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A diverse group of authors offer insights into their work at ASIC dinner.
Watch Japanese contemporary dancer and choreographer KENTARO!! perform his solo piece 'After Raining, It Will Be Sunny,' in an Asia Society India Centre event at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Mumbai last month.
Secretary for Development says culture shift needed
Shankar Acharya, Subir Gokarn, Surjit Bhalla and T.N. Ninan discuss whether India can reach 8.5% growth again after the worldwide slump.
Exuberant, loose-limbed Japanese dancer and choreographer brings his eclectic moves to Mumbai.
Ajay Chhibber and Bittu Sahgal assess how melting Himalayan glaciers have begun to affect communities across Asia.
In Mumbai, the author of the 2011 Gandhi biography "Great Soul" discusses aspects of the Mahatma's life and career with Ranjit Hoskote.
Joseph Lelyveld and Ranjit Hoskote discuss what Gandhi's struggles with India tell us about his life and the subcontinent during colonial rule.
In Mumbai, Harvard University's President explains how the financial crisis affected higher education worldwide.
In Mumbai, Harvard President argues for humanism and 'the adventure of ideas.'

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