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May 19:
Published on 20 May. 2010 12:21 AM IST
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GYCD to felicitate successful students
DIMAPUR: Gorkha Youth Club Dimapur (GCYD) would organize a felicitation programme for all Gorkha students who passed HSLC and HSSLC examination 2010 on June 6, 2pm at Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School premises. Students have been requested to submit photo copy of their mark-sheet on or before May 25 to GYCD central committee or contact 9612951281/9402696711/9436200430/9774287196. Meanwhile, GYCD further informed that it has appointed Kiran Rai as its new general secretary and Rupak Chetri and Roshan B.K as joint secretary.
Training for conduct of census-2011
DIMAPUR: Deputy commissioner and principal census officer census-2011, Dimapur, Maongwati Aier has informed all the enumerators and supervisors that the training for conduct of census-2011 in Dimapur town area would be held on May 24, 25 and 26 at 9am onwards at IMC Hall (Old Lapaloma) Dimapur. All have been directed to attend the training without fail. Failing to comply with this order, a serious action shall be initiated against the defaulter/defaulters as per the Census Act, 1948 or census rule 1990 under Section-11, added the release.
ANPTSA informs
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Pre-Service Teachers’ Association (ANPSTA) has informed all units to select/elect two representatives from their respective units and send their names for induction in the team of ANPSTA office bearers. ANPSTA said its next executive meeting would be held May 31 along with the newly inducted executives.
RSU meeting, cleanliness drive
DIMAPUR: Rengma Students’ Union (RSU) has convened a consultative meeting on May 24, 11am at the union office, Tseminyu. Union has requested all headmistress/headmasters and managing board members of all Government High Schools within Tseminyu sub-division to attend the meeting. Meanwhile, RSU has also informed that it would organize a mass cleanliness drive on May 25 under the slogan “Green Tseminyu”. All students from various educational institutions under Tseminyu sub-division have been requested to gather at RSU office by 8.30am and participate at the cleanliness drive.
NSS officers attend orientation
DIMAPUR: A total of four National Service Scheme (NSS) programme officers from the state attended the orientation programme on environment and sustained development which was held at NEHU, Shillong from May 11-13. The three days programme was organized by Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Sriperumbudur (TN) in collaboration with NSS regional cell Guwahati. The NSS PO from the state who attended the programme were S K Jena of Salt Christian College, Toshi Walling of Peoples College, P Tetso of St. Joseph Jakhama and Rongsentemsu of Mayangnokcha Higher Secondary School. A total of 32 NSS POs from the NE states attended the programme.
WVTF first gathering
DIMAPUR: Wokha Village Theological Fellowship (WVTF) held its first gathering from May 15-16 at Wokha Village Baptist Church (WVBC) with Rev. Dr. Ezamo Murry as the main speaker. A total of 32 members participated at the programme. Fellowship has expressed appreciation to WVBC for hosting the programme and contributing financial support, participants and elders. Meanwhile, WVTF has also elected its executive committee to be headed by James Kithan as president and Wonchio Ngullie as general secretary.
New NST bus service launched
Dimapur: Nagaland State Transport has introduced bus service between Dimapur- Poilwa via Peren. The bus service will operate on alternate days covering route length of 170 K.m and will come into effect from May 21. The service will ply with service number 469 UP from Dimapur- Poilwa and 470 DN from Poilwa- Dimapur.
DMO Wokha informs on ACT
DIMAPUR: In reference to report on adverse event with regard to Artemisinin Combination Therapy (ACT) under Wokha district, the District Malaria Officer (DMO) Wokha has informed the coordinator National Pharmacovigilance Programme, Department of Pharmacology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences that positive cases treated with ACT had no adverse event so far under Wokha district. Informing this in a press statement issued by Dr. Zuben Kikon, DMO Wokha has appealed to the responsible authority to the responsible authority to initiate necessary action.
IMFL seized in Dimapur
DIMAPUR: The Dimapur district Excise enforcement duty party under the command of inspectors Khevito and Chanlei along with AIE Shihai and five constables seized a total of 744 bottles of IMFL and beer from two different locations in Dimapur town on May 19. Informing this in a press statement issued by Pitongse Sangtam, superintendent of Excise and Prohibition Dimapur said two persons namely, Achila Yimchunger resident of Kohima and Hekato Yeptho s/o Vikeye Yeptho a resident of Supply colong Dimapur were arrested and the seized articles being deposited in Excise ‘Malkhana’.
SAYO condemns May 14 incident
DIMAPUR: Southern Angami Youth Organization (SAYO) has condemned May 14 incident on NH-39 near Dimori Cove where two Manipur bound trucks were allegedly pushed off the road by unknown miscreants. Organization general secretary, Viyovol Chaya stated in a press release that SAYO has ascertained the incident was not the hand-work of the Southern Angami community, and condemned it as an act of “cowardice”. It has also requested the responsible authorities to book the culprits and punish them accordingly. Further, SAYO has informed that it would not take responsibility for any trucks plying “at their own risk”.
Naga Hoho meeting
DIMAPUR: As resolved by the executive council of the Naga Hoho on May 18, all the presidents/ representatives of various tribe hoho’s have been invited for a consultative meeting on May 22 at Japfu Hotel Kohima at 11am to deliberate on present Naga political scenario. All members have been requested to attend the meeting.
House numbers revamp in Razhüphe
DIMAPUR: Head village chief and chairman, industrial village Razhüphe, Dimapur has informed all villagers within industrial village Razhüphe, Dimapur that the village council as per meeting held on May 15 found certain practical difficulties in the existing house numbers. In this regard, the council has decided to revamp the old existing house numbers within the village. All villagers have been requested to cooperate with the village authority while listing/installing the new accurate house number.
ENPSTA Mon unit on teachers’ interview
DIMAPUR: The ENPSTA, Mon unit has questioned members of education department regarding the selection and appointment of primary teachers in the recently concluded teachers’ interview.ENPSTA, Mon unit questioned that though newly created posts exceeded the number of trained persons in Mon district yet some trained persons were not selected and that those trained persons who were qualified in zwritten interview were disqualified. It also added though trained teachers were appointed, there was no school to teach as “some ghost school” in Mon district exist, alleged the ENPSTA, Mon unit.

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