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Job fair in Kohima: People Channel and Placement Cell of KROS College have announced to organize 1st Job Fair at KROS College, Leirie, Kohima, on April 22 from 10 a.m. onwards. People Channel would be the sole recruiter for Vistara Airlines, Jet Airways, Marriot Hotels, UB Group Hospitality and Panchshil Properties. The recruitment would begin with a common presentation which would be followed by interview for the shortlisted candidates. Peace Channel has informed all interested candidates to contact its Placement Cell on phone no. 8014525834 and 9615771900 for more information.

RD informs: Review of Rural Development (RD) programmes and sensitization would be held on April 23 and 24 at RD Conference Hall, Kohima, for all project directors, BDOs, APCs and BAPOs. RD Director, Metsubo Jamir, has informed all concerned officials to report to the venue on April 23 at 10:30 a.m. positively.
NPF Senapati awareness program: A one-day political awareness program organized by NPF Senapati district in collaboration with 48 A/C Mao and 49 A/C Tadubi would be held at Tadubi Town Hall on April 28 at 11 a.m. According to NPF Senapati district, MLAs from Manipur and NPF executives along with other dignitaries would be speaking at the programme. In this regard, all NPF workers, well wishers, supporters and village leaders are requested to attend the programme.

LYO clarifies: Lhisemia Khel Youth Organization (LYO) has clarified that one Vilazo Roland Chiesotsu, who was arrested for bike lifting, was neither related to Vithanyü Chiesotsu nor was a member of L Khel community as was published in the local dailies on April 17. LYO president, Kethosituo Mepfhüo and the general secretary, Thepfuvizo Vizo, have testified that the said culprit is the son of late Robin (a Manipuri) and Mezhülhoubeiü. LYO has warned the culprit not to tarnish the image of the L Khel community and also appealed to the law enforcing agency to award him severe punishment for committing such despicable offence.

Two houses gutted in Tanhai: Two houses were razed to ashes in Tanhai village on April 17 midnight suspected to have ignited from electric circuit in one of the kitchens. The two houses were completely damaged in the fire before the Fire Services from Mon town reached Tanhai village because of the distance. Though there was no report of loss of lives, nothing could be saved.

YGOA: Yimchunger Gazetted Officer’s Association (YGOA) has convened a meeting on April 23 at EBRC Hall, Shamator town, at 10 a.m. The Association president, Murelim Yim, has informed all the legislators, gazetted officers from Yimchunger community, Yimchunger Tribal Council, Yimchunger Akheru Arihako, Yimchunger Women Organization, Yimchunger GBs’ Union, Western Yimchunger Hoho, Pungro Area Public Forum, all village council chairmen and head GBs under Shamator Sub division to attend the meeting positively.

SBPU: Sumi Baptist Pastors’ Union (SBPU) has convened a meeting with office bearers and jubilee planning board on April 21 at 10 a.m. at Sumi Baptist Church, Kohima. All members are requested to attend the meeting without fail.

SVCD: Senjum Village Council Dimapur (SVCD) has convened an emergency general meeting on April 21 at 4:30 p.m. at council hall. All citizens of Senjum village are requested to attend the meeting without fail.