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Published on 13 Feb. 2010 12:34 AM IST
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AR conducts career guidance in Jotsoma DIMAPUR: A career guidance and pre-recruitment counselling programme was organised by 16 Assam Rifles of HQ 5 Sector under the aegis of HQ IGAR (N) at Jotsoma village. Commemorating the 175th year of raising of Assam Rifles, 16 AR organised a counseling programme for more than 250 students from five High School and two colleges. Career guidance with specific emphasis on ‘Career in Defence’ to motivate and encourage youth towards joining Defence services both Army & AR was the theme of the talk. Jotsoma youth council has expressed gratitude to IGAR (N) & 5 Sect AR for guiding thefor a better future. Organic beans for sale in Kohima TUENSANG: Moya Baptist Church, under Kiphire district will be selling organic farming Kholar beans of yellow and mixed variety at Keziekie Market Kohima on February 12. The beans would be sold at the rate of Rs. 40 per kg and Rs. 35 per kg respectively. JNVST’10 admit cards available DIMAPUR: Jawahar Navodaya Vidlaya (JNV), Nihokhu has informed that Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test 2010 (JNVST’ 10) admit cards woud be available at DEO office, Dimapur and requested all the applicants to collect their admit cards on or before April 10 from DEO office. SWVC on quarter construction DIMAPUR: S. Wochan Village Council (SWVC) has informed all S. Wochan site holders to construct residential quarter on or before February 20. Informing this in a press note issued by Sophan Mozhui, GB cum VCC of S. Wochan village has also notified that council would not take responsibility in future of those who would not construct in the given period of time. Admission to RIMC DIMAPUR: Rashtriya Indian Medical College (RIMC) Dehradun (UK) entrance examination for class VIII in 2011 would be conducted on June 1 to 2. Written examinations will consist of English, mathematics and general knowledge. Application forms and old question papers can be obtained from Commandant RIMC Dehradun on payment of Rs 250 (Rs 50 for SC /ST) through DD with drawal branch SBI Tel Bhavan Dehradun (bank code 01576) through registered post or courier along with 3 passport size photos and certificate of age (in Dublicate) applications should reach Director of School Education Kohima on or before March 31. DTDU cautioned for ‘misguiding’ public DIMAPUR: Reacting to a news item that appeared in a local daily on February 10 under the caption ‘DTDU flays PLTWFI’, state unit Petroleum & Land Transport Workers Federation of India (PLTWFI) has cautioned Dimapur Truck Drivers’ Union (DTDU) for ‘misguiding’ public by publishing false allegation against the federation. A joint press statement issued by PLTWFI Nagaland Unit president, Tiakaba Longkumer and PLTWFI HQ. Guwahati Assam president, A. S. Nungsang Ao said it was regrettable that the DTDU should issue wrong allegations without being aware of national level organizations and without consulting with PLTWFI members. Federation has urged DTDU chief advisor, Viniho Shikhu to seek apology within one week from the date of publication of this matter, failing which PLTWFI North East coordination committee would take its own course of action, the statement added. Clarification sought on ‘murder case’ DIMAPUR: In connection with the murder of one Toshi at River belt colony, Dimapur, Dr Tarep Ao has sought clarification behind the motive and ‘murder’ of Toshi. Commenting on the murder. Dr C Tarep Ao in a press statement alleged that Akala Achang wife of late Imrongtoshi a proxy staff working in the office of Sericulture, Dimapur was having “illicit romantic affair” with her divorced colleague Lanumar and Akala too was on the verge of divorce. Dr C Tarep stated that Toshi was “ambushed”, physically injured and mentally tortured by groups of people. On the fateful Sunday Akala’s husband’s body was found in the bedroom with multiple injuries. The press statement alleged that Akala spread rumors that he had committed suicide by hanging himself to death. Meanwhile, relatives of late Imrongtoshi have expressed appreciation to all who stood by them during the demise of Toshi, especially to Mopungchuket Union, Ao Temulungstür Fellowship and members of the River Belt colony. Wishes for students Dimapur: Viswema Kuda Union Dimapur, Kohima Lotha Students Union , Wokha Village Students’ Union, Faith Antilles Landmark Colony, PWD Dimapur, Yanthamo Village Students’ Union, Wokha Village Youth Organisation and Rengma Students’ Union have extended best wishes to all its members who would be appearing HSLC, HSSLC and degree level examinations.

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