Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli’s post-wedding celebration

With a ring sparkling on her engagement finger and the bridal chudas decked on both her hands, Anushka seems to be embracing her wedded life with utmost grace. Donning a pastel pink number, she looks every bit fabulous in her first snap post-marriage. On the other hand, Virat is no less. He looks dapper as always in his sharp black suit.

Bollywood’s leading lady Anushka Sharma and Indian cricket team captain surprised fans on Monday by announcing the news that they have finally tied the knot. The much-sought-after couple got married in a hush-hush ceremony in Tuscany, Italy. Be it their beautiful ensembles by celebrity designer Sabyasachi or every ritual, their wedding was the kind of stuff dreams are made of. Till now, we had witnessed pictures from the duo’s colorful mehendi, romantic sangeet and desi wedding. Now, a few pictures from their post-wedding DJ party have emerged on social media and we just can’t stop drooling.

Virat and Anushka had announced their wedding news with a joint statement on social media on Monday. “Today we have promised each other to be bound in love forever. We are truly blessed to share the news with you. This beautiful day will be made more special with the love and support of our family of fans & well-wishers. Thank you for being such an important part of our journey,” they had posted.

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The wedding ceremonies took place at a countryside resort called Borgo Finocchieto, one of the most expensive holiday properties in the world located in a small village called Bibbiano. But it’s not like Virat and Anushka don’t mean to celebrate their wedlock in a grand fashion. Two receptions are due, one in Delhi for their relatives on December 21 and the other one in Mumbai for their Bollywood and cricketer friends on December 26.


GD Birla Suspends One Of The Accused who Molestate Of 4-Year-Old Girl

The management of Kolkata's GD Birla school has suspended one of the accused in connection with a four-year-old girl's alleged sexual assault by two teachers of the institution inside the school premises, reported ANI.

The West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Rights (WBCPCR) has also sought the arrest of the principal of the GD Birla Centre for Education.

Principal Sharmila Nath could have dealt with the matter in a sensible manner, WBCPCR Chairperson Ananya Chatterjee Chakraborti told PTI.

"On the contrary, she (Nath) denied the incident first. Under the POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences) Act, she is also an offender. The arrest of the principal is much needed. I have spoken to the Kolkata Police commissioner and told him that she must be arrested," she said.
Chakraborti also asserted that the commission would initiate legal action against the school management for shutting down the institution for an indefinite period.

"They (the school management) cannot jeopardise the future of the 7,000 students studying there. We will definitely take legal action against the management of the school for this," said Chakraborti, who, along with other WBCPCR members, paid a visit to the GD Birla Centre for Education in south Kolkata this morning.

The WBCPCR has also sought the medical report of the child victim from the police.
Two physical training teachers of the school were arrested last week for their alleged role in sexually abusing the nursery student during the school hours.


Galloping away to Glory!

Equestrian sports and horse racing has been an integral part of Kolkata’s culture for centuries. During the winter races are held in Race Course located at the southern end of Kolkata Maidan.

The races shifted to Kolkata in 1812 roughly as the same location as today. Calcutta Turf Club (CTC) also known as the Royal Calcutta Turf Club (RCTC) was officially formed in 1847 to govern the rules and regulations concerning racing and protecting the interests of the turf in Calcutta.

The Indian Navy has always taken great pride in associating with the equestrian sports throughout the country and has actively patronized these events.

The Navy’s association with RCTC goes back to more than four decades when the formal institutionalization of dedicated races became the norm. The Navy has been endorsing two prestigious races at RCTC, Kolkata namely the Navy Cup and the INS Hooghly Cup.

The INS Hooghly Cup is named after the Indian Navy establishment which was commissioned in Calcutta in February 1954 as INS Hooghly, now known as INS Netaji Subash.

The INS Hooghly Cup was instituted in 1994 on the 40th anniversary of the Naval establishment at Kolkata.

Although the Navy Cup and INS Hooghly Cup are new compared to the long history of horse racing in Kolkata they do attract a large number of eminent Kolkatan's.  The Navy and INS Hoogly Cup boost the Indian Navy’s efforts to popularize the sport.

From the left; Saumya Sarda, German Counsel Olaf Iversen, Ghanshyam Sarda and Neeta Sarda during the Navy Cup and Hoogly Cup held at the Royal Calcutta Turf Club in Kolkata.
There were several famous personalities like Ghanshyam Sarda, German Counsel Olaf Iversen, Naresh and Sunita Kumar who joined the event to boost the Indian Navy's effort.

Japanese Consul Kazumi Endo with wife during the Navy Cup and Hoogly Cup held at the Royal Calcutta Turf Club in Kolkata.

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