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KPC observes 17th foundation day

By EMN Updated: Jan 21, 2018 12:09 am

Dimapur, Jan. 20 (EMN): The Kohima Press Club (KPC), which came into being in 2001 with an objective to promote both organizational and professional respect as well as regeneration of the press fraternity of the state capital, observed its 17th foundation day on Jan. 20 at the conference hall of Congress Bhavan in Kohima. A press release from the club’s general secretary on Sat. informed about the event .
Delivering the presidential address at the programme, KPC president Xavier Rutsa shared in brief the history of the club. He said the KPC was formed in 2001 by few members of the fourth estate and it became the oldest Press Club in the state. The KPC, which humbly began with a small number of members, has evolved into a strong body with 56 registered members from both print and electronic media today, Rutsa said. He acknowledged the pioneers of the club and all the members for rendering their active support and cooperation to the fraternity on all occasions, the press release updates.
During the programme, senior members of the club, Oken Jeet Sandham and Narain B Sagar delivered brief speeches and shared their concerns for the welfare of the club and its members. They also encouraged the members of the club to uphold journalistic ethics and execute fair reporting during the forthcoming Nagaland Assembly Election 2018.
Earlier, KPC member Rana Chetri prayed for the gathering while KPC general secretary Alice Yhoshü and treasurer Ng. Solomon Sha delivered their respective annual reports.
The programme was chaired by KPC member, Vishü Rita Krocha. Altogether, 34 members and well wishers of the club attended the programme.

By EMN Updated: Jan 21, 2018 12:09:00 am
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