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Nagaland

Power shutdown in Dimapur, Peren

Dimapur, May 11: The Department of Power has informed that there will be power shutdown of 33kV line (AP1 & AP2) to carry out the line shifting work to facilitate the road construction of four laning along NH-29 Dimapur-Kohima on May 12, May 14 & May 15. The timing of the shutdown will be from 7 am to 1 pm. Chief Engineer (D&R), Er. Khose Sale informed that the areas that will be affected by the shutdown are Lalmati area, Piphema, Pherima, Medziphema, Jharnapani, Jalukie and Peren. He requested power...
Nagaland

SRCW conducts series of workshop on violence against women

Dimapur, May 11: A workshop to address sexual harassment of women at workplace and violence against women and children with special reference to SAKHI-One Stop Centre (OSC), Women Helpline (WHL) 181 and Beti Bachao Beti Padhao was held in the Mahila Battalion Camp, Chumukedima on Friday. It was jointly organized by the 15 NAP (IR) Mahila Battalion and State Resource Centre for Women (SRCW). Joy Thusi Fithu, Deputy Commandant 15th NAP IR (2IC), while giving the introductory note, highlighted the significance of empowering the Mahila Battalion by equipping them with...
Nagaland

ANCSU seek exemption of NU staff from election duty

Dimapur, May 11: The All Nagaland College Students' Union (ANCSU) has appealed to the Chief Electoral Officer, Nagaland to exempt Nagaland University (NU) staffs from election duty during the upcoming Lok Sabha by-elections. In a letter to the CEO Nagaland, the ANCSU said the NU exam section is tirelessly working for timely declaration of end semester results and other procedural works. It said the NU exam section has very limited manpower for all the mentioned assignments and for which it may possibly affect the timely declaration of results. The ANCSU...
Nagaland

Cultural exchange programme held at Mokokchung

Dimapur, May 11: Responding to the call of the Governor of Nagaland, PB Acharya, Indian National Fellowship Centre (INFC) has taken up the task arranging Cultural Exchange Programs between students of North East States and other parts of India. Similarly, a Cultural Exchange Program was recently organized in Mokokchung from April 30 to May 7 where a team of students and research scholars from Department of Civics and Politics, University of Mumbai visited and stayed in Chungtia village for 7 days. They also participated at the recently held Moatsu festival...
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