New Tamil weekly to be launched in Vavuniya

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 09 July 2003, 12:43 GMT]
A Tamil weekly broadsheet 'Senthanal' (Burning Ash) is to be launched by the Sooriyan publications located in Katkuli, Vavuniya in a ceremony at Vavuniya Urban Council Hall on Saturday, 12 July, sources said.

The paper's chief editior is Ms. Avani Jeya.

Popular hindu poet S.Gunapalasingam will present the first copy to S.A.Ramaswamy, another intellectual in hinduism. Senior lecturer at Jaffna campus, S. Sivalingarajah will give the inaugural lecture.

Jaffna Head of Peoples Bank, Pon.Ganeshamoorthy, Broadcast journalist Kanaga Raveendran, Saiva intellectual S.Sellathurai, poet Ahalangan, Tamil intellectual Mullaimani and Sengai Aaliyan will also speak at the function.

 

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