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CITY BRIEFS

Mishap death

Drishti Marak, 40, who was injured in a mishap on MG Road in Fancy Bazar on Sunday evening, died at the GMCH on Monday. Marak and two others were seriously injured when a city bus knocked down the two-wheeler he was riding.

GU security

Security arrangement was intensified on Gauhati University campus on Monday for the election of office-bearers of the Post Graduate Students’ Union, scheduled for Tuesday.

Demand

The Kamakhya Debuttar Board has demanded night patrolling by police in and around Kamakhya temple to prevent incidents of thefts and snatching.

Id prayer

The Bure Jama Masjid said on Monday that Id prayers would be performed at 8.45am on October 2. Prayers will be performed at Pub Guwahati and Mach-khowa iddgahs at 9am and 9.30am respectively that day.

Appreciation

The North Guwahati Senior Citizens’ Association has praised the Guwahati development department for building an auditorium in memory of eminent litterateur Lakhyadhar Choudhury in North Guwahati.

Worshop

Smile, a programme of Indo-Global Social Service Society, organised a workshop on youth and climate change for college students and young professionals on Sunday.

New centre

Social welfare minister and Dispur MLA Akon Bora inaugurated recently the evening OPD facility at Sonapur primary health centre.


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