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April 28
Published on 29 Apr. 2010 12:23 AM IST
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CRPO notifies HoDs in Chizami
DIMAPUR: Chizami Range Public Organization (CRPO) office bearers and all VCCS executives under Phek district held a meeting on April 23 and adopted a set of resolutions relating to heads of departments (HOD) under Chizami sub-division. The house has resolved that every HOD under Chizami sub-division should be in station to serve the public, failing which, the respective HOD would be reported to SDO (C) Chizami before April 30. Further, organization has informed that in the event of any HOD found absent from the station after CRPO notification, action would be initiated by the CRPO and the respective department would bear the responsibility.
Longleng BJP supporters join NCP
DIMAPUR: Longleng 50 A/C NCP member, Tingpa has informed that 140 households BJP supporters of Bhumnyu village under Longleng 50 A/C including 12 GBs, office bearers and youth leaders have resigned to join NCP under the leadership of parliamentary secretary for RD & REPA, Pangnyu Phom.
Combined gathering cum picnic
DIMAPUR: The combined gathering cum picnic of NPF 3 Dimapur III A/C and 6 area unit office bearers has been scheduled on May 1 at Kuki Dulong where MLA and advisor Sericulture and Cooperation Azheto Zhimomi, would grace the gathering. All the responsible office bearers of A/C as well as area unit like parents, women and youth wing have been requested to reach the spot at 8am and attend the meeting.
ACYA holds catechism teachers training
Kohima: The Angami Catholic Youth Association (ACYA) conducted a catechism teachers training from April 22 to 26 with the following as resource person Bro. Ranjan, Rev.Sr. Medokuonuo Margaret , Kezhasezo Kenneth, Mss. Nokhule Josephine and Mrs. Keviseyienuo Belho. A total of 77 campers registered for the camp from 22 villages. The ACYA also expressed gratitude and thanks to all the resource person and all the campers. It also conveyed sincere thanks to all the persons who had rendered their services for the success of the camp.
TDMA supports ENSF unit demand
TUENSANG: Tuensang District Mother Association has condemned DIS Tuensang S. Lanu Imchen, for trying to dispose off text books meant for free distribution to students of Tuensang. According to the president of Tuensang District Mother Association, Y. Alepla Chang, a responsible officer committing such crime was directly murdering the student’s community when the students in the schools faced shortage of text books. Tuensang District Mother Association extended supported ENSF Unit’s demand and appealed to all right thinking citizens and individuals to condemn such unwanted acts in the future.
GPRN/NSCN discharges two cadres
DIMAPUR: GPRN/NSCN has discharged two cadres ‘Pte”. Atoka Son of Viyiho Sumi, bearing Naga Army No. 17621, Nihoto Village UTI on medical ground and ‘Pte’. Libonthung Lotha, son of Thechao, bearing Naga Army no. 17713, Chadi Village, Lotha Region, on medical ground. GPRN/NSCN wished them speedy recovery from their ill-health and conveyed bright future in all their endeavors. A release issued through MIP, GPRN/NSCN stated that the order was signed by ‘Col’. Aheto Chophi, Camp Commander which took effect from April 23, 2010.
GPRN/NSCN clarifies
DIMAPUR: The MIP, GPRN/NSCN has clarifying to statement “8 Sangtam and 2 Yimchunger National workers join GPRN/NSCN”, said that the name of “ Viho Sangtam Khapur” should be read as . Viho Sumi, Khapur, son of Suyaho Sumi, Kiyezhe village, United Sangtam Region.
Department of Prison clarifies
DIMAPUR: Department of Prison has clarified that comparative statement of rates coded by various tenderes was under scrutiny with government for finalization and approval. Assistant Inspector General of Prison Avi Kechu stated this in a press release responding to the article that was published in a local daily on April 26 under the caption ‘Jails without supplies’.
Lumami Kuposhukulu Dimapur
DIMAPUR: Lumami Kuposhukulu Dimapur (LKD) has convened a general meeting on May 1, 10 am at the residence of its treasurer Litapu Kinnimi.
TSUD meeting
DIMAPUR: Tikhir Students’ Union Dimapur (TSUD) has convened a meeting on May 1, 10 am at the residence of its Union treasurer,. TSUD president Apollo Tikhir in a release requested all office bearers and executive members to attend the meeting.
