591 90684381 sudeshna.icici@ gmail.com

9 Jalan Membina, #03-01 Central Green Condo Singapore 169483

66801676 83997060 mukherjeelily@ yahoo.com

450

Mr Subhendu Mukherjee

451

Mrs Sudeshna Mukherjee

452

Mrs Sujata

Mukherjee

Santanu Sruti Shiladitya

13 Siglap Avenue Singapore 456313

96438515 jaeita@gmail.com

453

Mr Suranjan

Mukherjee

Jaeita

7 Siglap Road, #03-67, Mandarin Gardens Singapore 448909

65198734 65051714 96526870 suvartham@gmail.com

454

Mr Suvartha

Mukherjee

Sanchita

#18-13, Le Crescendo Apts, 233 Paya Lebar Road Singapore 409044

98304953 reachtania@rediffmail.com

Saikat Shayan

130 Tanjong Rhu Road,Lobby J, Pebble Bay, #04-02 Singapore 436918

68928191 youaim@yahoo.com

Mukherjee

Sharmila Seemanti Paushali

165 Gangsa Road, #07-76 Singapore 670165

66383215 81867851 mukerji66@yahoo. com

Mukherji

Gunjan Snigdha

3 Juron East Street 32, The Mayfair, Tower 3, #04-01 Singapore 609478

65543257 81891859 deb_mukherji@ hotmail.com swatimukherji@hotmail.com

455

Mrs Tania Mukherjee

456

Mr Udayan

457

Mr Bhashkar


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No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

458

Mr Deb

Mukherji

Swati Ankita

168 Lentor Loop, Bullion Park, Tower 2, # 09-01 Singapore 789098

459

Mr Soumitro

Mukherji

Munmun/ Baishali Dahlia Rohan

11 Gilstead Road,#05-01 Morimasa Garden Singapore 309065

65202423 96828387 amartya. mukherjee@gmail.com sharmila1213@ gmail.com

460

Dr Amartya

Mukhopadhyay

Sharmila Ayushi

456 Corporation Road, Parc Vista Tower 4, #08-03 Singapore 649813

68412837 98718421 tanusree@tp.edu.sg Madhusudan.Mukho@ssmc.com

461

Dr Madhusudan

Mukhopadhyay

Dr. Tanusree Adhikari Prithviraj Ujjayini

Blk 2, #10-04, Butterworth 8, Butterworth Lane Singapore 439445

97716067 / 92998627 sam_mukh@ yahoo.com sashmukh@yahoo.com

462

Mr Samiran

Mukhopadhyay

Saswati Ishaan Neiladri

8 Ang Mo Kio Central, #14-30 Grandeur Singapore 567749

63121982 63365251 90884506 kalyan_ mukhuti@yahoo.com.sg banani.mukhuti@ gmail.com

463

Mr Kalyan

Mukhuti

Banani Sayantan

Block 157C, # 09-629 Rivervale Crescent, Sengkang (East) Singapore 543157

66400945 86061605 parvez.murshed@ gmail.com

464

Mr Khandaker Parvez

Murshed

Sabrina Karim Khandaker Ihab

9 Tanjong Rhu Road, #08-01, The Waterside Singapore 436894

465

Mr Sumallya

Nag

Abhinanda Vedanth Siddhanth

10 West Coast Crescent, #06-05 West Cove, Tower 3B Singapore 128041

67665654 63390257 tapash@pacific. net.sg

466

Mr Tapash

Nag

Ira Dass Sumit Saptrashi

Blk 408, Choa Chu Kang Ave 3, #05-299 Singapore 680408

64739477 62662733 jaideepnandi@ hotmail.com

467

Mr Jaideep

Nandi

Jaita Ipshita Oishani

370H, Alexandra Road, #1602, The Anchorage Singapore 159961

62359358 98367443 rahulknandi@ yahoo.com

468

Mrs Nandita

Nandi

Indrani Debjani

176A Orchard Road, #07-53, Centrepoint Apt Singapore 238844

96556365

469

Mr Bhaskar

Nandy

3 Nathan Road,#04-06 Regency Park Singapore 248726

97736454 kunalcs@gmail.com

470

Mr Kunal

Nandy

807 Woodlands St 81, #05-205 Singapore 730807

67289298 98002905 kmtnandy@ starhub.net.sg

471

Mrs Minoo

Nandy

Tilottama

6 Angklong Lane, #03-04, Faber Garden Singapore 579980

84685770 equity9@hotmail.com

472

Ms Ameeta

Nandy Chatterjee

A Shamir Shweta Akash Neil

#04-01 Balmoral 8,Balmoral Road Singapore 259792

66512138 66685079 91208940 ANath@ mcdermott.com amitabha1965@gmail. com

473

Mr Amitabha

Nath

Soma Abhishek Sarthak

12 Farrer Park Road,#03-13 Singapore 210012

64012696 83607274 deblina@ primecareers.org

474

Mr Chandan P.K.

