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Sangeet Ashram

(G.D. Birla Sabhagar, March 22, 6.30 pm) lEnjoy an evening of classical music with Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma (picture above) on the santoor and Kumar Bose on the tabla. Governor Viren J. Shah will inaugurate the show, organised by Vijay Kichlu. The Ashram will hold regular classes on Indian classical music for students from the financially weaker section of society

The life and times of G.D. Birla

(Medha M. Kudaisya) lThis book goes beyond being just a biography, although of a prominent Indian who had a hand in shaping the country through his own successes, deeds and ideas. It is the backdrop of a century spanning two World Wars, the Indian freedom struggle and independence that provide the material for an epic story

ICC World Cup final

(March 23, 1.30 pm, Sony Max) lDonít miss Souravís boys in blue battling it out against defending champion Australia in the title match of the 2003 World Cup at the Wanderers in Johannesburg on Sunday

Blood On The Tracks

(Bob Dylan) lThis Dylan classic is now available on CD. An absolute must in the definitive collection of works by folk-rock icon, this set comprises some of the master lyricistís most outstanding songs, like Tangled Up In Blue, Idiot Wind and Shelter From The Storm
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