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July 1:
Published on 1 Jul. 2010 11:47 PM IST
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Lab inauguration
KOHIMA: Inaugural function of PHED Sub division Laboratory and two-day training of Water Quality Testing Laboratory incharge of officer of all districts of the state at Kohima Water Treatment Plant (WTP) , near Kohima Science College will take place on July 6,10 am with minister for PHED Dr. Ngangshi K Ao as the chief guest.
Form for 6th ROP
DIMAPUR: Dimapur District Pensioners’ Association (DDPA) has informed that forms of application for 6th ROP would be issued from July 5 at DDPA office, opposite NIDC office Dimapur at 11am. All pensioners/family pensioners have been requested to produce pension book and D-card for the purpose.
TSUD meeting
DIMAPUR: Presidential meeting of Tenyimi Students Union Dimapur (TSUD) has been convened on July 3 at union office at 3:30pm. All the unit presidents have been requested to attend the meeting.
KVSU meeting
DIMAPUR: Khukishe Village Students’ Union (KVSU) has convened a general meeting on July 7 at union office, Khukishe village at 10am. All the executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
ABK meeting
DIMAPUR: Asuto Bokhu Kuqhakulu (ABK) has convened a general meeting on July 3, 10 am at Go- Karting Pudampukhuri, national highway 39. All the GBs, politician, elders, officers, contractors, businessman, church leaders, students and general public have been requested to attend the meeting.
LSU jubilee souvenir
KOHIMA: In view of its 50th anniversary, Leshemi Students’ Union will bring out a souvenir on December 29 tentatively. The union has requested all its members to contribute articles, poems, essays. Jokes etc and submit to any of the LSU executives or souvenir committee before August 31. Interested students may contact 9856620782 for further details.
Seminar on climate
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Governor, Nikhil Kumar will attend the inaugural session of the two day National seminar on ‘differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities: response to climate Change’ as chief guest on July 2 at St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama. Keynote speakers will be Sunita Narian, Director Centre for Science & Environment New Delhi and Rakesh Kalshian Panos South Asia, Guwahati. Probir Bose, The Climate Project, will also make a special presentation.
Workshop on hotel management
KOHIMA: The Global Open University, Nagaland (TGOUN) will conduct a workshop on Hotel Management and Fashion Technology on July 3 at Kohima campus near A&H Opp Veterinary office, Pezielietsie colony Kohima. Subject experts from the Institute of Hotel Management (IHM) Guwahati and International Institute of Fashion Technology (IIFT) Delhi will be the resource persons. Mitali, Senior lecturer from IIFT, Delhi will be speaking on “the scope, career options and current educational trends in the field of fashion technology” and Soumitra Sen, senior lecturer, IHM Guwahati will discuss on “Building a successful career in Hotel Management Industry”.
NPSC clarifies
DIMAPUR: With reference to NPSC notification no. NPSC/CON-35/2009 dated June 30, 2010 the name of the candidate recommended to the post of Research Assistant (Konyak) appearing at SL. No. 3 should read as P. Yongwe Wumnok (Roll No. 202) and not as published.
Meanwhile, apropos to the news item that appeared on July 1 under the caption ‘NPSC declares viva voce result’, the name of the candidate in serial 5 in the list of EAC should read as Imnalensa and not as Imnalensa Lotha as published. The error is regretted.
DMC directs butchers
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) has restricted slaughtering of any kind of animals for commercial purposes and selling of meat in places other than DMC designated places as per provision of Nagaland Municipal Act 2001. Informing this in a press statement Er. K. Keditsu, chief advisor DMC has directed all butchers to shift their business to DMC designated locations and that under no circumstances selling of meat would be allowed on road side other than DMC designated locations. Further, persons selling flesh, fish or poultry under DMC jurisdiction are asked to display fitness certificates of animals/birds issued by DMC doctor and that contravention of the order would invite penalty as per the appropriate provision of Municipal Act 2001.
Mon administrators inspect census
DIMAPUR: DC Mon Dinesh Kumar IAS along with SDO Civil Chen Lungheising and EAC, Mon Hq. Ilika Zhimomi visited Chenmoho and Chenwetnyu villages under Chen Sub-Division on June 29 to inspect ongoing house listing and NPR work. The team conducted meeting with village council chairman & members, secretaries of VDB/VHC/VEMB/WATSAN, GBs along with census supervisors and the enumerators on the importance and relevance of projection of accurate census. The team also inspected few households to cross check the already filled in house listing and NPR schedules. Some minor anomalies found in the entry of data for which the charger officer, the supervisors and the enumerators have been directed to take corrective measures.
