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Jun 17:
Published on 18 Jun. 2010 12:55 AM IST
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RSU meeting
DIMAPUR: Rengma Students Union (RSU) have convened an emergency meeting with the tribunals and seniors of the union on June 21, 4.30 pm at the residence of its former president Er. G.Keppen, below Circuit House, Kohima.
IRCS, Senapati Branch annual meet
DIMAPUR: Annual general meeting of Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS), Senapati Branch has been convened on June 19, 10 am at Khyafii Restaurant, Senapti. IRCS has informed all life members, life associates and the newly enrolled members of Senapati branch to attend the meeting.
SBAK Nito Mount meeting
DIMAPUR: Executive council meeting of SBAK Nito Mount has been convened on June 22, 8 am at the administrative premises at Nito Mount. All executive council members have been requested to attend the meeting.
ANPSTA Wokha Unit meeting
DIMAPUR: A meeting of All Nagaland Pre-Service Teachers’ Association (ANPSTA), Wokha unit would be held on June 19, 9.30 am near IDCCS Office. All PSTE trained personal under Wokha unit have been requested to attend the meeting.
ANPSTA Kohima unit meet
KOHIMA: Emergency meeting of All Nagaland Pre-Service teachers Association (ANPSTA) Kohima unit has been convened on June 19, 10 a.m at NSF hall to discuss matters relating to ensuing agitation called by ANPSA.
KSU meeting
DIMAPUR: Members of Kyong Students’ Union (KSU) steering committee and various committees, office bearers and federating units have been requested to attend the meeting on June 25, 10am at LTC hall Wokha to deliberate matters regarding its year long platinum jubilee celebration.
HASSU executive meeting
DIMAPUR: Highway Area Sumi Students’ Union (HASSU) has convened an executive meeting on June 19, 10am at union banker.
UBCA pastors, women leaders meet
DIMAPUR: A joint meeting of United Baptist Churches pastors and women leaders under United Baptist Church Association (UBCA) has been convened on June 19 at United Baptist Church, Balijan near LRC, Dimapur.
Collection of RMSA format
DIMAPUR: District Education Officer (DEO), Dimapur has informed all responsible to collect RMSA format X, Y and W respectively with effect from June 18 to 22 from DEO office Dimapur during office hours for onward submission to higher authority latest by this month end. All the responsible headmasters and principles of private high school, private higher secondary school and private colleges attached with higher secondary school under Dimapur district have been requested to submit the respective RMSA format to the DEO office after necessary entries being made for compilation.
CMO informs for grade III, IV pension
DIMAPUR: Quarterly medical board for confirmation of service, invalidation and commutation of pension for grade-III & IV (non-gazette) staff under Dimapur district would be conducted on June 23 and June 24, 9.30am at the office of Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dimapur. All heads of department under Dimapur district have been requested to intimate names and particulars of intending candidates with the purpose for which he/she wished to appear before the board to CMO’s office Dimapur within 7 days of the scheduled date. Further, CMO Dimapur, Dr. K. Solo has informed that candidates appearing before the board without prior information to responsible office will not be entertained.
ZPO general session
DIMAPUR: Zeliang People Organization (ZPO) held its general session on May 28 at Peren town. Zeliang Officers’ Association Nagaland (ZOAN) president and IPR additional director, Pausui Zeliang; DIG, P. F. Zeliang; and VAS Jalukie, Dr. Ndangkie Ndang were some of the speakers of the programme. The speakers emphasized on the need to maintain one’s identity in taking up social issues for the betterment of the society, the need to perform one’s assigned duties with commitment and sincerity and to maintain transparency and accountability in the functioning of the organization. Meanwhile, upon deliberating on various pertinent issues, ZPO has elected Dr. Ilang Iheilung, Dr. Ndangkie Ndang and Rev. Deuhing Nsa as members to its constitution amendment committee which would submit its report to the general council within three months for approval.
Radio distributed to ASHAs Kohima
DIMAPUR: Radio sets were distributed to ASHAs of Kohima district in a meeting held at Chief Medical Office (CMO) Kohima. Speaking on the occasion, Dr. L. Ralte, CMO Kohima district said that the radios were given so that the ASHAs could listen to a local Nagamese programme on health which is broadcast at 6:45pm every Saturday and keep themselves updated. The meeting was also attended by Dr. Avino, deputy CMO; Dr. Avile, DIO and Dr. Atsung, DMO.
GPS Tsiepfü-Tsiepfhe inaugurated
DIMAPUR: Government Primary School (GPS) Tsiepfü-Tsiepfhe AG Colony, Kohima was inaugurated on June 12 by additional secretary for School Education department, Angau Thou. Speaking on the occasion as chief guest, Thou stated that the objective of elementary education communitization in the state was to give quality education to children. She also urged parents and leaders to take care of the school so that it would set example in the state. The programme was chaired by Tsiepfü-Tsiepfhe Council (TTC) chairman, Akhrieo Sorhie and GB Hekiye pronounced the invocation prayer while short speeches were delivered by SSA assistant district coordinator, Theyievilie and TTC vice chairman, Mhalie Luho.
Farmers training held in Shamator
DIMAPUR: Department of Agriculture in collaboration with ATMA Tuensang under Shamator block conducted one day farmers training on June 11 at Shamator Town. Altogether 43 farmers from 13 villages attended the training and the resource person Imkongtemsu, convenor BTT Shamator block spoke on importance and packages of practices of oilseed crops like soybean, groundnuts, mustard and sesame and further discussed on Integrated Nutrient Management (INM). Earlier, the programme was chaired by Kiumakam, AFA and exhortation by K. Surehesie Nyuwi, EAC Shamator.
