News – SEBI to set rules for art funds, antique, Stamps, Coins investments

The Securities and Exchange Board of India may soon frame a stringent set of rules for funds investing in art works, antiques, coins and stamps, with an aim to check black money flow into these products and safeguard the interest of genuine investors.

SEBI considers investment funds focussed on art works, antiques, coins and stamps as “collective investment schemes”, which come under the ambit of the capital market regulator.

Source:-Business Standard

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http://www.business-standard.com/runup/news/sebi-to-frame-regulation-for-alternative-investments/142647/on

Indian Stamps – Year 1977 – By India Post

Indian Stamps – Year 1977 – By India Post

“AGRIEXPO-77″, Agriculture Exposition, New Delhi (25p)

Date Of Issue:- 13.11.1977.

National Children’s Day , Set of 2 (25p + 1r)

Date Of Issue:- 14.11.1977.

Indian Personalities : J. Phooley (25p)

Date Of Issue:- 28.11.1977.

Indian Personalities : S. Bapat (25p)

Date Of Issue:- 28.11.1977.

41st Session of  International Statistical Institute, New Delhi (2r)

Date Of Issue:- 13.12.1977.

Kamta Prasad Guru (Writer & Grammarian)(25p)

Date Of Issue:- 25.12.1977.

60th Year of October Revolution (1r)

Date Of Issue:- 30.12.1977.

1977 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-1977/

Indian Stamps – Year 1969 – By India Post

Indian Stamps – Year 1969 – By India Post

130th Birth Anniv. of Bankim Chandra Chatterjee (Writer) (20p)

Date Of Issue:-01.01.1969.

Birth Centenary of Dr Bhagavan Das (Phi;ospher) (20p)

Date Of Issue:-12.01.1969.

Dr Martin Luther King (20p)

Date Of Issue:-25.01.1969.

Death Centenary of Mirza Galib (Poet) (20p)

Date Of Issue:-17.02.1969.

50th Anniv. of Osmania University(20p)

Date Of Issue:-15.03.1969.

20th Anniv. of “ALL UP’ Air Mail Scheme (20p)

Date Of Issue:-01.04.1969.

50th Anniv. of International Labour Organisation (I.L.O.) (20p)

Date Of Issue:-11.04.1969.

50th Anniv. of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, Amritsar (20p)

Date Of Issue:-13.04.1969.

Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao Pantulu (20p)

Date Of Issue:-01.05.1969.

Ardaseer Cursetjee Wadia (Ship Building Engineer)(20p)

Date Of Issue:-27.05.1969.

1969 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-1969/

Indian Stamps – Year 1958 – By India Post

Indian Stamps – Year 1958 – By India Post

Birth Centenary of Bipin Chandra Pal(scholar & Patriot)(15np)

Date Of Issue:-07.11.1958.

National Children’s Day (15np)

Date Of Issue:-14.11.1958.

Birth Centenary of Sir J.C.Bose (Botanist & Physicist)(15np)

Date Of Issue:-30.11.1958.

India-1958 Exhibition, New Delhi (15np)

Date Of Issue:-30.12.1958.

1958 Indian Stamps  At a Glance, Click on below link:-

https://www.indianstampghar.com/indian-stamps-1958/

Error & Varieties –Kumaraguruparar Swamigal – By India Post

Error & Varieties –Kumaraguruparar Swamigal – By India Post

Complete Imperf Upper 3 Stamps, Marked with arrows. Second row horizontal Imperf, Double Vertical Perforation. Bharat and denomination cut in 3rd Row.

Unique  Error. Quite visible.

Date Of Issue;-27.06.2010.

Contributed By :-Mahender Sharma, Guwahati

Error & Varieties – Census of India-2001 – By India Post

Error & Varieties – Census of India-2001 – By India Post

Perforation shifted right affecting all the 4 stamps. “IN” of India is cut in English, “Bha” of Bharat in Hindi is cut and entered in other stamp from left side. Census of India is also moved on left side instead of centre because of perforation shifting.

Unique Old Error. this block has a creased on left side which is quite visible.

Date Of Issue;-10.02.2001.

Indian Stamps-Rath Yatra Puri- By India Post

Stamps India-Rath Yatra Puri- By India Post

Ratha Yatra, the Festival of Chariots of Lord Jagannatha is celebrated every year at Puri, the temple town in Orissa, on the east coast of India. The presiding deities of the main temple, Sri Mandira, Lord Jagannatha, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra, with the celestial wheel Sudarshana are taken out from the temple precincts in an elaborate ritual procession to their respective chariots. The huge, colourfully decorated chariots, are drawn by hundreds and thousands of devotees on the bada danda, the grand avenue to the Gundicha temple, some two miles away to the North. After a stay for seven days, the deities return to their abode in Srimandira.

The festival is also known as Gundicha Yatra, Ghosa Yatra, Navadina Yatra, Dasavatara Yatra and by a variety of other names. For the devoted and believers, it is considered the most auspicious occasion. Rathe tu vamanam drishtwa punarjanmam na vidyate A glimpse of the Vamana, the dwarf form, an incarnation of Lord Jagannatha, is sure to ensure emancipation, release from the cycle of birth and death.
Yatra is an essential part of the ritual of the Hindu system of worship. Yatra literally means travel or journey. Normally, it is the representative deities of temples more more popularly known as Utsava Murti in south and Chalanti Pratima or Bije Pratima in Orissa, partake in these journeys.

Date Of Issue:-12.07.2010.