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Vishwa Konkani Awards-2021 Will Be Held On Sunday

  Vishwa Konkani Awards-2021, instituted by the Konkani Language and Cultural Foundation, will be held at the World Konkani Centre, Shaktinagar, on Sunday, awards are presented by Jnanpith award winner and eminent Konkani writer Damodar Mauzo.

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Awardees

 The Vimala V Pai Vishwa Konkani Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to Suresh J Borkar for his language pedagogy, grammar and lexicography. 

  Vimala V Pai Vishwa Konkani Sahitya Puraskar will be given to Antony Barkur and Vimala  V Pai Vishwa Konkani Poetry Award will be presented to Uday Mhambro. The Basti Vaman Shenoy Seva Puraskar will be awarded to Corrine A Rasquinha, founder-president of White Doves Psychiatric Nursing and Destitute Home, and Padmanabha Kamath, a senior cardiologist of the city, and founder of Cardiology at Doorstep Foundation. 

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