NPF Plenary session registration
DIMAPUR: NPF central press secretary Abu Metha has clarified that registration for the NPF Plenary session slated for March 18, at the party’s Central office, Kohima will be from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm on March 17, and will be open till 9:00 am on March 18 . The inaugural session will begin at 9:30 am and not as published earlier. All NPF Legislators and Central office bearers have been asked to attend the session.
WTTE meeting cum picnic
DIMAPUR: Wokha Town Tsungki Ekhung (WTTE) would hold its general meeting cum picnic on March 20 at Doyang Bridge, Wokha-Mokokchung NH-61. All Tsungki citizens of Wokha town have been requested to assemble at PWD Junction and Police Point at 7am on March 20 to proceed to the assigned spot.
DIMAPUR: Aghunaqa Area Students’ Union (AASU) has convened an emergency meeting on March 20, 9am at the residence of its banker, Tohoi village Dimapur.
TSU condemn March 11 killing
DIMAPUR: Thenyizumi Students’ Union (TSU) has condemned the killing incident which took place at Chozuba town on March 11 where Vehusayi Swuro of Thenyizumi village was beaten to death by one Ruduvoto Lohe, son of late Sevetso Lohe who hailed from Yorubami village. A joint press release issued by union president, Zhosato and general secretary, Melevolu has appealed to all right-thinking citizens to condemn such act of senseless killing in the society. TSU also urged the authorities to take stern action against the culprit, failing which the union would take its own course of action and also conveyed its condolence to the bereaved family members.
Tuli ACCC welcomes new members
DIMAPUR: Tuli 21 A/C Congress Committee (ACCC) has welcomed RJD members of Tuli constituency led by former RJD candidate N. I. Wati on their decision to join the Indian National Congress (INC). A press note issued by ACCC secretary, I. Onen Longkumer while welcoming the new members stated that their joining INC would uplift and strengthen the party. Further the ACCC has resolved to strengthen the party under the leadership of NPCC president, I. Imkong and CLP leader, Tokheho.
AR seize Ganja
DIMAPUR: Based on a tip off received from source that approx 700 kgs of contraband Ganja was being ferried from Manipur via Dimapur to Assam, a joint operation was planned and launched by 32 AR and 24 AR at 8pm on March 9. According to a defence release, covert mobile vehicle check posts were established along road Peren-Dimapur and Dimapur-Assam border. AR personnel identified two suspicious looking individuals near Burma Camp, Dimapur and while they were intercepted and searched, the team recovered 20 Kgs of contraband Ganja in a bag. After further interrogation, the two individuals revealed that about 700 Kgs of contraband Ganja was stored in their house in Karbi Along dist (Assam). Both teams of 32 AR and 24 AR moved to site near Bokajan and recovered about 670 kgs of contraband Ganja.
Konyak VCs form union
DIMAPUR: All chairmen of Village Councils (VC) under Mon district held a meeting on January 29 and decided to form a union of VC chairmen and members under the nomenclature Konyak Village Councils’ Union (KVCU). A press release issued by the newly formed union president, PM Nockpai Konyak stated that the purpose of the amalgamation was to have a uniform village administration, to collectively fight issues of common interests and voice to bring about achievements in the society. Meanwhile, a new team of office bearers was also elected for a term of three years headed by PM Nockpai Konyak as president, Tapha Konyak as vice president and A. B. Kaiyong Konyak as general secretary.
SAVC new officials
DIMAPUR: Signal Angami Village Council (SAVC) Dimapur has informed that it has appointed new officials to the council for a term of five years as per village administration rule. The new team includes Keneichosul Sophie as chairman, Neichuvotso Kiso as secretary, Kolezo Sophie as VDB secretary, Megozhakho as Head GB and one GB each for Sector A, B & C along with nine council members. Further, SAVC informed that all matters relating to the village would be executed by the new team of officials with immediate effect.
ENWO conducts seminar,medical camp
KOHIMA: Eastern Nagaland Women Organization conducted a seminar on ‘women empowerment and human rights’ on March 12 at Noklak. A free medical camp was also held on the same day. Over 40 villages in and around Noklak attended the seminar while over 200 people availed free medical examinations. Three minor operations were also conducted. The ENWO has thanked all teams involved in the seminar and the medical camp including P. Mongshai, ex-women secretary KBCA and Pukhiu, advocate NTMU KMH, KBCAm KTC and Dr. Victor, Dr. Benjung, Dr. Makum and Dr. Tochi for their contributions.
Zutovi village bans hunting and fishing
DIMAPUR: Zutovi Village Council has banned hunting, fishing collecting of firewood or bamboo within its jurisdiction. A press note by council chairman Phuzetho Chishi informed that defaulters would be fined with Rs 10,000 and stern action would be taken against any one entering farmers’ house and stealing goats cows hens and buffaloes.
NYK Mon holds life skills training
DIMAPUR: Nehru Yuva Kendra Mon organized life skills training from March 9 to 14 at Don Bosco School in which 106 Class X students participated. The training was graced by DYC Mon John Makhabo and father Stephen principal DBS Mon as chief guest and guest of honour respectively the programme covered different ten topics on life skills with Panneyi Konyak, Chinghsei and Peihwang Konyak , NSV NYK Mon as resource persons.
KPC general body meet
DIMAPUR: General body meeting of Kohima Press Club (KPC) has been convened on March 18 at 12noon at KPC Conference Hall to discuss pressing issues.