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Published on 27 Oct. 2009 11:26 PM IST
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IYF Dimapur invitation to ‘Bible Crusade’ DIMAPUR: International Youth Fellowship (IYF), Dimapur has invited all citizens of Dimapur to participate in the on-going ‘Bible Crusade’ of pastor Ock Soo Park at state Stadium, PWD Colony, Dimapur which starts from 10 am to 2:20 pm. Teachers trained in Ralan DIMAPUR: Mass Teachers Training under EBRC Bhandari was conducted from October 19-23 at GPS Ralan Old. Teachers were exposed to various skills by ToTs along with discussion and practical teaching classes were held as per routine of schools. Practical classes were also held at GPS Liphayan. On the closing day, the coordinator stressed upon teachers to implement all skills in their schools in order to give quality education to children. The training covered 11 schools and 36 teachers in attendance. ENPUD new office bearers DIMAPUR: Eastern Nagaland People’s Union Dimapur (ENPUD) has elected new office bearers for the term 2009-12. The new team included six office bearers headed by Heno Khiamniungan as president, Akum Chang as vice president and A.Mosa Konyak as general secretary, and Threlimong Sangtam, Nokshai Kano Konyak, Shokum Yimchunger, John Chang and K.Bashing Phom as executive members. Purana Bazar BPL and AAY cards DIMAPUR: In pursuance of the notification given by the Directorate of Food and Civil Supply to eliminate bogus ration card holders of BPL and AAY the chairman of Purana Bazar Village Council L Vikuto Wotsa has informed that physical verification of the card holders will be conducted from November 2-5. All BPL and AAY card holders have been informed to report for physical verification at the official residence of the council chairman, Model Colony from 8 am to 10 am failing which the council will be constrained to replace the absentees cards with that of deserving persons. Free RCH-NRHM sterilization camp DIMAPUR: Dimapur District Health Society organized a Sterilization Camp at Dhansiripar CHC on October 26 under the programme of National Rural Health Mission, Reproductive and Child Health-II (RCH-II). Medical team included Dr.Yetovi, Dr. Obangjungla and staff nurses Ara, Watila and OT assistant Amen. Altogether 25 women from villages under Dhansiripar CHC received free Laproscopic Ligation (operation), free medicines and were given monetary compensation. ASHAs under Dhansiripar CHC motivated the womenfolk to avail the free sterilization camp. DC Kohima directs arms license holders DIMAPUR: DC Kohima, Beiu Angami has notified all holders of Arms License issued by office of Deputy Commissioner, Kohima between March 5, 1990 to March 2005 to deposit the Arms License to the Special Investigation Team (S.I.T) on October 30 at South Police Station, Kohima from 10 a.m onwards on all working days. DC informed that arms License, if not deposited and verified within specified period shall be treated as invalid and cancelled and no complaint shall be entertained after the expiry of stipulated time. Training held on communitization in Tobu DIMAPUR: Refresher training on Communitization programme and MDM Scheme was held at EBRC Hall Tobu town from October 23 and 24. DIS Tobu, T.Pur Jamir along with six resource persons conducted the training. Nodal Officer Mon district, I.Nukshi Jamir, M.O. DSE Kohima Phaukathang, R.A. SMS Kohima Bongyong, P.A. DMA Mon Nyapong, district coordinator IED Mon Kilangla Imchen and P.A. DMA Mon Shikalong spoke on various topics at the programme. A press release by DIS Tobu, T.Pur Jamir thanked all visiting officers, resource persons and VEC members for conducting the training successfully. NPF Thonoknyu welcome new members DIMAPUR: NPF 57th Thonoknyu A/C has welcomed members who resigned from active and primary membership of RJD and BJP and joined the NPF Party to strengthen and work under the leadership of Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio and parliamentary secretary for Fisheries, R&R, Printing and Stationary, S. Heno. AR organises motivational tour DIMAPUR: Enthusiastic cadets of Class IX staged an exclusive presentation on ‘Arunachal Pradesh’ on Saturday, giving a wide coverage on their recent motivation tour to Arunachal Pradesh organised under Op Sadhbhavana by 3 Corps and coordinated by 164 (TA) Bn Naga H&H. The programme thrilled the audience with variety of experience, knowledge, talents and action of the cadets through their synchronised narrative-slide show, crisp skit, hindi poem as well as a splendid ‘Yak Dance.’ Col Neeraj Shukla, CO, 20 Assam Rifles was the chief guest of evening. While interacting with parents and guests, Gp Capt B Janardhanan, Principal elucidated that such motivation trips and presentation/projects were meant for bringing an overall development in the cadets and preparing them for joining the National Defence Academy. Coordination meeting held in Tobu DIMAPUR: The 3rd Sub-division co-ordination meeting was held on October 26 at ADC’s Conference Hall. ADC Tobu, Changlao called upon the officers to stay in their place of posting and to work with enthusiasm and honesty. He also lauded NGOs of Tobu for maintaining law and order situation. Departmental representatives put forward several agenda regarding various problems faced by the department. The house also discussed pre-preparation for the DPDB meeting, to be held at Tobu headquarter in the month of November 2009. The meeting was chaired by ADC Tobu. NPF workers join Congress DIMAPUR: NPF working president, Dimapur I A/C along with ward 22 office bearers and active members joined the Congress party to support the leadership of former chief minister and MLA, KL Chishi, Dimapur I A/C and ward 22 DMC member Y. PUkhavi Yeptomi. According to John Shohe, ex-working president, NPF Dimapur I A/C, the members include John Shohe, working president Dimapur I A/C, Nuhamthug Ezung, vice president ward no 22, Shikaho, vice president ward no 22, and active members from Dimapur I A/C Khehoto, Khehuto and Tombo Shohe. LVC clarifies DIMAPUR: Lumami Village Council (LVC) has clarified a news item ‘1 apprehended on extortion charge’ which appeared in a local daily on October 25 that the accused, Hozhato Achumi, son of Kiyeto Achumi does not hail from Lumami village. LVC stated through a press release by its chairman, Howoto Kinimi that Hozhato Achumi and his entire family have been excommunicated since the past 30 years and further cautioned them to refrain from using the name of ‘Lumami village’ for any purpose in the future. Meanwhile, Lumami Union Kohima has condemned the act committed by Hozhato Achumi and urged Sumi Community AG Colony Kohima to take stern action against the defaulter according to its rules and regulations. Two held for theft Dimapur: Two persons were arrested on charges of theft. According to police, one person identified as Imna Ao (26) a resident of Railway gate colony Dimapur was nabbed Tuesday after he stole a Maruti engine that was kept for repairing from Akash garage on October 25. Police said that Imna was arrested after the owner of the garage lodged an FIR. In another incident, one person identified as Amit Singh (22) was apprehended by the driver of the taxi while he was trying to steal the taxi-Maruti van (NL-01 T 7325) at Old NST Dimapur. He was later handed over to police. (Staff Reporter)

 
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