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Summer party 2009

Sommerfest 2009

The SAI's students' body organized our summer party on 2 July 2009. A large number of students, teachers and friends of the institute came to see the performances - and to enjoy the delicious food and drinks. The images of the party speak for themselves - it is no wonder that all guests were wery happy with the organization (more photos: see below)!

Prof. Dr. Gita Dharampal-Frick, Executive Director of the SAI, praised the members of the students' body and thanked them for the "Geschäftsführende Direktorin des SAIs, lobte die Fachschaft ausdrücklich und bedankte sich für das "highly successful sommer party." And Prof. William Sax added: "The food was good, the student performances were excellent, and the entire event was very well organized indeed."

Thanks again to the organizers - and to Britta Cierniak, who agreed to share her pictures of the event. If you are looking for a specific photo, you can contact her at m91@sai.uni-heidelberg.de.
Literature night
On 2 Juli 2009, students and members of the Department of Modern South Asian Languages and Literature presented works in Bengali, Tamil, Hindi, Panjabi and Urdu. In this vibrant reading, original works were recited and translate - highlighted by Imran Shaheen's and Khalid Sanjarani's presentation of some of their own texts.

Khalid Sanjarani liest aus einem Romanmanuskript
SAI-Team at corporate run in Frankfurt
Four members of the South Asia Institute participated in this year's JP Morgan Corporate Challenge on 17 June 2009 in Frankfurt. Team captain Zuzana Zdenekova, Alexandra Schott, Justin Siefert and Volker Oberkircher finished the 5,6 km distance among appr. 70.000 other participants withouth much trouble - and are alreay looking forward to next year. Backing from additional runners from the SAI would be most welcome!


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World Refugee Day: Donations for Pakistani refugees
20 June 2009 is World Refugee Day: The United Nations High Comissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) calls attention to the dire situation of the more than 42 million people who are fleeing from persecution, violent conflicts, war and human rights violations. The South Asia Institute (SAI) of Heidelberg University would like to specifically point to the difficult situation of refugees in Pakistan where according to our information appr. 3 million people had to leave their home.

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