DIC Tuensang lauds
KOHIMA: District Industries Centre, (DIC) Tuensang and Weavers Health Insurers under Tuensang district have appreciated and thanked the valuable service offered by renowned doctors Dr. P.C. Boro, Kolkata Dr. R. Boro, Kolkata and Dr. Philip Medical Officer Longkhim for treating 405 patients on Thursday. The release also stated that this was the first time in the district where ICICI Lombard had arranged z one day medical camp in collaboration with the DIC in the district, where patients were treated free of cost and given free medicines.
MATK youth camp
KOHIMA: A youth camp sponsored by Mopungchuket Ao Temolungtsur Kohima (MATK) was organized for Mopungchuket students and youth of Kohima at mid- way resort from April 16 to 18 on the theme ‘Encounter’. About 55 participants took part in the 3 day event. Resource persons were Rev Dr. Wati Aier, Principal OTS Dimapur, Rev. Moang Lemtur, Associate Pastor Ao Baptist Arogo (DABA) Dimapur and Sentisashi Associate Pastor Kohima Ao Baptist Arogo (KABA). Mopungchuket Ao Temolungtsur, Kohima has expressed gratitude to all the speakers, participants and to those contributed for the success of the camp.
GPS building inaugurated at Ngwalwa
DIMAPUR: Government Primary School (GPS) building Ngwalwa town was inaugurated by DC Peren, Khrienuo C. Metha on April 8. While lauding the community on completing the construction, the DC stressed on public leaders to preserve natural resources and further urged village authority to control forest fire in the district. DIS Peren, Apeuna Iheilung also exhorted the community to contribute towards education of children as funds were provided to the community by SSA under DMA Peren. The programme concluded with vote of thanks delivered by Adhoc Town Committee Ngwalwa Town chairman, Kezai.
ZTC advisory committee formed
DIMAPUR: Zunheboto Town Council (ZTC) has formed the new advisory committee with Huskha Yepthomi, Nikheto Zhimomi, Khekiye Rochill, Hakiye Yepthomi and Kakhuli on April 12 at the conference hall of ZTC. The member elected Huskha Yepthomi as ZTC chief advisor. Official correspondence relating to ZTC would be done accordingly.
13 Assam Rifles seizes liquor
DIMAPUR: The 13 Assam Rifles troops seized 30 cases (348 bottles) with 48 quarter bottles of MC Celebration Rum from a silver colour Maruti Suzuki (Alto) bearing Regd No. AS-04D2862 on NH-61 at around 1110hours. According to a defence release, the car was coming from Dimapur and going towards Chiemynu. The seized liquor alongw ith the car has been handed over to Chiephobozou Police Station on April 19 , added the release.
KDSU condemns assault
DIMAPUR: Kasha Dahu Students Union (KDSU) has condemned the alleged assault of RSU information and publicity secretary, Zenlonyu Kent by Asinlo and Benlo from Tseminyu new town on April 16 during school inspection along with staff members without any baseless reason. KDSU also flayed the “wild behavior” and urged the authority to take necessary action against the culprits to prevent such incidents in future.
Kohima: NPF Kohima Division has convened a meeting on April 28, 11 am at its central office. All division office bearers, youth wing and women wing have been asked to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: Khiamniungan Students’ Union Kohima (KSUK) has convened an executive meeting on May 1,10am at the residence of its treasurer. All executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: The annual membership renewal of Mokokchung Chamber of Commerce and Industries (MCCI) would begin from May 1 along with renewal of MMC trade permits. All the members have been requested to cooperate and get their membership renewed.
BRGF (VLW) training
DIMAPUR: All the Wokha district village level worker of BRGF have been requested to attend the three day training scheduled from April 27 to 29 from 9am at LTC hall on ‘Barefoot-Engineering’ organized by DRDA Wokha.
DIMAPUR: A meeting of lessee/contractors of DMC tolls collection of various items has been convened on April 26 at 1pm at DMC conference hall for discussion pertaining to contract works. All have been requested to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) has convened a joint meeting on April 27 at 1pm at conference hall of deputy commissioner, Kohima. The executive engineer (PWD highway), commandant GREF, advisory committee members, KMC and all the inspectors, KMC along with all the panchayats chairmen, GBs, youth organizations and women organizations of the respective colonies have been requested to attend the meeting.
