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Chennamma Award for Jayamala, Rohini Nilekani

Laayak | Mar 8, 2008

Actor Jayamala Ramachandra and Rohini Nilekani are among those selected for the Kittur hennamma Award by the otate Government this year. On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Government has announced the best Stree Shakti (self-help groups) and Kittur Chennamma Award.

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