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Aug 10:
Published on 11 Aug. 2010 12:02 AM IST
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ACs responsible for frequent power cuts
DIMAPUR, AUG 10 (NPN): The hot and humid weather added with frequent power cuts caused a lot of inconveniences to the residents of Circular Road on Tuesday.
When the power department officials were contacted, it was pointed out that the installation of ACs without informing the department had resulted in overloading of some transformers. They also further informed that the proper line would be restored only by Wednesday afternoon. (Staff Reporter)
M. Sc results out
DIMAPUR: Vice Chancellor, Nagaland University, Prof. K. Kannan has announced the result of M. Sc (Agri) I, III, V, and final semester under SASRD, Nagaland University, Medziphema.
CSU meeting
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Chishilimi Students’ Union (CSU) has convened a meeting on August 12, 1 p.m at the residence of Dr. Hotokhu Chishi PWD colony Kohima. All jubilee planning board (programme committee) members have been informed to attend the programme.
UBCA executive meeting
DIMAPUR: The United Baptist Churches Association Northeast India has convened an emergency meeting on August 12 from 9 am at UBC Balijan near LRC Dimapur. All UBCA officials and executive board members have been requested to attend the meeting without fail.
Test for admission in history, archeology
DIMAPUR: Head of department (HoD), history and archeology, Nagaland University, Dr. N. Venuh has informed candidates seeking admission for MA in the department of history and archeology, Kohima Campus, Meriema that written test would be conducted on August 25, 10am in the department. Name of eligible candidates for written test would be placed on the notice board, informed the HoD.
CSDD on plight of passengers
DIMAPUR: The Consumer Society Dimapur District (CSDD) urged the Dimapur Auto Drivers Union (DADU) to redress the problems of the passengers in the town. A press release issued by the general secretary of CSDD Khekivi Z Wotsa asserted that the autos charge double the fare towards evening and night time especially from bus and railway stations. The society also pointed out the overloading of passengers during peak hours from Dhobinalla traffic point to DC office may cause accident and urged the union to look into the matter at the earliest.

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