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Jun 16:
Published on 17 Jun. 2010 1:04 AM IST
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ANPSTA meeting
KOHIMA: All Nagaland Pre-Service teachers Association (ANPSTA) will hold an emergency meeting on June 19, 11am at NSF hall to discuss matters relating to ensuing agitation called by ANPSA.
Admit card for NET exam
DIMAPUR: Nagaland University has issued admit cards with necessary information to all eligible candidates who have applied for UGC-NET examination from Nagaland University Centre. UGC-NET Co-ordinator Prof. NDR Chandra informed that examination would be conducted on June 27 at Kohima College, Kruoliezou. Candidates have been informed to reach the examination hall in advance.
Rock music training classes
DIMAPUR: Thunder Youth Club Dimapur will be imparting rock music training classes without admission fees and payable monthly fees. The club has informed interested individual or groups to contact 9856282049 or 9774698514 or email at [email protected] for details.
Social work at Padum Pukhuri
DIMAPUR: Students bodies of various communities and youth leaders of different churches of Padum Pukhuri will be organising mass social work and cleanliness drive on June 19, 5 a.m. at Padum Pukhuri. All youth have been informed to carry spades and ‘daos’ and gather in their respective blocks at the appointed time.
MSU meeting
DIMAPUR: Mungya student union has convened a meeting on June 19, 10:30 am at the residence of games and sports secretary, Mhomo Ezung, Saron colony, Wokha.
CAKU meeting
DIMAPUR: Executive meeting of Chakhro Angami Kuda Union (CAKU) has been convened on June 19, 3 pm at CAKU office, Phevima.
KSU meeting
DIMAPUR: Kyong Students’ Union (KSU) has convened a coordination meeting on June 25, 10am at LTC hall Wokha to deliberate matters regarding its year long platinum jubilee celebration.
Water supply to be affected in parts of Kma
KOHIMA: Water supply to parts of Kohima town will remain affected till June 30. According to PHED, Urban division Kohima, colonies to be affected include Midlane colony, New Market area, DC areas ,16th AR camp, D’ Block, Daklane, Nagabazar area, Chota basti, Mission compound area, Kohima village, Kenuozou colony, Bayavü area, government high school area and New Secretariat area. PHED informed that water supply has been affected due to incomplete diversion line of 200 mm dia C.I pipe and mainline near NH-39 near War cemetery.
No reduction in power despite appeal
DIMAPUR: State department of power has expressed concern that despite its previous appeal regarding restriction in electricity consumption during FIFA World Cup 2010, there has been no “appreciable” reduction of electricity consumption in the past few days. Informing this in a press release, department chief engineer has appealed to all electricity consumers to judiciously utilize available power in the state so as to enable all to view the matches without interruption. Meanwhile, department also stated that it would be compelled to resort to load shedding even during the time of FIFA World Cup 2010 matches if electricity consumption was not reduced.
DMC notifies to remove unwanted shed
DIMAPUR: Dimapur municipal council, traffic and DMC properties in-charge, Blaise Iheilung has informed shed owners to remove unauthorized construction sheds in super market area on or before July 10. DMC further informed that failing to comply with the order; the unauthorized structures would be evicted without further notice. Permit holders have also been informed to submit photo copy of permit to DMC within seven days.
Dimapur -III recomends Vikheho
DIMAPUR: Dimapur -III A/C held an executive meeting on June 15, where the party unanimously resolved to recommend Y. Vikheho Awomi as a representative to the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) to strengthen the congress party and Dimapur-III A/C under the leadership of Tokheho Yepthomi, CLP leader and I Imkong, president NPCC.
Itovi VDB advisor clarifies
DIMAPUR: In response to a news item that appeared in local dailies on April 27, wherein one Bokahoto of Itovi village under Zunheboto district issued a press release claiming to be head GB of Itovi village, Itovi village VDB advisor, K. Lhovito Awomi has clarified that Bokahoto was not the head GB of Itovi village as claimed. The VDB advisor further cautioned Bokahoto to desist from repeating the same, failing which he would be penalized as per customary norms.
NNP+ grateful
DIMAPUR: Network of Naga People Living With HIV and AIDS (NNP+) has extended gratitude to Nagaland Women Voluntary Association (NWVA) under the leadership of Kaisa Rio and Kakheli Jakhalu for contributing an amount of Rs.96,000 as education support for Children Living with HIV and AIDS for the academic year 2010. Expressing hope that the resources would benefit the most needy, particularly children living with HIV to live with dignity and hope.
YGKKD appeals
DIMAPUR: Yezutu-B Ghami Kuqhakulu Dimapur (YGKKD) has appealed for safe release of Ameto Awomi who was allegedly abducted by some underground faction from Kohima on June 14. According to YGKKD has, Ameto was abducted from Kohima town near Red Cross Society office on June 14 and so far there has been no news from the abductors. YGKKD have appealed the responsible person, group, faction to release Ameto unharmed at the earliest on humanitarian ground.
Mpai organisation new team
DIMAPUR: Mpai Organisation (Jalukie valley) Nagaland elected its new team of office bearers for next three years with Namdorang as president, Arang Zeliang as secretary, Ichilia as Treasurer along with 9 (nine) executive members. The new team was elected at a general meeting on June 11at Jalukie town. The house conveyed gratefulness to minister for planning and coordination T. R. Zeliang for his financial contribution towards the organisation.
Medziphema ward-6 grateful
DIMAPUR: In view of upgradation of power transformer from 100KV to 250KV at Medziphema town ward-6, public of the ward have expressed gratitude to EE electrical transmission Chumukedima, SDO, JEs and staff of electricity department Medziphema. The ward has also extended appreciation to MLA K. Hollohon for taking the matter up to DPDB, and ADC Medziphema, S. Doungel for taking initiative in restoring power supply to the area. Ward welfare committee president, S. G. Hollo urged for more support from the responsible authority and department and requested the public to cooperate with the department in using power supply wisely.
Dept of employment informs ex-ITI
DIMAPUR: Director of employment & craftsmen training has informed ex-ITI trainees who applied to undergo apprenticeship training in different trades for the session 2010-11 scheduled to commence from July, to report to office of director of employment & craftsmen training on June 21, 10 am with all original documents and one photograph for selection.
NEEDS implementation committee
DIMAPUR: National Enterprising Entrepreneurs Development Society (NEEDS) has informed that it has formed an implementation committee on June 15 upon decision made by its AGM, comprising of a team of office bearers/members. NEEDS chairman, K. H. Adyanthaya further informed that implementation committee would be exploring possibilities of taking up projects related to the field of health care, education & entrepreneurship and also to develop awareness among general public.
DMC clarifies on parking tax
DIMAPUR: DMC Chief Advisor Er Keditsu clarified that the parking tax was exempted only for private vehicles and not commercial vehicles.

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