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The body of a 35-year-old woman, identified as Momi Begum, was found hanging from a tree close to her Batahghuli residence on Sunday morning. atgaon police have registered a case o f unnatural death. The body was sent for post-mortem to Gauhati Medical College and Hospital. Preliminary investigation revealed that it was a case of suicide.
To help proper distribution of drinking water in the city, the Guwahati Municipal Corporation has started executing a scheme to install new water pipelines in several areas.
The Brihattar Pathar Quary Kalyan Samiti has demanded the introduction of Assam State Transport Corporation city buses from Narengi Forest Gate to Gauhati Medical College and Hospital via Six Mile at Khanapara.
Gauhati University has renamed its Post-Graduate Correspondence School as the Institute of Distance and Open Learning.
Scientist and former vice-chancellor of Dibrugarh University Kulendu Pathak has taken over as the new chairperson of Aarohan, a city-based children welfare trust, in memory of litterateur and filmmaker Bhabendra Nath Saikia.
Kalyan Kendra, an NGO, will celebrate the birth anniversary of litterateur and former president of Asam Sahitya Sabha Hem Barua with a daylong function at Noonmati on Tuesday.
Issues related to the ongoing construction activities, draft masterplan and future planning of the city were discussed at the annual general meeting of the Northeast chapter of the Institute of Town Planners of India in Dispur on Saturday.
Lachit Nagar and Dakshin Sarnania Unnyan Samiti has warned the government of an agitation if Dispur did not take measures to improve civic amenities.
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