Dmu-1 A/C meet
DIMAPUR: An emergency meeting of 1 Dimapur-1 A/C has been convened on March 25 at Chishi Apartment, Nepali Basti, Dimapur at 10 am in connection with parliamentary by-election. All state level office bearers, DYCC, DMCC, DCC, DMC members, frontal chief, former DTC members, Seva Dal, minority cell, NSUI, from 1 Dimapur-1 A/C, members of ACCC, AMCC, AYCC, ward presidents and secretaries have been requested to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: An awareness programme with educated unemployed, NGOs, SHGs, VDBs and expert artisan for implementation of PMERP schemes under linkage for urban rural development has been convened on March 27 at 10 am at government higher secondary school auditorium, Tuensang. All administrative heads in all the sub-divisions have been notified to attend the programme.
NPF Kiphire meet
TUENSANG: NPF Kiphire has informed all division unit (youth wing) NPF office bearers of Kiphire and assembly constituencies to attend the party campaign meeting on March 30 at Kiphire town. The party members have been requested to report to division president (youth wing) on March 29 central team tour at Kiphire on March 30.
RJD to maintain identity
DIMAPUR: Rashtriya Janata Dal 3- Dimapur III A/C has resolved to maintain the party identity and support the ‘ensuing contesting candidate’ as per high command directives and affirmed that RJD was still alive in Dimapur-III A/C. A press release issued by seasonal general secretary RJD 3 Dimapur-III A/c stated that the resolution was taken at a meeting held at the residence of S.C Hetoi, president on March 21.
Two vehicles burnt
Kohima: A Maruti van was completely got burnt while another stationary car parked on the roadside partially burnt near the trunk box factory, D Block colony here Sunday afternoon. The Maruti Van (NL 01 C 3283) driven by one Moa was proceeding towards Old MLA phoolbari when it caught fire. The driver escaped with minor injuries.
Fire tender rushed to the spot and doused the fire later. According to police, the fire was suspected to have been caused by certain faulty connection on the battery line.
GB Midland colony informs residents
DIMAPUR: All business communities, institutions, offices and other establishments from State Bank of India, Bazar branch Police point to PWD junction under Midland colony jurisdictions have been informed to use proper signboard mentioning ‘Midland colony Dimapur’. Midland colony GB Khekhuto Zhimomi has requested residents of Midland colony to maintain hygienic environment by making use of dust bins constricted for hygienic purpose by Dimapur Municipal (DMC).
KiPS carrier oriented education
DIMAPUR: Eminent IT and Management Consultant and Chairman of KiPS Institute of Technology and Management Santosh K. Thomas conducted a seminar at Patkai Christian College Dimapur. Emphasizing on the need of quality education- a primary ingredient and also a key to success in any profession, he stressed that with a booming economy and a young population, there is a tremendous need for quality education to equip this population with skills to handle assignments. KiPS provides high quality value based carrier oriented education. The courses offered by KiPS are post graduate courses like MBA, MCA, MSC Computer Science, MSc.IT, MA Journalism and Mass Communication. Under graduate programmes are offered in BBA, BSc. fashion design, BSc. IT & BSc computer science Members of KiPS can be contacted at number 9615504207 till March 25 for spot admission and carrier guidance.
FGN USR on tax coll
TUENSANG: Federal Government of Nagaland (FGN) United Sangtam Region (USR) has informed public that ‘some unauthorized person’ or individual were collecting taxes in the name of FGN USR. In this regard, public have been informed to pay tax to authorized person with whom Medan Peyu USR FGN had been assigned. According to CT STM, Medan Peyu USR FGN has said that unauthorized person SS Yanglise was not authorized to collect the taxes nor assigned to him.
NPF Pughoboto division meet held
DIMAPUR: A joint meeting of NPF Pughoboto division office bearers was held on March 20 at conference hall, Red Cross complex, Kohima. Executive members, advisors, youth wing, women wing, CEC members Suhoje Kiho, Toniho Sheqi secretary youth wing Nagaland along with NPF former candidate. Office bearers were urged to work with zeal and determination for the betterment of the party. Members present at the meeting resolved to do their best for the success of the DAN consensus candidate C.M Chang in the upcoming MP election.
NPF Peren meet
DIMAPUR: President NPF (Peren division.), Elunglung has convened an emergency meeting of all campaign committee members of NPF (Peren division) on March 24, at his residence, Jalukie Town, at 8:30 am in connection with the parliamentary election be held on April 16. He has also informs the nomination committees of both A/C’s to submit the final proposed names on March 23. Further an emergency meeting of election committees for Peren Division has been convened on March at 8:30 followed by general meeting of all N.P.F. (Peren Div.) frontal organization of 7 Peren A/C and 6 Tenning A/C at 11 am to sort out new teams of office bearers and approval of nomination committee’s proposal by the house. All frontal organization office bearers’ representative village unit office bearers and all newly joined NPF members have been requetsed to attend the meeting.
