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Published on 1 Aug. 2009 11:27 PM IST
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Social work in Bhandari DIMAPUR: A mass social work in preparation of the forthcoming Independence Day celebrations was been convened on August 13 in and around Bhandari town. CMO Wokha informs DIMAPUR: The 5th module training of ASHA’s 3rd batch will be held from August 4 to 7 at 9:30 a.m at district hospital Wokha. Chief Medical Officer, Wokha Dr. N.M Kithan has informed those who have received circulars and information to attend the meeting. DYFI new team DIMAPUR: Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) Nagaland State Committee inaugurated its office and formed the Dimapur district committee with C. Francis Kikon as president and Tocky T Yeptho as general secretary. JNVST lateral entry DIMAPUR: The principal of Jawahar Navodaya Vidayala Yakukie has informed students bearing the following roll numbers A001, P006, P010, P007, L004, L002, P008 to collect their admission forms from Jawahar Navodalaya Vidyalaya during office hours from 9am -4pm. GHSS, Mon condoles DIMAPUR: Staff and students of GHSS, Mon have expressed shock over the sudden demise of N. Handique, assistant head master of the school. A condolence message issued by A. Renemla Headmistress GHSS Mon stated that late Handique was loved and respected for his contribution to the betterment of the school. The school management has expressed condolence to the bereaved family members and has prayed for the departed soul o rest in peace. SVSU supports USSC KOHIMA: Seyochung Village Students Union (SVSU) unanimously decided to fully cooperate and join hands with the United Sangtam Students Conference (USSC) and to abide by its constitution. The SVSU also strongly support the USSC for further endeavour rather than the recently formed All Area Student Students Union. It also stated that it would stay with the banner of USSC for a brighter horizon on the theme “Unity is strength”. Lions club new members DIMAPUR: Members of Lions Club of Dimapur attended the District Cabinet Installation and 1st Cabinet meet of Dist. 322D for the Lionistic Session 2009-10 at Hotel Vishwaratna, Guwahati on July 26. PRO Lions Club of Dimapur Lion Neeraj Kala informed that Lion Mandira Chanda took charge as the Dist Governor of Dist. 322D. Three Members from Lions Club of Dimapur were also included in the cabinet. Lion Onkarmal Agarwal as Zone Chairperson of Zone VIII, Lion Sushil Paharia as Chairman Club Bulletin and Lion Rajendra Khadaria as advisor to district Governor of Dist.322D. WDAU concession for students DIMAPUR: The Wokha District Auto –rickshaw Union (WDAU) in its executive meeting held on July 25 has decided to offer consessional rates to students. A press release issued by WDAU joint secretary Jessy Patton urged all auto-rickshaw owners and drivers to adhere to the resolution for the benefit of the students and urged all parents to provide their children with loose change/coins for convenience of paying fares. ANCSU general conference Dimapur: A four day general conference of All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANSCU) would be held starting August 26 at Sakus Mission (new campus) Dimapur on the theme ‘Education: a tool for self reliance’. In a press release issued by Lima Akum Jamir, convener Organizing committee ANCSU and Neisolie Rutsa, Info & pub secy ANCSU said that the theme intend to exuberate the zeal and zest in an individual to strive further in quest for self reliance and aflame the glory in oneself. The august conference would witness a convergence of thousands of delegates from every college across the state both secular and theological. The release further notified all colleges in Nagaland not to propose any activities within the said period. The ANCSU organizing committee in a meeting held on July 22 resolved to authorize Zheito Chophy, former president and convener finance committee to mobilize funds for the success of the conference. PDGBA elects new team DIMAPUR: Peren District GBs Association (PDGBA) at its 9th general session held at Peren Town Hall on July 25 elected a new team of office bearers for the tenure 2009 to 2014. The association would be headed by president, Kainia (K.Dilun); vice president, Heirut and Lunglwa; general secretary Hingtung Chawang; Joint secretary Paokai, Athibung Circle, Paorang, Pedi Circle, Kwani, Ngwalwa Circle and Kiolung Nsong Circle; treasurer, Heidwaliang; advisors, Kiesenlak, Kaipui, Kierang, Apu Zeliang, Paorang, H/GB Peren Town and Kulungkung; auditors Solu, Hangdi and Namgom. Further, the general secretary has informed that the handing-over programme would be held on August 4 at the residence of Paorang, H/GB Peren Town at 10:30 am. MRBA association supports KOHIMA: The All Nagaland Meter Readers and Bill Assistants (MRBA) Association has extended its support to All Nagaland Electricity Field Workers Association on its proposed agitation in the event of failure on the part of the government to regularize 336 field staff. A release by the association signed by its president and general secretary, Dzieseneilie Sachü and Moa T. Jamir, stated that the association would give its full support if the demand was not met on or before August 5. Anganwadi Board Training held at Mon DIMAPUR: A training on functioning of village Anganwadi Board was conducted on July 30 at Mon district office by state level programme officer (ICDS), Anthony. According to a release issued by Imtunjungshi, Distinct Welfare Officer, Mon Child development project officers, supervisors and staff attended the training. The release stated that the village Anganwadi board is an important link between the government and the community and the role of managing the Angawadi centre provides assistance to the centre for the benefit of women and children of the village. The CPDOs and supervisors will conduct a training at the village Anganwadi Board training soon. Mass social work conducted in Longleng DIMAPUR: Walo Ward Public Union (WWPU) organized a mass social work on July 25 with more than 500 residents participating. According to a press release issued by the union, chairperson, Mon Town Council (MTC) donated 10 truckloads of stone boulders, executive engineer, Lima Ozukum, provided a JCB and truck while he also donated Rs. 5,000 for fooding and other expenses. Haizu Meru, SDO (C) Mon Sadar, donated Rs. 1,000 and spent the day helping the Union. RASU, RAEH grateful to GPRN/NSCN DIMAPUR: The Ralan Area Students’ Union and the Ralan Area Eloe Hoho has expressed gratitude to all ranks and files of GPRN /NSCN 2nd Big Kehoi Camp for releasing Yanbemo Patton Raju Peyu NSCN(IM) of old Ralan Village unharmed. A press release issued by R Hayithung Ngullie general secretary RASU, said “we will continuously pray for peace and unity” The release also thanked RM Lotha, GPRN /NSCN and Mhonnlumo Kikon ex-candidate 40 A/C Bhandari for their tireless efforts for the safe release.

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