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Northeast India Conclave 2011 held in Delhi

By The Assam Tribune

NEW DELHI, Nov 13 � For the first time, a conclave exclusively focusing on the Northeastern region was organised in the National Capital. The conclave was named as Northeast India Conclave 2011, a Press release said.

The conclave was inaugurated by Union Minister of State for Water Resource Development Vincent H Pala along with former Director of Intelligence Bureau Ajit Doval.

The conclave started with a condolence prayer for the departed soul of the maestro and balladeer from the North East � Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

The event started with its first interactive session on �Problems of Students Studying in Delhi & Other Cities� which was chaired by Union Minister of State for Rural Development, Agatha Sangma along with Commissioner of Delhi Police Brijesh Kumar Gupta, Sr Advocate, Supreme Court Meenakshi Lekhi and TV Media personality of CNN-IBN, Karma Paljor.

The second session on �North East: Policy, Their Efficacy and Need for Reforms was chaired by MP from Sikkim, Prem Das Rai along with former MP of Arunachal Pradesh Kiren Rijiju, former MP of Nagaland Asungba Sangtam and Prof (Dr) A Bimol�Akoijam, from School of Social Sciences, JNU.

The final session on �North East Tourism & Its Impact on Cultural Heritage was chaired by MP and BJP spokesperson Tarun Vijay along with former Tourism Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Tsona Rinpoche and others.

The event was planned by Northeast India Foundation � a non-profit organisation.

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Northeast India Conclave 2011 held in Delhi

NEW DELHI, Nov 13 � For the first time, a conclave exclusively focusing on the Northeastern region was organised in the National Capital. The conclave was named as Northeast India Conclave 2011, a Press release said.

The conclave was inaugurated by Union Minister of State for Water Resource Development Vincent H Pala along with former Director of Intelligence Bureau Ajit Doval.

The conclave started with a condolence prayer for the departed soul of the maestro and balladeer from the North East � Dr Bhupen Hazarika.

The event started with its first interactive session on �Problems of Students Studying in Delhi & Other Cities� which was chaired by Union Minister of State for Rural Development, Agatha Sangma along with Commissioner of Delhi Police Brijesh Kumar Gupta, Sr Advocate, Supreme Court Meenakshi Lekhi and TV Media personality of CNN-IBN, Karma Paljor.

The second session on �North East: Policy, Their Efficacy and Need for Reforms was chaired by MP from Sikkim, Prem Das Rai along with former MP of Arunachal Pradesh Kiren Rijiju, former MP of Nagaland Asungba Sangtam and Prof (Dr) A Bimol�Akoijam, from School of Social Sciences, JNU.

The final session on �North East Tourism & Its Impact on Cultural Heritage was chaired by MP and BJP spokesperson Tarun Vijay along with former Tourism Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Tsona Rinpoche and others.

The event was planned by Northeast India Foundation � a non-profit organisation.