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SMCSI Medical College: Minister for Health P.K. Sreemathy to release book on `clinical anatomy for students- problem solving approach,' Press Club hall, 5 p.m.

Canfed: Annual convention, Hindi Prachara Sabha auditorium, Vazhuthacad, 9 a.m.

Vayana: Discussion on M.F. Thomas's book on `Adoorinte chalachitrayatrakal,' Gorky Bhavan, 5 p.m.

Alcohol and Drug Information Centre: State-level workshop on `substance abuse prevention and control, a master plan for Kerala, Minister for Education M.A. Baby inaugurates, Press club conference hall, 10 a.m.

M.P. Padmanabhan Memorial Trust: Seminar on `city development, problems and possibilities,' Opposition Leader Oommen Chandy inaugurates, VJT hall, 11 a.m.

Kerala Cycle Polo Association: Distribution of awards to winners of national cycle polo championship, Minister for Sports M. Vijayakumar inaugurates, Hotel Highland auditorium, 3 p.m.

Culture

Swaranjali: Sneha Sangeetha Sangamam, All Saints College, 10.30 a.m.

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