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Best Karbi personality of 2010

Hunmili Teronpi, present Project Director of DRDA Karbi Anglong, an Assam Civil Service cadre along with Dr. Badan Chandra Chandra Kro distinguished physician of Assam has been nominated as best Karbi women and Best Karbi man for the year 2010. A clandestine illustrious jury deputed by Karbi Riso Adorbar, Karbi Students Association and Karbi So-Arlo Amei, made the choice on the basis of opinion survey from all across the district. The result was announced the three premier social organization of the district are coordinating the event since 2003.

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