DC Zunheboto visit landslide areas
DIMAPUR: Deputy commissioner Zunheboto, Kiheto Zhimomi visited severe landslide occurred affected area at Zunheboto on Friday. The affected area included MP Kikheho residence area at South point, Ilhoge residence area at Poghuboto colony and below the present Industry Office at new colony Kiheto. According to an official bulletin, the DC was accompanied by chief advisor ZTC, Huska and a team of DBs.
Tree plantation at govt Polytechnic College
DIMAPUR: NSS volunteers of Government Polytechnic College, Kohima along with faculty organized a tree plantation in the college campus on June 14. According to a press statement, around 58 volunteers participated in the plantation drive. Further, the programme officer expressed gratitude to state liaison officer NSS for providing the saplings.
Eastern Command Naga Army FGN welcomes
DIMAPUR: 7th Brigade Eastern Command Naga Army, Federal Government of Nagaland (FGN) has welcomed 2nd Ltn. Naso Chang, SDF Hebron camp NSCN (IM) for joining FGN under the leadership of Kedage S. Singya. it further wished him success in his future endeavors to serve and render for Naga nation.
Kuki Inpi, Zeliangrong baudi (N) meet
DIMAPUR: Kuki Inpi and Zeliangrong baudi (N) has convened a joint meeting on June 30 at Jalukie rest house. All responsible have been requested to attend the meeting.
AR seize liquor along NH-39
DIMAPUR: Troops of 16 Assam Rifles under HQ 5 Sect of IGAR (N) seized 25 cases of IMFL during routine mobile vehicle check post along NH-39 on June 23. According to a defence release, the Assam Rifles troops apprehended 3 personnel including a woman traveling in a Maruti Van registered No NL-01 T 6106 from Kohima to Zakhama. The apprehended individuals along with the said recovery were handed over to the PS, Kohima, added the defence release.
LSU freshers day
KOHIMA: The 22nd freshers’ day of Losami Students Union (LSU) was held on June 19 on the theme ‘Strive for excellence’. PS to parliamentary secretary Tourism, law and Justice Eyekowe K Tara who was the chief guest of the programme exhorted the students to cope with the rest of the competitive world and also donated Rs.10,000.
45 Tehok ACCC (I) clarifies
DIMAPUR: Clarifying the news item “45 Tehok A/C INC members resign”published on June 23, ACCC (I) 45 Tehok said that it had never received any ‘self-style’ resignation from INC members and there was no Wangnao Angh at Chenloisho village. According to W. Shenpha Wangnao, president 45 Tehok ‘responsible person’ may be ‘Wangmao Angh’ not ‘Wangnao’, and question of resignation from INC does not arise.
NSS w’shop and orientation at Tetso college
DIMAPUR: Tetso College Dimapur conducted an orientation cum National Service Scheme (NSS) workshop on June 21 where L. Kenneth Punyu, state liaison officer NSS, Kohima provided detail on the activities of NSS and granted additional NSS unit to Tetso College. According to a press statement issued by Dr. P.S. Lorin, principal Tetso College, a village would be adopted by the NSS unit of Tetso College where activities like cleanliness and social work would be conducted.
disaster management course in Zbto
DIMAPUR: Department of Civil Defence and Home Guards conducted five days orientation course on disaster management for ward members of Zunheboto, Wokha, Phek, Mon and Tuensang from June 21 to 25 at Central Training Institute (CTI) Toluvi, Dimapur. The objective of the course was to impart knowledge and to develop ward members as master trainers on disaster. A total of 46 ward members attended the training and the resource persons included Akhu Kath, JSO; Vikiho K Sema, district commandant Zunheboto and team of instructors from CTI Toluvi, Dimapur.
Mon DPDB meeting held
DIMAPUR: The monthly District Planning and Development Board (DPDB) meeting of Mon was held on June 15 at the conference hall of the deputy commissioner Mon Dinesh Kumar. According to an official bulletin, Mon district forest officer, Kikon explained on the Year of Plantation and requested members to extend cooperation and create awareness about the program to the general public. After deliberating on the day’s agenda, the house recommended and approved Grant-in-Aid to Paramount School, Aboi.
EYSU mass social work
DIMAPUR: Ehunnu and Yikhanu Students’ Union (EYSU) conducted a mass social work on June 19. The union has expressed gratitude to Ehunnu Baptist Church and students for their physical and financial help during the social work.
ZSU (N) call to Peren govt. employees
DIMAPUR: Zeliangrong Students Union (N) has urged all officers and staff of every department under Peren district to be regular in their respective duties. The union in a press statement said it received many complaints from the general public and said some officers hardly attended office in the first or second week of the month. ZSU (N) directed all the officers to be in the office during office working hours and if any one was found absent without reason, during surprise checking the union will summon and take necessary legal action. In a separate, statement the union appealed the responsible department to renovate the BDO office Jalukie, at the earliest which was in deplorable condition.
KASU (M) and NSU (M) summon
DIMAPUR: Kuilong Area Students Union (KASU) and Nallong Students Union (NSU0 served an ultimatum to Gupta and Bisnu, timber contractor for illegally cutting down trees for log from Nallong students Union reserve forest adjacent to the Barak river, bordering New Puilwa village. The unions on June 17 led by KASU president L. K Pamai, general secretary N Silubou along with NSU former president visited the reserve forest and found some logs still lying in the forest. KASU and NSU have directed the responsible person to report to the KASU office before July 8. The unions further urged NTTU and PDTA to check such members under whose umbrella they were working, randomly without the knowledge of the forest owner.
Training for medical officers in Zunheboto
DIMAPUR: A three day training for medical officers under Zunheboto district on Universal Immunization Programme was conducted from June 23 to 25 at the CMO’s office. The resource person for the training included Dr.Temsu SMO, WHO, Kohima and district immunization officer Dr. Alemwabang Aier. An inaugural function was held at the training venue chaired by DIO and the keynote address was delivered by deputy CMO, Dr. Hokishe Sema. The training was attended by 15 medical officers from the district and aimed at improving the immunization status in the district and for skill up gradation of the trainees.