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Islamism and Intelligence in South Asia
Programme : Islamism and Intelligence in South Asia
Start Date:  17 Dec 2018  At:  18:30  .LECTURE ROOM-II BASEMENT (ANNEXE) 
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Islamism and Intelligence in South Asia
Speaker: Dr. Prem Mahadevan is a reasearcher in intelligence studies. He worked as a terrorism analyst for almost nine years at the Swiss Federal Institute of technology in Zurich. He has briefed government expert from across Europe on jihadist networks in South Asia
 
Chair: Shri T.C.A. Raghavan, Director, Indian Council for World Affairs and former High Commissioner to Pakistan
 
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iSculpt 2
Programme : iSculpt 2
Start Date:  18 Dec 2018  At:  09:00  .Gandhi-King Memorial Plaza 
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iSculpt 2
Contemporary installations and sculptures, bronze and ceramic works 
Artists: Satish Gupta; Latika Katt; Puneet Kaushik; Shakti Maira; Sonia Sareen; Nimesh Pilla; Vipul Kumar; Ankon Mitra; Manav Gupta; Biman Das; and G. Reghu
 
Curated by Uma Nair
 
At the opening on Tuesday, 18 December 2018 at 17:00, noted Bharatanatyam artist, Rama Vaidyanathan will perform a Shiva Stuti 
 
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Concert of Jazz Piano
Programme : Concert of Jazz Piano
Start Date:  18 Dec 2018  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
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Concert of Jazz Piano
Presented by Túlio Mourão, one of the greatest Brazilian jazz pianists today
 
(Collaboration: Embassy of Brazil)
 
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CULTURE AND HERITAGE
Programme : CULTURE AND HERITAGE
Start Date:  18 Dec 2018  At:  18:30  .SEMINAR ROOMS I,II & III, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
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CULTURE AND HERITAGE
Coordinated by Amita Baig
 
Voices of the Community: From Ellora-Khuldabad-Daulatabad
Illustrated lecture by Dr. Yaaminey Mubayi, Historian and Social Development Professional with research and field experience in the sector of Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development; author of Altar of Power- The Temple and the State in the Land of Jagannatha (2005)
 
Chair: Dr. Ranjeeta Dutta, Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University
 
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MUSIC APPRECIATION PROMOTION
Programme : MUSIC APPRECIATION PROMOTION
Start Date:  18 Dec 2018  At:  18:30  .LECTURE ROOM-I 
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MUSIC APPRECIATION PROMOTION
 
Mukesh: The Singer who lives on
This presentation on Mukesh will focus on his style of singing, reasons behind his success, biographical details, the social-political context within which his songs are situated, relations with noted film personalities & music directors, etc.  Audio clips would accompany the lecture.  A special feature would be the unheard and unreleased songs of Mukesh
 
A bureaucrat by profession, Pankaj Rag is also a connoisseur of music, who has done extensive research in cinema and culture and his book on film music directors from 1931 – 2005,  Dhuno Ki Yatra is a highly acclaimed book. He has also authored 1857: The Oral Tradition (published by Rupa & Co.) which tries to reconstruct the First War of Independence through folk songs and folk tales 
 
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