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Published on 18 Dec. 2008 11:44 PM IST
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Poultry sale banned in Mkg DIMAPUR: Deputy commissioner, Mokokchung, Bengankokba has informed all public of Mokokchung district that in view of the outbreak of Avian Influenza in Assam, the government of Nagaland has temporarily banned import of poultry and its products from the State of Assam. According to an official bulletin, all concerned departments manning check posts /Gates at the entry point have been directed to strictly ban entry of all poultry and its products to the district till further orders. DSE informs DDOs DIMAPUR: Directorate of School Education has directed all DDOs to submit serial number, name of pensioner, pension cases not initiated by DDOs and DSE, pension cases pending with AG due to objection and pension cases pending with AG without objection on or before January 12 for smooth disposal of pension cases in the department as directed by P&AR department. CRBC convention KOHIMA: Council of Rengma Baptist Churches (CRBC), youth convention would be held December 19 and 20 under the theme “Choose life” hosted by Phenshunyu Baptist Church. The resource person from abroad during the convention are Rev Peter, Rev. John, Dr. Sandra and Mrs. Robyn. The organizing committee has invited all the youth under Rengma Baptist Youth Endeavour (RBYF) to attend the convention. ZBC golden jubilee KOHIMA: Zapami Baptist Church (ZBC) under Phek district would celebrate golden jubilee from December 27 to 28 under the theme “Proclamation his wondrous works”. The speakers for the celebration include CBCC executive secretary, Rev. Khrutsoyi Luruo; CNBC general secretary, Rev. Dr. VK Nuh and executive director Resources Center Dimapur, Rev. Dr. Coppe Mero. Meanwhile, in view of jubilee celebration a mass social work was conducted December 13 from Pfutsero to Tadubi road 12 km by filling up pot-hole and road clearance. Altogether 150 persons participated in the social work. Citizens’ meet DIMAPUR: Meluri Area Public Organisation (MAPO) has convened a citizens’ meeting on December 26. Organisation president, Rholetho and secretary, Thokhusie have requested all the citizens of Meluri irrespective of posting or settlement in any part of the state or country to attend the meeting. Further, it cautioned that action would be applied in accordance with the customary law if any person fails to comply with the order. CVC appreciates DIMAPUR: Chare Village Council (CVC) has expressed heartfelt gratitude to chief minister Nagaland Neiphiu Rio, OSD (BA) to CM Nagaland L. T. Sangtam, ex-MP Asungba Sangtam, district administration Tuensang, USBLA Yangli, VC and Lithro New Chungliyimti, VC old Chungliyimti, VC Meyulong, Tsadang Lithro, SBL Tuensang town, Ashang welfare society Tuensang, Chare Union Tuensang, Kohima, Chare Old and new town and all individuals for extending their physical and prayer support in cash and kind to the fire victims which broke out on October 9 at Chare village. DIMAPUR: Eco-tourism Management Committee, Angulie Meyase, Manager, Khonoma keeping in mind to protect and safeguard the cultural heritage and avert accidents has issued guidelines for trekkers and nature lovers intending to visit western Dzüku and picnickers to Khonoma jurisdiction. According to the release, certain minimum fees would be collected and guidelines would be given to visitors for better understanding of the places they are visiting. “Violation of various customary laws and rules laid down by the Village will be penalized as per the resolutions of the village authority”, Meyase added. Also, trekkers and picnickers intending to visit areas under Khonoma jurisdiction have been requested to obtain and avail the necessary information from the authority in charge to make their trip a memorable and peaceful one. Those seeking information have been asked to contact Angulie Meyase, Manager at 9436071046, email- or Medozevi Punyü, Secretary at 9436800265. BSI releases Thadou Kuki Bible DIMAPUR: Bible Society of India (BSI), Dimapur Auxiliary December 12 released Thadou Kuki Bible at Thadou Baptist Association Mission (TBAM), Centre Motbung, Manipur by BSI general secretary, Dr. B.K.Pramanik. BSI auxiliary secretary, Rev. Dr. Z. K. Rochill in a release said Thadou Kuki Bible was the thinnest Bible among the tribal dialect Bible. Altogether 2000 copies were sold on the day of release, the statement said. TBAM executive secretary, Th. Kipgen has expressed appreciation to Dr. B. K. Pramanik and BSI, HQ Bangalore for providing God’s Word in Thadou Kuki dialect. ABC quasqui centennial from Dec 20 DIMAPUR: MLA & Advisor NBDA, Temjen Jamir; deputy commissioner Mokokchung, Bendangkokba and IGP Nagaland, J. Bendang would exhort the congregation during the Commemoration of Asangma Baptist Church (ABC) Quasqui Centennial at Asangma Baptist Church on December 20 and 21. According to an official bulletin, Rev. O Alem, Rev. I Lanu Jamir and S. Bendang will be the main speakers of the programme. The function will be marked by release of souvenir, Bible recitation, presentation of special numbers, felicitations, exhortation and mass prayers. Many delegates from different Churches under ABAM are expected to attend the programme. DTE, FNR laud NSCN/GPRN Lotha region DIMAPUR: Dimapur Tsüngiki Ekhüng (DTE) and Rev. Shihoto, member, Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR), has appreciated UT-I and the Lotha Region, NSCN/GPRN, for releasing Zuchobemo Kikon, son of Late Lichio Kikon, of Tsüngiki village, from their custody unharmed. DTE and FNR in an appreciation note said they undertake the opportunity to congregate and encourage the NSCN/GPRN for the positive steps it has undertook and at the same time wished them for a fruitful talk at Chingmai, Thailand for peace, unity, integrity and prosperity over the Naga soil. GSU condemns assault DIMAPUR: Ghokimi Students Union (GSU) has condemned alleged physical assault/harassment on TSU president, Tohovi Achumi and his brother Kaviho Achumi on December 12 allegedly by jawans of ‘C’ and ‘E’ Coy, 12 IRB, near Detention Centre, Half Nagarjan, Dimapur. Condemning the incident, the union in a press release appealed the authorities concerned to take action against those responsible for harassing and assaulting innocent public. Industries & commerce deptt declares result DIMAPUR: Directorate of Industries and Commerce, Nagaland has selected Imnatizuk, T. Achiba, Rokuosavi, Limasunep, Meguo Seyie, Hubito Sumi and Zhoduhu Rakho to undergo 6 (six) months advance training in fine cane and bamboo handicrafts and its allied technology at Bamboo and cane development institute, Agartala commencing from January 1. The successfully candidates are directed to collect their movement order from the undersigned before proceeding on or before January.

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