Bhutanese author-journalist to interact with Guwahati scribes
Guwahati: Thimphu based author-journalist Gopilal Acharya will interact with Guwahati scribes on Friday (21 December 2018), where the young writer is expected to speak on various socio-political and cultural issues of Bhutan. Author of Bhutanese Folk Tales, Dancing to Death, With a Stone in My Heart etc will address the member-journalists of Guwahati Press Club through video conferences from the Bhutanese capital city of Thimphu.
Born in Gelephu of the Himalayan Shangri-La in 1978 and educated in Bhutan and Sweden, Gopilal regularly contributes for CNN, South Asian Monitor, Straits Times, Telegraph, Kuensel, Bhutan Times etc. The award winning journalist will highlight bilateral relationship between India and Bhutan during the interactive session.
Interested scribes are requested to participate in the program starting at 3 pm in the press club auditorium.
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