Chopper service to be affected
DIMAPUR: In view of helicopter being grounded for maintenance works, the service of the state helicopter would not be available for three days from August 12. NST general manager informed that normal schedule would resume from August 16 onwards.
NWF, NNC meeting
DIMAPUR: Naga Women Federation (NWF), NNC has informed all Naga women members of NNC to attend the NNC general meeting on August 18 in Eastern Region (Tuensang). Calling upon women group to participate in peace and unity work for permanent peace, NWF, NNC president, Ketuno Angami asserted that the time of prayer and peace have come for the women group to earnestly pray and participate for peace and unity in the Naga Homeland.
The release also stated that the women group have been praying and longing to see real peace and tranquility in the Naga homeland and prayed that there should be no more bloodshed amongst the Naga people especially the Naga National workers.
Seminar on legal rights
DIMAPUR: City Law College Students Union would be organising seminar on ‘Know your legal rights’ on August 13, 9 a.m at AIDA hall, Don Bosco Higher Secondary school, Dimapur. The seminar would be conducted by Legal Aid and counseling centre under the sponsorship of state legal service authority.
DSS general meet
DIMAPUR: A general meeting of the Dimapur Sahitya Sabha (DSS) would be held on August 14, 3pm, at Namghar premises. All members have been requested to attend the meet.
DIMAPUR: Meeting of All Nagaland Physical Teachers Association has been convened on August 12, 12 noon at the residence of its treasurer Bayavü Hills Kohima.
DIMAPUR: Executive meeting of the Nagaland Pradesh Youth Congress has been convened on August 19 at Dimapur. In his official maiden visit to Nagaland, Rizwan Arshad, secretary of Indian Youth Congress and in charge of Nagaland would also attend the proposed meeting. NPYC general secretary (Admn), Mhonchumo Ovung has requested all NPYC office bearers and District Youth Congress (DYC) presidents to attend the meeting and further informed DYC presidents to come with detailed reports of the youth Congress activities of their respective districts.
DIMAPUR: An executive meeting of the Chen union Dimapur (CUD) has been convened on August 21 from 10 am at the residence of its mission, ex- MP Wangyuh Kongyak. All executive members and office bearers have been requested to attend the meeting without fail.
CKS lauds NSCN (IM)
TUENSANG: Chang Khulie Setshang (CKS), the Apex body of the Chang community has lauded town command NSCN (IM) Tuensang Town for enforcing prohibition act by seizing more than hundred cases of illegal IMFL recently.
The Chang Khulie Setshang stated that more awareness could be brought up if the seized substances were disposed off in presences of civil societies or general public of Tuensang town. CKS also stated that any group or individuals initiating such activities for eradicating evil element of the society should execute with transparency while disposing the substances. Cautioning that if any groups or an individual were found indulging in such practices for his/her own benefits or vested interest, CKS said it would be compelled to take stern action against errant individuals.
9 administrators from Dmu promoted
DIMAPUR: A total of nine administrators from Dimapur were promoted in the recent order by the government. Administrators included CEO DMC Nikashe Sema who has been promoted to the rank of joint secretary, from SDO (C)/ RO to ADC- Imtirenla Jamir, Akumla Chuba and Angelina Tajen, EAC to SDO (C) – Dr. Tinojongshi Chang, B. Henok Buchem, W. Manpai Phom, Wennyei Konyak and H. Atoke Aye. (Staff Reporter)
Attempt to abduct girl foiled
Kohima: Police arrested five persons on Tuesday who tried to abduct a fifteen year old girl from Showuba village. Based on specific information, police rescued the girl from the clutches of her abductors and promptly arrested the accused led by one Jitender Kumar from a regional taxi at by-pass while they were traveling towards Kohima. The victim, a Muslim girl was reportedly picked up from Showuba village, Dimapur. Later the victim and the accused were handed over to the Dimapur Women Police cell. Further investigation was on till the time of filing this report. (Correspondent)
ANSTA Tsg unit extends support
Dimapur: All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association (ANSTA) Tuensang has decided to support the central ANSTA for the cancellation of promotion order of one graduate teacher superseding about 800 teachers. According to president ANSTA Tuensang unit, Puchai PM the decision was taken during its executive meeting held on August 10. It further appealed the department responsible to release the extension order of 2001 appointees and to regularize all the adhoc and contractual appointees completing 3 years and above on May 14, 2007 at the earliest.
