Breaking News
Nagaland Post Logo
You are here:  Skip Navigation LinksHome » Show story
Condolence messages
DIMAPUR
:
Published on 1 Mar. 2010 12:47 AM IST
Print  Text Size
 

NACF: Niuland Area Citizens’ Forum (NACF) has mourned the demise of Hakhize Zhimo, founder of Hakhizhe village and father of Kakheto Zhimo, executive member NACF on February 27. In a condolence message, the forum stated that late Hakhizhe was one among the oldest surviving head GBs of Western Sumi and that his demise was great loss not only to his family members, villagers but also to entire western Sumi in general. Naghuto (Old): The GBs and elders of Naghuto (Old) village have mourned the demise of Kivito Wotsa, retired teacher and former council member of Naghuto (Old) village on February 14. NCSU: Nagaland Contractors’ and Suppliers’ Union (NCSU) has mourned the demise of Vezopa Khusoh, elder brother of Tseibou Khusoh, vice president NCSU on February 22. The union conveyed its condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed for rest and peace to the departed soul. RASU: Ralan Area Students’ Union (RASU) has mourned the demise of Alumo Patton, a prominent educationalist on February 14. The union has described the deceased as a man of moral integrity who contributed much towards the Ralan community and his demise was a great loss for RASU in particular and Ralan area people in general. The union also stated that during his life time he served in various educational institutions in Nagaland as principal at Sao-Chang College Tuensang, senior political science lecturer in Fazl Ali College Mokokchung, principal at Dimapur Government College, principal at Eden Higher Secondary school among others. . WRSU: Wozhuro Range Students’ Union (WRSU) has mourned the demise of Marashan Tungue on February 19 at Wokha Town. The union has conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed for solace and comfort at the hour of grief. NPYC: Nagaland Pradesh Youth Congress (NPYC) has mourned the sudden demise of Mirdul Gogoi, Secretary Indian Youth Congress on February 27. A condolence message by NPYC stated that late Gogoi was an active political party worker among North-East Youth Congress from Assam State, who brought many laurels to the NE region. Stating that he had recently attended the first State Executives meeting with NPYC at Congress Bhawan at Kohima, NPYC also expressed that his diligence and indispensable action towards Youth Congress in the nation and states had a tremendous remark in the history of Youth Congress. PGSU (L): The post graduate students Lumami PGSU (L) has mourned by the demise of Dziiviho Kiso, father of Kedenu Esther Kiso of Sociology Department 3rd semester. The PGSU (L) conveyed its condolence to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.

 
Comments:(0) Login or Register to post your Comment
(Available for registered users only)
 
 
 
News:
Date:
 
More News
  • 1
  • 2