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ENSF cultural festival
Correspondent MON, DEC 9 (NPN):
Published on 10 Dec. 2010 12:34 AM IST
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Two-day long ENSF cultural festival concluded Thursday at Mon town local ground, with fashion show and crowning of Miss ENSF 2010. The event began December 8 with cultural exchange program, from 6 tribes of ENSF including Chang, Konyak, Yimchunger, Khiamungan, Sangtam and Phom, and Thai- Ahoms, as the main highlight of the day.
The chief guest of the inaugural program, Tingnei Konyak, ex-MLA and former president Konyak Union while appreciating ENSF for developmental activities within the eastern region of Nagaland advised younger generation to stand united and work for development and progress of the region. He also highlighted the days when the region was under Naga Hills Tuensang Area (NHTA).
Theppen Phom, executive member of Phom Peoples’ Council (PPC) and advisor Phom Students’ Council (PSC) in his exhortation lamented that the roads of the region were in “pathetic” conditions, and lacked proper inner state road connection. He said the problem could be resolved only if the six tribes of the eastern Nagas were united firmly. Meanwhile, Nine bands from the eastern Nagaland took part in the beat contest held on December 8 with Re-evolution of USSC as the winner, and Myraid of USSC and Inyushong of Phom Students’ Conference were adjudged as the second and third place winners respectively.

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