Thursday, June 05, 2003
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Road to avoid
Chowringhee. Barricaded for flyover construction.
Haywards 5000 Merchant’s Cup Football semi-finals at CC&FC from 7 pm.
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee will inaugurate a mobile monitoring laboratory, as part of a programme organised by West Bengal Pollution Control Board, at Paribesh Bhavan, Salt Lake, at 4 pm. it-and-draw contest to be held at Netaji Indoor Stadium from 10 am. A special souvenir on Environment Day will be released at Indian Museum at 5.30 pm. Mike H. Pandey’s
The Last Migration
will be screened. A walk organised by Taj Bengal will start from the hotel at 7.30 am. Sit-and-draw and other contests to promote green awareness at Mahadevi Birla School, from 9 am. An awareness camp, organised by United Nations Environment Programme, at the crossing of Elgin Road and Chowringhee from 10 am. Distribution of saplings and other programmes at Birla Industrial & Technological Museum, 10.30 am. FACE will take out a rally to raise environmental awareness from the Lakes to Gariahat, 9 am. A presentation on water by Centre for Built Environment at Academy of Fine Arts, 2 pm to 5 pm. A campaign against the use of plastic bags, organised by PUBLIC, will be launched in the Rabindra Sarobar area at 6.30 am.
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee will inaugurate Roopkala Kendra, an audio-visual studio, at Salt Lake at 5 pm.
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