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I was born in ‘47 before independence and I notice that my birth was registered in the British high commission after independence, was this a flurry of activity?

Does any one know how tea companies with gardens in Pakistan and India were affected, for that matter the jute industry.

WTCE is a dedicated global trade event for the Tea, Coffee and allied sectors and consists of an Expo, a 2-day hi level conference and workshops.

In addition to catering to a huge and growing domestic market, the Hot beverage segment is a major forex earner providing large scale employment opportunities especially to women. Khaitan can be sent to: [email protected] Mc Arthur, Granddaughter of JHC Ross of Budlaiar in the Goriajan Club district has shered som photos and thoughts for us.

The Expo showcases the best that India has to offer as also makes accessible world class products and technologies to Indian businessmen. The family are visiting QAssam shortly with two young family members who were born in Assam 80 pus years ago--great ladies --to read Click here please A lady, Eithne Webster sent a copy of her father Francis Mc Carron's contract from 1933 with the Loongsoal Co, part of the Assam Frontier Tea Company. also there is a copy of his Provident Fund regulations--a very in teresting piece of history and we thank Eithne to view please Click here Sadly we learn of the sad passing of Probin Bora, General Manager of Langharjan Tea Estate (The Jorehaut Tea Limited), at Langharjan T.

The 2016 edition has about 70 Exhibitors from 7 countries including Pavilions from Tea Board of India and Sri Lanka Tea Board. E., to read please Click Here --additional compliments for Probin by Malcolm Geary A young lady Raihana Hasan wrote a book “Sips from a Broken Teacup" which was published in 2011 .

On display are New-age Tea & Coffee Products and Brands, Specialty Tea & Coffee, Vending Solutions, Premixes, packaging solutions, Machineries, Retail Chains, Technologies, accessories, ingredients, Certifications etc. It is about life in the the tea gardens (1962-71) in what was then East Pakistan, now Bangladesh, the repercussions on the plantations of the 1971 turmoil and the civil war that led to the breakup of Pakistan.

Any anecdotes from planters and their families would be very welcome .

My father Dennis Pollard when asked about independence told me that nothing much changed on the gardens just a few "hot heads" in the bazaar would shout in passing.

To watch click here Sally, Rick & Clare would like to thank everyone for their kind and generous tributes and are sad to confirm the passing away of their father Kim Dowell on the 2nd Oct 2017, at the age of 92, peacefully at Isle Court Nursing Home, Bicton near Shrewsbury.

To read more click here to go to Obituaries FIBIS member Eileen Hewson has very kindly given us around one hundred photographs of graves in Assam taken in 2004-2005.

Thanks to Alan Lane for obtaining permission to share this story.

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