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Published on 31 Oct. 2009 12:21 AM IST
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KMC directive to shop keepers DIMAPUR: All shops and business establishment in Kohima have been directed to maintain one dustbin each and to use CFL bulbs outside the shops. Informing this in an official bulletin, Kohima Municipal Council said non-compliance will invite cancellation of shop licence. Further, individuals or departments undertaking developmental works particularly along National Highway and main roads have been directed to ensure removal of building materials or debris/loose soil within 24 hrs. KMC also notified that penalties will be imposed on defaulter on daily basis till such time and period leading to arrest. Further KMC has enforced ban on washing and cleaning of vehicles on the main road. Schools under Longkim- Chare deserted DIMAPUR: United Sangtam Student Conference (USSC) visited schools under Longkhim- Chare division and found that certain schools were deserted. Terming the deserted schools “like a man in neck tie without a trouser” union said that inspecting officers could not afford to visit schools due to financial constraints. Even though schools were upgraded school staff were left without accommodation while the children were forced to go to schools. USSC said if such affairs continued schools would turn out to be a recreational place. INTCWS condemns murder DIMAPUR: India Northeast Tribal Community Welfare Society has condemned the brutal murder of Ramchanphy in New Delhi. Stating that Delhi had become a dangerous and unsafe place for the North-Eastern people in the recent years, the society expressed its stand in solidarity with the bereaved family members and further demanded justice and security for the North-East people. Maram Thangal region condemns attack DIMAPUR: Maram Thangal region has condemned the “inhuman and barbaric” attack on K. Lengkham Thangal chief of Thangal Surung village and Silas Thangal secretary of Thangal Surung village by armed cadres of KNA on October 29 allegedly at the instigation of Thangapo Touthang of Y. Langkhang village. Maram Thangal CAA executive officer P. Nogi on a press note stated that government of Manipur and central government should not stoop so low to meddle in the “trifle matters” and also blamed central government and state government for patronizing “ such offenders”. Music for Bible DIMAPUR: The Bible Society of India Dimapur Auxiliary youth department is organising Music For Bible programme on October 31 at 4.30 pm at Dimapur Ao Baptist Church to enable young music lovers to use their talents for the Bible cause. The concert would feature choirs from Zeme, Chakhesang, Rengma, Lotha Baptist Church, musical play by Chekiye and Dimapur Sümi Baptist Church, male voice by Police Baptist Church and Dimapur Ao Baptist Church, solo by Kuda Village Baptist Church, Chang Baptist Church, Sümi Baptist Church Puranabazar, Town Baptist Church, female voice and special appearance by DABA, group song by Hindi Baptist Church and choreography by Chumukedima Ao Baptist Church. Vimegokho Angami Evangelist MHBC Kohima will share the message on the occasion. NCSU Zbto, Peren unit support demand DIMAPUR: The Nagaland Contractors’ and Suppliers’ Union (NCSU) Zunheboto unit has supported the decision of the NCSU head office in all matters that as promised and agreed by the government pending liability bills should be released immediately. NCSU Zunheboto unit stated that heavy taxation should be exempted so as to achieve quality works. Meanwhile, NCSU, Peren district unit has extended its support to NCSU Nagaland resolution in its general meeting held on October 14. Tichipami community to celebrate Ahuna DIMAPUR: All Tichipami community members have been informed to attend the Ahuna festival celebration at the residence of the host Katoho aye at Thahekhu village on November 14 at 10 am. ITI result declared DIMAPUR: Result of all India Trade 2009 (final) held in the month of July in Kohima, Dimapur, Wokha, Mokokchung, Tuensang, Phek and Zunheboto at Industrial Training Institute has been declared. Total candidates appeared for the exam were 408 out of which 230 passed. Director employment and craftsmen training N. Panger Jamir informed that mark sheet will be issued after November 10 from respective it is. Lost and found DIMAPUR: Valuable documents such as an admit card and school leaving certificate examination belonging to one Kivibo Zhimomi has been found from an auto on October 28. Further, the rightful owner has been requested to contact on 9856858303 to claim the documents.

 
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