Harbhajan Singh, who tied the knot with long-time girlfriend Geeta Basra in Jalandhar on Thursday, will host a wedding reception, likely to be attended by some of the most high-profile cricketers and movie stars in India. The likes of Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh and Shah Rukh Khan will attend the lavish do in New Delhi on November 1.Can’t bowl the dusra now buddy Stick to one line ??! Wish @harbhajan_singh and @Geeta_Basra a happy life together love u both ????????????????&; yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) October 28, 2015 Harbhajan, who debuted for India back in 1998, has since been one of the leading off-spinners in the world and currently has 417 Test wickets and besides 269 in one-day internationals. ‘Bhajji’ as the Punjab spinner is fondly called by teammates and fans, has been a key member of Indian teams for nearly two decades and continues to remain a crowd favourite.The grand wedding was attended by among other celebrities, Sachin Tendulkar and his wife Anjali.Yuvraj, who last appeared for India at the ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh early last year, will skip Ranji Trophy duties to attend childhood friend Harbhajan’s party on Sunday. India’s Test skipper Virat Kohli, who was in sublime form against South Africa in the recently concluded ODI series, is also in the guest-list.Bollywood superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra are also likely to make it to the reception. It has been learnt that Prime Minister Narendra Modi could drop by to bless the newly-wedded couple.If the wedding was anything to go by, the reception promises to be studded with excitement. Harbhajan, who went down on one knee to propose Geeta, also did the traditional Bhangra dance. advertisementHowever, India’s limited overs captain MS Dhoni was not present at the wedding nor is he expected to make it to the reception. Dhoni and Bhajji have for long been considered close friends.
Ravneet Kaur, Additional Secretary has been appointed as the Chairperson and Managing Director (C&MD) of India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC).She is an IAS officer of 1988 batch, Punjab cadre and was the Joint Secretary in the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion under Ministry of Commerce and Industry prior to this role. She has also worked as Principal Secretary in the Departments of Higher Education and Languages, Cabinet, Coordination and Parliamentary Affairs with Government of Punjab. Earlier, in Government of India she has served in the Department of Financial Services, Department of Economic Affairs and Department of Disinvestment.