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CITIES AND REGIONS
Since 1st March, 1999
orhat, June 20:
Gauhati High Court today dismissed a writ petition filed by the All Jorhat Public Bus Owners’ Association against the shifting of the public bus stand from the heart of the city to the newly constructed public bus terminus in Tarajan, Kotoki Pukhuri.
Altogether 375 bighas of land will be covered in five forest ranges in Cachar district under the chief minister’s Seuji Assam Achani, Satyendra Singh, divisional forest officer Cachar, said on Thursday.
A meeting of Dhubri Bar will be held on Saturday for donation of law books by the family members in memory of lawyer Tara Pada Mazumdar to the Bar library. Two judges of Gauhati High Court, B.K. Sarma and A.H. Saikia, will attend the function.
The Assam Tea Tribes Students’ Association on Friday submitted a memorandum to the Dibrugarh deputy commissioner seeking his intervention in reopening Ghograjan tea estate. The management closed down the garden on Thursday.
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