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Published on 5 Mar. 2009 12:33 AM IST
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KS alumni meet DIMAPUR: Alumni meeting of Kongjong School, Mon has been convened at the school premise on March 12 at 10 a.m. According to advisor KSAA Dr. Ngampa the meeting would deliberate on school jubilee for which alumni have been informed to contact at mobile numbers 9436600935 and 9436015058 for further details. TYAK meeting Kohima: General meeting of Thuvopisumi Youth Association Kohima has been convened on March 8 at 1 pm at the residence of Civolhu Venyo. All members of the association have been requested to attend the meeting. NBC DIMAPUR: General meeting of Nuton Bosti Council (NBC) would be held at community hall on March 7 at 8 a.m. According to secretary NBC Phukato Sema the meeting would discuss important issues for which residents of the Nuton Bosti colony have been requested to attend the meeting. KBYF prayer meet Kohima: Kohima Baptist Youth Fellowship monthly prayer meeting would be held on March 8 at 7 am at Lerie Baptist Church Kohima. All youth members of different churches in Kohima have been requested to attend the meeting. ANAGTA meet Dimapur: All Nagaland Adhoc Graduates Teachers’ Association (ANAGTA) has informed all the Adhoc Teacher who had appeared the suitability test to attend an emergency meeting on March 12 at Red Cross Complex Kohima at 10 am to discuss issues relating the regularization which the State cabinet gave its approval for 342 graduate teachers NCP, Wokha meet Dimapur: District joint meeting of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Wokha parent body office bearers and general NCP office bearers of the constituency has been convened on March 7 at 9 am at the residence of Khochamo Murry, president NCP Wokha. BCYO meet DIMAPUR: Belho Clan Youth Organization (BCYO) has convened a meeting on March 21 at Thizama. All clan members have been requested to attend the meeting. Zbto monthly meet DIMAPUR: Zunheboto monthly DPDB programme –cum- picnic has been convened on March 11. District planning officer and member secretary DPDB has requested its members to attend the programme. NPF Zbto DIMAPUR: An emergency divisional meeting of NPF Zunheboto division has been convened at the divisional office Zunheboto on March 6 at 10 a.m. All NPF divisional officials, frontal wings and respective area units have been informed to attend the meeting. Fishing, hunting banned Kohima: Meriema Village Studnets’ Union has enforced ban on fishing, hunting, burning of forests, collecting firewood/species, throwing of wastes, using of intoxication, etc under its jurisdiction. A release by the union further stated that group picnic should seek permission from the union, while non locals have been asked to register their names before entering the village. Stating that some youngsters have been violating village rules after repeated warning, the union had warned that violators would be penalized or fined. SMILE to conduct HIV, AIDS campaign Kohima: Students Mobilization Initiative for Learning through Exposure (SMILE) in collaboration with Kripa Foundation, Kekhrie Foundation, NNP+, Celestial Club would conduct campaign on HIV, AIDS in Kohima. A signature campaign and essay competition (for 18-30 years) will be held on March 14, while poster/drawing competition (18-30 years) will be on March 21. A cricket tournament open for all age groups will be followed from March 31 onwards. DMC trade, vehicle licence renewal DIMAPUR: Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) has extended time for renewal of trade licence and small vehicle including rickshaw, handicraft, bicycle and trolley registration certificate/ driving license for the current year till March 31. A press statement issued by DMC, has directed all traders and vehicle owners to renew registration within stipulated period. It informed that on expiry of stipulated period, late fine at the rate of 50 percent of license/registration fees for renewal would be imposed as per norms. Donation sought for bridge construction DIMAPUR: Denizens of the Bor Lengri, Karbi Anglong had commenced execution of long awaited bridge across the river Lengri near Durga Manids through donation and contribution received from the villagers and well wishers. According to Bor Lengri Bridge, construction committee convenor Azuto Rengma, the bridge was left unattended in spite of repeated appeals to Assam government to construct the bridge. The convenor also informed that project would cost approximately rupees 20, 00,000 lakhs, in this connection, the committee has appealed all well-wishers to contribute in cash or in kind for early completion of the bridge. The release has informed all absentee landlords of the areas to send contributions to the convenor on or before March 15. HoDs asked to submit vehicle, staff lists DIMAPUR: Deputy Commissioner Dimapur Maongwati Aier has informed that despite notifications issued to head of departments to submit lists of employees and vehicles, some departments were yet to submit the lists. DC Dimapur has informed departments to treat the matter as ‘election top priority’ and to submit complete lists of employees working under their respective establishment including list of government vehicles on or before March 9. DC also said strict action would be taken against defaulters. Meanwhile, Phek deputy commissioner and district election officer Zachive Thelie has directed officers and departments to submit list of government employees and vehicles at his office on March 6. DC Phek informed that failing to adhere with the directives; defaulters would be punished under section 134 of the representation of the people Act, 1951. Meet reviews phone service in Tuensang DIMAPUR: A meeting of district level Telecommunication coordination, Tuensang was held at deputy commissioner’s office chamber on March 3 to review the status of telephone service network in the district. After reviewing the problem highlighted by both private and BSNL service telecom providers in the district, Tuensang DC, Y. L. Jami assured to take the matter seriously and sort out the problem at the earliest. Trg on bio composting DIMAPUR: A training-cum-method demonstration on bio composting under ‘Integrated Nutrient Management’ was conducted at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kuthur seed farm, Tuensang on February 25, which was participated by 15 farmers from six SHGs of Kuthur village and Chinmelin village. According to programme coordinator, KVK, Tuensang, a simple method of composting; economically viable utilization of farm waste into nutrient rich manures was demonstrated and the participants were also imparted on importance of various use in micro nutrients and bio-fertilizers in compost preparation. The trainer cum demonstrator were Matrina Shitiri SMS (Gen & Pl. breeding) and Achuchu Khate, SMS (Horticulture).

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