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Short stories by deceased police officer released

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GUWAHATI, March 10 - Duroir Ghontadhwani, a collection of short stories by police officer Partha Bijay Dutta, who breathed his last on February 7, was released here today.

The book was released by Kuladhar Saikia, the Director General of Assam Police and an acclaimed writer himself, at a function held at the Institution of Engineers in the presence of several dignitaries, including Homen Borgohain, Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta, Govinda Prasad Sarma and Dinesh Goswami.

This is the second collection of short stories by the writer which also include two write-ups by Ratna Bharali Talukder and Arindam Borkotoky about the writings of the Late Partha Bijay Dutta. The book has been published by Akhar Prakash.

Talukder said that the collection was an effort of various friends of Dutta, and some copies of the book were also informally released on February 3, when the writer was alive.

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Short stories by deceased police officer released

GUWAHATI, March 10 - Duroir Ghontadhwani, a collection of short stories by police officer Partha Bijay Dutta, who breathed his last on February 7, was released here today.

The book was released by Kuladhar Saikia, the Director General of Assam Police and an acclaimed writer himself, at a function held at the Institution of Engineers in the presence of several dignitaries, including Homen Borgohain, Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta, Govinda Prasad Sarma and Dinesh Goswami.

This is the second collection of short stories by the writer which also include two write-ups by Ratna Bharali Talukder and Arindam Borkotoky about the writings of the Late Partha Bijay Dutta. The book has been published by Akhar Prakash.

Talukder said that the collection was an effort of various friends of Dutta, and some copies of the book were also informally released on February 3, when the writer was alive.