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For a considerable length of time, Black Hole as a wonder has caught the creative mind of individuals. Indeed, even today, the idea interests the researcher’s locale and the general people alike and is a secret to many. Remaining consistent with its motivation of being a learning focus, the British Council Library in over the world. Kolkata has a discussion at British Council, titled ‘Light in search of darkness’ went for demystifying the Black Hole idea and making it comprehended by the basic man.
The discussion, helmed by Dr Debiprosad Duari, was an unquestionable requirement for any individual who is keen on the investigation of room and heavenly articles. Dr Duari is an individual of the Royal Astronomical Society and an individual from the International Astronomical Union.
The discussion at the British Council Library is a piece of the well known Café Scientifique activity; a progression of talks outside the customary scholastic setting went for enabling youngsters to precisely evaluate science and innovation issues. With its heritage of being a learning space for more than 70 years, the British Council library has been assuming a key job in joining forces with India’s information aspirations and keeps on doing as such. Bistro Scientifique is an another progression toward that path as it enables youthful Indians and future researchers to meet up to learn, investigate and enjoy intriguing discourses. Dr Debiprosad Duari is by and by head of Research and Academic of M.P. Birla Institute of Fundamental Research M. P. Birla Planetarium, Kolkata.