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News bulletin on March 10, 2020- NagalandExpress

Dimapur, March 10 (NE): News bulletin from various sources and press releases by NagalandExpress on March 10, 2020 are as follows:

1. “Statewide Interactive Smart Board for Smart Class Room” launched today.

The Department of Technical Education, Nagaland, launched the statewide Interactive board for Smart classroom today, March 10, 2020, under the theme “Empowering through Digital Technology” at Government Polytechnic College, Kohima.

Prof. Anil D. Sajasrabudhe (Chairman All India Council for Technical Education, AICTE, New Delhi) launched the smart board in the presence of Minister for HE&TE and Tribal Affairs GoN, Shri Temjen Imna Along.

2. Lecture on Wildlife protection

Jalukie Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (N) organised a lecture on ‘Wild Life Protection’ at Govt Middle School, DC colony, Peren Town on Mar 9, 2020, to spread awareness on the need to focus on conservation of flora and fauna in the region. The lecture also emphasised on deforestation, leading to degradation of natural habitat of wild animals resulting in extinction of many species. Poaching and hunting of wild animals which also led to imbalance in the ecosystem and disturbance in the food chain was also discussed. Total 79 students along with teaching staff attended the lecture.

3. IG of Assam Riffles (North) inaugurates Skill Development Centre

Phek Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of Headquarter, Inspector General, Assam Rifles (North) inaugurated a Skill Development Centre for General Duty Assistant Course at Phek district in collaboration with National Skill Development Centre, under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana. The objective is to provide opportunities to local youth on General Duty Assistant. The Battalion also constructed a market Shed and handed it over to residents of Phor village to facilitate them with a designated spot to sell their local produces.

4. One dead in a hit-and- run case at Kohima today

One student reportedly from Kohima College who hails from Lazami village was hit by a vehicle and died on the spot at Kohima on March Ten. Sources said that he was hit by an unknown driver who left the scene without stopping and hit another car in the process. The student was on the way back home after visiting one of his friends, when he was hit by a bolero pick up near Naga Bazar Colony Baptist Church, as per the sources.

No further informations were available here until the time of filing this report.

5. Progressive Motors Wokha informs

The Progressive Motors, Wokha presents Maruti mega Exchange and Loan mela in partnership with SBI, Axis bank, ICICI and Bank of Baroda, Wokha.

A notification received here from Progressive Motors Wokha, co- proprietor, Shri E Chanthungo Humtsoe, on March Ten said: “Now you can avail exchange offers, if you have a Maruti vehicle with manufacture year not exceeding 8years and get yourself a brand new Maruti.” – unquote.

“In addition, first ever Maruti service camp, with free service for brand new maruti vehicles having their first 3 free inspections pending and also paid services such as regular maintenance like engine oil changes. All these is presented as Maruti showroom and service centre is opening soon at Niropen Colony, Wokha.” – unquote.

6. Nagaland CM Neiphiu Rio greets Zeliang community

CM Rio greets the Zeliang community of Nagaland on the occasion of Milei Nyi festival. May it be celebrated in spirit of love and respect for each other and foster peace and goodwill among all sections of the people, he added.

7. Nagaland joins the celebration of Holi

Nagaland joins the Holi celebration along with the nation today. Nagaland Governor, Chief Minister along with others greeted the people on the occasion of Holi.

The Government offices were closed as it is a national holiday today and many business houses were seen closed owing to the festival in different places of Nagaland.

According to a report received here, this year, lots of people have restricted themselves to play colors with their respective family members within their houses, owing to the scare of Covid19.