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Published on 24 Mar. 2010 12:13 AM IST
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Muivah dedicates new Church at Hebron
DIMAPUR: A new church building in Council Headquarters, Hebron was inaugurated and dedicated with Ato Kilonser, GPRN Th.Muivah as the Chief Functionary. The church, with standard seating capacity was constructed with donations from the members of NSCN. Incidentally, March 23 also happened to be the 75th birthday of Th.Muivah. While cutting the cake, members joined to wish their beloved leader a long life. According to a press release issued by MIP GPRN, Muivah said “How long I have been a fool never giving thanks to God for giving me such a life and for so long. Today I feel a blessed man because I realize my mistake”
Receipt of govt. bills
DIMAPUR: State bank of India has notified that all government bills, cheques should be submitted latest by 6 pm on March 31 to facilitate payment on that day. All treasury officers and sub-treasury officers have been informed to comply with the notification.
Khaghaboto village changes name
DIMAPUR: GBs of Khaghaboto area in its general meeting held at Khaghaboto on March 20, unanimously resolved to change the nomenclature of Khaghaboto Area GBs Hoho to Khaghaboto Kukami Kuqhakulu (KKK) with immediate effect. A release issued by KKK president Jacob Zhimomi stated that all official correspondence relating to KKK should be addressed through the new name.
Water supply in parts of Kohima to be affected
KOHIMA: Water supply to Raj Bhavan area, New Market, Assam Rifles Camp, D. Block, Daklane, main town Kohima, North P.S, Bayavü hill, Sepfüzou, High School, Kohima Village, New Secretariat Complex, Assembly Complex will be affected due to damage of main pipe line (200 mm dia C.I Pipe) near Raj Bhavan area in Kohima. SDO PHED (Urban) informed that restoration work may take at least seven days, for which residents of the area have been requested to bear with inconvenience.
India on Wheels seminar
DIMAPUR: A seminar organized by India on Wheels will be held on March 26 at Oasis Centre Dimapur from 1 pm with NEZCC Director Hekhali Zhimomi IAS as chief guest and at Kohima on March 27 at state academy hall from 1pm. All members and achievers have been invited to attend the programme.
SRSU annual audit
DIMAPUR: Satoi Range Students’ Union (SRSU) would conduct its annual audit on March 30 at Hq. Satoi town. Union has requested all executive members to attend the meet.
STSU jubilee declaration service
DIMAPUR: Satoi Town Students’ Union (STSU) would observe its Year of Jubilee Declaration Day on April 1 at Satoi town on completion of its 25 years. All former presidents and office bearers, executive members and students have been requested to attend the service.
Kohima Akuk Eloe Khumshum
KOHIMA: Kohima Akuk Eloe Khumshum (KAEK) has convened annual meet cum get-together on March 27, 10 am at the residence of Khriemenuo W. Kithan. All denizens have been requested to attend the meeting.
Yimchungrii Akherü Arihako
KOHIMA: Emergency executive meeting of Yimchungrii Akherü Arihako (YAA) Kohima has been convened on March 26, 3 pm at the residence of its baker. All executives and office bearers have been informed to attend the meeting.
training on mother tongue
KOHIMA: With regard to mother tongue teacher training to be held on March 31, 10 am at Mezhür Higher Secondary School, DIS Kohima has informed GPS Chiephobozou and Tseminyu to depute one teacher each to the training.
SBC new Church building dedicated
DIMAPUR: Sughuna Baptist Church (SBC) new Church building was dedicated on March 21 by Rev. S. Vitoshe Swu, ES WSBAK Akuvito. According to a press note issued by Ahovi, pastor SBC, the dedication programme was attended by Dimapur Sakipheto area, neighbouring Churches and by all Church members of Sughuna.
DKPU annual social work
DIMAPUR: Dapfhütsumia Khel Peli Union (DKPU) Kohima village has informed that there would be an annual social work on March 27 at Dzucha. All members and well wishers under D-Khel of the village have been requested to participate in the social work. Union has also informed members to bring their own spade, machete and sack for the social work.
