Revival of Nagaland Pulp and Paper in India by Nagaland government to be inaugurated Sept. 29; the mill, a JV of Hindustan Paper and Nagaland government, was indefinitely shut down due to income losses

KOHIMA, India , September 25, 2013 () – Union Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in-charge of Northeast states Praful Patel would be arriving Nagaland on, September 29 to Nagaland. According to a release issued by Nagaland State unit NCP General Secretary Miathou Krose said Patel would be in Nagaland for the inaugural programme of the revival of Tuli Paper Mill under Mokokchung district. On the day of his arrival, Patel would also be holding a meeting with state NCP leaders at Chumukedima, near Dimapur. After the meeting he will proceed Tuli for the inaugural programme of the Nagaland Pulp and Paper Company Ltd. popularly known as Tuli Paper Mill, which was established in 1971. NPPC, a Joint Venture between Hindustan Paper Corporation Ltd (HPC) and Government of Nagaland was established in 1971, primarily to exploit the abundant bamboo resources in the state of Nagaland and for regional development. The main objective of the company is to promote, establish, execute and run industries, projects or enterprises for manufacturing, selling and to export of pulp, paper, newsprint and various products from pulp and paper. Tuli Paper Mill was closed down due to loss in income and now it was under revival by the Central Government. UNI AS SRC1212 NNNN Published by HT Syndication with permission from United News of India. For any query with respect to this article or any other content requirement, please contact Editor at htsyndication@hindustantimes.com

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