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Updated: March 26, 2014 13:26 IST

Honour for founder of UWA

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K. Thiagarajan
K. Thiagarajan

In recognition of his research works in demography and social anthropology, K. Thiagarajan, founder of United Writer’s Association (UWA), Chennai, has been selected for conferment of Bharat Jothi Award and Gold Medal instituted by Foundation for Social Amity and Peace, Cuttack.

Universities and organisations in Hungary, Nepal, Norway, Austria, Bulgaria, Sweden, Japan, Belgium, Ireland, Poland, and Brazil have honoured him for his innovative educational programme designed for tribal children.

UWA’s administrative office is at 3-E, Second Floor, Settlur Manor, 2, Sivaswamy Street, Mylapore. Ph: 2811 3588 / 0771.

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