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House gutted in Noklak : One house was completely razed to ground in a fire which broke out at Noklak town on January 27, while two nearby houses were partially damaged in the fire. A DIPR report said one house belonging to Pongom was completely destroyed in the inferno. The cause of the fire was not known and the value of property could not be assessed till the time of filing this report. The fire was brought under control mainly with the help of the 23 Assam Rifle of Noklak Town.

NASA Niuland grateful: Niuland Area Sports Association and public of Niuland area have expressed gratitude to P Vizheto village for sponsoring the NASA team in 7th Sumi Games and Sports Association tournament. The NASA also acknowledged those who have contribute financially and further conveyed best wishes to the newly elected president of SGSA.

NASTEC to organise workshop: Nagaland Science and Technology Council (NASTEC), in collaboration with the Department of PHE, has decided to organise a one day workshop with various stakeholders in the state to highlight on the usage of the groundwater prospect map. The workshop would be held at the conference hall PHED, New Capital Complex, on January 30 at 10 a.m.

Asukiqa GB condoles: Asukiqa village GB has condoled the demise of late Pululo Kiba, retired SIS and ex-pastor Asukiqa church, on January 27 after prolonged illness. The GB, V Hetoi Swu, in a condolence, note stated that late Kiba was a humble, dedicated and upright person who shared his joy in contributing service to the common people especially Asukiqa Baptist Church and village. He was the founder of the church and village. Stating that late Kiba’s service would be fondly remembered, he has conveyed condolence to the bereaved family.

ANHTU appeals DoSE: All Nagaland Hindi Teachers Union (ANHTU) has urged the Department of School Education for immediate release of the pending salaries and past arrears of the 1379 Hindi teachers appointed under the CSS (2012-2013). Its general secretary, AS Yarthotngam, in a release, stated that the teachers were facing untold hardship following non release of pending salaries. The union further appealed the department to look into the matter and fulfill the demand of the aggrieved Hindi teachers at the earliest.

Suitability test for MO/technicians: Principal Director of Health and Family Welfare, Dr. G Kemp, has informed that suitability test for regularization of contract service in respect of 19 medical officers and two X-Ray technicians would be held on February 3 and 4 in the Directorate conference hall. He said on February 3, written test would be held from 10 to 11 a.m. while the interview would be held on February 4 starting 11 a.m. onwards.

Ghami: Ghami church construction members will hold a meeting at on February 7 at 9 a.m. at Sukhalu village to discuss matters relating to the church construction. All the construction members are requested to attend the meeting.

CRC: Chunchamloung Rongmei Colony (CRC) has convened a general meeting at Lahorijan Rongmei Colony on February 7 at 10 a.m. All the concerned citizens and plot holders residing outside the colony are requested to attend the meeting.

WHKAA: Western Huker Kiuru Ariah Ako (WHKAA) has convened a general meeting on January 31 at 9 a.m, in the the residence of its union treasurer at Loyir village. All WHKAA members are requested to attend the meeting.

RALH: Ralan Area Lotha Hoho (RALH) has convened an annual general meeting on January 31 at 10 a.m. at Ralan old village. All the chairmen, GBs, elders and members residing in different places are requested to attend the meeting.

Ketoukhrie Peli No 11: Ketoukhrie Peli No. 11 of T-Khel Kohima village has convened a general meeting on February 15 at 1 p.m. in the residence of Neimelie. All the members of Peli No. 11 are requested to attend the meeting.

DMTA: President of Dimapur Manipur Teachers’ Association (DMTA) has informed all its members and Manipur teachers working in Dimapur to attend a meeting on February 1 at 1 PM, opposite Sema Baptist Church, Purana Bazar, Dimapur.

PSC: Phom Laivangh Pangthai (Phom Students’ Conference) has convened a joint emergency meeting with all the Village Education Chairmen (VEC) under Longleng district at its Head office on February 10 at 10: AM sharp. PSC president Hongkam D Ngonyen and the general secretary A Mane Phom said the meeting would discuss important matters relating to Government Primary and Middle Schools of all the villages under Longleng district. All the concerned members are asked to attend the meeting without fail.