ORSU felicitation programme held
DIMAPUR: Felicitation programme for successful students of UPSC and NPSC from Old Riphyim village, hosted by Old Riphyim Students’ Union (ORSU) was held on June 26 at Morashen hall, Tourist complex, Old Riphyim. The felicitated students were K. Zuthunglo Patton (ITS) and N. Abeno Patton, inspector (Industries and Commerce). According to a press statement, the programme was held in collaboration with Churches and village councils and E. Mhonbemo Patton, IAS Commissioner and Secretary, Planning and Coordination exhorted the gathering, while Jerry Patton, chairman delivered the welcome address. The programme concluded with prayer by Kilo Kithan, assistant pastor Old Riphyim Baptist Church.
KTC foundation day observed
DIMAPUR: Kihoto Theological College (KTC), Yahkor Tuensang 10th foundation day was observed on June 7 at the college conference hall with Akhang, executive secretary Yimchunger Baptist Borubu Amukhongdi as the speaker. Speaking on the occasion, Akhang said that the college produced so many warriors of Christ by God’s love alone and also encouraged the college community to bring a holistic development. Other highlights of the programme included special song by students board members of the college, Longkhang invoked God’s blessing and the programme was chaired by lecturer Athu.
KGCUD changes nomenclature to KNUD
DIMAPUR: Kandinu Group Citizens Union Dimapur (KGCUD) in a meeting held on June 20 has changed the nomenclature to Kandi Ni Union Dimapur (KNUD) with new office bearers Ndama Kath as president, Vacant as general secretary and other members. Further, handing and taking over of files would be held on July 3 at the residence of Ndama Kath, Rengma gaon at 3pm. All the new and old office bearers newly elected executive members and collectors have been requested to attend the meeting.
HVSU social work
DIMAPUR: Humtso village students union (HVSU) will be organizing social work on July 3 at 7 am; and Baptist youth fellowship service at Humtso Baptist Church at 5:30 pm with its former president Yiben R. Humtsoe, co-founder, Backstage campaign as the speaker of the programme.
Peren DPDB meeting held
DIMAPUR: Monthly meeting of Peren District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) was held at DC’s Complex, New Peren (HQ) on June 29 under the chairmanship of Minister for Planning & Co-ordination Evaluation, Vety & AH, Parliamentary Affairs, T.R. Zeliang. The board reviewed the last (DPDB) meeting minutes and discussed on temporary shifting of Peren College to Mpai junction, repair renovation of British Bunglow at Pedi and Peletkie, allotment of land for Red Cross Society building at District (HQ), proposal for global holistic health centre Jalukie and creation of new R.D-Block at Ngwalwa.
WDAU membership
DIMAPUR: All registered member of Wokha district auto rickshaw union (WDAU) have been informed to submit an amount of Rs.200 as yearly membership for 2010 on July 15. WDAU president Chonchithung Murry further informed all union representatives Zanbenthung Ezung, Thungchamo Yanthan, Thungao Ezung, Chonben Murry, Lumchamo Kithan and Benthungo Yanthan to collect yearly membership.
DIER to launch English ‘Reading’ club
DIMAPUR: Dimensions Institute for Education & Research (DIER) will be launching an ‘English Reading Club’ for authors, writers, story-tellers, readers, narrators and public speakers from August 1.The Club has invited authors, writers, story-tellers, readers, narrators and public speakers of any age group to register with DIER and to call 09436019342 for further information.
Congress party election at 7 ACCCs
DIMAPUR: The Congress party election to the 7 (seven) ACCCs under Kohima district was completed on June 29. The respective AROs submitted reports and the following members were declared elected by observing necessary formalities as required for conducting fair and smooth election. 8th Western Angami ACCC: ACCC office bearers - president, Ahie Secü, vice president, Vitsalhou, treasurer, Ape, executive member, Neicasatuo. DCC members - Vizovotuo Nagi, .Meyapie, Vibeilie Seyie, Shri.Selie Chase, Khuvishe (Atomu), Akruo Nyusou. PCC member - Asu Keyho, 9th Kohima Town ACCC: ACCC office bearers – president, Abalie Medoze, vice president, Ba-o Khruomo, treasurer, Vakhranile. Executive member – Philp DCC members - Kevi Vizo, Imkong Meren Jamir, Aba Kuotsu, Khrieno, Moses Khruomo. PCC member - Z.Obed Solo.
