Britain’s Prince Andrew to visit Kohima on May 1

Britain’s Prince Andrew will May 1 visit Kohima, the capital of Nagaland, to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.

Prince Andrew, Duke of York— second son and third child of Queen Elizabeth II will visit Kohima to commemorate Queen’s Diamond Jubilee (60 years) celebration. A communiqué from the nagaland chief minister’s secretariat  confirmed the visit of Prince Andrew along with five others.

The Duke of York will undertake a tour of India from Sunday April 29 to Sunday May 6.  He is scheduled to visit Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Kohima to mark the completion of 60 years of the British monarch’s accession to the throne.

“Prince Andrew will be visiting Kohima May 1. He will pay a visit to the World War II cemetery and World War II museum there,” additional chief secretary Alemtemshi Jamir told IANS.

Members of the Royal Family will tour the globe representing the Queen throughout the Diamond Jubilee year, visiting every Realm as well as undertaking visits to Commonwealth countries, Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories.

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