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Published on 24 Nov. 2009 12:37 AM IST
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DMC notifies butchers DIMAPUR: In pursuance of the coordination meeting among DMC, Purana Bazaar, Chumukedima and Medziphema Town Council held at DMC office on Monday, all the butchers under the jurisdiction of DMC and on the road side of NH 39 have been directed to shift their stalls 100 ft away from the road starting from Purana Bazaar upto Medziphema town within one week time. The release also further asked all the GBs, village council chairmen and members to cooperate with the civic bodies for implementation of the order. Healing service DIMAPUR: Living Prayer Tower Shoxuvi village will be conducting a healing service on November 27. All well wishers, believers and individuals have been invited to attend the service. Rotary dist governor to visit state DIMAPUR: District Governor of Rotary International District 3240, Ajit Irom would arrive at Kohima on November 24 as part of an official club visit to Rotary clubs of Kohima and Dimapur. Rotary Club of Dimapur president, NRC Nair has informed through a press release that Irom will be meeting with club members and inaugurate a Rotary project at Mao. Meanwhile the club has informed that the District Governor accompanied by Assistant Governor, R. S. Panesar would visit various ongoing Rotary projects at Dimapur on November 25and address club meeting at Rotary Centre, Midland Dimapur at 6.30pm on the same day. ANGDA informs KOHIMA: All Nagaland Government’s Driver’s Association (ANGDA) has reminded all ANGDA members to submit their yearly membership fee of Rs.50 at the earliest. The members have been informed to submit the fee directly to designated ex-office namely Puduho Kin, finance secretary, ANGDA (CC) Department of Commissioner - 9856262945 and Tilak Chetri, treasurer, ANGDA(CC) Department of Rural Development (RD) at 9436004450. State veterinary council informs DIMAPUR: Nagaland State Veterinary Council registrar Dr. I.P. Khala in an official bulletin has informed all Registered Veterinary Practitioners registered under Nagaland State Veterinary Council (NSVC) to collect their renewed Registration Certificate from the Office of the Registrar (NSVC) Directorate of Veterinary & A.H. Kohima during office hours. Soul Harvest Crusade KOHIMA: Soul Harvest for Christ Ministry will be held from December 3 to 5 at new market from 3:30 pm everyday, under the theme “I am the lord who heals you” Exodus 15:26. The main speaker will be Reverend Kevisede Kire, Pastor Soul Harvest Church of the living God. The revival and healing crusade is hosted by Joshua cell. There will be also be a special prayer for AIDS, Cancer and other diseases patients. The three day crusade will be chaired by Kezevituo Pucho Cell leader, Rup Bahadur Pun Evangelist and Amongba Chaplain Harvest Centre and exhortation will be given by engineer Rokosalie Angami and Dr.Kepelhousie, chairman New Market. PGSU (NUCK) fresher social KOHIMA: Post Graduate Students’ Union (PGSU), Nagaland University Kohima Campus, will have its 17th freshers day on November 24 at Kohima Village Council Hall, T. Khel from 10 am onwards. WSHIC meet DIMAPUR: Western Sumi Hoho Interim Council (WSHIC) has convened a meeting on November 27 at 10am at Hoho office. All members have been requested to attend the meeting. CASU meet DIMAPUR: Chare Area Students’ Union (CASU) has convened a meeting for the forth coming general session on November 25 at union treasurer, Chare Town and also a joint meeting with Chare Area GBs Union (CAGBU) on November 26. All CASU officials, planning committee, local unit presidents, head GBs of every village under Chare area and all the office bearers of CAGBU have been requested to attend the meeting, failing which would be seriously dealt by CASU authority. NFASA meet DIMAPUR: Nagaland Finance and Accounts Service Association (NFASA) meeting has been convened on November 28 at Directorate of Industries and Commerce conference hall, near DUDA rest house, Kohima. All members have been requested to attend the meeting. BDO Medziphema informs DIMAPUR: Block Development Officer (BDO), RD Block Medziphema, Taliyanger, has informed all officers concerned that a state level conference of all communitized departments will be held at Ganesh Nagar, Dhansiripar from November 30-December 1. Therefore all the officers along with the delegates have been informed to report at Ganesh Nagar on November 29 for registration without fail. Further all the Village Council Chairmen, VDB Secretaries and Women VDB member have been informed to attend the conference compulsorily. Kiphire DPDB pre-Christmas DIMAPUR: Kiphire DPDB pre-Christmas celebration would be held on December 8 at Züngki Camp. All Kiphire DPDB members have been requested to attend the celebration and to reach the venue latest by 9 am. Medical camp held at NC Hills DIMAPUR: Zeliangrong Baptist Church in collaboration with Grace Mission Society Cmd conducted a medical camp at Nimloa village, N. C. Hills Assam on November 17 and 18. A total of 62 patients were treated and free medicines were distributed. Villagers and chairman of Nimloa have expressed gratitude to Dr. A. Moses Wijonamai, D. Mutlak, Achingmai Thaimai and Heluinching Riame, for their service towards the sick and needy during the medical camp. YSU felicitates DIMAPUR: Yachem Students’ Union (YSU) has felicitated K. Limfi Phom for being crowned ‘Miss Longleng’ and M. Lemphu Phom for winning the second season of ‘Eastern Highway Star’. The union has wished them a bright and successful future and also lauded them for bringing laurels to the people of the area. CCUPT condemns DIMAPUR: Centre Chakhesang Union Phek Town (CCUPT) has condemned the incident of November 19 where Vepalu Vero, wife of late Kronuyi of Porba village, who was eight months pregnant at that time was “physically assaulted” by one H.G Singh, an employee (painter) of PWD (housing) Phek at her residence for no fault of hers. CCUPT in a release stated it was neither Naga culture nor nature for a man to lay his hands on women folks least of all someone “who is less fortunate”. The union urged the responsible colony to look into the matter and take stern action against the culprit.

 
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