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GUWAHATI, Sept 3 - On the occasion of the sixth death anniversary of renowned ayurveda specialist Dr Manik Chandra Dutta, a documentary Podopathar Thikana Bisari made on the plight of beggars, was released at a function held at the Guwahati Press Club here yesterday, according to a press release here today.

The function was addressed among others, by Dr Hitesh Barua, artiste and managing director of Nemcare Hospital; physician and artiste Dr Anjanjyoti Choudhury; Geetashree Sarma, Joint Director, State�s Planning and Development Department and Kamini Mohan Sinha, member, Gauhati University Executive Council.

The film is produced by Dr Dutta�s son and social worker Bhrigu Kumar Dutta and is directed by journalist and writer Parijat Handique. The nearly 15-minute film describes the day-to-day life of the pavement dwellers of Guwahati and other metropolises of the world, said the press release.

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Documentary on beggars released

GUWAHATI, Sept 3 - On the occasion of the sixth death anniversary of renowned ayurveda specialist Dr Manik Chandra Dutta, a documentary Podopathar Thikana Bisari made on the plight of beggars, was released at a function held at the Guwahati Press Club here yesterday, according to a press release here today.

The function was addressed among others, by Dr Hitesh Barua, artiste and managing director of Nemcare Hospital; physician and artiste Dr Anjanjyoti Choudhury; Geetashree Sarma, Joint Director, State�s Planning and Development Department and Kamini Mohan Sinha, member, Gauhati University Executive Council.

The film is produced by Dr Dutta�s son and social worker Bhrigu Kumar Dutta and is directed by journalist and writer Parijat Handique. The nearly 15-minute film describes the day-to-day life of the pavement dwellers of Guwahati and other metropolises of the world, said the press release.

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