A McKinney developer planning to build a 15,000-seat cricket stadium in Allen is one of the major developments in North Texas.

According to reports, FunAsia (Thakkar Developers) and Global Sports Ventures of Philadelphia have planned for a news conference this Tuesday afternoon in order to discuss on the project, titled, “Allen Sports Village”.

While talking to Sam Thakkar and Poorvesh Thakkar, it was found that the developers are coming up with a mixed-use development project that will have training facilities, event center, 500,000 sq feet Class A office space, more than 1,000 residential units, two hotels and approx. 165K Sq. feet retail space in addition to “multi-use sports complex”.

Poorvesh Thakkar from FunAsia (Thakkar Developers) further told us that he is feeling positive about this project and their development team has already invested in the land required that is almost less 80 acres near Sam Rayburn Tollway close to Alma Drive. He further said that the project is going on full swing. They are fully committed and have been working on the same dedicatedly for the last few years.

Though Poorvesh Thakkar refused to give any information on the estimated cost of this project but one of the sites providing information on getting green card mentions that the overall cost of this project is somewhere $500 million.

According to sources, Tuesday afternoon conference will have Sam Thakkar, the CEO of the Perfect Group of Businesses including FunAsia (Thakkar Developer), Jignesh Pandya, the chairman of Global Sports Ventures, and Allen Mayor Steve Terell.

This time Global Sports Ventures is making an attempt to build a cricket venue in North Texas. This is perhaps not the first time; Global Sports Ventures announced in 2017 that it will come up with a professional cricket league in the U.S. by 2020.
TAGS: Allen, FunAsia, Sam Thakkar and Poorvesh Thakkar.

 - Police are looking for the person who killed the owner of a community liquor store as he was closing for the night.

Lewisville police said it happened Tuesday night at Liquor City on Corporate Drive. Surveillance video shows the store’s owner locking up, preparing to leave and then being attacked by his vehicle.

The video also shows the owner, 46-year-old Shuresh “Sam” Shah, complying with the robber’s demands. But he was still shot in the chest and later died at the hospital, police said.

 Photo Courtesy - FOX 4 news

For More Details visit - http://www.fox4news.com/news/lewisville-liquor-store-owner-shot-and-killed







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NATS (North America Telugu Society) will be hosting it's Annual convention on 24th, 25th & 26th May 2019 at Irving Convention Center, Irving, Dallas, Texas.

All the Directors of various Teams met in Frisco to discuss about the convention fundraising, budgeting, Media, Marketing & publicty & lot more.

More details in the Upcoming convention will be available soon & website with registration details will be live soon.

Please keep visiting https://www.natsworld.org/

Volunteers are welcome to join various committees. Please email info @ natsworld.org



New York and New Jersey Hindu Americans gathered near New York City Consulate on Nov 10th to express their solidarity to Sabarimala devotees and call to respect age-old traditions and beliefs. They later assembled at the well known Times Square to make a statement to ‘Save Sabarimala’.

 To the singing of Ayyappa bhajans and dancing to the Lord, slogan shouting against Kerala communist Government atrocities on Sabarimala devotees and the need to free Hindu Temples from Government control, with messages on unfair judicial overreach of Supreme Court on the issue, the connection of the missionary and divisive forces in the country, the crowd has made a very effective statement on the Sabarimala issue.   

Most of the participants in the rally are women who made a statement that they join with millions of women who stand to respect the age-old traditions.


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