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Through an exhibition and workshops, artist Bijay Parida enlightens Mumbaikars about two traditional art forms native to Odisha.
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It is true that the new penalties are a quantum jump over the rates prevailing earlier.
Consequently, she has been a regular visitor to art events in the capital, making it a point to spend quality time studying the exhibits.
Especially jarring was the absence of worthy enough PTI politicians in Karachi and Lahore.
All this suggests that Indians have done very well by crossing borders in search of a better life.
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