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Gopidas Sinha included in the Assam Linguistic Minorities Development Board

GUWAHATI, Dec 25 – Gopidas Sinha, chief adviser of Bishnupriya Manipuri Language Teachers’ Association and Development Council, Assam has been included as one of the members of the Assam Linguistic Minorities Development Board under Welfare of Minority and Development Department, an official notification stated.

Courtesy: The Assam Tribune (December 25, 2009)



    CONGRAT TO Gopi'da.
    Aami niyam harou oilang a su khabar ahan peya, specially mi otyanta niyam harou oilu. Kiya bullete asade daranar nua nua progress ata aaher(Green signal) mahite aamar samaj hanor ka buliya otyanta sukhabar bulia mone karauri & aarakau niyam sukhabar peitangai bulia ami aasa kariyar.

    Mi Ema Bishnupriya'r charane poriya vikkha magauri je hey Ema, Aamar samaj ahanore aar hin nadedi, jedinetto jaram osi oudinetto aami nijar samaj han rakha karani baro habbi samajar manu'r loge ek oya chale paranirka bulia janam ahan fight kariya aahiarta & utar bitare aamar aage onek purba purush dau oila & tanu aamar samajar amrit pina nuaria hudda samajar'ka bulia judda karte karte bayas oya dau o porlaga. Hante hey Ema Bishnupriya- Emare seba karani & Emar samaj hanore gaje tule parani & habbi samajarau aage giya paranir sakti de amare.


  2. We are overwhelmed and proud to hear the news. we came to know about it this morning when we got a leaflet at our doorstep this moring. But the sad part is that a website address was mentioned in the leaflet as and when we tried to visit the site there is no such site and moreover the domain wasn't even booked or registered. So we urge that we should more sincere and strategic before we circulate such information

  3. Mr.Anonymous
    An interested party is purposely playing this game,thinking that they are the only intellegent people in our B.M. society, remaining are all fools.They should be taken for task for giving such false information deliberately.

  4. The news for selection as Board member is a historic massage for us but the condition of the leaflets made/printed are not matching with the job assigned whose motive is to foolish the Bishnupriya Manipuri community. This is a very bad nature of acts. One should think before doing that acts. This game should be stopped.


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