Nath

Deblina Nikitha Nishant

1, Simei Street 3, #06-15 Singapore 529890

64490029 62262565 92956175 jkniyogi@gmail.com

475

Mr Jawahar Kantha

Niyogi

Ruma Amrit Niyogi

62 Havelock Road, River Place, Tower B1, Unit 02-04 Singapore 169659

68989697 65790761 abhipsa_cal@ singnet.com.sg Abhimanyau_pal@spd. org.sg

476

Mr Abhimanyau

Pal

Purba Abhipsa

50 Bukit Batok East Ave 5, #19-08, Tower C, Regent Heights Singapore 659801

64744574 98256175 devmona@gmail. com

477

Mr Debabrata

Pal

Monomita Iraj

370H Alexandra Road, #1207 The Anchorage Singapore 159961

63455440 96734639 palpradip@gmail. com

478

Mr Pradipto

Pal

Anjali Neha

72 Bayshore Road, #02-13 Singapore 469988

66380254 83554602 prasenjitk.pal@ gmail.com

479

Mr Prasenjit Kumar

Pal

Parama Datta

Block 767 Choa Chu Kang Street 54, #10-43 Singapore 680767

62216015 63231832 81888437 rajivpalm@gmail.com moutumpa@yahoo. com

83282933 mrsmukherji@gmail.com

sumallyanag@gmail.com


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No.

