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Published on 30 May. 2010 12:30 AM IST
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Kohima police clarifies on assault
KOHIMA: Reacting to the news report on ‘Taxi driver assaulted’ published in a local daily on May 29, Kohima police clarified that the matter was compromised between the taxi driver and police personal involved. According to officer in-charge of North Police Station, Kohima Vikram Khalate after thorough investigation the police personnel involved in the incident was not under the influence of alcohol as alleged but was found to be a teetotaler. The officer in charge however assured that necessary action will be initiated by the authority as demanded by ANTA, Zunheboto unit.
AMCO delegates meet NBCC peace committee
DIMAPUR: A nine-member delegation representing All Manipur Christian Organization (AMCO) met the NBCC peace committee in Kohima on May 28 and reaffirmed the urgent need to reach out one another and evolve an understanding in present ‘blockade crisis’. Rev. Prim Vaiphe, president AMCO and Rev. L. Kari Longchar, director peace affairs NBCC said, the AMCO Church leaders from various denominations and communities came on a ‘good will mission’ for creating wider understanding of present blockade crisis. Further, participants agreed that possibilities discussed should be pursued in faith trusting in what God would give if people in conflict were prepared for dialogue for the sake of a better future.
Training on appraisal of SHG/CIG
DIMAPUR: One day training programme on appraisal of CIG was conducted by ATMA Wokha at District Agriculture Officer, Wokha on May 20. According to a press note, around 40 farmers participated in the programme and the main speaker N. Khumdemo Ezung, programme coordinator (i/c) KVK Wokha spoke about the various steps taken in the formation of CIG. Further, brief presentation on various activities of SHG under Wokha block was undertaken by the convenor of respective SHGs. Earlier the programme was chaired by C. Peter Yanthan, APPO and convenor Wokha block; key note address by Dr. Mhonchan Shitiri, coordinator ATMA Wokha and vote of thanks by Tsenyimo Humtsoe, member Wokha block.
KV Rangapahar excels in academic field
DIMAPUR: The Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV) Rangapahar Cantt has secured 94.11% and 100% result in Class XII and X respectively in the CBSE examinations 2010 and an increase of 30.11% in Class XII result and quality performance in Class X. Further VMC chairman, BGS (Info Sys) Brig Ashwni Sharma, HQ 3 Corps has congratulated principal Kumar Thakur, teachers and staff for their untiring effort to put KV Rangapahar on the track of academic excellence.
NSS social work at Yingli College
DIMAPUR: The NSS unit of Yingli College conducted social work in the college campus on May 19. According to a press note, around 150 students took part in the social work and NSS members cleaned the surrounding of the college and planted trees and flowers. NSS unit also organized a talk on ‘Climate Change’ on May 25 with Raj Verma, joint secretary to the Government of Nagaland and deputy team leader, NEPED, Kohima as the resource person who showed a power point presentation on various aspects of environmental issues. Meanwhile, principal of the college Dr. Alempa Ao and vice Principal B. Henshet Phom also spoke during the programme.
KVK holds training on HRD
KOHIMA: Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), Kohima organized a daylong training on Human Resources Development on May 27 at Botsa. SMS (Agronomy) Imtisenla and SMS (Plant Protection) Michael Peinyu exhorted the training as resource persons on the topic -Nutrient Management in Organic paddy cultivation and Bio-control Management of insect pest of field crops respectively. Earlier, Farm Manager Sesenlo in his keynote address spoke about aims and objectives of KVK. Altogether, 31 Farmers participated in the training which was sponsored by Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA). Vote of thanks was proposed by Chairman, Botsa village council.
CCRCK fetes successful students
DIMAPUR: Education department of Chakhhesang Christian Revival Church Kohima (CCRCK), upper PWD organized a felicitation programme for successful students of HSLC and HSSLC at its church premises on May 23. CCRCK congratulated its two-time topper Vethivolu Nyekha (2nd topper HSLC 2008 and HSSLC 2nd topper 2010) and Bojivie Keviechu 31st topper in HSLC 2010. Earlier the programme was chaired by Besukho Swuro, Rev Zhowuyi Nyekha pronounced the invocation prayer and principal Nagaland Theological College and Seminary Chozuba, Vekudu Lohe was the speaker.
