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A 15-year-old domestic help, Ranjeeta Basumatary, who was allegedly abducted by Amrit Raja from Itanagar on Friday, was rescued from a house at Birubari on Saturday. er employer, P. Koya, had lodged an FIR with Arunachal Pradesh police, accusing Raja of abducting her. Raja has been apprehended and will be handed over to Arunachal police.
Cotton College is organising the 28th Manik Chandra Barua national inter-college and university debate at KBR auditorium on Monday.
Police said Ulfa rebel Dhan Kalita alias Joon, who was arrested from Amingaon on Friday, was involved in two explosions in the city last year.
The Environmental Research and Evaluation Centre, a city-based NGO, has designed an environment friendly dustbin.
Congress MLA from Dispur constituency Akon Bora was felicitated by his supporters at Chandrapur on Saturday for his recent induction into the Tarun Gogoi ministry as the social welfare minister.
Four persons were injured when a trekker collided with a truck at Dhirenpara on Saturday. The injured have been admitted to hospital.
The New Delhi-based Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti organised a capacity building workshop on
panchayat at Ulubari on Saturday.
The state unit of the National Students Union of India organised a youth awareness campaign at Tarun Ram Phookan Park in Bharalumukh on Saturday.
Pandu College celebrated its foundation day recently.
The revenue department evicted illegal encroachers from the precincts of the social welfare departments office in Beltola on Saturday.
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