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May 15:
Published on 16 May. 2010 12:29 AM IST
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GBs asked to cooperate
Dimapur: GB’s Union Dimapur (GBUD) has directed all municipal area GB’s to co-operate with the Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) officials as they come for census operation in their respective colony or area.
KUK resolves not to keep domestic servants
Dimapur: Konyak Union Kohima in its meeting held on May 8 unanimously resolved not to keep any Konyak member in and around Kohima as domestic servants. It stated that those who went against resolution would be doing so at their own risk and that union would not be held responsible for any incident. During the meeting, B. Thawang, secretary Irrigation and Flood Control exhorted the gathering and urged them to work hard for all round development.
NBCD new members
DIMAPUR: Nuton Basti Council Dimapur (NBCD) in its executive committee meeting on May15 community hall selected its office bearers for the remaining tenure of Council. The team would be headed by Luikhang Zeliang as chairman, Kesovili Angami as Vice chairman, Chumbemo Ezung as joint Secretary, Holuto Aye as treasurer and Elia Angami as information secretary.
ZRSU to check loitering students
DIMAPUR: The Zunheboto Range Students’ Union (ZRSU) in an executive meeting held on May 13 has resolved to check the students under their jurisdiction who loiter in school uniform during class hours and a fine of rupees one hundred would be imposed on per students which will be bear by school authority. In a press statement Aycho Z. Ayemi, general secretary ZRSU said the union has fixed the tuition fees according to the class wise as from Class Nursery to VI rupees two hundred, Class VII to IX rupees two hundred fifty and Class X and above rupees three hundred. Further, said the union has taken the decision on receiving complaints from parents that some school within Zunheboto town are demanding high amount of tuition fees. Meanwhile, has requested all the school authorities to cooperate with the union and follow the rules framed by ZRSU.
CASU educational tour
DIMAPUR: Chare Area Students’ Union (CASU) conducted its educational tour on April 27 and 28. The union visited various government school and offices under its jurisdiction and found many “erratic” teachers and government official who were absent from the offices for many days. The union urged the absentees to perform their duties consistently and warned that it would take its own course of action and they failed to attend the offices.
Muslim Council informs students
DIMAPUR: The Muslim Council Dimapur has informed all Muslim students of Nagaland who have secured 60% and above marks in the recently held HSLC & HSSLC exams to submit a copy of marksheet and admit card along with a passport size photo with address and telephone numbers at M/s Goodwill Medicals, near SBI bazaar branch, Dimapur within May 23. A Rahman, working president of the Muslim Council while congratulating all the successful candidates also stated that the annual Nagaland Muslim students felicitation programme would be held in the month of June 2010.
Salangtem Unit Congress Party welcomes
DIMAPUR: Salangtem Unit Congress Party of 27th Mokokchung Town ACCC has welcomed Nungshiyapang, former president of NPF 27th Mokokchung town AC. President of the unit, T. Lanu Imchen stated in a release while extending welcome to the new member also expressed hope in the dynamic leadership of I. Imkong, MLA and president of Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee; Tokheho and C. Apok Jamir, MLAs, leader and secretary of Congress Legislature Party respectively and to work for the uplift of the people and the party.
DIMAPUR: The All Nagaland Regular Sectional Assistant Association (ANRSAA) in a meeting held on May 14 at PWD Housing meeting hall, Kohima has decided to strongly support CANSSEA under the leadership of Dr. David Sema, president CANSSEA on the issue of 6th ROP. In a press statement, S. Hekuto Sema, president ANRSAA said the house has resolved that the present office bearers would continue for the tenure of three years. It also requested all district units and sub-division units to cooperate with the association for the benefit of RSA and urged the district chairman and sub divisional unit to submit the yearly membership fees of rupees one hundred for the central office maintenance fund.
SABC Alumni fellowship
DIMAPUR: The first Southern Asia Bible College (SABC) alumni fellowship Nagaland was held at Town Baptist Church, Dimapur on May 14. Over fifty people attended the program with representations from Dimapur, Kohima, Wokha, Mokochung, Karbi-anglong and even mainland India. There was a time of self-introduction with each sharing briefly about their ministry and Rev. T. Phesao shared about his student days at SABC. The get-together was blessed with the presence of two faculty members along with their families—Rev. Pravinkumar Israel, President of SABC, and his family and Rev. Samuel Koshy with his wife. Later, Rev. Pravinkumar updated the alumni with the recent developments of SABC and shared the vision of SABC in impacting the world with the gospel.
ANPSA : All Nagaland Private School Association (ANPSA) has decided to participate in the common exam for class 8 (ESL) for 2010. It was decided at its meeting between SCERT, NBSE, directorate of School Education and ANPSA on May 13. However, ANPSA informed that from 2011 onwards, private schools would be exempted from continuing with the exam. Thanking the member schools for extending solidarity towards the association, ANPSA requested all private schools to go ahead with payment of exam fees for the exam.
KVCU : First meeting of Konyak Village Councils’ Union (KVCU) has been convened on May 28 at Council hall, Mon town. All chairmen, Anghs, VDB secretaries and two VCMs each from Mon district have been requested to attend the meeting. Further, KVCU and villagers of Mon district have felicitated the new office bearers of Konyak Union and also declared to extend cooperation to uplift peace and unity amongst Nagas and particularly for the Konyak community as a whole.
KBEPS : Kyong Baptist Ekhumkho Pastors’ Sanrhyu (KBEPS) will hold a fasting and prayer programme on May 18 at KBES Longchung Ekhumkho, Vankhosung Wokha.
USLB : United Sangtam Likhüm Bümji (USLB) will hold its general session from May 26-28 at Tsarü village with NSMDC chairman & DPDB Kiphire chairman, C. Kipili as chief guest. All USLB executives, office bearers, advisory board, Sangtam gazette officer, ex-parliamentarians, ex-presidents of USLB, USGOU office bearers, five representatives each from AST and USSC, three representatives each from NSCN (I-M), NSCN (K) and FGN, head GBs/VCC/VDB secretaries from Sangtam villages, presidents of DB and GB forum of Kiphire & Longkhim-Tsarü and all Sangtam union presidents from different towns have been requested to attend the session.
MLBK : General meeting of Merhulietsa Local Board Kohima (MLBK) has been convened on May 18, 6pm at Panchayat Hall with the department of urban development for neighborhood development scheme.

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