Name

480

Mr Rajiv Kumar

481

Mr Jayesh A

482

Mr Tapan Krishna

483

Mr Nirankar

484

Mr Binod

485 486 487

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

Pal

Moutushi Koyena Pal

130 Cantonment Road, #11-03, The Beacon Singapore 089775

63486418 98157655 jayeshparekh50@ gmail.com

Parekh

Mona J Freya J Jesal J

114A Arthur Road, #21-08, Katong Park Towers Singapore 439826

62214452 96564400 tapan.pattanaik@ bergebulk.com

14, Dragon Mansion, #1417, Spottiswoode Park Road Singapore

65203386 94502977 nirankarpatwa@ gmail.com

Pattanaik Patwa

Sangeeta Jessica Anushka

8 Boon Lay Drive, #08-18 Summerdale Singapore 649928

64048294 92335350 binod.patwari@ linde.com

Patwari

Sima Diya

60 Kim Seng Road, #24-02 Tribeca Singapore

67629423 68921704 debnath.paul@ gmail.com rumu.paul@gmail.com

Mr Debnath

Paul

Rumu Debaleena

2B Hong San Walk, #10-06 Palm Gardens Singapore 689048

64193125 97288341 diptendrapaul@ yahoo.com

Mr Diptendra

Paul

Subhra Meghna

16 West Coast Crescent, #03-10 West Cove Singapore 128044

64649957 97214607 indradip@yahoo. com

Sharmistha Ishika

2 Petir Road, #15-04, Maysprings Cond0 Singapore 678265

64870743 63928406 dipikapaul@hotmail. com

Mr Indradip Paul

488

Mr Kumar Debasish

Paul

Anamika Saimon Dipika

Blk 419, Serangoon Central, #05428 Singapore 550419

67942845

489

Mr P K

Paul

Pranati

Blk 268B, Boon Lay Drive, #09564 Singapore 642268

65206602 91010453 sagar_paul@ mindtree.com

490

Mr Sagar

Paul

Sharmistha Arnav Rishabh

62 Bayshore Road, #22-01, Pearl Tower, Bayshore Park Singapore 469983

67297745 83005356 saibalp@rediffmail. com

491

Mr Saibal

Paul

Jayati Sourav

#07-04 Tower 3, Bullion Park, 166 Lentor Loop Singapore

64767695 91767457 tanivoire@gmail. com yeenapaul@yahoo.com

492

Mr Sumit Kumar

Paul

Yeena Tanya

25 Holland Hill, #01-04 Holland Peak Singapore 287740

68989546 96335430 supriyopaul@ hotmail.com

493

Mr Supriyo

Paul

Pompi Pratyush Rupsa

220 Westwood Avenue, #06-08, The Flora Vale Singapore 648352

64009850 98583221 keyap1@hotmail. com

494

Dr Tapas Kumar

Paul

Keya Rivik Shourick

169 Jalan Jurong Kechil, #03-07 Singapore 598669

64007969 90887928 pharikal@vsnl.com shrabani76@hotmail.com

495

Mr Asit Kumar

Pharikal

Shrabani Vivek

Bukit Batok St 25, Park View Condominium, #13-05, 43 Tower 3 Singapore 658880

64060032 62159525 83990447 joyitap@ gmail.com saikatp@hotmail.com

496

Mr Saikat

Poddar

Joyita Shashin

7 Siglap Road, Mandarin Gardens, #13-55, Lobby N Singapore 448909

63439366 65350220 97834070 sarajitp@ yahoo.com

497

Mr Sarajit

Poddar

Tina Triparna Ishan

Blk 183, #11-266, Edgefield Plains, Punggol, Singapore 820183

97718972 mithu50@rediffmail.com

498

Mr Sougata

Poddar

Mithu Kabya

52 Toh Tuck Road Singapore 596743

63000609 81635040 arooppradhan@ yahoo.com

499

Mr Aroop Kumar

Pradhan

Madhavi Abhyarthana Aaryana

Blk 145 Lorong Ah Soo, #02-137 Singapore

66497751 81815445 sukanya. pushkarna@gmail.com

500

Mrs Sukanya

Pushkarna

Puneet Prakriti Prayuj

7 Thomson Lane, #08-03 Singapore 297725

64454695 64235983 96628560 anindya. putatunda@gmail.com

501

Mr Anindya

Putatunda

Kojagari Anwesha

#02-02 The Clearwater, 2 Bedok Reservoir View Singapore 479232

64724724 mpemusta@nus.edu.sg fauzia_mustafiz@hotmail.com

502

Prof Mustafizur

Rahman

Fauzia Nabil Nafis Nahin

28 Jalan Kelabu Asap, Chip Bee Gardens Singapore 278221

65191420 82830680 bk_rakshit@yahoo. co.in

503

Mrs Kakoli

Rakshit

Barun Kumar Brijesh Regent Heights, #22-07 Bukit Shiksha Shakshy Batok East Avenue 5 Singapore

504

Mr Somesh Kumar

Rakshit

Paromita Rishav Utsav

618 Choa Chu Kang North 7, #12425 Singapore 680618

67693371 someshcal@gmail.com skparomita@gmail.com 96605586 saunakrai@gmail.com


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Name

505

Mr Saunak

506

Mrs Swarnali

507

Mrs Mira

Rao

508

Mr Tapan Kumar

Rao

509

Mr Anirban

510

69

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

Rai

Purnima Sen Arihan

370E Alexandra Road, #07-08 Singapore 159958

65261321 93822445 ranaswarnali09@ yahoo.com

Rana

Sounak

8 Hougang St 92, #01-07 Regent Ville, Tower 4 Singapore 538686

64811002

84 Kasai Road Singapore 808331

65327233 62327805 tkr@mindtrac.com pdaswani@mindtrac.com

Prabha Tanvi Prapti

3 Tanjong Rhu Road, #23-04 The Waterside Singapore 436881

68629226 97385867 raydeepali@yahoo. com

Ray

Deepali Meghna Aarush

Blk24, Bukit Batok St 52, #06-03, Guilin View Singapore 659244

90697058 82988074 debi200846@ yahoo.com

Mrs Debi

Ray

Amitava Adhrit

913 Toa Payoh Lor 1, #15-02 Singapore 319772

66484431 90089031 koushik.rita@gmail. com

511

Mr Koushik

Ray

Debadrita Ritodeep

232 Westwood Avenue, #02-32 The Floravale Singapore 648360

64649294 67725351 91710051 mantoshr@yahoo.com raymant@gmail. com

512

Dr Manotosh

Ray

Indrani Keenjal Ray

85 Hillview Avenue, #08-01 The Petals Singapore 669587

85000375 nilanjanr@yahoo.com jayeetabose@yahoo.com

513

Mr Nilanjan

Ray

Jayeeta Niharika

2 Indus Road, #07-08 Emerald Park Singapore 169586

64565244 ray.partha@gmail.com

514

Mr Partha

Ray

Sahana Sugoto Shohini

7 Siglap Road, #21-63 Mandarin Gardens Singapore 448909

67558894 81135359 ray.partha@gmail. com chandranisr@gmail.com

515

Mr Partha Sarathi

Ray

Chandrani Shreya Shuchi

5 Siglap Road, #16-46 Mandarin Gardens Singapore 448908

62536385 98382401 pinakiray2003@ yahoo.com rupa.ray@gmail.com

516

Mr Pinaki

Ray

Rupa

52 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5, Tower B Regent Heights,, # 04-02 Singapore 659802

