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May 9
Published on 10 May. 2010 12:10 AM IST
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CANSSEA general meeting
DIMAPUR: The Confederation of All Nagaland State Services Employees’ Association (CANSSEA) has convened a general meeting on May 11 at 11am at the conference hall.
NERSNA felicitation programme
DIMAPUR: The North Eastern Region Service Nepali Association (NERSNA), Kohima has convened a felicitation programme in honour of all the successful students of HSLC and HSSLC examination on May 15 and requested all the students to attend the programme. Further all the successful Nepali/Gorkha students of HSLC and HSSLC have been requested to submit their names to the association or contact Anil Chetri, general secretary NERSNA.
ARSU biannual magazine
DIMAPUR: Atoizu Range Students’ Union (ARSU) has informed all its constituent unit to submit statistical report for the publication of biannual magazine and all willing members to contribute articles for the magazine.
YAN, DYO joint meeting
DIMAPUR: A joint meeting of Youth Association of Nagaland (YAN) and Dimapur Youth Organization (DYO) has been convened on May 11 at 2pm at YAN office. All the members have been requested to attend the meeting.
NSUG peace rally
DIMAPUR: Naga Student’s Union Guwahati (NSUG) organized a peace rally on May 8 to protest against the unprovoked killings in Mao Gate on May 6. The rally was attended by student’s numbering about 200, including elders and well-wishers. The rally started from Nagaland House, 6th mile, Guwahati to Super market Dispur.
ZGC conducts social work
DIMAPUR: Zunheboto Government College (ZGC) under the initiative of vice principal, Dr. Vehuli Sema, co-ordinator of Youth Red Cross unit organized social work on May 8 on International Red Cross Day in the college campus. The students and faulty of the college participated in the social work where they cleaned drainage system, tended flower garden and white washed the buildings. The College Youth Red Cross Unit also visited Hezekhu Memorial District Hospital Zunheboto and distributed food items to the patients.
GPS Puneboqa inaugurated
DIMAPUR: Government Primary School (GPS), Puneboqa village under Deputy Inspector of Schools, Pughoboto was inaugurated on May 4 by Ghuzui Shohe, district education officer Zunheboto as chief guest. Speaking on the occasion, Ghuzui Shohe called upon for proper and judicious implementation of fund assisted under RMSA for construction of school building and also urged the villagers to cooperate with the department and teaching faculties. Further, the chief guest was accompanied by Shihoto Sumi, deputy inspector of school Pughoboto.
Farmers trg on horticultural crops held
DIMAPUR: Department of Horticulture conducted one day farmers training on horticultural crops under HTM on April 28 and 29 with C.K. Nihekhu Sema, deputy commissioner Longleng as chief guest in Longleng block and SDO (C) Tamlu in Tamlu block each under Longleng district. The training was attended by around 173 farmers and Pawan Kumar, deputy director Horticulture Kohima was the resource person. The chief guest in his address appreciated the Horticulture department for conducting such programme and also advised the farmers to be food sufficiency by the year 2020 from their production.
CASU educational tour
DIMAPUR: Chare Area Students’ Union (CASU) conducted educational tour on April 27 to 28 and inspected various government schools and government offices under its jurisdiction. Dongchem L. Mongzar, president CASU in a press statement said during the inspection it was been found that many erratic teachers and officials in various schools and offices were absent from service for many days. The union further urged the government servants under the area to perform their duties consistently.
Kiphire NPF meet held
DIMAPUR: Kiphire unit of NPF held a meeting on May 1 which was attended by party men and women from 60 and 59 Assembly Constituencies. Central officials Shingnyu and Licho T Thonger on assignment for Kiphire district addressed the meeting, which was chaired by unit president Lichokyü. The meeting deliberated on strengthening the party by holding regular meetings and mobilizing public support and the officials informed that indiscipline or misuse of funds would be tolerated at any level. Speakers in the meeting urged the in-charge officials to mobilize funds for construction of divisional office building at Kiphire HQ at the earliest.
NSCN terminates two
DIMAPUR: The 2nd Brigade, Naga Army, Designated Camp Khehoi, has issued the termination orders of: 2nd Lieut. Mughato, bearing Naga Army No. 16953, son of Nihoshe, hailing from R Hovishe Village, UT I Region, on the ground of breaching the marriage ahza of Nation and also for prolonged absence from duty. It also terminated Pte. Libonthung, bearing Naga Army No. 17713, son of Thechao, hailing from Chadi Village of Lotha Region. He was being discharged on medical ground. According to Col Aheto Chophy Camp Commander 2nd Brigade, Naga Army, the termination order stated that the two shall, henceforth, play no more roles in either civilian or military set up of the GPRN. The order comes into force from April 30 and 23 respectively.
AITC Nagaland unit consultative meeting
DIMAPUR: A consultative meeting of All India Trinamool Congress (AITC), Nagaland unit was held on April 30 at Dimapur where the members unanimously authorized Dr. Rilanthung Odyuo, former candidate to convene meetings and to take up with the central office for further necessary action pertaining to the party organization in Nagaland. In a press statement issued by Dr. Rilanthung Odyuo has stated that the meeting also appreciated the leadership of party’s national president and union Railway minister, Mamta Banerjee for the efforts being given in the larger developments of railways particularly in Northeastern states and Nagaland.
