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Mark Tully releases Subir Bhaumik’s book

The eminent BBC journalist Sir Mark Tully has released a book titled ‘Troubled Periphery: Crisis of India’s North East’, which has been authored by the senior BBC journalist Subir Bhaumik and published by Sage, today in Kolkata.

Inaugurating the book, Padma Bhusan Mark Tully commented that the Indians in general should go through the book to know more about the troubled northeastern part of India, and the Northeasterns themselves should study it to understand their problems in a better way.

The inauguration ceremony witnessed the attendance of many distinguished personalities like Tripura Rajmata Bibhu Devi, former British minister Ian Macartney, US consulate-general Beth Payne, UK deputy high commissioner Sanjay Wadhwani, Chinese consulate-general Mao Siwei, Sage vice-president Sugato Ghosh etc. All honoured guests were felicitated with the traditional Asomiya Ghamochas.

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Satyen's picture

GAMOSA, not Gamocha
Subhra Gupta's picture

Bhaumik is from Northeast, Tripura to be specific and the book is on Notheast , so gamosas were in the fitness of things -- Subhra
parag jyoti saikia's picture

The book is on North-East as a whole not on any specific state of the region. I think the topic of discussion should not go on the display but what is there in the book.

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