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NORTH LAKHIMPUR, June 10 - �Maa�, an initiative to glorify and pay tribute to all mothers was held here today.

An awareness-cum-felicitation function was held on the occasion at Lakhimpur PGT College where many elderly mothers were honoured.

The function was chaired by Rukma Gohain Baruah, Principal of Lakhimpur PGT College in which Gobin Bordoloi, the person behind the �Maa� initiative delivered a thought-provoking speech on taking care of the mothers who were often neglected and subsequently abandoned during their advancing years.

Bordoloi, who has been taking the initiative since 1991 with personal contribution, recounted the love and sacrifice of his mother at the function. Nitumoni Saikia, Chief Editor of Pratidin Times attended the function as chief guest.

In his address, Saikia expressed grave concern over the rising unrest and rumours that led to the lynching of two youths by a mob at Panjuri in Karbi Anglong yesterday.

Significantly, Tulumai Dutta, widely celebrated as the �mother� of 80 children for breastfeeding them with the milk of human kindness at Nemutengani village of Dhakuwakhona, was warmly felicitated at the function.

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NL public meet celebrates motherhood

NORTH LAKHIMPUR, June 10 - �Maa�, an initiative to glorify and pay tribute to all mothers was held here today.

An awareness-cum-felicitation function was held on the occasion at Lakhimpur PGT College where many elderly mothers were honoured.

The function was chaired by Rukma Gohain Baruah, Principal of Lakhimpur PGT College in which Gobin Bordoloi, the person behind the �Maa� initiative delivered a thought-provoking speech on taking care of the mothers who were often neglected and subsequently abandoned during their advancing years.

Bordoloi, who has been taking the initiative since 1991 with personal contribution, recounted the love and sacrifice of his mother at the function. Nitumoni Saikia, Chief Editor of Pratidin Times attended the function as chief guest.

In his address, Saikia expressed grave concern over the rising unrest and rumours that led to the lynching of two youths by a mob at Panjuri in Karbi Anglong yesterday.

Significantly, Tulumai Dutta, widely celebrated as the �mother� of 80 children for breastfeeding them with the milk of human kindness at Nemutengani village of Dhakuwakhona, was warmly felicitated at the function.