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Need a writer in Mumbai for a blind student doing CA

Hi guys.
This is to inform you that My cousin (Rushabh Kapasi) is a visually disabled student & he is appearing for his CA Final Exam from 26/05/2014 to 09/06/2014. We need a writer for writing his examination as he cannot write the paper by himself.
Exams are on every alternate day. Exam timing is from 2.00 to 6.30pm in thane.
We need the writer to be fixed latest by 10th March 2014 .
The eligibility criteria for being a writer for CA final examination as per the Institute’s guidelines are :
1. He /she should not be registered for CA/CS/ICWA course.
2. He/she should not be a graduate.
Preferably we want a TYBcom/SYBCom student from Thane side.
Or else any student who has a good or basic accounting knowledge & his/her writing speed should be proper with good control on English language.
We are ready to pay charges for writing  if required.
Those who are ready to be a writer & are interested for writing please contact –
Haresh Kapasi 9820272762 ( father)

Your help in this regard would be highly appreciated 🙂 plz pass on ths mssg in ur grp too ths is hs final year CA exam thnk you

Flex, Feroze!

 “Flex, Feroze!” A Parsi tradition is back in the spotlight [The Hindu Businessline 28/2/2014]

“Flex, Feroze!”

Feb 28, 2014
A Parsi tradition is back in the spotlight

Alittle-known fact about the Parsi community is that they are also great connoisseurs of the body. One winter’s evening every year, hundreds of them throng a dusty mid-town baug in Mumbai to celebrate the community’s most able, muscular bodies at the Annual Zoroastrian Powerlifting and Bodybuilding Championship. In 2010, I stumbled upon this curious scene, only to find a vibrant, unselfconscious and very alive celebration of the Parsi life-force.

While the Championship is a fun-filled spectacle, it is underpinned by the dark irony of the community’s supposed decline. “Bodybuilding within the Parsi community is dying a natural death. And it is not considered to be a competitive sport in India. The community is small, making it that much more difficult to find young boys enthusiastic about the sport,” says Mickey Mehta, a Parsi fitness guru. The organisers have had to cancel the event in the last three years because there were too few entries. But in February this year, Parsi brawn trumped all odds and flexed its muscles again at the Dadar Parsee Colony Gymkhana.

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Courtesy : Dara Acidwalla