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Published on 14 Jul. 2010 11:43 PM IST
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NH-39 landowners meeting
DIMAPUR: A meeting of all the land owners along the side of the road from Central Junction (NH 39) to CIHSR will be held at the residence of Alem Lemtur, Central Jail Road (stone crusher) Diphupar village on July 17 from 10 am. Stern action will be taken against the defaulters, the release stated
DDSC meeting
DIMAPUR: Dimapur District Sports Council (DDSC) has convened a meeting on July 17,1pm at DDSC conference hall in connection with forthcoming Queen’s Baton Relay for Commonwealth Games 2010 to be held at Delhi. All DDSC affiliated sports associations have been requested to send representatives to the meeting.
YAW informs members
DIMAPUR: Youth Association of Wokha District (YAWD) has informed its executive members to submit two passport photos along with detailed bio-data and address by the end of July to association president.
IEF crusade at Mokokchung
DIMAPUR: A three-day crusade on the theme ‘Abundant Love Crusade’ organised by the International Evangelistic Fellowship (IEF) will be held at Town Hall Mokokchung from July 16 with Rev. Lanu Longchar, Chujong Aier and T. Supong Imchen as the main speakers. IEF office Mokokchung has informed all to attend the crusade.
WWII museum close
Kohima: Nagaland State WWII Museum will be closed on July 16 due to technical problems. This was informed in a press release issued by department of Art and Culture.
CANSSEA Phek meet
DIMAPUR: Confederation of Nagaland state service employee Association (CANSSEA), Phek Unit has convened a general meeting on July 23 at EBRC Hall. All executive members and representative departments have been requested to attend the meeting.
SABCK sales day
Kohima: Sumi Aphuyemi Baptist Church Kohima youth department will be organising sales day on July 17 at Super Market Kohima. Organic vegetables, Sumi curry, sumi local bread and cake handicrafts and handloom will be available at the sales day.
CCCRC prayer meeting
Kohima: A prayer meeting for all Chakhesang community leaders has been convened by Council of Chakhesang Christian Revival Churches on July 16. All state political leaders, national workers, religious leaders and society leaders have been asked to attend the meeting.
Phek DPDB meet
DIMAPUR: DPDB Phek meeting for the month of August has been re-scheduled to August 3 for finalization of LADP 2010-11. All outpost administrative officers have been directed to inform DPDB members of their respective jurisdiction to attend the meeting.
UKKJPB meeting
DIMAPUR: Usutomi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu Jubilee Planning Board (UKKJPB) has convened a meeting on July 16, 11am at the residence of board chairman, Er. Kahoshe Shohe, PWD Colony Kohima.
CLP meeting
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Congress Legislature Party has been convened on July 17 at 10 am in the official residence of leader of opposition and CLP Leader Tokheho Yepthomi in Minister Hill, Kohima. All members have been requested to attend the meeting.
Citizen journalism, new media workshop
DIMAPUR: A two-day workshop on citizen journalism and new media would be held at St. Joseph’s College (SJC), Jakhama on July 16and17, 9.30 am. The workshop aimed at people actively working with marginalised communities with experience in advocacy and campaigning, and regional or international networks. Workshop participants would be advocates, technologists, students, designers and strategists who have used or plan to use new technology tools and tactics in their campaigns. Interested people may contact [email protected] or call 9436831695.
KDPA meeting
DIMAPUR: Kohima district pensioners association (KDPA) has convened a general meeting on July 27, 11 am at KDPA rest house (ladies mile) road. All the pensioners and family pensioners have been requested to attend the meeting.
NAAC for Kohima Science College
DIMAPUR: Kohima Science College, Jotsoma is gearing up for accreditation by the National Accreditation & Assessment Cell (NAAC) at the last quarter of 2010.
In this connection the College fraternity has sought contribution from its alumni to alleviate the shortfall in state government funding. The preparations for NAAC would effectively constitute preliminary preparation for golden jubilee on September 2011. All alumni have been requested to identify key areas for contribution in this matter. For more information, alumni have been informed to contact Principal, Kohima Science College, Jotsoma, Dr Vituo Belho (9436016598) and President, Alumni Association, Renthungo (9436421667).
NPSCD fetes Jagdish
Kohima: Nagaland Pradesh Congress Seva Dal (NPCSD) congratulated Jagdish Tytler MP on being given the charge as AICC general secretary in charge of All India Congress Seva Dal.
