Trinco birthday celebrations include book release

[TamilNet, Saturday, 26 November 2005, 14:43 GMT]
"Kanthal," a compilation of greetings and quotations in Tamil, specially compiled by Muttur Tamil Women Association Consortium to mark the fifty first birthday of Mr.V.Pirapaharan, Tamil national leader was released Friday morning at an event held at Kaddaiparichchan Vipulananda School in Muttur east in Trincomalee district. Ms Santhi Kumarasamy, President of the consortium presided.

Birth Day in Trinco
Ms Kaaronja, LTTE Trincomalee district political head for women wing handed over the first copy of the special issue to Mr.S.Elilan, LTTE Trincomalee district political head.

Mr.Elilan, Ms Kaaronja, Mr.Poovannan, instructor of the Rajan Training School and several others also spoke at the event.


Birth Day in Trinco
Birth Day in Trinco

 

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