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Published on 7 Sep. 2010 1:02 AM IST
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NGOs Chen area inspect departments
DIMAPUR: The apex NGOs of Chen area inspected eight villages of Chen area under the theme “Vibrant society”. The team inspected all the communitized department and found many of government official and staff, field workers under the establishment were out of station, neglecting their duties for the last two, three years. The members appealed the government employees under various department of Chen area serving under different files and capacities to be at their posting places before second week of September, failing which the KU unit Chen, Chen Area Students’ Union, Chen Area Sheko Khong would take their own course of action.
Lotha Hoho Dimapur general meeting
DIMAPUR: Lotha Hoho Dimapur has convened a general meeting on September 11, 10 am at Lotha Hoho Ki near DC office junction Duncan. All the members have been requested to attend the meeting.
1 discharged from NSCN (I-M)
DIMAPUR: NSCN (I-M) has discharged Thongkhogin Sitlhou, OA-I, KTU office staff from the service on account of domestic problems. In exercise of the powers conferred upon the office, chief principal secretary, NSCN (I-M), Samson Jajo has issued discharged order to Thongkhogin Sitlhou, OA-I from the national service on August 20.
DCU celebrates Mongmong festival
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Changchor Union celebrated Mongmong festival on September 3 at the residence of its treasurer H Tsasepi at Naharbari. Highlights of the programme included top spinning competition for boys and khuling khumulitaba for girls.
Chuchuyimlang Riongsanger 5 Dmu meet
DIMAPUR: The Chuchuyimlang Riongsanger 5 buba zunga general meeting will be held on August 11 from 2 pm at the residence of its treasurer Imlimeren. A press note issued by the unit president Temsu Pongen further informed all its members to attend the meeting, failing which fines will be imposed.
IMFL seized
DIMAPUR, SEP 6 (NPN): Dimapur police seized a total of 404 IMFL in two separate incidents within the past few days. In the first case, police intercepted a Tata mobile (NL01A 3182) laden with IMFL, at Deluxe Point on September 1 around 7 pm. A total of 360 bottles of MC Rum was recovered and two persons identified as Apano Chakhesang (38) and Chemba Lama (21) was also arrested. While in the second case, based on an input, police raided a house located at Padumphukri on Saturday morning and seized 44 cases of assorted liquor. One person identified as Vikaka (27) was arrested in this connection. (Staff Reporter)
Ganja seized
DIMAPUR, SEP 6 (NPN): Acting on specific information, police waylaid a Maruti van, AS06 B 0613, at Ara Mile on Monday evening and seized a total of 150 kgs of contraband ganja. The vehicle was proceeding towards Dimapur from Kohima when it was seized by the police. Two persons identified as Manikho Mao (20) and Daiho Mao (40) were also arrested by the police. (Staff Reporter)
AKM seizes contraband
DIMAPUR: The Ao Students’ Conference (AKM) on Monday burnt around 7200 capsule of banned drugs (Spasmo Proxyvon) seized from a shop M/S K. P Pharmaceuticals on September 5 when the AKM conducted check on shops/pharmacies. According to a press release issued by the S. Bendang Aier, president and Tongpang Ozukum, secretary of AKM, the AKM will continue to check such shops/pharmacies in order to keep Mokokchung clean from such abusive substances specially the youths. The AKM also warned that if any shops were found dealing with such substances, the AKM will do every possible ways to stop them from opening their shops again.
Chuchuyimlang Riongsanger seminar
DIMAPUR: Chuchuyimlang Riongsanger Sungpo Zunga Tenet Telongjem clarified that the proposed seminar will be held on September 25 and not on September 5 as published earlier.
Deplorable road in Akuluto town
DIMAPUR: Due to deplorable road condition between Akuluto town to PWD office, the citizens of Akuluto town especially Sutemi villagers and students are facing acute hardship. S. Katovi Chishi of Sutemi village in a release stated the government was neglecting the area for many years despite repeated request for renovation. It stated that at present the students could not attend school due to water logging and expressed disappointment at the department in-charge for not being able to maintain their own office road. It further appealed the higher authorities to look into the matter for the well being of the people.
Seminar on career prospect held
Dimapur: A seminar on career prospect was held at Sakus Mission College on August 31 with Dr. Piketo Achumi, Dr. R.K Behera and Ahemo as resources persons. In her key note address convener emphasized on the need of expert guidance and counseling. About 500 students of Pranabananda Women’s College, SD Jain Girl’s College, Salt Christian College and Unity College participated in the seminar.

APO appeals Angamis

DIMAPUR: In view of the forthcoming International Bamboo Congress scheduled to be convened at Kisama Naga Heritage village from September 16 to 18, the Angami Public Organisation (APO) appealed all Angamis to come forward in contributing towards the event and also urged the general public to keep the area clean so the venue would be befittingly fit to host such a mega event.
Rengma Hoho meet

KOHIMA: Rengma Hoho has convened executive council meeting on September 11 at 10.30 am at Tseminyu Town Hall. All Rengma Hoho frontal organization including Rengma Students Union, Rengma Mother Association, Rengma Officers Forum, Rengma GBs Association, CRBC, Rengma Public Union Kohima and Dimapur, Rengma VDB association and all village council chairmen have been requested to attend the meeting.
CSUKCK jubilee

KOHIMA: Chakhesang Students Union Kohima College, Kohima (CSUKCK) will be celebrating its 25th years of formation on September 25, 10 am at Ura Academy with Kiizholiizo Nienii, minister for Health and Family Welfare as chief guest. All Alumuni of CSUKCK, elders, parents, well wishers and public leaders have been requested participate in the occasion.

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