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Eminent journalist attends Lit Fest

Eminent journalist and former BBC correspondent Sir William Mark Tully, scholar Pushpesh Pant, prolific writer Namita Gokhle and Asom Sahitya Sabha president Dr Dhrubajyoti Bora are dignitaries who shared the dais. Dr Bora opened the festival.

The first summit began at the NEDFi House in Dispur condoled the carnage in Kokrajhar, Sonitpur, Chirang districts by holding a one minute silent prayer. This was followed by a bogreet by award winning singer Tarali Sarma. Assam Times is giving its viewers the live updates of the 3 day long festival.

 

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