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Women's Day celebration

The International Women's Day is observed today at Bihubor.  It was organized by Bihubor Siloni Mahila Surakhya Sommittee Pragati Mahila Mancha -a unit of the NGO Pragati Nazira and Nazira

Mahkuma Mahila Somittee. In this connection a seminar on the global topic -'Make it Happen ' was held, where women right activist Dibyajyoti Gohain Gogoi, Anjalee Dutta,Nijumoni Gogoi etc.were present and delivered their lectures on the field of women empowerment. A sports competition was also organised and a colourful cultural procession was also taken out.

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