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CITY BRIEFS

Organic market

Chief minister Tarun Gogoi will lay the foundation stone of the region’s first organic food supermarket at Panjabari on Wednesday.

Agriculture minister Pramila Rani Brahma will also be present.

Book release

Former chief secretary H.N. Das will release a book by Bharat Kalita, A Mole in the Breast, based on the Bangladeshi struggle for freedom, at the Press Club on Friday.

Adoption

The airport branch of the State Bank of India recently adopted six girls from Dr B.R. Ambedkar Vidya Mandir situated at VIP Chowk. The bank will bear all expenditure of their education.

Condolence

The teachers and students of Guwahati Commerce College deeply condoled the death of noted litterateur Tafazzul Ali who passed away at his city residence on Saturday.

Meeting

A general body meeting of Guwahati branch of the Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists was held at the auditorium of the Central Nursing Home at Beltola recently.

Installation

The 31st installation ceremony of Rotary Club of Gauhati South was held at the auditorium of the Institution of Engineers, Panbazar, recently. Dilip Kumar Baruah, economist and former principal of Cotton College, was the chief guest.

Examination

The written examination for the post of lower division clerk at ESI Corporation, Northeast region, will be held at New Guwahati Adarsha High School at Railway Colony, Bamunimaidam on July 27 from 10am.

Award

The chairperson of the city unit of the People for Animals, Sangeeta Goswami, recently received the 17th International Achiever’s Award from Union minister of tribal affairs P.R. Kyndiah at a function in New Delhi.

Ganja seized

Government railway police on Tuesday seized 16kg ganja from Calcutta-bound Kamrup Express at Guwahati station. The contraband was found in an unclaimed bag in a general coach of the train.
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