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Pompore youth achieves new heights, bags Global Readers Choice Award

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Pompore youth achieves new heights, bags Global Readers Choice Award

Pompore youth achieves new heights, bags Global Readers Choice Award

The youths of Jammu and Kashmir are touching new heights and making the Union Territory proud.

A youth from Pampore has achieved the success in the field of literature.

This engineering student from Pampore has compiled two books, one of the books fetched him Global Readers Choice Awards 2020.

Saraf Ali Bhat wrote two books: 'Smile Worth a Billion Poems' and 'Triggered Sorrows' of which 'Triggered Sorrows got the prestigious award.

From calligraphy to painting, the youths of Kashmir are making the valley and the country proud.

This is for the first time any young writer from Pampore has earned laurels globally in field of literature.


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