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Published on 24 Jul. 2010 12:21 AM IST
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Burmese items banned
DIMAPUR: Chumukedima Town council (CTC) has directed all business firms that sale of banned items, Burmese made edible items and expired edible items should be strictly banned. Strict and appropriate action would be initiated against the violator and surprise checking would be conducted for the banned items from time to time, CTC informed.
Plea for removal of GB
DIMAPUR: Chairman, general public of Longshen town, M. Tahkaishu Konyak and secretary S.C. Wangnao Konyak launched a complaint for removal of GB Longshen town for his alleged ‘corrupted leadership’ by alleging that he had indulged in selling opium, which was against resolution no-3 G.B Association Mon stating that no G.B should be involved with drugs in any form. The joint press release also said the public had lost its confidence in his leadership and demanded he be removed by the authority in-charge owing to the fact that he sold two stolen cows, misused an amount of Rs. 25,834 meant for Longshen town form the wasteland department in the year 2005-06.
DCC hits back at Naga Council
Dimapur: Reiterating its earlier statement and in response to the clarification made by the Naga Council Dimapur on tax collection, the Dimapur Chamber of Commerce said that at any cost it would not tolerate tax collection by any NGOs. “Any NGO may make thousands of excuses but it does not mean that the business community has to pay taxation to NGOs which collects tax on pretext of some lame excuses”, DCC president Kasheto Yeptho said. The DCC said that it oppose unjustified taxation to any NGOs and appeal to the administration concerned to cancel the order given to Naga Council, which otherwise the DCC will have no option left but to resort to indefinite business shut down by hardware dealers and perishable goods dealers as first phase of agitation and indefinite closure of business. The DCC further stated that it would not entertain any rejoinders further on this issue and added that the district administration will be held sole responsible for any unwanted situation arising out of the deadlock.

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