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Notes of gratitude
Published on 1 Mar. 2010 12:48 AM IST
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Dr. Motsuo Memorial district hospital : The medical superintendent and staff of Dr. Motsuo Memorial District Hospital, Wokha has expressed gratitude to the governor of Nagaland, Nikhil Kumar for visiting the hospital and boosting their moral in their endeavor to provide quality health care services to the sick and needy. The staffs have lauded him for announcing to provide the much needed drilling water for the hospital which was a vital need and a long cherished dream which could not be accomplished for the last many years. Further they wished him success and uttered hope that he would continue with his service where it was genuinely needed. ZVC: Zhuikhu Village Council (ZVC) has expressed gratitude to commandant 20 AR, Medziphema for renovating the village school building and also for donating plastic chairs to the school. A press note issued by ZVC chairman, Dr. Kakheto Zhimomi also lauded 20 AR, Medziphema for their service being rendered towards the rural poor. PUK: Phom Union Kohima (PUK) has expressed gratitude to Sechü (Zubza) village council and GBs for giving information of Longküp Phom who went missing from upper Chandmari, Kohima. The union also expressed gratitude to all individuals for their support and cooperation especially the lady who had generously taken care of the girl. Village Councils: Village Council Chairmen of Sungkha, Mongphio, Lishio, Lio Wokha old, Lio Wokha new Suphayan, Yenchio and Hayiyan villages under Wokha district have expressed gratitude to District Fisheries Officer (DFO), Wokha and staff for conducting need based training for the fish farming community of the area. VCC of the eight villages while appreciating the gesture also lauded the endeavor of DFO Wokha for their dedication in reaching out to neglected regions of the state. GSONSO: The Green Succession of Nagaland State Organization (GSONSO) has appreciated the department of Forest Nagaland for apprehending four persons who were found indulging in illegal activities related to hunting and poaching at Singphan Wildlife Sanctuary on February 19. The organization while extending solidarity to the responsible department has also appealed for a regular checking of such activities which were rampantly practiced in the state. Further, the organization has appealed to all sections of people to acquaint themselves with the present environmental situation and to work towards restoration of ecological balance and healthier environment which is the fundamental basis for sustainable development. Meanwhile, the organization in a press note jointly issued by Jess T. Murry, chairman and Dr. Nzan Humtsoe, assistant general secretary GSONSO has requested all its members to attend a meeting convened on March 1 at Tourist Lodge, Dimapur STGA Kiphire: Small Tea Growers Association (STGA), Kiphire district has expressed gratitude to Tea Board officials led by P. Chhetry for inspecting genuine tea gardens of the district on foot with the tea gardens being far away from the approach road/main road.

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