New building at GPS Chukitong
DIMAPUR: A new two-room building at Government Primary School (GPS) Chukitong was inaugurated by DIS Wokha, Solanthung Lotha on April 15 and dedicatory prayer was pronounced by AG Church pastor, Mhabemo Ngullie. The inaugural programme was attended by GHS Chukitong headmaster and assistant headmaster, VEC members, GBs, VDB members, Chukitong town advisory board convener, GPS teaching staff and elders. Meanwhile, the general public of the town expressed gratitude to DMA coordinator SSA Wokha and staffs for their concern towards the school.
Spring Bible camp held
KOHIMA: Salvation Ministry conducted a spring Bible Camp from April 15-18 at Shisha Hoho Prayer centre Prüzie on the theme “repent, for the kingdom of Heaven is near”. Resource persons for the camp were pastor Vezokho, Shisha Hoho prayer centre; pastor Ruokuowhelie from UNBC; pastor David from CRC P.R. Hill; pastor Neitho-o from APPC. More than hundred delegates attended the camp.
Inter church quiz competition
KOHIMA: An inter-church quiz competition of Keyake Colony was held on April 19 at Asian Mission college chapel hall organized by Asian Mission College. The quiz was based on two books of the Bible: Ecclesiastes and Proverbs. Participating churches included BRC, Bethel, Keyake Christian Fellowship, UBC, BSF Camp, RBPS, Hindi College and also students from AMC. Youths of AMC, RBPS Hindi College and BRC Bethel begged the first, second and third positions respectively. Pastor Prakash Pradhan from BRC Bethel exhorted the gathering during the programme. The programme was organized with an aim to impart Bible knowledge among the youths and also to create better coordination among the leaders of the colony.
NPF Totok Chingnyu village welcomes
DIMAPUR: Toktok Chingnyu village NPF party 46 A/C Mon town has welcomed 10 village council members, GB, one head GB and 12 members of Congress party led by Tongam Chief Angh, VCC (I) president and village council chairman, Yiangyan who joined NPF party in support of former candidate NPF 46 A/C Mon town, N. Thingwang Konyak under the leadership of chief minister Neiphiu Rio and, NPF party president, Dr. Shurhozelie.
NVBDCP officials tour Mkg. district
DIMAPUR: A team of NVBDCP officials from Directorate of Health & Family Welfare, Nagaland Kohima led by deputy directors Ketholeo, Dr. Temsula and Dr. Zatang toured Mokokchung district from April 19-20.The team visited Mangkolemba CHC, Tuli CHC, Changtongya CHC, Tsurangkong PHC, Aokum, Chungtiayimsen, Tzudikong, Yisemyong village and DMO office Mokokchung. The purpose of the visit was to supervise and inspect DDT Spray (IRS) and ITBN activities in the district. The team interacted with health workers and villagers and new microscopes were provided to Mangkolemba IRC and Tuli Microscopic Centre.
NECU license renewal
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Electrical Contractors’ Union (NECU) has informed contractors to submit their license for renewal on or before April 28 at the union head office, opposite Power House, Chandmari Kohima. Union further stated that it would not entertain any cases after the mentioned due date.
Kohima Lakhuti Ekhung meet
DIMAPUR: General meeting of Kohima Lakhuti Ekhung would be held on April 24, 1 pm at Hotel Japfu, PR Hill in Kohima.
NPF central office
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Nagaland People’s Front (NPF) has been convened on May 11, 10: 30 a.m at NPF central office Kohima.
Combined mothers’ day celebration
KOHIMA: A combined advanced Mothers’ Day celebration will be held on April 30 to May 2, organized by Khulazu Bawü Baptist Church. Speaker for the programme include Athono Rhakho, women pastor, CBCK, vecüsolü Resü, women pastor, KBBC, Adule Mero and Razunülü Khamo. Meanwhile, Pfutseromi Baptist Church Women Department, Pfutseromi village has invited all women folks from different places to the combined Mothers’ Day programme on May 1 and 2 at Pfutseromi Baptist Church.
ATC board of directors meeting
DIMAPUR: The board of directors meeting of Anderson Theological College (ATC), Aizuto has been convened on April 30 at 9:30am at college building, Aizuto.
