Stories for Peace launch

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Continuing PeaceWorks’ ‘Cross-border Initiative’, students from India and Pakistan were invited to submit original short stories which explore the theme of peace. A board of judges, comprising writers, academics and litterateurs selected the 20 best entries which have just been published in the Stories for Peace anthology by Seagull Books, Calcutta.

On the occasion of the launch of Stories for Peace,
PeaceWorks presents
The Supersonics in concert.
Tuesday, 8 September, 2009.
7 p.m. G. D. Birla Sabhagar, Calcutta.

But who are The Supersonics?

The Supersonics—Ananda Sen, Rohan Ganguli, Nitin Mani and Avinash Chordia—crashed the Calcutta music scene with a high voltage performance at a crowded little bar called Someplace Else. Formed in 2006, their defiant anthems have already earned them anti–gravity cult status. Geared with toothpaste fresh sound and a dangerous stage presence, The Supersonics are a milk-drinking, vitamin-popping call to arms. They are a shiny new revolution!