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It is entirely the choice of the consumer to do business with the advertisier and Sun_times Media Group (2010) Ltd is not responsible for any loss or damages caused  by the advertiser to the consumer.The Fiji @davidlgml Times Canada is an independant newspaper  published weekly for the entire community in Canada & parts of USA. The paper is not  being subsidized by any single community. www.obzz.c nrr Mo Com to Fj India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to make a one-day visit to Suva on November 19.It underscores the Bainimarama’s Government’s stature and reinforces the close ties which have been developed with India, the emerging Asian superpower.Mr Modi has transformed the face of Indian politics after the resounding win by his Bharatiya Janata Party this year. He was previously the highly  praised and successful chief minister of Gujarat state.Since becoming the Prime Minister, Mr Modi has drawn big crowds at home and abroad, including recently in America where he was given “rock star” billing.Mr Modi will be in Australia for the G20 summit and will visit Fiji afterwards, our sources said. He would  be the rst Indian leader to visit Fiji since Indira Gandhi in 1981.Ties between Fiji and India – the world’s biggest democracy – have been strengthened under the Bainimarama Government.Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum have both been given high level welcomes on visits to India.Mr Modi’s visit comes amidst reports of other international visits to Fiji.Well placed sources conrm that Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop will also be coming to Suva soon. She will speak at the Fiji Australia Business Council meeting to be held at the Grand Pacic Hotel.Another world leader is tipped to be in the country in November for two days.Foreign Minister Ratu Inoke Kubuabola is also expected to meet the President Francois Hollande in  Noumea during the French leader’s expected visit there.All this reinforces how the Bainimarama Government has built Fiji’s ties and standing globally. i’s Prm Msr nrr Mo thoss Clbr dwl Fsvl DIWALI, also known as the Festival of light celebrations have started around the country. After offering prayers to the Goddess of wealth - Latchmi at 6pm, Hindus started visiting family and friends, sharing the spirit of the festival of lights with sweets and firecrackers. The Hindu festival celebrates new  beginnings, the emergence of light from darkness and the triumph of good over evil. Diwali celebrates Lord Rama's rescue of his wife Sita from the demon king Ravanna in the 15th century BC, and their subsequent return to their kingdom in northern India.Traditionally, families light small  painted earthenware lamps with oil, leaving them outsides houses overnight so that Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, can nd her way safely into their homes. Modern celebrations incorporate bright electric lights and reworks.  A house in Vatuwaqa, Suva decorated by lights as thousands celebrate Diwali    th Fj tms C s ow avlbl olwww.jmsc.com  4444  Fry Oc 23, 2014www.jmsc.com 4 Fiji News bizz. Search Advertise   goca dwl Clbros ANZ Pacic & Fiji boss Vishnu Mohan is again cautioning regulators, business that while Fiji was poised for economic  prosperity; there were others who could exploit this opportunity negatively.He reafrmed and stressed this during the ANZ Diwali Cocktail at his residence.Over 300 guests from the business community showed up in their striking Diwali outts to observe the occasion celebrated by Hindus throughout the world.“This country will now start attracting the so-called vultures who smell  blood. What happens is that when the country is on a trajectory of economic  prosperity people smell opportunities,” Mr Mohan said.“And these are people who didn’t even know where Fiji was on the world map.”The challenge, he added was for regulators and Government to work together to ensure that monitoring of all sectors of the country to ensure a smooth process of economic prosperity.Meanwhile Mr Mohan addressed the guests saying Diwali symbolized many good deeds over the bad ones and related this to Fiji’s current position.“Diwali is the celebration of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance and light over darkness. Somebody said to be I was the rst person from the private sector to have responded immediately.“From where I sit and from where ANZ sits we are absolutely positive that Fiji is poised for economic prosperity, that Fiji is going to be a rm dot in the global map.“Fiji is going to be good for every single Fijian,” he added. dwl try A family in Nadi did not celebrate Diwali after the death of their father, Shalend Narayan, 45, of Togomasi Settlement fell to his death last Friday while working at a construction site.His grieving widow, Suman Lata, said it had been hard to accept her husband’s death.“My husband had made plans to celebrate Diwali with friends and families and he had been working hard so that we could all gather and share the happiness of this festive season,” Ms Lata said.“Now, we have to call off the celebration,  but what is more saddening, is that I can still hear my husband’s voice. We have lost the sole breadwinner in our family and he was a very caring and loving person.”Ms Lata said the post-mortem examination report concluded that her husband’s ribs, shoulders, backbone and the back of his head were severely damaged.“My daughter is here from New Zealand and we are preparing for his funeral on Wednesday.”She said they would now depend on their youngest son.Police spokesperson Ana Naisoro said the deceased fell from a height of three metres onto a concrete oor.

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