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Martyrs’ Day
Programme : Martyrs’ Day
Start Date:  27 Jan 2018  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
Martyrs’ Day
 
Women, Partition and Gandhi
Speaker: Ms Ritu Menon, Women Unlimited 
 
Followed by a performance 
Songs of protest and freedom 
by Prof. Sumangala Damodaran, Ambedkar University
 
(Collaboration: Sarvodaya International Trust)
 
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Vidhi Dialogues
Programme : Vidhi Dialogues
Start Date:  29 Jan 2018  At:  18:00  .CONFERENCE ROOM I 
Description :
Vidhi Dialogues
 
Electoral Finance Reforms in India 
Panellists: Dr S.Y. Quraishi (former Chief Election Commissioner of India); and Prof Rajeev Gowda (Member of Parliament and Academic) 
 
(Collaboration: Vidhi Centre for Legal Studies)
 
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Sarod and Slide Guitar Duet Recital
Programme : Sarod and Slide Guitar Duet Recital
Start Date:  29 Jan 2018  At:  18:30  .LECTURE ROOM-II BASEMENT (ANNEXE) 
Description :
Sarod and Slide Guitar Duet Recital
By brothers,  Dipanker Roy  from Delhi, disciple of  Ustad Shujaat Khan and Abhijit Roy from Delhi, disciple of Late Pt Bholanath Bhattacharya
 
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Concert – Folk Music from Hungary
Programme : Concert – Folk Music from Hungary
Start Date:  30 Jan 2018  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
Concert – Folk Music from Hungary
Presented by The Muzsikás, Hungarian Folk Music Ensemble – Mihály Sipos (violin, citera); Lászlo Porteleki (violin, koboz, vocal); Péter Éri (viola, mandolin, flute, long flute); and Dánile Hamar (contrabass, gardon, drum, cymbals)
With guest artists: Kacsó Hanga (vocal); and Berecz István
 
Winners of the WOMEX Award 2008 for World Music. After 40 years of their unrivalled career, Muzsikás is the most renowned and popular Hungarian folk music worldwide and in their home country as well. Their music can be characterised as the traditional arrangements of authentic Hungarian folk music featuring a style that is typical of the best of village musicians  
 
(Collaboration: Embassy of Hungary; and Hungarian Information & Cultural Centre)
 
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Cultivating Pathways of Creative Research: New Horizons of Transformative Movements, Collaborative Imaginations and Planetary Realizations
Programme : Cultivating Pathways of Creative Research: New Horizons of Transformative Movements, Collaborative Imaginations and Planetary Realizations
Start Date:  31 Jan 2018  At:  18:00  .SEMINAR ROOMS II & III, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
Description :
Cultivating Pathways of Creative Research: New Horizons of Transformative Movements, Collaborative Imaginations and Planetary Realizations
 A discussion and launch of  a book by Ananta Kumar Giri,  Madras Institute of Development Studies
 
An Introduction and Invitation to our Trilogy on Creative Research by Professor Ananta Kumar Giri, Madras Institute of Development Studies, Chennai; Reflections on Pathways of Creative Research: Towards a Festival of Dialogues by Professor John Clammer, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonepat; Reflections on Cultivating Pathways of Creative Research by Professor T.K. Oommen, Professor Emeritus and  JNU; Dr. Kalyan Kumar Chakravarty, Former Vice-Chancellor, NUEPA and Distinguished Professor, Centurion University, Odisha; Reflections on Research as Realization: Science, Spirituality and Harmony by Dr. Devnath Pathak, Dept. of Sociology, South Asian University, New Delhi  and  Professor Subhash Sharma, Director, Indus Business Academy, Bangalore
 
Chair: Professor T.K. Oommen, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Jawaharlal Nehru University
 
(Collaboration: Primus Books)
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