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Since 1st March, 1999
HUB, the shopping mall on GS Road at Bhangagarh which was totally charred on April 30, resumed its business partially by opening its retail outlets Eastrends and Daily Bazar on the basement-parking floor. Mukesh Sharma, the manager of HUB, said the mall would soon be back in full business.
Army recovered a five kg improvised explosive device from near the Kamrup College at Baihata Chariali on Friday. The bomb was buried on the road side. In another incident, troops apprehended Ulfa militant, Pankaj Choudhury from Elamgidal area from Nalbari.
A pedestrian, identified as Isahaque Ali, 35, died on the spot after he was knocked down by an unidentified vehicle at Basistha on Thursday night. The victim was from Dhubri district.
The election for the new officer-bearers of Gauhati University’s Post-Graduate Students’ Union will be held in June.
The 10th convocation of IIT Guwahati was held on Friday. C. Karthik of the mechanical engineering department was given the President of India Gold Medal while Protik Kotkar of electronic and communication engineering department got the Shankar Dayal Sharma Gold Medal for all-round performance.
The Guwahati Medicine Dealers’ Association will organise a free health check-up camp on SC Goswami Path at Pan Bazar on Saturday.
A meeting of the Guwahati Mahanagar Samity of Nationalist Congress Party at Sidhinath Sarma Bhavan on June 1. It will discuss on the mayoral poll in GMC.
The Guwahati Senior Citizens’ Association has demanded the introduction of an effective public communication system.
The fifth special annual session of Kamrup Sahitya Sabha will be inaugurated at the Guwahati Refinery residential quarter no 2 playground at Noonmati on Saturday.
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