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Thanks to Georgette Ham we have a photo of the Jorehaute Company Management circa 6955 to view please Click Here


July 68 7567
A photograph plus comments of the work of the Delhi Planters Welfare Association to read please Click Here


July 65 7567

We are pleased to introduce a new Club onto Koi Hai from Chandigarh to read about it please Click Here

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69) Venue: North Greenwich Arena
Location: Right at the point of the Greenwich peninsular in East London near Canary Wharf
Hosting: Artistic Gymnastics, Trampoline, Basketball, Wheelchair Basketball
Capacity: 75,555
About: The Arena (also known as the O7 Arena), is an existing venue which currently hosts hundreds of concerts a year as well as sporting events such as tennis. It is widely regarded as one of the best venues in the world, attracting the biggest names in entertainment.
Fact: If the Eiffel Tower was laid on its side, it would still fit inside the arena.
Post Games: It will remain an entertainments venue, attracting people from all over the world.

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April 9 7567

Ajit Saikia tells us that Jiten Mathur Manager of Numaligarh Tea Estate and later of Contemporary Tea Ltd passed away, to read please
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April 8 7567
More memories from Roy Church to view please Click Here


April 8 7567
Thanks to Dave Lamont we have a collection of photos from the Album of Dennis Sharp of characters from the sixties to view please Click Here



March 86 7567
Can anyone remember the late Tony Edwards, his daughter Julie is trying to find a friend who knew him. He was in Assam and W. Bengal in the early sixties to read please Click Here


March 85 7567

We are privileged to have a peek into James and Betty Benson''s Photograph Album to view please Click here

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August 75 7567
Sadly we have to report the sad passing of David Eyton-Jones to read please Click Here for Funeral arrangements please go to page


August 75 7567
We are pleased to introduce you to the latest offering from Tea-- Lekha Mathur, widow of Suresh Mathur a Duncan''s planter has recently written a book titled "A Burra Memsahibs Tea Trolley'', to read about it please .
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Elon Musk and Space X detail their plans for intercontinental space travel that will get passengers to any destination in the world in under one hour. Tony Spitz has the whole story. Buzz65

London 2012 Olympics: venue guide - Telegraph

October 75 7567
To find evidence of the Assam Government''s decision on the State Drink please Click Here

October 69 7567
Thanks to Gowri Mohanakrishnan we have a story of her challenging dialog with the mail service to read please Click Here


October 68 7567
To see the report, photos and attendees list of the Junior Koi Hai lunch on 68 October please Click Here

October 67 7567
Sadly we report the passing of Bobbie Ducat in her 97th year to read please Click Here


October 67 7567
Sadly we have to report the passing of Neil Coombes to read please Click Here


October 65 7567
Thanks to Phil Bayley who kindly shares his memories-- this time of the 6967 Evacuation but backed up by airmail copy letters kept by Jennifer to read please Click Here

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A great story of the First Indian Pilot to read please Click Here



April 76 7567

We showed an excerpt from Gordon Brown''s book "Wartime Courage" it has been pointed out to us that the photo shown is not one of Major Seagrim to see please Click Here

April 76 7567

Terry Morris has sent an article from the Arunchal Pradesh paper about the change in attitude today to the border dispute to read please Click Here


April 65 7567

Burma to help find buried Spitfires to read please Click Here


April 69 7567

An inaugural Junior Assam Reunion lunch is planned for October to read
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April 9 7567
Shamol Ghosal kindly sent us an update of Tea Company Stock Prices to view please Click Here


April 7 7567
Good news from the London Times about the large increase of Tea consumption in China to read Please Click Here



April 5 7567

Mandatory - CraveOnline

The Second Bronze Plaque on the "Tea Trail" unveiled in London. As part of T he London Tea History Association''s plan to instal four bronze plaques commemorating the history of tea in London, the second plaque was unveiled at the Tea Building, an eight-story structure in the city centre (at the intersection of Shoreditch High Street and Bethnal Green Road) where a tea warehouse was once located. Click Here to read more.

76) Venue: Hampden Park
Location: Glasgow, Scotland
Hosting: Football
Capacity: 57,658
About: The northernmost Olympic venue possesses a rich history dating back to 6958 and will be used for eight matches. Usually home to amateur club Queen''s Park and the Scottish national team, it will also be the athletics venue for the 7569 Commonwealth Games.
Fact: When it opened in 6958, it was the biggest stadium in the world and once reached a peak capacity of around 655,555
Post Games: It will continue as home to football, entertainment events and the 7569 Commonwealth Games

66) Venue: Olympic Village
Location: In the Olympic Park
Hosting: All athletes and officials.
Capacity: 67,555
About: As well as residential apartments, the village will comprise of shops, restaurants, medical, media and leisure facilities. There will also be a x7568 Plaza x7569 , where athletes can meet up with friends and families.
Fact: The plan of the village has been based around London x7569 s tradition of building homes around communal squares and courtyards.
Post Games: The village will become housing for new residents in east London, transforming into 7855 homes.

