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ICS hosts dinner for special honored guests at Kuwait Continental Hotel
April 2, 2014, 3:07 pm

On Thursday, 27 March 2014, Indian Cultural Society (ICS) held a dinner at Kuwait  Continental  Hotel in honor of the renowned artistes featured in their  ’Hala Baisakhi Celebration’ which was held on Friday, 28 March.

The dinner was graced by the Indian Ambassador to Kuwait H.E. Mr. Sunil Jain, his wife and S. Swarn Singh (CEO-GSGC), the star performers from India, and several other luminaries from Kuwait.  At the event, the organizing committee of ICS led by President Ashfaque A Khan and General Manager of KCH Kamal Al Din Hussain presented mementoes to the Ambassador and expressed their appreciation for his encouragement. ICS expressed special thanks for the hospitality and care shown by Kuwait  Continental  Hotel & staff to all guests and visitors. The ICS team also highlighted the efforts of their sponsors for their unfailing support to the events organized by the association. Dinner was preceded by a short informal ceremony in which the Ambassador presented marks of appreciation on behalf of ICS to the leading stars Anjan Srivastav, Himani Shivpuri, Shibani Kashyap, Vibha Anand, Piyush, Sachin and Sanjay Jha & entire group.

Beside the ICS executive families, there were several families from Punjab Cultural Society along with Aijaz Ahmed ( MD- Sahara Ac), Vijay D Kapoor (MD- Shourya Furnishing), Alkesh Thakkar ( MD- Crescent Co.), Laly Singh ( MD- Green Spring Group), Karamjit SinghGrover ( President –PSC), Chaitali B Roy (Journalist), Sharif Rangrez (MD- Eternity Travels), Afzal Khan ( MM – Malabar Gold), Dr. N. Dhir ( MD- English Optics), Sardar Satpal Singh, Mrs, Harvinder Kaur, Mrs, Jaswinder Kaur etc.

The dinner was held at the Gardenia Restaurant of the KCH and it was preceded by an impromptu cake cutting ceremony organized by Hotel General Manager Mr. Kamal Al Din.  Gift hampers were distributed to all guests present.


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