Jadonang martyrdom day on Aug 29
DIMAPUR: Zeliangrong Heraka Youth Organization (ZHYO) Nagaland would be celebrating the 79th Haipou Jadonang martyrdom day supported by Zeliangrong Baudi (Hoho) and Zeliangrong Students Union, Nagaland (ZSUN) on August 29, 11 30 p.m at Town Hall, Peren.
The celebration will be attended by all Zeliangrong Community and are expected to come with traditional attire. The celebration will be blessed by Kevilietuo, President Naga Hoho and Tarie Zeliang, MLA 6 A/c Tening as chief guest and guest of honour respectively. The function will be deliberated on Haipou Jadonang by Tanzan Newme, General Secretary Zeliangrong Heraka Association North East India (ZHANEI).
KSU organises inter-generational summit
DIMAPUR: Kyong Students’ Union (KSU) in commemoration of its 75th Platinum Jubilee Celebration - 2010 and as part of Jubilee yearlong activities will be organizing Inter-Generational Summit (IGS) on and Common Teachers Day on September 4 and 5 respectively at DBS Youth Centre, Wokha Town. KSU has informed every institution in Wokha district regarding criteria for teacher’s selection to forward it to KSU office on or before August 25.
The committee further notified that inter-school singing competition would be held on September 5 in solo and group category. For more information steering committees can be contacted at 9436206593/9612460501 or President (KSU) N. Yiben Humtsoe.
UHC Kacharigaon observes nutrition day
DIMAPUR: Urban Health Centre (UHC) Kacharigaon observed nutrition day on August 14 at sub-health centre Kacharigaon. The occasion was marked by distribution of biscuits, medicated vitamin ‘A’ and iron folic acid to 160 children. Pregnant women were also examined and given iron folic acid. The programme was jointly organized by village UHC, staff of health centre, Anganwadi workers and ASHA.
KGSU caution loitering students
DIMAPUR: Kuhuboto Ghakhu Students’ union (KGSU) cautioned its area students in Dimapur of stern action if anybody was found bunking classes or loitering in bars and restaurants during class hours. The union also added that no students will be allowed to attend night parties or even loiter at night without any genuine reason.
KWVSU freshers’ day
DIMAPUR: Kohima Wokha Village Students’ Union (KWVSU) has convened its 4th freshers’ day on August 28, 10am at Red Cross Complex, P.R. Hill. All members have been requested to attend the function. The union further requested all the students who secured 60% and above in HSLC/HSSLC, to submit one photo copy of mark sheet and admit card to KWVSU office.
‘Naga Army’ terminates one
DIMAPUR: ‘Brig’. Pukeho, MC Commander Yambamo Brigade, Naga Army in a press release informed that service of ‘S/Maj’. Komok Lowang, bearing number YZ-36016 of Shongshen Battalion, Naga Army has been terminated for defaulting leave for more than 180 day and also for neglecting to report even after being warned by commanding officer. the release also stated that order would come into an immediate effect.
ZGCAA holds get together programme
DIMAPUR: First alumni get together of Zunheboto Government College was held on August 20 in the college campus and the members present formed the Zunheboto Government College Alumni Association (ZGCAA) and also uttered hope that with the formation of association the college would further progress towards a better and bigger dimension.
Further, the first team of office bearers of ZGCAA includes Kakugha S. Rotokha as president, Hokishe Kiba as secretary and other members. Meanwhile, the alumni of Zunheboto Government College have expressed gratitude to the principal, lecturers and staff for initiating the formation of alumni association.
Dimapur: Yimchungrü Tribal Council (YTC) has clarified that dead body of Sekhalu lied at Pungren village and not Pungro Village as stated earlier on August 22 issue of this local daily.
HoD meeting held at Tobu
DIMAPUR: The department co-ordination meeting was held at Tobu Sub-division on August 16 at TASU office. Various grievances were shared between the TASU Executive and various heads of offices. The TASU requested the Heads of Offices to be regular in discharging their duties for the benefit of the public. Further the TASU appealed the other Heads of Offices who could not turn up for the coordination meeting, to report to their respective offices at the earliest.
JYO apprehends three for extortion
DIMAPUR: Jotsoma Youth Organisation (JYO) apprehended Neiphivikho Neiphi S/o. Lhusievikho Neiphi, Kecavisie Sechü S/o. Vingusa Sechü and Khotso Sechü S/o. Satuo Sechü all from Sechü Zubza on the August 16. According to JYO secretary Kereingukho Rino and president, Vilhubilie Peseyie the accused were apprehended while extorting money from the stranded vehicles from its jurisdiction and were punished as per the existing rules of the village. The organization also expressed regret for the inconvenience caused to the public for poor maintenance of the bye-pass road by the authorities.
NPSA visit Eden Garden Home
KOHIMA: Nagaland Police Service Association (NPSA) on the occasion of Indian Independence celebration visited Eden Garden Children Home, Khuzama and provided food items for the inmates on Sunday . Host of senior NPSA members along with Kohima based officers led by Neiba Newmai, President NPSA held informal interaction with 203 inmates and caretaker of the garden. Neiba Newmai highlighted the main objectives and role of police to the inmates and its service is within the reach of everyone. The visit was the first venture of the association and hoped to extend helping hand to the needy people in the near future.
Career guidance workshop in Mokokchung
Mokokchung: Fazl Ali College, Mokokchung conducted a Career Guidance Workshop on the theme “Making the Big Dream’ on August 17 at the College Auditorium. The resource persons were Kesonyu Yhome IAS, S.D.O. (Civil) Mokokchung who spoke on the theme ‘Rethinking and Setting Priorities’, Sushil Kumar Patel, IAS (Probation) spoke on ‘Facing Realities” and Amenla Longkumer, lecturer, DIET, Mokokchung spoke on the theme ‘Choosing the right Career’. The program was attended by 153 students and was organized by the Career Guidance Cell of the College.