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Published on 30 Jan. 2009 12:55 AM IST
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TPO elects new team Correspondent Kohima: Tenyimi People Organization (TPO) handing and taking of charge –cum- inaugural service of new team of office bearers for the tenure 2009-2014 was held at conference hall at 11 am here today. TPO elected Z. M. Sekhose as president post for second consecutive term. The president thanked search committee and the TPO for reposing faith on the new team. He assured that new team would put all its effort for bigger stride to fulfill the aspiration of Tenyimi and also to work in the spirit of Nagas and its motto ‘Non Violence’. He also thanked the outgoing office bearers for their selfless sacrifices and contribution rendered towards the service of the organization and Tenyimi. Speaking on behalf of outgoing office bearers, outgoing vice president C.Daipao thanked Tenyimi People Organization for giving them opportunity to serve the organization and Tenyimi. At the occasion, Tenyimi People Organization president Z. M. Sekhose also handed over commendation certificates to all outgoing office bearers. Autorikshaw recovered DIMAPUR: Police Thursday recovered an autorikshaw bearing registration number NL07F- 2455, engine number AEMBNE53560 at 7th mile, NH-39. Police has informed rightful owner to appear before Diphupar police station with original documents of vehicle and claim the vehicle. (Staff Reporter) Programme on enhancement of edn DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Government College Teachers’ Association (ANGCTA) would be organising a programme on ‘symposium on enhancement of higher education in the state’ on February 3, 9 a.m at Kohima Science College, Jotsoma. The inaugural programme would be graced by minister for higher and technical education and urban planning Dr. Shürhozelie as chief guest. Resource persons for the programme include commissioner and secretary, higher and technical education, F.P Solo, director, higher and technical education A.M Toshi, general secretary AIFUCTO Asok Barman, president of education society of Nagaland Dr. Niu Whiso Kuotsu and Geoffrey Yaden, editor Nagaland Post. TTBC conducts exposure trip TUENSANG: Christian Education Department Tuensang Town Baptist Church (TTBC) conducted an exposure trip-cum -educational tour to Siliguri and Darjeeling from January 12 to19. Pastor Joseph Rai, Rev. Joshua Pradhau and Rev. Emos were the resource persons at the tour. Over 26 members led by N. Sipong participated at the trip. Meanwhile, the team has extended gratitude to Rev. Walling, Siliguri, for providing all necessary arrangements. Church workers retreat DIMAPUR: Chakhesang Baptist Church Dimapur would be conducting workers retreat on January 31 at Gurkha Miaaion Centre, Singrijan. Speakers for the service would be Nagaland Missionary associate pastor Neiwete Chürha and general secretary, council of Naga Baptist Churches Rev. V.K Nuh.. All church workers if Chakhesang Baptist Dimapur have ben informed to reach the venue by 7: 30 a.m. Fathers’ fellowship DIMAPUR: Northern Angami Christian Revival Church fathers’ fellowship will be held from February 6 to 8 at Zhadima Christian Revival Church. Speakers for the fellowship would be IAS chief secretary Lalhuma, Mission & Evangelism secretary NCRC Rev. Imcha Yanger, NE mission director NCRC Rev. Neivotso Neikha and executive secretary ACRCC Rev. Dr. D.L. Sanchu. All members of various fathers’ fellowship of Northern Angami area have been invited to attend the service. Village chairmen meet DIMAPUR: An emergency meeting of Peren district village chairman union has been convened on January 31, 10 a.m at Jalukie town hall. All village chairmen under Peren district have been requested to attend the meeting. TSUD meet DIMAPUR: Presidential meeting of Tenyimi Students’ Union Dimapur (TSUD) has been convened on January 31, 11 am at its Union office. All unit presidents and representatives have been requested to attend the meeting. MC new chairman DIMAPUR: Consequent on resignation of Quivi Sema, GB, Midland, Dimapur, owing to old age and on health ground, Midland council executive committee had recommended Khehuto Zhimomi, for appointment as GB of the colony on January 22. The appointment for which was approved by deputy commissioner, Dimapur. Midland council, Dimapur, secretary, K. Pucho, in a press release has also informed residents to contact the new GB for their further information. ASHA training DIMAPUR: The 3rd phase of ASHA training for first batch would begin from February 4 at the conference hall of Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at 9 am. Kimnei, media officer, IEC bureau, Dimapur, in a press release has requested ASHAs under Niuland and Kuhuboto blocks to contact the medical officers at their respective PHCs for further details and information. Meluri ACCC grateful to NPCC DIMAPUR: The 20th Meluri Assembly Constituency Congress Committee (ACCC) has expressed gratitude to NPCC president and colleagues for inducting Neiko Akami, an advocate, as co-convenor in NPCC legal cell. A party release said such induction of qualified and professional lawyer in the service of party like Congress would “boast” to play more effective role of responsible opposition, adding it was a privilege for the party workers of 20 A/C Meluri in particular, which would strengthen party position in the future. “The Congress party workers welcome such decision and pledge to extend all support to NPCC,” the release added. Research cell-cum-library in Kohima open for public DIMAPUR: Department of parliamentary affairs, government of Nagaland has opened a research cell-cum-library located in the State Library Building at P.R. Hill, Kohima. The Library would remain open on all working days except Saturdays, Sundays and all general holidays. According to an official bulletin, two books at a time will be issued on loan basis for a period of 15 days, renewable before expiry of the due dates. The prescribed membership form would be available at the library or at department of parliamentary affairs. The library would be open from 11 a.m to 4 p.m and from 11 a.m to 5 p.m during winter and summer respectively. Azo exhorts RSU golden jubilee DIMAPUR: Minister for health and family welfare Kuzholuzo Nienu called upon students and youths to respect village elders and leaders. He was speaking at the 14th Runguzumi Student’s Union session –cum-golden jubilee on January 15. Stressing on the theme ‘reawakening’, the minister said reconciliation was the most important aspect of the celebration and for which he asked the villagers to reconcile with God and fellow human beings. Padma Shree M. Vero Ex-MP, Shri Pusazo Luruo vice-president NPF Nagaland and Sovenyi General Secretary NPF Nagaland and a host of other dignitaries graced the session.

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