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Published on 1 May. 2010 11:51 PM IST
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Kethagha Service Union
KOHIMA: Combined meeting of Kethagha Service Union, Kethagha Public Ogrniztaion , Chunlikha, Nsunyu and Likhwenchii Village Councils have been convened on May 8, 9.30 am at Nsunyu Village Panchayat hall.
One expelled for theft
DIMAPUR: Diphupar ‘A’ Lotha church & School Sector Elders Action Committee on Friday expelled one Lavungthung Lotha, son of M. Lotha from G-khel Church Sector Diphupar from Diphupar village for a period of five years as per general approval on April 30 for conviction of theft committed on April 25. Action committee convener, GB Ekyimo Ngullie further cautioned that anyone found providing shelter to the accused within Diphupar, during expulsion period would be held responsible for any kind of consequences.
Dimapur Police lauded
DIMAPUR: Dieliezhü Colony, Grace Colony and Khriehulie Colony under Kuda Village ‘C’ Khel have lauded Dimapur police led by Dimapur SP, Additional SP, SDPO and East Policer Station OC for deploying IRB personnel. Abou Sote, GB Kuda Village said with the deployment of IRB cadres in and around the colony, the colony had become more peaceful. The GB has further appealed the authorities to continue its vigil.
Disruption of water supply
DIMAPUR: Water supply to Suruhuto town, Surumi and Ychemi village would be disrupted as the pipeline would be temporarily dismantled for undertaking extension and clearance works between Yangli and Suruhoto town by PWD (R&B). Er. P. Khetoi Awomi, EE PHED Zunheboto has appealed to residents of Suruhuto town, Surumi village and Yehemi village to bear with the department for the inconvenience created.
Campus Icon audition deferred
DIMAPUR: 1st audition for 5th Campus Icon 2010 organized Team Metamorphosis , Wokha on the theme ‘ Music for better education’ has been deferred to May 8. Audition will be held at Hotel Hornbill Wokha at 10 am. More information can be had from chief 09863342080; secretary general 09436810210; treasurer 0985603989 and secretary publicity 09436810174.
Mission exposure trip
DIMAPUR: The Mission India Bible College Dimapur visited east and south Sikkim as for the mission exposure trip from April 13 to 21. According to a press note, the team comprising of 17 members led by lecturer Hekiye Kiho visited four churches, home visitation and some tourist places. Meanwhile, the team has expressed gratitude to Rev. Howoto Zhimo and Piketo, missionary working under Nagaland Missionary Movement (NMM) for hosting the team and also for providing guidance for the trip.
Lizumi council meeting
DIMAPUR: Lizumi Council has convened a general meeting on May 15, 9am at Lizu Aviqato village. All former presidents, executives of 1964 and 1975 of Lizumi Students’ Union have been requested to attend the meeting. Meanwhile, council executive members, GBs, VDB secretaries and development secretaries have been requested to reach the host village on May 14 by 12 noon.
Zunheboto Range Students’ Union
DIMAPUR: Executive meeting of Zunheboto Range Students’ Union (ZRSU) has being convened on May 5 at 10am at the union office.
All Nagaland Taxi Association
DIMAPUR: Emergency meeting of All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA) has been convened on May 8 at the union office headquarter, Kohima at 9am.
Northern Angami Sports Association
KOHIMA: Northern Angami Sports Association (NASA) Group -C has called the first executive meeting of the year on the May 5, 3 pm at the president’s residence.
Approach road inauguration
KOHIMA: Approach road from NH 150 to GMS Mesulumi under NREGA scheme during 2009-2010 will be inaugurated on May 10, 10.30 am by commissioner and secretary RD V. Sakhire. All government officers /public leader of Mesulumi residing in different places have been informed to the function.
Yimpang Village Students’ Union
DIMAPUR: Yimpang Village Students’ Union (YVSU) has convened a general meeting on May 8 at Lotha Hoho-Ki, Dimapur at 10am. All the present and former office bearers, elders and responsible people of Yimpang village have been requested to attend the meeting.
Shena Old prayer day
DIMAPUR: Shena Old Union Dimapur Area (SOUDA) has convened a prayer day on May 12 at Police Baptist Church, near East Police station, Dimapur at 6am. All the members of Shena old villagers residing in Dimapur and surrounding areas have been requested to attend the prayer day.
ACCC 57 Thonoknyu A/C meeting
DIMAPUR: The 57 Thonoknyu ACCC has convened an emergency meeting on May 5 at 8am at the residence of general secretary 57 Thonoknyu ACCC camp, Tuensang town. All the ACCC, AYCC, AMCC office bearers and DCC, DMCC members of 57 A/C have been requested to attend the meeting.
KIIT university entrance exam
DIMAPUR: Entrance exam 2010 leading to various courses B.E/B.Tech/M.Tech/M.Sc/BDS/LLB/MBBS/MCA/BCA/BBA/BJMC/MJMC under KIIT University, Bhubaneshwar, Orrisa will be conducted on May 2 at 10 a.m at Faith Theological College, Ura village Colony, circuit house area, Dimapur.
X -Ray machine at Noklak
DIMAPUR: The Xay machine at CHC Noklak became functional on April 17 when the first film was taken. The health management committee of CHC appreciated the government of Nagaland and the department of Health and family welfare for fulfilling the needs of the people and also expressed gratitude to Soil conservation and land resources minister P Longon for the financial assistance in procuring the X ray machine.
