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10 octogenarians to be feted

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GUWAHATI, Jan 9 � The Annapurna Mahila Sangha, based in West Guwahati, will felicitate ten prominent elderly women of West Guwahati area, who have made major contributions to education and social work and have attained or crossed the age of 80 years, at a function scheduled to be held at the seminar hall of the Machkhowa Pragjyoti ITA Centre for Performing Arts at 2 pm on January 11.

The elderly ladies, who will be felicitated, include noted educationist Ashiya Rasul, social workers Ruprekha Das, Tarulata Dutta, Padma Das, Malati Gogoi, Nurjahan Begum, Mallika Deka, late Kamini Medhi, Tunu Das and Tileswari Das.

All these ladies, except Kamini Medhi, who died recently, are still making contributions to the society as leading lights, especially in the area of women empowerment, in the West Guwahati area of the city, said Sonali Das, spokesperson of the Sangha.

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10 octogenarians to be feted

GUWAHATI, Jan 9 � The Annapurna Mahila Sangha, based in West Guwahati, will felicitate ten prominent elderly women of West Guwahati area, who have made major contributions to education and social work and have attained or crossed the age of 80 years, at a function scheduled to be held at the seminar hall of the Machkhowa Pragjyoti ITA Centre for Performing Arts at 2 pm on January 11.

The elderly ladies, who will be felicitated, include noted educationist Ashiya Rasul, social workers Ruprekha Das, Tarulata Dutta, Padma Das, Malati Gogoi, Nurjahan Begum, Mallika Deka, late Kamini Medhi, Tunu Das and Tileswari Das.

All these ladies, except Kamini Medhi, who died recently, are still making contributions to the society as leading lights, especially in the area of women empowerment, in the West Guwahati area of the city, said Sonali Das, spokesperson of the Sangha.