Normal life unaffected by strike in Nagaland
Kohima: Normal life remained unaffected in Nagaland on Wednesday, the first day of the two-day nation-wide strike called by central trade unions, but banking services across the state were severely affected.
While nationalised banks and insurance corporation employees joined the strike, shops and markets were open and vehicles were plying normally on the roads, official sources said.
Government and private offices were open and reported normal attendance, they said.
Schools and colleges were also open, they added.
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