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Kohima

a city in NE India, capital of Nagaland, near the Burmese border: centre of fierce fighting in World War II, when it was surrounded by the Japanese but not captured (1944). Pop.: 78 584 (2001)
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In Kohima, around 400 students participated at the day-long event organised by AICRA in association with Technoxian and St Mary's Cathedral Higher Secondary School (SMCHSS) Kohima at the school's premise.
He also further informed that the work on Nagaland portion of Dimapur bye pass sanctioned at a total cost of Rs 387 crore would be followed up closely for timely completion, while the survey for Kohima bye-pass for a total length of 36 kms at a cost of Rs.
Survey of scrub typhus was carried out at three districts of Nagaland, namely Dimapur, Kohima, and Phek in 2014.
How: You can access Mon through Jorhat in Assam and from Kohima. Hiring a cab is the best way to get around as the local buses take extremely long due to untarred roads.
From 2005 onwards, the Hornbill Festival has been celebrated for seven days at Kisama, a new village complex outside Kohima established by the Government of Nagaland.
After an arduous operation, all three bodies were recovered and sent to Naga Hospital in Kohima for post-mortem.
Dey stated that Yhome Gas Agency located in High School area would play an essential part for a place like Kohima. He stated consumers of the area would be benefited and further added consumers can transfer their connection to Yhome Gas Agency as per the convenience of the area.
Kohima Prayer When You Go Home, Tell Them Of Us And Say, For Their Tomorrow, We Gave Our Today written circa World War I by John Maxwell Edmonds (1875-1958) Malcolm H Mort Cardiff Merchant Navy Association Hon Welfare Officer
The Battle of Kohima marked the turning point in the Burma Campaign.
For three months between April and June of 1944, Allied forces were engaged in an epic struggle with the Japanese at Kohima, in India.
For example, the recollections of the Kohima battle use the British names for the battle key points.
His father heard about Mount Gilead Home, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre run by the Naga Mothers Association (NMA) in Kohima, which advocated the 12-step programme of Alcoholics Anonymous.