USU golden jubilee celebration meeting
DIMAPUR: The general meeting of Usutomi Students’ Union (USU) golden jubilee celebration has been convened on May 8 at 1pm at Usutomi village. All the jubilee planning board members, USU office bearers from the establishment to till date, advisors, Usutomi Urban Forum, Usutomi Town Unions, elders, Church leaders and Usutomi/Zhevishe council members have been requested to attend the meeting. Further, jubilee magazine photographs would be taken on May 8 and hereby all members have been informed to attend the meeting.
Sanitation rally in Kohima
DIMAPUR: Clean Up Kohima organizing committee would organize a sanitation rally by students in Kohima on May 4 from 9.30am-10.30am. The rally would be held at various junctions of the capital including High School Junction, Pezielietsie (Tinpati) Junction, Razhü Point, MLA Junction near Ao Baptist Church and PR Hill Junction with Rev. Rachülie Vihienuo, Rev. Sankiluma Kikon, pastor Hotokhu, pastor Phomlee Van and Dr. Vevo Phesao as leaders/coordinators at the various points respectively.
Fitting of artificial limbs
DIMAPUR: The Rotary Club of Dimapur has requested all the beneficiaries who came for assessment and measurement camp for free artificial limb and caliper for lower limb on November 1 to come to Rotary centre, Midland Dimapur on April 25 for fitting of artificial limbs from 10am. Further, experts from Guwahati would be available on the day.
DEO staff meet
DIMAPUR: A general meeting of all DEO staff welfare association Dimapur will be held April 27 at 11 am.
Management book release
DIMAPUR: A book on leadership, management, motivation and soft skills - ‘Do Your Shoes Fit?’ would be released in both Dimapur and Kolkata by Director of Dimensions Institute for Education & Research (DIER) Noel Manuel. This will be the 30th book released by Noel Manuel. Earlier books on phonetics, poetry, grammar, conversation and interviews have been written and published by Noel. Noel will also be releasing a book titled ‘Learn English at Home,’ shortly after the release of the management book.
GPRN/NSCN discharges 1
DIMAPUR: GPRN/NSCN (IM) has discharged ‘sergeant major’ Kijen P. Khetang Pangmi region of GHQ bearing discharge ‘A number AB-11509’ from the active service of the Naga Army on medical ground. A discharge order issued by GPRN/NSCN ‘Brigadier’ M. Joshua adjutant general said the invaluable service rendered by the personnel would always be remembered
DIMAPUR: Kyong Lower Range Students’ Union (KLRSU) has convened an executive meeting on May 5, 2pm at DLSU office, Hoho Ki Dimapur. Executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
Meluri town hall inauguration
DIMAPUR: Town Hall cum Badminton Stadium constructed under DUDA at Meluri town would be inaugurated on April 27 with parliamentary secretary for Justice & Law and Tourism, Yitachu. Meanwhile, Adhoc Town Council Meluri vice chairman, Riepetho Nyuwi has informed that Phek District Badminton Association and Pochury Sports Association would organize an open Badminton Tourney at Meluri from April 28-29. Interested persons have been informed to contact 9436207740/9436423273/9862582849 for tournament details.
SOSU executive meeting
DIMAPUR: The Shena Old Students’ Union (SOSU) has convened an executive meeting on April 29 at the residence of Pikhuvi Yeptho, Police colony Dimapur at 10am. All the executives and advisors have been requested to attend the meeting.
Special Zunheboto DPDB meeting
DIMAPUR: The special Zunheboto District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting with chief minister has been convened on April 29 at 9am at the cultural hall, near local ground Zunheboto. All the ministers, parliamentary secretary, elected members from Zunheboto district and DPDB members have been requested to attend the meeting.
ANSTA Peren executive meeting
DIMAPUR: The Peren district All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association (ANSTA) has convened an executive meeting on May 5 at the residence of treasurer at 11am.
ACCC Phek emergency meet
DIMAPUR: An emergency meeting of 19th ACCC Phek has been convened on April 28, 11 am at the residence of Phek Town Unit chairman.
WSSU emergency joint meeting
DIMAPUR: The Western Sumi Students’ Union (WSSU) has convened an emergency joint meeting on April 24 at 11am at its office. All the unit presidents, general secretaries, elders and intellectuals under Western Sumi area have been requested to attend the meeting.
