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Over the years we have put together & organised several events. The main focus behind these events have always been to raise funds for cancer treatment, awareness & education about cancer & entertainment & relaxation for the patients.

International Women's Day

8th March 2006 - Bollywood Actress - Dia Mirza celebrated International Womens' Day with our women cancer patients at Cinemax Theatre, Sion. The celebration was preceded by a special showing of the movie "Chingaari" for them. 

Also present at the function were the director of the film Kalpana Lajmi, Music composer Shri. Bhupen Hazarika & singer Ila Arun. They interacted with the cancer patients and spoke about the important role they play in the family. Wishing them the very best they also encouraged them to keep a positive attitude in life.

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English Play - Sammy  -  A word that broke an empire !
2nd April 2006- Lillette Dubey kindly offered to do a show of Sammy for CPAA on April 2nd at St. Andrew's Hall. The play produced by The Primetime Theatre Company and supported by Phillips, depicts the gradual evolution of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi from his days as a lawyer in South Africa to the Mahatma, ending at his assassination and stars well known actors in the stellar roles. Of special mention for CPAA is Neha Dubey as Kasturba Gandhi who has been a volunteer with our organisation.
 
Written by Directed by Assistant Director
Pratap Sharma Lillete Dubey Ira Dubey
Cast
Joy Sengupta, Vijay Crishna, Neha Dubey, Denzil Smith, Zafar Karachiwala, Vikrant Chatturvedi, Asif Beg and Anu Menon.

                  

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