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One: Experience the Oneness with Music
Programme : One: Experience the Oneness with Music
Start Date:  23 May 2019  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
 
One: Experience the Oneness with Music
(131 min; 2014; dvd; English subtitles)
Conceived and Directed by Jayandra P.
 
A unique Carnatic music film featuring renowned vocalist T.M. Krishna. The film is an experiment film that attempts to break preconceived notions in musical aesthetics. Taking the artist away from the proscenium stage, without any accompanying musicians, to a presentation of the artist in a variety of serene woodland settings in India, blending mellifluous ragas with the voice of nature
 
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The Ambassador Series
Programme : The Ambassador Series
Start Date:  22 May 2019  At:  17:30  .SEMINAR ROOMS I,II & III, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
Description :
 
The Ambassador Series
 
 
 
India and Canada: Creating a Model 21st Century Partnership
 
Speaker: H.E. Mr. Nadir Patel, High Commissioner of Canada to India
 
Chair: Ambassador Vishnu Prakash, former High Commissioner of India to Canada
 
 
 
India and Canada have a longstanding relations built upon shared values of democracy, pluralism and strong personal relations at the highest level. Canada is among the fastest growing equity investors in India. It is home to one of the largest Indian diaspora communities and remains a popular destination for Indian immigrants. There remains immense opportunities between the two countries in areas ranging from health and education to renewable energy and innovations. The session will discuss the future of India-Canada relations and the imperative of creating a model partnership for the 21st century
 
 
 
(Collaboration: Ananta Aspen Centre)
 
 
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China Since its WTO Membership: An Exploration
Programme : China Since its WTO Membership: An Exploration
Start Date:  22 May 2019  At:  15:00  .CONFERENCE ROOM II 
Description :
 
China Since its WTO Membership: An Exploration
 
Speaker: Dr. Biswajit Dhar, Professor & Head, Centre for WTO Studies, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. Dr. Dhar has been working extensively on the multilateral trading system for more than two decades
 
 
 
Chair: Ambassador Jayant Dasgupta, former Ambassador to WTO
 
 
 
China’s experience as a WTO member raises a number of important questions many of which need to be explored and explained. The most intriguing is that while most developing countries, including India and Brazil, were complaining about the constraints they had faced in the WTO to protect their interests, China was able to expand rapidly in international markets. On hindsight, it is obvious that China used its WTO membership to considerable advantage. How was it able to do this? What did China do so strikingly different from other developing countries to make such a big difference on the international stage? And can developing countries draw lessons from China’s engagement with the WTO and replicate them, at least partially?
 
 
 
(Collaboration: Institute of Chinese Studies)
 
 
 
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Two films by Taina de Luccas from Brazil
Programme : Two films by Taina de Luccas from Brazil
Start Date:  21 May 2019  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
Two films by Taina de Luccas from Brazil
 
Train of Tears (10 min; dvd; English subtitles)
After the tragedy of a mining dam collapse in Brumadinho, Brazil, a documentary crew captured the daily lives of local residents. Through the impressions of women who live in the area, the narrative is riddled with faith, pain and anger. Train of Tears depicts the perplexity of a community that had their history wiped out by the toxic mud
 
Climate Amazon: The Forest of Today and Tomorrow
(33 min; 2015; dvd; English subtitles)
The documentary focuses on the relationship between the Amazon and the climate through a carefully built narrative that includes interviews with renowned scientists and specialists in the area. Climate Amazon invites viewers to an immersion in the rainforest environment, showing the countless interactions between the forest and the climate, the water cycle and the carbon storage performed by the trees
 
The films will be introduced by Taina de Luccas
 
Screening will be followed by a discussion
 
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Poetry to Fiction-Swerving to Solitude
Programme : Poetry to Fiction-Swerving to Solitude
Start Date:  20 May 2019  At:  18:30  .CONFERENCE ROOM I 
Description :
Poetry to Fiction-Swerving to Solitude
 
Speaker: Shri Keki N. Daruwalla, Indian poet and short story writer in English language. He is also a former Indian Police Service officer. He was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award, in 1984 
 
Chair: Ms Ritu Menon
 
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