TALKS THIS MONTH
27th Feb, 7:00pm
IHC-ICRIER Conversations on Urbanization Series. Greening Our Cities

Speaker: Hon’ble Mr. Justice Swatanter Kumar, Chairperson, National Green Tribunal. Moderator: Dr. Isher Judge Ahluwalia, Chairperson, ICRIER.  

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28th Feb, 7:00pm
IHC-SPS Changing Asia Series

Speaker: Dr.Pratap Bhanu Mehta, President and Chief Executive, Centre for Policy Research. Moderator: Cmde.Uday Bhaskar, Director, Society for Policy Studies.  Please check the website for more details.

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2nd March, 7:00pm - Music & Talk
IHC Music Club: Listen, Share & Discuss

Lecture and demonstration by leading floutist Ajay Shankar Prasanna on the combination of Gayaki and Tantrakari in Indian classical instrumental fluteHe is a disciple of Pt. Bholanath Prasanna.

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6th March, 7:00pm
Kavayitri Sammelan 

A gathering of women poets reading from their work, organized on the occasion of International Women's day and Holi. Participating women poets include Suman Maheshwari, Nisha Bhargava, Pravesh Dhawan, Anamika Yaduvanshi, Shanti Sharma, Alka Maheshwari, Neelam Anand, Sunita Bansal, Mamta Mishra, Dr.Saroj Maloo, Uma Malviya, Pratibha Singhal, Indu Bala Collab. Rajasthani Academy

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8th March, 7:00pm - Talk & Theatre
ILF Samanvay Bimonthly Series on Women’s Day 

Celebrating Ambai, Tamil writer, translator, and founder of Sparrow Mumbai, will be in conversation with senior literary editor Karthika VK, and performative readings from Sprarrow’s translated work in different Indian languages. This will be followed by a performance of Ambai’s play Crossing the Rivers (Hindi/45mins) by Natyadharmi theatre group, directed by K.S. Rajendran

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14th March, 7:00pm - Talk & Music
Venus of Indian Cinema - Madhubala 

Nashist presents the contribution of vivacious Madhubala followed by songs from her films. Journalist and television host Sanjeev Upadhyaya from Doordarshan will discuss the finer details of the great artist. Concept: K.K. Kohli 
Collab. Impresario Asia

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15th March, 7:00pm
Architecture and Society Series

The Voice of Sketches: a Story of My World, Ideas, & Experiences, within the context of society at large Speaker: Verendra Wakhloo, architect planner and the principal of Matra architects & rurban planners. The speaker will reflect on culture as seen through personalized forms of expression as against universal formulae that marked the dominant strains of modernism. Moderator: M.N. Ashish Ganju Collab. Greha Delhi

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16th March, 7:00pm - Music & Talk
Raag Rang Ras Gavo

An experimental programme on the synthesis of Hindustani Classical music and Raagmala paintings. Research, Narration & Vocal recital by Anjali Malkar Accompanists: Jitendra Swain (Tabla), Chetan Nigam (Harmonium). Technical Assistance by Radha Malkar

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16th March, 7:00pm
Book Discussion. An Alternative Philosophy of Development- from Economism to Human Well-being

by B. P. Mathur, published by Routledge. Keynote Speaker: Dr.Murli Manohar Joshi, MP, former Union Minister HRD, Chair: Swami Bodhananda. The book makes out a case that development ideology should be rooted in India's cultural heritage and its objective should be happiness of the people.

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16th March, 7:00pm
Consumer Series

Panel Discussion. Stents and Life Style Drugs: How Affordable? Panellists: Dr. S.C. Manchanda, Senior Consultant Cardiologist, Gangaram Hospital (Former HOD-Cardiology, AIIMS); Ravindra Nath, MBBS student, North DMC Medical College-IPU; Dr. Mira Shiva, Initiative for Health & Equity in Society (IHES); Dr. Naresh Gupta, Director-Professor, Maulana Azad Medical College; Dr. Jayashree Gupta, President, Consumers India;  Prerna, MBBS student, Maulana Azad Medical College-DU Collab. Consumers India &  SUM 

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17th March, 7:00pm
E-filing, Income Tax Compliance and Management for Individuals 

Speaker: Anita Kapur, former Chairperson, Central Board of Direct Taxes. Chair: Rakesh Kacker, Director India Habitat Centre

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18th March, 6:00pm
IHC Membersí Meet 

BIMSTEC - Its Possible Role in Making India’s Eastern Neighbourhood Safer in view of Current Geopolitics Speaker: Lt. Gen. (Retd) Dr. B.S. Malik, currently serving as President of CSIRD and CAFI. The talk will focus on how regional cooperation of nations in India’s eastern neighborhood could lead to a stable and safer region of strategic importance. Open to IHC members only.

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18th March, 7:00pm
Habib Tanvir Memorial Lecture

Navigating Spaces: Narratives and Processes by Neelam Mansingh Chowdhry Chair: Ashok Vajpeyi Collab. Raza Foundation

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18th March, 7:00pm
Readers' Break Interactive Reading and Discussion 

based on What We Talk About When We Talk About Love (1981) by Raymond Carver. In this short story of 1981, Raymond Carver sets an afternoon gin between two married couples debating on a messy definition of love. 

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18th March, 7:00pm
Readers' Break Interactive Reading and Discussion 

based on What We Talk About When We Talk About Love (1981) by Raymond Carver. In this short story of 1981, Raymond Carver sets an afternoon gin between two married couples debating on a messy definition of love. 

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21st March, 7:00pm
Consumer Education Series. 

The Google Model on Internet Safety Speakers: Hemant Upadhyay, Advisor - Projects, IT & Telecom, Consumer VOICE, Rinki Sharma, Head-Projects & CSR, Consumer VOICE Collab. Consumer VOICE

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22nd March, 7:00pm
VAAK Series

Din Lalit Basanti: Poetry Recital on Spring ParticipatingPoets: Balswaroop Rahi, Buddhinath Mishra, Laxmishankar Vajpeyi and Ramdarsh Mishra. Collab. Bharatiya Jnanpith

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23rd March, 7:00pm
Karma Yoga and the Ideology of Consumerism 

Speaker: Swami Bodhananda, Chairman Sambodh Foundation. The talk will focus on the Karma Yoga philosophy of Bhagavad Gita that redefines the concept of progress and wellbeing, and move away from the materialistic ideology of consumerism, which is perceived as giving happiness to people.

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25th March, 7:00pm
Vimhans Monthly Series on Modern-day Parenting 

Speaker: Dr. Deepali Rao, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Vimhans. Bullying is steadily rising as a serious form of aggression amongst youth, which can have lasting psychological and interpersonal consequences. This manifests in several social settings and it takes various forms. The talk will address various facets of this phenomenon, its psycho-social impact, and strategies and approaches to address it. Collab. Vimhans

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25th March, 7:00pm
Gunijan Sabha Verse 21 

Gunijan Sabha Verse 21 An interaction with Hindustani Classical Vocalist, Dr. (Pt.) Gokulotsavji Maharaj, leading practitioner of Dhrupad Gayaki and Haveli Dhrupad Gayan Collab. Ustad Imamuddin Khan Dagar Indian Music Art and Culture Society & The Dagar Archives Jaipur 

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31st March, 7:00pm
Alternative Futures Annual Lecture  

An Indic Model for the Global Future Speaker: Prof. Michel Danino, Indologist and writer. Prof. Danino will highlight the value and present-day relevance of the Indian heritage and explain how its dynamism can help in finding solutions to today’s global challenges. Collab. Alternative Futures

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