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(Hillary Rodham Clinton) The former First Ladyís memoirs are not just a chronicling of her own life, from student activist to lawyer and life in the White House as the Presidentís wife, but also a take on world events, some of which most people are still unaware of. It tells the story of an ordinary girl from Middle America who is now a New York Senator

Jang Aur Aman

(Max Mueller Bhavan, June 16, 5.30 pm) Filmed by Anand Patwardhan (picture above) over three years in India, Pakistan, Japan and the US, the documentary portrays peace activism in the face of global militarism and war. The filmmaker will conduct a Q&A session after the screening

Andhakaar O Rabindraramani

(Rabindra Sadan, June 16, 6.30 pm) The musical play will be performed by Shatabdi Roy (picture above) Soumitra Mitra and Srikanta Acharya, followed by an interactive poetry recital by Roy and Mitra


Swapner Kathamala

(Various) The album is a product of a workshop by Swayam, an NGO working with deprived women. And it is their dreams and pledges that the lines speak of. Set to tune by Sankho Banerjee, the songs are sung by established names Lopamudra Mitra, Indrani Sen and Usha Uthup as well as upcoming talents Neepabithi Ghosh and Annie Chatterjee
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