The foster parents of ‘Baby Jane’, the new born baby girl discovered in a bamboo grove near the NAP Firing Range Chumukedima on Sunday, has extended their heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Zhimomi, doctors and staff of Metro Hospital, Dimapur and all well wishers who supported them financially and materially throughout the treatment of the baby. The baby’s foster parents further thanked the prayer partners for their support adding without which they could not have made through.
Landscape Design Committee: Landscape Design Committee for P. Shilu Ao Park at Mokokchung has extended gratitude to all participants of the Landscape Design Competition. Out of the 16 entries for the competition the ‘Best landscape Design Award’ for the P. Shilu Ao Park competition was presented to Rongsen Longkumer, Okipong Villa, Salangtem Ward, Mokokchung. The Award carried a cash prize of Rs. 20,000 and a certificate. The prize would be awarded at Mokokchung Road Show on August 1. NPF, Mokokchung Division has thanked all participants and panel of judges.
KEED : Kyong Ekhae Ekhung Delhi (KEED) has extended gratitude to all groups and individuals for extending their help and support to the union at the recently concluded “Summer Fiesta”. KEED in a press release issued by its president, Merithung Patton, has also informed all those in need of help in and around Delhi to contact him over Mobile number-98991508859.
NCP Wokha: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Wokha, unit has expressed gratitude and appreciation to officials of NCP Nagaland State unit for their efforts in enabling them to attend the felicitation programme of Agatha Sangma, Minster of State for Rural Development, GoI, on July 11 at Shillong. The NCP, Wokha, general secretary, N. Chophathung Kikon, in a press release has also extended gratitude to Dr. Chumben Murry, Minister for Agriculture, Nagaland, and his P.S., Dr. Aremo Murry, for arranging transportation and further congratulated Agatha Sangma on her being inducted as union minister from Northeast States and hoped that under her leadership, the Northeastern States would speed up in progress with transparency to keep pace with rest of the other states in the country.
MUIVR: Mothers Unit Industrial Village Razhuphe (MUIVR) has expressed gratitude to district Excise and Prohibition Department for conducting raid and seizing banned foreign liquor near Directorate of Geology and Mining office, Industrial village Dimapur. In an appreciation note jointly issued by Gwasenle, president and Watilaimsong, secretary MUIVR has also stated that the Mothers unit would extend their full support and cooperation to the department for more such raid in future.
ZBC: Zutovi Baptist Church (ZBC) has expressed gratitude to all speakers and resource person for the success of vacation Bible school organized by ZBC from July 10 to 12 under the theme, “Niye shiyeh ghenguno kukumgha” Bothubo 12:13.
VC, farmers’ union Sakraba: Village council and farmers’ union Sakraba village has expressed gratitude to department of agriculture and its director for posting agri officer to Sakraba and for providing multi drier machine to the village. The council and union in a release also stated that the director with his departmental officers physically visited the ongoing agri and allied project.