Funeral service of late Inali
DIMAPUR: T. Inali, wife of late T. Tolhopu Holo passed away on February 9 at Zion Hospital after a prolonged illness. The funeral service would be held on February 10 at 12 noon at Hovishe village. Meanwhile, Editor and staff of Nagaland Post has condoled the demise of T. Inali, paternal grandmother of Tokili Holo on February 9. The Editor and staff while conveying its deepest sympathy also prayed God would grant solace and strength to the bereaved family members.
Jeff Cardwell likely to meet CM
KOHIMA: Jeff Cardwell, a businessman and Councilor, District 23, City of Indianapolis, Marion County and Honorary Consulate to the Republic of El Salvador, Central America and his colleague, Dr. Mike Elmore MD (gastro specialist) are three day mission trip to Kohima. Jeff Cardwell who is likely to meet state chief minister, Neiphiu Rio before he leaves Nagaland, said it was one of his most memorable trips and was overwhelmed by the culture and hospitality of the people of Nagaland. Jeff also added that if given a chance he would represent the state as a good will Ambassador to connect people to advanced countries especially in the field of charitable works.
ACCC Pughoboto clarifies
DIMAPUR: ACCC Pughoboto with regard to a news item which appeared on February 5 has inquired the fair price shop license holders of Pughoboto as to what it meant by “receiving food grains regularly under various schemes from the department”. While demanding the license holders to produce items received annually for Pughoboto sub-division “categorically”, also clarified that there were 22 villages under Pughoboto sub-division, and not 21 as stated by them earlier.
NLVC ban fishing, hunting
DIMAPUR: N. Longchum Village Council (NLVC) under Wokha district has banned hunting, fishing and use of chemicals within its jurisdiction w.e.f February 10 to October 31. The village council also cautioned defaulters that “guns” and “other materials” would be seized along with a fine of Rs. 5, 000.
Affected teachers meet
DIMAPUR: Adhoc Teachers under DoSE, Nagaland whose extension service and salaries have been withheld on account of the ongoing SIT investigation have convened a general meeting on February 13, 10 am at Congress Bhavan, near NU office, Kohima. Secretary, Aggrieved Adhoc Teachers’ Association (AATA), Dimapur, Solomon Ennio has requested the affected teachers of all districts and sub-divisions in the state to attend the meeting along with xeros copy of appointment order and to contact on phone number 9436014017 for information.
NCRC (SYSJC) meet
DIMAPUR: An emergency meeting of NCRC Sumi Youth Silver Jubilee Committee (SYSJC) has been convened on February 13, 10 am at youth Banker, Dimapur. All members, youth advisors, youth secretary and youth executive office bearers have been informed to attend the meeting. Polio drops administered in Zbto
DIMAPUR: Intensified pulse Polio Immunization was conducted in Zunheboto District on February 7 where a total of 200 booths were set up to immunize a targeted population of 21,592 children from the age group of 0-5 years. About 550 health workers and volunteers were involved in manning the booths followed by house to house Immunization on Monday and Tuesday respectively.
DIMAPUR: N-Longidang Village Union Dimapur (N-LVUD) will conduct a fellowship service on February 14 at the residence of its chairman, Chiporao Ngullie, Notun Bosti at 2pm with Eastern Bible College Dimapur principal, Rev. Dr. T. N. Lotha as the speaker.
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Drilling Workers Union (NDWU) Dimapur has expressed condolence on the demise of Damay Mech, drilling assistant Grade-II Directorate of Geology and Mining, Dimapur who passed away on February 5. The union conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.