Friday, 19 May 2017

Indian-origin councillor elected Loughton mayor in UK

Indian-origin councillor elected Loughton mayor in UK

LONDON: An Indian-origin councillor has been elected mayor of the populous Loughton town in the UK.  Philip Abraham has been serving(की सेवा) as the deputy mayor for the last one year and has taken over from previous(पिछला) mayor Carol Davis. Loughton is the most populous town in the Epping Forest District of Essex. The mayor represents the town at civic occasions, as well as at events held by the town's schools, clubs and other community and charitable (दानशील) organisations.

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