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Published on 24 Sep. 2010 12:02 AM IST
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ANPSTA Peren unit meeting
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Pre-Service Teachers’ Association (ANPSTA) Peren unit has convened a meeting on September 25 at 10 am at FITA office, Jalukie town.
KEH executive meeting
DIMAPUR: The president of KEH has convened a meeting of the presidents – KEE Kohima, KEE Dimapur, executive members and advisory board members of KEH on October 2, 10 am at LTC Hall Wokha to chalk out detailed programme for the ensuing general conference of KEH.
Articles for CSUK magazine
DIMAPUR: Chakhesang Students Union Kohima (CSUK) has informed all interested members of the community to contribute articles for CSUK magazine which will be published in view of its golden jubilee celebration next year. For any information, one can contact the convener of the souvenir committee, Veta Nienu at 9612303740.
Social work at T. Khel
DIMAPUR: The Tsiituonuomia Khel (T. Khel), Kohima village will be organizing a mass social work on September 25 with a view to beautify the village and also there being an urgent need to clean the wells, footpaths, roads and drainages within the Khel jurisdiction.
National integration camp in Kohima
KOHIMA: State level national integration camp organized by Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan, Nagaland would be held from September 24 to 30 at IG stadium Kohima. The inaugural function would be held on September 25 at 10 am with Dr. Visakhonü Hibo, Ph. D, Principal Japfu Christian College, Kigwema as chief guest. Youth from Jammu and Kashmir, Meghalaya, Bihar and Andhra Pradesh will be attending the programme.
HASSU meeting
DIMAPUR: Meeting of Highway Area Sumi Students’ Union (HASSU) executive members and its unit president and general secretaries has been convened on September 25 at 9 a.m. at its union office to chalk out programmes for the forthcoming general conference.
TSU freshers’ meet
DIMAPUR: Tenyimi Students’ union, (TSU) Public College of Commerce, Dimapur will hold its freshers’ meet-cum-social partying at Noune Resort, New Showuba, Dimapur on September 25. All bonafide Tenyimi Students of PCC have been informed to report to the College Campus by 7a.m
SKD meeting
DIMAPUR: Satami Kuqhakulu Dimapur (SKD) has convened a meeting on September 26, 1 pm at the residence of I Vikikhe Ghushepu, banker Chekiye village Dimapur.
Prayer and fasting program
DIMAPUR: One day prayer and fasting programme under the theme “Harishi mmha eshi-eni ekhang randan” organized by N Longidang Baptist Church would be held on October 10. All gazetted officers of the village both present and retired have been requested to reach the village by October 9.
SUD general meeting
DIMAPUR: Sastami union Dimapur (SUD) has convened its general meeting on September 25, 11am at the residence of Hoshito Wotsa, new colony, Purana bazaar Dimapur.
GKD general meeting
DIMAPUR: Ghokimi Kuposhukulu Dimapur (GKD) has convened a general meeting on September 25, 10 am at Kikheto Wotsa, GKD banker, Sematilla Dimapur. All office bearers, advisors and members have been requested to attend the meeting.
Workshop for civil societies, IOC, LPG sectors
DIMAPUR: A one day advocacy workshop on HIV and AIDS jointly organized by Nagaland State AIDS control Society and Kripa Foundation Nagaland for civil societies and Church leaders would be held on September 25 and for IOC and LPG sector on the 27 at 10am in Hotel Japfü, Kohima respectively.
The workshop will look into: Nagaland State HIV Policy, HIV & AIDS Scenario in Nagaland, Substance Abuse & HIV, Stigma and Discrimination and Care Treatment and Support. All the societies, IOC and LPGs sector have been requested to send their representative on the mentioned date.
Plea for 3% reservation for the disabled
KOHIMA: All Nagaland Disabled People’s Organization (ANDPO) has appealed to personnel and administrative reforms department (P&AR) to work out modalities for 3% vacancy for disabled people in job vacancies as per P&AR advertisemnet for judicious implementation. A representation to principal secretary, P&AR by ANDPO asked for procedure for 3% of vacancies reserved for physically challenged candidates both in directorate and district level for directive and practical implementation.
While acknowledging the department for reserving 3% for physically challenged candidates, the organization maintained that no directive or indication for practical implementation for 3% of the vacancies were reserved for physically challenged. The association further stated it would resort to approach appropriate forum for redressal of its grievances before examination was conducted, if the department failed to comply with existing policy for the physically challenged.
STF detects power theft in Dimapur
DIMAPUR: Surprise checking on power theft by special task force (STF) consisting of district administration, police and Dimapur based power departmental officers and staff was carried out in new market and blue hill station area, Dimapur on September 23. According to executive engineer Er Nitovi A. Wotsa, during the checking, many unauthorized connections were detected and defaulters were penalized as per provisions of electricity act 2003 part XIV, offences and penalties. Defaulters were also made to sign a good behavior bond and not to repeat the offence in future.
It may be noted that unauthorized tapping is cognizable offence as per section 379 of Indian Penal Code (IPC) and is punishable by imprisonment up to three years or a fine or both.
ESU meeting
KOHIMA: Emlo-to Students’ Union (ESU) has convened a meeting on September 26 at 3pm at the residence of Kahuto Chishi at Diphupar ‘B’ Dimapur Nagaland. All founders, seniors, advisors, council of executives and intellectuals have been asked to attend the meeting.