ANAGTU meeting
DIMAPUR: ANAGTU, Zunheboto Unit has convened a meeting on March 27, 10 a.m at Academic cum hostel & Coaching Centre near Old Town Bazar Fellowship. All members who are in service for more than 3 years (2002) and documents verified from directorate Kohima have been requested to submit at the meeting.
VEC Kiruphema appeal to Education dept
DIMAPUR: Village Education Committee (VEC) Kiruphema has appealed to department of Education and the government to give final decision on SIT report at the earliest. A press release issued by VEC Kiruphema chairman, Gonei-u Sirie stated that appeal had been put up as five of its GMS teaching staff were under verification. Expressing concern that school would stop functioning without teachers, VEC urged responsible authorities to solve the matter at the earliest.
DIMAPUR: Under the authorization of All Nagaland State Services 6th ROP Demand Forum (ANSSROPDF), all state Government Service Associations in Mokokchung district held a meeting on March 22 and formed ANSSROPDF-Mokokchung Unit to demand implementation of 6th ROP in toto w.e.f 1st January 2006. The forum supported the decision taken by ANSSROPDF central office, Kohima and urged other districts to extend cooperation for effective implementation of legitimate rights.
Healing crusade held
KOHIMA: NST Colony Christian Fellowship Kohima conducted a healing crusade on March 20 and 21 on the theme “Come unto me and I will give you rest” with Vicalie Yashü, director of Praise and Worship Ministry CRMC as the speaker. Many people attended the crusade where healing of physical as well as spiritual illnesses took place.
Hope Ministries terminate its member
DIMAPUR: Hope Ministries headquarters Dimapur in its executive board members have decided to terminate Dipon Koch, an evangelist working under its ministry since 2009. Mission director, Tonivi K. Awomi in a press release informed that decision was taken at a joint meeting on March 20 due to reasons concerning his personal life. It also informed that ministry would not be held responsible for him regarding any reason.
NBSE becomes COBSE member
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has become a member board of Council of Boards of Social Education in India (COBSE) whose members accord reciprocal recognition to each other’s examinations.
As such, NBSE accords reciprocal recognition to examinations of the Boards, Councils, or agencies who are members of COBSE in India only.
A notification from Nagaland Board of School Education on March 22 stated that admission of students in the registered schools of NBSE were accepted from those students who have studied from Boards and Councils which are recognized by NBSE and on fulfilling other criteria as prescribed by NBSE. The NBSE also stated that any person pursuing higher studies in unrecognized, fake, selfstyled, boards, councils or agencies shall be doing so at their own risk. Member boards of COBSE include 47 schools.
AKM meet to check illegal immigrants
DIMAPUR: Ao Students’ Conference (AKM) has convened a consultative coordination meeting at Tuli on March 20 where several NGOs from Tuli and Tzüdikong attended the meeting.
The meeting deliberated on need to check unabated influx of illegal migrants into the state, particularly to Mokokchung district. While acknowledging the endeavour of AKM to preserve culture, blood and social fabric Langpangkong Students’ Conference (LKM) as well as public leaders present in the meeting unanimously pledged to support and to cooperate AKM in the ongoing Survival Mokokchung Campaign to register non-locals at Tuli and Tzüdikong areas.
Also marking the 24th NSF Martyr’s Day, the house observed 1 minute silence as a sign of respect to Vikhozo and Kekoujalie.
JDU members join NPF
DIMAPUR: Coinciding with Plenary session of NPF, several leaders of JDU Nagaland joined NPF fold.
The members which include office bearers S. Limatemjen, National Council Member, Richard Humtsoe, National General Secretary (Youth) in-charge N. East, I. Toshi Ozukum, vice president, Nagaland State, L. Yanger, General Secretary, State, Bao Angami, Joint Secretary, State and Meyisosang, President, Mokochung District (who joined the NPF with more than a thousand members) were introduced by Secretary General K.G. Kenyei and formally received into NPF party on March 18.

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