Training on intensive aquaculture
DIMAPUR: The 2nd phase training program on intensive aquaculture in ponds AND tanks sponsored by National Fisheries Development Board (NFDB) during 2009-10 was conducted at Tseminyu, Kohima district and Jalukie, Peren district from April 26 to 30 at TTB Conference Hall, Tseminyu Town and Jalukie Town Hall, Jalukie Town. Altogether 76 participants, 43 trainees at Tseminyu and 33 trainees at Jalukie representing various villages of Tseminyu and Jalukie sub-divisions attended the training. The resource persons at Tseminyu included Yhunsenlo Kent DFO Kohima, Rushulo Kent F.I Tuensang, MT.Wabang Lkr F.D, Shweni Ras F.D and Jonah Kent F.D while in Jalukie, the resource persons were Amenla Ao SDFO, Rongsenkumzuk FI, Directorate Kohima, MDilvi AFI, Jalukie and Haimia FD, Jalukie.
Pensioners’ verification in Longleng
DIMAPUR: Physical verification of all pensioners both live and family drawing pension from the sub-treasury office, Longleng will be conducted from May 26 to June 10 at the sub-treasury office Longleng, during the normal office hour. STO Longleng Temsu Longkumer has requested all pensioners to appear for verification.
ATAN appeals to government
DIMAPUR: Aggrieved Teacher Association of Nagaland has appealed to the state government to implement the assurance given by state chief minister Neiphiu Rio on April 9 during the strike at Kohima. The Association also demanded to declare SVC verification result at the earliest possible as any delay or failure of the assurance would not solve the problem but tarnish the good name of the chief minister’s office.
DDK to telecast ‘Vibrant Echoes’
DIMAPUR: Doordarshan Kendra Kohima will telecast the folk music extravaganza, ‘Vibrant Echoes’, featuring various tribes of Nagaland on May 10 at 5.30pm.
CLP emergency meet
DIMAPUR: An emergency meeting of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) would be held on May 12, at 2pm at the residence of C .Apok Jamir, parliamentary secretary to CLP at ‘WALUJEN’, Half Nagarjan, Dimapur. All members have been requested to attend the meeting.
MCYA bans alcohol
DIMAPUR: Model Colony Youth Association (MCYA) has banned the sale of alcohol and ‘gutkas’ within Model Colony, Purana Bazar (Zion hospital area). In a press statement Yekato Kiho, president and Vinoto Chisho, general secretary MCYA has requested all shops and individuals to comply with the order. Failing which the defaulters would be penalized and strict action would be initiated against them, association informed.
ANPWDFWA meeting
DIMAPUR: A general meeting of All Nagaland PWD Field Workers’ Association (ANPWDFWA) has been convened on May 21 from 10 am at PWD rest house Dimapur. All unit presidents, general secretaries of PWD (R&B) and Housing are requested to attend the meeting positively. The association also further informed all defaulting members to submit membership fee during the meeting. Meanwhile, association appealed to the government to implement service regularization of work charge employees under PWD (R&B) and housing who have completed 15 years and above through seniority wise, as discussed earlier.
Village Council Sovima meeting
DIMAPUR: A meeting for the elders of Sovima Village Council has been convened on May 12 from 10 am at the village council hall. All former village council members, elders and well wishers have been invited to attend the meeting.
ANSTA, Phek appeal to election officer
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association (ANSTA), Phek district in a representation to election officer Phek has appealed not to deploy teachers in the forthcoming general elections. ANSTA Phek mentioned that when teachers were deployed as presiding and polling officers they had to undergo training requiring days for polling arrangement to be carried out by neglecting their classroom activities. It stated that deploying school teachers in election duty hampered academic interest and career of the students and schools and that a teacher’s main assignment was to teach students and complete the syllabus within the given period.
Plea to retain DIS Mangolemba’s post
DIMAPUR: Presidents of 29 Jangpetkong and 30 Alongtaki NPF A/C appealed to the Education minister to retain posting of DIS Mangolemba Yarang Pongener in the interest of the party and public. While appreciating the decision to station the officer as DIS Mangkolemba, the presidents expressed surprise and alleged that some self interested students from Changkikong, Japukong and Tsurangkong have served an ultimatum to a serving government officer. Further, they also questioned the judgment of the student body in serving the ultimatum.
REUU on politicizing of funds, scheme
DIMAPUR: Rengma Educated Unemployed Union (REUU) has said the criteria laid down by department in various schemes, projects were being politicized by the ministers and bureaucrats for their own individual interest. All opportunities and privileges were availed by the rich and higher class people for the sake of downtrodden people in the society and justification on the failure of implementation of schemes did not hold water. Union stated that as a responsible leader of the Naga, the minister should advice and correct the bureaucrats for prevailing injustice. Union also flayed the blame game by the ministers to the department officials for the selection of schemes and projects where the department was also powerless to take up any decision at their obligatory level. Union added that department or the government should not nullify any “futurist union” as bogus or “contra spire with the planning”.
