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New officials of Photojournalists Association of SL elected

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The annual general meeting of the Photojournalists Association of Sri Lanka was held at the auditorium of Buddha Sasana Ministry, Colombo 7 recently. The following office bearers were elected at the AGM. President – Daminda Harsha Perera (Daily FT), Secretary – Kushan Pathiraja (Daily Mirror), Treasurer – Vimukthi Embuldeniya (Janayugaya), Vice Presidents – Sulochana Gamage (Lake House), Sujatha Jayaratne (Divaina), Deputy Secretary – Jude Denzil Pathiraja (Divaina), Asst. Treasurer – Shameera Rajapaksha (Ada), Welfare Secretary – Romesh Dhanushka Silva (Lankadeepa). Committee members: Saman Sri Wedage (Lake House), Pradeep Dilrukshana (Daily Mirror), Ruwan Walpola (Daily FT), Jayamal Chandrasiri (Lankadeepa), Tharaka Basnayaka (Ceylon Today), Kamal Bogoda (Divaina), Sumudu Hewapathirana (Deshaya), Musthaq Thasleem (Janayugaya), Isuru Perera (Ada), Athula Devapriya (Sunday Times), Herbert Perera (Lake House), J. Weerasekara (Mawbima) and Sujeewa Kumara (Virakesari).

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