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Published on 19 Apr. 2010 11:30 PM IST
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Mao Council: Mao Council has mourned the demise of Dr. Komuni Kathepri on April 13 at Zion hospital, Dimapur. The council further has conveyed condolence to the bereaved family and prayed to grant them solace and comfort and for the departed soul to rest in peace.
KUK: Khiamniungan Union Kohima (KUK) has grieved the sudden demise of B. Bumo, headmaster, Christian High school Noklak, at Kohima on April 15 while he was on official duty. The union in a condolence note has said the contributions of late Bumo would be always cherished and further conveyed heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family members.
Meanwhile, KUK has appreciated the services and contributions made by P. Longon, minister and S. Heno, parliamentary secretary for immediate arrangement for the last journey of late Bumo, without whom the union alone could not have carried the task. The union also acknowledged the members and friends for rendering the helping hand towards the union.
KSUD: Khiamniungan Students’ Union Dimapur (KSUD) has expressed condolence over the demise of B. Bumo, headmaster Christian High School, Noklak on April 15. The union in a condolence eulogized late Bumo as a ‘dynamic headmaster known for his sincerity and dedication’ and termed his early demise as a great loss and conveyed sympathy to the bereaved family.
NNP+: NNP+ has saddened by the demise of Dr. Kumani, the brain behind the establishment of NNP+ secretariat during her tenure as project director, NSACS. NNP+ expressed that Dr. Kumuni always guided the newly born NNP+ through out the journey, not just a leader, but a mother, a friend, and mentor to them.
NNP+ also conveyed condolences to the family members and prayed Almighty God to grant them solace and strength at the hour of grief and grant eternal peace to the departed soul.
KNCS: Kyong Naga Cultural Society (KNCS) has expressed shock over the demise of Dr. Kumuni Murry, director, Medical Services and wife of Dr. John Murry on April 13 at Zion Hospital, Dimapur. In her demise, the society has regretted that the Naga society had lost a sincere and dedicated women officer particularly in the field of HIV and AIDS.
KNCS also conveyed condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.

 
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