Telugu Association of Basingstoke

Telugu Association of Basingstoke established in March 2011, to serve the Telugu speaking people in the North Hampshire area. We would like to celebrate the festivals as a community. We aim to create common platform for all the Telugu people living in the North Hampshire area.



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Privacy Policy


Terms & Conditions – Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy sets out TAB-UK(Telugu Association of Basingstoke), United Kingdom commitment to your privacy, and explains the ways in which TAB-UK collects, stores and uses your personal and non-personal information when you visit the website.
In order to access some services on TAB-UK, you are required to register with us via contact-us.  You are required to submit personal information about yourself (your name, contact details  and email address) in order to register with us. You may also choose to provide additional information or comments when registering. This additional information can be of assistance when a member of TAB-UK team or the Editor of an organisation is responding to your request. This information will be held against your account. You may also be asked to provide additional information in order to receive particular services via the community website. Whenever you provide additional information we will treat it in accordance with this Privacy Policy.
Data Protection Act
Any information you provide will be used in accordance with the Data Protection Act. It will only be used for the reasons specified and will not be shared with any third party without your consent (unless the law provides otherwise) and to promote Telugu community based information.
Collecting Information
TAB-UK does not collect personal information about you when you visit the website, unless you have chosen to provide such information by registering with the community website (or an organisation on the community website), or filling in an online form or registering for an online service via the website.
Access to Personal Information by an organisation’s Editor(s)
If you register with an organisation, the personal information you submit at the time of registration will be available to the Editor(s) of that organisation. Editors are also required to abide by this Privacy Policy and the Data Protection Principles. Editors may use your details to contact you in respect of that organisation’s web pages or Community activities.
Non-Personal Information
TAB-UK collects some information made available by your browser every time you visit the community web site. This information includes your Internet Protocol (IP) address (a unique number that is assigned to every computer connected to the Internet), browser type, the date and time of your visit to the site, and the web pages opened. We use this information to provide logs of the use of the site, to perform statistical analyses of user behaviour (for example, to measure relative interest in the various features and content of the site), and to help us develop and improve the services we provide.
This information does not include personal information about you.
Storing and Using Personal Information
We use, or may use personal information you have provided to the site in the following ways:
• To verify the identity of a person who applies to register an organisation with TAB-UK
• To verify the identity of a person who wishes to register a personal account with the TAB-UK website, or with an organisation that is registered with the community website
• To provide online services to you via the community website
• To enable TAB-UK Team to contact you in connection with the operation and development of the community website
We will not sell or pass on your personal information to other services within the third parties except where this is essential in order to provide the service you have requested through the community website, or you have given us your permission to do so. We will always make it clear to you if we propose to share your personal information with others and seek your agreement to do so.
Information Security
We take reasonable steps to protect against unauthorized access to, alteration, disclosure or deletion of personal information. Our servers are provided by a third party hosting service whose security measures are independently audited and certified. Our servers are protected by firewalls and have an active monitoring system that provides an alert of deliberate attempts to disrupt or hack into the service.
Access to personal information held on the TAB-UK Website is restricted to TAB-UK Team who need to know that information to deliver or improve Telugu Community services, and the Editor(s) of an organization against which individuals have registered accounts.
The security of your personal information also relies on you taking reasonable steps. You should never pass on or share your password with anyone else. If you do, that person will have access to your personal information, and may change it without you knowing. If you believe someone else has obtained your password, please change it immediately.
Contacting You
If you register with TAB-UK we may use your personal information to contact you by letter, phone, or e-mail. All Publishers and Editors will receive regular copies of our e-mail bulletin to keep them informed of new developments and news relating to the community website.
We may contact you in respect of any services we provide or are under development by TAB-UK . We may also contact you from time to time to in order to request specific feedback on the services we are providing via the community website.
Access to your Personal Information
If you wish to have a copy of your personal information held by TAB-UK, please contact one of our Team members by sending an email to basingstoketelugu@gmail.com.
Links to Other Sites
There are many pages on the community web site that contain links to other web sites to our Sponsors. TARA has no responsibility for the operation of these web sites. No personal information submitted to TAB-UK will be transferred to these sites. If you submit personal information to a third party site, you should satisfy yourself whether the site has its own privacy policy.
Use of Cookies
A cookie is a small file that is stored by your browser on your computer. TAB-UK uses cookies to recognise your account when you log in to the site or the administration area. The cookie itself does not contain any personal information, is not made available to third parties, and is not used to track your activity on the site. The software you use to browse the web (such as Internet Explorer) must allow cookies for you to be able to successfully log into TAB-UK.
Amending your Personal Information
It is important that you keep your personal information up to date if you wish to continue to receive services through TAB-UK.  Please send a request through contact-us.
Changes to this Policy
This Privacy Policy may be changed or revised over time as new features are developed on TAB-UK. We will post the amended Policy on the community website, and try to ensure, as far as we are able, that you are aware of the changes to the Policy by prominently displaying notification of any changes.





Equality and diversity policy that supports the council’s public sector equality duty

See: www.basingstoke.gov.uk/go/equality


Environment policy and/or statement of working practices and improvements planned (including a carbon reduction action plan and target) in line with pledges 2 & 3 of the council’s climate change strategy

see: www.basingstoke.gov.uk/go/climatechange


Data protection policy that meets the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Information Commissioners Office see:  http://ico.org.uk/for_organisations/data_protection


And aligns to the principles of the council’s data protection policy see:www.basingstoke.gov.uk/go/dataprotection


Adherence to the requirements of the Human Rights Act (if applicable). All public authorities (and private and voluntary sector bodies in certain circumstances if contracted to carry out work on behalf of a public authority) in the UK must not act in a way that is incompatible with the rights contained in the European Convention on Human Rights