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Notes of gratitude
Published on 20 Jul. 2009 11:41 PM IST
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Notes of gratitude YTC: Yimchunger Tribal Council (YTC) has lauded the timely response by BSNL department for activation of BSNL at Shamator within a short span of time. Yimchunger Tribal Council said there have been large scale developmental activities in the areas initiated by the department. The YTC said such kind of developmental activities carried out by the department was highly appreciated by the people. According to Yansomong Showuba, chairman executive council YTC the activation of BSNL at Shamator would cover up border areas of Myanmar (Burma), Kiphire district and sub division Pungro area which would immensely benefit the eastern Nagas and Nagaland. The chairman also said the oriented policy of government and department had turned into reality for people of the rural areas which would be remembered by the people and hoped for providing a better service to the people of far flung areas for the welfare of the general public. Phek Block VECS: Phek Block VECs have expressed gratitude to former State Project Director (SSA), K.J Lohe for successfully implementing SSA projects across the state under whose dynamic directorship for almost nine years have brought many developments in schools. The block has expressed that it would cherish the service rendered by Lohe for bringing the project into reality and extended full support to the new State Project Director (SPD), Kevi Liegise to head the mission for fulfilment of uncompleted projects. LVC: Leshemi Village Council (LVC) has expressed gratitude to Neiba Kronu, deputy chairman, State Planning Board, in taking over the primary school, Lewouza, Leshemi village by DAN government which was inaugurated on July 15. The village council has also extended gratitude to all who have rendered their services to uplift the school, especially to department of school education, DEO, Phek, DIS, Pfütsero and his staff for attending the programme. ICM: Intermingle Club Mokokchung (ICM) has extended gratitude to those who extended their help physically, materially and financially during the recently concluded charity cum promotion, and the all Nagaland Squadron Tour under the theme ‘SAVE A LIFE’. The club also thanked donors for their kind donations to the needy and the poor patients, adding that Intermingle Club would remain forever indebted to all those who helped in the endeavor as event partners for the Mokokchung event.

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