Ex-underground ‘khellers’ resolve
DIMAPUR: In a meeting which was held on August 11, the ex-underground ‘khellers’ of Industrial village resolved to unanimously carry on the legal fight till the pending case was finalized for khel land. The house also resolved not to allow those disqualified allotees to interfere in Khel matters in future and informed those earlier issued allotment orders and deemed qualified during the meeting to renew after paying all legal and other expenses by August 31. Meanwhile, the house also endorsed Tapu Thurr, Theja Angami, C Pili and Kesovo-o to look after the entire allotted land before the case was finalized. Further the house resolved to approach the authority in charge for early settlement of the pending case vide CMC No. 29/10 in title suit No. 2/2005.
Bus service on Sunday for Ind. Day
KOHIMA: City Bus Owner Union (CBOU) informed all city bus owners to ply buses on August 15 on account of Independence Day celebration from morning till function is over.
DHO Dimapur informs beneficiaries
DIMAPUR: Training on commercial floriculture at DHO office training hall, Green Park Dimapur would be conducted on August 19. District horticulture officer Dimapur has informed all selected beneficiaries of heliconia and anthurium 2009-10 and 2010-11 batches that registration for training would begin from 9 am.
MMC revises vegetable rates
DIMAPUR: Mokokchung Municipal Council (MMC) has notified that in view of the present market rates of vegetables in other towns and cities, rate of vegetables has been enhanced till further order was issued. Enhanced rate are: Onion- Rs. 20/- per kg; tomato-Rs. 30/- per kg; potato: Rs. 10/- per kg and green chilly: Rs. 60/- per kg.
DIMAPUR: Chakhesang Students’ Union Kohima College Kohima (CSUKCK) souvenir committee has informed that last date for submission of articles for its forthcoming silver jubilee souvenir would be held August 13.
RSU social work
DIMAPUR: Rüsoma Students’ Union (RSU) would conduct annual social work on August 14. Students of class-VIII and above have been requested to participate in the social work.
DIMAPUR: Zhavame Women Society (ZWS) has convened a meeting on August 20, 4 pm at village community hall. All different committee members of its forthcoming silver jubilee celebration have been requested to attend the meeting.
Issue of car pass for I-Day
DIMAPUR: All head of departments have been informed to send authorized representatives for collection of Independence Day cards and car passes on August 13 and 14 during office hours from office of DC Kohima.
Laughter Sensation in Mangkolemba
DIMAPUR: The winner and runner’s up of Nagaland Laughter Sensation 1, 2010, Purniken and Chuchang would be performing their best to “Laugh your Heart out” on August 13, 5.30 pm at Town Hall, Mangkolemba. The program The programme is being organized by Mangkolemba Town Students’ Union in aid of its golden jubilee fund.
I-D celebration at civil secretariat
DIMAPUR: All officers and staff of the Nagaland civil secretariat have been informed to attend the Independence Day function and National Day celebration to be held at Secretariat Plaza at 9 a.m. Secretariat buses have been arranged to pick up employees at their respective pick up points at 8 a.m for which all head of departments have been requested to make arrangement for checking attendance.
NADA caution quacks
DIMAPUR: Nagaland AYUSH Doctors’ Association (NADA) Wednesday cautioned “unqualified practitioners” to stop illegal practices in Nagaland. Strongly condemning the “exaggerated form of advertisements” in local dailies by any illegal individuals, the NADA president and press & information secretary, warned door to door vendors, selling herbal medicines claiming to cure several diseases. NADA said it would resort to legal measures without further notifications. Meanwhile, it has informed the public to refrain from being a victim of such “quacks.”
TUENSANG: Tuensang District Adhoc Teacher Association (TDATA) has informed all Adhoc teachers of Tuensang district to submit membership/registration on or before August 20 at its headquarters Tuensang.