Tuesday, November 27, 2007
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A bomb was recovered near Asom Jatiya Vidyalaya at New Guwahati under Chandmari police station on Monday.
The police said some labourers first noticed the bomb
and the bomb disposal squad was called in to defuse it.
The general meeting of the GMC, to be held at 11am on Tuesday, is likely to be stormy, as the Opposition councillors are ready to confront mayor Doly Bora on various issues.
The Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises will tie up with the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship, Guwahati, to popularise its schemes.
Eduexcel, India, is organising a two-day National Education Conclave 2007 at South Point School in Barsapara from Tuesday in association with Tata Consultancy Services.
NIS Academy recently organised seminars on Creating Winners for Tomorrow at institutions like Dispur College and B. Borooah College.
Echo, an NGO, recently organised a psychiatric health camp at Panikhaiti in collaboration with Panikhaiti Anchalik Yuva Sangha.
A public meeting was held recently at Japorigog high school to discuss the problems faced by the residents of ward 44. East Guwahati MLA Capt. Robin Bordoloi attended the meeting.
The Noonmati Sahitya Sabha will organise a campaign to encourage offices, educational institutions and business establishments at Noonmati to make maximum use of Assamese in their activities.
Students of Krishna Kanta Handique Government Sanskrit College recently staged a demonstration against the transfer of a lecturer of their college to Cotton College and demanded his return.
The 15th Nanda Talukdar memorial debate and the eight Dipul-Pranjit memorial quiz will be held at Pandu College on December 7 and 8 respectively.
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