Disability camp to be held
DIMAPUR: State Government under the aegis of the State Disabilities Cell, Health and Family Welfare Department would conduct Special Disability Camps in collaboration with the Deputy Commissioners and District Welfare Officers of the Social Welfare Department in all District headquarters through the Medical Boards constituted in all District headquarters by the Health & Family Welfare Department.
According to an official bulletin, the Special Disabilities Camps would be held on June17, 19, 24, 26 and 30 between 10 a.m to 12 noon in the respective District hospitals. The camps shall be specifically for disabilities including blindness or low vision, hearing impairment, locomotion disability and cerebral palsy. In the event of non-availability of Specialist Doctors in any of the specified categories of disabilities at any District, the Chairman of the Medical Board of the District shall requisite the services of the required Private Specialist Doctor or Government Specialist Doctor from the District or from the nearest neighboring District Hospital where such specialist doctor is available.
ANSTA Phek informs
KOHIMA: All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association (ANSTA) has directed all schools under Phek district that teachers’ day badge in Phek district would be sold only for two days on September 2 and 3 every year. The association informed that if any of the mentioned days coincide with a Sunday, then badges may be sold on September 1. During a meeting on June 12, ANSTA also elected a new team of office bearers for 2009-11 tenure with Pusetso Tünyi as president and B.S. Aswal as general secretary.
ZTC appeal to BSNL
DIMAPUR: Zunheboto Town Council (ZTC) that pertaining to the council recasting the entire town road by the end of the year has appealed to the authorities of BSNL to install the numerous telephone posts and wires at Zunheboto town in a proper manner.
The council in a release stated that several wires have been perturbing the beauty of the town and has requested the BSNL authorities to sanction amount for removal and replacement of the posts and wires.
Mass social work in Rangapahar
DIMAPUR: Rangapahar Crossing organized a mass social work on June 13 in and around the colony supervised by its council. Members of the colony cleared jungles, cleaned drains and burned down collected waste in the market place. Around hundred members participated in the social work.
Rongmei Elders’ Committee new team
DIMAPUR: Rongmei Elders’ Committee in a meeting held on April 31 at Mhainamtsi and May 21 at REC office Jalukie elected Jenggai Pamei as president and Enoch Gonmei as general secretary for the tenure 2009 to April 31, 2012.
Shop owners imposed fine
KOHIMA: Seiyhama Village Students’ Union (SVSU) in a surprise checking on June 13 imposed fine on two shop owners for defying the rules of the union and selling Tez Gutkha. The union seized four packets of the restricted Tez Gutkha, which is prohibited for sale within the local jurisdiction of Seiyhama village. The seized items were burned down at Seiyhama local ground in the presence of SVSU president Kehounei-u Thernuo, Head GB of Seiyhama and executive members of the union.
Yorubami grateful to Sazo
KOHIMA: Yorubami community has thanked parliamentary secretary, Social Welfare, Child and Women Development Chotisuh Sazo for his contributions to the people of Yorubami on the occasion of Yorubami Thanks Giving Day cum laying of reservoir tank foundation stone on June 9 at Yoruba village.
A release by the organizing committee of the programme and the Yorubami Youth Association has also thanked Sazo for donating towards the water supply project renovation at Phughi-Yoruba 2009.
NNC, FGN (NA) President informs
DIMAPUR: President of NNC, FGN (Non-Accordist), Pochury Region, Y. Lutsütu has declared to return to the fold of the Naga national movement, NNC, FGN under the leadership of Adino Phizo and Viyalie, Kedahge and also appealed to all right thinking national workers to join the organization, the genuine organization which works towards the aspirations of the Nagas.
Thipuzumi Students’ Union appeal
DIMAPUR: Thipuzumi Students’ Union (TSU) has appealed all the Naga citizens to kindly vote in favour of Zhokhoi Chuzho, contestant of Mtv roadies, battleground 2 from Nagaland by logging on to www.mtv.in.com/rbg(video category; awkward backward) and also wished Zhokhoi all success.
