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Ferry service halts

A rising water level of the Brahmaputra has forced the authority in Guwahati to suspend ferry services on the mighty river.       Talking to Assamtimes, official sources said that the ferry service from Kachari ghat to North Guwahati would be opened only after receding of the waterlevel.        The Kamrup(metro) district has deployed a few ASTC buses to North Guwahati to clear the rush.

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