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Sarma Thakur memorial meeting on Tuesday

Guwahati: Assam Sports Journalists Association  in association with Guwahati Press Club is going to organize a memorial meeting on 5 June (Tuesday) at the press club premises where the media fraternity will mourn the untimely demise  of senior sports journalist Sanjib Kumar Sarma Thakur.

A sportsperson himself, Sarma Thakur was also recognized as a commentator of All India Radio and Doordarshan. He faced an accident on 5 May at his city residence and died under hospitalization on 30 May.  Both the organizations have requested the scribes to participate in the meeting which will start at 3 pm at press club auditorium.

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Amritpur Church celebrates silver jubilee

24 Jan 2016 - 8:07pm | Hantigiri Narzary

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Anjali Daimary, lecturer of Barama College graced as chief guest on the open session of concluding day today.

Daimary, in her speech said that the Christian society was working to the welfare of the social upliftment through devotion and prayers among society. The followers of the god should keep believe on their working and make healthy integration.

A prayer session to bring peace and harmony among all section of society during the programme was organised.Devotees and participants from various parts of the state participated in the celebration.

Rev.Norojit Basumatary,Kornolius Basumatary,Jagadish Narzary were prominent attendees in the session.

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