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Published on 21 Sep. 2009 12:19 AM IST
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Eid-ul-Fitr celebration DIMAPUR: Eid-ul-Fitr in Dimapur will be celebrated on September 21 and Namaz will be held at 9:30 am at Idgah Sharif, Golaghat Road, Dimapur. The Idgah Committee and Muslim Council Dimapur has extended Eid greetings to all the people of Nagaland. Id greetings DIMAPUR: MLA, Dimapur K. L Chisi, has extended Id greetings to all Muslim community. He expressed hope that the festival would bring peace, harmony and tranquility among the different sections of society. Verification of teachers DIMAPUR: Deputy Inspector of Schools, Niuland has informed that verification of teachers besides all G/T, P/T, D/T, PeT, O/A appointed from 2002 to 2006 would also include Hindi teachers and TOTs, coordinator and agri teacher. All teachers have been informed to appear physically before SIT for verification on September 24 and 25 from 9 am onwards at DIS office Dimapur. AOME supports ‘Charter of demands’ DIMAPUR: Association of Mechanical Engineers (AOME) PWD Nagaland its meeting held on September 17 deliberated on the ‘Charter of demands’ submitted to the government and appealed to government to fulfill demands at the earliest. Association of Mechanical Engineers (AOME) PWD Nagaland has extended support to the demands of AOE and ANDESA, NPWD submitted to the government. KPK annual session DIMAPUR: Annual session of Keltomi Phutemi Kuposhukulu (KPK) will be held on September 28 and 29 at Zukihe village. Office bearers have requested all participants to prepare for the talent show programme. ‘Lessons from life’ to be released DIMAPUR: An autobiography ‘Lessons from life’ by Kiremwati will be released on September 23 at 3 pm at the Red Cross Building hall. The function will be chaired by Bano Z Jamir IAS additional chief secretary, school education. The chief guest for the occasion will be Dr. Shurhozelie, minister for urban development and the guest of honour Prof. K Kanan vice chancellor, Nagaland University. Disaster management in Kohima village DIMAPUR: A two day programme on disaster management and environment education will be held on October 8 and 9 at 10 am at the training hall of L .Khel EBRC, Kohima village. The DEO has requested all headmasters and headmistresses of GHSS and GHS to depute two graduate teachers (preferably science and environmental education) and the Coordinators EBRC, L Khel, Viswema, Chephobozou and Tsemenyu to depute one TOT each to attend the training. Nationalist Congress Party membership DIMAPUR: In regard to membership campaign for 2009-11, Nationalist Congress Party, Nagaland, general secretary S Azio Kithan has requested all district presidents to collect both used and unused membership enrollment forms within their districts along with membership fees before September 25. Four copies of primary and active member prepared by District office are also to be submitted as sealing of membership on October 9. SABCK revival hour DIMAPUR: During the Sümi Baptist Aphuyemi Revival Hour in Pughoboto Rev Lanu Longchar spoke on the theme “ Without confession of sin no body can inherit the salvation of God (Isiah 6:1-6) on September 18. On September 19 he spoke on “We must come out from the city of Ur(Genesis 17:1-3&6) . Many people were healed of sickness during his service. ANGDA plea for office building DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Government Drivers Association (ANGDA) has appealed to Home Commissioner for allotment of an office –cum- rest house at Old secretariat, Kohima. Stating that the association had been functioning without an office and nowhere to keep documents and stationery, ANGDA president Milan Raj Banshi and general secretary Kezilo Tunyi requested the governor to allot them space at RTO’s office as there was available space. Further, voluntary meeting hosted by Assam Government Driver and Handyman Association will be held on November 8 and 9 at Dispur Secretariat complex. Members of All Nagaland Government Drivers Association have been informed to submit names and unit designation before October 1. Body recovered in Dimapur DIMAPUR : Personnel of East Police Station on Sunday recovered a body of a non-local aged around 40 from near Foto Concept, Burma camp, Dimapur. Police sources identified the name as Paman Singh and suspected that he died of malnutrition. The body has been kept in the morgue for identification. Mr and Miss Tokhü Emong DIMAPUR: Participants of Mr and Miss Tokhü Emong 2009 have been requested to attend the introductory session October 2 at the office of Kyong Naga Cultural Society (Dr. P. Ngullie), near Assames Baptist Church, Kohima at 10:30 am. Photo session will be held on October 3.

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