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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Shri K.C.Kandher, Senior Announcer retiring on superannuation on 31st July, 2017.

Shri K.C.Kandher, Senior Announcer shall say goodbye to the microphone of All India Radio, Sambalpur on 31st July, 2017 after putting up 27 years of valuable service for All India Radio, Sambalpur in particular and to the radio listeners in general. Born on 12th July, 1957 Sri Kandher had joined at AIR, Sambalpur on 30th June, 1990. Akahsvani Recreation Club is gearing up to bid him farewell on 31st July, 2017.

AIR, Sambalpur and Prasar Bharati Parivar wishes him happy and peaceful retired life.

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Contributed by :- Shri. Kshetramani Bibhar, AIR, Sambalpur
airsambalpur@gmail.com

3 comments:

  1. my best wishes to him.
    S.TAJAN,DE,AIR BHAWANIPATNA

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  2. my best wishes to him.
    S.TAJAN,DE,AIR BHAWANIPATNA

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  3. Tholeti Chandra Shekhar, Retired Upper Division Clerk of All India Radio, Visakhapatnam would like to inform you that I had my school life in Jharsuguda of Sambalpur District. And in those days, we used to listen All India Radio, Sambalpur for both Odiya and Hindi songs. And now I am here to bid farewell to an announcer of that station, a pleasant change in luck. But I am a bit annoyed when the blog says that you are bidding good bye to microphone. Rather I wish you won't. My many friends are still listening to AIR, Sambalpur. Let me have the pleasure to tell them that you are still with microphone, may be not in compereing but producing other better programmes for the listeners of those areas.

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