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Soiree to end club bash

Jamshedpur’s oldest club, The Milanee, is all set to end its centenary celebrations on a memorable note.

Honorary secretary of the club Krishnendu Chatterjee said that on the penultimate day on February 4, Tata Steel managing director T.V. Narendran would release a centenary souvenir.

“He will also inaugurate a photo gallery, which will portray memorable and special pictures associated with the club,” Chatterjee said.

Another highlight will be staging of Tagore’s dance drama by a ballet troupe from Calcutta. Distribution of prizes for various competitions organised throughout the centenary year will also take place on the same day.

According to Chatterjee, the club will host a musical soiree by Calcutta-based Bengali singer Shampa Kundu on February 5.

The musical extravaganza will be followed by a grand dinner, which will be attended by over 400 club members and other guests.

“The dinner will bring an end to the celebrations,” Chatterjee said.


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