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Dibrugarh traders to observe bandh today

By STAFF correspondent

DIBRUGARH, Nov 7 � All business establishments in the districts of Dibrugarh and Tinsukia will remain closed tomorrow from dawn to dusk as mark of respect to the departed soul of music maestro Dr Bhupen Hazarika. This was announced today by Eastern Assam Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Condoling the demise of Dr Hazarika, president of Eastern Assam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Bhudeb Phukan in a statement said that the business community would pay their respect to the legend by keeping their shops shut and holding a condolence meet in the evening at Marwaripatty Chariali.

The Dergaon Chamber of Commerce and Industry too has called bandh of all business establsihments in the town tomorrow from 12 noon to 5pm as a mark of respect to the departed soil. The organisation also called upon all the members of the business community to light at least 10 candles as a mark of respect to the departed soul.

The Dibrugarh University will also hold a condolence meet tomorrow at 10 am at its administrative building to pay respect to the much loved music maestro of Assam.

Dr KK Deka, Vice Chancellor of Dibrugarh University, told this newspaper that the university would remain closed after the condolence assembly tomorrow.

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Dibrugarh traders to observe bandh today

DIBRUGARH, Nov 7 � All business establishments in the districts of Dibrugarh and Tinsukia will remain closed tomorrow from dawn to dusk as mark of respect to the departed soul of music maestro Dr Bhupen Hazarika. This was announced today by Eastern Assam Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Condoling the demise of Dr Hazarika, president of Eastern Assam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Bhudeb Phukan in a statement said that the business community would pay their respect to the legend by keeping their shops shut and holding a condolence meet in the evening at Marwaripatty Chariali.

The Dergaon Chamber of Commerce and Industry too has called bandh of all business establsihments in the town tomorrow from 12 noon to 5pm as a mark of respect to the departed soil. The organisation also called upon all the members of the business community to light at least 10 candles as a mark of respect to the departed soul.

The Dibrugarh University will also hold a condolence meet tomorrow at 10 am at its administrative building to pay respect to the much loved music maestro of Assam.

Dr KK Deka, Vice Chancellor of Dibrugarh University, told this newspaper that the university would remain closed after the condolence assembly tomorrow.