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Homoeopathic Books Fair held in Port City

12 January 2023
Homoeopathic Books Fair held in Port City

Chattogram Bureau :
The first ever day-long divisional writers’ reunion and homoeopathic books fair was held at Hotel Paramount International auditorium in the port city recently organised
by the Homoeopathic Writers’ Association duly patronized
by the Principal Dr Abdul Karim Foundation.
The former president and  the Chief Advisor of Bangladesh Homoeopathic Council and Chief Editor and publisher of monthly  ‘Homoeo Chetona’  Principal Dr Abdul Karim formally  inaugurated the fair duly presided over by noted homoeo researcher and President of HWA  Dr Nazir Ahmed. Former divisional government representative of Bangladesh Homoeopathy Board Dr Saleh Ahmed Suleman graced the occasion as the chief guest.
Principal of Zakir Homoeopathic Medical College Dr Nurul Amin, acting President of Azizur Rahman Homoeopathic Medical College Ferdousi Begum, and President of Principal Dr Abdul Karim Foundation Advocate Dr Samiuddin attended the inaugural session of the fair as special guests. Secretary General of the Association Dr Ahmed Hossain Faruki gave introductory speech of the organisation on the occasion.

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