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The Sky Is Pink (Hindi Movie)
Hindi Movie
The Sky is Pink is the incredible love story of a couple spanning 25 years, told through the lens of their teenage daughter. She is sassy, sardonic, spunky and also…dead! A fact

Diwali Celebrations | AZ Rajput 3rd Diwali Celebration-Open to All
Religious
Please join us to celebrate festival of lights-Enjoy an evening of fun, food, entertainment & firework. Tentative schedule of events is as follow. Laxchhami Puja, National

GCA Diwali Dinner & Bollywood Night
Cultural
Socializing / Appetizer followed by Dinner Dress Code: Indian Traditional (Suggested) Contact: Bhushan Parikh (623-217-8007) or Nilesh Modi(480-231-5556) for table/seat assignment

Pooram - A Comedy Dance Musical Show
Cultural
Opportunity to dance with popular Indian cine stars ! Looking for Bollywood or Classical dance trained girls age (15 to 23) for performing on our mega show on Date & Time

Mahima 2019
Cultural
You request the song Let the magic happen Sit back & enjoy the medley (after the intermission) A maestro on an ancient instrument takes on movie songs and makes the stage come

Deepavali Sambaralu | Telugu Association
Cultural
* Fire Works * Stage Drama by Adults * Cultural activities by local talent * Drawing / Costume Competition for kids * Family Fun Event * Telugu traditional dinner * Indian Dresses

Diwali Celebrations | SW Rajputs
Religious
All proceedings will go towards supporting the Narayan Seva Sansthan in Udaipur as well as educational support for children from low-income families

Sightseeing at Mahabalipuram and more: Full schedule of Modi-Xi informal summit on October 11-12

In what comes as the second informal summit between India and China, Chinese President Xi Jinping will be in India on October 11-12 to hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the schedule for which has been updated accordingly. The tentative programme of the high-profile meet of the two world leaders is packed to the brim with events for the two days. Here's a look at their schedule:

October 11, 2019 (Friday)

- Chinese President Xi Jinping would be landing in Chennai, Tamil Nadu at around 1.20 PM. At the time of his arrival, no domestic and international flights would be allowed to operate for about 10-15 minutes and airlines have already been alerted accordingly to reschedule their timings.

- This will be followed by a formal welcome to a traditional dance and music ceremony at the airport.

- Jinping would then proceed to Hotel ITC Grand Chola on Anna Salai in Chennai's Guindy area at 1.45 PM.

- After having some rest, the Chinese President would leave for Mahabalipuram, about 55 km away from Chennai, on road.

- There, along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he would be visiting Arjuna's Penance, a landmark attraction, at 5 PM. They would then proceed to other attractions of the historical town -- Pancha Rathas (also known as Five Rathas or Pandava Rathas) at 5:20 PM and the famous Shore Temple at 5:45 PM.

- PM Modi would be staying over at the Hotel Taj Fisherman's Cove near Mahabalipuram.

- A cultural evening will be held for the leaders. Modi will host Jinping for dinner.

- After dinner, the Chinese President would return to his hotel at 9 PM.

October 12, 2019 (Saturday)

- At 9:00 AM, Chinese President Xi Jinping would leave for Mahabalipuram to hold bilateral talks with PM Modi.

- The two world leaders will have a luncheon meeting.

- After the meeting, Xi will leave for Chennai at around 1 PM.

- At around 2:20 PM, Xi Jinping is supposed to depart for China.

PM Modi met Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of SCO summit in Kyrgyzstan. That was the first meeting of Indian Prime Minister with the Chinese leader in 2019. Both leaders met 4 times in 2018, starting with Informal Wuhan summit in April followed by bilateral meetings on the sidelines of SCO, BRICS and G20.

Next year both India and China celebrate 70 years of establishment of ties and 70 important events -- 35 in India, 35 in China to mark the event. Both sides also called for expediting discussing on the boundary question.

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