DIMAPUR: Dream Foundation of Nagaland (DFoN) was formed on June 5 by like-minded group of people with common interest to facilitate community development initiatives in the State.
Its aims and objectives are to support and reach out many lives by sponsoring worthy causes around the State, empower the vulnerable sections of the society by building up their capacities through education, health and skill-based development. DFoN chairman Kuhoi Yeptho informed that it would cover all over Naga inhabitant areas within Nagaland.
Some of the objectives of DFoN are to promote charitable works such as helping the poor and needy, orphans, destitute, disabled etc, encourage Youth to continually strive for excellence in the field of human development, setting up of libraries rendering help and assisting any organization, governmental as well as other NGOs’ during natural calamities to support the needy people who are willing to take up works as profession, to enable them an opportunity to undertake their self generating income by helping him/her financially or materially.
Census exercise at Totok Chingnyu
DIMAPUR: Deputy commissioner, Mon, Dinesh Kumar IAS along with Hiazu Meru SDO (C) Mon, EAC Mon HQ Ilika Zhimomi and master trainer Lily, lecturer Wangkhao College Mon visited Totok Chingnyu village on July to monitor the ongoing Census exercise. DC convened a combine meeting with village leaders, supervisors, enumerators of four villages namely Totok Chingnyu, Totok Chinglen, Totok Chingha and Totok Chingkho. In the meeting DC, stressed on the importance and relevance of census in all developmental works and directed them fill in the house listing and NPR schedules accurately according to the guide lines given by the Government of India. DC also highlighted the introduction of unique identity cards using biometric technology and the need to ensure the avoidance of multiple entries by an individual to avoid delection. DC also cross checked the already filled in House listing and NPR schedules.
STH seizes alcohol
DIMAPUR: Sumi Totimi Hoho (STH), Hozukhe village conducted a surprise checking on June 29 on vehicles heading towards Niuland from Dimapur and seized 100 bottles of alcohol (Rum and Beer) and 35 packets of ‘gutkha’. Informing this in a press statement issued by Hosheli Zhimo, president Sumi Totimi Hoho Hozukhe village said that the seized items were destroyed in-front of village GBs, VC chairman, student bodies and elders. Further, the president expressed gratitude to Atokhe Aye, EAC Nihokhu; village GBs and councils for their necessary support.
SVC informs to register land
DIMAPUR: Saijang Village Council (SVC) has reminded all responsible to register their plot/land to the council by submitting photo copy of allotment permit on July 15. Lalpu Sithom, chairman SVC has further informed that those failing to comply with the notice within the informed date would have no further right or claim whatsoever.