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Jalukbari police arrested seven members of a gang of auto thieves from different places of the city and recovered a stolen motorcycle from them on Wednesday.
To create awareness among the physicians about the advancements in the pharmacological and implantable device therapies in cardiology, a programme called the Northeast Heart Rhythm Summit will be held at Hotel Grand Starline on March 1. Over 150 physicians will participate in the summit.
The Guwahati Mahanagar Unnayan Samity has decided to launch various programmes to mobilise public opinion on Dispur’s move to install faulty digital meters.
Chief minister Tarun Gogoi will formally launch block-level Aryabhatta science centres in the state at a function to be held in Rabindra Bhawan to mark National Science Day on Thursday.
Residents of greater Dhirenpara have demanded the opening of a branch of the State Bank of India at Fatasil Ambari-Gorchuk Road for the convenience of the public, particularly senior citizens and women.
N.M. Borah, director (operation) of Oil India Limited, has commissioned a Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) instrument to the department of chemistry of Gauhati University on Tuesday. OIL has donated the instrument to the university.
The first biennial conference of Assam Gramin Vikas Bank Officers’ Association will be held at Shilpgram at Panjabari on Saturday and Sunday.
Police arrested Md Abul Hussain from Shantipur on charges of his involvement in drug-and-rob cases in trains. The accused has drugged around 40 train passengers over a span of six years.
Police arrested two snatchers from Bharalumukh on Wednesday. They were identified as Manab Jyoti Sarma and Kanak Sarma of Kamakhya.
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