DMC traffic cell notifies on parking
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) traffic cell & DMC property has notified motor garage/workshops owners within the DMC jurisdiction to clear public places/roads with immediate effect and all building owners have been directed to remove building materials from the roadside within 24hours after unloading. Cell advisor in-charge, Blaise Iheilung has also informed that no buses or truck would be allowed to be parked on the roadside other than the designated parking zone, while parking of heavy vehicles/trucks for loading and unloading purpose on the roadside on any street under DMC jurisdiction would be restricted from 8am to 4pm till further order. All light vehicle owners have been directed not to park their vehicles on the wrong side of the road or ‘no parking’ zone and they have also been directed to follow ‘single lane’ parking for smooth flow of traffic. Meanwhile, footpath vendors have been directed not to obstruct pedestrians and shift their business either to New Market or Naga Shopping Arcade. It has informed that no further notices would be served in this regard and cautioned that offenders would be penalized as per law.
VK GBs association denies ‘assault’
DIMAPUR: Reacting to the news item ‘TDPU responds to VK Area GBs Association” appearing on April 18 the VK Area GBs Association has “rubbished” the allegation of assault on Philimi villager on April 3 by VK area people at Doyang river.
A release issued by secy VK Area GBs Association Kakiho Awomi said that one person was beaten up by some VK villagers on April 3 at Doyang bridge as the person was misbehaving and ‘assaulting others under the influence of alcohol’
The release stated that the VK area people do not like drunkards who create trouble and clarified that no fine was imposed on the drunkard but asked the TDPU to deprecate such characters instead of “blindly supporting them”
In this connection a meeting was also held by the GBs association on April 9 and it resolved that any Vikian who was involved in fishing with the TDPU community would be fined Rs 2500/- until the TDPU members tender unconditional apology for provocative publications. The release further cautioned to confine TPDU fishermen within their jurisdiction and that any flow of plant extracted chemicals from the TDPU jurisdiction within VK area would be viewed seriously.
DCC Mokokchung flays DAN
DIMAPUR: District Mahila Congress Committee, Mokokchung has expressed concern over the current state of affairs in the state. It stated that recent developments were much of scams, failure to provide salary in time to its servants, power crisis.
DCC Mahila president L. Tiakala and general secretary Achetla further stated that government’s claim to root out corruption by labeling government servants as as bogus, doubtful, absentees and genuine was ‘absurd’.
When doing so government had acknowledged presence of such so called bogus appointments in other departments, “or is it just an exercise to cover-up its huge financial deficit at the height of corruption”.
It also said NPF led DAN government department had totally failed in giving the people as sense of security and good governance, rather it had mislead the people, by projecting itself as a government that gave the people the “feel good factor”, but in reality the people were in a state of confusion and fear.
GPRN/NSCN warns terminated cadres on tarnishing its image
DIMAPUR: GPRN/NSCN has clarified that one Amos Lotha, a former Naga army officer in the rank of a captain was terminated from national service on February 15, for indulging in anti-national activities. GPRN/NSCN stated that Amos was reported to be indulging in anti-social activities, threatening and intimidating business community and other institutions at Wokha town and adjoining areas for his personal gains thereby tarnishing the good image of GPRN/NSCN. The GPRN/NSCN further claimed that no civil or military assignment has been entrusted to him and therefore Lotha regional authorities were directed to co-ordinate with public leaders and local bodies to ensure that the disgraced former officer is arrested at the earliest.
Stating that many former National workers who were discharged or terminated from National service on various grounds have been found involved in many illegal, anti-social activities in connivance with criminals, presenting themselves as responsible GPRN/NSCN officials, GPRN/NSCN warned that such individuals shall be identified and be given suitable punishment and requested the public to be careful against such criminals posing as National workers.
Book on genealogy of ‘Chungli Aier’
DIMAPUR: Chungli Aier Telongjem (CAT) has informed that a book titled ‘Genealogy of Chungli Aier’ would be released on May 3, 1pm at Ongpangkong Salang Arkong ward, Mokokchung. The function graced by former governor of Maharashtra, Dr. S.C. Jamir. All Chungli Aier members and in-laws have been requested to attend the function.
Kyong Hoho Karbi Anglong
DIMAPUR: Kyong Hoho Karbi Anglong (KHK) has convened a general meeting on May 1 , 9 am at the residence of its advisor W Odyuo to discuss matters relating to the demand for autonomous state by UPDS Hobo office bearers have been requested to reach the meeting by 8 am.
