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Published on 5 Aug. 2010 12:51 AM IST
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WSH meet
DIMAPUR: In regard to centenary celebration of Western Sumi Hoho (WSH), a meeting of Planning Board and Editorial Board members and office bearers of WSH has been convened on August 7 at 10 am at WSH office, Chekiye village.
Knowledge expo at Urban Haat
DIMAPUR: Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) with the support of DoNER would be organising Knowledge Expo - Dimapur from August 19 -21, at Urban Haat, Dimapur. The expo would facilitate participation of organizations/institutions for dissemination of knowledge in their respective areas to harness intrinsic capabilities of the region focusing on areas such as entrepreneurship development, skill training for employment, youth development, self employment, financial assistance and other human resource developmental schemes of government.
KVK, NE dept. of AH&F interface meeting
DIMAPUR: Central department of Animal Husbandry & Fishery (AH & F) would organize an interface meeting of Krishi Vigyan Kendra and Northeastern hill region state departments of AH & F on August 7 at National Research Centre on Mithun (NRC-M) ICAR Medziphema at 9 am. Nagaland minister for veterinary and AH, T. R. Zeliang would grace the interface as chief guest while central ministry of agriculture department of AH & F joint secretary would chair the meeting. NRC-M director, C. Rajkhowa has informed that the interface meeting was being organized to formulate plans for developing AH & F in Northeastern region.
ANPWDFWA supports parent body
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland PWD Field Workers Association (ANPWDFWA) Zunheboto division has extended support and affirmed its decision of ANPWDFWA parent body in serving ultimatum to the government for revocation of government decision. The association has urged the government to immediately revoke the order failing which the association would stick to agitation in the form of road blockade and closure of offices. Further, the association Zunheboto unit has elected a new team of office bearers with Shikaho Murru as president and Ghukashe Chopy as general secretary.
NU student conferred PhD in Geography
DIMAPUR: Nagaland University (NU) vice chancellor, Prof. K. Kannan has declared P. Toiho Sema provisionally qualified for degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in geography department of NU with thesis on “environmental constraints on the pattern of rural development of Zunheboto district Nagaland”. The VC also informed that this was subject to ratification by academic and executive council of the university.
FGN discharges two
DIMAPUR: Office of Deputy Kilonser (Lota)-cum-Midanpeyu FGN Sumi Region has issued discharge order to John Awomi, Secretary Sumi Region and Khehuto Razoupeyu Sumi Region. A press release issued by speaker Leacy Hoho FGN Sumi region stated that both the incumbent were irregular and remained absent from their duties since long back without any information, their termination order came into effect from August 3.
19th Phek ACCC refutes
DIMAPUR: In response to ‘appreciation note’ issued by 27 signatories of Salie Khesoh’s supporters under 19th Phek A/C, 19th Phek Assembly Congress Committee (ACCC) has clarified that Salie Khesoh, allegedly placed under suspension for anti-party activities was not eligible to contest in any party organization election. Therefore, the committee stated that question of Salie Khesoh paving way for another candidate in PCC member election under 19th Phek A/C did not arise. The 19th Phek ACCC president, Huvosa S. Venuh and vice president Murhaveyi Khesoh in a release stated that the party had earlier issued ‘caution notice’ to all units to dissociate from him so as not to attract disciplinary action. Hence, any party men associating with him or taking his name to divide the party shall be doing so at their own risk, the release stated.
VDB secretary union Niuland reshuffled
DIMAPUR: VDB secretary union, RD block Niuland reshuffled its office bearers and nominated N Kughato Awomi of Nikikhe village as president, Khekiye Achumi of Hovukhu village as vice president, Atoki Zhimo of Ghokuto village as general secretary, Inato Awomi of Mughavi village as assistant general secretary, Piwoto Chophy of Kikheyi village as finance secretary and Toshiho Yeptho of Vikheto village as banker. The following members were also nominated to the executive body; Avito Yeptho of Sukhato village, Hosheto Yeptho of Pihekhu village, Kakugha Yeptho of Shihoto village, Alben Zhimo of Kiyezu ‘A’ village and Khetovi Shohe of Henito village.
NPF 53 A/C Tuensang Sadar-I new members
DIMAPUR: NPF 53 A/C Tuensang Sadar-I has inducted new members to strengthen the party with Ellum Chang (former Congress supporter) as vice president, Khonou Khiamniungan as vice president, C. Toshi Sangtam (former TTC member) as vice president, Z. Zhelo Yimchunger (former Congress supporter) as general secretary, S. Sao Chang as secretary, Nyimang Chang as secretary women wing, K. Anyak Chang as secretary farmer wing and sic youth wing members. This has been informed in a joint press note issued by H. Yanchu Chang, working president and Chumehean Chang, general secretary NPF 53 A/C Tuensang-I. While welcoming the new members, the NPF has assured them full cooperation to their leadership.
DMC informs stall allotees
Dimapur: DMC in pursuance of Dimapur Municipal Council meeting resolution on May 22 for the execution of formal agreement between DMC and the individual allotees of DMC stall, all allotees have been directed to come forward along with relevant documents pertaining to their respective allotment for execution of deed against their allotment. For New Market wef August 7 to 31, both eastern and western side, Millennium Market/surrounding of Durga Mandir and Old Murgi Patty market wef September 1 to 15 and Hazi Park Market wef September 16 to 30. Advisor in-charge, revenue/tolls and advertisement, DMC, S. Phukuto in a notification stated that DMC authority would cancel the allotment order without further notice against the allotees who failed to comply with the directives.

 
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