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Published on 19 Jul. 2010 11:57 PM IST
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Three arrested for IMFL and ganja
DIMAPUR: Three persons were arrested in two separate cases for carrying contraband ganja and IMFL respectively. In the first case, two persons identified as Ch Saloni Mao and A Neli Mao was apprehended by police from Naharbari. The duo were found carrying 60 kgs of contraband ganja in a Maruti car (NL01C 1275). On Monday morning around 5am, one person identified as Guttu Lachit was arrested from Ghorapatti by police personnel led by OC East Atu Zumvu and a total of 679 quarter bottles of assorted IMFL were recovered from his possession. (Staff Reporter)
Vehicle lifters arrested
DIMAPUR: Two vehicle lifters were arrested by police from different locations on Monday morning. Basing on some input, the SOT of Dimapur police raided one house at LRC colony at around 6 am and nabbed one vehicle lifter identified as Ismail. A .22 pistol was also recovered from his possession. While in the second case, one person identified as Vinitho Aye was caught red handed by the police from Supply colony at around 11 am while he was trying to flee after stealing a bike. (Staff Reporter)
CSU, KCK meeting
Kohima: A meeting of all former presidents, present executives and silver jubilee committee of Chakhesang Students’ Union, Kohima College Kohima, will be held on July 21 at 12 noon at Oking Christian School Kitsubozou.
Ghuvishe/Tsukomi union formed
DIMAPUR: The Ghuvishe/Tsukomi union was formed on July 8 during a meeting held at the residence of Omega Yepthomi, Nepali Basti in the presence of union members. The list of office bearers include president, Hozka K. Awomi, vice president, Vikuto Shekim, general secretary, Hoto Yepthomi, joint secretary, Aron K. Awomi, treasurer, Kuhokhe Shekim and banker, Omega Yepthomi, chief advisor Nihokhe K. Yepthomi, and advisors, Qhehovi Awomi, Hukiye Kugha and Sohoto Yepthomi.
AYO lauds Naga Hoho
Kohima: Angami Youth Organization has lauded and extended its support to Naga Hoho Federal Assembly in its decision to extend tenure of office bearers to five years. It felicitated hoho executives led by Keviletuo Kiewhuo. Further, AYO has thanked the 3rd Naga Hoho Federal Assembly held in Mokokchung for honouring the Angamis by choosing the former AYO president to the head of Naga Hoho working committee, which would assist the Naga Hoho at large to carry out its duties. It expressed hope that the working committee would meet the expectations of the Naga Hoho.
Global University inform students
DIMAPUR: Global Open University, Nagaland has informed all the eligible students to collect fresh scholarship forms for post-matric central scholarship and Nagaland merit scholarship for the academic session 2010-11 from their respective campuses in Dimapur, Kohima and Wokha from July 20, during office hours.
NSF president clarifies
DIMAPUR: Naga Students Federation president Mutsikhoyo, has retracted the quote “Muslim community are the Naga Muslims and is one of the Naga tribes”, which appeared on July 19 issue in the 9th paragraph under the headline ‘Muslims and Nagas co-exist peacefully: MCD’, by stating that Nagas are a tribal people living in a peaceful atmosphere, and that Muslims or other communities residing in Nagaland should follow their example to facilitate peaceful atmosphere and encourage one another to compete with the rest of the world.

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