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Updated on Dec 31, 2018
NEW YEAR DINNER DANCE: Will be held on 31st December 2018. Chair person: Subhra Sur. Date & Time: Monday, December 31st 2018 at 7PM - Place: Royal Canadian Legion hall (downstairs), 3850 Lakeshore Blvd, west Toronto,, M8W 1R3 (near Browns Line & Lakeshore Blvd. west, beside Go station) - Entrance fee for Member: Couple: $40.00, Single: $20.00 Youth or Child (11 to 18 yrs): $7.00 Children under 11 free - Entrance fee for Non-Member: Couple: $50.00, Single: $25.00 Youth or Child (11 to 18 yrs): $10.00 Under 11 yrs.: $5.00. Life member & $100 member: Free - For more info Please see flier in this page.
Get ready for the 39th North American Bengali Conference (NABC) or Banga Sammelan, as it is popularly known, is the largest social and cultural conference for Bengalees in North America. It marks a grand celebration of Bengali culture, life and tradition in a setting where East meets West. Sanskriti of Washington, D.C. has the honor of hosting the 39th NABC from July 5 through July 7, 2019, at the Baltimore Convention Center, in Baltimore, Maryland -- a suburb of the U.S. capital. The co-sponsors of NABC 2019 are Prantik of Baltimore and the Northern Virginia Bengali Association (NVBA) of Virginia. The committee of NABC 2019 is putting their thoughts and efforts together, in all detailed aspects of the event. Information is being made available on NABC website. As in the past years, your enthusiasm and support will make this event a joyous and memorable one for NABC 2019!
We need our banned stars: Australian media react to massive defeat in Melbourne
Deepika Padukone on having kids with Ranveer Singh
India vs Australia, 3rd Test: Following their first-ever Boxing Day Test defeat to India at home, Australia cricket team has been facing criticism from their media and former cricketers. The writing was on the wall ever since Australia were bowled out for 151 in response to India's 443 for 7 declared in the first innings of the Boxing Day Test. Pat Cummins and forecast of rain on Day 4 and Day 5 gave the hosts a glimmer of hope but Virat Kohli's men were relentless in their pursuit of a famous win at the big G.
In an interview with an entertainment website, Deepika said that motherhood "will happen when it has to happen". She said, "Motherhood trumps being married. That's what I hear from people who have had children. Of course, it will happen at some point but no, I think it is unfair to put women through that, to put a couple through that. I guess the day we stop asking the questions is when we will bring about change."Interestingly, when Deepika first met Ranveer, in 2012, she did not want to commit to him.