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The Sanlaap Workshop

(June 30, from 11 am) A daylong exhibition of block printed and embroidered garments and handicrafts made by the production unit at Sneha, Srijoni. Actress Rupa Ganguly (picture above) to inaugurate it at 6A Deshapriya Park East.

Sense and Sensuality

(June 30, 7 pm) The launch of Lazzat Un Nisa (The Pleasure of a Woman), by Janet Fine, at Oxford Bookstore. The author will engage in a discussion with Moon Moon Sen (picture above), Kishore Bhimani and others

Sentimental Asha

(Asha Bhonsle) Chain se humko kabhi For some, the first song is reason enough to pick up this HMV cassette. And then there is Mera Kuch Samaan and Justuju Jiski Thi to add to the mood of mellow melancholy. Forget the fast-paced pop picks, this is sublime Asha

Oryx and Crake

(Margaret Atwood) This futuristic look at the world as a wasteland caused by genetic tampering chills with its echoes of present day controversy. But fans of the Canadian Booker-prize winning author need not fret. The human drama loses none of its punch to the sci-fi element
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