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Published on 12 Apr. 2009 12:05 AM IST
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GBs condemn murder attempt DIMAPUR: Nihokhu Area GB’s Union has condemned the ‘attempted murder’ of Ihuto Awomi, Hozukhe village, by four IRB jawans at Naga United Village. Condemning the incident, the Chairman of the union, K. Heyito Achumi, stated that assaulting an innocent civilian without any valid reason was an inhuman act. The union further urged the authority concerned to initiate action against the culprits and deliver justice to the victims’ family. PGSU (L) fetes Prof N.S Jamir MOKOKCHUG: Post Graduate Students’ Union, Lumami has congratulated Prof N.S Jamir, HoD of Botany department, Nagaland University on receiving the prestigious Dr. J.W Harshberger Medal, 2008 during the National Conference on Recent Trends of Bio-Diversity Researches held on March 16-18 at Assam University, Silchar. Lauding Prof N.S Jamir for over 30 years of his teaching with dedication, Union said his award as “pure blessing” to the students of Nagaland University. DC W’kha inform polling parties DIMAPUR: Deputy Commissioner, Wokha, has informed polling parties of 40 Bhandari A/C to move from their respective polling stations on April 14. According to a press communiqué issued by the DC, the remaining polling parties for 37 Tiyu, 38 Wokha and 39 Sanis assembly constituencies would be moving to their respective polling stations on April 15 and informed all appointed presiding officers, first, second and third polling officers to arrive Wokha on April 13 and 15 for collecting polling materials and other related election papers. The communiqué also added that failing to turn up for the election duty, defaulters would be initiated with actions as per provisions given in the representation of People Act’1951 and election manual for which other complaints would not be entertained. ACC 46 Mon clarifies news item DIMAPUR: Assembly Congress Committee under 46 Mon town A/C has clarified to a news item that appeared in a local daily on April 10. Clarifying the news item, ACC 46 Mon town A/C general secretary, Wangshok Konyak, in a press release stated that there were no such name ‘C. Mankai’ as cover candidate to CLP leader, N. Chingwang, in the last election, nor was the chief Angh of Che, Aching, was in the party fold. The clarification also stated that an ‘Angh’ would never be a member of any political party under Konyak customs, a new development in T. Chingkho village after seven of NPF supporters resigned and joined the Congress. HBI alumnae fellowship DIMAPUR: Friends of Hindustan Bible Institute and college (HBI, Chennai) would be organizing first get together fellowship on April 20, 3pm at Indegenous Cultural Society (center) Nagaland, 2nd floor Jakhalu building, city tower junction. All Nagaland based HBI alumnae have been requested to attend the programme and to contact 98620005666, 9862185349, 9436825019 or e-mail at HVC meet DIMAPUR: First ever citizenship meeting of Huker Village Council has been convened on April 25 at Huker village. Chairman of the Huker Village Council M. Chikum, has directed all denizens of the village to attend the meeting failing which action would be taken against the absentees. Benreului Baudi DIMAPUR: The first executive meeting of 7th Executive Council of Benreuliu Baudi has been convened on April 24 at 2 pm at the residence of its Treasurer, Irangpeung Nsa, Ngwalwa village. All the executive members have been requested to hold discussions in their respective units and to attend the meet with agendas for discussions. ASU conference DIMAPUR: State chief minister, Neiphiu Rio, would grace the 23rd Angami Students’ Union (ASU) general conference as chief guest on April 18 at 9 am at Mezoma village. All Mezoma Welfare Forum (MWF) members have been informed to attend the function. Apology sought from ex minister DIMAPUR: Liangmai Naga Council (LNC) has sought apology from ex-Minister Z. Mangaibou, for delivering an ‘insulting speech’ on March 8 at Tamei H.Q. LNC has set the deadline on or before April 16 to apologise before all Liamgmai and LNC, Manipur. A press release issued by Secretary, Information and Publicity LNC Manipur T.H Kaisibou stated that the LNC would no longer cooperate with the ex-Minister if he failed to apologise.

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