Free screening camp for Hepatitis
KOHIMA: A free screening camp for Hepatitis B and C will be held at Naga Hospital Authority Kohima on March 5 at Microbiology Department during OPD hours.
Viphoma village GMS inauguration
KOHIMA: Government Middle School (GMS) at Viphoma village will be inaugurated on March 3, 10 am by state chief minister Neiphiu Rio as chief guest.
KOHIMA: Northern Angami Youth Organization (NAYO) general conference 2010 under the theme “Youth Renaissance” has been convened on March 13, 10 am at Kohima college auditorium (New Campus) with Dr. Neikesalie Kire, MLA cum chairman KVIB as resource person. The NAYO conference 2010 is being held under the patronage of Neibalie Rio, PRO to chief minister, Abu Metha, press secretary to chief minister, Dr. Neiphrezo Keditsu, entrepreneur, Atou Tsiirho, contractor, Ba-o Fulutsii, contactor and Kezha Kire, entrepreneur. All bona fide member of NAYO have been requested to attend the conference and a registration fee of Rs 5 shall be charged from all the delegates.
AAPF prayer meeting
DIMAPUR: Aghunara Area Pastors’ Fellowship (AAPF) has informed that a prayer meeting would be held on March 3 and 4 at Zutoi Baptist Church. All Aghunaqa area pastors, area representative of WSBAK, executive council members, women standing committee, youth standing committee, GB Hoho office bearers, AASU president and general secretary have been requested to attend the prayer meeting. All the delegates have also been informed to reach Zutoi village by 7:30am on March 4 to attend the prayer meeting.
DMRU general meeting
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Moka Range Union (DMRU) has convened a general meeting on March 6, 10am at the union mission. All members have been requested to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: Japukong Students’ Conference (JSC) has informed that handing and taking over of new office bearers, executives and advisors for the present tenure would be held on March 5, 10am at the residence of its treasurer, Longchem. All new and old office bearers, executives and advisors have been requested to attend the programme.
Social work at DBS Longsa
DIMAPUR: The staffs and students of Don Bosco School (DBS) Longsa under Wokha district have expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the parents of Don Bosco School Longsa village for whitewashing the school and conducting social work around the school on February 28. The headmistress of the school, Benthunglo Michael Ezung said that the contribution towards the school was the need of the hour after 12 years. The headmistress further thanked the village council chairman, Chopathung Ezung and VDB secretary Zuthungbemo for contributing the lunch and the whitewashing materials to the school. The school also thanked the parents for donating cash to the school.
ZASA new team
DIMAPUR: Zunheboto Area Sports Association (ZASA) has elected new office bearers for the tenure 2010 to 2013 under the banner of Zunheboto Area G.Bs Association .The newly elected office bearers include Uketo Yeptho(Yemishe) as president, and P.Ahto Yeptho(Sukhalu) as general secretary. Meanwhile, the newly elected office bearers acknowledged the G.Bs association for their financial help extended to ZASA and parliamentary secretary Commerce and Industries Dr. K.C Nihoshe for contributing Rs.1 lakh to ZASA for participating in the All Sumi games and Sports Tournament to be held at Niuland from March 9 to 12.
ANSTA Wokha unit lauds
DIMAPUR: ANSTA Wokha unit has appreciated and thanked commissioner and secretary, Mhathung Kithan for visiting GHSS Bhandari on February 26. A press release issued by president ANSTA Wokha unit P.Zubenthung Humtsoe informed that commissioner and secretary had an interactive meeting with the DEO, DIS of Wokha and Bhandari, teaching faculty of GHSS Bhandari, ANSTA officials of Wokha unit, Kyong Hoho and Kyong students union. The unit also thanked heads of the district education department, chairman of Kyong hoho, president Kyong students union, advisors and officials of ANSTA Wokha unit for sparing time and accompanying the commissioner and secretary.
Signal Angami Village clarifies
DIMAPUR: Referring to the news item published in a local daily on February 23 about objections to recognizing Signal Colony within 30 days the secretary of Signal Angami Village Council Eyongol Natso in a release has clarified the location of the proposed colony has not been specified. The release further said Signal Angami Village was a “recognized village” having clearly demarcated boundaries and the village council has resolved not to allow any new colony within its boundaries. The Council asked the authorities not to recognize any new village within its boundaries without the approval of Signal Angami Village Council.
30 Alongtaki ACCC strengthened
DIMAPUR: In a general meeting held on February 27, the 30 Alongtaki ACCC office bearers decided to strengthen the assembly segment by welcoming the new NPCC president I Imkong Ao and decided to stand by his leadership. A release issued by 30 Alongtaki ACCC (AC) general secretary Ayuba Imchen decided to reorganize a new team of ACCC along with party main stream befittingly. It also resolved to stand behind the leadership of AICC president Sonia Gandhi and join political hand with the leadership for effective implementation of useful policies for the state of Nagaland.
Clarification on essay result
KOHIMA: Apropos the news report on essay competition prize distribution under the headline “Call for active involvement in sanitation” the school of the first prize winner should be read as Government High School Purana Bazaar, Dimapur.
NCRC Sumi Council mid-term meeting
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Christian Revival Church (NCRC) Sumi Council mid-term meeting has been convened on March 9, 4pm at NCRC Sumi Purana Bazaar Church, Dimapur. All council members, executive members, women department, youth department, mission department, LBC Ayinato and pastor fellowship NCRC Sumi have been requested to attend the meeting.
5 held for creating commotion
DIMAPUR: At least five persons have been arrested by security forces for creating commotion in Dimapur Club during the celebration of Holi festival February 28 evening here. In a letter addressed to state commissioner and secretary to chief minister, the deputy commissioner Dimapur Maongwati Aier, Monday informed that a person from Marwari community, in an inebriated condition, started to call his friends and created commotion when the festival ended in the club that evening. Upon coming to know about the commotion, security forces swung into action and arrested five persons including one Nepali, one Marwari and three Nagas. A regular case has been registered with West Police Station, the DC said, adding that SP Dimapur has been directed not to release any of the arrested.