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DIPHU, Jan 18 - The three-day book fair organised by Semson Sing Engti Chingthur Amai (SECA), a Howraghat-based NGO and under the initiative of Howraghat MLA Joyram Engleng began on Wednesday at Howraghat Government ME School. The programme started with the hoisting of SECA flag by Dr L Tokbi, president, SECA at 8 am.

On the occasion, a plantation drive was also organised which was officially inaugurated by local MAC and EM for Health & Family Welfare and Printing & Stationery Departments, KAAC, Khonsing Rongpi.

The 1st book fair organised by SECA was officially inaugurated by Khonsing Rongpi. It may be mentioned here that various competitions like art, quiz and debate were organised among the students on the occasion.

On the first day, a large number of people and book lovers thronged the book fair and thanked the organisers for holding such an event for the first time at Howraghat. A total of 75 shops and publishing houses have taken part in the book fair this time. A number of book shops from various places of the State, including Guwahati, took part in the fair.

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Howraghat book fair begins

DIPHU, Jan 18 - The three-day book fair organised by Semson Sing Engti Chingthur Amai (SECA), a Howraghat-based NGO and under the initiative of Howraghat MLA Joyram Engleng began on Wednesday at Howraghat Government ME School. The programme started with the hoisting of SECA flag by Dr L Tokbi, president, SECA at 8 am.

On the occasion, a plantation drive was also organised which was officially inaugurated by local MAC and EM for Health & Family Welfare and Printing & Stationery Departments, KAAC, Khonsing Rongpi.

The 1st book fair organised by SECA was officially inaugurated by Khonsing Rongpi. It may be mentioned here that various competitions like art, quiz and debate were organised among the students on the occasion.

On the first day, a large number of people and book lovers thronged the book fair and thanked the organisers for holding such an event for the first time at Howraghat. A total of 75 shops and publishing houses have taken part in the book fair this time. A number of book shops from various places of the State, including Guwahati, took part in the fair.