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KSUD welcomes fresher’s
Staff Reporter Dimapur, Sept 12 (NPN)
Published on 12 Sep. 2010 12:17 AM IST
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: Naga Council Dimapur president Savi Liegise on Saturday said Khiamniungan people were progressive and that God had been kind to the people of Khiamniungan community in preserving their identity although they were in a way divided, as some of the tribesmen were in Myanmar while others in Nagaland.
Addressing students on the occasion of the freshers’ day cum parting social of Khiamniungan Students’ Union Dimapur (KSUD) at Town Hall on Saturday, Savi Liegise said Nagas have not been able to utilize Khiamniungan people so far in the process of progress and development in Nagaland.
On “forward” and “backward” tribes, Savi said such terms were all in the mind, and added that the term “forward tribe” does not hold any water in today’s scenario.
Meanwhile, KSUD president Lusang Sumao, in his welcome address said that such occasion gives an opportunity to communicate with one another and to share each others’ knowledge.
Adding that the Khiamniungans were not timid people, he said they were bold in nature despite being a small tribe and a backward tribe in Nagaland. He further urged the fellow students to be optimistic in life.
KSUD president C. Chonta graced the occasion as the guest of honour.
Earlier the invocation was pronounced by KBC Chumukedima pastor Pungom, while Salt Christian College presented special number. Others who spoke at the programme include T. Chongliu on behalf of the outgoing students and B. Puhiu on behalf of freshers.

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