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Pirapaharan felicitates Nitharsanam cinema artists

[TamilNet, Monday, 05 September 2005, 11:37 GMT]
Leader of Liberation Tigers, V Pirapaharan, felicitated the directors and artists at the "Eerath thee (Wet conflagration)" film release ceremony held at the Nitharsanam conference hall in Kilinochchi Sunday, sources from Kilinochchi said. The film was produced by LTTE Women's wing under the direction of Ms Nimala, and depicts the historical growth of Black Tigers.

Nitharsanam Film release
Nitharsanam Film release
Nitharsanam Film release
Bharata Natya dance recital of Ms Puhalini, an LTTE fighter attached to Nitharsanam and student of Tamileelam College of Fine Arts, also took place during the same event.

Ms Isaipiriya presided the event.

Head of Nitharsanam, Ms Piramila, Poet Puthuvai Ratnathurai, Director of Tamileelam College of Fine Arts, Mr Thanikai Maran and Head of LTTE Women's political wing, Thamilini, spoke at the event.

Several LTTE commanders, fighting cadres, artists and members of the public participated in the ceremony.

 

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