DGU foundation day
DGU: Dimapur Gorkha Union would be observing 13th foundation day on May 29. To commemorate the occasion DGU would visit Civil Hospital at 1pm and will distribute food supplements to the patients of civil hospital.
DIMAPUR: District Statistical Officer has informed all the non-profit institution (NPIs) registered societies within Peren district to submit the duly filled Performa on or before June 10. For further information societies have been informed to contact 9436401078.
Peren DPDB meet
DIMAPUR: Peren District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting for the month of May has been convened on May 31, 11 a.m at conference hall of DC, Peren.
Meet on electoral roll in Wokha
DIMAPUR: The meeting for ensuing summary revision of electoral roll 2010 has been convened on June 1 at conference hall of DC, Wokha. All the Booth Level Officers under Wokha district have been requested to attend the meeting.
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Dimapur District Citizens’ Forum (DDCF) has been convened on June 1, 4 p.m at Crown Hotel conference hall near traffic point, Nagarjan junction. Executive members of the forum have been informed to attend the meeting with along one member each from the organisation, Hoho.
USU golden jubilee magazine
DIMAPUR: Usutomi Students’ Union (USU) in commemoration of golden jubilee would be publishing golden jubilee magazine and has requested all interested students and general public to contribute articles and submit on or before July 20 to Ahokhu Sumi (9856447572) and S. Hovito Chophy (9862227474).
Training for BLOs
DIMAPUR: All Booth Level Officers (BLO) appointed and assigned within Dimapur town and Sadar have been informed to attend training/briefing scheduled on June 1 at Dimapur DC conference hall at 11am. Further, BLOs for the outpost administrative jurisdiction have been informed to attend the training/briefing at their respective out post administrative officers/supervisory officers’ office.
KOHIMA: IDWG meet cum review workshop on New Extension Reforms (ATMA) and Innovative award will be held on June 1, 12:30 am at Hotel Japfu. APC and chairman, IDWG and principal secretary Agriculture HK Khullu, IAS will present certificate and prizes. The workshop is sponsored by Ministry of Agriculture, New Extension Reforms Unit, government of India and is organized by state Nodal Office, Directorate of Agriculture.
DEO staff welfare informs
DIMAPUR: The members of DEO staff welfare association Dimapur and District Education Officer would held a co-ordination meeting on May 31 at 11 am from DEO office Dimapur.
Meeting at Medziphema
DIMAPUR: Medziphema town GB union president, Abeilie Vüprü has informed all the communities living in Medziphema town that a meeting would be held on May 29, 10 am at Friday Weekly market.
Census training underway in Dimapur
DIMAPUR: The three-day training for Census 2010 Enumerators and Supervisors for 23 Municipal Wards consisting of the Dimapur town area was commenced on May 27 at Durga Bari Mandir Hall. A total of 312 enumerators and supervisors are being trained by five instructor’s trainers. Training for ward number 7 to 23 will be held at circuit house near super market, Dimapur on May 29. The programme is held under supervisor of CEO, Dimapur Municipal Council, Nikhashe Sumi. House to house visit of enumerators will be conducted on June 1 to prepare the National Population Registration.
Poultry management training
KOHIMA: The ATMA Kohima Block conducted a one day training on poultry care and management on May 22 at Zubza-Sechüma village, with a view to impart technical aspects in poultry production and create an interactive platform for farmers and veterinarians. Altogether 23 farmers attended the training and interacted with resource person Dr. Lhovi. During the training, demonstration on package of crops like Soybean, sesame, groundnut, composite maize and green manuring crops were conducted. Practical application of bio-fertilizers and Trichoderma were also demonstrated to the farmers.
Computer graphics and painting competition
DIMAPUR: DABA youth ministry would be organizing a computer graphics and painting competition at DABA main church, Duncan Basti, on May 30 at 3pm.
6 AR seizes liquor
DIMAPUR: Troops of 6 Assam Rifles seized 121 bottles of liquor, 86 bottles of Rum MC Dowel and 35 bottles of Beer on May 24 which were being transported in a civil vehicle to Mon. According to a defence release, the three individuals’ seized liquor along with vehicle have been handed over to Tizit police station.
Renewal of RSBY card in Kohima
Kohima: The RSBY team informed that renewal of RSBY Card for Kohima Village would be held on Saturday, and Monday starting at 8am at Kohima Village. Meanwhile RSBY team disclosed that renewal of RSBY Card for villages under Chiephobozou block have been re-scheduled and the dates will be announced later in the media.
