‘A History of Kannadigas in Mumbai' Book to Be Released on Jun 20

Report from Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/SP)
Mumbai, Jun 18:
A ceremony to release ‘A history of Kannadigas in Mumbai,’ a book authored by Dr Geetanjali Salian, will be held at 4.30 pm on Saturday June 20, at Sri Narayan Guru Auditorium, Billava Bhavan, Santacruz (East) here.
Supreme Court former judge Justice B N Krishna will be the chief guest of the occasion.
The programme will be presided over by Billava Association president Jaya C Suvarna.
‘Akshaya’ Kannada magazine honorary editor M B Kuckian, Mumbai University Professor emeritus and former head of the department of history Dr M D David, writers Dr Vishwanath Karnad and Dr Sunita Shetty will be the guests of honour.
Billava Association and local committee members will stage an entertainment programme after the book release ceremony.

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  • subhash. B, Belgaum/Powai

    Sun, Jul 12 2009

    Great work & Congratulations.It gladdened my heart. Keep up the good work.I have been circulating this among my friends circle. My best wishes for you.

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  • Harish Kumar, Surathkal / UNMIS (Sudan)

    Sat, Jun 20 2009

    Congratulation & Best wishes for the launch of ''A History of Kannadigas in Mumbai''.

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  • Poonam G Shetty, Nandikur/Thane

    Fri, Jun 19 2009

    My heartiest congratulations on the launch of your book.Iam sure that your book will be extremely helpful to Kannadiga''s in Mumbai.My Best wishes for the success of your book

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