96308984 captraja@gmail.com

517

Capt Raja

Ray

Sujata Saurav Souvik

50 Telok Blangah Road, #05-02 Singapore 098828

64002843 90731950 ramashishray@ gmail.com

518

Mr Ramashish

Ray

51 Hindhede Walk, 05-08, Springdale Singapore 587975

66484715 97273760 sandipan.ray@ db.com

519

Mr Sandipan

Ray

Prionka Sagarika Anushka

Hill Crest Road,15J Hill Crest Villa Singapore 286759

96720555 / 97860923 subhashisray@ yahoo.com shaluray@yahoo.com

520

Mr Subhashis

Ray

Shalu Nikita Aryaan

12 Bedok Reservoir View, #1235 The Clearwater Singapore 479237

62741092 96537475 sumonray@gmail. com

521

Mr Sumon Kumar

Ray

Somali

Blk 539 Bukit Panjang Ring Road, #03-851 Singapore 670539

63106602 98636985 raychaud@singnet. com.sg

Joyotee Ananya Arjo

Blk 52, Choa Chu Kang North 6, #07-14, Yew Mei Green Singapore 689575

65462654 irc747@yahoo.com.sg indranil@isonfund.com

522

Mr Indrajit Ray Chaudhury

523

Mr Indranil

Ray Chaudhury

Shreya Ishan Orjun

12 Flora Road, #06-02, Azalea Park Singapore 509730

65462654 anjurc@gmail.com

524

Mr S

Ray Chaudhury

Anjali

12 Flora Road, #06-02, Azalea Park Singapore 509730

65202834 63179477 98360018 ranadevr@gmail.com r_rc2001@yahoo. com

525

Mr Ranadev

Ray Choudhury

Ayana Rishita

1 Rhu Cross, #12-10 Singapore 437431

93294606 lopa.mitra@gmail.com pratikrc@gmail.com

526

Mr Pratik

Raychowdhury

Lopa Pranit

31 Hind Hede Walk,, #03-07, Southaven 2 Singapore 587967

62261803 ovpl@pacific.net.sg

527

Mr Amitava

Roy

19 Keppel Road, #07-07, Jit Poh Building Singapore 089058

98500291 roy_arijit@hotmail.com

528

Mr Arijit

Roy

Smita Aahana

Blk 27, 29 Jalan Sempadan, #03-09, Villa Marina Singapore 457402

62887484 96454529 atanu@ dataconweb.com

529

Mr Atanu

Roy

Indrani Arpan Rajarshi

50 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5, # 25-02 Regent Heights Singapore 659801

68972350 65083829 81389350 barnali. roy@dnv.com barnali0129@gmail.com


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No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

