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Gauhati HC adjourns hearing on Naga Women’s PIL

Kohima: The Kohima Bench of Guwahati High Court has ‘adjourned’ the hearing on the Women’s Reservation Bill, in Nagaland, to September 27 next.

According to sources here on Thursday, the high court ‘adjourned’ the hearing owing to some technical issues that had cropped up.

Earlier, the court had heard the writ petition about the 33 per cent reservation for women in civic bodies and had scheduled September 7 as the date for hearing.

The first hearing was held on July 15 last and the second on July 25 last.

On June 24, the bench admitted the writ petition filed by a ‘Joint Action Committee’ of the Naga Mothers’ Association (NMA). The NMA had sought the court’s action as the Nagaland State Government was not implementing Women’s Reservation Bill passed by Nagaland Legislative Assembly. (UNI)

 Tribal art centre to revive indigenous games

Aizawl: With an increasing influence of western culture on Mizo youths, the Tribal Art Centre, inaugurated at Tanhril near here on Thursday, aims to revive Mizo customs and culture, including indigenous games which are forgotten by the younger generation.

State social Welfare Minister inaugurated the centre, constructed with Rs six crore funded by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, at Tanhril, near the Mizoram University campus.

Opposition member and local MLA Lalduhoma, who also attended the inaugural function, expressed satisfaction over the state social welfare department’s performance in constructing the centre. (UNI)

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