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March 26
Published on 27 Mar. 2010 12:36 AM IST
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Kohima to observe earth hour
DIMAPUR: Kohima district will be observing Earth Hour on March 27 from 8:30 p.m to 9:30 p.m. Pledging support to save planet Earth, all citizens have been requested to take part in this global event by switching off lights for one hour.
Moulana Tayabur to visit Dimapur
DIMAPUR: Mazlise-Ittahadul Ulema (Union of Muslim Pastors) would be organizing a mass prayer function at Iddgah prayer ground, Dimapur on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8.30 p.m where all devoted Muslims are invited to participate. The prayer function would be graced by Allama Tayabur Rahman Borbuiya (MM, Triple MA, Gold Medalist), Member of Muslim Personal Law Board and Ameer-e-Shariyat, Northeast India.
Training on banana fibre extraction
DIMAPUR: Central Institute of Horticulture, Medziphema is organizing one-day training on ‘Banana fibre extraction’ on March 30, 9.30 a.m at SHN, 4th Mile, Dimapur. All interested banana growers, unemployed youth, SHG, NGO and individuals have been to submit names by March 27 and call 03862-247707/9436606368 for further information.
ANSTA Kohima Meeting
Dimapur: The ANSTA Kohima unit has convened a meeting on March 31 in ANSTA guest house, conference hall. All schools,GPS, GMS,GHS and GHSS under Kohima division are requested to send two or more representatives for the meeting.
BJP Mon meeting
DIMAPUR: Mon district Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has convened an executive meeting on March 27, 2pm at the residence of state BJP vice president, Khungwang Konyak to deliberate issues at district level.
WSTH executive meeting
DIMAPUR: Meeting of all the executive members of Western Sumi Totimi Hoho (WSTH) has been convened on March 27, 9 at its office, Chekiye village.
KOHIMA: In pursuant to resolution 1 adopted during the meeting of All Nagaland State Service 6th ROP Demand Forum held on March 24, all executive members of the forum have been asked to attend CANSSEA’s executive meeting to be held on March 27.
‘His Love’ debut album
TUENSANG: The debut album ‘His Love’ by Yangdipi Sangtam would be released on March 27 at 4.30 pm at ENSF Conference hall Tuensang. The debut alum His Love will be release by I. Namang Chang contractor NCSU. The debut album His Love is sponsored by Farukh Khan (Aruk Yim).
ANAGTU Tuensang meeting
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Tuensang unit of ANAGTU has been convened on March 30, 10 am at GHSS, Tuensang. All G/T whose documents have been already verified from DoSE have been requested to submit membership fee of Rs 200. Meanwhile the unit has also requested the department concerned to regularize Adhoc graduate teachers as per OM No Ar-5/ASSO/98 dated August 8, 2008 at Kohima.
Language teacher’s training programme
KOHIMA: The Language Teacher’s Training Programme for Tenyidie and Rengma languages will be conducted by Central Institute of Indian Language, Mysore from March 29 to 31 starting 10.30 am at Mezhur Higher Secondary School, Kohima.. All 68 GPS under DIS Kohima, 32 GPSs under DIS Chiephobozou and 32 GPSs under DIS Tseminyu have been directed to send one teacher at the programme.
ACYA/ACP get-together
KOHIMA: A get-together cum picnic former and present office bearers of Angami Catholic Youth Association (ACYA) and Angami Catholic Priests (ACPs) will be held on April 10 at Mount Tabor Retreat Centre, Kohima. For further details members are to contact 9856302628 (President ACYA) and 9856188186 (vice president ACYA).
ANCSU meeting
DIMAPUR: An emergency executive meeting of All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has been convened on March 27, 11 am at its Office Chamber. LIFE PRO to open head office
KOHIMA: LIFE PRO sound solution will inaugurate its head office on March 27, 5 p.m at Old Ministers’ Hill, near Blue Hill bus station, Kohima with Gugs Chishi, project director, Music Task Force as the chief guest.
