Tags: blogging photos, free photos for blogs, free pics, photos, royalty free photos
Photoglif is a site for free photos (fully licensed, free to use images for blog). The image used in this post is also from Fotoglif.🙂
Photo from fOTOGLIF
Tags: Erureasian Foundation, Maslenista festival in JNU, Prof Arun Mohnaty JNU, Russia India relations, Russian festival, Russian studies in JNU
Eurasian Foundation Invites to the Russian Spring Festival
with lots of Russian songs, folk-dances, effigy burning,various games and delicious ‘Russian-pancakes’- Bblini.
Venue: KC Open Air theatre , JNU Date: 13th February, 2010 (Saturday)
Time: 04.00 PM.
All are cordially invited for celebration–
Dr Arun Mohanty
Tags: baby, contests, diaper bag, diapers, gifts for fathers, winning
Win a cool Diaper Bag in the giveaway. Anybody from anywhere can participate. Read here the full details on participation.
Tags: JNU seminars
On 3rd February 2010, Group of Comparative Politics and Political Theory is organizing a talk in the SIS Committee Room, 001, Ground Floor at 2-3.30 p.m. Feel free to attend it. Here is the official notice that has been circulated:
Group of Comparative Politics and Political Theory, SIS, JNU invites you to a Seminar on
‘Neo-liberalism, Globalization and the Emergent Social Order’
Speaker: Prof. Rajnikanth (Harvard University)
Wednesday, 3rd February 2010, Time: 2 p.m. – 3.30 p.m.
Venue: Committee Room, 01, Ground Floor, School of International Studies, JNU
Invitation: To commemorate the 65th anniversary of the victory over Fascism in the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)January 22, 2010 at 7:16 PM | Posted in Centre (CRCAS/SIS), JNU News, Russia | Leave a comment
Tags: fascism, JNU students, Russia
EURASIAN FOUNDATION AND RUSSIAN CENTRE OF SCIENCE AND CULTURE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO THE FUNCTION To commemorate the 65th anniversary of the victory over Fascism in the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)
DATE- (Wednesday), 27, January, 2010 at 5.30 p.m.
VENUE- Russian Centre of Science and Culture
24, Ferozeshah Road, New Delhi
A Photo-Exhibition and Documentary Film Show will be organized on the occasion
For further information contact: Dr. Arun Mohanty
N.B. Bus will leave from the University Campus–
Dr Arun Mohanty
Tags: academic papers, international issues, International Relations, JNU seminars, Paul Rogers' lecture in JNU, Prof Paul Rogers, terrorism, war on terror
These are photos of the seminar in SIS, JNU (21 January 2010). Prof. Paul Rogers (of the Oxford Research Group) spoke on ‘Global Security and the War on Terror.’ Prof. Rajeev Bhargava, Prof. A. M. Chenoy (chairperson of the centre) were some other dignitaries at the said seminar. He himself suggested that anyone interested in drinking deep can download the full PDF of the paper ‘Global Security and the War on Terror.’ Click here to download the said paper which is available under a Creative Commons- Non Commercial-No Derivative licence.
His talk (including the question-answer session) lasted for about 1.5 hours and was attended by a packed house in the School Of International Studies (see photos below). The audience liked every bit of his talk which was full of anecdotes (from his Uganda field studies to the inputs from his sons working as lecturer and advisor) and interesting insights (at one point of time he flashed his BlackBerry phone to illustrate how much energy it uses compared to the first voyage to the moon). One of his assertions was that the period from 1945 to 2045 is of enormous importance for humanity. He also insisted on the climate change aspect among other things. He said he may not live until 2045 (he will be 100+ years if that happens which is reasonably unlikely) unlike us.
Please download and read his paper. He also addressed a gathering in the India International Centre later in the evening. The photos below are not of a very good quality as I am only an amateur photographer (and deliberately did not move much to shoot nice images fearing annoying others).
Prof Rogers in the centre flanked by Prof. Anuradha Mitra Chenoy (on his left) and Prof. Rajeev Bhargava (on his right)
Tags: JNU academic life, JNU conferences, JNU seminars, JNU students
This is a mail from the RA of the centre requesting all students of the centres to attend the seminar organised by the centre. Please attend the centre seminars.
The Chairperson of the Centre has taken a serious note of the students not attending the Centre’s Seminar today and has asked me to remind the student fraternity that attendance in the Centre’s Seminar’s is compulsory.
This is necessary for our continued engagement with our discipline and also with the general academic environment of the University.
The Chairperson has also categorically iterated that from now on a serious attention will be given to those students found lacking in their efforts towards academic activities organized by the Centre.
Please find enclosed Programme for tomorrow’s Seminar.
The Centre hopes that you all will be present for tomorrow’s programme.
Khush-Hal S. Lagdhiyan
Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies
Tags: JNU campus, JNU SIS, seminar in JNU, terrorism
Centre for Russian and Central Asian Studies, SIS, JNU invite you to a Seminar on
‘Global Security after the War on Terror’
Speaker: Prof. Paul Rogers
Thursday, 21th January 2010
Time: 11.30 a.m. Venue: Committee Room, 01, Ground Floor, School of International Studies, JNU Paul Rogers is Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford, and Global Security Consultant to Oxford Research Group. Paul has worked in the field of international security, arms control and political violence for over 30 years. He lectures at universities and defence colleges in several countries, and has written 26 books. Paul is also a regular commentator on global security issues in both the national and international media. Read more about him here.
Tags: Delhi cold, Delhi winter, electric heater, heater
Heater in winter looks so beautiful!
Tags: Debbie Ridpath Ohi, gift ideas, gifts for writers, writing gifts, writing prize
I had suggested Holiday gift ideas for writers, editors and bibliophiles on the popular Inkygirl blog. You can see it here and the full archives on the writing gifts ideas here. Here is a snapshot of what I received as a prize.🙂
It has these cute cards along with a personal ‘thank you’ message from Debbie, the popular freelance writer and illustrator based in Canada.