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GUWAHATI, June 25 - Former Oil India head of Strategic Planning and Project and presently chairman-cum-managing director of the private sector Purbashree Oil and Gas Ltd Prasanta Kumar Dutta, who has been working on river management for the past 10 years, especially on management of the Brahmaputra, has left for China to study the Chinese technology of river management, including dredging and reclamation of eroded land. He earlier visited 25 countries � including the United States of America, and the Netherlands. He visited China too on earlier occasions.

According to a press release issued by the voluntary organisation Brahmaputra Management and Development, in which Dutta is a working president, this time the Chinese government has invited him to study the river management systems developed in their country.

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Ex-OIL official leaves for China

GUWAHATI, June 25 - Former Oil India head of Strategic Planning and Project and presently chairman-cum-managing director of the private sector Purbashree Oil and Gas Ltd Prasanta Kumar Dutta, who has been working on river management for the past 10 years, especially on management of the Brahmaputra, has left for China to study the Chinese technology of river management, including dredging and reclamation of eroded land. He earlier visited 25 countries � including the United States of America, and the Netherlands. He visited China too on earlier occasions.

According to a press release issued by the voluntary organisation Brahmaputra Management and Development, in which Dutta is a working president, this time the Chinese government has invited him to study the river management systems developed in their country.

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