Tamlu Buhu Students’ Union Dimapur
DIMAPUR: A general meeting of Tamlu Buhu Students’ Union Dimapur (TBSUD) has been convened on October 11, 1.30 pm at the residence of its union treasurer, K. Hamtok, Purana Bazaar. All senior members and college students have been requested to attend the meeting.
RSUD caution on anti-social elements
DIMAPUR: Rengma Students’ Union Dimapur (RSUD) has warned its students that strict action will be taken against those erring students indulging in various anti-social activities. RSDU in a press note issued by its general secretary, Ayhunlo Tep cautioned that the union would take serious note of students spending time in various corners and loitering around during class hour and disciplinary action will be taken according to the union resolution without further notices.
Music for peace
DIMAPUR: A free open air concert “Music for Peace” would be held on October 17, 5 pm at City Tower with MLA Azheto Zhimomi, advisor, co-operation and sericulture and DMC chairman, Khekaho Assumi as chief guest and guest of honour respectively. The concert would feature solo artist and bands from Nagaland.
DIMAPUR: Dimapur district Village Development Board (VBD) conference has been convened on October 14 at 10 am at IMC Hall, Circular road Dimapur with S. Pangyu Phom, parliamentary secretary Rural Development Nagaland as the chief guest. District programme co-ordinator, NREGA DRDA Dimapur district has requested all the VDB secretary, VCC and one woman VBD member to attend the conference.
ANSTA general conference
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association (ANSTA), Bhandari unit has convened a general conference on October 16 at EBRC Bhandari. Rabenthung Ovung, president ANSTA sub-unit Bhandari has requested all the teachers of GMS/GPS under the establishment of Deputy Inspector of School, Bhandari to attend the conference.
NCRC Sumi women conference
DIMAPUR: The 31st NCRC Sumi Women conference would be held from November 6 to 8 at Suruhuto town with Yehoto Swu, former youth director Kohima and Sara Jamir, under secretary home department and Tonino, women leader, Purana Bazar as speakers and G. Kaito Aye, minister for road and bridges, Shetoyi Yeptho, MLA and chairman, NHHDC and Dr. V. Hokuto Jimo, chairman, NPSC as special guest. All prayer warriors, office bearers and executives have been requested to reach the venue on November 5.
Free eye camp in Tuli
DIMAPUR: Mokokchung district blindness control society under notional blindness control programme will be organizing a free medical eye camp with cataract surgery from October 19 to 24 in Tuli town CHC. According to Tuli Town Council (TTC) chairman, L. Lepzuk, the programme has been sponsored by TTC for deserving people in the town area and the registration of name would be done on October 19. All eye patients residing in and around Tuli have been informed to attend the camp.
DABA English worship service
DIMAPUR: DABA English service has informed that Missionary and Director of Adonai Ministries, Sunep Lemtur and his team would minister its regular English service through music and God’s word on October 11 at 4pm at Dimapur Ao Baptist Church, Duncan. People of all age groups and various denominations have been invited to attend the service.
NU informs 1st semester students
DIMAPUR: All the 1st semester students, admitted for the academic session 2009-10 and 3rd semester students that the classes for all academic departments at Nagaland University, Lumami, will commence from October 26.
Refresher course for teachers in Mon
DIMAPUR: Deputy Inspector of Schools, Tobu, Mon has informed all schools that there will be a refresher course on communitization, MDM and SSA scheme will be held October 23 and 24 at the EBRC hall Tobu town from 10 am. DIS Tobu has directed all VECs /WEC under its jurisdiction to send VECs /Chairman / Secretaries and one woman member representative to attend the training.
Union Baptist Church healing crusade
DIMAPUR: Union Baptist Church Peren Town conducted a revival and healing crusade from 2-4 October with Moangwati Aier Dy Commissioner Dimapur and Pr. Dalip Singh, Pastor UHN Baptist Church as speakers. More than 1000 believers participated in crusade and got physical healing through being touched by the Holy spirit, while many believers re-dedicated their lives to Jesus. The DC donated Rs.25,000 for buying a computer for the Union church ministry.
Y Ngangang sworn in as Angh
DIMAPUR: Y Ngangang, son of late Yikang (Angh S/Mokok) has been sworn in as Angh of S/Mokok in succession of his brother late Laiyang on October 8 at the residence of his Excellency Aluh Ngoang chief Angh of Sheanghah. Significantly, it was a day of paying tribute to the chief Angh of Sheanghah. The deceleration programme was attended by chief Angh, deputy Anghs, village council members, head GBs, GBs of both S Chingnyu and S/ Mokok.
DMCC expels its secretary
DIMAPUR: District Mahila Congress Committee (DMCC) has expelled Ritika Mehta secretary of DMCC Dimapur –I Assembly Constituency from the Congress Party for 6 years wef October 10 for her anti-party activities.
NSF consultative meeting
DIMAPUR: Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has requested all former leaders of the federation to attend a consultative meeting with present NSF office bearers on October 12 at 12 noon at the NSF office, Naga Club building, Kohima to discuss on scheduled meeting of Union Home secretary GK Pillai with NSF on October 13.
CTC member welcomes new Governor
DIMAPUR: Chumukedima Town Council member, Batuo Kuotsu has welcomed the new Governor of Nagaland, Nikhil Kumar and also expressed his optimism that being an experienced administrator, Kumar would promote peace, unity and development throughout the state. He further conveyed his best wishes to the new state Governor. NFESA condemns assault
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Forest Executive Staff Association (NFESA) has condemned the assault meted out to Mughato Sema Forester Grade-1, posted at Rangapahar Zoological park by a group of encroachers on October 7. A joint release issued by NFESA president TN Jamir and vice president Nghuvi Sema said that it had taken serious note of the incident and asked the government to take appropriate action against the culprits. The release said that while association was trying to develop the park for the benefit of the future generations, there were some parties who were trying to sabotage its efforts. The association appealed to all NGOs, Hohos to condemn the assault and the government to provide adequate security to protect the park. The release also appreciated the government for promulgating section 144 and asked the government not to revoke the order till the zoological park comes out in a proper shape.