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Nagaland press clubs receive grants-in-aid

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DIMAPUR, April 28 - All the three press clubs of Nagaland were given grants-in-aid by State Department of Information & Public Relations today.

Addressing a programme in his office chamber in Kohima, Parliamentary Secretary for IPR Khekaho Assumi expressed happiness that all the three press clubs in Kohima, Dimapur and Mokokchung have been given grants-in-aid.

Stressing on the importance of good relationship, he said cooperation and maintaining good rapport between the government and media fraternity is very important. He also asked the media persons to come out openly with their problems, suggestions and innovative ideas in order to build strong bonding in future.

IPR Secretary T Ao said the department has been actively pursuing cases pertaining to media fraternity like Press Accreditation Rules, Journalists� Welfare Fund and safety of journalists. IPR Additional Director Limwati Ao, who chaired the programme, gave a brief outline about the grants-in-aid.

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Nagaland press clubs receive grants-in-aid

DIMAPUR, April 28 - All the three press clubs of Nagaland were given grants-in-aid by State Department of Information & Public Relations today.

Addressing a programme in his office chamber in Kohima, Parliamentary Secretary for IPR Khekaho Assumi expressed happiness that all the three press clubs in Kohima, Dimapur and Mokokchung have been given grants-in-aid.

Stressing on the importance of good relationship, he said cooperation and maintaining good rapport between the government and media fraternity is very important. He also asked the media persons to come out openly with their problems, suggestions and innovative ideas in order to build strong bonding in future.

IPR Secretary T Ao said the department has been actively pursuing cases pertaining to media fraternity like Press Accreditation Rules, Journalists� Welfare Fund and safety of journalists. IPR Additional Director Limwati Ao, who chaired the programme, gave a brief outline about the grants-in-aid.

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