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Police have stepped up anti-Ulfa operations and picked up more than 50 suspected Ulfa sympathisers in the past 24 hours from different parts of the city. he operations have been intensified after receiving a tip-off from intelligence sources that a group of Ulfa militants has entered the city to carry out strikes.
The body of Nandan Baishya, a 42-year-old man, was recovered from a roadside drain in Amingaon on Saturday. An unnatural death case was registered at the Amingaon outpost.
The Academic Council of Gauhati University has approved to introduce the Bachelor of Mass Communication course for its affiliated colleges from the academic session of 2008-09 starting in July. A varsity official said it would be a three-year semester course and the syllabus was prepared keeping in view the present as well as future projected requirements of the mass media industry.
FUN Cinemas at HUB, the shopping mall, which was damaged because of fire at the mall on April 30, is expected to screen regular movies from May 30.
The Guwahati Lawyers’ Association has strongly opposed Dispur’s decision to close Station Road for the beautification and development of Nehru Park and Judges Field.
The Khadi and Village Industries Commission in association with Lions Club, Guwahati South, will organise a drawing competition on handmade paper at South Point School on May 27.
The 31st biennial conference of Gauhati Medical College and Hospital Employees’ Association will be held on the hospital premises on May 26 and 27.
The history department of Pandu College has decided to organise a two-day national workshop to discuss the status of women in colonial Assam on September 29 and 30.
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