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May 14:
Published on 15 May. 2010 12:37 AM IST
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ATAN general meeting
DIMAPUR: The Aggrieved Teachers’ Association of Nagaland (ATAN) has convened an emergency meeting on of May 18 from 8:30am at ISBT Purana Bazaar. All the Aggrieved Teachers’ who are genuinely qualified, sincerely served the government and underwent the recent SVC verification have been directed to attend the meeting along with two photo copies of their appointment orders and educational qualification certificates. The association also informed its members who have not submitted their registration fees to do so at the earliest personally. Meanwhile, the following officials have been reconstituted by the association - convenor-Vikato Swu, co-convenor-Mozen Aier, working presidents Kahili, Yetoho, Akito, Yanger, secretary, and joint secretary, Paul.
DMC seeks cooperation
Dimapur: Dimapur Municipal Council has informed all residents /building owners and shopkeepers under jurisdiction of DMC to extend cooperation to officials and volunteers have been assigned for house numbering works in all 23 DMC wards.
Mon DPDB meeting
DIMAPUR: The Assistant Development Commissioner & Member Secretary, Ztothose HAS informed that the monthly Mon District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) meeting for the month of May 2010 would be held on May 18 at the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner, Mon. at 11am. Therefore all members of the board have been requested to attend the meeting.
Orientation training held in Wokha
DIMAPUR: The orientation training on BRGF, agriculture extension, barefoot engineering and women coordination were held from April 20 to May 6 at RD Blocks, Wokha Town. According to a press note, the resource persons for “agriculture extension’ were Khodamo Lotha, FI; Tacho, AHO; Ayilo Lotha, AHO; C. Zubemo Kikon, FO and Kilen Ao, HO. For ‘barefoot engineering’ Er. N.S. Lotha, JE (Electrical); Er. Limhathung, JE (PHE); Renbemo, fitter Gr-I (PHE); P. Yabenthung Lotha, T/M; S. Bilano; Er. K. Kasavi, ITI; Er. Temsujungba Longchar, ITI; for ‘women coordination’ Mhalo Yanthan, WTBC women pastor; Dr. Thungchanben and for ‘BRGF’ Nkhyingo Humtsoe, TOT; Khonchamo Kikon, TOT and Tsitsemo Kikon, TOT.
CTC to cancel tender system
DIMAPUR: In response to various complaints received from general public, the advisory committee of Chumukedima Town Council (CTC) has unanimously decided to cancel tender system of all items with effect from May 14 till further notification. Chief advisor CTC Thepfulhoutuo, in a press statement said the order has been passed in order to control the random escalation of prices within Chumukedima areas and for the interest and welfare of public.
NSUK new office bearers
DIMAPUR: The Naga Students Union Kolkata (NSUK) has elected the new executive members for the present tenure with Mayangtemsu Longkumer (09804785347) as president, Ameli Sema (09874267631) as general secretary and other executives. All the students who are interested in pursuing higher education in Kolkata have been requested to register their names with NSUK.
JDU (U) Youth appoints joint secretary
DIMAPUR: Janata Dal United Youth Nagaland has appointed N. Ato, former Congress active member as joint secretary JD (U) Youth Nagaland with an immediate effect. This was informed in a press note issued by Z.R. George, president JD (U) Youth Nagaland.
Upper P.R Hill, Panchayat new team
DIMAPUR: Upper P.R Hill, Panchayat in its general meeting -cum- election of new Panchayat executive elected nes team of office bearers for the tenure 2010-2013. The 14 member team which include three members in finance committee and eight members in executive council including a treasurer would be headed by Nikhi Pohena as chairman and Nuzoto Angami as secretary.
PVSU, PVC, STC, OSU, OVC condemn assault
DIMAPUR: Pangti Village Students Union (PVSU), Pangti Village Council (PVC), Sungro Town Council (STC), Okotso Students Union (OSU) and Okotso Village Council (OVC) condemned the incident which took place on April 30, where three persons from Okotso village allegedly assaulted a student without any rhyme or reason at Sungro government high school. Meanwhile, student bodies and village council have appealed to authorities to book the three miscreants at the earliest.
Lost and found
DIMAPUR: An auto rickshaw (No. NL07/F-3408, Chasis No. MD2AA24ZZPWJ 48488, Engine No. AEMPJ52013) was found on May 13 from Diphupar ‘B’ . Rightful owner have been informed to claim the vehicle with original documents within 7 days from the date of publication of this notice. Owner can contact: 8974245451.
MYO cautions ‘bandh enforcers’
DIMAPUR: Calling the attention of general public in regard to recent closure of shops and hotels at Khanakhurü (Jharnapani), Medziphema by some “vested interest individuals”, Medziphema Youth Organization (MYO), has taken strong exception and seriously viewed such act as a direct challenge to their very existence. Stating that no Naga organization has called for any bandh and no information of any such move was made known to the organization, MYO cautioned that no bandh of any nature would be imposed in the jurisdiction without MYO’s knowledge and consent. A joint press release issued by the president of MTYO, MVYO and MTYO cautioned bandh enforcers at Jharnapani to refrain from anti-social acts or face penalty. MYO said it would no longer remain a silent spectator to act of transgression and oppression in their land.
SASTA not to set common question pattern
DIMAPUR: The Southern Angami School Teachers’ Association (SASTA) in a general meeting held on May 10 has resolved that the common question pattern for primary school students in Southern Angami area will not be set for the present mid-term examination due to unavailability of free text book supply on time by Department of School Education. A press statement issued by Dovizo, general secretary SASTA informed that many schools have not received sufficient text books to meet the need of student population. Association urged the responsible authority to look into the matter for early distribution of free text books to all schools.
ANTA Zunheboto unit condemn robbery
Dimapur: All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA) Zunheboto Unit has condemned the incident where four passengers traveling in a truck was robbed by unidentified gunmen between Shotazu and Yaruba villages on May 13 around 12.30 pm. According to the ANTA Zunheboto unit, the four passengers were robbed off their belonging including cash and mobiles phones. While condemning the incident, ANTA Zunheboto Unit said that such incident leave innocent passengers deeply traumatized. The ANTA also said that such atrocious crime corrode the normal peaceful coexistence in the society.

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