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Sept 5:
Published on 6 Sep. 2010 12:06 AM IST
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KMC on ground, park for colonies
DIMAPUR: The Kohima Municipal Council has convened meeting on September 8 from DC onference Hall at 1pm along with administrator and advisory board members of KMC to discuss on issue related to ground/park for colonies. All colony panchayat chairmen and secretaries of Kohima town have been informed to attend the meeting.
DKSU 29 general conference
DIMAPUR: The 29 general conference of Dimapur Kyong (Lotha) student union would be held on September 14 at Lotha Hoho Ki, DC court junction, on the theme “Visualising our vision towards excellence”. Azheto Zhimomi, MLA, Advisor cooperation and sericulture would be the chief guest. Kyong students from class X1 and above from different educational institution under DKSU have been informed to participate in the conference.
ANAAT informs
DIMAPUR: ANAATA has informed all adhoc teachers who have submitted their documents with it and have not signed their show cause notice reply do so on September 6 and 7 at Kohima and come along with Rs 500. It also informed that the individuals would be responsible if they failed to do so and to contact 9402018521 for further information.
LAD general meeting
DIMAPUR: Liangmai Aruang Dimapur (LAD) has convened a general meeting on September 11, 10 am at little flower school, Zeliang colony, Burma camp Dimapur. All executive members, advisory board members have been requested to attend the meeting.
KSSU 56 annual session cum fresher meet
DIMAPUR: 56 annual sessions cum fresher’s meet of Kohima Sumi Students’ union (KSSU) would be held on September 11, 10am at Sumi Baptist church Kohima. S N Achumi (IPS) Addl Director General of Police, Nagaland and Khekaho Aye, accounts officer DIPR, Nagaland would grace the function as chief guest and guest of honour.
WPF observes first foundation day
KOHIMA: Women’s Prayer Fellowship, Upper Midland, Kohima on Saturday celebrated its first foundation day the Conclave Conference Hall, LCS Building with Rev. L. Suohie Mhasi as the speaker. John Cell, Soul Harvest Youth Fellowship, Daklane presented song which added attraction to the celebration of the foundation day.
KNUD executive meeting
DIMAPUR: Kandi Ni Union Dimapur (KNUD) has convened an executive meeting on September 12, 2pm at the residence of union vice president, Foot Hill restaurant, Chumukedima. All office bearers, collectors, executive members and advisors have been requested to attend the meeting. Further, the union collectors have been requested to submit household membership fees on or before September 10.
DSSU on Mr. and Miss fresher contest
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Sumi Students’ Union (DSSU) has informed all higher secondary schools, colleges and sector or colony president or representatives who are yet to submit the names of the participants of Mr. and Miss fresher contest to furnish them on or before September 9. DSSU has further informed all colleges, sector, colony to send two volunteers each and for more assistance to contact on 9856683633 and 9862950688.
GHSS conducts one day workshop
DIMAPUR: With the need for skills in handiwork for a rural citizen, the faculty and staff of GHSS Jalukie conducted a one-day workshop on handiworks in the school. Teachers and staff imparted skills and abilities to students as resource persons. Some of the important items taught in the workshop included shoe mending, hair cutting, tailoring, carpentry, flower making and bamboo crafts. The main objective of the workshop was to train students on work culture and to be self reliant. Principal of GHSS Jalukie has meanwhile extended gratitude to teachers, staff and the students for coordinately working together behind the success of the programme.
53 ACCC clarifies statement
TUENSANG: The 53 ACCC Tuensang Sadar-I, has clarified the statement of Elam Chang which was published in a local daily August 23, terming it as” totally false and baseless”. President of 53 ACCC Tuensang Sadar- 1, J.N. Somba dismissed the allegation stating that Elem was never a Congress supporter from 53 A/C Tuensang Sadar 1, where he was from 51AC Noksen and his resignation was not related under Tuensang Sadar 1 in any manner.
KPC trekking to Mt Pulie Badze
KOHIMA: Kohima Peace Channel (KPC) had organised a trekking to Mount Pulie Badze for the students on the theme “Adventure for Peace” on August 28 last.
Victor Kevilhouthie Yhome, coordinator, Peace Channel coordinated the whole event. Trekking featured a cultural presentation where students from 17 different communities presented cultural items, folk dance, and traditional plays and through words/messages. Altogether, 102 Students from 11 different schools and colleges including some teacher’s in-charge participated in the trekking.
CSDD appeals
Dimapur: Consumer Society Dimapur district (CSDD) has urged the department of Legal metrology & consumer protection for early reconstruction of the district forum members in the interest of the general public. A press release issued by Pradip Sethi press secretary CSDD said that for last one and half year due to non formation of the district consumer forum has caused immense hardships to the consumers. Stating that further delay in the functioning of full fledged district consumer forum will encourage the unscrupulous traders for monopolizing the unfair trade practice to exploit the innocent consumers of the district, he added.
Iftar observed in Jama Masjid Chumukedima
DIMAPUR: Rotaract Club of Chumukedima observed Iftar in Jama Masjid Chumukedima on Friday where 10 members attended the Iftar, an evening meal when Muslims break their fast during the Islamic month of Ramadan right after Maghrib (sunset). Iftar, one of the religious observances of Ramadan is often made as a community service with people gathering to break their fast together. President Rtr. Rajesh Deb in his message said unity and harmony must be the ultimate societal objective for peaceful co-existence in the multi-diverse set up; where spirit of brotherhood developed amongst the people naturally.

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