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Published on 17 Jan. 2009 12:49 AM IST
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Traffic regulation for FC visit DIMAPUR: In view of the forthcoming visit of 13th Finance Commission on January 19 and 20, the following traffic regulation would remain in force in and around PHQ point, Kohima and the road leading up to hotel Japfü, in the interest of public safety and convenience as per power conferred under Section 115 of MV ACT 1988 and Government Notification No. TPT/MV-8/98 dated 28/10/01, SP Kohima in a notification has laid traffic regulations. 1. No local taxi parking will be allowed in the above mentioned areas. 2. Southern Angami bound sumo taxis will be allowed in the area only for dropping passengers. They will then proceed for Lerie CRPF Camp for parking 3. Science College Jotsoma bound taxis will also be allowed in the area only for dropping passengers. They will then proceed to Chaü area for parking 4. General instructions for 19th & 20th Jan'2009: - i. The entire PHQ Police Point should not be used for any parking of unauthorized vehicle. ii. The stretch leading to Fire Services Office shall also be cleared of all stationary vehicles. 5 injured in separate road mishap Staff Reporter DIMAPUR: At least five persons were injured in separate road accidents in Dimapur Friday, police said. One Salim (25), a resident of Super Market sustained a fracture on his right hand when an auto rickshaw, in which he was traveling, collided with another auto rickshaw near district transport office, 3rd mile at around 7 a.m. The victim was admitted to civil hospital. In another incident, one person identified as Inahato Sumi (23), an auto rickshaw driver, and two other passengers, identified as Hekhali Yepthomi Treat (38) and Hekato Sumi received minor injuries, when their auto rickshaw (NL-01T-4658) collided with an incoming auto rickshaw (NL-07F-3315) at two and half mile at around 11:20 a.m. According to police injured were admitted to Zion Hospital for medical treatment. Meanwhile, in the third incident, a nine-year-old, Satakul, a resident of Burma camp received head injury when he was hit by an auto NL-01F-1503, while he was crossing the road at Burma camp area at around 5:30 p.m. The injured who was admitted to civil hospital was later discharged after providing first aid, police said. 47th WRSU conference held KOHIMA: The 47th general conference of the Wozhuro Range Students' Union was held on December 27 on the theme "together towards reformation". Dr. Mhabemo Ovung, MD, Zion Hospital Dimapur graced the programme as chief guest, while Thungjamo Tsanglao, principal, Grace School Wokha, the theme speaker. Mhonbemo Ngullie, former ANCSU speaker, Chumbemo Lotha, NSF deputy speaker, and Yanpothung Shiteri, public and information secretary, KSU, exhorted the students. Stating this in a press release, WRSU expressed gratitude to chief guest and theme speaker for their financial aid towards the union fund. The union also thanked Zanbemo Lotha, special secretary Home, Wopenshio Lotha, DC Wokha, Pisamo Ovung, Alow Khuvung, Zajamo, Gravity Store Kohima, unit president of Phiro, Sankitan students and all individuals for their financial, material and physical support during the conference. Advocate on Record appointed DIMAPUR: State government has appointed Advocate Enatoli Sema as Advocate on Record for the State of Nagaland before the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India. SUAT meeting DIMAPUR: An emergency meeting of Students' Union Asukhuto Town (SUAT) has been convened on January 18, 1 pm to discuss matters pertaining to its forthcoming silver jubilee at the residence of Ghunato N. Shohe at 3rd mile Thilixu alosa near NCRC Church. The union has informed all former president and members to attend the meeting. AST session at Longkhim DIMAPUR: The third general session of Akheda Sangtamarü Thsingmüjang (AST) would be held February 6 at Longhkim town. AST in a release said secretary home department and DUDA, T C Sangtam would grace the opening session as chief guest. All office bearers, executive committee members, advisory board members, unit presidents and general secretaries of AST unit have been requested to arrive early to attend meeting at 4 p.m. on February 5. Further, it has invited Longkhim GBs and DBs, 10 delegates from each AST unit, wives f Sangtam gazatted officers and Sangtam women officers to the session. LBA to celebrate silver jubilee DIMAPUR: Lingmai Baptist Aruang (LBA) would celebrate silver jubilee from January 27 to 29 at Tening town on the theme "Celebrate God's Faithfulness" with SEED director, ministries Ltd. Rev. Allan Chan and ASW director, Rev .G. Khing as speakers while jubilee monolith would be unveiled by Rev. Allan Chan. The jubilee concert would be graced by state minister for planning and coordination, T.R. Zeliang and MLA Tamei AC, Awangbou as chief guest and guest of honour respectively. Meanwhile, cultural programme would be graced by MP, Mani Charenamai and MLA Tening AC, Tarie Zeliang as chief guest and guest of honour. Other highlights of the celebration would include ICI central choir, Churachanpur as jubilee choir and host of choirs from neighbouring associations. Planning committee chairman has invited all church members, well-wishers and invitees to attend the celebration. DDGBA grateful DIMAPUR: Dimapur District GBs Association (DDGBA) on behalf of Dimapur citizens has expressed gratitude to Dimapur Gas agency for their initiative to deliver LPG at homes. However, DDGBA has requested the gas agency to extend date for consumers to submit pass port and relevant documents as consumers had to wait for hours to fill a single cylinder. PPKK destroys expired products DIMAPUR: To check whether shopkeepers still sell expired goods under its jurisdiction, Pughuboto Phughu Kiphimi Kughakulu (PPKK) conducted surprise checking at various shops in Pughuboto town on January 3. At the surprise checking union found expired goods like biscuits, orange juice, tea leaves, sweets etc. Union later destroyed the expired food items. PPKK has warned all shopkeepers and consumers to be aware of the date of manufactured goods and also to check retail prices of goods. Union president Hukato Sheqi further informed that surprise checking would be conducted very often. Meanwhile, PPKK has conveyed its best wishes to all candidates of HSLC, HSSLC and degree for their respective examination to be held from next month. ARSU conference held DIMAPUR: Atoizu Range Students' Union (ARSU) 36th biennial general conference was held from January 5 to 8 under the theme 'effervescence' at Khrimto village with H. K Khulu, commissioner Nagaland as chief guest and Er. Picto, engineer, PWD (R&B), Peren as guest of honor. ARSU also conducted various activities of games and sports, cultural and literary competition during the occasion. Meanwhile, the union has extended gratitude to all the speakers, chief guest in various sessions and all individual who have contributed towards the success of the conference. SSU felicitates DIMAPUR: Shotomi Students' Union (SSU) has felicitated its member, Annika K. Yethomi on being elected as the president of Zunheboto Range students' union in the recently concluded ZRSU conference and wished him success in his assigned responsibility and endeavour. RASU elects DIMAPUR: Ralan Area Students' Union (RASU) has elected its new team of office bearers with Merithung Ovung as president (re-elected), Mhalo Patton, vice president and Enibemo Patton as Asst. general secretary. According to RASU election commissioner, Rentsamo Kikon, the handing over of files will be held on January 18 at 1 pm at the residence of its F/assembly secretary, Thebemo Ovung at Lotha Colony Dimapur. RASU outgoing office bearers have been requested to bring their respective files and the newly elected office bearers to submit two passports.

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