ICA is celebrating India's Republic Day with the usual spirit and pomp and show.

The evnet will show case performances by the ICA Hindi school, greetings from the Municipal, Provincial and Fedral administration and some patriotic songs.

There will be refreshments for all guests.

The event is free of cost and all are welcome.

FOR DETAILS CONTACT:

Nish @ 585-6560;

Poonam @ 789-9426

Madhu @ 205-7500

Akanksha@ 502-6278

Saturday, January 26, 2013 - 14:00 - 16:00

Balfour collegiate Hall College Ave. Regina, SK

ICA congratulates all on the occasion of Bapu's birthday.

I feel proud to see the statue of the great leader just outside Regina's City Hall. It is like a temple of peace. We should make it a 'point of interest' in Regina and take our friends and family who visit us from India or elsewhere. Our children should be told the motivating stories about this frail man who due to his education, intelligence, humanity and goodwill made a big mark not only for himself but for all Indians too.

'First Canadian in space' -astronaut Marc Garneau will be in Regina this weekend as part of India Supper Night fundraising event.

Garneau has just been added to the program of the 31st Annual India Supper Night which will take place on Saturday, September 29, on stage at the Conexus Arts Centre. Hosted by the India Canada Association of Saskatchewan (ICA), attendance at this event is expected to top 400.

Mrs. Narinder Chauhan, Acting High Commissioner of India to Canada, will also be in attendance.

This popular event celebrates Indian cuisine & culture.

Want to speak the language spoken by the movers and shakers of the world's next economic super power 'INDIA'?

Come and learn Hindi at ICA Hindi school. Our experienced staff will be keen to provide the personalised support required by you.

The ICA Hindi Language School is operated by India Canada Association of Saskatchewan.

India's tricolour (national flag) was prominently displayed with due honour in Regina's (Saskatchewan)Conexus Arts centre on Aug 18, 2012.

The event called 'India in the Park' was arranged by ICA. There were cultural presentations like dances and patriotic songs on a colourful stage. Our youth and some adult performers entertained the crowds throughout the afternoon. Our young friend Ali from Pakistan performed a dance number. This was a gret lesson for the separatists who continuously look to create voids between the two neighbouring countries.

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