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  • Date: May 5,2017

    Time: 05:30PM

    Venue: Seminar Halls I,II & III

    Title: Beyond Borders IIC NFI Lecture Series

    Description:

    Theatre Beyond Borders

    Adil Hussain, well-known Indian stage, television and film actor from Assam in conversation with Kishalay Bhattacherjee

     

    South Asia and South East Asia between themselves comprise two of the most populous regions of the world. The region is fractious and studies on it are primarily driven by disasters and conflict. India’s Northeast is one such area until not long back marginal to Indian history, that has been caught in the throes of imperial expansion, nationalism, partition, isolation and dependence in the 20th century. Second in the series organised in collaboration with the National Foundation for India (NFI) and curated by journalist and author, Kishalay Bhattacharjee, hopes to shed light on the people and places that are caught in these larger forces and bridge at least some gaps in understanding between and within the two regions

  • Date: October 23,2016

    Time: 11:00AM

    Venue: C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Title: Born to Sing: A Shy Girl from Madurai

    Description:

    To mark the birth centenary of M.S. Subbulakshmi

    Music Direction, Design and Storytelling: Gowri Ramnarayan

     

    With Sushma Somasekharan & Vignesh Ishwar (vocals); Shreya Devnath (violin); B. Vijayagopal (flute); and K. Praveen Kumar (mridangam)

     

    Produced by JustUs Repertory, Chennai

  • Date: April 29,2016

    Time: 06:30pm

    Venue: Seminar Hall 2 & 3, Conference Block

    Title: BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP.

    Description:

    Dr. Bina Agarwal, Institute of Economic Growth; Prof. C.P. Chandrasekhar, Centre for Economic Studies & Planning, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University; and Prof. Gopal Guru, Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University will discuss Capital in the Twenty First Century by Thomas Piketty (Bombay: Harvard Business School Press, 2014)

     

    Chair: Prof. T.K. Oommen

  • Date: October 30,2015

    Time: 06:30 pm

    Venue: Fountain Lawns

    Title: Baees Khwaja ki Chaukhat Celebrating the Sufi Heritage of Delhi

    Description:

    Inauguration of the Festival

    By Shri Soli J. Sorabjee, President IIC

     

    “Baees Khwaja ki Chaukhat”: Celebrating the Sufi Heritage of Delhi

    Ustad Chand Afzal and his group will present an evening of Qawwalis from the Sufi shrines of the city

  • Date: October 6,2015

    Time: 06:00 pm

    Venue: Seminar Hall 2 & 3, Conference Block

    Title: Beyond Barbed Wires Discussing the Deoli Experience

    Description:

    Film followed by a discussion

     

    Beyond Barbed Wires: A Distant Dawn (35 min; dvd; English)

    Directed by Rafeeq Ellias who will introduce the film

     

    A Knock at Midnight  - More than 50 years ago the lives of thousands of Chinese living in India changed when they were taken from their homes in the Darjeeling and Assam areas to an internment camp in Deoli, Rajasthan. The film explores in gripping vignettes how some ex-internees have lived with the experience

     

    The Deoliwallahs – The Last Generation of Survivors of the Chinese Internment Camp in Deoli

    Panelists: Michael Cheng was six years old when he was interned. He lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with his family; Joy Ma is a writer and attended Delhi University. Born in Deoli, she is working on a book about her family’s journey in India; Yin Marsh was 13 when she went to Deoli. She is the author of Doing Time with Nehru; and Steven Wan who was a teenager when he was interned with his family. He lives in Toronto, Canada

     

    Chair: Dilip D’Souza, Mumbai-based writer and journalist