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May 16:
Published on 17 May. 2010 12:11 AM IST
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WRVCU bans hunting, felling of trees
DIMAPUR: Wozhuro Range Village Council Union (WRVCU) has resolved to ban all types of fishing, hunting collection of fire woods, bamboos, vegetables and green leaves within Wozhuro Range Area.
The union in its meeting on April 12 adopted resolutions for the betterment of the range and informed that the resolutions would come into force with effect from May 25. It has prohibited individuals, group, Wozhuro Range People and even the outsiders from practicing illegal activities such as carrying of liquors from range jurisdiction. Union also informed that anybody was found violating the resolution would be penalized a sum of Rs. 5000 and all equipments would be seized.
LYO to organise social work
KOHIMA: The Lhisemia Youth Organization (LYO) will be organizing a cleanliness drive at Lhisemia Khel, Kohima village on May 19 at Wednesday.
Cleaning of own surrounding, foot-paths, road side drains etc shall be carried out in the morning till 8.30 am by the general public of Lhisemia. Thereafter disposal of collected garbages and wastes from the khel area , clearance of culverts and streams on Pezieliecie-DBS road etc shall be the activity for the remaining part of the day.
All Lhisemia people have been informed to come forward during the morning hours to clean their surroundings and all the Lhisemia Youth Organization office bearers and Task Force Committee to kindly make themselves available for the day. The terhiiba leaders are also requested to send volunteers from their respective rhiiba for the full day work to make this drive a successful one. On this working day, traffic movement on the borders road that is from Peziliecie to Don Bosco School may be hindered from 9 am onwards when clearance of culverts starts.
All vehicle users plying on these roads are requested to take any other possible route to avoid the inconveniences that may occur.
SABC holds alumni fellowship
DIMAPUR: The first Southern Asia Bible College (SABC) Alumni fellowship Nagaland was held at Town Baptist Church, Dimapur on May 14. Representatives from Dimapur, Kohima, Wokha, Mokokchung, Karbi- Anglong and mainland India attended the fellowship.
The get together programme was blessed with the presence of two faculty members who attended with their family members Rev. Pravinkumar Israel, president SBAC and Rev. Samuel Koshy with his wife. Rev. Pravinkumar updated the alumni with the recent developments of the college and shared its vision in impacting the world with the gospel. The service was followed by dinner and discussion where members present resolved to form Nagaland SABC alumni association.
YVSU grateful
DIMAPUR: Yimpang village students union has expressed gratitude to joint director of agriculture department Dr. Z. Kikon and Clerk of Lotha Baptist Church Dimapur Nchumbemo Enmy for financial assistance towards the union. Union also thanked former executives, elders and its villagers for their participation at the golden jubilee coordination meeting held on May 8 at Lotha Hoho-Ki Dimapur.
Intl’ nurses day held in Longleng
DIMAPUR: TNAI Longleng unit celebrated the International Nurses Day on the theme ‘Delivering quality servicing communities, nurses leading chronic care’ on May 12. Dr. Ropfu and Dr. Kongyan exhorted the gathering on ‘your career nursing’. Others who spoke on the occasion included President Longleng TNAI Longleng unit Ajong, Aten, Caroline and Alemla. Meanwhile, TNAI Longleng thanked all individuals for making the programme a success.
New sub-centre in Shena old
DIMAPUR: A new sub centre building was inaugurated at Shena old village by Dr. Viheshe Yepthomi, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Zunheboto. CMO exhorted the villagers on roles and responsibility of community in the health care sector with regards to communitization and also asked the villagers to consider the building as their own and improvise upon the facilities provided by the government.
Meanwhile, a medical camp was conducted at Shena old village by a team of doctors, nurses and stafffrom CMO’s establishment led by Dr. Viheshe Yepthomi, Dr. Viholi, Dr. Caroline, Dr. Heroto, Dr. Bohovi, Dr. Kheshika, Dr. Shikato and Dr. Puluto.
A total of 412 patients were provided free medical checkups and treatment for various ailments. Blood slides and sputum collections were also done during the camp. Basic medicines for common ailments were also provided to all the patients during the camp.
CRPO chairman refutes report
DIMAPUR: Reacting to the press release which appeared in the local daily news on May 12 by one S.S. Chairman of (CRLSB) Nrichemo Kikon on the dissolution of Chukitong range public organization (CRPO), the chairman of CRPO stated that the organisation was purely an NGO body/public organization and there was no other apex body other than CRPO in the range, adding the CRPO can only resolve or be dissolved by general public of the Range and there was no need to seek out for VCC/GB’s majority and minority to dissolve public organization.
The chairman informed range public outsider and insider that the on going confusion/misunderstanding between CRPO and CRLSB was created by SS Chairman of CRLSB and that CRPO would intervene and will go to any extend to stop the misunderstanding. .
GMS Liphanyan inaugurated in Wokha
DIMAPUR: The Government Middle School (GMS) Liphanyan, Wokha district was officially inaugurated on May 8 by Er. W. Kithan, parliamentary secretary Home Guards, Jails, Fire and Emergency Services, Nagaland.
The Village Education Committee Liphanyan in this regard has expressed gratitude to parliamentary secretary for inaugurating the school, SDO (Civil) Ralan, DIS Bhandari, SIS Ralan, officials, RASU and neighbouring villages council leaders for attending the function.
PCCF appeals to preserve forests
DIMAPUR: Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) Nagaland, Dr. C.L. Goel, chief wildlife warden Nagaland, Blooming Ao and a team of senior forest and wildlife officers and staff inspected Intanki National Park on May 15 and observed that miscreants were trying to clear the jungle for cultivation.
According to a press note issued by PCCF, the forest officers passed on spot instruction for immediate vacation of area and discontinuance of further activity and also warned that stern action would be taken if instructions were not complied with.
Further, the forest department appealed to all sections of Naga civil society to uphold the resolutions adopted during the consultative meeting convened by chief minister Neiphiu Rio to protect and preserve all government owned lands and forests for the well being of Naga society. It may be mentioned that the same area was evicted three times during April to May.
Anti- rabies vaccination camp at Tuensang
DIMAPUR: Anti- rabies vaccination camp sponsored by ATMA Tuensang was held on May 5 and 6 at veterinary hospital Tuensang. More than 200 dogs were vaccinated at the camp.
The function was presided over by Dr. Yevine. Dr. Y.Tep Rengma, Dr. Moa Walling project director ATMA and DHO Tuensang and Dr. Keduzel and other staff attend the camp.

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