AZSU AMN felicitates
DIMAPUR: All Zeliangrong Students’ Union of Assam, Manipur and Nagaland, (AZSU AMN) has felicitated the successful candidates of the recently held competitive examinations such as UPSC MCS, other disciplines and the candidates of HSSLC, HSLC examinations.
The union felicitated Amstrong Pame for being selected as IAS cadre, Ringlarei Pame for winning the top ten entries in new Nissan design and technology, Sonai Golmei for securing second position in science stream in the HSSLC and R.K Dingthui and Ramraimhiamang Gonmei for securing the 11th and 18th position in the HSSLC examinations held recently.
Lady purse found
DIMAPUR: A lady purse containing some amount of money and several cash memos has been found on June 9 around 2 pm near NST road Tuensang. The rightful owner may contact 9862227594 within 5 days.
VEC union Aghunaqa area clarifies
DIMAPUR: President, VEC union, Aghunaqa area, Kashiho Sukhalu and general secretary Kuhovi Yep’s clarified that the proposed meeting on June 16 from 10 am at Niuland Community hall of all VEC chairman and teacher-in-charge of 69 schools under DIS Niuland will be held as scheduled. The release further clarified to DIS Niuland that the meeting has been called in interest of VEC union for matters relating to problems faced by the schools.
Jalukie Students’ Union grateful
DIMAPUR: Jalukie Students’ Union expressed gratitude to Delta Brother and Clench Club for constructing a resting shed in between Jalukie town and its neighboring villages and a market haat at Old Jalukie respectively. The release issued by its General Secretary Inchang Hiaka further appreciated the project director, DRDA, Peren, BDO, Jalukie and the government for bringing such kind of developments in the area.
Sapotimi Students’ Union informs
DIMAPUR: Sapotimi Students Union has informed all its members to reach at its union bankers’ office on or before June 20 for some emergency pupose. The unions’ general secretary further informed that the union would take action against the defaulters.
Meanwhile, the union also felicitated all its members who have successful cleared the HSLC and HSSLC examination.
SCC silver jubilee
DIMAPUR: Sumi Council Chumukedima (SCC) will be celebrating its silver jubilee cum Tuluni festival on July 8 at Chumukedima local ground with MLA Hewotho Awomi as chief guest and IGP (NAP) S Nihoto Achumi as guest of honour respectively. Meanwhile Chumukedima Town Council member N Ghushito Zhimo has consented to be the chief guest for Tuluni feast while exhortation will be delivered by CEO (NKVIB) Nagaland, Kuhoyi Zhimo and Neichu Kuotsu. Further all well wishers have been requested to attend the festival.
DIMAPUR: The second general meeting of Sanis Town Baptist Church (STBC) for the upcoming 2010 golden jubilee will be held on Jun 20 from 9 am at the Church office (STBC). The release further requested all its members residing outside Sanis town to attend the meeting.
Rubber farmers grateful
DIMAPUR: The rubber farmers of Pongidang village expressed gratitude to deputy project officer, Wokha, Vanchamo and department of land resources for providing rubber saplings. Athungo M. Naga, on behalf of the farmers further appreciated the Director of Land Resources for all the help provided and Dy PO for diagnosing the potentiality of rubber plantation in the area.
FGN clarifies on news item
DIMAPUR: Clarifying the news item on the caption three arrested for extortion, wherein one alleged FGN cadre Hokato Awomi son of late Vihezu Awomi of Zukihe village was nabbed by the police, the commander 6 brigade Naga army of FGN, brig. Tokugha Zhimo said that the FGN has “disowned” Hokato Awomi. Appreciating police for apprehending those criminals “NNC/FGN emerged with the Naga mandate” the commander claimed that there was no official sanction in that area nor its cadre to carry out such anti social activities. It further stated that those who were involved were doing for their self interest and devoid of NNC/FGN principle.