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Published on 2 Oct. 2009 12:32 AM IST
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CWSK condemns rape DIMAPUR: Chakhesang Women Society Kohima (CWSK) has condemned the rape of a teenage girl allegedly by one Razounü Khamo of Phusachado village on September 16 near Kohima. The women society has urged the police and the authorities to do justice to the case. Funeral service of L. Setso P. Üsou KOHIMA: The funeral service of L. Setso P. Üsou will be held on October 2 at 11am at Daklane, Kohima. Late Setso was the youngest son of Lt. Lhouvineilie and Lt. Neilhourüü. He was an avid guitarist and musician and served as superintendent in education and sports department and retired in 1988. After his retirement he led an active life, serving in various organizations like Cherüdiki Public Organization (CPO), Northern Angami Public Organization (NAPO), Angami Public Organization (APO). He was also a former Advisor to Nagaland Wrestling Association (NWA), served as VDB Secretary and Chairman Chedema Village and served as head deacon of Upper Nagabazaar Baptist Church till the time of his demise. DC Dimapur on unauthorized structures DIMAPUR: Deputy Commissioner, Maongwati Aier in a notification has directed owners of unauthorized structures i.e toilets, pig sties, dumping materials along NH-39 from Purana Bazar to Piphema to be removed within 5 days starting from the date of issuing this order. The notification also added that the order would come in to immediate effect. 1 discharged from Naga Army DIMAPUR Government of People’ Republic of Nagalim, Ministry of kilo affairs has discharged Terio Lotha. Khapur from active services on health grounds A release issued by Saheni , secretary, Kilo affairs stated that Terio Lotha’s selfless service for the nation will always be remembered. Refresher course on Communitisation DIMAPUR: Training for refresher course on communitisation programme and MDM scheme will be held from October 21 and 22 at Town Hall. DIS Aboi has directed all VECs under its jurisdiction to send VECs /Chairmen/secretaries and one woman member for the training, Failure to attend will lead to non release of entire school development fund and food grains of MDM. Meet for road show-cum-Tokhu Emong DIMAPUR: A coordination committee meeting comprising of agriculture and irrigation and flood control departments from Kohima has been convened on October 7 and 8 with steering committee members and sub-committee members for the Road Show cum Tokhu Emong celebration, to be held on November 6 and 7. NPYC, DYC and AYC joint meet DIMAPUR: Kohima District Youth Congress has convened a joint meeting of NPYC, DYC and AYC on October 15 at Congress Bhawan, Kohima, conference hall at 11 am. All AYC presidents and general secretaries have been requested to attend the meeting. KBPF seminar on sanitation KOHIMA: Second phase of seminar on sanitation ‘Making Kohima city a model of Nagaland’ will be held on October 23 at 10 am at ATI complex with Dr. Nicky Kire, MLA, Alemtemshi Jamir, IAS, and members from KMC and Hill Sanitation outside Nagaland as the resource persons. All pastors of churches, principal of colleges and Higher secondary schools, headmasters of high schools and middle schools, the KMC councilors, KCCI, Youth net, APO, ASU, NU, AWO, police department, power department, telephone exchange, PWD, PHED, colony chairman and youth, NHAK, clinic, nursing centres, Kohima Village Council, students and youth organizations have been asked to attend the seminar. ToT refresher course DIMAPUR: State Institute of Rural Development, SIRD Kohima will be conducting four day refresher course for district level Training of Trainer (ToT) from October 6 at 10 am. This programme is under Backward Region Grant Fund (BRGF) training & capacity building sponsored by Ministry of Panchayati Raj. Participants who have no conveyance are to avail SIRD bus service which would start from supply office, PR Hill at 9:30 am. Concerned Citizens forum Zunheboto DIMAPUR: The 10th foundation day prayer of Concerned Citizens forum Zunheboto (CCFZ) has been convened on October 5 at 2 pm at Youth Hall Zunheboto. All CCFZ members have been informed to attend the programme. Training on nursery management DIMAPUR: Central Institute of Horticulture, Medziphema will be organizing one day training programme on ‘Nursery Management and Propagation’ on October 9 with Dr. S. P. Ghosh, Chief Consultant of CIH as resource person. Training would be open for interested nursery farmer involved in cashew and citrus nurseries. Interested participants have been informed to reach CIH office on or before October 8. For further information participants have been informed to contact 03862-247707/ 9615777363. FONSESA emergency meeting KOHIMA: FONSESA executive and federal council members will have an emergency meeting on October 6 at 2 pm in the conference Hall of the Chief Engineer (Housing) to discuss the ongoing issue of AOE, NPWD. All concerned members have been requested to attend the meet. ZTC directive to shops and institutions DIMAPUR: In view of the upcoming Road Show cum Ahuna feast, chairperson Zunheboto Town Council (ZTC) Khehoshe H Yeptho informed all the shops/building to paint their respective buildings with broken white and roof with green colour before October 30. All Government offices/Private institutions/schools have also been informed to paint their respective institutions. Reliance Company, Zunheboto has also been ordered to clean up/wash their respective logos within the town. Meanwhile all building owners have been informed to remove all the building materials around the town. GSU freshers day KOHIMA: Gotkha Students Union (GSU) would be celebrating its 17th freshers day on October 3 at GPP hall Chandmari Kohima at 1pm. All Gorkha Students residing under Kohima district have been requested to attend the freshers day. NVC on preserving flora and fauna DIMAPUR: Nihoi village council in order to preserve the flora and fauna has resolved to take strict action against any group or individuals found hunting, fishing and burning jungles within its jurisdiction. The council in a release further stated that violation of this in formation for selfish gain would result in a fine of Rs. 10, 000 or more depending on the severity of his or her destruction. MOCSU condemns assault DIMAPUR: Mount Olive College Students’ Union (MOCSU) has condemned the September 16 incident wherein a class XI student Rangkeilakpe was taken away blindfolded by some underground faction to IG stadium and was assaulted. A release issued by general secretary of MOCSU S. John Kiny stated that the student was not any member of any faction and was returning home after practicing for the colour show programme when the incident happened. The union has requested whichever faction was responsible to punish those involved in order to stop such incidents happening in future.

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