Picnic party held
DIMAPUR: A picnic party organised by I.C. Zeliang DCC (1) executive members and Devisier Meru, president DYC Peren district in support of Vatsu Meru, former minister was held on June 14 at Heningkunglwa village Tahai river side. The picnic was attended by Heling Zeliang, president DCC (1) and his executives and Kerangau, president ACC (1) and his executives along with frontal chiefs. Further, unit presidents along with their executive members from Northern Zeme area also attended the picnic and all together more than 300 members attended the picnic. Meanwhile, the members have expressed gratitude to Vatsu Meru for sponsoring the picnic and also uttered prayers for his success in future.
GSU tree plantation
DIMAPUR: Ghokimi Students’ Union (GSU) completed its tree plantation covering entire jurisdiction from Asukiqa to Ghokimi village on June 7 to 8. Tohovi Swu, president GSU said that the union approximately planted 1200 saplings of different species provided by District Forest Office, Department of Sericulture and around 300 saplings were planted at important sites in the village. The union while appreciating the initiatives shown by village GB, council and members has also urged them to preserve the trees and to continue educating people about the importance of preserving the bio-diversity.
Kiphire VHC exposure trip
DIMAPUR: With the objective of making the concept of Communitization of health sector more effective, the chairmen and nurses of 19 sub-centers under Kiphire district went on an exposure trip to Rusoma sub-center under Kohima district led by deputy CMO Kiphire. The Village Health Committee (VHC) Rusoma sub-center chairman spoke about the origin of Rusoma VHC and how it had been functioning effectively with active participation and contribution made by village council and the community. Further, the visitors had an interaction session with VHC and staff of Rusoma sub-centre.
CSDD new team
DIMAPUR: Consumer Society Dimapur District (CSDD) has formed a new team for the tenure of three years with T. Hetoyi Yeptho as president, Khekivi Wotsa as general secretary, Luzukhu Achumi as legal advisor, seven advisors and 21 executive members. Further, all the members have been requested to submit three copies of latest passport size photographs for identity card at the earliest and also to attend a meeting scheduled on June 18 at the office premise at 9:30am.
STKK meeting
DIMAPUR: Satakha Range Student Union (STKK) has convened an executive meeting on June 19, 10 am at the residence of union banker SRSUS.
GSU grateful
DIMAPUR: Ghokimi Student union (GSU) has expressed gratitude to Ghokimi village council for sponsoring Pukhashe Achumi as a primary teacher in Government primary school, Ghokimi village for the year 2010.
CSET felicitates
DIMAPUR: Changki Senso Educational Trust (CSET) has felicitated Nungsangrenla Longkumer daughter of Imrongtemsu Longkumer for her outstanding performance in the undergraduate studies.
Response to WTC on beef rate in Wokha
DIMAPUR: Former Wokha town council (WTC) member Benathung Odyuo has appealed to CEO, WTC to review the order of the present price of beef hiked by the present advisory board members of WTC. Responding to the CEO, WTC advisory board members on the directives issued to beef butchers on June 5, the former member in a press release clarified that after the dissolution of WTC, SDO civil Wokha hiked the price of beef by Rs 10 per Kg i.e Rs 70 per kg and after two months it was hiked to Rs. 15 per kg by CEO, WTC advisory board members. The release also mentioned that present beef rate hiked by Rs. 25 per kg within three months time was unfair and injustice for the common people. WTC former member further stated that beef price should not be compared with that of Kohima rate which was rupees 90 per kilo as cows from Kohima were directly brought from Merapani.
RSU conducts verification
DIMAPUR: Rengma Students Union (RSU) conducted verification of non-local within Tseminyu sub-division on June 12. The verification would continue till June 25. The union while tackling the issue on non-locals within its jurisdiction also appealed to all the village authorities and citizens to be aware of the alarming situation as Tseminyu sub division as the area have become more or less the homeland of illegal immigrant, who does not posses ILP and any government permission, which have become a threat to the indigenous people. RSU also urged the administration, police force and the public to cooperate for the well being of the future generation.
CCD EUUN formed
DIMAPUR: Coordination Committee for Dimapur, Educated Unemployed Union Nagaland (CCD EUUN) has been formed on June 17 for a period of two years with Temsumongba Sanglir as working chairman (senior vice chairman), Jevishe Assumi as secretary, Avi Kath as joint secretary and Vitolu Yeptho as member. In a press statement Achilo Thong, president EUUN said that the post of CCD EUUN chairman was being retained by president EUUN and the committee would be strengthened by inducting members from each indigenous Naga tribe. Further informed that the EUUN reserves the right to induct or terminate any member or may dissolve the committee on ground of misconduct or act of omission. Meanwhile, CCD EUUN has been formed with an objective to assist EUUN in organizing and conducting awareness and training programme for self-employment in industrial, agricultural and allied sectors and reduce anti-social activities among unemployed youth in commercial city Dimapur along with cooperation of government and civil societies.
Condolence messages
NESNOR: New Shena Non- Residents Organisation has mourned the demise of Sheqheto Sumi (Scaleman) on June 10 at Zunheboto. The organization in a condolence message stated that Sheqheto was an active member of the organization.
NEIU: Nagaland Evaluation Inspectors Union (NEIU) Kohima have mourned the demise of Atsula Quinker on June 15, a bonafide member of NEIU who served the evaluation department as inspector for the last 17 years. Union in a condolence message stated that Atsula was a sincere and dedicated person. Nagaland Evaluation Inspectors Union has conveyed condolence to the bereaved family.

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