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I’m one of them. and his colleagues did an autopsy on the ape in 2001, including HIV and Ebola, she said. after these parties backed out,things changed Hence the question of sticking to the demand of deferring the election does not arise If the election takes place peacefully will your outfit support any party We haven’t taken any such decision because whichever party comes to power will have to take an oath under the Constitution So the question of supporting or opposing any political party does not arise What are your demands All six groups formed a common working committee for the purpose of the peace talks We had a basic preamble agreement with the Government of India on 17 November 2017 Based on that we drafted the agenda Itis premature to disclose the content or the road-map But the content of the framework agreement signed between the NSCN(IM) and the Government of India is not known to anyone Are your demands different from those of the NSCN(IM) That’s between theNSCN(IM) and the Government of India That’s their internal matter and we have no say in it But since we lead a people’s movement it’s different for us Any demand we place must be arrived at after consultation with the people Is there any chance of confusion between the demands of the NSCN(IM) and the six other groups Things are very clear now The stand of the Government of India and the negotiating party of the NSCN(IM) ruled out thepossibility of sovereignty and Naga unification Can’t confusion arise with regard to other demands The question of confusion does not arise If the demand is good for the Naga there won’t be any problem or confusion So the six groups have also decided not to talk about the issues of sovereignty and unification of the Naga The question of unification does not arise because the movement is for all Naga Our aspirations cannot be done away with at any cost But we will also have to see the reality Based on that we have to do whatever is possible and ensure that it is good for the Naga people Do you now feel the demand for Naga sovereignty was not justified The question of sovereignty can be interpreted in many ways But in the case of the Naga we have a history and we have rights That is the reality The Nagaland governmenthas long been claiming complete right on the state’s crude oil reserves under autonomy granted to it by the Constitution But the Centre has not ceded this Is a claim on the state’s natural resources part of the draft you submitted to the Centre We are yet to start all of that But yes as you’ve rightly mentioned the constitutional provision has been given to the state government We are yet to discuss that NSCN(U) was formed to unite the warring groups of NSCN(IM) and NSCN(K) However later it became a party to the factional wars. The intent was to bring the Naga together We started this process honestly — as any sensible person would in our situation — and for unity and peace Then things went wrong But we can’t blame one another now We have to move ahead with a positive approach The peace process is on Cross River State Governor Professor Ben Ayade has been adjudged as the best performing governor in the area of Agriculture by BusinessDay Newspaper The Newspaper said the award was in recognition of “Ayade’s revolutionary strides in Agriculture” A statement issued by Ayade’s Chief Press Secretary Christian Ita and sent DAILY POST recounts the revolutionary strides of the governor in the area of Agriculture in Cross River State The statement reads “Only recently President Muhammadu Buhari was in Calabar the Cross River state capital to commission Africa’s first and only Rice seeds and Seedling Factory The factory is one of professor Ayade’s signature agricultural projects “At the commissioning President Buhari commended the governor for keying into the economic diversification policy of his administration by investing heavily in agriculture describing him as a reference point in agricultural revolution “Professor Ayade who has often spoken of his determination to decouple Cross River State from over-dependence on oil-driven federal allocation through diversification of the state’s economy is also building an ultramodern rice mill in Ogoja a 30000 per anum cocoa processing plant in Ikom “He has also established a cotton farm in Woda Yala Banana Plantation in Odukpani Work has also commenced on the Calabar ultra modern poultry farm and yellow maize farm in Obubra among others” The Business Day award which will be conferred on the governor on Thursday July 19 2018 at the Transcorp Hilton Abuja is the latest in a string of awards that have been conferred on Ayade in recognition of his achievements since assuming office three years ago He had previously won the Vanguard Newspaper Governor of The Year Award Authority Newspaper Governor of The Year Award Tell Magazine Man of The Year Award and The Most Labour Friendly Governor Award from the organised Labour The governor reflected Wednesday with the Herald editorial board on his first legislative session and the initial 100-plus days of his term which started in the waning period of the Dakota Access Pipeline protestsOf the protests themselves Burgum said he was "grateful every day" that the dissolution of the pipeline resistance camps had ended in a relative peace"I’m not sure the average citizen of North Dakota understands how close we were to a Ruby Ridge a Kent State a Wounded Knee" Burgum said "That was not just a crisis for Morton County it could have been a blemish on the state"The anti-pipeline protests at the confluence of the Missouri and Cannonball rivers just north of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation was a turbulent start for a new governor though Burgum marks its close as an early success In reflecting on his time in office thus far he pointed to the overlap of major developments in the protest—such as the clean-up of "over 21 million pounds of debris" from the evacuated camps—and the conclusion of his first legislative session last weekHe said handling the final hours of the months-long protest was a "big focus of our office but simultaneously we had . hired new cabinet heads put together virtually a whole new governor’s staff and were hitting it hard with how we were working with the Legislature" to formulate a path to reduced government spending while maintaining strategic prioritiesThe state government would go on to reduce its overall general fund spending by about $17 billion over the upcoming 2017-19 biennium a decrease Burgum cited as a "monumental task" to bring to lightOf that sum about $2717 million in general fund spending was reduced from two-year higher education budgets across the North Dakota University System Burgum campaigned with a promise to go beyond governing to reinvent government itself promoting a more streamlined efficient form of administration That philosophy carries over into his view of higher education which he described to the editorial board as in the midst of a national phase of transition which he characterized as "sort of bumpy""What’s driving that the root cause is not North Dakota’s financial situation" Burgum said citing statistics which indicate high levels of per capita state investment in higher education Rather he said the rate of progress in communications technology has increased the ability to transmit information and gain an education outside the bounds of campus lecture halls "Knowledge transfer can occur anytime any place any location" he said "We have to understand that that is going to cannibalize some of what universities have done in the past"Though research capabilities and specialized programs are less likely to be disrupted in the near future Burgum said online access to a wide range of coursework calls into question the value of a more traditional campus-based collegiate experienceThe governor said that value will vary among the 11 institutions of the NDUS though he said the underlying "business model" which underpins the system as a whole is under threat He didn’t show any favor for eliminating NDUS schools but said economic forces and ease of access to online education would likely prompt some hard thought "in terms of delivery points"Burgum said defending any specific physical location for a state institution that could be largely replaced with a digital platform amounts to a sort of state-subsidized jobs program Though he said he understands why state legislators fight to maintain government employers—such as institutions of higher education—in their districts Burgum said the practice "doesn’t make sense" on a larger scale"Is our job to deliver the highest quality education at the lowest price or is our job to create jobs in communities" he asked "Voters may choose to sub-optimize may choose to pay higher taxes . but those are not political forces the things I’m talking about aren’t Republican or Democrat This is—economics and technology are driving change and does our Constitution and our culture allow us to change rapidly and well or does it keep us hold us back from taking advantage of that It’s going to be a balance""That’s a welcome opportunity for us,"This will be a great addition.

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