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Road to avoid

The stretch opposite Metro cinema. The deaf-mute will hold a daylong dharna 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.

Health beat

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.

On stage

Shakespeare’s plays will be staged in an outdoor setting and a dramatised version of the original short story, Easter, will be hosted by the drama club of Calcutta Girls’ School, on the school premises, 5.30 pm to 7 pm. Short plays 16 millimetre and Operation Flush, directed by Samudra Guha, will be staged at Rabindra Sadan, 5.45 pm.

Career fair

The last day of Career Fair 2004 at Science City, noon onwards.

Art watch

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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