M'luru: SAC to host ‘The First World War: Indian Context’ int'l seminar on Jan 5, 6

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Mangaluru, Jan 4: St Aloysius College (autonomous) will organize an international seminar on ‘The First World War: Indian Context’, in association with the Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi on January 5 and 6 at the LCRI auditorium in the campus.

Air Marshal K C Cariappa will be the chief guest and director of ICHR, Dr S K Aruni will be the guest of honour. Air Commodore C K Kumar, Air Officer Commanding of Air Force Station Begumpet and recipient of the Vayu Sena Medal will also be present.

The keynote speech will be delivered by Prof Kaushik Roy, Guru Nanak chair professor, Department of History of Jadavpur University, Kolkata. The event will be presided over by rector, St Aloysius Institutions Fr Dionysius Vaz SJ.

Attended by international delegations from Europe, Australia, the USA and South Asia, the seminar aims at bringing scholars together on one platform to deliberate and create literature on the role played by India on the Great War. Papers presented are to be published by a reputed publishing house. The Indian Council of Historical Research is partially funding the seminar.


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