PACSU seizes expired goods
DIMAPUR: Pungro Area College Students’ Union (PACSU) conducted a surprise checking of expired goods in various shops of Pungro town on June 25 and seized expired goods worth Rs. 25, 000. In a press statement, John, press and information secretary PACSU said that in the presence of PACSU officials, administration and adhoc town council of Pungro town, all the seized goods were destroyed and burned for the interest of general public.
Kiphire farmers tour Arunachal
DIMAPUR: Kiphire district farmers and field functionaries’ toured Arunachal Pradesh on June 21 to 28. The team was led by project director ATMA and SDAO Kiphire, G. Kiyevi Ayemi. 12 farmers and field functionaries from agri and allies departments participated during the exposure tour. The team visited Tezpur, Bholokpong, Rupa, Bomdila, Dhirang, Tawang and Bomla Heart (India-China) Border. The team also visited important farming places such as tomato off season cultivation, potato farm, Kiwi farm, horti farm at Rupa, KVK office at Tawang.
Trg on climate change at Sanis town
DIMAPUR: ATMA Sanis block and KBES jointly organized a block level training on climate change and its impact on agriculture & allied activities at Sanis town on June 26.
During technical session, various topics related to climate change including global warming and its impact on the environment and impact on agriculture and livestock production, importance of vermiculture and different soil conservation methods were discussed by W/Ralan block convener, Pon Jami; Sanis block BTT member Y. N. Mozhui; and Sanis block BTT convener, Chumbeni Odyuo. A total of 56 representatives of different villages of the area participated at the training. ATMA Wokha project co-ordinator, Dr. Mhonjan Shitiri gave the keynote address, while SDO (C) Sanis town, Orenthung Patton delivered greetings to participants.
ACM assigned for undertaking work
DIMAPUR: Advisory Committee Members (ACM) under KMC has been assigned to advice the administrator, KMC on the subject matters against their respective names.
ACM include Lhouvi Tseikha (9862031128) for general sanitation, labour welfare and inspection; Neisakuo-u Medom (9436005688) maintenance of motor pool (tipper, bob cat and JCB); Neiletuo Kire (9436000455) for revenue and expenditure and toll tax; Kezhazer Whuorie (9774002558) for trade tax, import and export permit and coupon; Vizetuo Solo (9436011624) for hoarding, banner, parking tax and commercial vehicles; Neilhouvi Chutso (9856231697) for daily market, street vendors, market complex and sheds; Vibeilietuo Kets (9436001460) for machineries, vehicle, purchases and repairs; Y. Chuba Ao (9436062553) for city development, beautification, maintenance of public amenities; Ahielie Theyo (9436804654) for market, price regulation, weights and measures and Kuolachalie Sevie (9436005219) for legal matters, construction permit, building bye-laws and all state and centrally sponsored schemes (SIPMIU), Kohima Solar City, NPCB.
SJP meet held in Tuensang
TUENSANG: Socialist Janata Party (SJP) general meeting was held here on July 29 at Tuensang, with Akheachumi National Vice President Socialist Janata Party as main guest. Speaking at the meeting, Akheiachumi, focused for bringing a new development of mobile tower under Tuensang district. He regretted that, lack of specific planning and farsightedness of the people was the main cause of backwardness of the district and exhorted the gathering to work united and collectively to bring more development in the district. The meeting deliberated on programme and policies of the party and reiterated its commitment to usher in more development in the state through their active participation and initiative. During the meeting, new office bears were also nominated for Tuensang district where, C. Phiem Chang as president Tuensang district, T. Kiutan Vice President Tuensang district and Wati General Secretary Tuensang district, Akum Sangtam as joint secretary Tuensang district respectively. Meanwhile, the organizing committee of the party in a released issued by T. Kiutan Vice President Tuensang district Socialist Janata Party, extended immense gratitude to the visiting teams for their maiden visit and further expressed optimism that their concerned showing towards the people of the district shall be acknowledged by all.
AR seizes IMFL, ganja along NH 39
DIMAPUR: Mobile patrol of 16 Assam Rifles of HQ 5 Sector under IGAR (N) seized 56 cases of IMFL on Jun 30. The troops while carrying out mobile vehicle checking intercepted a Hyundai Santro bearing Registered No NL-02T-1232 moving from Dimapur to Kohima. The apprehended persons along with recovery were handed over to North PS Kohima. Meanwhile, 41and 16 AR under HQ 5 Sector of IGAR (N) in a joint operation recovered 150kgs of contraband ganja hidden in bushes along NH-39 near MS 42 on June 29. According to a defence release, the contraband was hidden in eight separate packets which might have been abandoned by the traffickers. The recovery was handed over to PS (North) Kohima.

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