530

Mrs Barnali

Roy

Salil Archit Roy

25 Pasir Panjang Court, Pasir Panjang Drive Singapore 118974

67894684 debasish.roy@hp.com Debasish_hp@yahoo.com

531

Mr Debasish

Roy

Suparna Debajit Debopom

1 Bukit Batok Street 25, #12-19 Parkview Apartments Singapore 658882

532

Mr Debasish

Roy

Sanchita Krishnendu

207B, Compassvale Lane Singapore 543207

64671651 hena@dartistryasia.com

533

Mrs Hena

Roy

1P Pine Grove, #03-76 Singapore 591401

62350276 96368024 indranilroysg@ yahoo.com.sg Priyum@yahoo.com

534

Mr Indranil

Roy

Priyadarshini Siddharth

335 Bukit Timah Road, #07-03, Wing On Life Garden Singapore 259718

62800141 63476122 93254224 jkroy@iii. com.sg royrinku2006@yahoo.com

535

Mr Jayanta Kumar

Roy

Sriparna Sarbajit Sreejeet

Blk 1, Lorong Lew Lian, #07-20 Singapore 531001

536

Mr Kaushik

Roy

Tunula Chewang Tivon

7 Marine Vista,#19-09, Neptune Court Singapore 449031

65957487 96479358 kaustab.roy@citi. com kaustabroy@yahoo.com

537

Mr Kaustab

Roy

Ayana Agastya Roy

1 Tanamera Ketchil Road, Unit # 06-05 Singapore 466663

64436124 surroy@pacific.net.sg

538

Mrs Manju

Roy

539

Mrs Mohua

Roy

Vineet

9 Rhu Cross, #12-04 Costa Rhu Singapore 437436

64091851 81890975 nabayanroy@gmail. com

540

Mr Nabayan

Roy

Pampa Ridhima

170 Lentor Loop, Bullion Park, Tower 1, #10-05 Singapore 789099

62809541

541

Mr Nirmal Chandra

Roy

Anupama Shima

45 Chartwell Drive Singapore 558739

67746291 91723504 chaitaliroy@hotmail. com

542

Dr Partha

Roy

Chaitali Ahona Adrija

Blk F, 107 Clementi Road, #05-06 (Kent Vale) Singapore 129790

65022370 65861170 82230625 rajlakshmi@gmail.com

543

Mrs Rajlakshmi

Roy

Atul Akash

370E Alexandra Road, #0208, The Anchorage Singapore 159958

91140872 roy.ranodeb@gmail.com

544

Mr Ranodeb

Roy

479 River Valley Road, #16-05 Singapore 248364

65620956 roysalilkumar@yahoo.com

Snigdha

Blk 413, Pandan Gardens, #15133 Singapore 600413

97699258 85227978 sanj_y@yahoo.com soumi5_roy@yahoo.com

545

Dr Salil Roy

5000L Marine Parade Road, #05-51, Lagoon View Singapore 449293

98565375 d-roy70in@yahoo.co.in

82281014 kroy79@gmail.com

85468164 roy.mohua@gmail.com

546

Mr Sanjoy

Roy

Soumi

26 Upper Seragoon View, #03-31, 68368472 81267726 saptakroy@hotmail. Rio Vista Singapore 534206 com

547

Mr Saptak

Roy

Barnali Rukmini

100 Clemenceau Avenue North,, #08-103 Cavenagh House Singapore 229491

65246493 84073734 roy.sharmili@gmail. com

548

Mrs Sharmili

Roy

Anmol Sethy

7 Pemimpin Drive, #11-04 Singapore 576150

64671651 shorbaniroy@yahoo.com

549

Miss Shorbani

Roy

1P Pine Grove, #03-76 Singapore 591401

64091834 91447106 uni16624@gmail. com

550

Mr Siddhartha

Roy

kamala Joyita

26 Bayshore Road, #15-05, The Bayshore Singapore 469972

97115671 roy.sudipto@mindshareworld. com

551

Mr Sudipta

Roy

Ipsita Banerjee Naisha Tanishka

83 Carlisle Road, #07-05 Mera Springs Singapore 219648

67280026 68904800 90685192 sukanta2212@yahoo.co.in rsukanta@ hotmail.com

552

Mr Sukanta

Roy

Sampa Souvik

52 Choa Chu Kang North 6, #04-13 Yew Mei Green Singapore 689575

64091834 roy.kamala@yahoo.com.sg

553

Mrs Sumita

Roy

26 Bayshore Road, #15-05, The Bayshore Singapore 469972

65197525 92480280 troyman06@yahoo. co.in manasi_ry@yahoo.co.in


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Name

554

71

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

Mr Tapas

Roy

Manasi Deepanwita Deboleena

1 Bukit Batok East St 25, #09-11, Park VIew Apartments Singapore 658882

68447072 tapatisom@gmail.com

555

Mrs Tapati

Roy

Abhijit Anurag Ayusman

1 Rivervale Link, The Rivervale, #10-11 Singapore 545118

66416056 96822353 santanuurmi@ yahoo.com

556

Ms Deepashree

Roy Chaudhury

57, Meyer Road, 21-08, The Seafront Singapore 437678

65825094 93675440 indramit@gmail. com

557

Mr Amit

Roy Choudhury

Indrani Saheli

Blk 33, Pasir Ris Drive 3, #12-01, Eastvale Singapore 519492

66859408 91693202 rcindranil@yahoo. com

