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Members of UTNA lauching poster campaign outside the CMO office in Dimapur

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Were we trained to remain jobless, UTNA asks Govt

Questions creation of only 17 posts of staff nurse in 26 years

Dimapur, July 2: The Unemployed Trained Nurses Association (UTNA) Thursday undertook poster campaigns across the State to register protest against the State Government for non fulfilment of their demands.

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NSNA warns Govt from acting against striking nurses 

Dimapur, July 2: Asserting that it is demanding justice as per the provision of the existing 1988 Service Rules, the Nagaland Staff Nurse Association (NSNA) has warned that in the event the State Government resorts to adopting tough line against striking nurses at the behest of the Department, the association would be compelled to prolong its agitation.

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National and International News

Hema Malini injured in road accident, 2-yr-old child killed

Jaipur, July 2: Actress and BJP MP Hema Malini was tonight injured in a road accident involving her Mercedes car and a Maruti Alto car in which one child occupant of the other vehicle was killed, officials said.

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UNESCO Chief warns about jihadist 'culture cleansing'

LONDON, JULY 2: The head of the UN cultural organisation today called for a campaign against the "culture cleansing" being carried out by Islamic State jihadists.

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SVC to probe anomaly in selection of students' for technical courses

Dimapur, July 2: Following pressure from the All Nagaland College Students' Union (ANCSU), the Government of Nagaland has asked the State Vigilance Commission (SVC) to probe the irregularity and anomalies in the Technical Education Department in the conduct and selection of students' for various technical courses with special reference from 2010 onwards.

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TNAI appeals NSNA to call off stir

Dimapur, July 2: The Trained Nurses' Association of India (TNAI), Nagaland State Branch, has appealed to the Nagaland Staff Nurses Association (NSNA) to call off their agitation keeping in mind the ethics of the Nursing profession and in particular for the welfare of the community.

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Vikheho seeks EPC relaxation for NE states

Dimapur, July 2: Nagaland R&B Minister, Vikheho Swu has proposed that the system of Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) Mode under the mission of National Highway & Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL) under the Union Ministry of Road Transport & Highway be relaxed for the Northeaster states till proper training are imparted to the officers of the Department to switch over to this mode.

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Catholic Church appeals to SAPO, Mao Council

Dimapur, July 2: The Catholic Church in Manipur and Nagaland has made an earnest appeal for dialogue and peaceful solution to the standoff between the Southern Angami Public Organization (SAPO) and the Mao Council over their land dispute.

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Assam-Nagaland border case, SC takes note of adjournment plea

New Delhi, July 2: The Supreme Court on Thursday took a strong note to the submission seeking adjournment of hearing in a 27-year-old lawsuit filed by Assam in its decades-long border dispute with Nagaland.

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EE (Elect) informs

Dimapur, July 2: Executive Engineer, Dimapur Electrical Division has informed that due to maintenance works being carried out in 11kv feeder on July 4, power supply to feeders at Airport, Purana Bazaar and Civil Hospital will be under shut down from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.

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Entertainment  

'English Schindler' Nicholas Winton dies at 106

Nicholas Winton, a Briton who saved hundreds of Jewish children in Prague from the Nazis in the run-up to World War II, has died at the age of 106, his family said on Wednesday.

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Homeless widower, 51, wins hearts of millions with his amazing piano skills footage swept the internet

Had it been any other day a weathered homeless man from Florida may have been simply overlooked. However after public pianos were installed in downtown Sarasota, Donald Gould, 51, became a star of the street as soon as he touched the keys.

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Alobo Naga: BreakFree Tour 2015

Alobo Naga is back on the road again, Touring for BreakFree Tour 2015 Mumbai , visiting schools in Mumbai, doing more than 35 shows, sharing his music & testimony,  from June 28th  till 11th July with Livejam.

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