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Visitors 2019

Those who made a splash
Amartya Sen leafs through 'Samatat' magazine at EZCC

The Telegraph   |     |   Published 26.12.19, 07:34 PM

Amartya Sen

Where: EZCC

When: January 6

What: The Nobel Laureate economist was the chief guest at the golden jubilee celebration of Bengali little magazine Samatata.

Pullela Gopichand

Where: Biswa Bangla Convention Centre

When: January 11

What: The former badminton player and the coach of India’s biggest names in the sport took part in a fireside chat — titled “scaling success from failure” — that marked the end of the Nasscom International SME Conclave 2019.

KK

Where: BF Block

When: September 4

What: Ganesh puja concert of Salt Lake Maitri Sangha

Amit Shah

Where: BJ Block

When: October 1

What: The Union home minister inaugurated the block’s Durga puja

Mithali Raj

Where: Sreebhumi Sporting Club

When: October 1

What: The India women’s ODI captain inaugurated the Sreebhumi Sporting Club puja with teammate Jhulan Goswami and actor-MP Dev.

P.V. Sindhu

Where: Sreebhumi Sporting Club

When: October 2

What: The ace shuttler visited the puja with her coach P. Gopichand.

Sara Ali Khan

Where: AE (Part 1), CK-CL and DL blocks

When: October 7

What: Came pandal-hopping before an event at Westin in New Town.

Sonu Nigam & Sukhwinder

Where: BF Park

When: October 31

What: The singers came to perform for the Kali puja function of Salt Lake Maitri Sangha.

Akriti Kakar & Aditya Narayan

Where: AJ Park

When: November 2

What: The singers had come for the Vijaya sammelani of Ward 29. Akriti is expected to sing on New Year’s Eve at New Town Business Club.

Micah Richards

Where: The Stadel and Bakstage

When: November 23

What: The Manchester City legend, who turned out for England in 13 matches between 2006 and 2012, analysed a match screened live as Man City took on Chelsea in a Premier League fixture at the Sector V pub. Earlier in the day he did a meet-and-greet session with fans at the stadium hotel. Manchester City brought its silverware to three cities in India on its global trophy tour. The tour is a part of a club celebration after making football history by becoming the first English football club to lift six domestic trophies, across both its men’s and women’s teams in the same season.

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