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NSF, ANCSU, DNSU office closure
Published on 23 Dec. 2008 1:25 AM IST
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Office of Naga Students' Federation (NSF) would remain closed from December 23 to January 13, 2009. The federation in a press release issued by its general secretary, Hetoi Chishi has also conveyed its seasons' greetings to all section of the Nagas. All Nagaland College Students' Union (ANCSU) in a separate release has also informed that its office would remain closed from December 23 to January 18. Meanwhile, Dimapur Naga Students' Union (DNSU) has also informed that its office would remain closed from December 23 till January 11, 2009. DNSU information and publicity secretary in a press note informed that one may approach the official in case of any untoward incident during the period. Poultry products banned in Phek DIMAPUR: Carrying out government's notification and the rapid spread of Bird flu in the neighboring state of Assam, DC Phek, Zachive Thele has banned the sale of poultry and its products in Phek with immediate effect. DC in a press notification has further directed all responsible departments, manning check post/ gates in Phek district to strictly ban the entry of poultry products till further orders. DDGBA appeals DC DIMAPUR: Dimapur District GB's Association (DDGBA) has expressed concern on the ever rising auto fares in Dimapur and has described it as exaggerated, depriving the innocent public especially during the festive season. DDGBA president, M.Y Ngullie in a press note has urged deputy commissioner to look into the matter for the general welfare of the public. New H&FW building DIMAPUR: State Health and Family Welfare (H&FW), additional director December 30, 9 a.m. would formally inaugurate the newly constructed office building for Kumlong ward sub-centre at Kumlong Ward Mokokchung. KBC informs DIMAPUR: Kuthur Baptist Church (KBC) would be organizing a felicitating programme January 4 of Rev. M. Imti pastor, who has attained 50 years of his service in the pastoral ministry. KBC secretary, P. Toji in a release said Rev. Imti joined the ministry in 1940's and has brought about "drastic changes" in field of education, social way of life and converted hundreds of "lost souls from animism to Christianity." Meanwhile, KBC has invited all the citizens of Kuthur village to attend the programme. 16th NCSC teachers’ workshop DIMAPUR: The 16th National Children's Science Congress (NCSC), Dimapur would conduct science teachers' workshop daily at Delhi Public school from December 27 to 29, morning and afternoon. According to its member secretary, media, Monica Chowdhury most experienced and dramatic demonstration over power point would be expounded by the high quality resource persons. Science teacher from Nagaland and neighboring states, districts of Jorhat, Golaghat, Numaligarh, and Diphu have been invited to utilize the opportunity. Further, it has informed that registration would begin 9 a.m. daily at DPS. SKKD 'B' new team DIMAPUR: Sumi Students' Union Diphupar 'B' has elected new office bearers for the tenure 2008 to 2010 with Puloto P.Chishi as president and Anito Y.Shohe as general secretary. CAUK settles case DIMAPUR: Chen Area Union Kohima (CAUK) after several round of talks with Vimetsei clan have settled the case of late Savi Tsüka amicably on December 20. According to a press release issued by CAUK president, N. Kamnyei, the case involved Wanyem Konyak, who, due to his rash driving hit and killed Savi on October 14. The release also stated that the case was settled in the presence of the deceased family members, Vimetsei clan members, youth organization of lower L. Khel and CAUK, wherein the family members of the deceased declared unconditional forgiveness to Wanyem. RYO annual day KOHIMA: Rutsa Youth Organization (RYO) would hold its 35th annual day December 28 at P. Khel Zieke, Kohima village. RYO in a release stated that during the programme, it would give away awards to students with highest attendance for the year 2008 and also to students who secured more than 80%. Besides that, Lt. Rheilhoulie and kevimedo Awards would be given to the highest students studying from a family and the best family with results. Further, RYO has informed all students to submit a photocopy of marsheet to the office bearers. All members belonging to Rutsa clan and well wishers have been invited to the annual day. ETEE concert postponed DIMAPUR: ETEE club has postponed the concert to be held December 22 to January 17 due to unavoidable circumstances. The club has expressed regret for the inconvenience. NPCC greets DIMAPUR: Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has extended its warmest greetings to one and all "with the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ." "In this season of 'newness' on earth, let us all reconcile with one another and let abundant joy, love and peace reign supreme all over our land," NPCC media cell conveyed in a statement Monday.

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