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Published on 31 Aug. 2010 12:20 AM IST
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Kohima GHS quiz competition
DIMAPUR: Kohima district Government High School quiz competition would be held on August 31, 10 am at Government Higher Secondary School, Kohima at with MLA and chairman DPDB, Kohima, Advisor IT & TE, Vikho-o Yhoshü as chief guest. The Quiz competition is being sponsored and organised by DPDB Kohima.
RIELIT practical examination
DIMAPUR: DE, RIELIT, Daniel Meren has informed DOEACC ‘A’ & ‘O’ Level students of RIELIT Kohima and Chuchuyimlang that the practical examination would start from September 4. Students have been informed to contact the office for admit card and time table. Time table is provided in the office website
YVSU supports YVC resolution
DIMAPUR: Yimpang Village Students’ Union (YVSU) has expressed solidarity to Yimpang Village Council (YVC) resolution that only a bonafide permanent resident within the village could become a member of the village council. While acknowledging support and contribution of Yimpang people residing in different places towards development of the village, union stated that it would support the council’s resolution in the interest and convenience of the village.
Nyeiwang to inaugurate Dimensions centre
DIMAPUR: Dimensions Institute for Education & Research (DIER) would launch its 3rd centre in the state at Naharbari, near Purana Bazar on September 11 with minister for School Education & SCERT Nyeiwang Konyak as chief guest and noted contractor Yashitsungba Ao as guest of honour.
GPRN/NSCN clarifies
DIMAPUR: GPRN/NSCN has clarified media reports indicating that a vehicle Bolero (NL-07C0855) belonging to one “dy. kilonser” Zhehoto Awomi of Hebron camp, was lost. According to the MIP of GPRN/NSCN, two NSCN (I-M) men “aso” Akahoto and “lance corporal” Glade had left Hebron camp and joined GPRN/NSCN along with the vehicle in question and one AK rifle with one magazine. The MIP stated that the vehicle was therefore, not lost as claimed by the “aggrieved party” and clarified that the two “national workers” made the “right choice” and that the goods which they brought along with them were now the property of the GPRN/NSCN.
ANMTCF meeting
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Municipal and Town Councils’ Forum (ANMTCF) has convened an emergency meeting on September 3, 4 pm at Saramati Hotel Dimapur. All former members of municipal councils and town councils including ward chairmen of Mokokchung municipal council have been requested to attend the meeting.
DREAN meeting
DIMAPUR: Direct Recruit Engineer’s Association (DREAN) Nagaland has convened an emergency meeting on September 1, 1pm at PWD conference hall, Kohima. All members have been requested to attend the meeting.
DPDB Tuensang meeting
DIMAPUR: District planning & development Board (DPDB) Tuensang meeting for the month of September would be held on September 7, 11am at the conference hall of Deputy Commissioner, Tuensang. All DPDB members have been requested to attend the meeting.
NSAMB board of directors meeting
DIMAPUR: Nagaland state agricultural marketing board (NSAMB) board of directors has convened its 3rd meeting on September 3, 11am at Hotel Japfu. All the members have been requested to attend the meeting.
VDB secretaries, RD block meeting
DIMAPUR: General meeting of VDB secretaries under RD block Nuiland would be held on September 3, 10 am at the residence of its banker.
DE&S conducts training
Kohima: Directorate of Economics and Statistics (DE&S) conducted a two-day in service training on the topic “office procedure” in the Directorate conference hall on August 26 and 27. Renchamo Lotha, retired additional secretary and guest lecturer from Administration Training Institute (ATI) trained the officials as resource person.
Dmu DCC elects new president
Dimapur: Kugheto S. Aye was elected as the new District Congress Committee (DCC) president, Dimapur on August 30 at the election held at Congress Bhavan, Dimapur. According to reliable sources, Kugheto secured 29 votes while his opponent Kilang Aier could managed to secure only 18 votes.
Training on sanitation at Kohima
DIMAPUR: State department of science and technology conducted a five-day training cum demonstration on Sanitation and construction of low cost latrine at Kohima from August 17-21. Participants were trained on construction of low cost and eco-friendly double leach pit latrines which minimizes use of water, less smell and recycles nutrients etc. Department also provided financial assistance to participants to construct the same at their respective places.
One joins NPF
DIMAPUR: Mon division NPF secretary N. Longshah has informed that 44 A/C Phomching VCC (I) president A. Bannyei Konyak has resigned from Indian National Congress party and joined NPF in view of developmental activities undertaken by NPF led government.
36th ACCC suspends one
DIMAPUR: 36th ACCC Satakha has suspended the membership of one Mughato Sumi from congress party in connection with anti-party activities. Informing this in a press release, 36th ACCC president A. Vitoho Jimo stated that party has resolved to suspend Mughato at an emergency meeting held on August 27. Party officials have appealed all party workers to be more sincere in upholding party principles.
KANSU, NSP reformed
DIMAPUR: Karbi Anglong Nepali Students’ Union (KANSU) and Nepali Surakshya Parishad (NSP) Bokajan regional committees have reformed on August 29 at community hall, Sukhanjan. The house has elected Lal Bin Chhetri of Karagaon and Baburam Sharma of Lengrijan as NSP regional committee president and general secretary, while Prakash Rai of Lahorijan and Ratna Rai of Karagaon have been appointed as KANSU regional committee president and general secretary respectively.
LSU, LEH grateful
DIMAPUR: Lakhuti Students’ Union (LSU) and Lakhuti Eloe Hoho (LEH) have expressed gratitude to department of agriculture Baghty division for conducting awareness training on rodent control and distributing free rodenticides to farmers. Organizations acknowledged department for extending assistance to the farming community when the village was facing the threat of rodent menace outbreak. Meanwhile, LSU has extended gratitude to NEEPCO for conducting free medical campaign for the people of Lakhuti.

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