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Nagaland Governor visits NEZCC

Nagaland Governor Nikhil Kumar along with NEZCC Director Hekali Zhimomi visiting the NEZCC complex, Thursday. (NP)
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, OCT 22 (NPN):
Published on 23 Oct. 2009 12:32 AM IST
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Recently appointed governor of Nagaland, Nikhil Kumar who is also the ex-office chairman North East Zonal Cultural Centre (NEZCC) visited the NEZCC complex in Dimapur on Thursday where a small cultural programme was organized for him. The governor appreciated the works carried out by the Director of NEZCC, Hekali Zhimomi and staff. He also informed that a meeting of NEZCC members’ states will be held likely in the first week of December at Guwahati and called upon the members to co-operate with NEZCC for future programme. Earlier, director NEZCC, Hekali Zhimomi welcomed the governor for visiting the centre and also elaborated the main activities and aims of the centre. She also expressed appreciation to His Excellency for taking time to visit the centre soon after taking charge of the centre, and further hoped to forge ahead in propagating and preserving the rich cultural heritage of the region under his “able guidance”.It may be mentioned that the North East Zone Cultural Centre at Dimapur was inaugurated by late Rajiv Gandhi on October 6, 1987, for the promotion and preservation of art & culture of the region and its assimilation with the cultural mainstream. The centre was established with the aim of retaining, developing and innovating the rich complex and colorful cultures of the region. Over the years, the centre had made tremendous achievements in fulfilling its aims and objectives. Through its activities, the NEZCC had created a meaningful interaction among the people of the region and also with the rest of the country and such interaction had resulted in mutual respect for the different cultures and fostered a spirit of friendship among the people.

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