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Updated on DEC 24, 2019
PBCA's ANNUAL DINNER & DANCE 2019: On Tuesday, December 31st, 2019 7:00 pm onwards at Tagore Center, 140 Millwick Drive, North York, ON M9L 1Y6 (Major Intersection: Steeles/Islington) Dinner, Singing, Dancing, Games, Entertainment, Cash bar & lots of fun. Life & $100.00 Member: No charge. Others: Member couple $45/single $25, nonmember couple $50/Single $30, Under 18 $10. If you decide to attend it is imperative that you either inform Ranjan Chakrabarty or any board of director before december 15th. Chairperson: Ranjan Chakrabarty (647-294-8093)
NABC 2020 (North American Bengali Conference or Banga Sammelan) will celebrate 40th anniversary in 2020; which happens to be the 50th anniversary (golden) of Cultural Association of Bengal. Organized by Cultural Association of Bengal at Westgate Resort & Casino, Las Vegas. NABC 2020 will go to another orbit. It will not just be a three-day conference but a yearlong digital experience on social media and website where you will get to interact/read video and audio messages / digital images from our artists/sponsors and NABC team. This journey will end with a glittering show in Vegas July 3-5, 2020. What better place to celebrate with the stars of Bengal than the dazzling Las Vegas? Please visit NABC website, a treasure trove of pertinent information: www.nabc2020.org Do register to take advantage of our offer and choice of the hotel at www.nabc2020.org/registration Be there for a memorable Banga Sammelan in the City of Lights, where we create an oasis of Bangaliana in the heart of the desert. See you in Vegas!
The only thing in 2019 Kohli wants to change
Saif Ali Khan nails the Casanova look in poster of 'Jawaani Jaaneman'
India captain Virat Kohli has said that looking back at the year, one thing which the team would have wanted to change is the result of the World Cup semi-final where they lost to New Zealand. The Men in Blue, who had finished at the top of the points table after the round-robin stage of the World Cup, faced a heart-wrenching 18-run defeat against the Black Caps in the semi-final which was played for two days at the Old Trafford in July. "The losses that we had in England is something that we as a team would have wanted to change but again having said that things have to be a certain way and maybe this was always meant to be and we had to go through those hard times to reach where we are today,"
After the teaser poster of Saif Ali Khan and Tabu starrer romantic-comedy film 'Jawaani Jaaneman', a new poster of the film was released on Monday. In the new poster, Bollywood's handsome hunk Saif Ali Khan perfectly pulled off the Casanova stance as he was seen sharing a bed with two beauties, faces of whom were not revealed in the poster. Khan was also seen enjoying booze in the poster, in sync with the name of the movie 'Jawaani Jaaneman'. The movie which was earlier slated to hit the theatres on February 7, 2020, will now hit the theatres earlier on January 31, 2020. The movie is also the talk of the town as it is serving to be the launchpad for Pooja Bedi's daughter Alaia F