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SASSU condemns assault: The Singti Area Sangtam Students’ Union (SASSU) has strongly condemned the dastardly and heinous act of assault and the life attempt of Head Master Saramati High School, Kiphire, on October 16 in the school campus by one Major. Shikato of GPRN/NSCN. SASSU stated that the act has maliciously dishonest the Naga national workers and also the teachers as a whole.    Further, SASSU has strongly supported the decision of USSC into the incident.

SDEO Niuland informs: Sub Divisional Education Officer (SDEO) Niuland has informed all the CSS appointees and Hindi teachers serving in both government and private schools under SDEO Niuland to report for physical verification on October 28 at 10 a.m. along with original and photo copy documents of appointment order, education qualification and date of birth certificate, present posting order, latest extension order, regularization order at the headquarter SDEO Dimapur.

NASU to organize winter bazaar: Northern Angami Students’ Union (NASU) would be organizing winter bazaar from November 7-27 at local ground in aid of ASU biennial general conference.  Forms would be available at NASU office, C/o NAPO building, Keziekie, Kohima; Khezhie Printex, Old NST Kohima opposite to Rutsa bakery, Kohima; and NC Computer, opposite NSF office Kohima.

Liquor destroys in Kohima: Superintendent of Excise and Prohibition Office, Kohima, has destroyed 25,838 bottles of IMFL/ beer at KMC garbage dump in Meriema on October 18. The destruction was done in the presence of board members comprising of representatives from the office of Deputy Commissioner, Kohima, SP Kohima, KMC and SE Kohima. Further, Excise personnel performing MVCP duty in and around Peducha seized a total of 1,929 bottles of IMFL/beer during the period from October 13 to October 20.

NNC/PGN clarifies: Reacting to NNC (N/A) ‘lieut. col.’ Moa Yimchunger‘s clarification published on October 6 in this daily, the NNC/PGN MIP has clarified that the former has been with the group till June 27, 2014, and stated that it is now “highly questionable” where Moa is serving whether NNC (N/A) or NNC/PGN. Terming the statement issued by NNC (N/A) as “null and void”, NNC/PGN claimed that in a telephonic conversation, Moa stated that October 6 clarification was issued without his knowledge and then requested more time to be given for response. However, NNC/PGN said that so far Moa has failed to clarify on the matter.

WSKH condoles: Western Sumi Kukami Hoho (WSKH) has mourned the demise of Vihoto Yeptho, GB of H Kehoi village, who passed away on October 18. In a condolence message, Western Sumi Kukami Hoho general secretary Kuhovi V Zhimo conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed for the eternal rest of the departed soul.

Global Leadership Summit in Kohima: Union Baptist Church Kohima would be hosting “The Global leadership Summit” on October 24 and 25 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Various renowned world-class speakers would be presented via videocast as well as live worship where the participants would witness on giant screen. GLS has started 20 years ago and today it has become a global movement impacting 1, 90,000 leaders in 105 countries around the world.
 
Pentecostal annual convention: Annual centre convention and divine healing services of the Pentecostal mission, Kohima, would be held from October 23 to 26 daily at 4:30 p.m. at Mezhür Higher Secondary School, Midland, Kohima. Schedules of other meetings from Friday to Sunday included bible study at 7 a.m., devotional service at 10 a.m., tarrying for the Holy Spirit at 1:30 p.m.. 

SDEO Kohima informs Hindi teachers: Sub- Divisional Education Officer, Kohima, Rokovolhulie Nagi, has directed all the government appointed Hindi teachers in private and government schools under Kohima, Chiephobozou, Tseminyu & Pughoboto to present physically along with all the documents in original and set of Xerox copies to the office of SDEO Kohima for verification on October 27 and for centrally sponsored scheme of Hindi teachers and other Hindi teachers on October 28.

State level youth festival: The Department of Youth Resources and Sports has announced to organise the 15th State level youth festival on October 28 at 10 a.m. at Indira Gandhi Stadium, Kohima, with Kelei Zeliang, Director of Youth Resources and Sports, as the chief guest, and Neilalhoulie, Joint Director of Youth Resources and Sports, as the guest of honour.

