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Towards a Holistic Long term Medi-Care system – The case of Covid-19
Programme : Towards a Holistic Long term Medi-Care system – The case of Covid-19
Start Date:  08 Aug 2020  At:  16:30  .WEBINAR 
Description :
Towards a Holistic Long term Medi-Care system – The case of Covid-19
Panellists: Dr. V.K. Paul, Member, Niti Aayog; and Prof. K. Srinath Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India
 
Opening Remarks: Shri N.N. Vohra, President, IIC
 
Moderator: Prof. Vinayshil Gautam, Founder Director, IIM-K; 1st Head, Manag. Dept. IIT-D; Leader Consulting Team, IIM-S; and ex KPMG
 
The discussion will present a multi-disciplinary approach to the pandemic, covering emergency health care systems, safety engines of healthcare, emergency case development, evolving social narratives and change in frameworks of reference

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Book Discussion Group
Programme : Book Discussion Group
Start Date:  10 Aug 2020  At:  16:00  .WEBINAR 
Description :
Book Discussion Group
 
K File: The Conspiracy of Silence
By Bashir Assad (New Delhi: Vitasta Publishing, 2020)
 
Discussants: Lt. Gen. Syed Ata Hasnain, PVSM, UYSM, AVSM, SM, VSM; Shri Sushil Pandit, activist and Founder, Roots in Kashmir; Dr. Rekha Choudhary, formerly Professor of Political Science, University of Jammu & Kashmir and formerly, Fellow, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla; and Shri Bashir Assad, senior journalist, researcher and author of the book
 
Chair: Shri N.N. Vohra, President, IIC
 
The conflict in Jammu and Kashmir is one of the biggest internal security challenges for the Indian state. 2001 saw over 4,500 terror-related deaths in the state. This figure has steadily declined in the last 18 years, makinf the world wrongly believe this reduction in violence is a sign that Kashmir is moving towards conflict resolution. Bashir Assad argues, there is never going to be a resolution of conflict in Kashmir and return to peace unless all stakeholders – the Kashmiris themselves, the Indian state and the political parties in Kashmir get together and negotiate peace with the militants. 
 
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Covid – 19 and Geopolitics
Programme : Covid – 19 and Geopolitics
Start Date:  12 Aug 2020  At:  16:00  .WEBINAR 
Description :
Covid – 19 and Geopolitics
Panelists: Dr. T.C.A. Raghavan, Director-General, Indian Council of World Affairs, former High Commissioner to Pakistan and Singapore and author of Abdur Rahim – Courtiers and Poets in Mughal India; The People Next Door – The Curious History of India’s Relations with Pakistan; and History Men – Jadunath Sarkar, G.S. Sardesai, Raghubir Sinh and Their Quest for India’s Past (2020); and Shri Shrenik Rao, Editor-in-Chief, Madras Courier and Fellow, Oxford University’s Reuters Institute of Journalism
 
Moderator: Ambassador K.P. Fabian
 
The world that emerges free from Covid-19 will be different from what it was before the contagion appeared, What will be the modified geopolitical equations? Will China’s rise be accelerated, decelerated, or even reversed? What might be the change in the worldview of United States after the November 2020 elections? Will the South get appropriate assistance from the North to address the crisis and later to restore its economy? What are the lessons to be learnt? What are the challenges and opportunities facing India now as the contagion is still raging, and what might be the challenges and opportunities after it has been contained and, hopefully, eliminated in the whole world?
 
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Exploring Notions of Bhakti in the Making of Ram in a Hindu-Muslim Ramlila Tradition
Programme : Exploring Notions of Bhakti in the Making of Ram in a Hindu-Muslim Ramlila Tradition
Start Date:  14 Aug 2020  At:  16:00  .WEBINAR 
Description :
Exploring Notions of Bhakti in the Making of Ram in a Hindu-Muslim Ramlila Tradition
Illustrated lecture by Dr. Molly Kaushal, Professor of Performance Studies and Head, Janapada Sampada Division, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts
 
Introduction: Prakash Tripathi
 
Discussant and Chair: Shri Shrivatsa Goswami
 
Shamshad Ali has been playing Ram for almost eight years now in the Ramlila of Kheriya, a small village in Uttar Pradesh. What does it mean to play the role of Ram for him, a “devout Muslim” as he describes himself.  The presentation is based on interviews with Shamshad about his life’s journey and the process he went through that made him “identify with is role completely”
 
 
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