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May 23:
Published on 24 May. 2010 12:07 AM IST
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ANGDA re-affirms to stick with CANSSEA
DIMAPUR: The All Nagaland Government Drivers’ Association (ANGDA) has re-affirmed to stick to CANSSEA’s directive to avail mass casual leave from May 24 to 26. In a press communiqué Milan Raj Banshi, president and Kevilezo Tunyi, general secretary ANGDA said until their demand is fulfilled the association would stand by CANSSEA’s decision.
NBM organizes interactive session
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Bamboo Mission (NBM) in a bid to link up the talent of old aged group with the market organized an interactive session between old age SHG Ghar village and Nagaland Bamboo Mission on May 20 at Ghar village under Mokokchung district. It may be noted that this SHG from Ghar village is collection of all the aged men (around 31 of them) gather once a week in the community hall and makes handicrafts, basketry and mat production, which is being supplied to the market all over North-east and some parts of India.
Mon SHG tour Sikkim
DIMAPUR: A team comprising 13 members of women Self-Help Group (ATMA) from Mon district visited the capital of Sikkim state, Gangtok on exposure tour from May 2 to 7. The team was led by the project director, ATMA, Mon and Thunglamo Zami, WDT member, land resources development department, Mon. At Gangtok, they visited the Cardamon farms, floriculture gardens and many other important farms, nurseries, training centres and processing units for upgradation of their skills.
SBIOA new office bearers
DIMAPUR: The State Bank of India Officers’ Association (SBIOA), North East Circle (NEC), Dimapur zone has elected new team of office bearers for the present tenure with L.B. Pradhan as regional president, T. A. P. Paul as regional secretary, Bikram Singh as regional finance secretary, V. Metha as Kohima zonal secretary and I. Chuba Ao as Mokokchung zonal secretary.
SKK condemns Mao gate incident
DIMAPUR: All Sumi Student Union has condemned the atrocity act of Manipur police on May 6 at Mao gate where two innocent students were killed and many injured. The act of Manipur police is beyond human toleration and condemnable at any given situation. The union conveyed its deepest sympathy to bereaved families.
CAL distributed to GMS students
KOHIMA: Inaugural function of Computer Aided Learning (CAL) contributed by DMA, SSA was held on May 15 at GMS Nerhema with ADC Martha as guest of honour. Dignitaries from DMA, SSA, DIS and SI Chiephozobou, EBRC coordinator, VEC chairman and colleagues, village council chairman and GB’s, head teachers and host of teachers with students attended the function. VEC Nerhema and head teacher GMS expressed gratitude to DMA SSA for contributing computer to GMS School Nerhema and expected that student’s community would be benefited in the days to come.
Supervisors training
DIMAPUR: All supervisors and enumerators for the census 2011 operation under Chumukedima circle have been directed to attend the training from May 24 -26 at Government Higher Secondary School, Chumukedima from 10 am. The DC who is also principal officer of Census of Dimapur district, cautioned that defaulters shall be penalized as per provision under Census Act.
IVRC to remove unauthorized house numbers
DIMAPUR: The Industrial Village Razhüphe Council (IVRC) in an emergency meeting held on May 21 has decided to remove all unauthorized house numbers of unauthorized ward/khel/colony within the village jurisdiction with an immediate effect for the smooth functioning of census operation. In a press communiqué T.L. Angami, head village chief and chairman IRVC said the council has also decided that only census house listing would be used for the entire Industrial Village Razhüphe, Dimapur.
2nd Akuluto area inter-school meet
DIMAPUR: The 2nd Akuluto area inter-school meet was held from May 13 to 15 at public ground, Akuluto town with the theme, “Students towards excellence”. According to a press note, six schools participated in the meet and the all round championship was bagged by Hillto Children Home School with Royal School carrying away the best discipline award. Further the Akuluto Range Students’ Union (ARSU) has thanked all the schools authorities for their cooperation towards the union and all groups and individual for their financial and material support. ARSU has also specially expressed gratitude to I. Kheto Kinimi, MLA Nagaland for providing rice to the villagers of Akuluto and VK area and wished him success in all his future endeavors.
Alongtaki A/C clarifies report
DIMAPUR: Reacting to a press release on ‘Plea to retain DIS Mangolemba’s post’, published on May10, the 30 Alongtaki A/C (NPF) clarified that its president and office bearers on no occasion made any appeal to education minister to retain the post of DIS Mangolemba. Alongtaki A/C president and general secretary further stated that NPF party and general public stood by the decision and wishes of its area parliamentary secretary Er. Saku Aier and appealed to cncerned persons/authority not to be mislead by concocted news item.
RSBY card renewal
KOHIMA: Renewal of RSBY card for Kijümetouma Dihoma, Rüsoma, Chedema Model Chedema village will be conducted on May 27, Garephema Bawe, Touphema, Botsa, Tsiemekhuma, Seiyhama and Tiechüma on May 28, Chiechama, Nachama, New Nachama,Chiephobozou, Nerhema Phezha and Gariphe Basa on May 29, Tsiesema Bawe, Tsiesema Basa, Merema, Thizama, Phekerkhriema basa ,Phekekhriema Bawe, Zhadima, Zhadima New and Viphoma on May 31. Village chairmen under Chiephobozou Block have been requested to present personally or send one representative with authorization letter for FQ cards of their respective village on May 26 at Chiephobozou Town Hall between 9 a.m at 12 noon.
Free animal health care in Tuli
DIMAPUR: A free animal health care cum anti-rabies vaccination camp was held on May 22 at Tuli town sponsored and organized by ATMA Mokokchung, Changtongya block. Dr Aoyimsen Jamir informed the pet owners on the care and management of dogs, common diseases and ailments and the importance of annual vaccination. Altogether, 250 dogs were vaccinated during the camp along with treatment of few dogs with different diseases.
IGAR donates computer, TV, DTH
DIMAPUR: As a part of on going civic action projects, the 24 Assam Rifles under the aegis of 5 Sect, IGAR (North) Assam Rifles donated 04 (four) computers, accessories and necessary furniture to St Gabriel School at Murise Village to establish a computer lab. Meanwhile, the 13 Assam Rifles under the aegis of Hq 5 sector Assam Rifles, IGAR (N) donated a LCD television set and a DTH under DGAR MCA project to Zamai village under Pfutsero sub division in a function organized on May 13.

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