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Town planner Biswa Dutta felicitated

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 25 - The Ambikagiri Memorial Trust today felicitated Biswa Dutta, architect and town planner, at a function held on his being presented the lifetime award by the Indian Institute of Architects recently.

Dutta, who is the first postgraduate architect of north-eastern India and a distinguished town planner, is also the first architect and town planner of the region to receive this award.

The function held today at old-age home Amar Ghar, was addressed by DN Chakravartty, senior journalist and adviser to the trust. Jogabrata Dutta, working president of the trust and Manju Dutta Baruah, secretary, in their speeches, complimented Dutta over the award.

Padumi Dutta, wife of Biswa Dutta, Kabul Mazumdar and Chandrakanta Saikia of Yuva Nivas, also spoke on the occasion.

Aruna Goldsmith presented a Rabindra Sangeet, while Bijoya Ganguli, Ashima Chatterjee and Paresh Chandra Dev presented devotional songs. Aruna Choudhury, retired secretary, State water resources department, also spoke.

Dutta, in his acceptance speech thanked the organisers and hoped that he would be able to serve the people with devotion and sincerity.

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Town planner Biswa Dutta felicitated

GUWAHATI, May 25 - The Ambikagiri Memorial Trust today felicitated Biswa Dutta, architect and town planner, at a function held on his being presented the lifetime award by the Indian Institute of Architects recently.

Dutta, who is the first postgraduate architect of north-eastern India and a distinguished town planner, is also the first architect and town planner of the region to receive this award.

The function held today at old-age home Amar Ghar, was addressed by DN Chakravartty, senior journalist and adviser to the trust. Jogabrata Dutta, working president of the trust and Manju Dutta Baruah, secretary, in their speeches, complimented Dutta over the award.

Padumi Dutta, wife of Biswa Dutta, Kabul Mazumdar and Chandrakanta Saikia of Yuva Nivas, also spoke on the occasion.

Aruna Goldsmith presented a Rabindra Sangeet, while Bijoya Ganguli, Ashima Chatterjee and Paresh Chandra Dev presented devotional songs. Aruna Choudhury, retired secretary, State water resources department, also spoke.

Dutta, in his acceptance speech thanked the organisers and hoped that he would be able to serve the people with devotion and sincerity.