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April 3
Published on 4 Apr. 2010 12:03 AM IST
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USSC: United Sangtam Students’ Conference (USSC) has mourned the sudden demise of Kiyato Sangtam, GB at Kiphire on March 31. In a condolence note, USSC expressed that late Kiyato contributed much to the society in various forms and was a renowned person in the society particularly to the eastern people. A good adviser to the students and served the government in the capacity of DB for a long period of time and also as GB till his last breath. The conference further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
GSU: Ghokimi Students Union has condoled the demise of Khukiye G Swu (tribunals ) GKK and former president. The union stated that the demise of Swu a sincere and dedicated leader had created a vacuum in the union offered condolences to the bereaved family while praying to almighty God to rest his soul in peace.
LLRPO: Lotha Lower Range Public Organization (LLRPO) has expressed grief over the demise of Nzanbemo Kinghen of Champang Village and first LLRPO president on April 2 at Wokha Town. Further, has extended condolence to the bereaved family members.
ENCSU: Eastern Nagaland Contractors and suppliers’ union (ENCSU) Kiphire branch has expressed grieve over the demise of Kiyato Sangtam on March 31 at Kiphire town. Eastern Nagaland Contractors and suppliers’ union in a condolence message said, late Kiyato was one of the senior contractors in Kiphire district and a member of eastern Nagaland Contractors and suppliers union Kiphire who stood and shared his vision for all round productivity of the union in the district and eastern region in particular. ENCSU Kiphire branch further extend condolence to the bereaved family members.
WTOE: Members of Wokha town Okotso Ekhung (WTOE) has condoled the demise of Achum Ngully, commissioner and secretary, land resources department on March 23. According to the union, late Achum was an efficient and committed officer and that his demise was a loss for the whole Lotha community.

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