Power dept on restoration of power supply
DIMAPUR: Chief engineer, department of power has expressed gratitude to the consumers of Kohima district, administration landowners and Jotsoma village council for their co-operation in restoring power supply in Kohima and Wokha. It may be mentioned that power supply was disrupted in Kohima and Wokha from September 10 due to damage of 132kV power transmission tower by landslide at KMC dumping area near Kohima town. The department stated that thought the department has taken up the work on the war footing, normal power supply could be restored only on September 16, 6.10 pm due to inclement weather and difficult working condition with continuous mud slide.
DIU health care camp
DIMAPUR: Disease investigation unit (DIU) veterinary & AH Dimapur along with 14 MFVH, Rangapahar Dimapur would be organizing health care camp on September 30, 9 am onwards at Aoyimsen, Aokhel, Ao Kashiram, Nepali Kashiram, Rilan and industrial estate. All villagers and public have been requested to avail the free treatment and vaccination.
Dimapur: District education officer Dimapur, Asono Ndang, has informed all headmistress, headmaster and head teachers of both government and private schools under Dimapur and Chumukedima to attend the sterilization programme on Japanese encephalitis on September 29, 9 am at district hospital chapel hall.
KWC foundation day
DIMAPUR: Kids worship centre (KWC) ministry would be celebrating its 5th foundation day on October 9, 3 pm at Lotha Hoho-ki, DC court junction Dimapur. Moangwati Aier and some other dignitaries would be the chief guest and guest of honor respectively.
Wokha business establishments informed
DIMAPUR: Administrator, Wokha Town Council (WTC) has notified all shopkeepers and business establishment of Wokha town that there was no shortage of essential communities in Wokha town. The administrators also informed that there should be no estimation or hike of essential commodities whatsoever, even if eco-blockage of vehicles from Assam is imposed. It cautioned that defaulters found escalating prices of essential commodities would be penalised or fined `2000/- as per Municipal Act 2001.
LPG gas home delivery rate revised
DIMAPUR: As resolved in a meeting held between Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) and LPG Gas agencies under the jurisdiction of DMC, the DMC, in the interest of the public, has asked all LPG Gas agencies under its jurisdiction to resume home delivery of domestic LPG Gas in their respective colonies and areas with immediate effect. DMC has also revised the rate of LPG gas home delivery at `385 per cylinder. However, counter delivery rate would remain same as existing. For further information, consumers have been requested to contact their respective gas agencies.
Wokha DPDB meeting preponed
DIMAPUR: Monthly DPDB meeting of Wokha district for the month of October has been preponed to September 30, 11 am at tourist village Riphyim old. The deputy commissioner, Wokha has requested all the DPDB members to attend the meeting.
JVSA literary competition
DIMAPUR: Jalukie Valley School Association (JVSA) inter-school literary competition closing ceremony was held on September 24 at GHSS ground with Iherie Ndang S.P. Peren as chief guest. Around 4000 students from 20 schools participated in the programme along with their teachers. The chief guest also gave away the prizes to the winners. JVSA also informed those schools who are yet submit membership fees for the year 2010 to clear it at the earliest.
SCW meeting held
DIMAPUR: Sumi community Wokha held a general meeting on October 24 and unanimously elected office bearers for the session 2010-2013 with Khehoto Awomi as chairman, Yetovi Sumi as vice-chairman, Itokhu Achumi as general secretary, Khuniho Aye as joint secretary, Xuvihe Chopy as treasurer along with four advisors.