SOUDA general meeting
DIMAPUR: Shena Old Union Dimapur Area (SOUDA) has convened a general meeting on March 20, 9.30am at the residence of its union banker, Er. V. Ghoshito Achumi, Padum Pukhuri, Dimapur. All Shena Old villagers residing in Dimapur area have been requested to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: A general meeting of the Nagaland Women Voluntary Association (NWVA) has been convened on March 18 at the state banquet hall, at 4pm. All members have been requested to attend the meet.
ANAGTU Mkg unit informs
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Adhoc Graduate Teachers Union (ANAGTU) have informed members of Mokokchung unit who have submitted their original documents for service regularization to submit the membership of Rs.300 to Ajungla, GMS Sumi Majakong, Mokokchung before March 26.
ANTA annual picnic cum election
DIMAPUR: The tenth annual picnic cum election of All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA), Zunheboto unit has been convened on March 19 at Old SSB Camp Zunheboto. All the taxi owners and drivers have been requested to attend the picnic and also informed that there would be no taxi service on that day. It further informed that if any taxi unit was found plying on that day, it would be penalized and urged the general public to bear with the inconvenience.
Phom literature board meeting
DIMAPUR: Phom Literature translation committee has convened a meeting on March 19, 10 am at Reverend Vangbong translation building Chumukedima. According to an official bulletin, the translation board would discuss issues of spellings for Phom language and review the meeting resolution, which was passed on February 16 meeting. Transport, communication and mechanical parliamentary secretary P. Dako Phom is also likely to attend the meeting. All translation committee members have been requested to attend the meeting.
KBPF informs on important events
KOHIMA: Kohima Baptist Pastors Fellowship (KBPF) has informed important events for churches in Kohima. Wicliff Bible translation workshop would be held on March 20, 10 am at Heritage Complex (from DC residence), world TB day would be held on March 24, 10 am at zonal council hall, sunrise service on April 4, 5 am at Kohima cemetery which would be open to all citizen in Kohima, crown financial seminar church leaders and business people on April 27 and 28, 9 am at union Baptist church, Kohima. All senior pastor, associate pastors, women leaders, youth leader and the church leaders have been requested to attend the programme.
NASU golden jubilee from April 8 to 11
KOHIMA: Northern Angami Students Union (NASU) would be celebrating its golden jubilee on the theme “Retrospection, Introspection, Prospect” from April 8 to 11 at Nerhema village. State chief minister Neiphiu Rio will grace the occasion as chief guest on April 9 and Dr. Nicky Kire, MLA Chairman Khadi and Industries Village Board as the of guest of honour on April 11.
KOHIMA: All Nagaland School Teachers Association (ANSTA) central executives will hold an emergency meeting on March 24, 10 am at the conference hall of teachers guest house to discuss the emerging issues. All district units, submits have been directed to attend the meet and to submit membership fee. Any member with suggestions and proposals have also been requested to attend the meeting.
Registration of births and deaths
DIMAPUR: Economics and statistical department has informed that registration of births and deaths can be done at its branch attached to Ad-hoc town council, Purana bazaar, east Dimapur.
Mon DPDB meet deferred
DIMAPUR: Mon the District Planning Board (DPDB) meeting scheduled on March 16 has been postponed to March 20. Deputy commissioner, Mon Dinesh Kumar IAS has requested all DPDB members, heads of department, elected members of Mon district, the Konyak NGOs of the district, the commissioner and secretary school education, commissioner and secretary forest, secretary youth resource and sports and secretary DUDA to attend the meeting. The meeting would discuss on the proposed state road show on April 7 and 8 at Mon.
TUCT new team
DIMAPUR: Tribal Union Chumukedima Town (TUCT) has elected the new team of office bearers for the present tenure with Khuluvi Assumi as president, Mhasino Kuotsu as general secretary.
DDFA 3rd general meeting
DIMAPUR: Dimapur District Farmers’ Association (DDFA) has convened its third general meeting on March 27, 9. 30 am at the residence of Lima Longchar, president DDFA, Signal Lhomithi Dimapur. All office bearers and executive members have been requested to attend the meeting failing which action would be taken against members.
Banned drugs seized
DIMAPUR: The Dimapur District Excise enforcement party under the command of inspector Khevito along with assistant inspector B. Apong and four constables recovered 3322 numbers of banned ‘Spasmo Proxyvon’ and 90 tablets of banned drugs from a Kiphire bound night super on March 13 at Blue Hill Station, Dimapur. Informing this in a press note issued by Pitongse Sangtam, superintendent of Excise and Prohibition, Dimapur said in this connection one person named as Akum Sangtam a resident of Bazaar Ward, Kiphire town was arrested and booked under the relevant section of ‘Drug and Cosmetic Act 1940’.
World Consumer Rights day in Wokha
DIMAPUR: With the rest of the world Wokha District also observed World Consumer Right Days on March 15 at Lotha Tribal Council Hall organized by the department of Legal Metrology and Consumer Protection. Speaking on the theme ‘Financially Literate, Save your Investment’ chairman Wokha District Voluntary Consumer Association Mhoniyimo Lotha stressed on the liberty of the consumer rights. According to an official bulletin, the function was chaired by T. Aimong Inspector Legal Metrology and Consumer Protection Wokha while vote of thanks was proposed by vice chairman Wokha District Voluntary consumer Association E. Yanren.
INTCWS to work for tribal students
DIMAPUR: The India Northeast Tribal Community Welfare Society (INTCWS), Notun Bosti Dimapur held a meeting with the Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) president on Monday at the office of DNSU on various issues related to awareness campaign for admission outside the state, human trafficking, spurious job offers or placements, agents duping innocent students and others. INTCWS director Atsei Sekhose in a press statement said the society decided to prevent all these menaces by collaborating and working together for the betterment of the tribal students and also to spread awareness by counseling students and conducting seminars.