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CM to attend B R Shetty’s son’s wedding on Jan 5

Published On : 04 Jan 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is likely to attend the wedding of Binay Shetty, son of renowned NRI entrepreneur and MD and CEO of NMC Healthcare to be held on January 5. The groom Binay is the COO of NMC Healthcare. The grand wedding is scheduled to be held at the Sahyadri Engineering College grounds at Adyar.

Meanwhile, preparations are underway for the grand wedding ceremony slated to be the most lavish wedding the district has ever seen.

An event management team from Mumbai is at work on the ground level for this gala wedding event as part of which there will be the Mehendi, Sangeeth ceremony, two private parties and a grand reception.







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