Hiroshima-Nagasaki Day 2013, Vishakhapatnam

6 – 9 August 2013 
Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India

IARF member group Bala Vikas Foundation for Peace & Harmony is organising commemorative meetings around the city with the goal of  inculcating an anti- nuclear mindset in the public, especially the student community.  
A photo exhibition showcasing the Hiroshima and Nagasaki explosions is also part of the events.

  • On 6th, at Andhra University’s Gandhian Studies Center, AU Vice-Chancellor Prof GSN Raju will inaugurate the 4-day commemorative meetings.
  • On 7th, a special meeting will be held at Dr VSK Govt Degree College,  at which Prof VBM Das, former vice Chancellor of Acharya Nagarjuna University, will join as chief guest.
  • On 8th, a special meeting will be held at  St. Josephs College for Women, at whichProf Ravi will deliver a talk on the dangers of the Atom Bomb.
  •  On 9th, Nagasaki disaster day at IIAM managemnt college where ESSARMA IAS will join.



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