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Published on 16 Feb. 2010 1:26 AM IST
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NSCU Dmu unit meet DIMAPUR: Nagaland Contractors’ and Suppliers’ Union (NCSU), Dimapur unit has convened a meeting February 17, 11 am at its office, PWD complex. Unit president Phukuto Zimo and general secretary Imti Wati have requested all office bearers and executive members to attend the meet. Pimla village restrict sale of land DIMAPUR: As per village customary law, K. Hosavi Swu, head GB Pimla village has restricted sale or purchase of land within the village jurisdiction without the concern or knowledge of head GB of Pimla village. The head GB also requested the villagers to abide by the rules. Training for WATSAN committee at Peren DIMAPUR: IEC campaign and HRD training for WATSAN committee members, communitized and TSC villages 2009-10 sponsored by PHED would be conducted on February 19 at Town Hall, Peren at 10am with EAC Peren as chief guest. SE No.II Kohima Er. K. K. Rengma, Project Engineer Dimapur Er. Mersen and EE PHED Peren Er. I. Pangjung would be resource persons at the programme. Free cataract operation camp DIMAPUR: District Health Society (NPCB) Zunheboto will be organizing free Cataract IOL Operation Camp from February 22-26 at Civil Hospital Pughoboto. Cataract blind patients have been informed to avail the opportunity. AHoDs/HoDs meet rescheduled DIMAPUR: Meeting of the Administrative Heads of Departments (AHoDs) and Heads of Departments (HoDs) where Governor of Nagaland Nikhil Kumar would address the meeting has been re-scheduled to February 22, 11.30 am. All head of departments have been requested to attend the meeting with all records, agenda to be discussed on, and vacancy position of the department including those caused by the Superannuation Act 2009, post creation and details of recruitment procedure followed by each department. Kohima Lotha Hoho meet DIMAPUR: Kohima Lotha Hoho (KLH) has convened a consultative meeting on February 18 at Indian Red Cross conference hall at 4pm. All executive members and colony-wise representatives of KLH have been requested to attend the meeting. DMC notifies DIMAPUR: In view of NGO’s, associations and communities who have been issued allotment orders at various parts of the city for public utility service failing to utilize the facilities and using allotments for commercial purposes, Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) has issued a three-days notice to allottees to either start public utility services or to surrender allotment order. DMC chairman, Khekaho Assumi stated that failure to comply would lead to ‘inevitable’ demolition with the expiry of due date. Organic Kholar on sale TUENSANG: Sale of organic Kholar organized bye Moya Baptist Church under Kiphire district will available at BOC daily market Kohima on Tuesday. The Kholar would be available at the rate of Rs. 40 per kg for pure yellow. NSCN/GPRN informs NSWON DIMAPUR: The NSCN/GPRN through a notification served by Capt. Retd. Roshny Sinruwng, Secretary, National Socialist Women Organization (NSWON) of Nagalim informed NSWON members, wives of both army and civil National workers to participate in the 10th Annual Assembly of NSWON to be held from February 22 to 25 at Council Headquarters, Hebron. All participants have been informed to bring their own beddings, mosquito nets and to come with their own handicraft to be exhibited during the function. Two houses destroyed by fire DIMAPUR: At least two houses were completely gutted in a fire that broke out on the night of February 12 at Tsüngmokkong Ward under Chantongya town. However, there was no death or injuries reported so far and the cause of the fire was yet to be ascertained. According to an official bulletin, the devastating fire was brought under control after a two-hour battle by the local people. Meanwhile the SDO (C) Changtongya visited the spot and took stock of the extent of damage caused by the fire. BSI bicentenary celebration in Kolkata DIMAPUR: Bible Society of India (BSI) ministry will be celebrating its bicentenary on February 21 at St. Paul’s Cathedral Kolkata. On the occasion, Lalthanhawla, chief minister of Mizoram would address the gathering and M.K. Narayanan, governor of West Bengal will be chief. According to Rev. Dr. Z. K. Rochill, auxiliary secretary, BSI ministry started in 1811 at Kolkata and the ministry has been providing God’s Word to Indian Churches for the last 200 years with its Headquarters at Bangalore and 15 auxiliaries and corresponding office in Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Island. SSOW worship session DIMAPUR: Shekinah School of Worship (SSOW) will be conducting intensive session from March 1 to 10 at Life Spring Corner, Dimapur. The course modules include Biblical perspective of worship, living the life of worship, living in the power of the Holy Spirit and music workshops. The school has invited one and all irrespective of age, denomination etc in the session. The session would be another opportunity for all interested to learn and experience intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. It may be noted that Shekinah School of Worship came into being in 2009 with the vision to train and encourage believers to be further equipped with the knowledge of biblical worship and thus create a lifestyle of true worship that glorifies Jesus and cast a lasting impression in the Kingdom of God. Aggrieved Adhoc teachers body formed DIMAPUR: Aggrieved adhoc teachers under Department of School Education (DoSE) held a meeting on February 13 and resolved to form an association under the nomenclature of All Nagaland Aggrieved Adhoc Teachers’ Association (ANAATA). Accordingly, the body has informed that a new team of office bearers and executive members have been elected that included Hekiye H. Liriki as president, Nephrie Chakhesang as vice president, Solomon Ennio as secretary and 20 executive members representing all 11 districts. ANPWDFWA’S plea to chief engineer DIMAPUR: All Nagaland PWD field Workers’ Association (ANPWDFWA) has appealed to the Engineer in chief NPWD to regularize the service of work charge employees (R&B) and housing department. The association’s president Inakhu Aye and secretary, Atovi Awomi in a letter to the engineer in chief NPWD stated that the employees have sacrificed and dedicated their services toward the departments and said they would remain grateful if the services were regularized on seniority basis. In a separate release, the association also urged the divisions not effecting 44% ADA/DA arrears to include it in the pay of their W/C employees at the earliest. CDPO Tseminyu distributes food stuff DIMAPUR: Child Development Project Officer (CDPO) Tseminyu sub-division, Imkongsenla assisted by the supervisors Allen, Thungyamo Shitiri and Gwazenlo Chung distributed the first phase of food stuff that included wheat and rice for the year 2010 to all the 69 Anganwadi centres of Tseminyu sub-division on February 12. For basic management, stationery items were also supplied to the two model centres at Nsunyu (C) and Tseminyu Old Town.

 
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