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Notes of gratitude
Published on 23 Mar. 2010 12:30 AM IST
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NPF Youth Wing of 57 Thonoknyu: NPF Youth Wing of 57 Thonoknyu A/C has expressed gratitude to P. Longon, minister for Land Resources Development and Soil and Water Conservation and S. Heno, parliamentary secretary, Fisheries, RR and Printing and Stationary, for gracing the function of official declaration of village names of Panso B to Pathso and Panso A to Pathso Nokeng. The youth wing stated that the correction of village nomenclature during the regime of the DAN Government had fulfilled the aspirations of the people of the two villages.
19 Phek ACCC: 19 Phek ACCC has expressed gratitude to I. Imkong NPCC president for appointing Dr. K. Hoshi, former INC candidate of 19 Phek assembly constituency as media cell chairman, NPCC and for taking him into the party fold.
LCC: Lakeview Colony Council (LCC), Naga Cemetery has expressed gratitude to Ghutoshe Sumi, contractor and all the workers for the construction of Naga Cemetery road. The council further wished him success in all his future endeavors.
KBPF: Kohima Baptist Pastors’ Fellowship (KBPF) has expressed gratitude to chief minister Neiphiu Rio, Dr. Shürhozelie, minister for Urban Development, Kohima DC and department of planning and coordination for purchasing 10.54 acres land at chunca Boundaries, N. Road, Tulelie, S. Road, E.Rhieo Clan, W. Tulelie Land for use of new Christian cemetery. The fellowship also thanked PHED communication and capacity development unit, Er. Kevisekho Kruse, executive director and staff for making two rain harvest tanks in the common grave yard below BSF camp.
150 CRPF battalion: 150 CRPF battalion has thanked Imchalu village for setting good example in protection and conservation of flora and fauna within its jurisdiction and appealed to other villages to follow the example in maintenance of eco system. The 150 battalion CRPF thanked the villagers for allowing security forces to fetch water free of cost from the streams of Minkong forest over the years. Stating that civic action programme was an important component in developing police-public relations at grass root level, Commandant, 150 Battalion CRPF said the unit was doing its best to foster relationship with people at the grass root level.
3 Dimapur II: 3 Dimapur II A/C has expressed gratitude to NPCC CLP and all party men and women, business community and individuals and well wishers for their physical and moral contribution during the Bandh on March 20. A release issued 3 Dimapur II A/C president P Inavi Zhimo appreciated the Congress for working tirelessly toward success of the bandh.
UNBC: Upper Nagabazar Baptist Church (UNBC) Kohima has expressed gratitude to all well wishers and churches who contributed help and support through prayers, materially and financially towards the construction of its church building dedicated on March 14.
DCC Dimapur: District Congress Committee (DCC) Dimapur has expressed gratitude to all business establishments, institutions, civil societies, student organizations and public of Dimapur for extending cooperation towards the six-hour statewide bandh imposed by state Congress party on March 20. DCC stated the success of the bandh signified public resentment against the state ruling DAN government for its corruption in all fronts. KNSK: Konyak Nyupuh Sheko Khong (KNSK) Chen unit undertook an exposure trip to Delhi and Agra from March 5 to 13 and has expressed gratitude to C.L. John, MLA 45 Tehok A/C and W. Wangyuh, former MP Lok Sabha for extending financial support during the trip.
CPC: Under the initiative of the Christian Prayer Centre (CPC) the Lord’s program for the Chakhesang Revival Church Fellowship was held at Town Hall Phek, from March 12 to 14 last under the theme, “I am the vine, you are the branches, he who abides in me and I him, bears much fruit for without me you can do nothing” John 15:5. The organizers thanked the speakers, Sanyi Nyekha, pastor Chesezu NCRC, Hovikrol, pastor, NCRC PR Hill Kohima, Lalhou Asst. pastor Kigwema NCRC and program chairman, Zachita Khesoh and Vepayi, advance prayer group, praise and worship team, host of the program Zevamu khesoh and family, HoDs at Phek town and well wishers.

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