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Notes of gratitude
Published on 24 Aug. 2009 12:39 AM IST
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MVFU: Meriyan Village Farmers’ Union (MVFU) has thanked the DAN government for successfully implementing the AIBP scheme for the farmers of Phiro, Shaki, Sankiton and Meriyan village and to uplift the farmers of the area. In an appreciation note issued by Khayabemo Khuvung, chairman Meriyan Village Farmers’ Union has also expressed gratitude to Y. Patton, parliamentary secretary for initiating the scheme. Zion Football Club: Zion Football Club, Dimapur express gratitude to Basu Damani for donation of Rs.20,000/ to the club. NPF Tuensang division: NPF Tuensang division has expressed gratitude to minister for soil and water conservation and land resources development P. Longon for inaugurating the office of NPF division Tuensang on July 30. NPF Tuensang president Lusang in a press release further thanked chief minister Neiphiu Rio and his colleagues for inspecting the office and rendering financial help to NPF division during the Road Show in Tuensang on July 31. NPF Tuensang division also thanked minister for roads and bridges Kaito Aye who inspected the office on August 14. RASU: Ralan Area Students’ Union has expressed gratitude to Kyong Students’ Union for inspecting all the government offices and Kyong Students’ Union general secretary Mhabemo Mozhui for showing concern to the students of the far flung areas and urging teacher’s for their development. A release issued by Ralan Area Students’ Union president Merinthung Ovung also supported the Kyong Students’ Union in dealing with ghost employee. Ralan Area Students’ Union also expressed sympathies for hostel management of Isaiah Ability School teachers and students affected by the fire on August 18. Blood bank Naga Hospital: The Managing Director and staff of Blood bank Naga Hospital Authority Kohima have expressed gratitude to NL Thunghlung Anal, CHM , officers and staff of 24 NL (I) Coy NCC Jakhama for the voluntary donating 22 units of blood on august 15.The Managing Director in release stated that such noble and humanitarian acts will always be remembered and looked forward for more examples in future. Excise Phek: The superintendent of excise, Phek has expressed gratitude to Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police Phek, officer in charge, Pfutsero Bendang, Vesayi, Pithungo, Phek DEF armed police, ADC judicial Phek, Wezhepe DB and Mesetsonyi DB and all excise Jawans for the co-operation extended during seizure and transferring of contraband ganja carried on Aug 12 at Pfutsero. KPVC: Kacharigaon Phevima Village Council (KPVC) has felicitated Avi Kechü, AIG Prisons Department Central Jail Dimapur for being awarded with Presidents Correctional Service Medal on August 15 at Kohima. The council further lauded him for bringing laurel to the village and wished him success in his future endeavors. GMS Lengrijan: Government Middle School (GMS), Lemgrijan teachers and students have felicitated Akangjungshila for securing 4th rank in ESLC examination within Dimapur district and also wished her success in her future activities. Public leader of Kiphire Chothrongba Sangtam: Public leader of Kiphire Chothrongba Sangtam expressed gratitude to Superintendent of Supply office and the Deputy Commissioner of Kiphire, for supplying BPL rice regularly with effect from April 2009 He also expressed gratitude on behalf of the public to Chairman and members of Kiphire Town Council, DBs, VCCs for their support and initiative while distributing BPL rice and prayed that they would continue their cooperation in the near future. Poultry Farmers, Wokha: Poultry Farmers of Wokha has expressed gratitude to department of veterinary and animal husbandry particularly Farm Manager Dr. Mhonlumi Lotha and her staff for tireless efforts in providing Kuroiler chicks (2 weeks to 1 month old) for rearing. Poultry Farmers Limongi, Nrusali, Yanphamo, Lochumi and Zademo ina press note stated that their experiences in the field had taught them that success rate of rearing day-old chicks was very low as the mortality rate was very high during the first 10 days. But for the last two years the Chick Rearing Centre (CRC), Wokha, department of veterinary and animal husbandry under the supervision of farm manager had been taking immense hardship and pain in nurturing the chicks till 2 weeks minimum in a scientific way.

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