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Published on 14 Feb. 2010 12:07 AM IST
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AATA plea for early solution DIMAPUR: Aggrieved Adhoc Teachers Association (AATA) Mokokchung has requested state chief minister, chief secretary and officials of various ranks to intervene in the SIT case and help them solve the crisis at the earliest. AATA in a press note stated that delay of SIT report had dishonored its service by not releasing their salaries and extension order. The treatment received by AATA “is beyond human tolerance” because the valuable service rendered for the welfare of the school was not acknowledged, even though the association positively co-operated with the SIT. Stating that aggrieved teachers were also appointed by DOSE like other teachers serving in Nagaland, AATA said if their appointment was not genuine, it would be greatly “appreciated if given the proof from your side”. After a prolonged year, the SIT, the concern minister and such officials are not able to give the right judgment about the present crisis in the education department, stated the press note. More BSNL road shows DIMAPUR: BSNL road shows will be organised from February 16 at different places from 9 a.m to 4 p.m for new landline, WLL, PCOs, GSM (mobile), broadband, Pre paid and post paid connections. The Road shows will be organised at Niuland (Dimapur) and Chanki (Mokokchung) on February 16, Tobu (Mon), Tening (Peren), Chiephobozu town (Kohima) and Lumami (Mokokchung) on February 17, Changtongya (Mokokchung), Kushiabill (Dimapur), paramedical (Kohima), FAC campus (Mokokchung) and Pfutsero- Tele exchange, (Phek) on February 18, Tuensang town, Chuchuyimlang (Mokokchung), Chumukedima, Aboi (Mon), Telephone exchange Mokokchung, Baghty village (Wokha) on February 19, Impur (Mokokchung) Babumpukhuri (Dimapur), Tele/Exchange Bhandary (Bhandari /Wokha) and telephone exchange Mokokchung on February 20. Citizens have been informed to produce latest passport size photo, PAN card, driving license or bank account pass book, electricity bill, telephone bill or ration card for address proof. River Belt murder case DIMAPUR: Drawing attention on the clarification sought by Dr Tarep on “murder case” Kora Aier, father of Akala has condemned Dr Tarep’s allegations for using words like ‘murder’ and ‘alleged rumour.’ A release issued by Kora requested Dr Tarep to have a little patience and wait for the final post mortem report and the police investigations/charge sheet. He said Dr Tarep himself had announced to wait for the reports during the funeral service of Imrongtoshi.

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