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An Evening of Eternal Melodies of Bengali and Hindi Composers
Programme : An Evening of Eternal Melodies of Bengali and Hindi Composers
Start Date:  21 Jul 2019  At:  18:30  .MULTIPURPOSE HALL 
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An Evening of Eternal Melodies of Bengali and Hindi Composers
By Sayani Palit, eminent Indian classical and semi-classical vocalist, playback singer and music composer
(Collaboration: Impresario India)
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Mind and Society: From Indian Studies to General Sociology
Programme : Mind and Society: From Indian Studies to General Sociology
Start Date:  20 Jul 2019  At:  18:30  .SEMINAR ROOMS I,II & III, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
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Mind and Society: An Evening in Honour of Prof. J.P.S. Uberoi
On the occasion of the publication of Mind and Society: From Indian Studies to General Sociology
By J.P.S. Uberoi (Oxford University Press)
Speakers: Prof. J.P.S. Uberoi former Professor, Centre for the Advanced Study of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics; Prof. Ashis Nandy, Political Psychologist, Senior Honorary Fellow, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies; Prof. Shiv Visvanathan, Director, Centre for the Study of Knowledge Systems, O.P. Jindal Global University; Prof. Savyasaachi, Professor, Department of Sociology, Jamia Millia Islamia; and Prof. Deepak Mehta, Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Ashoka Univesity
Chair: Khalid Tyabji, Editor

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Banaras ka Thug
Programme : Banaras ka Thug
Start Date:  19 Jul 2019  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
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Banaras ka Thug (Hindi/60 min)
Banaras ka Thug is a short story by Khwaja Ahmed Abbas about an unknown man who enters Banaras and proceeds to question all the rules of the city
Dramatised performance directed by Anuradha Kapur
Music by Vidya Rao and readings by Danish Iqbal
(Collaboration: Khwaja Ahmed Abbas Memorial Trust)
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Water Wise Cities
Programme : Water Wise Cities
Start Date:  19 Jul 2019  At:  18:30  .LECTURE ROOM-II BASEMENT (ANNEXE) 
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Water Wise Cities
Panelists: Ms. Karuna Gopal, MRICS; Dr. A.K. Gosain; Dr. Nupur Bahdadur; Dr. Suresh Kumar Rohilla; and Dr. Paritosh Tyagi
Chair: Professor Joseph V Thanikal, Associate Dean & Director, School of Real Estate
“Cities of future”, Smart Cities”, and “Affordable housing” are terms now familiar among the public. Can we have cities, above mentioned, without safe water to drink and good air to breath? Does the dense population means economic growth without a drop of water to drink? When cities like Brisbane, thought much earlier about recycle and reuse the water, where are rest of cities? ‘Water-wise’ behaviour means that leadership culture, governance arrangements, professional capacity and innovative technology are all aligned with the objective of maximising sustainable urban water outcomes. Sustainable urban water management means that all water within the city (including reservoir and aquifer water, desalinated water, recycled water and storm water) is managed in a way that recognises the connection between services, urban design and the basin, with an approach that maximises the achievement of urban liveability outcomes, and resilience to unexpected social, economic or bio-physical shocks, while replenishing the environment. The objective of this dialogue is to collectively discuss and engage, urban leaders, water managers, individuals and other stakeholders to be inspired for collective solution and wisely preserve this rare commodity “WATER”.
The speakers will discuss the following issues - sources of water; planning and distribution; contamination and control; sustainable urban water; and water wise communities
(Collaboration: RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University)
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To Mark Mandela International Day 2019
Programme : To Mark Mandela International Day 2019
Start Date:  18 Jul 2019  At:  10:30  .GANDHI KING PLAZA & AUDITORIUIM 
Description :
To Mark Mandela International Day 2019
Commemoration of Nelson Mandela’s 101st Birthday
Commemoration Service
Songs by School Choirs from Delhi NCR
Mandela Katha Mala
“I am influenced more than ever before by the conviction that social equality is the only basis of human happiness.” – Nelson Mandela from a letter to Senator Douglas Lukhele, written on Robben Island, 1st August 1070
Message from the UN Secretary General to be read by Shri Rajiv Chandran, National Information Officer, United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan
Speakers: H.E. The High Commissioner of South Africa; and Shri Suhas Borker, Convener, Working Group on Alternative Strategies
Interactive session with students of schools from Delhi NCR
Foyer outside the Auditorium
Madiba and His Struggle
An exhibition of paintings by students of Bluebells School International 
Organised as part of Taking Gandhi to Children series that brings children closer to the enduring legacy of Gandhi’s non-violent struggle for equity, justice, pluralism and sustainable development
(Collaboration: Gandhi Yuva Baradari; United Nations Information Centre; and Working Group on Alternative Strategies)
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