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Updated on NOV 20, 2017


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Up comming Events

Annual Dinner & Dance: PBCA's Annual Dinner Dance will be held On December 30,2017, Saturday at 7:00 PM. At Royal Canadian Legion hall, 3850 Lakeshore Blvd. W, 2nd floor, Etobicoke, M8W 1R3 (near Brown's line & Lakeshore Blvd.). Chairperson: Kobi Banerjee(416-491-9297), Co Chairperson: Apurba Mukherjee(416-970-7446). Charges: $40 (member-couple), $50 (nonmember-couple)/ $20 (member-single), $25 (nonmember-single)

Mark your calender for the 38th North American Bengali Conference (NABC) in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the casino capital of the East Coast. The conference will be held during June 29th, 30th & July 1st ,2018, at the renowned Atlantic City Convention Center, and is being hosted by Ananda Mandir of New Jersey. The committee of NABC 2018 is putting their thoughts and efforts together, in all detailed aspects of the event. Information is being made available on our website. As in the past years, your enthusiasm and support will make this event a joyous and memorable one for NABC 2018!

News on Sports & Entertainment

Sky is the limit for Kohli, says Shastri

Censor Board refuses to expedite certification process of 'Padmavati'



KOLKATA: India's head coach Ravi Shastri on Monday heaped special praise on Virat Kohli after he notched up his 50th international century and said "sky is the limit" for the skipper who stands at the halfway stage in equalling Sachin Tendulkar's feat. "Sky is the limit. He (Kohli) is a fabulous player and I am very happy," Shastri said on the sidelines of a promotional event after the first Test against between India and Sri Lanka ended in a draw. Kohli's hunger for runs and his ability to convert half- centuries into hundreds was on full view as he bounced back from his first innings duck to score an unbeaten 104 to take India within sniffing distance of a glorious win after being on the backfoot in the first four days. Wickets fell around him but the Indian skipper kept his calm and raced to his 18th Test century. In the list of most number of centuries, Kohli sits at number eighth behind Brian Lara (53)...


Censor Board refuses to expedite certification process of 'Padmavati' The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has turned down the application of the makers of 'Padmavati' to expedite the certification process of the film. Sanjay Leela Bhansali's magnum-opus, which has been mired in a slew of controversies over its storyline and concept, will be reviewed and certified as per set norms of following chronological order of all applications, said the Censor Board. For the unversed, in the face of absence of requisite clearances, the makers, on Sunday, announced the movie will not release on December 1. The new release date of 'Padmavati', which features Deepika Padukone in the title role as Rani Padmavati, alongside Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh and Ranveer Singh as Sultan Alauddin Khilji, is yet to be announced.

News Articles

(a) Cops look for ISI on Kolkata roads, (b) Bus terminus, overbridge to ease transport woes in New Town,(c) Leaders across political parties need to condemn this violence: Goutam Ghose,(d) Bengal government offices closed half day for Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi's death,(e) In a first, Kolkata’s app fleet outnumbers yellow cabs,(f) Choked Kestopur canal grabs civic eyeballs

From war on black money to dealing with Pakistan:How has the Modi govt fared so far? The BJP-led NDA completed three years at the Centre. BJP came to power after a high-octane election campaign where every single aspect of the previous UPA govt was questioned. The UPA, after 10 years in power, was attacked for its so-called ‘jobless growth’, mocked over its Pakistan policy and attacked for several corruption scandals.

Expecting more reforms, Sensex closes over 31,000-mark for first time; Nifty ends at all-time high. Market touched another milestone supported by continued buying interest on index heavyweights post expiry. Expectation on good monsoon and a slow pace in interest rate hike by US Fed continue to weigh on the sentiment.

Income Tax department unearths 400 benami deals, attaches properties worth Rs 600 crores, started initiating actions under the new Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Act.

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