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Nagaland

Kikheto visits LFI Quarantine Centre

Dimapur, May 31: Agriculture Product Commissioner, Y. Kikheto Sema, IAS who is the COVID-19 overall In-charge of Dimapur District visited the Quarantine Centre at Livingstone Foundation International managed by WSH (Western Sumi Hoho) and WSBAK (Western Sumi Baptist Baptist Akukuhou Küqhakuku) Sema, while participating in the Sunday Worship Service, exhorted the returnees. He said, through COVID-19, Nagas should come together and learn to live in unity and to accept one another as a family. He is looking after 49 Quarantine Centres operational in the district with more than 2500 returnees...
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56 more test positive for COVID-19 in Assam; total count 1,272

Guwahati, May 31: Assam reported 56 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, taking the total tally in the state to 1,272, Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said. Of the fresh cases, 18 are from Lakhimpur, 12 from Barpeta, seven from Udalguri, five each from Baksa and Dhubri, three from Kamrup and two from Dhemaji. The new cases also include two people who recently returned by air. Of them, one is from Nalbari, and the details of the other person were yet to be determined. Sarma said with ramping of the testing...
Nagaland

CSUD appeals to Govt to release CM Special Package to stranded citizens

Dimapur, May 31: The Chakhesang Students' Union, Delhi (CSUD) has appealed to the Government for the release of Chief Minister Special Package at the earliest to the stranded citizens waiting for the amount to be credited in their accounts. The current status of this package is closed for fresh applications and complaints, but there are many applicants whose names, although are in the beneficiary list are yet to receive the benefits, it said. The Union also appealed to the Government to reconsider the rejected list of the applicants as the...
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Need for COVID War-Room 2.0 and SPV in eastern Nagaland

Against the backdrop of what is clearly a blunder in the decision to send-off the Chennai returnees to Tuensang without first ascertaining the results of the Covid-19 tests and putting at risk many more people of contracting the pandemic, the Nagaland government has now constituted a 3-member Judicial Inquiry Committee (JIC). According to a notification from the Home Department, the JIC would probe and report within 15-days, on the ‘deliberate violation’ of standard operating procedures (SOP) as laid out by the government. The Chief Minister and the Chief Secretary have...
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