Sumi Aphuyemi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu
DIMAPUR: Sumi Aphuyemi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (SAKK) has convened a joint meeting on May 1 at SABAK rest house, Naga Bazaar Colony Kohima at 11am to discuss matters relating to its upcoming Golden Jubilee 2013.
Chesezumi Welfare Union Dimapur
DIMAPUR: Chesezumi Welfare Union Dimapur (CWUD) has convened an executive meeting on May 1, 11am at School of Music, Residency Colony Dimapur.
Phom Students’ Conference
DIMAPUR: Mid-term meeting of Phom Students’ Conference (PSC) has been convened on May 5 at Tamlu town. Federating units have been informed to send two members each from every unit to attend the meeting.
Kohima Baptist Youth Fellowship
KOHIMA: Kohima Baptist Youth Fellowship (KBYF) monthly prayer meeting has been convened on May 1, 7 am at Mao Baptist Church .
Timber Traders’ Welfare Union
DIMAPUR: The Timber Traders’ Welfare Union (TTWU) has convened a combined meeting on May 1 at 9am at union office, Purana Bazaar (KC complex), Dimapur. All the saw mill owners, swing parties under Dimapur district and all responsible have been requested to attend the meeting.
Naghutomi Union Dimapur Area
DIMAPUR: The Naghutomi Union Dimapur Area (NUDA) welfare society has convened an executive meeting on April 30 at the banker’s residence, Chekiye village 3rd mile at 3pm.
Zeliang Women Association Dimapur
DIMAPUR: Zeliang Women Association Dimapur (ZWAD) has convened an emergency meeting on April 30, 2pm at Zeliangrong village Panchayat Hall, Dhobinallah, Dimapur.
Workshop on research proposal writing
DIMAPUR: A two-day workshop on research proposal writing would be held on June 4 and 5 at St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama with Fr. Abraham Lotha, Ph.D. (New York) and Dolly Kikon, Ph.D. candidate, Stanford University (California) as resource persons to help students write research proposals and dissertation writing. The work shop is organized for M.Phil., Ph.D. students, and those planning to apply for a Ph.D. in social sciences and is limited to a maximum of 20 participants. Interested candidates have been requested to register on May 20 and to contact Fr. Abraham Lotha, vice principal, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama at
DPBC ‘Talent Expo’
DIMAPUR: The youth department of Dimapur Phom Baptist Church (DPBC) conducted ‘Talent Expo’ in aid of musical instruments on April 25 where Bakon, EAC Dimapur was the chief guest.
According to a press note, the chief guest exhorted the youth to have a vision in life in order to reach one’ goal and also urged the members of the Church to cooperate and encourage the youth always. He further encouraged the youths to keep up the same spirit so as to grow spiritually and to glorify God.
Meanwhile, the programme started with welcome speech by S. Phakmei, youth pastor and vote of thanks by C. Bauloi Angto, advisor youth department.
Neiba Ndang condoles
DIMAPUR: Secretary general, N.C.P. north east, co-ordination committee, Neiba Ndang has condoled the demise of Chungosei Haokip, vice president, NCP, Manipur who was shot dead by unidentified assailants at New Checkon. Neiba in his condolence note stated that late Haokip was a sincere and responsible leader and strongly condemned the dastardly act of the assailants. “Lawlessness and violence can never bring any good for our society. Political goals and aims can only be achieved through the “ballots” not “bullets”, he added. While reaffirming that the Nationalist Congress Party would always stand by the principles of peace and non-violence, Neiba urged the Manipur government to leave no stone unturned to bring the culprits to book.
New office bearers
CRLSB: Chukitong Range Land Settlement Board, Wokha elected new team for a period of five years with Nrichemo Kikon as chairman, Ntsensao Yanthan as secy.
AYSO: Ahthibung Youth and Students’ Organization has elected new team of office bearers with Jangkhogin S. Jamir as president, Chungminthang Singson as gen secy.
D. Block: D. Block Youth Organization has elected Wekhotsolo Mekrisuh as President and Kedilhou Yhome as gen secy.
LBCPB youth camp held
DIMAPUR: Lotha Baptist Church Purana Bazar (LBCPB) Dimapur held a youth camp at Life Spring Corner, Dimapur from April 23-25 on the theme ‘Invigorate’. Dr. Susan Kikon of Zion Hospital, LBCD women leader, Meribeni and Imtijungla Longchar were resource persons of the camp where a total of 67 youth participated. LBCPB youth department has expressed gratitude to Thungbemo for providing the venue with its facilities and all the participants for their support throughout the camp.

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