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NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Oct 22 - Paresh Bhuyan, a veteran artist from North Lakhimpur recently attended an art workshop in Cairo, Egypt along with 11 others from India.

Organised by the Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture, Embassy of India, Cairo under the theme �Bridge of Friendship;, the art workshop was held to mark 25years of �Glimpses of India Painting Competition� in Egypt. India had sent 12 selected artists to the programme in which Bhuyan, an alumni of the Government College of Art & Crafts Assam, was a member.

Paresh Bhuyan participated in an art workshop at Hellwan Univercity, Cairo and interacted with its students and faculties during the programme which also included two exhibitions and a round table discussion. It may be recalled that Paresh Bhuyan is also an active member of artist campaign called �Bator Canvas� doing mobile art sessions on streets of various places in Assam. Of late he was responsible for painting huge murals on walls at various public places of North Lakhimpur in a bid to beautify the town.

Jatin Bora attends Ratnakar show: Actor, director Jatin Bora attended the evening show of his ongoing hit Ratnakar in a theatre in North Lakhimpur on Kati Bihu night.

Bora, accompanied by his wife and a large group of his fans attended the 6.50 pm show of the movie at Nakshatra theatre in North Lakhimpur to the delight of a full house audience. He cut a cake in celebration of Ratnakar crossing Rs 3 crore earning inside the theatre at the end of the show before a cheering crowd.

Addressing the crowd, the actor expressed his sincere gratitude to the audience in making his movie a hit. He also said that the success of the movie, due to the support of the audience had given him courage and new hopes to move forward. He also interacted with the media at that brief function.

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NL artist attends �Bridge of Friendship� workshop in Egypt

NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Oct 22 - Paresh Bhuyan, a veteran artist from North Lakhimpur recently attended an art workshop in Cairo, Egypt along with 11 others from India.

Organised by the Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture, Embassy of India, Cairo under the theme �Bridge of Friendship;, the art workshop was held to mark 25years of �Glimpses of India Painting Competition� in Egypt. India had sent 12 selected artists to the programme in which Bhuyan, an alumni of the Government College of Art & Crafts Assam, was a member.

Paresh Bhuyan participated in an art workshop at Hellwan Univercity, Cairo and interacted with its students and faculties during the programme which also included two exhibitions and a round table discussion. It may be recalled that Paresh Bhuyan is also an active member of artist campaign called �Bator Canvas� doing mobile art sessions on streets of various places in Assam. Of late he was responsible for painting huge murals on walls at various public places of North Lakhimpur in a bid to beautify the town.

Jatin Bora attends Ratnakar show: Actor, director Jatin Bora attended the evening show of his ongoing hit Ratnakar in a theatre in North Lakhimpur on Kati Bihu night.

Bora, accompanied by his wife and a large group of his fans attended the 6.50 pm show of the movie at Nakshatra theatre in North Lakhimpur to the delight of a full house audience. He cut a cake in celebration of Ratnakar crossing Rs 3 crore earning inside the theatre at the end of the show before a cheering crowd.

Addressing the crowd, the actor expressed his sincere gratitude to the audience in making his movie a hit. He also said that the success of the movie, due to the support of the audience had given him courage and new hopes to move forward. He also interacted with the media at that brief function.

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