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Assam based journalist in WWFJ

The Guwahati based journalist Nava Thakuria has been elected as one of the Assistant General Secretaries of World Water Forum of Journalists (WWFJ), when the senior Bangladeshi environment journalist Quamrul Islam Chowdhury was re-elected as the General Secretary of the international forum for the year 2009-2012. The British environment journalist Alex Kirby was elected as the Chairman and the Pakistani journalist Zaigham Khan as the Vice Chairman of the organization, the head office of which is based in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka.


The new committee was formed during the 5th meeting of WWFJ held at the National Press Club, Dhaka during during the first week of September, 2009. The other Assistant General Secretaries of WWFJ are Anna Brouwer (Netherlands), Karin Jordon (Canada), Sharif E Khatib (Syria) and KS Dohou (Benin).

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It once again proves that Assam is having no dearth of talents in any field including journalism. If we really take it as challenge as serve to society truely journalist can do wonder in their chosen specialization!!!

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