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UPHC Seikhazou awarded national quality assurance standard certification

Health Minister Pangnyu Phom felicitated UPHC Seikhazou for beign awarded the National Quality Assurance Standard (NQAS) certification at his office chamber, Civil Secretariat on June 30 (DIPR) Dimapur, June 30: A short programme to felicitate Urban Primary Health Centre (UPHC) Seikhazou for being awarded the National Quality Assurance Standard (NQAS) was held in the office chamber of the Minister, Health & Family Welfare at the Civil Secretariat Kohima on June 30. Speaking at the programme, Minister, H&FW, Pangnyu Phom lauded the Department for their efforts in delivering quality healthcare services...
Nagaland

Central GST Dimapur Commissionerate informs

Dimapur, June 30: The Commissioner of Goods and Services Tax, Central GST Dimapur Commissionerate has informed that in a major move towards GST taxpayers' facilitation, the Government of India has decided to provide the facility of SMS filing of NIL statement of FORM GSTR-1 and GSTR-3B. At present, taxpayers have to log into their account on the common GST portal and then file their returns every month or each quarter. The facility through SMS from registered mobiles will substantially improve ease of GST compliance for over 12 lakh taxpayers across...
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Being the Governor and the Interlocutor simultaneously: The Unraveling of Contradictions

Nagaland Governor and Interlocutor R.N. Ravi is not the most consistent when judged by the following actions. Much before he was appointed Interlocutor, Mr. Ravi almost ridiculed the Indo-Naga ‘peace talks’ as a mere ‘game’ in one of his articles published in The Hindu newspaper. However, when he got the opportunity, Interlocutor Ravi, went on to make history by signing the ‘Framework Agreement’ with the NSCN (IM), the same group he chastised in his writings. Surprisingly, Mr. Ravi lends support to this peace agreement and the other, signed with the...
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‘Odd-Even’ system extended till July 15 in Kohima

Dimapur, June 30: The Kohima district administration has extended the implementation of 'odd-even' system for movement of private vehicles under the jurisdiction of Kohima municipality, except Sundays, till July 15. In an order, DC Kohima & chairman, Regional Transport Authority, Kohima, Gregory Thejawelie, NCS said only vehicles ending with odd numbers (eg: 1, 3, 7, 9) will be allowed to ply on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, only vehicles with registration number ending with even numbers (eg: 2,4,6,8,0) shall be allowed to ply. The prohibition and...
Nagaland

Anti-Malaria Month observed in Dimapur District

Dimapur, June 30: Dimapur NVBDCP unit observed Anti-Malaria Month 2020 in the month of June under the theme 'Zero Malaria starts with me' in all the blocks under Dimapur District. Interpersonal communication in the form of focus group discussion was held in 15 selected villages. These 15 villages were selected based on the high prevalence of malaria in the past years. During the FGD, elimination strategies were discussed focusing on early diagnosis and complete treatment and regular usage of bed-nets and other self protective measures to prevent mosquito bites. The...
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Chinatown Days by Rita Chowdhury: Fractured Histories of the Chinese-Indians in the Aftermath of the 1962 War

Elika Assumi locates the novel ChinaTown Days in the present moment of India's border conflict with China and ongoing racist attacks on people from India's North East. She writes of the eerie reminder of a conflict torn Nagaland and the history that we seem doomed to repeat. Elika Assumi How do I review a book about displaced Chinese-Indians in the climate of today? I think it was a providential turn that my first go-to book as soon as the lockdown started in Nagaland, on that fateful 18th of March, 2020,...
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On closure of New Market & Hongkong Market Dimapur

Dear Madam, The total lockdown in New Market and Hong Market in Dimapur has been causing immense hardships to the businessmen in both the markets as their source of earning has been completed paralysed. While most of the shopping malls in Dimapur has opened, but it is not known why the Government is not allowing these two markets to open despite various appeals from the business community. Will the state Government bail them out from the crisis? Aditya, Dimapur...
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