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Roads to avoid

Traffic may be diverted from Calcutta airport to Raj Bhavan for vice-president Bhairon Singh Shekhawat’s visit to the city.

IT meet

The curtains come down on Infocom 2003, organised by Nasscom and Businessworld, with a technology forum, at Oberoi Grand, from 10 am.

Raj Bhavan

Former Prime Minister I.K. Gujral to release a book on 200 years of Raj Bhavan, in the presence of vice-president Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, at Raj Bhavan, at 4 pm.

Quiz

The eastern zonal finals for the CBSE India Heritage Quiz 2003, at Lakshmipat Singhania Academy, 9 am.

Multiplex

The Bharatiyam cultural multiplex at Salt Lake to be inaugurated by vice-president Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, at 5.45 pm. Governor Viren J. Shah will preside.

New range

A new range of crafts and textiles to be unveiled in the presence of US consul George N. Sibley, film-maker Deepa Mehta and artist Shuvaprasanna, at Sasha, 11.30 am.

Strategy

The Indian strategy Down Under, to be discussed by Wasim Akram and Harsha Bhogle, with Sourav Ganguly, Zaheer Khan and Ashish Nehra, Kala Mandir, 5 pm. Day II of the management week at British Council Library, from 10 am.
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