NPF 41 A/C Tizit
DIMAPUR: The NPF 41 A/C Tizit has extended welcomed to T. Aloh Wangham (former Congress MLA) and a host of Congress workers who had joined the NPF. According to NPF 41 A/C Tizit general secretary Hoangam Konyak and president P. Abo Konyak, 17 members from Congress (I) have tendered resignation and have joined NPF party.
IRCSN first aid trg conducted
DIMAPUR: Indian Red Cross Society Nagaland (IRCSN), Kohima, has conducted two day first aid training for its volunteers on March 17 and 18 at Kohima, where around 29 volunteers participated. APO, IRCSN, Lucy Merry, in a press release also stated that similar training was conducted at Bayavü Hill High School, Kohima on March 19, attended by 50 Junior Red Cross students and 16 faculty members. Resource persons for both the training were Dr. R. Zinyü, MC member, IRCSN, Kholie Dolf,, MC member, IRCSN, and APO, IRCSN, Lucy Merry.
NPF 5 Ghaspani-II A/C resolves
DIMAPUR: NPF 5 Ghaspani-II A/C has resolved to keep the party’s door open and continue to invite members from other parties in its party fold to strengthen the DAN consensus candidate C.M Chang in the forthcoming Lok Sabha election. NPF 5 Ghaspani A/C would also keep its office open on all working days and on Wednesday and Friday for village units. It also decided that for the forthcoming MP elections the two representatives units would be given independent charge of their own unit. The decisions were taken at the meeting of NPF 5 Ghaspani- II A/C party office bearers and its constituents units Nihokhu and Molvom on March 19 at the residence of former minister Rokonicha Kuotsu.
DC Mkg direct head offices
DIMAPUR: Deputy commissioner, Mokokchung, after identifying urgent need to appoint nodal officers in view of the ensuing parliamentary election on April 16, who would also liaise with him in all election related matters, especially in regard to polling and counting personnel, has directed all head offices in Mokokchung to nominate one responsible officer for the purpose at the earliest. DC, Mokokchung, C.M Tsanglao, in a press communiqué has also informed the offices to submit name and designation along with telephone or mobile number of the officers at the same time directed the officer to attend a meeting on March 26 at 2 pm at DC’s conference hall.
MIP/GPRN on recent abduction
DIMAPUR: MIP/GPRN has come down heavily on the recent abduction of ‘Sgt. Maj.’ Mazithuibou, chaplain of NP Battalion, Naga Army along with a public Kangpung from Maram Bazar, Senapati, on March 19 from the Sumo stand near old NST station, Dimapur. Stating that they were confirmed to have been taken to Khehoi camp after the abduction, the MIP/GPRN in a press release stated “This is an exasperating experience for the NSCN and the civil societies should question the rationality of this viciousness. This is also an act of cowardice, an alien culture introduced by the ‘K-group’. “Everything about the consciousness- raising on the reconciliation issue will come naught under this situation forced on the NSCN and the Nagas,” also added the release. It may be mentioned here that few days back the rival group reportedly abducted and killed one ‘Lance Corporal’ Rockyson Tangkhul of Naga Army, near Assam-Nagaland border.
Executive member clarifies
DIMAPUR: Executive member, united north block Nyamo Lotha has clarified that the designation which appeared under the news item “North block condemns theft” was inadvertently placed. He said the designation should read as Executive member, united north block Nyamo Lotha and not as published.
WSBAK seminar, prayer conference ends
DIMAPUR: WSBAK concluded its ‘women leader’s seminar’ starting March 5 to 7 under the theme,” leadership: Today and Tomorrow”. Eighty five women leaders from various churches attended the seminar. The WSBAK also conducted ‘deacon’s prayer conference’ from March 12 to 14 under the theme, “The value of Deacon in the church” and GBs prayer conference from March 19 to 20 at its centre Aküvüto Thahekhu. Four hundred eighty eight deacons from 108 churches and 138 GBs attended the conference. Meanwhile, WSBAK executive secretary Rev. Vitoshe Swu and staff expressed gratitude to deacons and GBs for contributing towards HNDCA Mission and to all the individual and churches for their support and prayer for the success of the seminar and conferences.
The news item under the headline “Oinam case shelved” appeared in March 22 issue of this paper, the case was filed in the Gauhati High Court and not Supreme Court and it should be read as a former Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court intervened and stop the judges of the Gauhati High Court from writing the final judgment and not as reported. (Correspondent)
KpNP+ celebrates women’s day
DIMAPUR: In commemoration of ‘International Women’s Day’, the women’s forum of KpNP+ Kiphire observed women’s day at its office on March 7.
SW (ACTproject) KPNP+ Lithsa was the speaker. In his speech he urged the members to unanimously strive in creating better networking and advocate for the benefits of its members. He also stated that men and women are not competitors but two inseparable beings with different roles and responsibilities, and that this is the day where all past and bitter experiences of life are kept away, starting new by striving together for a peaceful and just society.
The programme was chaired by chairperson women’s forum KPNP+ Khupai, and president KPNP+ Tia. In his speech, he expressed happiness over the PWF for strengthening and supporting towards the mission and goal of KPNP+. Vote of thanks was delivered by vice president KPNP+, Roselin. Women forum leaders from all over the district attended the programme.