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Published on 1 Sep. 2009 1:04 AM IST
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ANEFWA agitation called off KOHIMA: All Nagaland Electricity Field Workers Association (ANEFWA) has called off their purposed indefinite agitation scheduled from September 1. In a statement the ANEFWA said that it was called-off in view of the assurance given to the association by the chief engineer for Power department to issue formal regularization to 336 field staffs of the association. DIS Dimapur inform schools DIMAPUR: DIS, Dimapur, Y. Khetoshe Yepthomi has informed each schools in and around town, and outskirts in the district to send at least 25 students to participate in district common teacher’s day celebration on September 5, at 12noon at Covenant Hall, Christian Higher Secondary School, Dimapur. DEO Zunheboto informs DIMAPUR: District education officer Zunheboto, Ghuzui Shohe has informed all the teachers appointed wef. 2002 onwards and have failed to turn up during the SIT investigation conducted from August 19 to 21 for teachers under DIS Aghunato and Zunheboto and DEO, to appear before the SIT at the state vigilance office with relevant documents (academic records and appointment orders) on September 2. Combined teacher’s day Kohima: The Sechii-Zubza Students Union (SZSU) would be organizing the combine teacher’s day celebration on September 5 under the theme “No teachers, No progress at WAPO ground Sechii-Zubza with Kiyaneilie Peseyie, speaker Nagaland Legislative Assembly as chief guest. WTC informs DIMAPUR: Wokha Town Council (WTC) has informed all workshop owners of Wokha town not to repair vehicles on the road. The council had expressed concerned that repairing vehicles on the main road has posed risk in plying vehicles and also risk for human lives. WTC warned defaulters of serious penalty under Nagaland municipal and council act. NNC Sumi region clarifies DIMAPUR: NNC Sumi region has clarified that there was no “misunderstanding” or “enmity” between NNC and FGN that cropped up recently. Reacting to the news item published in local dailies on August 25 and 29, the NNC Sumi region in a release said the parties in a joint meeting held on August 31 resolved to work together for the ongoing Naga reconciliation and unification. LMRSU informs DIMAPUR: Lotha Middle Range Students’ Union (LMRSU) has notified all units interested to hold the forthcoming 9th General Conference to be held in 2010 to contact 9615629837, 9402019450, 9615623437. A joint release issued by LMRSU vice president Benathung Odyuo and general secretary Yanben Mozhui said contact should be done before September 15 so that necessary arrangements can be done at the earliest. WSSU meeting DIMAPUR: Western Sumi Students’ Union (WSSU) has convened an emergency meeting on September1, 10.30am at the union office Thahekhu at. All executive members have been requested to attend the meeting. YAA informs DIMAPUR: Yimchunger Akheru Arih ako (YAA), the Apex body of the Yimchunger Students Conference has informed all its federating units to submit yearly statistical report for the year 2009 from class A up to degree level on or before September 3 at Shamator Head quarter. Education and statistical secretary YAA Kuraq stated that serious explanation call would be initiated against defaulting units. CRPF and AIG (Prison) clarifies DIMAPUR: Apropos to the news item “Prison visitors held with drugs” which was carried on August 28, a press release issued by the AIG (Prisons) Avi Kechü, informed that the culprits were arrested through a joint efforts of jail personnel and F company, 173rd Bn CRPF while conducting their routine frisking. It may be noted that the news item was carried after the CRPF officials informed Nagaland Post about the incident in which they stated that it was the CRPF personnel who arrested the culprits. Lost and found DIMAPUR: Rs.2000 in cash was found at Bank colony, Dimapur around 5.30 pm on Monday. The rightful owner may claim the cash by producing right identity from the finder. One may contact 9436831554 for clarification. SUD appeals for holiday DIMAPUR: In view of the 32nd Mongmong festival to be held at Dimapur on September 3, the Sangtam Union Dimapur (SUD) requested all government offices, NGOs and educational institutions to grant restricted holiday to all the Sangtams on that day as reflected in the government holiday list. The union also appealed all Sangtams to attend the festival. Lotha Hoho condemns rape DIMAPUR: Kyongekhung (Lotha Hoho) Tuensang has condemned the gang rape and murder of Roshila Humtsoe of New Ralan by some Muslims. Chairman and general secretary of Kyongekhung has appealed the law enforcing agencies to arrest and book the culprits involved at the earliest and award severest punishment. The Hoho, while condemning the act described such crimes as “inhuman and alien” to the Naga society. SKK condoles Dimapur: All Sumi Students’ Union has mourned the demise of Z Shitoli, mother of Kitoshe organizing secretary of SKK who expired on August 30.The union said the demise of Z Shitoli was a loss to the entire union and conveyed heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family members. GWM conducts seminar DIMAPUR: Galilee Welfare Ministry (GWM) in Collaboration with Bethseda Youth Welfare organized a one day Youth Leader Seminar at the Lotha Baptist Church Chumukedima on August 28. The topics for the occasion were ‘Sustainable engagements through agro-base activities’ ‘Youth changes and opportunities’ and ‘Substance Abuse, HIVand AIDS Impact and Primary preventive’. Neichu Kuosto CTC chairman was the chief guest, while Jacob Yanthan SDO store and Moamenla Mother’s Hope and WD Humtsoe BYWC Dimapur were the resource persons. ANSTA Zunheboto mourns DIMAPUR: All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association Zunheboto unit has mourned the demise of Vihito. In a condolence message, ANSTA Zunheboto unit said that the service rendered by him would always be remembered and conveyed condolence to the bereaved family.

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