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Updated on May 3, 2016

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Up comming Events

1>Mark your calendar for 36th NABC conference at Madison Square Gardens, New York, New York from 1st to 3rd July 2016. Presentation of highly entertaining program with vocalists, dancers, musicians, actors, actresses & band group from Mombai, Kolkata & Dhaka will be highlight again at the sanmelan. So check it out by clicking following link.

UPCOMING EVENT OF PBCA: BASANTA UTSAB: PBCA will host on MAY 14th, 2016 Saturday at 4:00 PM. Vanue: Don Bosco Secondary School. 2 St.Andrews Blvd. Etobicoke. Chairperson: Rathin Ghose (905-890-3739) / Ruby Mukherjee (905-202-3823). A spectacular varity show of dance, drama, music & comedy. For more details, please click on the link below.

UPCOMING EVENT OF TSS: 11th annual festival of performing arts on May 21st & May 22nd. Vanue: Don Bosco Secondary School. 2 St.Andrews Blvd. Etobicoke. A spectacular varity show of dance, drama, music & comedy plus Folk, Baul, Lalon Geeti to classical fusion, to Bollywood. You have everything under one roof. For more information please call Tapan Sen (416-707-7661 ) / Dhruba Ghosh (647-680-3228 ).

News on Sports & Entertainment

India slip in ICC ODI and T20I rankings - Australia and New Zealand, the two finalists of the 2015 Cricket World Cup, have retained their top two positions in the latest ICC/ODI team rankings, announced by the game's apex body

The 63rd National Film Awards ceremony got a dash of glitz and glamour of Bollywood with Amitabh Bachchan and Kangana Ranaut getting Best Actor and Best Actress honours.

Sports

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Australia and New Zealand, the two finalists of the 2015 Cricket World Cup, have retained their top two positions in the latest ICC (International Cricket Council) ODI team rankings, announced by the game's apex body. The results from the 2012-13 season has been dropped, while the value of results from 2014-15 has been reduced to half its weightage. The two semi-finalists of last year's World Cup, India and South Africa, have swapped places and are now ranked four and three respectively. Bangladesh, who enjoyed a renaissance, especially at home, are now ranked seventh while Pakistan, who have struggled for supremacy in the 50-over format of the game, slipped to nine in the latest updates.

Entertainment

The 63rd National Film Awards ceremony got a dash of glitz and glamour of Bollywood with Amitabh Bachchan and Kangana Ranaut getting Best Actor and Best Actress honours. President Pranab Mukherjee presented the awards at the ceremony at Vigyan Bhavan, which got talent from all the regional cinematic worlds across India under one roof. While Amitabh, dressed up in a black suit, picked up the award for his act as a Bengali father in Piku. Kangana looking radiant in off-shoulder gown got the honour for her superlative dual act in Tanu Weds Manu Returns. Also see photo of Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover pose during their wedding ceremony held in Mumbai.

News Articles

Bio-medical waste: What lies in store? - The new draft Bio-Medical Waste Management Rules 2016, released recently by the Minister of Environment, has an evolved framework for the management and handling of bio-medical waste in India.

SC demands list of companies owing more than Rs 500 cr to banks The Supreme Court asked the Reserve Bank of India to submit a list of the defaulter companies which owe more than Rs 500 crore to public sector banks.

Discovering the joy of Maths - A facilitator using brightly coloured interactive materials to make Maths interesting for children. Big numbers, complex equations, confusing formulas and lengthy theorems make Mathematics the villain in many students’ lives.

Make in India: Modi government needs to go the extra mile to woo investors - The Union government, under the leadership of the Prime Minister, has been focusing on making this journey an exciting one for global investors.

(a) WB polls: EC takes strict measures to curb pre, post violence in sixth phase, (b) Woman jumps off train with baby to escape rape,(c) Drivers, get off footpaths or cough up Rs 2,500,(d) 12K Ponzi fraud? HC petition spills beans on Diamond Harbour company,(e) Bengal academics express solidarity with agitating JNU students,(f) Serial robbers strike at Kolkata' Golf Garden.

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