558

Mr Indranil

Roy Choudhury

Sudipta Tannistha Roopkatha

370F Alexandra Road, #0903 The Anchorage Singapore 159953

64069759 8168 4952 koma_partha@ hotmail.com

559

Mr Partha Protim

Roy Choudhury

Koma Prithula Debasmit

16 Simei St 1,, #10-08 Melville Park Singapore 529942

67534270 91299961 pchoud@aettankers.com

560

Mr Prodeep

Roy Choudhury

Madhumita Pronoy Jaya

60 Compassvale Bow, #16-38 Singapore 544993

64011932 64205123 90023694 prosantoroychoudhury@gmail.com

561

Mr Prosanta

Roy Choudhury

Sonali Rupali Priyanka

6 Jalan Lempeng, #12-03, Park West Singapore 128795

68875058 68602260 81810538 dev. rudra@pw.utc.com anushua@yahoo.com

562

Mr Dev

Rudra

Anushua Anika Ananya

10 Cuscaden Walk,#10-04 Four Season Park Singapore 249693

65282147 92320886 gautam.rudra@citi. com

563

Mr Gautam

Rudra

Monali Roman

188 Keng Lee Road, #22-01 Rochelle at Newton Singapore 308414

63141794 90610454 90610454 sahaashis2002@yahoo.com.sg

564

Mr Ashis

Saha

Mita Soumi

Blk 407, Choa Chu Kang Ave 3, 11-297 Singapore 680407

67477633 98277051 saha_asit@yahoo. com

565

Mr Asit Kumar

Saha

Munmun Amrit

Blk 121 Kim Tian Place, #13-74 Singapore 160121

63527246 Bikash.Saha@ standardchartered.com

566

Mr Bikash

Saha

Sumana Akanksha

16 Dunearn Road, #12-02, Dunearn Gardens Singapore 309420

567

Mr Debashish

Saha

Nandini Rusha Anwesha

Block 11, #07-04 Simei Green, Simei Street 4 Singapore

67560873 62857833 9693 4490 gtmsaha@yahoo.com saha@khatibeng. com

568

Mr Gautam Kumar

Saha

Esha Arjun Saha Akash Saha

Blk 634, #03-50, Yishun Street 61 Singapore 760634

67267104 93824905 kaushik.saha.in@ gmail.com

569

Mr Kaushik

Saha

Mukulika Dibyadeep

55 Tampines Avenue 1,#04-03 Singapore 529773

67299895 98567568 linasaha1@gmail. com ramlinasaha@gmail.com

Mrs Lina Saha

Ram Krishna Megha Monali

323 Sembawang Close, #06-315 Singapore 750323

63970208 97433706 parna_saha@ yahoo.com rajasaha@gmail.com

570

90607533 dsaha63@hotmail.com

571

Mr Raja

Saha

Madhumita Ishani Anisha

Blk 691, Jurong West Central 1, #05-177 Singapore 640691

65203215 64083855 90287691 tanmmoy@yahoo.com

572

Mr Tanmoy

Saha

Sanchita Soumyadip Ranadip

50 Bukit Batok East Ave 5, #14-05, Regent Heights, Tower C Singapore 659801

97267223 92432231 somasray@gmail. com tsray@aet-tankers.com

573

Mr Tamal

Saha Ray

Soma Aritra

Block 27, Lorong Lew Lian, #0407. Cherry Hill Condominium Singapore

64021721 64335209 98333347 milansamaddar@gmail.com

574

Mr Milan Kumar

Samaddar

Shelly Akshata

#05-04, Blk 202, Eastern Lagoon - II, Upper East Coast Road Singapore 455284

575

Mr Debabrata

576

Mr Anindya

Sarkar

Chandankana Arko Aalok Shome Deepto

5 Siglap Road, #21-44 Mandarin Garden Singapore 448908

577

Mr Avik

Sarkar

Amrita Avinandan Vinayak

5 Siglap Road, #04-33 Mandarin Gardens Singapore 448908

385 Pasir Panjang Road, #04-04 Villa de West Singapore 118719

Samanta

92356453 panchgara@yahoo.co.in 67262150 jhumka@gmail.com 98595943 avik123_sarkar@yahoo.com 96362637 mou_bsp@yahoo.com


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No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

578

Mrs Moumita

Sarkar

Bikram

Blk F, 39 Jurong East Ave 1, #0306, Parc Oasis Singapore 609776

90111890 sarkarp2002@yahoo.com sarkar_susmita@yahoo.com

579

Mr Pradipta

Sarkar

Susmita Ushmil Uddalak

Blk 342 Woodlands Ave 1, #06645 Singapore 730342

66996170 90306375, 94854881 captrsarkar@rediffmail.com

580

Capt Rupnarayan

Sarkar

Jhilli Raya

9 Rivervale Crescent, #11-28 Rivervale Crest Singapore 545086

64400107 62243119 97394942 manishasarkar@gmail.com sarkarsubrata@gmail.com

581

Mr Subrata

Sarkar

Manisha Aroni Ayoni

79 Meyer Road, #04-01, Casa Mey Fort Singapore 437906

64167593 91500158 sudip_iit@yahoo. com

Ishani

41 Hume Avenue, #08-07 Singapore 598738

67793717 83459134 csarker@hotmail. com chadni_92@hotmail.com 64019640 98506499 ansax@rediffmail. com

