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PM arrives in Kohima by road

October 27, 2003 18:28 IST

Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee arrived in Kohima on Monday evening after a 75-km journey by road from Dimapur, as inclement weather grounded the IAF helicopter that was to fly him to the Nagaland capital.

Vajpayee is accompanied by three Union ministers - Dr C P Thakur, minister for development of the northeast region, Bijoya Chakraborty, minister of state for water resources and Ashok Pradhan, minister of state for communication.

The prime minister arrived at the Dimapur airport by a special IAF plane from Delhi.


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Sub: 3 cheers to pm

hey i'm frm nagaland staying at Chennai.my god!i'm surprise pm is taking such step especially for a small not seem to be included state......MY OWN ...


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