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The Telegraph Online   |   Published 07.08.15, 12:00 AM

Student's death

Guwahati, Aug. 6: A 21-year-old student, Sneha Das, allegedly fell to her death from the third floor of her residence at Sreebhumi Nagar late on Wednesday evening. Police said the girl, a third semester MCom student of Gauhati University, is suspected to have committed suicide.

Rebel

Guwahati: An Ulfa (I) militant, Chandra Asom, surrendered before Kamrup SP Indrani Baruah Mahanta at her office at Amingaon here on Thursday.

Welcomed

Guwahati: The state unit of the BJP on Thursday welcomed the Centre's initiative to take the process of according Scheduled Tribe status to six communities in Assam.

Memorandum

Guwahati: A delegation of Assam Chamber of Commerce on Thursday met governor P.B. Acharya and submitted a memorandum regarding the presence of unauthorised study centres of different universities set up in Assam.

Session

Guwahati: An SSB wives' welfare association, Sandiksha, on Thursday held an interactive session with the students of a school for visually impaired, Jyoti Neketan, at Satgaon.

Singer health

Guwahati: Chief minister Tarun Gogoi on Thursday said the state would bear the medical expenditure of singer Dipali Borthakur, who is undergoing treatment at Nemcare Hospital.

Seminar

Guwahati: Kalyan Ashram Assam will hold a seminar, Vision Document for Scheduled Tribes of Northeast India, at Shilpgram on Friday.

Magazine

Guwahati: Assam governor P.B. Acharya on Wednesday released a wildlife magazine, The Wild Trail Journal. The magazine is an effort of Wild Trail, a registerednon-profit organisation.



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