SKK Delhi new team
DIMAPUR: Sumi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (SKK) Delhi elected 11 member team of office bearers for the session 2010-2011 with Michael Ayemi as president, Phikihe P. Achumi as general secretary and Kivinito Achumi as NSUD representative. The new executive members have congratulated Mizhito Chishi for getting through the UPSC examination.
Congress members join NPF
DIMAPUR: The 7-Peren A/C NPF has welcomed members of Congress Old Mpei village who joined NPF party. According to 7-Peren A/C NPF members who tendered resignation from Congress party include President Mpai Old Congress I unit PIkoi and 15 other members
MYO condemns assault
DIMAPUR: Medziphema Youth Organization (MYO) has condemned the incident on May 28 at Khankhurü hotel, (Jharnapani) Medziphema where some “self styled” students organization allegedly assaulted the owner of the hotel and damaged properties belonging to the hotel after having food. MYO referring to its earlier warning issued on May 15 stated that action would be taken to those who were caught indulging in such kind of activities.
Felicitation notes
NCY: Neisatuo colony youth (NCY) has felicitated Zevi Keditsu and Imlinaro Stephanie Ezung for winning 1st and 2nd prize respectively at the 1st Aries rifle and pistol shooting championship held from May 27 to 29.
APSU: The Anaki Phom Staff Union (APSU) has felicitated B. Tushah Phom on being promoted as Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), 6th NAP, Tizit, Mon district. The Union further wished him success in his new responsibilities.


ANPBU enhances bus fare by 25%
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Private Bus Union (ANPBU) has enhanced the passengers fare by 25% above the government rate and would come into effect from June 1 in all routes from Dimapur as per the directive of Transport Department, Government of Nagaland. The Union has requested all travel agencies and passengers to follow the prescribed rate.
Campaign for receiving claim and objection
DIMAPUR: Dimapur DC Maongwati Aier has notified all head of offices, institutions, colony chairmen and VCC to open polling stations on special campaign for receiving claim and objection applications during summary revision of electoral rolls 2010 by keeping tables and chairs for election officials. The campaign is slated on June 5 and 12 from 9: 30 a.m to 3:30 p.m. DC notified that polling stations located in office buildings, institution, Panchayat hall, and community hall were used as designated location for special campaign.
RBHTI free workshop on career guidance
DIMAPUR: Rhastra Bhasha Hindi Training Institute (RBHTI) would be organizing workshop on career guidance, creativity, time and stress management etc for students of Dimapur free of cost
on May 31, 2 p.m at RBHTI, Padum Pukhuri. Resource person for the training is Ramnath Iyer, from Mumbai founder of THE IYER competitive coaching centre.
Registration of
ILP holders
DIMAPUR: Medziphema Youth Organization (MYO) in pursuance of its resolution to check ILP defaulters under its jurisdiction, informed all ILP holders to register with MYO on Fridays and Saturdays at CYO Hall within one month from the date of publication of this matter. A joint press note issued by presidents of Medziphema Village Youth Organization and Medziphema Town Youth Organization cautioned that action would be initiated on failure to comply with the directive and further stated that ILP holders would not be allowed to work or trade under its jurisdiction without valid papers/permits from MYO.
BLOs training
DIMAPUR: Training of Booth Level Officers (BLO) Mokokchung has been fixed on June 1 at DC conference hall, at 1pm. DC and DEO Mokokchung Lithrongla G. Chishi has requested all BLOs to attend the training. Relevant summary revision forms and instructions would be distributed to the BLOs on the same day.
KSU meeting
DIMAPUR: In view of platinum jubilee celebration, Kyong Students’ Union has convened a meeting on June 4, 10am at LTC Hall, Wokha.

 
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