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Development, talks can move together: Guv

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DIMAPUR, Jan 25 � Nagaland Governor PB Acharya has observed that peace talks and development could move forward concurrently and appealed to all to come together to bring a situation for successful dialogue so that the State moves forward.

Inaugurating a one-day seminar on �Nagaland: A way forward� here on Wednesday last, the Governor said that everyone yearn and desire for a peaceful solution, and asked the people to spell out distinctively what is that �honourable solution�.

Touching on the education front, he regretted the lack of value-added education and urged upon the people to seriously ponder on the need to bring about quality education. He lauded the media for highlighting the loop-holes in the education front.

While highlighting on the huge availability of resources in Nagaland, Acharya said �Nagaland is rich but Nagas are poor.� He also appreciated the Assam Rifles for their contribution in the peace process and development aspects.

The seminar was addressed by speakers including Bano Haralu, KN Chishi, Law Secretary, Ex-Chief Secretary Alemtemshi Jamir, Chairman of Ceasefire Monitoring Cell Lt Gen NK Singh, Vice Chancellor Nagaland University and others.

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Development, talks can move together: Guv

DIMAPUR, Jan 25 � Nagaland Governor PB Acharya has observed that peace talks and development could move forward concurrently and appealed to all to come together to bring a situation for successful dialogue so that the State moves forward.

Inaugurating a one-day seminar on �Nagaland: A way forward� here on Wednesday last, the Governor said that everyone yearn and desire for a peaceful solution, and asked the people to spell out distinctively what is that �honourable solution�.

Touching on the education front, he regretted the lack of value-added education and urged upon the people to seriously ponder on the need to bring about quality education. He lauded the media for highlighting the loop-holes in the education front.

While highlighting on the huge availability of resources in Nagaland, Acharya said �Nagaland is rich but Nagas are poor.� He also appreciated the Assam Rifles for their contribution in the peace process and development aspects.

The seminar was addressed by speakers including Bano Haralu, KN Chishi, Law Secretary, Ex-Chief Secretary Alemtemshi Jamir, Chairman of Ceasefire Monitoring Cell Lt Gen NK Singh, Vice Chancellor Nagaland University and others.

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