Mumbai (RBI), Feb.22: Dhwani Pratishthana had conducted a short story writing competition in Kannada for non resident Kannadigas as the valedictory program of the year long for its celebration of 35 glorious years in service for Kannada language outside Karnataka.
The reults are as follows:
First Prize Shri Kanakaraj Subramanyam Saudi Arabia ( Akasha Jinke),.Second Prize shared between Dr Premalatha B., England (Tarka) and Shri Irshad Moodabidri ( Anaatha) Third / Consolation Prize shared among Ms Rajani Bhat, Abu Dhabi ( Tukkuhidida ATM), Dr Savitha Nataraj Basapura, Kuwait (Maralunaadinall Ondu Maneya Maadi) and Ms Yashoda Bhat, Dubai (Subhadra) First prize consists of INR 10,000 with citation, second prize is INR 5,000 with citation and Third prize is INR1,500 with citation.
Dr. Premalatha B Irshad Moodbidri Kanaka Raj
Savita Nataraj (Basapur) Yashoda Bhat Rajani Bhat
Noted senior writers Ms, Vaidehi, Mr K. Virabhadrappa and Mr Chinthamani Kodlekere assisted as the judges of contest.
More than 150 entries were received. But as per the conditions only the stories from non resident kannadigas were considered for prizes. The winning stories along with other stories from eminent writers will be pubished in book format shortly informed Mr Prakash Rao Payyar.
Dhwani president Mr Prakash Rao Payyar thanked one and all for the participation to make it a grand success.
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