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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. Southern Avenue. Road closed in stretches as a drainage pumping station is being erected.


Inauguration of Nandikarís 19th National Theatre Festival at the Academy of Fine Arts. Awards ceremony to be followed by Phullaketur Paalaa by Bohurupee, from 6 pm.


Sarod by Tejendranarayan Mazumdar and tabla by Zakir Hussain at Kala Mandir, 6 pm. Bangladeshi singers to perform at Rabindra Sadan to mark the nationís 32nd Victory Day, 6 pm. A festival of western classical music by Sudeep Pande, Tenzing Lama and Rev. Noel Sen at St Jamesí Church, 6.30 pm. Nava Nalanda High School presents Abanindranath Tagoreís Rajkahini, featuring 200 students, at Madhusudan Mancha, 6.30 pm.

Book launch

Prof Pabitra Sarkar will release a book, Fruits of Worship, written by Ralph W. Nicholas, at Oxford Bookstore, 6.30 pm.

Art watch

Sixth International Festival of Non-Verbal Arts at Swabhumi, 5.30 pm. Brahma to Bapu: Icons and symbols in Indian Art, CIMA Gallery, 2 pm-7 pm. Exhibition of recent works by Paul Coldwell and Charlotte Hodes at British Council, 3 pm-7pm.
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