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Sita’s Curse

(Seema Sirohi) lThe book is the story of six women affected by dowry in some way — a wife persecuted or a mother fighting for her dead daughter’s justice. The victims’ tales are voiced simply and succinctly, and a true picture is illustrated of the backlash from a male-dominated world

Amrapali

(Science City auditorium, March 2, 7 pm) lChoreographed and directed by Alokananda Roy, this programme is a celebration of rhythm to music composed by Tejendra Narayan Majumdar

Paintings

(The Artery, 2 pm to 7 pm) lThis is a collection of art works by Paritosh Sen and a four other artists — Samir Roy, Satyaranjan Sarkar, Sudeshna Halder and S.K. Sahajahan

Chronicle Vol. 1

(CCR) lThis 20-song anthology, the first part of the definitive Creedence Clearwater Revival collection, is pure, straight-ahead American rock and roll, with no excuses given, no questions asked. Numbers like Proud Mary, Green River and Fortunate Son define r&r as a musical form
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