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Guwahati
Dispur sits on short circuit
Excessive use of air conditioners, heaters, computers and other electrical equipment without increasing the power load capacity has turned government buildings in the city into tinder boxes awaiting a spark. ...  | Read.. 
 
40 universities make beeline for education fest
The city has become a happy hunting ground for educational institutions from outside the state. ...  | Read.. 
 
Robbery slur on medical student
The Gauhati Medical College Hospital (GMCH) today directed one of its post-graduate students to appear before police in ...  | Read.. 
 
Kabilan harps on shifting
Chief secretary S. Kabilan today held a meeting with senior officials to discuss follow-up action to be taken in the wak ...  | Read.. 
 
Balcony crash after mishap
The balcony of Kumar Bhaskar Natya Mandir, one of the favourite auditoria for theatre persons, came crashing down after ...  | Read.. 
 
Science lessons through paintings
The Regional Science Centre (RSC), Khanapara, will celebrate National Technology Day by organising drawing competitions ...  | Read.. 
 
Cotton cell adds to media course seats
More aspirants will be able to join the mass communication and journalism course of the entrepreneurship development cel ...  | Read.. 
 
Students back at Maharishi
Students of Maharishi Vidya Mandir returned to their classes today when the school reopened after three days, but the ai ...  | Read.. 
 
OIL helps build zoo approach road
Public-private partnership became a reality in the state forest department today, with the state zoo providing a success ...  | Read.. 
 
Kajol Saikia, ex-secretary of Cotton College debating club, gives tips to students at a workshop on Monday. Picture by Eastern Projections
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