582

Mr Sudip Sarkar

583

Mrs Chandana

Sarker

Swapan Kumar Mithil Chadni

Blk 457, Clementi Avenue 3, #16578 Singapore 120457

584

Mrs Kankana Ghosh

Saxena

Anshul

22 Simei Street, #05-12 Melville Park Singapore

585

Mr Agniva

Sen

586

Mr Amlan

Sen

587

Mr Ayan

588

97751362 sen.agniva@ymail.com

408 Joo Chiat Place Singapore 428045

68814875 91845082 senamlan@yahoo. co.in

Brotiti Aaditya

12 Hougang St 92, #02-06, Singapore 538688

81217160 ayanarpita@yahoo.com arpitadatta5@gmail.com

Sen

Arpita Anika Aayudh

12 Cuscaden Walk, #18-02 Singapore 249694

62354727 sendeban@yahoo.com

Mr Debanjan

Sen

Shubhashree Samadrita Daivik

16 Balmoral Cresent, #07-03 Balmoral Residences Singapore 259910

62359484 63056058 91163626 / 91150343 deepsen@dbs.com deepsen34@hotmail.com

589

Mr Deep

Sen

Sreyashi Datta Neel Ayon

11 Tanjong Rhu Road, #06-04 Waterside Singapore 436896

67792012 90104114 gopasen@yahoo. com s.indranil@gmail.com

590

Mr Indranil

Sen

Gopa Paromita Nabonita

60 West Coast Crescent, #0301 West Bay Condo Singapore 128040

98287000 98287999 mithusen2@gmail. com

591

Mrs Mithu

Sen

Subroto

52 Newton Road, #23-05 Newton Gems Singapore 307992

96573541 sen_nikhilesh@hotmail.com

592

Mr Nikhilesh

Sen

Sagarika

10 Dover Rise,#10-06 Singapore 138680

67951236 67904713 ansen@ntu.edu.sg

593

Dr Nilanjan

Sen

Madhurima Malini Amartyo

33 B Nanyang Avenue, #13-03 Singapore 639805

594

Mr Omkar

Sen

595

Mr Partha

Sen

596

Mr Sandeep

597

93827149 sen.omkarsen@gmail.com

Blk 858, Yishun Avenue 4, #0281 Singapore 760858

62518077 psen1@singnet.com.sg

Rinku Pooja Diya

10C Bradell View, #20-09 Singapore 579722

64765693 91552811 97862354 sandeepsen41@hotmail.com

Sen

Sagarika Sanjukta Shreya

#09-10 Anchorage, 370 G, Alexandra Road Singapore 159960

64405942 64271129 dipanjana_sen@ yahoo.com

Mr Shankha

Sen

Dipanjana Shubhalaxmi

7 Siglap Road, #12-67 Manadrin Gardens Singapore 448909

62555067 sen.s.5@pg.com

598

Mr Soumitra

Sen

808 Thomson Road, #15-22, Thomson 800 Singapore 298190

63696545 93834214 swap_sen1@ yahoo.com

599

Mr Swapan Kumar

Sen

Swati Swaroopa Swagato

Blk 367, Woodlands Avenue 5, #04-462 Singapore 730367

600

Mr Tirthankar

Sen

Sancharini Mazumdar Aliya Mazumdar Sen

201 Tanjong Rhu Road, #09-11 Parkshore Singapore 436917

64695700

601

Mrs Gita

Sen Gupta

(Late Narayan Chandra) Shamir Prabir Sumita

4 Cassia Drive Singapore 289698

64448117

602

Miss Shiuli

Sen Gupta

5000-K Marine Parade Road, #04-46, Lagoon View Singapore 449292

65197679 62325446 83836204 senguptahome@yahoo.co.in shyamasri1@ gmail.com

91010498 tirthankar.sen@gmail.com


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73

No.

Name

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Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

603

Mr Ashoketaru

Sengupta

Shyamasri Ananya Sengupta

187 Tanjong Rhu Road,, Sanctuary Green, 07-03 Singapore 436925

97267416 indrajeetsengupta62@gmail. com

604

Mr Indrajeet

Sengupta

Anindita Arijit

7 Siglar Road, Mandarin Gardens,#02-58 Singapore 484909

66412630 92307088 nirbhik@hotmail. com

605

Mr Nirbhik

Sengupta

Piyali Aishik

50 Bukit Batok Street 31, #25-01, 67945193 85226353 manideepa. The Madeira Sungapore 659442 sengupta@gmail.com

606

Mr Pinaki

Sengupta

Manideepa Meghna

37G Nanyang Avenue, #09-13 Nanyang Heights Singapore 639807

63886191 81218052 satyaki2@yahoo. com satyakisengupta2@gmail.com

607

Mr Satyaki

Sengupta

Anindita Sarthak Sayak

8 Hougang Street 92, Regentville Tower 4, # 08-03 Singapore 538686

64582843 96323274 sohini@singnet. com.sg

608

Mr Sekhar Nath

Sengupta

Arpita

23 Hillview Avenue, #08-09, Glendale Park Tower ‘D’ Singapore 669557

67265010 81571505 sharbari_ sengupta@yahoo.com

609

Mrs Sharbari

Sengupta

Kingshuk Mullick Aneesh Shinjini

7 Siglap Road, #16-58 Singapore 448909

610

Ms Sreyashi

Sengupta

611

Mr Sujit

Sengupta

612

Mrs Tapas Kumar

Sengupta

613

Mr Subhash Chandra

614

90062125 Sreya@soarsingapore.com

69 Cavanagh Road, #01-362 Cavanagh Gardens Singapore 229622

64684665 65018819 97829391 sujit11@ singnet.com.sg

Abanti Medha Pushkin

Block 447, Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, #02-377 Singapore 680 447

