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NH 37 blockade at Roha

NH 37 was blocked by local people, AASU and other organizations against the proposed decision of the government to move the Fishery College at Roha to Kachmari, a sub-urban area of Nagaon district. The happened today around 10:30 to 12:00 morning.

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CBI names Matang Singh

18 Apr 2015 - 9:08am | AT News

The Central Bureau of Investigation probing the ponzi scam has named Matang Sinh along with two others in the multi crore scam. 

The CBI special team dealing with the case filed its chargesheet naming the trio at the Alipore court on Friday. 

The chargesheet has names of four media companies owned by the former union minister in this connection including NETV. 

CBI arrested Sinh on February 1 before being sent to jail. 

Pamohi pulls huge crowd

23 Aug 2015 - 4:01pm | AT News

Pamohi, the name of a nondescript place far from the din and bustle Guwahati city turns into a sea of humanity.

The focal point of attraction is Bhimsankar. The tiny hillock pulls huge crowd on Sunday on the occasion of Rakhi Purnima. From men to women, from boys to girls thronged the tiny hillock and started remaining in long queue to offer puja to the Lord Shiva on the occasion of the full moon day. According to popular belief, the Lord would help His devotees get peace after the puja offerings.

Health camp for scribes concludes in GNRC hospital

 Health camp for scribes concludes in GNRC hospital on December 28, 2012
28 Dec 2012 - 7:56pm | Nava Thakuria

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Dr Aparajita Barman and Dr Amit Dolley conducted the camp where the journalists were exposed to ECG, Blood Sugar check, Blood Pressure & weight check-up. Intense consultations with the doctors were also provided in the camp, where sister Kalpana and Th Khonibala extended assistances.

Some of the attending media persons were advised for further course of treatments, who would be given concession in GNRC Hospitals, informed Mrinal Ali Hazarika, executive-PR & marketing, GNRC Hospitals.