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Open letter by Kersi Sethna

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Dear Madam, By my mail of 5th April 2016, I had sought clarification from the BPP as to who is a Parsee under the Election Scheme and thus entitled to vote (copy of my letter to the BPP is given below). I had been informed that recently a Parsi lady after marriage to a renowned […]

In a call for transparency, Bombay High Court appoints Election Commissioners to take over BPP Elections

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Last week’s headlines in Kersi Randeria’s Parsi Times newspaper dated 2nd April read ‘BPP Wins the Battle of the Ballot’. In stark contradiction and humility, the article issued by the Petitioners (Sethna, Kapadia and Dhatigara) in Jame-Jamshed of 3rd April read ‘BPP Did Not Win Battle Of The Ballot – The Community Did!’. The community […]

Vote only for Armaity Tirandaz, requests Superstar Boman Irani

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I have known the Tirandaz family for many years now being neighbours, I have had the good fortune to interact with late Rustom and Armaity Tirandaz on many occasions. I endorse Armaity Rustom Tirandaz wholeheartedly and recommend her for BPP Trusteeship. She has worked I hard for over 45 years, helping the less fortunate in […]

Eric Dhatigara reveals shocking facts!!

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BPP CEO Mr. Cawas Panthaki and Election President Mr. Mahiyar Dastoor have issued a Public Notice in Parsi Times of 26-03-16 and Jame Jamshed of 27-03-16 announcing the names of 5 candidates contesting the 10th April 2016 elections.

We Believe in A.R.T.

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I am close to completing my first term as Trustee of the BPP. Over the last seven years I have attended over 300 of the 320 or so board meetings, with an attendance rate of over 94%. Today, I am before you as a candidate eager to continue my service for our community for another […]

A few good Parsi women

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The Bombay Parsi Punchayet’s (BPP) April election is going to be a women’s power war with sitting trustee Armaity Tirandaz’s term coming to an end. Challenging her candidature is former trustee and social worker Arnavaz Mistry, who in the last election trumped her opponent with an 80 per cent majority. Mistry’s efforts at encouraging young […]