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Published on 18 May. 2010 12:28 AM IST
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EBRC Bhandari clarifies on SSA funds
DIMAPUR: Clarifying to the news item ‘KLRSU cautions irregular employees in Bhandari’ which appeared on May 15, the coordinator (SSA) Y James Humtsoe under ERBC Bhandari asserted that no cash transaction was done in SSA and all the transaction were routed through draft and therefore the question of ‘deduction’ by ERBC did not arise. The coordinator in a press statement said the transactions were routed through the joint account of the VEC chairman and secretary and withdrawals cannot be made except by the account holders. He also said that all civil works, utilization certificates with photographs were submitted by the VECs with proper signature and seal and asked the KLRSU to first get some knowledge about the norms and systems of the project rather than “threatening” the ERBC officials. The ERBC also cautioned the KLRSU of legal actions if no clarification was issued through media and in person and further asked the KLRSU to come out with the minutes of the executive meeting which was held on May 5.
GHS Bumei, Tobu without proper staff
KOHIMA: All Nagaland School Teacher’s Association (ANSTA) Tobu unit led by its president CB Thuba and secretary N Sheakpong paid a visit to Government high School Bumei, Mpong and Tobu from May 4 to 6. During an interaction with the government high school Bumei staff, the team detected that the HSLC nil result was due to the negligence of the head master who never turned up for duty despite his posting and was recently transferred on April 19 and no replacement have been made so far. ANSTA Tobu unit said the Government High School Tobu had no replacement for science teachers who was undergoing B.Ed training w.e.f from February 2010 and no languages teacher has been appointed so far at all these high schools. The unit has urged the higher authorities to do the needful at the earliest.
State election department informs
DIMAPUR: As per directive of Election Commission of India, state Election Department has issued the following Summary Revision of Electoral Rolls for the information of all political parties and the general public in Nagaland that- Draft publication would be carried out on June 2; Period for filing claims and objections, from June 2 to June 17; Reading of relevant part/section of E/rolls in Gram Sabha/local bodies and RWAs meeting etc and verification of names, from June 5 to June 12; Special campaign dates with BLAs of political parties for receiving claims and objections, on June 5 and June 12; Photography for the new electors to be completed, on June 5 and June 12; Disposal of claims and objections, on July 5; Printing and supplements to be completed, on July 28; and Final publication of E/rolls, on July 30.
Abducted victim returns

DIMAPUR, MAY 17 (NPN): Clarifying on the reported abduction of two persons on Sunday evening, Dimapur police informed that one of them identified as Mathi Ao had returned to the hotel the same day at around 8.30 pm but was later asked to leave the hotel by the management along with his friend. Asked about the altercation, police said, he told the hotel management that it was a ‘relationship’ issue with girls. Police were not informed about the developments of the case until the next morning. (Staff Reporter)
1011 motorists penalized

DIMAPUR, MAY 17 (NPN): Within a span of one month, Dimapur police penalized a total of 1011 motorists for violation of various motor acts and collected a sum of Rs 1, 01,100 as fine. According to police sources, the total amount has been submitted to the government through treasury challan. (Staff Reporter)

Rio condole Shekhawat’s demise

DIMAPUR: Nagaland chief minister, Neiphiu Rio has expressed condolence over the demise of Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, former vice president of India who passed away on May 15.
Rio in a condolence message stated that Shekhawat was well known for his progressive stands on various social issues and in whose demise, the country has lost an astute and able political leader who dedicated his life to the welfare of the poor.
The chief minister, on behalf of the government of Nagaland, conveyed condolences to members of the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.

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