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"GURU SHISHYA", the Nehru Centre's annual exhibition of Indian Master Artists, which opened last week (on till January 4) is the eighth in the series of annual retrospectives at their Art Gallery. This year's artists are Kalatapasvi Shri Baba Gajbar and Kalatapasvi Shri Ganpatrao Wadangekar. His pupil, Wadangekar is a water colourist and considered to be a living legend.

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THE just-concluded India Sabka Youth Mela is being followed up with a seminar (December 22) at the YMCA, Bombay Central on the topic, "Constitution and Minority Identity: A Post Gujarat Perspective".

Panelists include the poet/writer-activist Meher Pestonji who also read extracts from her new novel Pervez, a Harper Collins publication.

Write to meherpestonji@hotmail.com

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PSYCHOTHERAPIST Andrew Pinto and his team have just returned from Lonavla. They held a programme for a company called "Geometric Software" to get two teams working together after months of conflict that they'd been experiencing. The four-member team, qualified in psychiatry and counselling from the States and the U.K., hold regular workshops in Mumbai, Pune and specially tailored ones on order in other Indian cities.

Next stop for Andrew Pinto is New Delhi, Agra, Chandigarh. He's the Programme Coordinator, NVSC, Pune and you can get details if you telephone: 9520- 7035395. Or e-mail: andrewpinto@yahoo.com

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KAIVALYADHAM, the globally-renowned institute of yoga is holding an international conference (December 28-31) at its sprawling Lonavla campus.


Justice M B Shah of the Mumbai High Court has been invited to formally inaugurate the conference which is being attended by delegates from the world over.

Kaivalyadham is recognised by the Ministry of Human Resource as an institute of higher learning. Call the Mumbai office 22818417 for details.

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CHRISTMAS is the season for giving! And there's nothing better than the joy of gifting (or receiving) a book. The Yuletide season sees a display of over 350 children's books, audiocassettes and multimedia CDs (December 17 - 31) at the British Council Library. Also, there are workshops on Origami with Anand Bhave and Aerobics with Rina Deora for children of ages of 5 - 8, December 28, 4.30 p.m. at the British Council Library.

RONITA TORCATO

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