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Int�l trade fair in Jorhat from tomorrow

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JORHAT, Oct 26 - Addressing a press conference here today the organisers of 4th international Jorhat trade fair said that along with self-help groups, local entrepreneurs and various commercial establishments of the country traders of neighbouring countries Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Thailand would participate in the mega business event at Jorhat District Sports Association�s playground from October 28 to November 15 this year.

The international trade fair is organised by a non-governmental organisation named Poridhi.

�To promote our ethnic food among the consumers of the country and the foreign participants delicacies of Missing, Karbi and many other communities will be made available for the foodies,� said Dr Dibyajyoti Likhak, one of the organisers.

He said that among total 180 stalls traders of Thailand, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Bhutan will have more than 24 stalls in the premises of the international trade fair.

The organisers said that competition of songs, modelling and art would be held during the nineteen days trade fair.

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Int�l trade fair in Jorhat from tomorrow

JORHAT, Oct 26 - Addressing a press conference here today the organisers of 4th international Jorhat trade fair said that along with self-help groups, local entrepreneurs and various commercial establishments of the country traders of neighbouring countries Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Thailand would participate in the mega business event at Jorhat District Sports Association�s playground from October 28 to November 15 this year.

The international trade fair is organised by a non-governmental organisation named Poridhi.

�To promote our ethnic food among the consumers of the country and the foreign participants delicacies of Missing, Karbi and many other communities will be made available for the foodies,� said Dr Dibyajyoti Likhak, one of the organisers.

He said that among total 180 stalls traders of Thailand, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Bhutan will have more than 24 stalls in the premises of the international trade fair.

The organisers said that competition of songs, modelling and art would be held during the nineteen days trade fair.

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