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Nagaland

Zonal Children’s Parliament of RAISE-NE begins

Kohima, October 30: A three-day Zonal Children's Parliament of Regional Action on Inclusive Education-North East (RAISE-NE) is being attended by 15 partner schools with 5 SSA schools of Nagaland at State Academy Hall here. RAISE-NE is a five year plot project initiated to compliment the program of SSA on inclusive education to improve the quality of education for children with disabilities in government and government-aided private schools, with its objective to form model schools in th3 selected government schools and aim to set an example which can be replicated and...
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NSA organizes panel discussion on ethnic conflicts in Manipur

Dimapur, October 30: The Naga Scholars' Association (NSA) organized a panel discussion on 'Ethnic conflicts in Manipur: Issues and challenges' on October 26 at the School of International Studies (SIS), JNU, New Delhi. The panellists were Dr Tuisem Ngakang and Dr Khole Timothy Poumai. According to a NSA release, both the panelists focused on the Naga-Kuki conflict, particularly on the genesis of the conflict, nature of the conflict, and the major incidents. They traced the genesis of the conflict to the 19th century when the Kukis migrated to the Naga...
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WAPO on Naga Club-NSF controversy

Dimapur, October 30: The Western Angami Public Organization (WAPO) today said that the Naga Club-NSF controversy should be understood and responded to correctly to prevent needless damage to the health of young Naga family. The WAPO agreed to the widespread disappointment amongst the public that the matter of celebration of Naga Club's formation has become a wounding controversy. In a statement, WAPO president, Lhouphrevilie Rino and general secretary, Keviphotsü Khwuükha the difference that have surfaced are not surprising given the context of accelerating crises in which the struggling society's leaders...
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NPF Dimapur consultative meet held

Dimapur, October 30: A consultative meeting of the NPF Dimapur Division today unanimously resolved to strengthen the five assembly constituencies with Moatoshi Longkumar leading from the front as MLA in charge of the NPF Dimapur Division. The meeting resolved to firmly uphold and support the leadership of party president Dr Shurhozelie Leizietsu and Leader of Opposition TR Zeliang. It also resolved to set up minority wing in all the five assembly constituencies under Dimapur Division. The meeting also resolved to open primary membership drive at various levels for all like...
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