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First they killed my father

(Loung Ung) lThis autobiographical account of a daughter of Cambodia whose family was virtually wiped out by Pol Potís Khmer Rouge is startling in its simplicity and clarity. Not just a historical perspective, but a poignant look at one familyís personal struggle for survival.

In Memoriam

(Gaganendra Pradarshashala, March 29, 4 pm) lAn exhibition of theatre photographs and memorabilia of Utpal Dutt, as part of his 73rd birthday celebrations, will be inaugurated by Somnath Chatterjee. Peopleís Little Theatre will stage Titumir at Rabindra Sadan at 6 pm.

Indian classical music

(Seagull Arts and Media Resource Centre, March 31, 6 pm) lAn exploration of the different gharanas through a month-long programme. Writer Amit Chaudhuri (picture above) will perform, host a discussion on the subject and introduce the three singers in the following weeks.

Sochta Hun...

(Babul Supriyo) lThe album is the popular playback singerís first solo foray into the Indipop scene. And going by the mix of the racy (especially the title track) and the lilting numbers (like Jeene Ke Liye) composed by debutant trio Sami-Maroof and Salif, he has a likely winner in hand
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