DC Mon informs party candidates DIMAPUR: All candidates and political parties of Mon district for election to the Lok Sabha and by election to 41-Tizit AC have been informed to contact Shreekanta Kabi (Ph. 9402433064) at 3 pm-4 pm at DC office, Mon.
DC Mon, Dinesh Kumar (IAS) has informed candidates to meet / visit during the fixed time for any grievances or complaints during election process.
DIMAPUR: South Asia Institute of Advance Christian Studies (SAIACS), Bangalore, would organize a fellowship with Dr. and Mrs. Graham Houghton, former Principal of the institute on April 11 at 1.30 pm at Shalom Bible Seminary campus, Zubza, Kohima. All graduates have been requested to attend the fellowship.
1 killed in mishap
Dimapur: An unidentified man (non local) in his late 40s succumbed to injuries after a timber fell on him at railway station, police said Tuesday. According to the police, the man was killed on the spot when some labourers were unloading from a goods train on Monday night. The body of the deceased has been taken to the mortuary for identification and post mortem, police added. (Staff Reporter)
Two held with IMFL
Dimapur: Police during its routine checking at LRC colony, here at around 7:30 pm on Tuesday apprehended two persons and seized 67 cases of IMFL from their possession.
According to police the two identified as Mohan (24) and Amar Kumar Sahani (20) both residing at Lahorijan, Assam were arrested and the IMFL seized from a maruti van (NL-07-7015) they were traveling.
The vehicle and IMFL being kept under police custody while the duo booked under-44 NLTP acts forwarded to judicial custody. (Staff Reporter)
Training for women farmers at Aboi
DIMAPUR: One day training on improved method of cultivating okra and method of pest management organized by KVK Aboi was held on March 27 in Aboi.
According to an official bulletin, resource persons for the programme were SMS, KVK, Aboi Martha Chekhruno who spoke on the topic pest management in Okra while SMS, Manoj Singh Sachan explained on the topic production technology of Okra.
Thirty women farmers participated in the programme.