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The body of an unidentified man was found floating in a stream in Basistha on Wednesday. asistha police station has registered an unnatural death case and the body has been sent for an autopsy.
A resident of Hengerabari, Binu Pathak, 27, committed suicide in her house on Wednesday. olice have registered a case of unnatural death at Dispur police station. She was the daughter of Bhumidhar Pathak.
The PWD has set up a control room at the office of the chief engineer of PWD (roads) in Chandmari to receive information about any damage caused to PWD assets because of the floods in the state.
The Greater Rukmini Nagar Socio-Cultural Centre, an NGO, has planned to construct a modern auditorium at the housing colony playground in Rukmini Nagar.
Writer Arup Kumar Dutta conducted a workshop on creative writing, organised by Anwesha at Sarala Birla School, on Wednesday.
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific will organise a two-day international seminar on expansion of tourism for socio-economic development in India from June 25.
The Yuva Vikas Kendra is organising a lecture by retired IAS office M.P. Bezboruah on world development, challenges and Assam at Vivekanandra Kendra in Uzan Bazar on Sunday.
The Guwahati Senior Citizens Association had demanded the implementation of effective and long-term measures to solve the waterlogging problem in the city.
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness is organising a three-day workshop on the present materialistic society and spiritualism in the city from Friday.
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