PVC condemns gang rape
DIMAPUR: The Perenkipeuzang Village Council (PVC) has vehemently condemned the April 24 gang-rape incident where two innocent teenage girls hailing from Parenkipeujang village under Peren district were raped by four non-locals at Dimapur.
The council has appealed to all right thinking citizens to stand up against such ‘barbaric’ acts and condemn such ‘heinous’ crime and also urged the responsible authority to award befitting punishment to the perpetrators.
Meanwhile, the council has sternly warned and cautioned that if any individual or organization trying to bailout the culprits would be doing so at their own risk. The PVC has further expressed gratitude to NSCN (IM) for apprehending the two accused.
KSU 2nd union assembly
DIMAPUR: The second union assembly session of Kyong Students’ Union (KSU) has been convened on May 6 and 7 at New Ralan village, co-hosted by Ralan Area Students’ Union (RASU). All federating units of KSU have been requested to send two delegates from each unit with agendas or agendum that concerns the union. Delegates have been requested to reach New Ralan village on May 6 and main session would be held on May 7 at New Ralan village community hall from 8:30am.
Meanwhile regarding the transportation arrangement, delegates coming from Kohima would be picked up at Ao Baptist Church Kohima and delegates from Dimapur at Niuland gate junction, 4th mile Dimapur respectively, departure time on May 6 is at 9am at Police Point Wokha town via Kohima, Dimapur via New Ralan village. All the former leaders, senior students’ leaders, elders, tribunals, various committee conveners and members have been requested to attend the session.
Rodent menace in Phenchu valley
DIMAPUR: Acting upon reports of increasing population of rodents and squirrels in and around Phenchu Valley, Phenchu Valley Farmers Multi-Welfare Society (PVFMWS) Elumyo village has conducted a survey of the area on April 24. A press statement issued by PVFMWS chairman, Nrikhon Tsanglao stated that society members have inspected the area and found that around 20,000 hectares of land was being affected by bamboo flowering which was increasing the rodent menace.
Society observed that unless precautionary measures were taken, cultivating areas would be destroyed causing huge economic loss to farmers of the area and further appealed to department of agriculture for immediate preventive action for the welfare of farmers. Meanwhile, the society would be adopting indigenous preventive measures to tackle the situation.
TDATA appeals for adhoc teachers’ extension order
DIMAPUR: Tuensang District Adhoc Teachers’ Association (TDATA) has appealed to government to issue all pending service extension order which was already forwarded from three DISs of Tuensang district excluding bogus and absentees. TDATA most of the schools faced shortage of teachers and were worried about academic year of the students. The association has urged the government to issue all pending adhoc teachers extension order to respective DIS Tuensang, Shamator and Noklak under Tuensang district on or before May 28 and added it would take its own course of action if services were not extended.
One expelled for murder in Chozuba town
DIMAPUR: Chozuba Town Adhoc Committee (CTAC) has expelled Ruduvoto Lohe, son of late Sevetso Lohe of Chozuba town (main accused in the murder of Vehusayi Swuro on March 10) from March 13 onwards. According CTAC vice chairman, Vekho-o Nyekha, on the night of March 10 at around 8pm, the accused reportedly got into an argument with the victim and his companion and subsequently lead to killing of the victim. Police have arrested the accused and is awaiting trial, the statement added.
Initiating its own action towards the culprit, Chozuba Town Adhoc Committee informed that Ruduvoto Lohe was made to pay Rs.1,00,000 to bereaved family for construction of memorial tomb and had expelled the accused for life from the town. Meanwhile, CTAC stated that despite warning and imposition of fines, Vetazolu continued to deal in liquor business thereby compelling the committee to expel her from Chozuba town for an indefinite period and directed her to leave the town within seven days from the issue of this notification.
AST seminar on social change
DIMAPUR: Akehda Sangtamlaru Thsingmujang (AST), Kohima organized a seminar under the theme, “the need for social change” on April 24 at LCS building Kohima. According to a press note, the resource person was Rev Pongsing who dwelled on changes in all fronts in a refined Christian perspective. Further, Kyurangse, Akyuba and Nyipmen exhort for a united effort for improvement in practical better living.
KSU supports NSF’s ultimatum to govt
DIMAPUR: Kyong students’ union (KSU) Friday extended its support to Naga students’ federation (NSF) with regard to latter’s 20-day ultimatum submitted to the government demanding disciplinary actions against both bogus teachers and erring officials. KSU, urged the government to stop its act of “procrastination” and wake up to the call of justice. Reaffirming its commitment to fight against all kinds of corruption, the union said it would extend fullest cooperation to NSF till all culprits were brought to book.
NSF 3rd federal assembly
DIMAPUR: The 3rd federal assembly of Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has been convened on May 7 at Oinam Hill village, Poumai Naga tribe under Senapati district from 10am.
All the presidents and representatives of the federating units, sub-ordinate bodies and senior leaders have been requested to attend the assembly.
KTHU meeting
DIMAPUR: The Kohima Town Hotel Union (KTHU) has convened an emergency meeting on May 6 at 11am at the Conclave Hall, near Ao Baptist Church, Kohima.
All members of hotels and restaurants have been requested to attend the meeting.
KYO for protection of flora and fauna
KOHIMA: Kutsapo Youth Organization (KYO) has asserted to protect and promote the rich cultural heritage and the enriching flora and fauna of the land which had been inherited by present generation from the forefathers. KYO also re-affirmed to its earlier standing resolution to ban sale of land to any outsiders/non-bonfadie citizen of Kutsapo Village without the consent and knowledge of the village council and GB. Organisation also informed that stern action would be taken to violators of the resolution.

 
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