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A new dawn and a new page!

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  2 Jan 2018 12:00 AM GMT

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Jan 1: With the people of Assam having seen their first part draft NRC on January 1, 2018, many of them felt it as the dawn of a new day – breaking a new ground in life in the form of NRC.

The coincidence of the New Year and the draft NRC publication has sent a mixed message for people in the State. While some are enthusiasts right from the point of getting their mes figured in the draft NRC, some are worried for their mes not being seen in the part draft. Even as the administration and those associated with NRC update work keep on assuaging them that NRC update is a long-drawn-out process and there will be ample opportunities for every Indian to get his/her me enrolled in NRC, the assurance has failed to erase the sense of disturbance from many of them.

For many every New Year Day is like turning over a new leaf, so also this January 1, 2018. On New Year Day family men, as often as not, opt to start their day with a visit to a temple or a place of worship to pray for wellbeing, and then move to places for merrymaking and amusement like zoos, parks, planetarium, exhibitions and the like. People were seen thronging city temples like Bashishta Temple, Kamakhya, Lankeswar, Latasil Ganesh Mandir, Ganeshguri Ganesh Mandir, bagraha, Ugratara Mandir, Shukreswar Temple, Balaji Mandir, Hamun Mandir at Lachit gar, Gita Mandir etc, the zoo, planetarium, Srimanta Shakardeva Kalakshetra and a number parks in the city, especially along the riverside, and various picnic spots. However, even as they were seemed to be too busy visiting temples and parks, many of them did not failed to take time out of their busy schedule to visit NRC seva kendras to see their mes in the first part NRC draft or not for it matters much when they view things down to earth.

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