Chare area GBs resolution on 2011 census
DIMAPUR: A joint consultative meeting of all village councils, supervisors and enumerators under Chare area was held on April 30 in the office chamber of EAC and Charge Census Officer, Chare. T.L. Kiusumong Tikhir, NCS EAC and Charge Census Officer, Chare in a press statement said the meeting deliberated on census 2011 and resolved to facilitate in giving a clean and correct population figures or data under Chare area. Further resolved to extend all possible help to census officials, supervisors and enumerators for smooth conduct of the census operations and that village authority would not influence nor allow others in their respective jurisdiction to interfere in the works of supervisors and enumerators.
Veterinary camp held at Longsa village
DIMAPUR: As part of its continuing effort to move closer towards self sufficiency in meat and other livestock products, Mokokchung district veterinary office organized a health camp for livestock and poultry birds at Longsa village, about 30 KM from Mokokchung town on May 6. The day long general check up and treatment was conducted by Dr. Ben Meren, Dr. Tia, Dr. Swedevito and a number of Veterinary field staff. On the occasion vitamins and De-worming drugs were also distributed free of cost to the villagers. According to Mokokchung district veterinary officer Dr. Meren health camp was conducted successfully with the cooperation of the village council and the villagers.
Education dept Longleng release books
DIMAPUR: Education Department Longleng under the initiation of Lipok Jamir, DIS Longleng and TOTS, DMA Longleng compiled and printed a song book, scheme of work and latest progress report for uniformity of education patterned for Longleng district. The books were released by deputy commissioner Longleng C.K. Nihekhu Sema, as chief guest during a function held on April 26 at DC office, Longleng. The chief guest appreciated DIS Longleng, DMA staff and TOTS for maintaining uniformity in the standard of education system.
‘Nagas got talent’
DIMAPUR: Pheto Music Association (PMA) has requested all the interested to participate in the mega contest ‘Nagas Got Talent’ and to collect the registration forms available at various district outlets on or before May 20. Kashito Kiba, founder director PMA has informed that the forms are available at Furtados Music (India) Private Limited (9856281787), Music Ground (9862582382), Archies Shop Kohima, Synergy Group Enterprise and Season Café (9436005645, 9402489412) Wokha Life Line Medico (9862931155), Zunheboto district Amazing Gospel Band at Medley Shop Project colony (9863479049, 9402639942).
Charis School of worship graduation
DIMAPUR: Fifteen students of Charis School of Worship on May 6 graduated with certificates and awards for their excellence. The awards and certificates were given to the students by Dean, Azotuo Suokhrie. The best student award was received by Kedovino and Thanggoumin Kezhothito received the best vocal award and Ruopfüvinuo received the award for best recital. Students participated in various forms by giving a piano recital, solos, and Choreography and group song. The students along with the Dean also sang a composed song entitled” Glorify Your Name “. Bro. Mughavi spoke on behalf of the students. The message was delivered by the President of the School Kepe Nakhro.
NUDAWS holds tree plantation day
DIMAPUR: The Naghutomi Union Dimapur Area Welfare Society (NUDAWS) organized tree plantation day at Naghuto Old and New village under Zunheboto district on May 8 in collaboration with village councils of both the villages. According to a press note, around 200 people took part and 750 saplings of pine trees were planted.
Further, the organizers have expressed gratitude to Forest Department Zunheboto for providing pine tree saplings, Kuhokhe Y Chishi for providing transportation of saplings and Er. G. Chishi, SE (Electric) Dimapur for bearing the expenses of the programme including transportation of NUDA Welfare Society officials to the village.
Kohima Shaki fellowship held
DIMAPUR: Kohima town Shaki fellowship programme was held on May 8 at the residence of Chumthungo Khuvung, Agri/Forest Colony with deputy secretary, land revenue, Yantsow Khuvung as speaker. Sharing from the word of God, he said trials and temptations would befall upon each and everyone. However he said God will bestow priceless reward of salvation, if people continue to look up to Him. Secretary NLA, A . E Lotha also exhorted at the gathering to be sincere and dedicated while performing government service stating that service and work is next to God.
He urged people to develop dynamic work culture while performing their duties. Renjamo Khuvung, Retd. Jt. registrar, co-operation, emphasized on the importance of fellowship with the church, colony and believers and said happiness would prevail if one continued to have fellowship with one another. Yanthunglumo Khuvung, an elderly resident of Kohima encouraged the gathering to live in unity and to strengthen the ties with God. Robert Khuvung enthralled the gathering with a special number.
GSHG, Pangti 2nd plenary session
DIMAPUR: The Genus Self Help Group (GSHG), Pangti held its 2nd plenary session on April 26 at Tchu-Yenjo project Pangti. The house inducted five ladies as executive members and also resolved to check imbalances in the under going projects of various departments for the welfare of the area in particular and the range in general.
The GSHG further expressed gratitude to advisors; P. Nthio Kithan, treasury officer Mon; E. Chumdemo Ngullie, joint general manager Ministry of Defence, Government of India; Rabemo Shitio, proprietor Range English School Sungro and Ritsen Ngullie, coordinator for their support towards the group.

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