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Dainik Asam urged to take up leadership role

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NALBARI, July 12 - Renowned singer and cultural activist, Loknath Goswami has appealed to the Dainik Asam to take a leading role to prevent the erosion of moral values and prevalence of indiscipline in the society. Saying that this newspaper displayed positive leadership during the Assam Movement to sensitise the public, he said that the time has come for the paper to again take up that role.

Addressing a special meeting of the golden jubilee celebration of the Dainik Asam, held at the Nalbari Natya Mandir on July 11, Goswami said that the Dainik Asam, since its inception in 1965, has been acting as a guardian in the political, cultural and educational spheres in the State. He said that people from all walks of life should unitedly try to protect the society from unsocial elements. He also called upon the Assam Tribune Group of Newspapers to come out with a work plan for positive thinking.

Speaking in the meeting, Radhika Mohan Bhagawati, the editor of Dainik Asam, said that we have to decide the future of the State through self analysis. Admitting that the State is passing through a crucial time, he said that the Dainik Asam has always worked in the interest of the common people and it will continue to do so. Paying tributes to RG Baruah, the architect of the newspaper group, Bhagawati said that RG Baruah proved that the life of newspapers in Assam is not short.

The meeting presided over by Chiranjeev Jain, a well-known poet, was addressed among others by Sashi Sarma, renowned critic, Dr Basanta Kumar Bhattacharya, renowned writer, Ramani Barman, former Education Minister and Pramod Ch Chakravarty, a senior journalist. Earlier, Munin Bayan, executive editor, Dainik Asam explained the purpose of the meeting.The special meeting was conducted by Pranab Dutta Goswami.

Before the meeting began, rich tributes were paid to two Nalbari-based journalists of Dainik Asam � Rabin Choudhury and Apurba Kumar Sarma, who had passed away prematurely. On the occasion, a quiz competition was also held, which was conducted by Dr Subhra Kingkar Goswami and Dipankar Kaushik. In the open meeting, three renowned persons of the district, Munindra Narayan Choudhury (educationist), Joycharan Haloi (farmer) and Rachael Kanta Barman (puppetry) were felicitated from the newspaper house. Newspaper agents from Nalbari, Kamrup, Baksa and Barpeta were also accorded warm felicitation in the special meeting. In the quiz competition, the first prize was bagged by Kumar Shibam and Jyotish Kalita, second prize by Biswajit Sarma and Bijit Das and the third prize by Himangshu Kalita and Dhrubajyoti Barman.

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Dainik Asam urged to take up leadership role

NALBARI, July 12 - Renowned singer and cultural activist, Loknath Goswami has appealed to the Dainik Asam to take a leading role to prevent the erosion of moral values and prevalence of indiscipline in the society. Saying that this newspaper displayed positive leadership during the Assam Movement to sensitise the public, he said that the time has come for the paper to again take up that role.

Addressing a special meeting of the golden jubilee celebration of the Dainik Asam, held at the Nalbari Natya Mandir on July 11, Goswami said that the Dainik Asam, since its inception in 1965, has been acting as a guardian in the political, cultural and educational spheres in the State. He said that people from all walks of life should unitedly try to protect the society from unsocial elements. He also called upon the Assam Tribune Group of Newspapers to come out with a work plan for positive thinking.

Speaking in the meeting, Radhika Mohan Bhagawati, the editor of Dainik Asam, said that we have to decide the future of the State through self analysis. Admitting that the State is passing through a crucial time, he said that the Dainik Asam has always worked in the interest of the common people and it will continue to do so. Paying tributes to RG Baruah, the architect of the newspaper group, Bhagawati said that RG Baruah proved that the life of newspapers in Assam is not short.

The meeting presided over by Chiranjeev Jain, a well-known poet, was addressed among others by Sashi Sarma, renowned critic, Dr Basanta Kumar Bhattacharya, renowned writer, Ramani Barman, former Education Minister and Pramod Ch Chakravarty, a senior journalist. Earlier, Munin Bayan, executive editor, Dainik Asam explained the purpose of the meeting.The special meeting was conducted by Pranab Dutta Goswami.

Before the meeting began, rich tributes were paid to two Nalbari-based journalists of Dainik Asam � Rabin Choudhury and Apurba Kumar Sarma, who had passed away prematurely. On the occasion, a quiz competition was also held, which was conducted by Dr Subhra Kingkar Goswami and Dipankar Kaushik. In the open meeting, three renowned persons of the district, Munindra Narayan Choudhury (educationist), Joycharan Haloi (farmer) and Rachael Kanta Barman (puppetry) were felicitated from the newspaper house. Newspaper agents from Nalbari, Kamrup, Baksa and Barpeta were also accorded warm felicitation in the special meeting. In the quiz competition, the first prize was bagged by Kumar Shibam and Jyotish Kalita, second prize by Biswajit Sarma and Bijit Das and the third prize by Himangshu Kalita and Dhrubajyoti Barman.