NCSDU new team
KOHIMA: The Nagaland Civil Secretariat Drivers Union (NCSDU) in its 17th general meeting on May 15 elected new office bearers for 2010-2013 and resolved to collect Rs.100 only as membership fee for the year 2010. The new elected office bearers include C. Rengma- President, Imkongliba Pongen- Vice president, Neiketou Angami-general secretary, Haoshi Konyak- joint secretary, Invai Chishi – finance secretary ,Ganesh Gurung- banker, Moanungsang Ao- information secretary , advisor - Satmeliba Ao and Ezo Lotha. The union also mourned the demise of Laii, Mother of state chief secretary and conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and for eternal peace and rest to the departed soul.
Taxi driver assaulted
DIMAPUR: One taxi driver was allegedly beaten up by police personal at police check gate BSF camp, Kohima while the driver was on his way to Zunheboto via Chozuba on Thursday around 10 a.m. According to All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA), Zunheboto unit the driver identified as Inavi Sema was assaulted policeman allegedly under the influence of alcohol when the driver was entering in the register. The Association joint secretary Katoshe Yeptho has appealed to responsible authority to punish the policeman and also to apologize to the taxi driver. While appealing for justice, the association said if the authority failed to take necessary action on time, ANTA Zunheboto would not be held responsible for any consequences that might arise.
Collection of money along NH banned :DC
DIMAPUR: Deputy Commissioner Dimapur notified that collection and levying of money in any form on the National Highway and State Highway would not be allowed by any organizations and individuals including government departments. Maong Aier, DC said, any union or association found violating the order which is conformity with the state government directives would be penalized as per the provision of law. He further informed that GBs or chairmen of villages or colonies are not being authorized to issue allotment or patta to any individual under any cadestrally surveyed area in Dimapur.
Loan recovery camp held in Mon
MON: For the first time in Mon, loan recovery camp was organized by SBI Mon branch and District Urban Development Agency (DUDA) Mon.P.P Boruah, Branch Manager, S.B.I Mon, while interacting with the beneficiaries of the loan, encouraged them to recover the loan so as to avail lager amount in the future. He also explained various method/ option of recovering loan, such as monthly basis, installment basis etc. The camp was attended by P.K Saha, Chief Manager Lead Bank, Ankur Gohain, assistant manager SW.B.I Mon Branch, T. Hanlong Recovery Agent SBI Mon Branch and L Nyumei. Konyak, Community Organiser DUDA Mon.
Kiphire DPDB meet deliberates on development
DIMAPUR: Monthly DPDB meeting of Kiphire district was held on May 20 under the chairmanship of Chairman NSMDC and DPDB, Kipili Sangtam and SDO (c) & Vice Chairman, Athrila. In the meeting deferred the Kiphire Road Show due to tribal issues where the Chairman assured to discuss the matter with the Chief Minister and the outcome would be discussed in the next DPDB meeting. The Board also directed DIS Kiphire to submit all school wise teachers’ ratio and the attachment orders in the next DBDP meeting. The Board also discussed on installation of sub-police stations in every EAC Hqr under Kiphire district and full-fledged Police Station at SDO (c) Pungro and Khonsa EAC Hqr.
Tuensang govt employees asked to be sincere
DIMAPUR: Chang Students’ Union Tuensang Town (CSUTT) has appealed to all Head of Departments (HoDs) and government employees under various departments in Tuensang town to work sincerely and efficiently. According to CSUTT president C. Yanger Chang the union observed that in transfer cases most of the relievers were yet to join their duties. Union also informed that it would conduct surprise checking under its jurisdiction and if any employee found absent from their duties without any reason, the union would take their own course of action.
HSLC mark sheets submission
DIMAPUR: The candidates of Diploma Entrance Examination for the session 2010-11 who have not yet submitted their HSLC mark sheets and Schedule Tribe/Indigenous certificates have been requested to submit the documents to the office of Directorate of Technical Education, Kohima on or before June 7.
NSUD candle light service
DIMAPUR: Naga Students’ Union Dehradun (NSUD) held a prayer meeting cum candlelit service on May 23 at Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Dehradun to condemn the May 6 incident at Mao gate. The meeting started with a prayer by W. Longvah (IFS). Dr. Kaisü (Asst. Prof. Jamia University) spoke on the present issue and tried to highlight the causes justifying the protest. A two minute silence along with candlelite was observed in solidarity for the Nagas in Senapati district.
Some senior citizens like K. Wungreithei (Chief Geologist, Dehradun ), Lüshichu Phor (Suptgd. ONGC, DDdun) and Dr Lokho Puni (IFS) also spoke. Neitho Khro (President NSUDD) in his address on the occasion the incident at Moa Gate as a direct insult to the Nagas and condemned the killing 2 students and injuring more than 100 by Manipur Police, Commandoes and IRB.
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Pre-Service Association (ANPSTA) has convened a meeting on June 1 from NSF Hall Kohima at 10 am.