Western Sumi Kukami Hoho
DIMAPUR: Emergency executive meeting of Western Sumi Kukami Hoho (WSKH) has been convened on April 24, 10 am at its office at Chekiye village.
Plea to reinstate teachers post
DIMAPUR: Ghokuto Village Council (GVC), Village Education Committee (VEC), GBs and local students’ union have appealed to government to take immediate action and reinstate teachers in their respective post. The teachers include Kitoli, teacher I/C; Rosemary P/T; Kakheto, P/T; Florence, P/T; Kaholi, P/T; Rosy, V. P/T; Hekato, V. P/T; Akahoto , P/T and Vikali P/T. GVC, VEC, and student bodies in a press release further expressed gratitude to the eight teachers for their dedicated service.
Lack of teachers
DIMAPUR: VEC GPS Amaluma village and VC have appealed deputy inspector of school, Dimapur to appoint voluntary teacher at GPS, Amaluma on account of teachers’ shortage at the GPS. The committee and village council stated that only three teachers have to run the seven classes and in this regard, a joint meeting of village council, Village Education Committee, GPS Amaluma and educated youth of the village decided to help teachers at GPS Amaluma for time being.
PSC supports termination of DIS Tsg
DIMAPUR: The Phom Students’ Conference (PSC) has supported the demand of CCSU, YAA and KSU to terminate DIS Tuensang from the service without pension and other service benefits for his alleged involvement in text book selling scam.
In a press statement issued by Manlang Phom, president PSC has urged the government to address and fulfill the demand without further delay. Further stated that such actions of a responsible government officer should be condemned by all and the government should award an appropriate punishment as demanded by various organizations.
Result for DEF Mon
DIMAPUR: Recruitment rally for 40 posts of Constable under DEF Mon was conducted from April 19-21. In this connection, SP Mon, Limasunep Jamir has informed that based on merit, recruitment board has recommended appointment for candidates bearing chest numbers 284, 224, 120, 310, 4, 209, 73, 327, 214, 333, 91, 97, 63, 70, 78, 311, 328, 353, 81, 48, 160, 175, 200, 52, 109, 207, 273, 217, 233, 100, 118, 172, 335, 204, 67, 243, 337, 93, 117 and 126.
Listed candidates have been directed to report to SP Office Mon on April 23 at 10am for appointment subject to authentication of documents and verification of antecedents.
NPF Phek youth calendar events for 2010
DIMAPUR: Nagaland People’s Front (NPF) youth wing Phek division has resolved to organise series of events in the current year. This was decided at its executive meeting on April 17 at divisional office Phek town. It would be conducting ‘Tree Plantation Day’ at Phek town in the month of May, workshop cum seminar on ‘Entrepreneurship’ in connection to state government’s declaration of 2010 as ‘Year of Entrepreneurs’, tour its five constituencies, and also organize a one-day football tournament for youth wing of all five A/Cs in November, the winning team would represent Phek division to proposed NPF Youth Wing tourney at central level.
Meanwhile, NPF youth wing Phek division president, Welo Wezah and vice president, Kuvera Nakro has informed that additional charge of press secretary has been given to Kuvera Nakro till the post would be filled.
DIMAPUR: The affected villages and landowners under Medziphema Sub-division in connection with proposed railway project held an emergency meeting on April 23 at Medziphema Town and formed a body under the nomenclature “Medziphema Sub-Division Railway Link Body (MSDRLB). The members of MSDRLB are as Baohama, convenor; Acalie Kehie, co-convenor; Vikato, secretary and Mihesisato Vupru, press secretary.
Further, all the affected village councils have been requested to elect a representative each on or before April 30 and submit it to any of the members of MSDRLB. Meanwhile, all the affected villages and landowners have been requested to attend a meeting convened on April 30 at Medziphema Town Hall at 10am.
NPF Phek supports SIT and SVC
KOHIMA: NPF Phek Division has resolved to support SIT and SVC in its effort to bring fairness and justice in bogus teachers’ appointment case. This was discussed during the executive meeting of the NPF Phek division, led by legislators, executive members and area constituency units and frontal organization on April 19 at Hotel Japfü Kohima. Expressing concern over bogus teachers’ appointment, the house stated that justice should be delivered at the inertest and welfare of the students.
