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Release of the IIC Quarterly Winter 2018 – Spring 2019 Special Issue Edited by Omita Goyal   To be released by Dr. Karan Singh


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  • Date: January 14,2019

    Time: 06:00 PM

    Venue: C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Title: Dr C D Deshmukh Memorial Lecture 2019


    C.D. Deshmukh: Reorganisation of States and Thereafter

    Speaker: Shri Jairam Ramesh, MP and former Union Minister


    Chair: Shri N.N. Vohra, President, IIC

  • Date: January 14,2018

    Time: 06:30 PM

    Venue: C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Title: Dr. C.D. Deshmukh Memorial Lecture 2018


    Great" Contemporaries: Akbar, Suleiman I and Elizabeth I

    Speaker: Justice Rohinton F. Nariman, Judge of the Supreme Court of India


    Chair: Shri N.N. Vohra, President, IIC


    The ‘Philosopher Monarch’ was an ideal of Plato’s. The age of the Antonines in Rome produced five of them in quick succession. Thereafter, these three contemporaries more or less fulfilled the same ideal of Kingship. Their attitude to their subjects, and particularly to their minority subjects, is a lesson in the modern Constitutional Ideal of Fraternity, assuring the dignity of the individual, and the unity and integrity of the Nation

  • Date: July 15,2017

    Time: 06:30 pm

    Venue: C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Title: Durgabai Deshmukh Memorial Lecture 2017


    The Moral Economy of the Elite and Why they Can’t Confront the Inequality that is Our Greatest Crisis

    Speaker: P. Sainath


    (Collaboration: Council for Social Development)

  • Date: January 14,2017

    Time: 06:30PM

    Venue: C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Title: Dr. C. D. Deshmukh Memorial Lecture 2017


    Through a Different Lens: Should India adopt a more civilisation view of the World

    Speaker: Dr. Shiv Visvanathansocial scientist , currently Professor at O P Jindal Global University

     Chair: President, IIC

    The talk is an attempt to ask a question for contemporary times. The idea of civilisation has been used more to grasp the sacred, the sense of heritage and the idea of tradition. Words like Nationalism, Development and Globalism seem more appropriate for contemporary narratives on statecraft or policy. We dramatize ourselves within the frame-work of the nation-state with its accompanying ideas of citizenship, boundary, security and contract. This lecture suggests that may be a civilisation view of India is more relevant than a nationalist perspective. It considers a few thought experiments like the idea of South Asia, Climate Change and the notion of Sustainability to develop its argument

  • Date: November 2,2015

    Time: 06:30 pm

    Venue: Fountain Lawns

    Title: Don Quixote and His Epoch


    Quijote Wallah (75 min)

    Presented by Yellowcat Theatre

    Directed by Sukesh Arora


    (Collaboration: Cervantes Institute, New Delhi)