The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
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A bold protest against violence

Chaos, death, destruction and decay reign supreme. Anarchy rules the day and for all those sensitive souls across the world, September 11, 2001, heralded the beginning of Doomsday. The world had never, till then, in its wildest dreams had imagined the profile of terrorism to be so ugly. The repercussion of this insane attack and counter-violence tolled the curfew bell. It became necessary for all normal people to react fast, to do something against this madness. But how difficult it is to change warped and diseased minds! Sensible people can only try and make an effort to register their disapproval. Poet-cum-artist Pallab Kanti Mitra felt strongly against this senseless act of violence and took up his easel and brush to protest against terrorism. The fourth annual exhibition of his works, titled Bleak images of worldwide terror, oppression and bloodshed’ , is a bold statement against violence.

When: Till December 7; 3 pm - 8 pm

Where: Academy of Fine Arts, West Gallery

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