Monday, July 05, 2004
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Road to avoid
The stretch opposite Metro cinema. The deaf-mute will hold a daylong
to press for the execution of rapist-killer Dhananjoy Chatterjee.
Nabaneeta Dev Sen will inaugurate ‘George Sand, Ras Sundari Debi and Nati Binodini — A Study of Contexts’, presented by Alliance Française de Calcutta, Les Prometheens and Oxford Bookstore at the bookshop, 6.30 pm.
A series of interactive sessions on medical and health-related issues, addressed by experts, will be hosted by British Council to mark Medical Week at 16, Camac Street, 10 am to 8 pm.
Shakespeare’s plays will be staged in an outdoor setting and a dramatised version of the original short story,
will be hosted by the drama club of Calcutta Girls’ School, on the school premises, 5.30 pm to 7 pm. Short plays
, directed by Samudra Guha, will be staged at Rabindra Sadan, 5.45 pm.
The last day of Career Fair 2004 at Science City, noon onwards.
Summer Show, an all-India exhibition of paintings and sculptures, on display at CIMA Gallery, 3 pm to 7 pm. An exhibition of the works of Subhashis Saha and Ashis Kirtania at Gallery Kanishka’s, 11 am.
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