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Sept 21:
Published on 22 Sep. 2010 12:09 AM IST
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‘Procession for liquor prohibition’
DIMAPUR: Pastors’ Fellowship in coordination with village council, women organisation, DNSU, DNYO, Diphupar would be organising ‘Procession for liquor prohibition’ on September 25, 9am from central jail junction. All Diphupar village members have been requested to attend the programme.
EBCD emergency meeting
DIMAPUR: Eastern bible college alumni union Dimapur has convened an emergency meeting on September 23, 1 pm at EBC office. All the executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
NUDA welfare society meeting
DIMAPUR: Naghutomi union Dimapur area (NUDA) welfare society has convened an executive meeting on September 25, 3 pm at the conference hall of Indigenous cultural centre, city tower Dimapur. All office bearers and executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
MO training in Zunheboto
DIMAPUR: One day medical training of RNTCP for all medical officers in Zunheboto district would be held on September 28, 10 am at district tuberculosis office Zunheboto. All medical officers have been requested to attend the training.
LDA applicants informed
DIMAPUR: Additional Director, N Khevito Sema has informed all candidates who have submitted applications for the post of LDA at the directorate of school education to collect their application forms from P & AR/DC as per the advertisement in the newspaper as the directorate would not conduct any interview for recruitment.
State BJMM to attend national meet
DIMAPUR: Bharatiya Janata Party Mahila Morcha (BJMM) Nagaland state members would be attending national executives meeting to be held on September 29 and 30 at Mumbai. Informing this in a press release, BJMM general secretary Zucho Lotha further said that state BJMM held a meeting on September 18 and has resolved to take up touring programme to all Mandals.
Free health camp at Jalukie
DIMAPUR: District industries centre (DIC) Peren in collaboration with ICICI Lombard, would be conducting a free health camp at Jalukie town on September 23 at Jalukie Town Council Hall from 9am onwards. All ICICI card holders (weavers) under health insurance scheme (HIS) of the district have been informed to avail free medical check up and free medicines at the camp.
HRUD prayer meeting
DIMAPUR: Hoshepu Range Union Dimapur (HRUD) has informed all its members to attend prayer meeting on September 25 at Sunday School Hall, Model Colony Purana Bazar from 6 am to 9 am.
PSUD annual-cum-freshers’ meet
DIMAPUR: Pochury Students’ Union Dimapur (PSUD) will hold its annual cum freshers’ meet on September 25, 10 am at Town Hall Dimapur with geology & mining engineer Chirhotho Rashutho Nyusou as chief guest.
VDBU emergency meeting
DIMAPUR: Village Development Board Union (VDBU), Medziphema block has convened an emergency meeting on September 25, 11am at CPO Hall Chumukedima, Dimapur. All VDB secretaries under Medziphema block, BDO and JE (S) have been requested to attend the meeting.
PDRA review meeting
Kohima: Review meeting of Peren District Referee’s Association (PDRA) will be held on September 25 at 10 am at the Administrative Rest House Peren. All sub committee members and members of PDRA have been informed to attend the meeting to deliberate on work achievement of the ensuing 4th legislators trophy tourney.
Kohima DPDB meet
DIMAPUR: Monthly meeting of the Kohima District Planning & Development Board has been convened on September 23, 12noon at DC’s conference hall, Kohima. Kohima DPDB would be felicitating the best government schools teachers in the primary, elementary and secondary levels during the meeting.
ASAN last executive meeting
DIMAPUR: Last executive meeting of accounts services association of Nagaland (ASAN) has been convened on September 24, 10:30 am at CE (Power) conference hall Kohima to deliberate on ASAN general session schedule to be held in the month of November.
2 discharged from national service
DIMAPUR: Libomo Jami, additional secretary, ministry of Kilo Affairs, MIP, has issued a discharged order of L.S. Khongsai, Razou Peyu and Lamhen, Razu Peyu, KTU from active national service on health ground and on account domestic problem. w.e.f. from September 13 and 15 respectively.
Medical camp conducted at Thilixü
DIMAPUR: Lions Club of Dimapur Blue Vanda, under the leadership of its president, Lion Kakheli Zhimomi organized a medical camp on September 19 at Thilixü village, 3rd mile Dimapur in collaboration with Sumi Totimi Hoho, Thilixü. The event was graced by past district governor, zone chairman and district chairman of district 322 D, Lions Clubs International. The camp was conducted with 10 prominent doctors Dr. DR Sharma, Dr. B. Sethi, Dr. Deepak Jain, Dr. Ruby Jain, Dr. Kashito, Dr. Victo, Dr. Shalini, Dr. Rongsenla, Dr. Rosemary and Dr. RL Jain along with 2 lab assistants and 10 pharmacists. More than 550 patients were provided free medicines and also eye screening and eye check-up were conducted where 63 nos of free spectacles were provided to the needy. Blue Vanda members thanked the volunteers and women of Sumi Totimi Hoho for helping the club and for success of the camp.
DIER to launch special scheme
DIMAPUR: With a view to enhance communication skills of the people, Dimensions Institute for Education & Research (DIER) would be launching a special scheme ‘building our economy’ to focus on providing complete and job oriented professional course to desirous youth eager to build an illustrious career.Interested educated unemployed youth have been informed to contact the centre head of Dimensions, Naharbari Junction, ABC Building, opposite HP Petrol Pump, Dimapur on September 22 between 12 noon and 3 pm. Candidates have been requested to submit detailed CV and one passport photo. Meanwhile, DIER would be launching its Chumukedima centre by January 2011 and its school of information technology from mid 2011.
Poor BSNL network in Longleng
DIMAPUR: BSNL users in Longleng have complained of unsatisfactory services in the district since the past several days. The customers said they have been greatly inconvenienced due to poor network services and have urged the authorities responsible to restore the services at the earliest.

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