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Huge ADB loan for infrastructure uplift

Founds would not be a problem to uplift infrastructure sector in Assam. The Asian Development Bank on Friday granted the state a loan of $81 million to develop infrastructure in Guwahati and Dibrugarh. A tripartite agreement to this effect was signed in New Delhi by the Centre, Assam government and ADB. According to information, the money will be used to bring clean and piped water to 350,000 residents in Guwahati besides building a new treatment plant and pumping stations.

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