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Human Rights

(St Paulís Cathedral, Dec 10, 11 am) A human rights information mela followed by a music concert on human rights and peace, featuring Usha Uthup and Cactus. This brings the curtains down on a 10-day festival on rights organised by Swayam

Embrace: a silent thread

(ITC Sangeet Research Academy, Dec. 6, 4 pm) The product of a 10-day workshop by dancer Tess de Quincey and her Australian troupe, it is a combination of natyashastra and body weather, a Japanese dance form. Organised by British Council, in association with Seagull Arts and Media Resource Centre

The Sari

(Mukulika Banerjee & Daniel Miller) The book is an exploration of the beauty, adaptability and personality of Indiaís most iconic garment, from villagers in Bengal to scientists in Bangalore, from bridal best to everyday wear

Even in the Quietest Moments

(Supertramp) This Supertramp classic is now available as part of a priceless twin-CD pack, also featuring Famous Last Words. The trademark heavy-keyboard concert sound is embellished by the brassy vocals of Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson
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