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Notes of gratitude
July 13:
Published on 13 Jul. 2010 11:26 PM IST
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AGAPE SCHOOL: Principal and staff of Agape School Kiphire have expressed gratitude to Dr I. Singit Jamir CMO Kiphire for providing first aid to the school. Principal of the school, Lipichem Sangtam has on behalf of the institution extended best wishes in his future endeavour and added the yeomen service rendered to the school in the form of first aid would not only encourage the institution but will also save the life of the children from sickness.
NICGOA: Nagaland Industries and Commerce Gazetted Officers’ Association (NICGOA) has expressed gratitude to state chief minister Neiphiu Rio, parliamentary secretary industries and commerce Dr. K.C Nihoshe and commissioner and secretary industries and commerce Imkonglemba IAS for fulfilling the demand of the association where the post of MD, NHHDC held by other cadres for sometime was restored to industries and commerce department.
VCYC: Viola Colony Youth Club (VCYC) organized the live telecast of world cup free of cost for four days at Viola colony ground for residents of Viola colony and neighbouring colonies. The club has expressed gratitude to sponsors both individual and families and also urged the youth for strengthening the unity and to contribute for the betterment of the colony and society. Nokdang Imchen, president VCYC said that the event was a demonstration of love for the game and social welfare activity.
NPF Wokha: Nagaland People’s Front (NPF) Wokha division has expressed gratitude to parliamentary secretary for geology & mining, irrigation & flood control and border affairs, Y. Patton for initiating developmental and welfare activities in 37 Tiyi A/C. NPF Wokha stated that PS to the parliamentary secretary, Hachio Patton along with divisional office bearers toured Englan Range on July 10 and distributed CGI sheets to beneficiaries, and rice to all households of the range. Party workers stated that changes in developmental activities were visible and felt that DAN government under the leadership of Neiphiu Rio has contributed much in bringing people together. Divisional party workers further extended support and encouragement to parliamentary secretary, Y. Patton in bringing more developments to 37 Tiyi A/C and also to Wokha district in general.
PVSU: Phiro Village Students Union (PVSU) lauded department of education and Dr. Chumben Murry, minister for Agriculture for upgrading the Wozhuro Middle School to High School and Phiro “B Primary School to Middle School. Union also lauded PHE department and additional chief engineer Mhondamo Ovung and also the WATSAN committee for providing water supply facility in Phiro village and for making the dreams of the village a reality.

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