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Lady bank manager shot dead by miscreants

GUWAHATI: Asst Manager of SBI Dadara Branch Junu Sarma was shot dead from point blank range by two armed motor cycle borne miscreants at Agiathori under Amingaon PS in Kamrup on Tuesday evening. When the her car slowed down at Agiathori area, two man on a motorbike wearing helmets broke the window pane of the car and shot her from close range,police said.Her driver rushed her to NH Narayana hospital and later referred to GMCH where she was declared brought dead.The driver has been detained for questioning, police said adding that the cause of the attack is yet to be ascertained.

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ULFA chief freed, thanks govt

1 Jan 2011 - 3:42pm | editor

The proposed ULFA-Government peace talks seems to have crossed a major hurdle when ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa has been released after he procured bail from a local TADA court in Guwaahti. The bail formalities have been cleared by Rajkhowa's family members on Friday. Rajiv Rajkonwar popularly known as Arabinda Rajkhowa left the Guwahati Central Jail on Saturday at around 8-30 in the morning and left straightly for Tezpur where me visited his senior colleagues including publicity secretary Mithinga Daimary who accompanied him to Tezpur. Before leaving for Tezpur, Rajkhowa denied the reports of vertical split in ULFA on the question of talks with the govenrment. He said he would be divulged the next step for holding talks only after hunkering down with the general council members. He further demanded immediate release of Chitraban Hazarika and Sashadhar Chaudhury and extradition of Anup Chetia who was captured in Dhaka several years ago.

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