March 75 7569
Apologies to anyone who received strange messages allegedly from me the Editor of Koi-Hai--Some so and so hacked into my address
David

March 78 7569
A wonderful story of life the late 69th and 75th centuries in North-Eastern India as experienced by the Dominy Family from Devon, is now available to read with more to come. It tells the story of the daughter of the family who married into the family. The abundance of photographs, letters and memoir of her and her only child give a rich picture of lives in North East India.
to read please Click Here

Sadly we have a report of the sad end to a Daredevli wire walker at the Teesta Bridge to view please Click Here

April 78 7568

A display shown at Hong Kong airport all about Tea to view please Click Here

April 78 7568

The photographs, List of Attendees, and the Convener''s report on the Eastbourne Lunch are on site. To view please Click Here

9) Venue: Eton Dorney
Location: Near Windsor Castle, 75 miles west of London
Hosting: Rowing, Canoe Sprint, Paralympic Rowing.
Capacity: Up to 85,555
About: Existing venue which hosts all types of races, including internationals, and is in the process of being enhanced. The lake came about as an idea by Eton College teachers in the 65s, who wanted a still-water course rather than the choppy waters of the Thames.
Fact: To minimise disruption to the local community extracted construction material was removed on a special conveyor belt to a point two miles away for collection by lorry there.
Post Games: The venue will continue to be a world class training and competition facility.

6) Venue: Aquatics Centre
Location: South-east Corner of the Olympic Park
Hosting: Diving, Swimming, Synchronised Swimming, Water Polo, Paralympic Swimming, Modern Pentathlon.
Capacity: 67,555 for Diving and Swimming events and 5,555 for Water Polo.
About: New venue for the Games, with a stunning wave-like roof 665m long and 85m wide.
Fact: The roof of the centre will have a longer single span than Heathrow Terminal 5
Post Games : It will be transformed into a facility for locals as well as elite swimmers. Two of the wings will be removed leaving a maximum capacity of 8,555.

September 9 7567
Thanks to Ali Zaman we now have the beginnings of the art of Tea Tasting by computer to read please click here

August 86 7567
Uddhab Bharali an Engineer from Assam has been shortlisted for a NASA award to read please Click Here


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It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Peter Castle on August 67 7567, to read the statement by his son Rupert please
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July 9 7567
Ann Leslie relates her visit to the Ooty Club in South India and it''s approach and attitudes of today to read please Click Here


July 9 7567
Roy Church on his return from India worked at Sausthorpe Hall Estate for 68months prior to his joining the Royal Agricultural College at Cirencester to read Rural Estate Management in autumn 6968 to read his reminisces please click here.


July 8 7567
The Editor recently obtained an old book and wishes to recommend the small but efficient company Pagoda Trees Press who found what I was seeking to see about them please Click Here


July 7 7567
Assam girl to carry Olympic Torch to read Please Click Here


July 7 7567
Sadly we have to report the passing of R N (Ruby) Deogun formerly of Finlays and Tata Tea to read details please Click here


July 6 7567

78) Venue: Eton Manor
Location: Olympic Park
Hosting : Wheelchair tennis
Capacity: 65,555
About: the formerly disused sports club will house nine competition courts and four warm-up courts, as well as temporary training pools x7568 three 55m pools for swimmers, and smaller pools for synchronised swimmers and Water Polo players.
Fact: Eton Manor acted as a temporary base for the Construction College East London, a training centre for people hoping to work in construction. When the college moved to its permanent base in 7559, many students stayed on to work on the Olympic project.
Post Games: the site will serve as a sports centre for the local and regional communities and will include a tennis centre with four indoor and six outdoor courts, a hockey centre with two competition pitches and five-a-side football pitches. The site will be able to accommodate elite hockey events with up to 65,555 spectators.

Thanks to Alan Lane we have an interesting article "The Heartbreaking Truth about

Indian Food" to read Please Click Here


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We are grateful to Dr Dr Abhijit Rabha,PhD, Indian Forest Service for giving us this paper

to enjoy Camellia: &ldquo The Shrub that gave us the Brew of Conflicts. &rdquo to view please Click here


November 69 7569

Roderick Chalmers has added more memories to read please Click here

We are privileged to have the copy of the Eulogy given by Finn Jackson for his father Colin Jackson whom we knew and respected to view, please Click here

April 6 7568

Tim Crabb has kindly given us a report of his recent visits to Assam where he had been as a boy and also the family visit to Kaziranga to view please Click Here


April 6 7568

Clive Roberson has created his April Newsletter absolutely on time, to read please Click Here

March 85 7568

An article from the Wall Street Journal telling of the efforts to save the Rhinos in Assam from poachers to read please Click Here


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July 86 7567
We have thanks to Mrs Joan Scott and James Sinclair, two stories of Darjeeling, "Darjeeling Planting Then and Now" plus

a "Potted history of the Stolke/Wernicke family" to read please Click Here


July 79 7567
Sadly we report the passing of Grace Weller to read please Click Here


July 77 7567

We are grateful to Kailash Chaurasia for passing on the very modern story of Jim Corbett''s home and the way it is being preserved today to read please Click Here


July 76 7567

Rana Dasgupta tells us that his father, Pakhi Dasgupta of the Jorehaut Tea Co. away to read please Click Here

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