STHZ conference
DIMAPUR: The 22nd annual conference (Baghi Hoho) of Sumi Totimi Hoho Zunheboto (STHZ) would be held on October 14 at town hall Zunheboto on the theme ‘Woman in present context’. The conference would be graced by MLA and chairman NHHDC Shetoyi Sumi as chief guest. Meanwhile, beauty pageant contest of ‘Miss Zunheboto 2010’ would be held on October 13 at Town hall Zunheboto town with Census director V. Hekali Zhimomi as chief guest. Further, STHZ would be organising mass social work on the theme ‘Cleansing Day’ on September 30. All 13 wards under Zunheboto town have been informed to extend cooperation in the social work.
Seminar on financial management
DIMAPUR: AGBCN conducted leadership seminar on financial management on September 18 and 19. About 60 leaders from 25 Gorkha/Nepali Churches from Nagaland attended the seminar. Resource persons were B. K Rasaily, account Officer DUDA; B.S. Thatal, Superintendent (Rtd) and Suraj Rai Sr. accountant. NMM. Word of God on the devotional service was delivered by Rev. Phughoto Aye, director Wind and Fire Ministries India and Rev. Muktinah Sharma Pastor, NBC, Kohima.
IGNOU workshop cum induction
DIMAPUR: IGNOU students who have been enrolled at Dimapur study centre (2002) for session July 2010, for postgraduate, undergraduate and diploma courses have been informed to attend a workshop cum induction meet to be held on September 25 at 11 a.m at IGNOU study centre-2002, Dimapur Govt. College, Dimapur.
Nagaland to observe 41st NSS Day
DIMAPUR: National Service Scheme, (NSS) Nagaland Cell would be celebrating 41st NSS Day on September 24. To commemorate the NSS Foundation Day, NSS Kohima Units would be visiting NHAK, Kohima. State Liaison officer L. Kenneth Punyü informed that programme officer NSS from Patkai Christian College Bendangnungsang would be receiving Indira Gandhi NSS award from Union Minister for Youth Affairs & Sports. Dr. M.S. Gill.
Yahoi Konyak clarifies
DIMAPUR: Rev. Dr. N. Yahoi Konyak has tendered apology to the Konyak Union (KU), Mon Red Cross Society, individual and groups for the misleading information which was published in the local dailies on September 14 under the caption ‘Yahoi appeals to Reg. Coop. societies’. He also stated that the information published was done without her knowledge and appealed the public to refrain from further confusion.
Hollotoli School clarifies
DIMAPUR: Reacting to the news item on ‘Teenage gang assaults student’ which was published in this local daily on September 22, where it reported that Mayangongba Jamir was a bus conductor of Hollotoli School, the headmistress of Hollotoli School has clarified that there was no such person employed in Hollotoli School.
Parents’ day at SKG Changtongya
DIMAPUR: Sunrise Kindergarden School (SKG) Changtongya town celebrated parents’ day on September 17 at the school premises. Language officer Kohima, Takowati exhorted the students and parents. At the programme the school administration awarded the best teacher to Atula and best student award to Tiazungla. Invocation and benediction was pronounced by L. Yanger and Limatoshi respectively.
AAC general meeting
DIMAPUR: General meeting of all beneficiaries of transport subsidy under department of industries and commerce for the year 2007 & 2008 batches has been convened on October 7,1 pm at Red Cross complex conference hall PR hill, Kohima. V L Angami, convener, Adhoc action committee, transport subsidy beneficiaries has informed that meeting would discuss long pending cases on transport subsidy and chalk out further course of action with the concerned authorities. All selected beneficiaries under the scheme all over the state have been requested to attend the meeting.
KSU mid term meet held
DIMAPUR: The 63 session of Konyak student union (KSU) mid term federal assembly was held on September 21 at Mon town council hall. The meeting was attended by all its federating unit presidents and secretaries, KSU advisory board members and all the area student union presidents and secretaries. In the meeting, the house adopted series of resolutions including reaffirmation of earlier resolutions. It also decided to keep a vigilant on IPL issue within Mon district, banning on sale or export of any antiques from Konyak soil, transfer along with post, proxy/ghost teachers, absentees and to properly verify and scrutinize mushrooming of private institutions within Mon town.
BWCWS informs
DIMAPUR: Bacay’s women and child welfare society (BWCWS) has informed that the office has been shifted from 4th mile Diphupar village to Longritong colony Padumpukhuri Woodstook school complex 1st floor Dimapur.
DDGWTU general meeting
DIMAPUR: Dimapur district garage welfare trade union (DDGWTU) has convened a general meeting on September 25, 10 am at its registered office, Purana bazaar, near Pentecost Church. All the garage owners, employers and employees have been requested to attend the meeting.
Sterilization camp held at Mangkolemba
DIMAPUR: RCH sterilization camp was conducted at Mangkolemba CHC, Mokokchung on September 18, organized by the department of Health and Family Welfare. The medical team was led by Dr. Ademla, IMDH, Dr. Ayangla, IMDH and Dr. Temsumenla IMDH, assisted by nurses and OT assistant. Altogether there were 18 beneficiaries. The beneficiaries were given incentives and free medicines were also provided. Meanwhile HCMC Mangkolemba expressed gratitude to the department of health and family welfare and medical officers, IMDH for conducting the camp.
GPRN/NSCN terminates one
DIMAPUR: Secretary to GPRN/NSCN Vikheto Kiba has issued termination order of Akavi Zhimomi, office assistant I in the central secretariat, son of Punukhu Zhimomi of Zungti Village, Sumi Region for repeatedly exhibiting indiscipline despite several warnings. MIP, GPRN/NSCN also stated Akavi was terminated from national service with immediate effect since he had chosen the wrong path not conforming with the national Yehzabo.

 
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