Watchman transformation crusade: Watchman Team has announced to organise “Dimapur transformation crusade” from October 29 to November 6 at 4 p.m. In this regard, Watchman Team has appealed to all churches in Dimapur to partake in the crusade.

Students’ spiritual conference: Students’ spiritual conference on the theme “Save generation” has been scheduled from October 24-26 at Agri Expo site, 4th Mile, Dimapur, with Cross Wonder Church and Ministry president and founder pastor, Ketou Theünuo, and Baptist Mission Church Kohima pastor, Reverend Moa Longchari, as the conference speakers.

Mokokchugn bans crackers: Deputy Commissioner, Mokokchung, Sushil Kumar Patel, has issued an order banning sale and using of crackers in and around Mokokchung town. The order is to comply with immediate effect till further notice.

Aghuyito GMS golden jubilee: Alumni of Aghuyito Government Middle School have been informed that the school will be celebrating its golden jubilee on November 21. All alumni and well wishers have been requested to extend their contribution. For further information, all concerned members are asled to contact the chairman of planning committee, Vighozhe Chishi, on phone no. 9402841558 and editor Dr. Akashe Zhimomi on phone no. 9436073135.

LGOA: Lotha Gazetted Officers’ Association (LGOA) has convened a meeting on October 27 at 4 p.m. at Red Cross Hall, Kohima. All concerned members, executive and officers posted at Kohima have been requested to attend the meeting to discuss various agendas.

ENWOKU: Eastern Nagaland Women Organization Kohima Unit (ENWOKU) would be organizing a get-together cum annual meeting on the theme “Hemmed in prayer” on October 25 at 10 a.m. at State Academy Hall, Kohima. All ENWOKU officials, members and Eastern Nagaland sisters who are married to other tribes and residing in Kohima have been requested to attend the meeting.

DBC: Duncan Basti Council (DBC) has convened a general public meeting on October 25 at 9 a.m. at the community hall. All the council members and public have been requested to attend the meeting.

NPF Dmu: NPF Dimapur division has convened a meeting on October 25 at 10 a.m. in its division office. Division office bearers, president and general secretary of the division, frontals representatives from the assembly constituency lead by their respective presidents and general secretaries are asked to attend the meeting.

VKTSU: VK Town Students’ Union (VKTSU) has convened a joint meeting with ex-office bearers (tenure 2000 onwards) on October 25 at 1.30 p.m. in the residence of Khenito Zhimo, Purana Bazaar, Dimapur, to deliberate issues regarding its forthcoming 35th annual session cum get-together programme. All ex-office bearers and VKTSU executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.

CAKYO: Chakhro Angami Kuda Youth Organization (CAKYO), Dimapur, has convened a general meeting on October 25 at 10 a.m. at CAKU office. All the youth leaders under CAKU jurisdiction and youth day finance committee members have been requested to attend the meeting. Further, members who have been assigned to sell the youth day raffle draw tickets have also been informed to submit the same on the day.

KLRSS: Kyong Lower Range Students’ Union (KLRSU) has convened its assembly on October 29 at 12 noon at Kyong Hoho Ki, Dimapur. All unit presidents along with one member and former leaders have been requested to attend the assembly.

ANHTU Wokha: Wokha unit of the All Nagaland Hindi Teachers Union (ANHTU) has convened a general meeting cum election of new office for the tenure 2014-18 on November 1 at 11 a.m. at SMBH School, Wokha town. All Hindi teachers have been asked to attend the meeting cum election.

KNO: The Kyong Nchumchio Okho Dimapur has convened a general meeting on October 15 in residence of its general secretary, Yanbemo Humtsoe, House No: 72, Oriental Colony, Dimapur, at 3 p.m. sharp. The KNO advisor Er. Albert Ovung said the meeting would discuss issue on the forthcoming Tokhvu Nite. He has requested all the advisor board and members to attend the meeting without fail.
 
 
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