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Friday, November 28, 2003

Bangalore Events this weekend

1. Antaragni. 28Nov

From Raghupati Dixit of Antaragni: ""Hey Friends...Antaragni will be performing at St.Josephs Commerce College (brigade road) on of 28th November, 2003 (this friday) at 6.30 p.m. Please come along and tag your friends too. Tickets are available at the venue for 50 bucks ONLY!!!!!!!!!!"

2. The Tallest Rock band from Finland.....Live in Bangalore
Guruskool and Royal Orchid Present THE STEREO JUNKS! The Tallest Rock Band in Finland
A LIVE concert
on 28th and 29th November at the Geoffery's @ the Royal Orchid 1, Golf avenue,Adjoining KGA Golf course Airport Road Bangalore.

3. Cryptic Live

One of Bangalore's finest progressive rock bands, Cryptic, plays live at the Baldwin Boys' School (Hosur Road, near Johnson Market) this Saturday at 7 pm.
Passes are priced at Rs 100 and Rs 200, and all monies go towards aid for the Shristi, a school for the mentally handicapped.

This may well be the last show that Cryptic does for a while, since Durga, their drummer, will be leaving for higher studies in Australia shortly. She's one of the finest drummers in Bangalore, so it will be quite a loss.

4. Mahila Okkoota presents a one-woman show and film screening

November 30
The Screening of the film The Day I Became a Woman by Marziyeh Meshkini, at Bal Bhavan at 5.00 p.m. to observe the South Asian Women's Day for Peace, Justice and Human Rights
December 2
An One-woman show Hennu Allave? by renowed theatre person, Laxmi Chandrashekar at St Joseph's Commerce College Auditorium at 5 p.m.

Donation passes of Rs.10/- per person are available at 5496934/5492782. For details contact: Padma or Prema.
Programmes organised by Mahila Okkoota (a coalition of Women's and Human Rights Groups) in solidarity with the International Campaign Protesting Violence against Women and Girls.

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