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36th Jyotirupa awards presented

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GUWAHATI, Jan 31 � The 36th Jyotirupa North East One Act Play competition concluded this evening following a colourful cultural programme. Results of various competitions were announced today and prizes were distributed in group and individual categories.

The Radha Govinda Baruah Memorial Running Trophy, Jyotirupa award and cash prize of Rs 10,000 was conferred on Natghar, Nityananda, Bajali, which was adjudged as the best team for the play Atmar Abishkar, whereas Eagle of Nalbari and Pohar of Barpeta got the prizes as 2nd and 3rd best teams for the plays Premar Situ Pare and Sati respectively.

The 2nd best team received the Radha Govinda Baruah Memorial Running Trophy, Jyotirupa award and cash prize of Rs 7,000, whereas the 3rd best team walked away with the Radha Govinda Baruah Memorial Running Trophy, the Jyotirupa award and cash prize of Rs 5,000.

For the play Atmar Abishkar, Kishore Tahbildar was conferred the award of best playwright and also the best director.

Tapan Deka and Dipa Das got the best actor and best actress awards for their roles in the plays Premar Sito Pare and Sati respectively.

Best child artiste award went to Priyanka Mahanta for her role in the play Hosa Luka Bhaku.

Tapan Deka was adjudged as second best director.

For his role in Pohaniya Soraiti Uri Gol, Naba Saikia was adjudged as the second best actor. Jyotirupa Sarma was conferred the award of 2nd best actress for her role in the play TRP.

Jury�s special citation was presented to Janmoni Dutta for her role in the play TRP. The award for best disciplined team went to D Sarma Cultural Academy which presented the play Sonar Sanjar Pakhila.

The results of the 29th Kishor Thakuria Memorial Mono Acting Competition were also declared today in which Pratiksha Sarma bagged the first prize whereas Vivek Bargohain and Nikita Kalita got the 2nd and 3rd prizes respectively.

During the cultural evening, artistes Sangeeta Kakati, Jina Rajkumari, Kaustubhmani Saikia, among others, enthralled the audience with their performances. Actress Purnima Saikia was felicitated for her contributions to the Assamese cinema and culture. Actor Pranjal Saikia and president of Jyotirupa PG Baruah were also present on the occasion.

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36th Jyotirupa awards presented

GUWAHATI, Jan 31 � The 36th Jyotirupa North East One Act Play competition concluded this evening following a colourful cultural programme. Results of various competitions were announced today and prizes were distributed in group and individual categories.

The Radha Govinda Baruah Memorial Running Trophy, Jyotirupa award and cash prize of Rs 10,000 was conferred on Natghar, Nityananda, Bajali, which was adjudged as the best team for the play Atmar Abishkar, whereas Eagle of Nalbari and Pohar of Barpeta got the prizes as 2nd and 3rd best teams for the plays Premar Situ Pare and Sati respectively.

The 2nd best team received the Radha Govinda Baruah Memorial Running Trophy, Jyotirupa award and cash prize of Rs 7,000, whereas the 3rd best team walked away with the Radha Govinda Baruah Memorial Running Trophy, the Jyotirupa award and cash prize of Rs 5,000.

For the play Atmar Abishkar, Kishore Tahbildar was conferred the award of best playwright and also the best director.

Tapan Deka and Dipa Das got the best actor and best actress awards for their roles in the plays Premar Sito Pare and Sati respectively.

Best child artiste award went to Priyanka Mahanta for her role in the play Hosa Luka Bhaku.

Tapan Deka was adjudged as second best director.

For his role in Pohaniya Soraiti Uri Gol, Naba Saikia was adjudged as the second best actor. Jyotirupa Sarma was conferred the award of 2nd best actress for her role in the play TRP.

Jury�s special citation was presented to Janmoni Dutta for her role in the play TRP. The award for best disciplined team went to D Sarma Cultural Academy which presented the play Sonar Sanjar Pakhila.

The results of the 29th Kishor Thakuria Memorial Mono Acting Competition were also declared today in which Pratiksha Sarma bagged the first prize whereas Vivek Bargohain and Nikita Kalita got the 2nd and 3rd prizes respectively.

During the cultural evening, artistes Sangeeta Kakati, Jina Rajkumari, Kaustubhmani Saikia, among others, enthralled the audience with their performances. Actress Purnima Saikia was felicitated for her contributions to the Assamese cinema and culture. Actor Pranjal Saikia and president of Jyotirupa PG Baruah were also present on the occasion.