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NAGAON, Dec 24 - Participating in an interaction session organised by the Foreign Language Centre of Nowgong College, German scholar and human rights activists Thaibault Emannual observed that the most alarming danger prevailing at present in most States of India is child and woman trafficking. He also talked on international laws and stressed the need of ending the tension between India and Pakistan.

The German scholar said that his country was against terrorism and appealed to all countries to respond positively to the cause of protecting the environment.

Nowgong College principal Dr Sarat Borkotoki welcomed the guests. Governing body member Ranjit Nath was also present in the function as a guest of honour.

A number of teachers, including vice principal Aparajita Tamuly Phukan, and students were present in the function. Nivedita Das Paul offered the vote of thanks.

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German scholar at Nowgong College event

NAGAON, Dec 24 - Participating in an interaction session organised by the Foreign Language Centre of Nowgong College, German scholar and human rights activists Thaibault Emannual observed that the most alarming danger prevailing at present in most States of India is child and woman trafficking. He also talked on international laws and stressed the need of ending the tension between India and Pakistan.

The German scholar said that his country was against terrorism and appealed to all countries to respond positively to the cause of protecting the environment.

Nowgong College principal Dr Sarat Borkotoki welcomed the guests. Governing body member Ranjit Nath was also present in the function as a guest of honour.

A number of teachers, including vice principal Aparajita Tamuly Phukan, and students were present in the function. Nivedita Das Paul offered the vote of thanks.