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Published on 15 Mar. 2010 12:26 AM IST
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GPRN NSCN cautions against destroying ecology DIMAPUR: Ministry of forest and environment GPRN NSCN ‘secretary’ TA RAO has informed all Naga general public within Naga inhabited areas to protect and preserve flora and fauna and water sources so as to maintain ecological balance and reduce climate change. A press release issued by GPRN NSCN cautioned that some individuals were felling trees, burning jungles, killing animal, poisoning fish and water randomly for personal benefit which was against natural law and turning “Nagalim into a desert”. It also cautioned that anyone defying Azhas would be severely penalized and further asked all staff and “Naga army” to act as a watchdog. GPRN NSCN also sought cooperation for a “green Nagalim”. NASU golden jubilee celebration DIMAPUR: Northern Angami Students’ Union (NASU) would be celebrating golden jubilee on April 8 to 11 at Nerhema village. Rüyazelie Keyho, convener streeing committee has requested all organizations, associations, union and others within northern Angami areas not to organize any programme during the period in order to enable all members to attend the celebration. Further, union has requested all former leaders of NASU and leaders from different organizations to attend the celebration. ATMA Wokha, Mon tour DIMAPUR: Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA) Wokha district extension functionaries have visited Pune, Goa and Mumbai on a 12 day exposure trip. The team visited historical places, universities, institutions and experienced various activities in the field of agriculture and allied departments. Meanwhile, Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA) Mon consisting of 13 farmers and two Agri and allied department officials led by BTT Mon convener, Imlinochet also underwent a six -day exposure trip to Gangtok and Darjeeling. 19 Phek ACCC clarifies on resignation DIMAPUR: 19 Phek ACCC has clarified that resignation tendered by Mahila Organizer Nagaland Pradesh Congress Seva Dal “was most ridiculous and unacceptable”. A press release issued by President, 19 Phek ACCC Zachineyi Vadeo and President, Congress Unit Phek Town Vetsohu Chuzoh alleged that Mahila organizer was never associated with activities of the party on NREGA issue. It also alleged that Mahila organizer had made a “fool of herself” by tendering resignation on grounds of NREGA issue. Eastern Nagaland People’s Fellowship dedicated DIMAPUR: Eastern Nagaland People’s Fellowship Medziphema (ENPFM) was dedicated on March 13 by Rev. T. Moina, pastor Konyal Fellowship, Chumukedima. A press release issued by Shink, general secretary and Thakngam, convener ENPFM stated that dedication programme was attended by people from representatives of six tribes residing in Medziphema. NPF youth wing welcome Khekiho’s re-nomination DIMAPUR: Nagaland People’s Front (NPF) youth wing has welcomed the decision of working committee to re-nominate Khekiho Zhimomi for the forthcoming Rajya Sabha (RS) elections. A press release issued by youth wing press secretary, Achamo Kikon stated that Khekiho being a veteran and seasoned politician was the right person for the post to represent the state. The youth wing also expressed confidence that he would continue to pursue the ‘protracted’ Indo-Naga political issue and developmental programs in the state for the welfare of the younger generation. Orientation programme for private teachers DIMAPUR: An orientation programme for private school teachers of Chiephobozou and Chiechama was conducted by DIET, Chiechama under Kohima district. The programme was organized to train the educators to be more effective and to introduce new methodology for imparting quality education through effective teaching. A group of 35 teachers from Don Bosco, Bethal and Sharon schools participated in training where topics on emerging trends curriculum transaction, how to teach language EVS and child psychology evaluation, effective skills and methodology of teaching were discussed. The resource persons included senior lecturer Imlila, lecturer Annie, Kenilo and Agnes. Meanwhile, the teachers have expressed gratitude to Alemla Jamir, co-ordinator of the programme for their contribution in the training. CANSSEA postpones meeting DIMAPUR: Executive Meeting of Confederation of All Nagaland State Services Employees’ Association (CANSSEA) scheduled on March 18 has been cancelled. Informing this in a press release, CANSSEA President Dr. K. Solo said meeting was postponed due to technical reasons till further notification. Meanwhile, Confederation of All Nagaland State Service Employees ‘ Association (CANSSEA) has expressed delight that its new building in Kohima was ninety percent complete. A press release issued by CANSSEA vice president AC Hazarika said the new three storey building standing in the heart of the city had become possible due to generous help of all its members. He said the ‘historic’ institution would be seen as a role model and an ideal exemplary platform tending to form correct, employee friendly liberal public opinion for a relatively better and more progressive way of living. He asserted that nowhere in the country had any association /organization built a massive building of its own excepting All India State Government Employees Federation Hq in Chennai.

 
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