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Media training on Forensic Science

Guwahati Press Club in association with the city based Forensic Science Laboratory has organized a media sensitization programme on various aspects of forensic science, which is essential for authentic reporting on crimes. The programme will take place on August 30 at 11 am.

A group of journalists will visit the laboratory at Kahilipara on that day, where the Joint Director Dr Padmapani will deliver a lecture on the importance of the forensic science for credible reporting for the media.
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