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TEOK, Jan 28 - The newly-constructed Teok Central Library under the Teok Town Committee was inaugurated by the former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha and eminent litterateur, Imran Shah, recently.

As part of the library inauguration programme, the day was observed as �Grantha Din� here. People from the town and its adjoining areas donated books to the newly set-up library. A book, Sankari Bhaktibador Darsonik Tatva, written by Dr Akan Chandra Saikia, was released by Imran Shah at a meeting held at Teok Girls� HS School. Kamakhya Prasad Tasa, MP, Membor Gogoi, MLA, Teok, and Rafiq-uz-Zaman, chairman, Teok Town Committee, were also present in the meeting besides others.

The new library in the heart of this tiny township is expected to provide a wealth of knowledge to the common people, particularly the student community.

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Grantha Din observed at Teok

TEOK, Jan 28 - The newly-constructed Teok Central Library under the Teok Town Committee was inaugurated by the former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha and eminent litterateur, Imran Shah, recently.

As part of the library inauguration programme, the day was observed as �Grantha Din� here. People from the town and its adjoining areas donated books to the newly set-up library. A book, Sankari Bhaktibador Darsonik Tatva, written by Dr Akan Chandra Saikia, was released by Imran Shah at a meeting held at Teok Girls� HS School. Kamakhya Prasad Tasa, MP, Membor Gogoi, MLA, Teok, and Rafiq-uz-Zaman, chairman, Teok Town Committee, were also present in the meeting besides others.

The new library in the heart of this tiny township is expected to provide a wealth of knowledge to the common people, particularly the student community.

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