Gauhati


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Gauhati:

see GuwahatiGuwahati
or Gauhati
, city (1991 pop. 584,342), Assam state, NE India, on the Brahmaputra River. It is a railroad hub and a shipping point for tea, rice, jute, and cotton. The town has an oil refinery and is the site of Guwahati Univ. and Earle Law School.
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Gauhati

a city in NE India, in Assam on the River Brahmaputra: centre of British administration in Assam (1826--74). Pop.: 808 021 (2001)
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The sealed quotations are to be submitted along with the earnest money of 2% of total quoted value in the form of DD in favour of The Registrar, Gauhati University, in the GUIST office on all working days till the last date and time, during office hours.
In the first stage the foreigner tribunal, and later the Gauhati high court, rejected the GP certificate and termed it as a "private document".
Gauhati is in Assam state, which is home to several thousand wild Asian elephants.
2) Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Gauhati Medical College, Assam Medical Council.
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GUWAHATI -- An arrested Pakistani national has been released from the Guwahati Central Jail in India after 14 years and sent back to Pakistan after the Gauhati High Court acquitted him of the charges levelled against him.
Syed Fasihullah Hussainy was charged as Pakistani spy and kept in Gauhati Jail India since August 1999.
Nearly half a million people are living in relief camps set up across Assam state, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told journalists in Gauhati, Assam's capital.
The accident occurred near Fakiragram village in west Dhubri district, about 350 kilometers (215 miles) west of the state capital, Gauhati, and close to where the Brahmaputra River enters Bangladesh.
Heart-rending scenes were witnessed at the Gauhati University campus, close to the banks of Brahmaputra.
The bus, carrying 40 passengers from Gauhati, the capital of Assam state, to Kamrup district, plunged into the river around midnight when a wooden bridge gave way while the bus was crossing over, the agency report said.
Six people died after two blasts went off within minutes of each other on Sunday outside a police station in Nalbari, a town near the state capital, Gauhati, a local police official said.