Prahaar celebrates 5th anniversary at Sindhudurg
Prahaar celebrated it’s 5th anniversary at Sindhudurg office on Saturday
Sindhudurg: Prahaar celebrated it’s 5th anniversary at Sindhudurg office on Saturday. The office was overcrowded with pouring wishes of readers and well wishers. A program organized in the presence of the Director of Rane Prakashan Pvt Ltd and Founder-President of Swabhiman, Nitesh Rane, motivated the staff.
A special edition of Prahaar depicting extensive reader-interests stories was published at the occasion. The event was attended by Rajan Teli – President of District Bank, Megha Gangan – Former Town President of Kankavali, Vibhavari Khot – Member of District Council, Santosh Wayangankar – Resident Editor and the staff of Prahaar. Dignitaries from various fields visited the office to give wishes throughout the day.
On the occasion of 5th anniversary Rane cut the cake with a round of applause. All the dignitaries appreciated the Special edition ‘Panchtatva (five elements)’ of Prahaar.
Prahaar has always given importance to a well-being of society; appreciation by well-wishers and readers on the day of anniversary was acknowledgement for it. Satish Sawant – Congress’s District President, Advocate Pradnya Khot – Town President of Kankavali, Deeplakshmi Padate – President of District Council, Shravani Naik – Chairman of Women and Child Development Dept of District Council, Pravin Bhosale – Former State Minister, Maithili Teli – Chairman of Kankavali, Sandesh aka Gotya Sawant – Taluka President of Kankavali Congress, Anna Kode – Corporator and many more dignitaries showered their wishes on the occasion.
‘Prahaar’s plays significant role in Konkan
Prahaar has always maintained its rapport with the citizens of district. It will develop more in the future. Reader in every age group will relate with it. It will play a significant role in the history of Konkan. I would like to thank all the readers, advertisers, distributors and well-wishers for their constant support and wish good luck to Prahaar for future endeavor.
- Nitesh Rane