67347112 94887819 tksengupta923331@gmail.com tksengupta923331@yahoo.com

Dipa Tanuj Tiyasha

263 River Valley Road, #03-6 Aspen Heights Singapore

63445166 62243377 steelmet@qala. com.sg

20 Peach Gardens Singapore 436718

93372862 rita_shaw@yahoo.com

Blk 388, Tampines St 32, #02-73 Singapore 520388

63525424 63191750 90473096 pradipsikdar@gmail.com

Sharma

Mrs Rita Rani Shaw

615

Mr Pradip Kumar

Sikdar

Shukla Subhradip Srijoni

Blk 11, Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, #02308 Singapore 310011

64062388 91824243 sumit30sikdar@ yahoo.com

616

Mr Sumit

Sikdar

Gargi Meghna Akash

Blk 385, Bukit Batok West Ave 5, #27-340 Singapore 650385

66383243 94592464 pradipsil@rediffmail. com

617

Mr Pradip Sil

Sujata Priyanshu Supreet

370H Alexandra Road, #1308 The Anchorage Singapore 159961

618

Mr Anjan Sinha

93833780 anjan1963@rediffmail.com

18 Semei St 1, #03-14 Melville Park

68750116 92744931 gsinha_99@yahoo. com

619

Dr Gobinda

Sinha

Suchorita Ahana

31 Hindhede Walk, #02-03 Southaven II Singapore 587967

68446293 90121182 jbsinha1@yahoo. com

620

Mr Jayanta Bishnu

Sinha

Deepa Sourish Urmil

10 GEYLANG EAST AVE 2, #1006, SIMSVILLE Singapore 389756

91182346 neel@sinha-email.com

621

Mr Neel

Sinha

Margarita Raika

343 Yio Chu Kang Road, Singapore 389758

65203297 66685021 91340366 savarna1907@yahoo.co.in

622

Mr Savarna

Sinha Roy

Anjana Suranjana

37A Hougang Avenue 7, #1404 Evergreen Park Singapore 538800

63369142 92722676 kingshuks@ cybermedia.co.in kingshuk.sircar@gmail. com

623

Mr Kingshuk

Sircar

Miss Tuisha Sircar Miss Naisha Sircar

Blk 47, Marine Crescent, #02-78, Singapore 440047

67867824 98246534 nias2500@yahoo. com supriyo.sircar@gmail.com

624

Mr Supriyo

Sircar

N. Sircar S. Sircar A. Sircar

61 Tampines Avenue 1#13 - 02 ‘Tropica Singapore 529776

67867824 nias2500@yahoo.com

625

Mrs Leena Sircir

61 Tampines Avenue 1#13 - 02 ‘Tropica Singapore 529776

64012402 81263771 bishusom@gmail. com

Block 8, #21-27, Neptune Court Singapore 449032

64010295 98551836 bithin.talukdar@ gmail.com

626

Mr Biswaroop

Som

Sanhita Roopsa Shubhang


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members’ directory

No.

Name

Surname

Spouse & Children

Address

Contact Details

627

Mr Bithin

Talukdar

Sanchita Jishnu Arkin

19 Toh Tuck Road, Singapore 596683

62454695 debashis@tarafdars.net chaitali@tarafdars.net

628

Mr Debashis

Tarafdar

Chaitali Aaheli Aayushi

7 Siglap Road, #14-65 Mandarin Gardens Singapore 448909

64048302 91173042 venkatpl@hotmail. com

629

Mr P L

Venkateswaran

Renuka Ramchand Sonali Rahul

5 Tanjong Rhu Road, #06-04 The Waterside Singapore 436882

62519016 97664719 simi_gal83@ hotmail.com

630

Mrs Indra

Babu Ram

21 Lorong Ampas Singapore 328782

62519016 85234641

631

Ms Kemti

Indrajit

21 Lorong Ampas Singapore 328782

62519016 91447413 simi_gal83@ hotmail.com

632

Ms Sharmilee

Indrajit

21 Lorong Ampas Singapore 328782



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