Oxford Bookstore hosted the fifth exchange in the Pink Tea Cup Conversation Series titled “Cancer yenna rascalla

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Kaanchan Bugga,Indra Jasuja,Kavita Devgan,Dr. Renna Sharma & Deepika krishna
 Kaanchan Bugga,Indra Jasuja,Kavita Devgan,Dr. Renna Sharma & Deepika krishna

Kavita Devgan
 Kavita Devgan
Deepika Krishna & Kavita Devgan
 Deepika Krishna & Kavita Devgan

kaanchan Bugga & Indra Jasuja
 kaanchan Bugga & Indra Jasuja

Kaanchan Bugga, Dr. Reena Sharma & Indra Jasuja
 Kaanchan Bugga, Dr. Reena Sharma & Indra Jasuja

Kaanchan Bugga, Indra Jasuja, Kavita Devgan & Dr. Reena Sharma
 Kaanchan Bugga, Indra Jasuja, Kavita Devgan & Dr. Reena Sharma

Kaanchan Bugga, Indra Jasuja, Kavita Devgan,Dr. Reena Sharma & Deepika Krishna
 Kaanchan Bugga, Indra Jasuja, Kavita Devgan,Dr. Reena Sharma & Deepika Krishna

Kaanchan Bugga, Indra Jasuja,Kavita Devgan,dr. Reena Sharma & Deepika Krishna
 Kaanchan Bugga, Indra Jasuja,Kavita Devgan,dr. Reena Sharma & Deepika Krishna

Kaanchan Bugga,Indra Jasuja,Kavita Devgan Dr. Reena Sharma & Deepika Krishna
 Kaanchan Bugga,Indra Jasuja,Kavita Devgan Dr. Reena Sharma & Deepika Krishna

Kaanchan Bugga
 Kaanchan Bugga

Kavita Devgan, Dr. Reena Sharma & Deepika Krishna
 Kavita Devgan, Dr. Reena Sharma & Deepika Krishna

Roochika aggarwal & Deepika Krishna
 Roochika aggarwal & Deepika Krishna

Roochika Aggarwal & Kavita Devgan
 Roochika Aggarwal & Kavita Devgan

Roochika Aggarwal, Kavita Devgan and Deepika Krishna
 Roochika Aggarwal, Kavita Devgan and Deepika Krishna

Roochika Aggarwal
Roochika Aggarwal

India 14 October 2016:

Cancer yenna rascalla

Oxford Bookstore hosted the fifth exchange in the Pink Tea Cup Conversation Series titled “Cancer yenna rascalla!” with  Honorary Joint Secretary, Indian Cancer Society, Indra Jasuja, Director, Cancer Healer Centre, Dr. Deepika Krishna, Medical Director, Can Support, Dr. Reena Sharma and Nutritionist, Kavita Devgan in conversation with communication specialist, Kaanchan Bugga on 12th October, 2016 at Oxford bookstore, connaught place. The conversation will revolve around Breast Cancer, October being the Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The talk aimed at creating awareness in society for actively fighting breast cancer by helping people understand what breast cancer is, how to detect the disease , its treatment options and ways to cope with the physical and emotional side effects . The talk bought out real life stories of breast cancer survivors who shared their experiences as to how to deal with the deadly disease as a patient, family or caregivers.

Cha Bar is the first of its kind urban contemporary space that created a rage in Kolkata in year 2000, turning tea from a dry page in history to a lifestyle drink! Ms. Priti Paul’s brainchild backed by generations of Apeejay Surrendra Group’s experience in tea plantation business, Cha Bar was created as an integral part of more than 90 years old iconic Oxford Bookstore in city center Park Street. The concept was expanded pan India integrated into Oxford Bookstores and customers loved the experience of being able to browse at leisure, leafing through the books of their choice, over a cup of tea from the wide selection available at the Cha Bar or simply unwinding with friends sipping the rejuvenating beverage, iced or piping hot! Whether one prefers a rich, full-bodied, strong flavor, or a light fragrant taste, the Cha Bar offers a wide and enviable choice. Cha Bar believes that there is indeed nothing quite like a good cup of tea so every cup of blend we serve has journeyed, be it from the dhabas in India or from across the Globe from other cultures. Today, Cha Bar offers this experience at Oxford Bookstores across multiple stores in Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and New Delhi.


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