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View From Calcutta
(Sukanta Chaudhuri) lThis is a selection of pieces the author had penned for a daily between 1993 and 2001. Chaudhuri’s writing blends the concerns of the individual thinking citizen with the sensitivity of a literary scholar
Films on violence
(Max Mueller Bhavan, Nov. 23) lThree docu-films will be screened from 6 pm as part of the satellite events of the exhibition ‘Posters against Right-wing violence’.
by Pepe Danquart, Gauhar Raza’s
In Dark Times
and Gopal Menon’s
Hey Ram!!! Genocide in the Land of Gandhi
(Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble) lFeaturing performances at the Montreux Jazz Festival in ’85 and Austin Opera House and Dallas Starfest in ’86, this set has tracks like
Love Struck Baby
, with Hendrix’s
thrown in as bonus
(Academy of Fine Arts, 2.30 pm) lPart of the theatre fest to mark the 30 years of Chetana, the classic is translated and directed by Suman Mukhopadhyay.
Teesta Parer Brittanto
follows at 6. 30 pm as a twin treat
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