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Aug 31:
Published on 1 Sep. 2010 12:55 AM IST
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CRPF to distribute books
Kohima: 78th CRPF Zubza, Kohima would be organizing a civic action programme for the distribution of library books for various schools from Zubza, Mezoma and Peducha on September 1 at 11.30 at Panchayat hall Sechu, Zubza.
SCBKA meeting
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Sumi community Borolengri Karbi Anglong (SCBKA) has been convened on September 2, 9 am at the residence of its banker, Holuto Sumi. All members have been requested to attend the meeting.
JSC meeting
DIMAPUR: Japukong Students’ Conference (JSC) has convened an executive council meeting on September 10, 11 am at the residence of its treasurer, Longchem Mokokchung. All subordinate village units, seniors and executives have been requested to attend the meeting.
Aghunato DIS notifies
DIMAPUR: All the government employees under deputy inspector of schools (DIS) Aghunato have been notified to obtain individual signatures in the ‘opted form’ and ‘undertaking form’ under new ROP 2010 from September 6 to 10 during office hours from the office of DIS Aghunato
Itovi village council meeting
DIMAPUR: Itovi Village Council (IVC) has convened a meeting on September 4, 10 am at Itovi village to discuss issues pertaining to establishment of Itovi village and consequent resolutions to be adopted. IVC chairman has informed all internal and external residents of Itovi village under Satoi area, Zunheboto to reach the village latest by September 3 and attend the meeting on the scheduled day.
ACD general meeting
DIMAPUR: Aichisaghemi Community Dimapur (ACD) has convened a general meeting on September 4, 9 am at the residence of its banker at Purana Bazaar. All members have been requested to attend the meeting.
DSTK meeting
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Satakhami Tokukujo Kuposhukulu (DSTK) has convened a meeting of its office bearers, village welfare chairman and colony GBs of Satakhami on September 4, 11 am at Hotel Saramati. Village welfare members have been requested to bring along registration and membership fees.
Sungratsu women homecoming programme
DIMAPUR: Süngratsü Baptist Church (SBC) women department would be organizing ‘Süngratsü women homecoming’ programme from October 15 to 17 at Süngratsü Baptist Church. All Süngratsü women residing in towns and villages have been requested to attend the programme.
IGNOU induction meet
DIMAPUR: Induction meet for IGNOU students who have enrolled for certificate and BPP courses at Dimapur study centre for July 2010 session has been convened on September 4, 1 pm at Dimapur Government College. Students have been informed to submit one recent stamp size photograph and identity card. Centre coordinator further informed that study materials would be given to students against production of IGNOU identity card.
NU declares M.Sc (Agri) results
DIMAPUR: Nagaland University (NU) has declared the results of M.Sc (Agri) I, III, V and final semesters provisionally for various departments of SASRD (NU) Medziphema.
SOSU meeting
DIMAPUR: Shena Old Students’ Union (SOSU) has convened a meeting on September 4, 10 am at the residence of Lhovishe Achumi, Bayavu Hill Kohima to draft programme for its 51st annual session. All executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
CPTE training for teachers under DIS Dmu
DIMAPUR: Deputy Inspector of schools (DIS) Dimapur has informed all teachers under DIS Dimapur interested in undergoing CPTE training at DIET Dimapur to submit names with bio-data to their respective SIS on or before September 20. The six-months training has been scheduled to commence from November 1 and minimum qualification for the training would be 10+2 passed.
DMC to fix daily wage of labourers
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) has informed GB’s of the colonies and the public leaders to attend meeting for fixation of daily wages for labour in Dimapur on September 3, 12 noon in the conference hall of DMC. Deputy Labour Commissioner, Dimapur would also attend the meeting.
Outbreak of rodents in Lotha Lower Range
DIMAPUR: Lotha Lower Range Public Organization (LLRPO) has appealed to the state government to initiate necessary steps for farmers under the range affected by outbreak of rodents due to bamboo flowering in the foothill area. According to the organization, more than 70s villages have reportedly been affected by rodent outbreak. A press release issued by LLRPO general secretary Chenirao Jami further stated that lower range people depended on farming and more than a thousand families were being affected as the farming community was faced with poor harvest this year. In this regard, the LLRPO on behalf of the public, has appealed to the state government to take immediate steps for relief to the affected farmers. Meanwhile, organization has appreciated department of agriculture headed by SDO Mhao and staff for distributing rodenticides to the farming community recently.
BSI inaugurates KBBB branch
DIMAPUR: Official installation of Bible Society of India (BSI) Dimapur auxiliary branch was held on August 22 at Konyak Baptist Church Council mission centre with Rev. Dr. Z. K. Rochill auxiliary secretary as minister. Accordingly, a new team of branch officials have been selected with Chimyuh as president and Rev. Yeangphong as secretary among six others. Meanwhile, Rev. Dr. Rochill has informed that there would be fund raising seminar on September 14 at KBCC mission centre in collaboration with BSI Mon town branch.
CLOU lauds MP for raising oil issue
DIMAPUR: Changpang village Land Owners’ Union (CLOU) has appreciated Rajya Sabha MP Khekiho Zhimomi for raising the issue of oil spillage at Changpang oil field under Wokha district in the Rajya Sabha. A press note issued by CLOU vice president Mhao Odyuo stated that oil spillage at Changpang oil field was a serious environment issue for which, the village has appealed to responsible authorities many times but went unheard. Stating that no action had been taken on the village’s appeal to ONGC Ltd. and the government for environment “clean-up”, CLOU expressed optimism that raising the issue in the Rajya Sabha at this juncture would prompt the authorities to look into the matter at the earliest and initiate steps for solution.

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