Seminar on career guidance
DIMAPUR: Kacharigaon Phevima Students Union (KPSU) will be organizing a “Seminar on Career Guidance & Entrepreneurship” on March 27, 10 am at the Village Panchayat Hall, Dimapur.
WSSU 2nd Union Assembly
DIMAPUR: Western Sumi Students Union (WSSU) has convened its 2nd Union Assembly on March 30, 10 am at its Union Office, Thahekhu. All affiliated Unit President, General Secretary, Unit Representatives, Advisory board WSSU and the Ex-Presidents of WSSU are requested to attend the assembly.
CANSSEA meeting
DIMAPUR: Confederation of All Nagaland State Service Employees’ Association (CANSSEA) has convened an emergency meeting on March 27, 10.30am at the conference hall of CANSSEA office, High School Road Kohima. All central office bearers, two members each from affiliated associations and three members each from district & sub-divisional units have been requested to attend the meeting.
WASU Presidential meeting
DIMAPUR: Presidential meeting of Western Angami Students Union (WASU) has been convened on March 27,9 am at Thezoma Building, opposite NST. All Presidents of different Units of Western Angami Students Union (WASU) and Executives of WASU have been informed to attend the meeting.
ARSU emergency meeting
DIMAPUR: Akhuluto Range Students Union (ARSU) has convened an emergency meeting on March 29, 10 am at ARSU office. All executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
United Baptist Churches Association
DIMAPUR: United Baptist Churches Association (UBCA) NEI has convened an emergency meeting on March 27, 9 am at the office of UBC Balijan near LRC Dimapur. General Secretary, Pastor L.Hevuto Awomi has requested all Executive Board members and all Pastors of United Baptist Churches to attend the meeting.
NU declares MA result
DIMAPUR: The provisional result of Nagaland University M.A English second and fourth semester examinations, M.A Education Second and fourth semester examinations, M.A History & Archaeology second and fourth semester examinations, M.Com second and end semester examination, M. Sc. Botany second and fourth semester examinations, M.A. Economics second and fourth semester examinations has been declared.
GB Association to resume agitation
DIMAPUR: Reiterating its resolution on January 6 to agitate against any department shifting from Akuluto to any other place, GB Association of Akuluto area in its emergency meeting on March 25 have decided to resume the agitation against the inauguration of post office at NU Lumami. GB Association secretary in a press release stated that association had not authorized any person to publish issue of post office inauguration. Further, it stated that the association would agitate until the department revoked the down grade order and re-function the office in full swing at Akuluto sub-division within one month.
NGOs seek intervention for AS project
DIMAPUR: The applicant NGOs from Longkhim/Chare have sought intervention of State Mission Authority (SMA) for re-selection for running Alternative Schooling project under Sarva Shiksha Abhivan (SSA) according to the criteria laid down in the advertisement by the SMA. In a joint press statement the two NGOs from Social Welfare Society and Akheta Welfare Society said, running for Alternative Schooling under SSA, advertised through SMA on October 20, 2009, was aimed to bring all Out of School Children (O.SC) in the age group of 6 to 14 years into the formal school. The NGO’s who took up the programme alleged that district selection board had made the selection “haphazardly with their own vested interest” and without fulfilling the criteria laid down by the SMA.
Thonoknyu A/C lauds Dr. S.C Jamir
DIMAPUR: Steering committee of Non-NPF parties of 57 Thonoknyu A/C visited S.C. Jamir, former governor of Maharashtra on March 20 at his residence at Chumukedima. In a press statement convenor steering committee Puthse lauded S.C. Jamir for his commendable job done outside Nagaland which brought laurels to people of Nagaland.The committee while expressing happiness over the veteran leader’s return to the state also highlighted the problems faced by Thonoknyu A/C Congress party. The release further stated Dr. S.C. Jamir has shared directions and vision for Nagaland. Meanwhile, committee expressed willingness to join the party and hoped for a fruitful outcome in the days ahead.

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