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IGNOU extends dateline: IGNOU has informed its students that the last date for submission of application forms for all programmes offered under common prospectus (masters, bachelors, diploma & certificate programmes) has been extended to December 31 with late fee Rs 300. It informed that the student handbook and prospectus could be obtained from study centres or from IGNOU Regional Centre, Kohima. Interested candidates are asked to send their filled in application forms to IGNOU Regional Centre, Kohima.

BJP Tsg informs mandal members: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Tuensang unit, has informed all mandal presidents (BJP) and its enrolled members under Tuensang district to submit the first phase membership enroll list on or before January 15, 2015.

BKD annual session: Benreului Kangbau Dimapur (BKD) has decided to hold its annual session on December 20 at 10 a.m. at the residence of Paukwerangbe Reunim Ki, Burma Camp, Dimapur. All the members of BKD have been requested to attend the programme. BKD secretary has informed that a sum of Rs 300 would impose on the member who fails to attend the session.

MSU 41st general conference: Mpaillui Student’s Union has decided to hold its 41st general conference on December 29 at 10 a.m. in Mpai village on the theme “Learn and shine” with IPS, ADGP (OPS) Lungriading Nsarangbe as the chief guest and the Youth Director ZBCK, Mitwatei Haibwang, as the guest of honour.

NPF 3-Dmu III A/C condoles: Naga People’s Front (NPF) 3-Dimapur III A/C has mourned the demise of late Minist Jigdung who died on December 17. In a press release, NPF 3-Dimapur III A/C president Vitokhu Achumi and the general secretary Graceson Keyho have described late Minist Jigdung as a dedicated party worker and a leader. It lamented that his death was a great lost not only to his family and community but for the NPF party in particular. The party has further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.   

AYF grateful: Alahuto Youth Forum (AYF) Zunheboto, while regretting the unfortunate incidents of December 9 meted to the president of Asuto Village Students’ Union and his friend by some of its colony members, has expressed gratitude to the victim, family members and the union for solving the problem amicably and forgiving those accused in good spirit.

MMC informs public: Administrator of Mokokchung Municipal Council (MMC) has informed that the Christmas Cake Race 2014 would start from 8 a.m. on December 24. In view of the race, he said no vehicle would be allowed to ply from Yongpang Market point to AOC point till the completion of the race. He has asked all vehicle owners to comply with the order. Further, he has requested all to cooperate with the traffic police for the success of the event.

KYO golden jubilee: Kidima Youth Organization (KYO) would be celebrating its golden jubilee on December 27 on the theme “ Thewe Ki vi thakie chii” with member advisory council Martin Luther Christian university & trustee centre for policy research & Northeast students, chairman NBCC peace committee, Niketu Iralu, as the main speaker. The celebration would be follow by jubilee sports meet from January 5-10 with NLA speaker Chotisüh Sazo as the chief guest on the opening ceremony and Er. Kropol Vitsu, parliamentary secretary for Art, and Culture, Printing and Stationery, as the chief guest on the closing function. All the Kidima citizens have been requested to be the part of the golden jubilee celebration.

NVC meet postponed:  Nerhema village council has informed that the proposed tradition annual general meeting on December 28 has been postponed and reschedule to January 17, 2015, as it coincided with Sunday.

SAWO condemns rape: Southern Angami Women Organization (SAWO) has condemned raped by one Simon Gowala (14), son of Kumuo Gowala of Bavban Nagar (Nepal) and resident at Jakha town, on one minor girl of four years. The organization stated the cruel act of such rape on minor shocked the organization and vehemently condemned the crime. SAWO has directed the culprit family members to leave the SAW jurisdiction within five days of this publication. SAWO appealed the concerned court not to grant bail to the accused under any condition for the end of justice to the aggrieved family.