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GUWAHATI, Feb 15 � The Assam Tribune Employees� Union (ATEU) held a condolence meeting at The Assam Tribune campus here on Saturday on the sudden demise of Subodh Bose, president, All India Newspaper Employees� Federation.

The meeting was presided by Saifuddin Ahmed, president ATEU and attended by all employees of the Assam Tribune Group.

Dugdharam Kalita, general secretary ATEU, Debasish Sinha, assistant general secretary and Balen Kalita, executive member, AINEF lauded the contributions made by Bose during his time in all vital aspects of trade union activities, for the welfare of the newspaper employees in India.

Saifuddin Ahmed rounded up the meeting expressing his condolences on behalf of ATEU to one of the pioneer trade union leaders of AINEF. The members of ATEU observed one-minute silence as a mark of respect to the departed soul and expressed their heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family.

Bose, a veteran journalist who retired from the Bengali newspaper Jugantar, died on Friday in Kolkata at the age of 84.

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Condolence meeting

GUWAHATI, Feb 15 � The Assam Tribune Employees� Union (ATEU) held a condolence meeting at The Assam Tribune campus here on Saturday on the sudden demise of Subodh Bose, president, All India Newspaper Employees� Federation.

The meeting was presided by Saifuddin Ahmed, president ATEU and attended by all employees of the Assam Tribune Group.

Dugdharam Kalita, general secretary ATEU, Debasish Sinha, assistant general secretary and Balen Kalita, executive member, AINEF lauded the contributions made by Bose during his time in all vital aspects of trade union activities, for the welfare of the newspaper employees in India.

Saifuddin Ahmed rounded up the meeting expressing his condolences on behalf of ATEU to one of the pioneer trade union leaders of AINEF. The members of ATEU observed one-minute silence as a mark of respect to the departed soul and expressed their heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family.

Bose, a veteran journalist who retired from the Bengali newspaper Jugantar, died on Friday in Kolkata at the age of 84.