The house also extended its support to the ongoing “Indo-Naga” political dialogue and hoped for a logical conclusion acceptable by all. It also acknowledged the DAN Government for its realistic approach. During the meeting, Azo Nienu, minister, was given charge over NPF Phek Division, Yitachu, parliamentary secretary in-charge of youth wing, Neiba Kronu, deputy chairman in-charge of farmers union and Deo Nukhu advisor, in-charge of Women wing.
Free health camp
DIMAPUR: A free health camp organized by Goldenlife India, a business service partner of TATA AIG, was conducted at Sangtamtila village on April 18. About 180 patients with different ailments were treated by doctors of Jorhat Medical College and medicine distributed free of cost. Doctors were assisted by local pharmacists and nurses.
Sangtamtila village authority has expressed gratitude to Goldenlife India for organizing the health camp in the village and reaching out needy and sick people.
Meanwhile the Goldenlife India also appreciated former member of Dimapur Municipal Council, Lipok Ao for supporting the company to successfully organize the health camp.
BTC, Pfütsero 18th graduation service
DIMAPUR: Baptist Theological College (BTC) Pfütsero held its 18th Graduation service on April 16. Altogether 25 students who were pursuing their diploma in bachelor of divinity and diploma in bachelor of theology received their certificates of merit.
According to an official bulletin, CBCC executive secretary Rev. Vezopa Tetseo pronounced the act of dedication and the presentation of college diploma certificate was given away by Dr. Yiepetso Wezah, principal BTC. Among the 25 students, five received the diploma in bachelor of divinity certificate while 20 students received their diploma in bachelor of theology. Delivering the graduation address principal Patkai Christian College Hüsazü Epao congratulated and encouraged the students to do well, as they become true disciple of God.
IGNOU learners’ conference
DIMAPUR: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) would be organizing learners’ conference as part of its silver anniversary celebration across the country in 5 Regional Centre viz. Bangalore, Delhi, Guwahati, Kolkata and Mumbai. The venue for the learners of the North East States (including Sikim) will be at Guwahati on May 9. Regional Director, IGNOU Regional Centre, Kohima Dr. T. Iralu in a release has invited its current learners and alumni along with learners who could not successfully complete their programmes with a hope that they would provide some useful feedback. Traveling expenses of the learners attending the conference would be reimbursed, stated the release. All interested participants have been informed to collect registration form from the regional centre Kohima or download it from www.ignou.ac.in and submit it to the Regional Director, IGNOU Regional Centre, House No 71, GMC Road, Christian Basti, Guwahati-781003, Assam latest by April 29. For further information one may contact Tsupithong Y. Yimchunger, Senior Academic Consultant, IGNOU Regional Centre Kohima. Ph. No. 0370-2260216.
New citizens of Itovi village
DIMAPUR: Itovi village has welcomed 97 new citizens consisting of 17 households migrating from Seyochung village, Kiphire district to Itovi from April 19 onwards. The village in a press statement by its head GB Vizheto, Itovi village council chairman Kuhoi Aye and prominent citizen Kasheto Aye informed that the households were officially declared as bonafide citizens of the village and will enjoy all aspects of entitlement and privileges as per the rules and regulations of Itovi village. The name of the household head include V. Shivito, Katovi, Zughoto, Suheni, Vikhyi, Heito, Kugaho, Akhovi, Hosheto, Botoho, Vikito, Pukhavi, Toshovi, Kughakhe, Asheto, Kahoto and Saholi and all official correspondence and intimations of the households should be treated as Itovi village citizens.
RPO meet on developmental activities
DIMAPUR: Razeba Public Organization (RPO) held an emergency meeting on April 17 at RPO Hall Razeba attended by all village councils, village development boards, women societies, youth organizations and town units of RPO. In the meeting, the house appreciated state chief minister Neiphiu Rio under whose guidance, Deo Nukhu, MLA and advisor, arts & culture, new and renewable energy, science and technology has been working tirelessly to usher in development of the constituency. The house resolved that no individual or group should come in the way of development. The organization stated that anyone undertaking the development process should carry out with utmost care and diligence while ensuring quality work for sustainable development.