The Publisher, 59-year old Filipino-Indian businessman Vishnu Hathiramani, takes pride in publishing this website. As an immediate past president of the prestigious [Filipino] Indian Chamber of Commerce, as founder editor of an Indian magazine in the Philippines, founder and incorporator of the biggest Indian social and charity group in the Philippines, and other various activities the publisher was involved in, his love for both the countries has motivated him to become a publisher. He believes that his depth of knowledge, his relationships with various chambers of commerce in the Philippines and government concerned offices, and his treasured knowledge should be used to benefit the two nations. He is also the first Philippine overseas Indian recipient of the OCI card.
He is a businessman, and runs a company under VHV creation. His wife Heena, who is also connected with VHV creation was the former President of the Indian Ladies Club. His son Vishal has taken a very active part in the company and his wife Parveen is a housewife.
He runs two websites:
www.phindia.info which is his contribution to the Philippines and Indian government, and this site is hosted / sponsored by his company.
www.sindhitattler.com is his second website which will accept advertisements so that this website will grow to greater heights and serve the sindhi community worldwide.
He plans to make a Sindhi movie in the year 2011, either to be shot in India or the Philippines, where he has been residing since 1969. He is a Filipino citizen.
5 Brixton Street, Kapitolyo
1603 Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Telephone (+63 2) 687-0033 and 851-3518
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By Mr. Vishnu
This website was created out of love for
India and the Philippines. Monetary consideration
has taken a back seat with our intention
to complete this website so that the business
community can be benefited. Popular Publishing
House, owned by Vishnu Hathiramani, a Filipino-Indian
has established this website considering
the increase trade between India and Philippines.
It is no easy task as we shall be updating
this very often. Of course, we are looking
for sponsors to further help our . . . your
. . . site.
Very soon, you would be able to download
Embassies, Immigration and other government
forms needed by all of us. You would have
a link to about 200 important sites. You
will be updated with a list of new comers
in the country especially the 4C executives:
COO, CEO, CFO and Country-Managers. Rules
and regulations, government policies, update
and business prospects, profile on important
personalities and community development
are on the pipeline of this website.
Many more articles are planned and opinions
and suggestions are most welcome. Your concerns
or need is the fuel of our website.
All we say is thank you for accessing our
website and comments are most welcomed at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call
/ text me at (632)91783184555.
From Sangeswar Rao. Mumbai
“I went through the website. My hearty congratulations
to you on creating a very informative website. You
are one of the harbingers creating awareness among
the two communities.
Keep it up”
From Kamilla [Mira]
“Congratulations on your most recent
publication which is the “Maharajah Business
and Community Directory 2008”. It will
be a convenient tool to foster communication
within the community. Warm wishes.”
From Nari Gidwani. Manila
“Beautiful website & layout. Must
improve the images with very high resolution”.
From Mira Malkani, San Francisco USA
I truly enjoyed reading this website. I
am sure everybody must be happy to get all this
information. Hats off. I admire this work very
I appreciate and congratulate you for
the website you have created for the mutual
benefits of Indo-Filipino business community
and the rest.
This will go a long way in forging a strong
relationship in between both the countries.
I am with Mindtree Consulting, Bangalore,
working as Principal Consultant on IT.
I do miss a lot Philippines and blessings
of people like you here. Hope I do get to
come over to Philippines some day and meet
you. Please let me know whenever you are
in Bangalore. I would be delighted to meet
Sanjay Jha from Bangalore
[ now known
as Bengalaru ]