NVFAA supports 6th ROP demand forum
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Veterinary Field Assistants’ Association (NVFAA) has declared to extend unconditional support to all Nagaland State Services 6th ROP demand forum. This has been informed in a press note issued by S. Tokiho Swu, general secretary NVFAA.
CMCF orientation programme
DIMAPUR: Orientation programme for selected candidates under Chief Minister’s Corpus Fund (CMCF) Dimapur will be held on March 23, 11am DC Conference hall, Dimapur. DC Maong Aier, and member secretary DCFC Dimapur has requested all selected beneficiaries to attend the programme.
DIMAPUR: Rotomi Totomi and Inalimi Kuposnu Kulu (RTIK) has convened a meeting on March 20 at 10am at Green Park, 5th Mile Dimapur. This has been informed in a press note issued by Hosheni Shohe.
PGSU emergency meeting
KOHIMA: Post Graduate Students’ Union, Nagaland University Kohima Campus has asked all its members to report near NU office on March 18 at 9.30 am for an emergency meeting to discuss serious matters. It also warned that absentees will be fined Rs 500/- to general students and Rs.1000/- to the executive along with explanation call.
USTSU Parting social
DIMAPUR: Parting social meeting of United Sangtam Theological Students’ Union Dimapur has been convened on March 20, 9:30 a.m at Duncan village, Dimapur. All members have been informed to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) has convened an emergency union assembly on March 19, 10am at Prodigal’s Home conference hall, opposite DNSU office. All constituent units and members have been requested to attend the meeting.
IGNOU workshop for B.Ed trainees
DIMAPUR: IGNOU would conduct a workshop for 1st year B.Ed (2010 batch & 2009 backlog) under IGNOU Programme Study Centre-2020P from March 21-31, 11am at Salt Christian College of Teacher Education Dimapur. All trainees enrolled to the centre have been informed to attend the workshop.
DIMAPUR: Nagaland State Transport Employees’ Association (NSTEA) has convened a meeting on March 23, 10 a.m at ISBT premises to discuss matters relating to its forthcoming 5th general session. All executive members, advisors and association representatives have been requested to attend the meeting. A press release issued by NSTEA general secretary, Sacheo Ezung also informed all station officers (DDO), unit presidents, representatives and cashiers to initiate for collection of all pending dues as shown in annexure immediately and submit the same on or before March 23. Meanwhile, DDOs have also been requested to cooperate in the matter and make possible for timely collection at their respective stations.
Naga army terminates one
DIMAPUR: Office of the camp commander, 2nd Brigade, Naga Army, has issued a termination order of Capt. Phunthuon Zeliang, bearing Naga Army No. 16848, hailing from Puichi Village, Zeliangrong region. MIP, GPRN/NSCN in a release stated that the officer was found involved in demanding ransom through kidnapping of a businessman, and that his involvement in the crime was proven “beyond doubt”. It also added he had failed to uphold the revolutionary ideals and therefore terminated from national service with immediate effect.
DCN ‘Jami Khumshum’
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Chumukedima Nkonjan (DCN) ‘Jami Khumshum’ has been convened on March 20 at Dimapur Lotha Hoho Ki from 1pm. Yanao Jami, chairman and T. David Jami, secretary DCN Jami Khumshum has requested all the members to attend the programme. Further, requested those who had not submitted the annual household membership fees for the past and present years to submit it on the day of the programme. the chairman on 9436431273 and secretary on 9774036885.
Retail rate of eggs enhanced
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) in a notification issued by its chief executive officer, Nikhashe Sema has notified that retail rate of eggs has been re-fixed following the grievances of egg dealers in Dimapur and after comparing it with the existing retail rates of neighbouring town committee (Assam). Egg (white) has been re-fixed at Rs. 100 per plate, while egg (red) has been re-fixed at Rs. 110 per plate. Nikhashe further added that the order would come in to immediate effect, adding appropriate action as per rule would be initiated against defaulters.
Shamator 3rd NAP Church gutted
TUENSANG: In a delayed report received on Wednesday, Shamator 3rd NAP Church was reportedly gutted March 11 around 7pm owing to short circuit. However there were no reports of any casualties or injury in the inferno. Sources also added that on hearing the information, district administration, DB’s and Police of Shamtor rushed to the spot to prevent the fire from spreading further.
Dimapur GB union meeting
DIMAPUR: GB Union Dimapur (GBUD) has convened an emergency meeting on March 19, 9am at its union office, Super Market Complex Dimapur. All union GB members have been requested to attend the meeting.
ANCSU plea to VC, NUTA
DIMAPUR: Expressing disappointment with the regular phenomenon of agitation in the Nagaland University arising out of issues between the NUTA and the NU Vice Chancellor, the All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has appealed the VC to come out with immediate solution in streamlining the long protracted crisis and also asked the NUTA to immediately resume regular academic classes.
ANCSU president, Vikashi Zhimomi, general secretary, Bendang Nukshi and speaker, Vilhousielie said that the welfare of the students should not be hijacked at any cost to serve one’s petty interest. It questioned the credibility of the VC and NUTA in regularly sabotaging the academic career of the students.
ACCODMWU forms committee
DIMAPUR: Adhoc Coordination Committee Owner Drivers and Motor Workers Union (ACCODMWU) Assam, Nagaland and Manipur in a coordination meeting held on March 13 at Tourist Lodge with Bokajan Truck Owners Association, Manipur Truck Owners Association. Manipur Drivers Welfare Association, Kohima District Land Transport Trade Union, All Manipur Inter-State Bus Association, All Manipur Petroleum Tankers Drivers Association, Assam Motor Workers Union Karbi-Anglong, Bokajan, and Dimapur Motor Workers Trade Union have passed a resolution to combat illegal collection of taxes and harassment meted out by various unions and decided form an umbrella organization to work towards welfare activities.
A joint release issued by ACCODMWU sessional chairman Ghoshito Sumi and sessional secretary stated that the meeting resolved unanimously to form an Adhoc committee under the name of coordination committee, owners, drivers and motor workers union to fight to combat illegal taxation.