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The office of Kamrup East forest division, covering areas like Sonapur, Rani, Palasbari and South Guwahati, has created a record by earning more than Rs 58 lakh as revenue for 2007-08, an Assam forest department release stated on Thursday.
The Assam Urban Water Supply and Sewerage Board has decided to reduce water charges to Rs 17 per kilolitre with immediate effect. The board has also decided to bring apartments used for residential purpose only under the domestic consumer category.
The Bar Council of India has granted permission to the Gauhati University Law College to start the five-year integrated law course from the ensuing academic year, starting September.
Bharalumukh police on Thursday found a four-year-old girl roaming alone near Athgaon flyover. She was later handed over to Childline, an organisation working for children.
Meghalaya Governor R.S. Mooshahary will address the Guwahati Management Association at the conference hall of the Assam State Museum on Saturday.
Dristidan, an NGO, will organise a seminar on health, legal rights and social justice for differently-abled persons at Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra on Tuesday.
Tapasi Gupta, 20, was found hanging in her residence at Mahendra Nagar under Fatasil Ambari police station on Thursday morning. Police suspect it to be a case of suicide.
The Central Guwahati Students Union will conduct a free coaching programme for school students at Chenikuthi LP School from Saturday.
Early Bird, an NGO, recently carried out a plantation drive at different locations, including Deshbhakta Tarun Ram Phukan ME School near Deepor Beel, Chandmari, Islampur graveyard and near Anundoram Barua flyover on GNB Road.
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