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Events you shouldn't miss

From a photo exhibition on astronomy to seminar on 'Getting the most out of a US degree', here's a list of all the events happening in the capital.

education Updated: Feb 10, 2010 17:49 IST

Event: Photo exhibition on astronomy
Details: Delhi University's Centre for Science Education and Communication is organising the exhibition of 35 photographs of farthest objects seen from the earth. Taken by Spanish telescopes at the Canary Islands, the pictures have been brought to India by the Spanish cultural centre, Instituto Cervantes
Date and time: February 9 to March 3
Venue: Conference Centre, opposite Department of Botany, University of Delhi

Event: Sky watch
Details: DU is organising the programme during the period of the photo exhibition on astronomy
Date and time: Fridays and Saturdays evenings (Between February 9 to March 3)
Venue: Astronomical Observatory, Department of Physics and Astrophysics

Poetry recital: Ludus and reason in the poetry of Enrique Moya
Details: By Enrique Moya, Austrian-Venezuelan poet, narrator, literary translator, essayist and literature and music critic
Date and time: February 12, 6.30 pm
Venue: Instituto Cervantes

Event: Talk on 'Water and biology'
Details: Speaker: Prof. D Balasubramanian, president, Indian Academy of Science, Bangalore. Chair: Dr Ramakrishna Ramaswamy
Date and time: February 12, 6.30 pm
Venue: India International Centre (IIC)

Event: Illustrated lecture on one of the all time greats, Anton 'Toni' Hiebeler
Details: Speaker: Andre Hiebeler, son of the legendary mountain explorer, is going to speak about the life and exploits of 'Toni' Hiebler. Introduction: Sudhir Sahi
Date and time: February 16, 6.30 pm
Venue: IIC

Event: Discussion on the book Word, image, text: Studies in literary and visual culture
Details: Panellists: Rajeev Lochan, director, National Gallery of Modern Art; Shormishtha Panja and Shirshendu Chakrabarti, professors of English, Delhi University; Christel Devadawson, associate professor, DU
Date and time: February 13, 7 pm
Venue: India Habitat Centre

Event: Walk at Red Fort
Details: Tryst with Delhi's world heritage sites facilitated by Beeba Sobti. Prior registration required at the India Habitat Centre programme desk
Date and time: February 14, 9 am
Venue: Contact the programme desk

Event: Start-up Saturday
Details: This is a platform for start-ups in the national capital region, entrepreneurs from the US and India to showcase their products and learn about building a business. To participate, register at www.startupsaturday.in
Date and time: February 13, 2 pm
Venue: American Center

Event: Seminar on 'Getting the most out of a US degree'
Details: The seminar on studying in the US is organised by the US-India Educational Foundation
Date and time: February 17, 4 pm
Venue: American Center