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Published on 29 Jul. 2009 12:44 AM IST
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Tamlu-Amguri bus service introduced DIMAPUR: Nagaland State Transport will be introducing a bus service between Tamlu - Amguri thrice a week covering a route length of 65 km with effect from August 1. According to an official bulletin, the service will ply with service No.458 DN from Tamlu- Amguri and 457 Up from Amguri - Tamlu. The fare for the semi-deluxe service has been fixed at the rate of 85.55 paise per seat/km. NCRC Kohima prayer meeting DIMAPUR: Nagaland Christian Revival Church, (NCRC) PR Hill, Kohima prayer centre for Nagaland would be organising a prayer meeting for all prayer centre faith home in-mates from Nagaland from August 7 to 9 with Sanyi Nyekha, Pastor, Chesezu CRC and Rev. Veketou Kiso, Pastor Kigwema CRC as speakers. The programme will be chaired by Hovikrol Neikha, Home Visiting Pastor and Yangulie Sanchu, Assistant Pastor from local church. According to an official bulletin, service timing for morning session would be 10 a.m and 4 p.m for the evening session. NSCB lauds Govt retirement bill DIMAPUR: Nagaland State Co-op Bank Ltd Board of Director H. Kashito Yepthomi project colony Zunheboto in a press release has asked all government servants to honour and accept the Government retirement bill so that others could get employment. The release stated that any government servant who reaches the age of 35 years in service should give a chance to their sons and daughters so that they are not compelled to become anti social elements. Further, he also stated that there was a crisis of cooking gas in Zunheboto and appealed to MARCOFED to extend their gas agency to Zunheboto to tide over the crisis. Local brew seized DIMAPUR: Residents of Industrial Area and ADC court along with personnel of West Police station on Tuesday seized around 30 utensils of local brew from both the localities. According to police sources the liquor was later destroyed. Pochury Students’ Union Dimapur meet DIMAPUR: Emergency executive meeting of Pochury Students’ Union Dimapur (PSUD) has been convened on August 2 at the residence of its president Abel residence at 2 pm. All executives have been requested to attend the meeting. Meeting for I-Day in Wokha DIMAPUR: Deputy Commissioner, Wokha has convened a meeting at the DC’s Conference Hall on July 30 at 12 noon to chalk out detail programme for the forthcoming Independence Day celebrations in the district. All heads of offices, institutions and NGOs have been requested to attend the meeting. Commissioner rest house in Mkg. DIMAPUR: Commissioner’s Rest House in Mokokchung will be inaugurated by state chief minister Neiphiu Rio on July 31 at 1:30 p.m. The function will be chaired by H.K. Khulu, Commissioner, Nagaland. DTO building at Phek DIMAPUR: District Transport Officer, Phek, has informed that timing for inaugural function of the newly constructed building of DTO Phek which was earlier slated at 11 a.m on July 30 has been rescheduled to 10:30 a.m. DPDB Longleng meet DIMAPUR: District Planning and Development Board (DPDB), Longleng, meeting for the month of August will be held on August 6 which would be chaired by parliamentary secretary, RD and REPA, to discuss matters pertaining to some important issues. LKT condemns murder DIMAPUR: Longjang Students’ Union (LKT) has condemned the murder of Imlinungla on July 25 at Tsudikong town by one Tomika Chophy of Rotomi village. Terming the murder as ‘most heinous and inhuman act’, LKT in a press release issued by its secretary urged the district administration to punish the detained culprit as per the law of the land. The union further conveyed condolences to the victim’s family members. Orientation course for ATMA, AMC & BTT DIMAPUR: Department of Agriculture in collaboration with EEI, Jorhat, will conduct a short term orientation course for ATMA, AMC and BTT conveners for Zunheboto, Kiphire and Phek. NSCN (I-M) accuse rival of attack DIMAPUR: NSCN (I-M) has accused “NSCN (K)” of attacking “NSCN boys” at Noklu village, Lazu sub-division, Arunachal Pradesh on July 27 “without any provocation with pre-mediated intentions.” The MIP/GPRN in a press statement alleged that the “NSCN (K)” in total contravention of the recent Covenant of Reconciliation has once again exposed its “incredibility and total lack of commitment and irresponsible attitude”. The NSCN (I-M) stated that it was only because of its utmost restraint, honouring the agreements for Reconciliation, avoided retaliation despite life threatening action of the “adversaries” that prevented any casualty on both sides. Further, it strongly questioned the sincerity and commitment of the “NSCN (K)” and called for immediate attention and retrospection on the part of the “NSCN (K) higher-ups”, and Naga public in order to avoid further occurrence of such “unwarranted incidents” which could jeopardize the hard-earned achievements for reconciliation. Parl Secretary escapes mishap Dimapur: Parliamentary Secretary, Housing Er. Saku Aier miraculously escaped when a Maruti 800 (NL-07-0865) after hitting his escort rammed into his vehicle at around 8:45pm, near Dhansari bridge. According to police sources, his vehicle- Innova was hit by the car while he was on his way down to Dimapur from Kohima. (Staff Reporter)

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