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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”

Kindly please click on the registration link below:
 
http://webcast.streaminglive.in/iicwebinar4/signup.php
 
 
 
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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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Epidemic, Migrant Labour, and the Politics of Life
Programme : Epidemic, Migrant Labour, and the Politics of Life
Start Date:  07 Aug 2020  At:  17:00  .WEBINAR 
Description :
Epidemic, Migrant Labour, and the Politics of Life
Speaker: Prof. Ranabir Samaddar, Distinguished Chair in Migration and Forced Migration Studies, Calcutta Research Group
 
And in conversation with Prof. Binod Khadria, Former Professor of Economics and Education and Migration, Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University
 
While scenes of migrant workers walking in long processions caught the cameras of the journalists, it still requires to be asked: What lay behind these long marches? How do caste, race, gender, and other fault lines operate in governmental strategies to cope with a virus epidemic? If the fight against an epidemic has been compared with a war, what are the forces of power at play in this war against the pandemic? What indeed explains the sudden visibility of the migrant workers in the time of a public health crisis?
 
 
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India-China Relations: Galwan valley Postscript
Programme : India-China Relations: Galwan valley Postscript
Start Date:  05 Aug 2020  At:  16:00  .WEBINAR 
Description :
India-China Relations: Galwan valley Postscript
Speakers: Col. Ajai Shukla (Retd.), Consulting Editor (Strategic Affairs, Business Standard; Shri Ananth Krishnan, journalist with The Hindu and author of the forthcoming book India’s China Challenge; and Prof. Hemant Adlakha, Associate Professor, Centre for Chinese and South Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University
 
Moderator: Cmde. C. Uday Bhaskar, Director, Society for Policy Studies, New Delhi
 
The discussion takes off from the recent events of June 2020 on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Galwan valley that marks the end of a 45-year period which saw no armed confrontation involving the loss of lives. The discussion will re-evaluate and re-assess India’s China policy and what is the way forward
 


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A Festival of Plays
Programme : A Festival of Plays
Start Date:  03 Aug 2020  At:  00:00  .ONLINE 
Description :
A Festival of Plays
Organised in collaboration with Italian Embassy Cultural Centre, four plays of Pippo Delbono, well-known Italian theatre actor and director will be streamed through Vimeo links. Presented by the Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione, Italy, each of the plays feature leading actors from theatres in Modena, Cesena, Vignola and Castelfranco Emilia.
 
The four plays will be presented over the next four weeks and can be accessed through the Vimeo link pasted below. The plays are in Italian with English subtitles
 
Orchids (Orchidee; 115 min)
Written and Directed by Pippo Delbono
 
Orchids is a collage of texts and music, musical pieces taken from Pietro Mascagni, Enzo Avitabile, Deep Purple, Miles Davis and Philip Glass, and theatrical verses taken from Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet) and from Chekhov, whose leitmotif is the passion for life. Until the poignant final of The Cherry Orchard.
 
The play is a tribute to a loved one who is no longer there, a wake for a dying mother also realized through the images (sometimes raw) of the main character’s real agony in the hospital.
 
As in all his shows, Delbono brings on stage a cast of "real" people, a cast that also includes social marginalists, such as the deaf and dumb Bobò, who lived in an asylum for forty years, and Gianluca, a boy down who masterfully interprets characters full of life, excite the spectators.
 
https://vimeo.com/408064853
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