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Aug 17:
Published on 18 Aug. 2010 12:19 AM IST
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NC public meeting
DIMAPUR: Naga Council has called for a public meeting on Wednesday, 11 am at the Lotha Hoho Ki near DC Court junction Dimapur to finalize plans to pursue the Naga Commission issue which was kept in abeyance by government.
Aggrieved teachers, Niuland meet
DIMAPUR: Convening body of teachers under DIS Niuland has informed all 70 petitioners who have sued government for pending salary to attend the meeting compulsorily on August 18 at 4pm at ISBT, Purana Bazaar, Dimapur. For further information members have been informed to contact 9612662205.
ANDBPF foundation day
KOHIMA: The 8th foundation day of All Nagaland Drivers & Body Guards Prayer Fellowship (ANDBPF) Kohima on the theme “Protection of life” on August 21 at 10.000 am at Yimchungru Baptist Church ,opposite IOC Kohima.
KMC coupons to check trade monopoly
KOHIMA: With a view to control an exorbitant price rise and trade monopoly in capital city, Kohima Municipal Council has informed interested traders to obtain import permit and collect coupons directly from KMC office at rupees ten per coupons. KMC informed that import of essential commodities of Kohima town was still open.
Campaign on HIV and AIDS at Longleng
DIMAPUR: NNP+ and in collaboration with Yingli Mission Society with support from LFA-UNAIDS will be conducting advocacy Campaign on HIV and AIDS on August 19, 10 am at Lempong hall under the theme “Together We Can”. The stakeholder, Churches, government department, civil societies, student Community, and partner NGOs would participate in the event.
CPO executive meeting
DIMAPUR: Chakhesang Public Organization (CPO) has convened an executive meeting on August 21, 10 am at GA Rest House, Phek. All executive members and area presidents have been requested to attend the meeting.
KDSUD general meeting
DIMAPUR: Kiphire District Sumi Union Dimapur (KDSUD) has convened an emergency general meeting on August 21, 10 am at the residence of its banker, Khevito Sumi at Thahekhu village. Meanwhile, union has also felicitated its chairman, Ghokiho Yeptho on being promoted to the post of superintendent of excise. Union wished him success in his future endeavors.
KPC emergency body meeting
DIMAPUR: The executives of Kohima Press Club (KPC) have convened an emergency general body meeting on August 19 at KPC conference hall, 11 am. All members have been informed to attend the meeting.
GSUD meeting
DIMAPUR: Gorkha Student’s Union Dimapur (GSUD) has informed all its unit presidents, secretaries to be present at the meeting which would be held on August 21 at St. Paul’s School, Purana Bazaar at 2pm. The meeting would be held to discuss matters relating to Gorkha annual sports week and also other important issues. For further queries, one may contact the union sports secretary, Solomon Thapa at 9862109040.
PMEGP interview under Peren district
DIMAPUR: PMEGP interview under Peren district has been convened on August 24 from 10:30am at the conference hall of DC, Peren. All candidates have been requested to submit original documents for interview and that no separate call letters would be issued.
Peren district institutes ‘Green Award’
Dimapur: To encourage responsible group and individuals for in creating mass awareness on to protect, preserve and conserve environment, Society for Protection of Ecology & Environment, Peren District has instituted a “Green Award” to those persons. The award was presented by minister for health and family welfare, Kuzholuzo Neiniu during the Independence Day Function at Peren Town.
ARSU Meeting
Dimapur: Meeting of Atoizu Range Students Unions’ (ARSU) has been convened on August 22, 10 am at the residence of Y. Shikato Shohe, Mishikito village near power house Full Nagarjan, Dimapur to draft the program for the upcoming biennial session. All members are requested to submit the article for biennial magazine publication to any of the executives of ARSU or send the articles via e-mail at the official e-mail address of ARSU. Constituent units have been informed to submit the statistical report on or before October 10.
State level parliament quiz competition
KOHIMA: State level youth parliament competition and parliamentary quiz ,2010 will be held on August 27 at 10.30 am at Imagine Hall ATI Kohima with TR Zeliang, minister for Planning and coordination, evaluation, veterinary and animal husbandry and parliamentary affairs as chief guest.
STSSU condemns killing
DIMAPUR: Seyochung Town Sumi Students’ Union (STSSU) has condemned the killing of Ameto Awomi allegedly by members of NNC. The union has strongly questioned as to why he was abducted and killed for no reason. Stating that when Nagas were talking about peace and unity, union said such “barbaric act” of NNC was quite contradictory to it. Union, has appealed to the NNC to investigate the case and punish the culprit as per the law and deliver justice immediately. While thanking the south police station Kohima for their job in recovering the body of the deceased, the students prayed for the departed soul and also conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members.
Pfutsero ACCC on sorry state of Pfutsero town
DIMAPUR: The 16th Pfutsero ACCC has highlighted some of the sorry state of affairs in Pfutsero town. Highlighting some of the anti-social activities in Pfutsero town, the 16th Pfutsero ACCC president Hunetsu Vero and general secretary (admn) Neikhape condemned the murder of one Bedunguyi Lea of Chobam (Tsupfume) village on August 3 and appealed to national workers irrespective of various factions to clamp down on such “macabre acts” and help in maintaining the peace and tranquility of the town as well as Nagaland. 16th Pfutsero ACCC appealed to the administration, town council, advisory board and law enforcing agencies to bring the culprit to book. 16th Pfutsero ACCC further stated that since the dissolution of Pfutsero town council, supply of essential commodities like BPL, rice, K. Oil, sugar were not only denied to the public but nominal rate have become erratic. 16th Pfutsero ACCC in this connection has appealed to the authorities in charge to ensure regular and proper supply of essential commodities and to take stern action against unscrupulous elements siphoning off the supply.
Mission compound ward Kiphire flays dist admn
DIMAPUR: The Mission Compound ward Kiphire has flayed the district authority for their lackadaisical attitude towards the colony at the time when the residents were under threat due to landslide. The ward general secretary, R. Joseph Kuis Tikhir in a press statement said that the district authority themselves visited the affected area in the lower part of the colony, not only once but no tangible steps was taken to mitigate the impending danger. Owing to these factors, the residents question the authority as to why they are not looked upon? It further claimed that, in the month of April, some of the houses of the colony were destroyed by hailstorm, which the district authority took notice. However, no aid of any kind was forwarded to the residents so far.
WSKH flays “fake reverend” for fraud
DIMAPUR: Western Sumi Kukami Hoho (WSKH) has condemned the act committed by Solomon Poumai, a “fake reverend” who was arrested by Dimapur police for cheating and collecting money from churches in Nagaland, in the name of fake ministry.
Stating that Nagas as Christians had never experienced such act of cheating, WSKH president Apeto Assumi said such acts of disgracing the sanctity of Christianity and church should not be allowed in Naga society for it would only encourage others who are out to commit any kind of crime for their personal benefit.
“The act committed by Solomon should be condemned by all section of Naga society including the churches for he has disgraced the image of church and Christianity”, WSKH added. The Hoho also requested police to enforce strict action against him and not to grant bail.
Sterilization camp
DIMAPUR: A sterilization camp was held at Mangmetong PHC, Mokokchung on August 16. The camp was organized by state health society, NRHM, health and family welfare led by Dr. Ademla, IMDH and assisted by nurses and OT assistant. The beneficiaries were also provided free medicines.

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