NPCSD further thanked Sonia Gandhi , Congress President for appointing him to the post and assured to extend full cooperation to the new in charge. Meanwhile in another release NPCSD Chief Organizer G. K. Rengma stated that as per the directive from the All India Seval Dal Chief Organizer Mahindra Joshi, all district Congress Seva Dal Chief Organizer / Mahila Organizer have been asked to submit a list of two Congress Seva Dal volunteers with name, full address, contact numbers and two passport size from each assembly constituencies on or before July 28 to the chief organizer, NPCSD.
GB union Dimapur lauds DMC; informs on SK oil
DIMAPUR: GB Union Dimapur Dimapur has lauded Dimapur Muncipal Council (DMC) Chief Executive Officer and the Advisors for the task carried out on July 14, demolishing unauthorized kutcha houses at Super market, Dimapur which where in operation for many years.
Meanwhile, the union also informed that since the price of SK Oil has been hiked by the center, the cost of SK oil allotted to the GB Union for distribution to the public fixed by deputy commissioner Dimapur, has been fixed at Rs 13 per litre from this month onwards.
All the colony GB’s receiving SK Oil have been informed to collect SK Oil card from the union office within this month or else those uncollected colonies may not alloted SK Oil, added the release.
DNYO resolves to ban alcohol
DIMAPUR: Diphupar Naga Youth Organization (DNYO) conducted a joint meeting with Diphupar Women Welfare Society, Diphupar Naga Students’ Union and all trial units of DNYO on July 6 and adopted resolutions relating to selling of alcohol and drugs within Diphupar jurisdiction. A joint press release issued by DNYO president, Thejangulie Soukhrie and general secretary, Zuchumo Mozhui stated that the house, after reviewing that many anti-social activities arises from “booze joints”, resolved to ban selling of alcohol and drugs in the area. It also cautioned all alcohol sellers within Diphupar to stop selling alcohol, failing which, they would be evicted from the area from August 1 onwards, the release added. It also notified house owners to warn their tenants, if tenants were involved in selling alcohol so as not to create any issues while implementing organization’s resolution. Meanwhile, the house has requested general public to co-operate with the organizations for peaceful co-existence.
13 AR rescue passengers
DIMAPUR: Three passengers traveling in a Red Maruti Suzuki 800 Car (No DL 6C 6347) from Wokha towards Kohima skidded off the NH-61 near Chieswema and fell into the deep gradient on July 12 at around 11:30 a.m. Troops of 13 Assam Rifles under 5 Sector Assam Rifles of IGAR (N) rushed to the accident site and evacuated the passengers from the car swiftly despite bad weather conditions and slippery terrain. According to a defence release, the three persons were provided necessary first aid in the unit Hospital of 13 Assam Rifles.
DC Tuensang informs census officers
DIMAPUR: All census enumerators of Tuensang have been informed to submit their duty filled in schedules with all documents, materials to their respective supervisors on or before July 15. DC Tuensang Y.L Jami has informed all supervisors to check and countercheck schedules so submitted by the enumerators and placed at the disposal of their respective census charge officers for dispatch. Further, a meeting has been convened on July 19, noon at DC’s conference hall where all census officials including sub divisional census officers, census charge officers, additional census charge officers and supervisors of Tuensang have been informed to attend the meeting.
Crime update of Dimapur
DIMAPUR: The following are the crime update of Dimapur for the past two days: On July 13, police recovered 150 kgs of contraband ganja from a Maruti gypsy (NL06-0647) and arrested on lady identified as Khulalu Chakhesang. On the same day, 30 cases of assorted IMFL were seized from a maurti car (NL06-1373) and one person identified as Aboi Shohe was arrested. On Wednesday, 65 cases of IMFL were recovered from a Bolero (NL01C- 2695) and two persons identified as Yautsulam Yimchunger and Shatsulam Yimchunger were arrested. In another incident, 10 cases of IMFL were seized from three persons identified as Dota Ali, Abdul Ahmed and Md. Jauddin Ali while they were transporting it in a scooter and a bicycle. (Staff Reporter)
NYK ‘Youth club award’
Kohima: Nehru Yuva Kendra has invited interested youth clubs to apply for current year youth club and youths award. NYK award is an annual event conferred to best district youth club and best district male and female on basis of their contribution.
The award is also to provide opportunities to the rural youth in areas of sports and games and social development. The best youth club will be awarded with Rs.10,000 and the best district male and female will be awarded with Rs.5000 each.
Applicants can obtain form from their respective NYK offices, dully fill it with supporting documents anda submit it to the district offices for scrutiny and selection. Last date for receiving the application is July 31.

 
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