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Good Morning

Roads to avoid

AJC Bose Road, in front of Calcutta Club and Rabindra Sadan. A flyover is coming up. Chowringhee. Work on flyover in progress.

Theatre

Eugene Ionesco’s Massacre Game on political extremism, presented by Jadavpur University’s department of English, Max Mueller Bhavan, 6.30 pm.

Crafts

Dastkari Bazaar, showcasing the works of traditional groups, to be inaugurated by Governor Viren J. Shah at Swabhumi, 5 pm.

Workshop

‘A story of three Ms: Man, Mosquito and Malaria’, at Rambramha Smriti Sadan, 9.30 am. Lectures on Sri Aurobindo at Aurobindo Bhavan, 6 pm A workshop on IT-Enabled Services at Swabhumi, 9.30 am

Hard Talk

Dr Subir Ganguly, president of the Bengal branch of Indian Medical Association, will meet readers at the IMA Hall, on Biresh Guha Street, near Park Circus Bridge no. 4, at 5 pm.

Art

Brahma to Bapu: Icons and symbols in Indian Art, CIMA Gallery, 2 pm-7 pm.

Lecture

Professor Roald Hoffmann, Nobel laureate, will deliver the Reliance Endowment Lecture on Theoretical Chemistry at Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, 4 pm.
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