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Demand for wages
The Assam Carbon Workers’ and Employees’ Union on Monday staged a demonstration in front of the office of the labour commissioner at Ulubari demanding the immediate release of their wages since November 2007.
B. Borooah College has decided to start professional courses in the college under Open and Distance Learning Programme of Gauhati University. Forms and prospectus will be issued from mid-July and the courses will commence on September 1.
The Guwahati Sabita Sabha recently organised a function to recall the contributions of Suryya Kumar Bhuyan towards the historical literature of Assam.
Property worth several lakhs of rupees were damaged when a fire broke out at a warehouse at Kalapahar on Monday.
Panbazar police arrested three car thieves from Bhangagarh on Monday. The accused have been identified as Md Asif Rahman Choudhury, Md Tariq Khan and Pramod Talukdar.
Machajyoti Club, a socio-cultural organisation, organised a free health check-up camp at Ulubari on Sunday.
The Guwahati chapter of JBF India organised a vaccination camp for both stray and pet animals.
Brihattar Dharapur Unnayan Samiti has demanded extension of city bus service between Narengi and Lankeshwar. The samiti demanded extension of the service upto Dharapur Chariali.
The Guwahati Nagarik Sanstha has alleged that a section of government officials and engineers were siphoning off funds meant for development.
Chief minister Tarun Gogoi has congratulated the team of doctors of Gauhati Medical College and Hospital led by A.K. Bhattacharyya for their success in conducting the coronary angioplasty on a defence personnel.
The death anniversary of eminent poet and litterateur Naba Kanta Barua will be observed at Rabindra Bhawan on July 14 with a daylong programme.
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