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Good Morning
ello. It’s Monday, December 2, 2002.

Road to avoid

AJC Bose Road, opposite Nandan. A flyover is coming up.

Telephone

Don’t forget to dial 2 before all existing numbers in the twin cities. All emergency and special service numbers, which are not seven digits long, will remain unchanged. Dial 196 for details.

Footprints

A 60-minute VCD, Holy Footprints of Sri Ramakrishna, to be released at MusicWorld, 2.15 pm.

Pix on view

A photo festival of colour and monochrome photographs and translites, at Sarat Sadan, 5 pm to 8 pm. A panel exhibition of contemporary Japanese architecture (1985-1996), at Nehru Children’s Museum, 1 pm to 7 pm.

Art watch

Brahma to Bapu, Icons and Symbols of Indian Art, CIMA Gallery, 3-7 pm.

Women

Inauguration of a film festival, screening of docufilm Bol, and a dialogue between Aparna Sen and Sohag Sen on ‘Reflections of Women in Films: The Role of a Director’, at Max Mueller Bhavan, 5.30- 7 pm.

Computers

A course for under-privileged children at Raj Bhavan, 10 am. Governor Viren J. Shah will attend. A session on computer literacy for Calcutta Police, at Lalbazar, 11 am. Police chief Sujoy Chakraborty to preside.
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