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Book throws light on India�s state of affairs

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, March 17 - A book titled The Turning World by Rupa Barman Borgohain, a former teacher of law and now an independent researcher, was released at a function held at the Vivekananda Kendra here today, a press release stated.

The book was released by PJ Baruah, Executive Editor of The Assam Tribune, who was the chief guest at the function that was also attended by noted litterateur Nirupama Bargohain.

The author said the book was an attempt to provide a glimpse into the state of affairs towards which the country is progressing. Articles on various topics, ranging from analysis of judicial decisions, appraisal of laws for reaching out economically to the poorer sections of the society and opinions on morality of society to problems afflicting urban life and the environment have been included in the book.

Retired managing director of Numaligarh Refinery Limited and noted poet Dr Bhupati Das, academician Professor Anuradha Dutta and Nabin Baruah, publisher of Purbanchal Prakash, also attended the programme.

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Book throws light on India�s state of affairs

GUWAHATI, March 17 - A book titled The Turning World by Rupa Barman Borgohain, a former teacher of law and now an independent researcher, was released at a function held at the Vivekananda Kendra here today, a press release stated.

The book was released by PJ Baruah, Executive Editor of The Assam Tribune, who was the chief guest at the function that was also attended by noted litterateur Nirupama Bargohain.

The author said the book was an attempt to provide a glimpse into the state of affairs towards which the country is progressing. Articles on various topics, ranging from analysis of judicial decisions, appraisal of laws for reaching out economically to the poorer sections of the society and opinions on morality of society to problems afflicting urban life and the environment have been included in the book.

Retired managing director of Numaligarh Refinery Limited and noted poet Dr Bhupati Das, academician Professor Anuradha Dutta and Nabin Baruah, publisher of Purbanchal Prakash, also attended the programme.