Skip to contentSkip to navigation

Diburuye Ringiaai and Tathya Janar Adhikar released in Golghat Book Fair

On 22nd and 23rd October, Golaghat book fair witnessed the release of two books. On 22nd October noted poet, litterateur and editor of Gariyashi, Hare Krishna Deka inaugurated a book titled “Tathya Janar Adhikar” written by Sri Debojit Phukan. The book is a guide book in Assamese language to Right to Information Act 2005, the most talked about topic of these days. Talking to Assam Times, Debojit Phukan said that he was hopeful that his book will help the people to rip the benefits of the Act.

On 23rd October another book titled “Diburuye Ringiaai” a set of novels written by noted novelist Sujata Baruah Gohain was released Rofiqul Hussain, noted drama personality of Assam. Diburuye Ringiaai consist of two novels namely “Diburuye Ringiaai” and “Khuj” which were earlier published in “Amar Asom” serially. The first novel portrays the nostalgic reminiscences of writer’s student life in Dibrugarh University and the other highlights that learning is a life long process and it stretches from the cradle to the grave.
Author info

Ritupallab Saikia's picture

Add new comment

Republish

Republish this content

Random Stories

Sister Margaret school turn 21 year in education services

10 Jan 2017 - 10:54am | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
The Sister Margaret Nobel School, Kokrajhar turned 21 years on Monday in it's educational services in greater Kokrajhar region. The school observed it's foundation day on Monday with daylong...

Summer adventures training camp in Kokrajha

8 Jul 2016 - 6:26pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
Nearly 100 participants from different colleges and university from BTAD region participated in the Summer Adventures Training camp organized in Kokrajhar, which was kicked off from Friday at...

Dead body recovered

29 Oct 2018 - 10:07am | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
Kokrajhar: A dead body was recovered at Boro Gendrabill on Sunday evening. The body of a young woman aged around 18 year which was found in a mysterious condition. The body was tied on her legs...