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Sept 28:
Published on 29 Sep. 2010 12:30 AM IST
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Trading of agri commodities in Mon
DIMAPUR: Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC), Mon has notified that trading with agricultural commodities should be done after obtaining proper licence from APMC, Mon. Chairman, APMC Mon, S. Khongam Salim, stated that any person found illegally dealing would be dealt seriously with legal actions as per the provision of section 55 and 87 of the Nagaland State Agricultural Produce Market Act 2005.
NDWAW general meeting
DIMAPUR: General meeting of Nagaland Field Workers’ Association, (NDWAW) Wokha has been convened on October 8, 10 am LTC Hall Wokha Town. All meter reader & B/A has been requested to attend the meeting to deliberate on orientation of revenue programme in the year 2010 and 2011 for the favour of the power department.
NTTU meeting postponed
DIMAPUR: The proposed emergency meeting of all timber traders and dealers scheduled on September 30 at Hotel Saramati at 10.30 am, has been postponed to October 8 due to unavoidable circumstances, informed the Nagaland Timber Traders Union (NTTU). NTTU in a press release regretted the inconvenience caused due to the change in schedule.
Free Health Camp at Jalukie Town
DIMAPUR: One-day free Health Camp was conducted at Jalukie town on September 23 organized by ICICI Lombard in collaboration with District Industries Centre, Peren. Altogether 320 patient from in and around Jalukie town were given free medical treatment and medicines were provided free of cost. The Advisory Board, Jalukie Town Council has appreciated ICICI Lombard and DIC, Peren for organizing the health camp.
BJP treasurer Sethi completes 11 days fasting
DIMAPUR: BJP Nagaland state unit has informed that the state treasurer Bimal Sethi has completed 11days fasting without food and juice for peace and prosperity in Nagaland and for all round developmental activities. In this regard, BJP party workers have congratulated Sethi for his success. The programme was organised by Jain community from September 12 to 22. According to Lachit Kachari, secretary, BJP, the Jain community awarded appreciation certificate for Sethi’s achievement.
Nagamese hymn book release
DIMAPUR: Nagamese Hymn Book Committee of Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) has announced that Nagamese hymn book would be released on October 2, 10 am at Nagaland Missions Movement (NMM) office, 316 Fellowship Colony, Dimapur by Rev. Dr. L. Anjo Keikung, General Secretary, NBCC. The hymn book would be available for purchase in all the Churches around Dimapur and also at NMM office priced at `120 per copy.
HVC general meeting
DIMAPUR: Humtso Village Council (HVC) has convened a general meeting on October 5, 9 am at Humtso village. All Humtso village citizens have been requested to attend the meeting.
Mini cultural festival in Bengaluru
DIMAPUR: The Naga Students’ Union Bangalore (NSUB) and the forum of civil societies-organizations of Bangalore would be organizing a mini cultural festival in an attempt to celebrate and affirm the commonality of the Nagas as well as the commitment for the cause of peace. The festival would be held on October 2, at 10am at Resource Centre, St. Mark’s Cathedral, 1, St Marks Road, Bengaluru. The main highlights of the festival would be panel discussion on Naga issue, exhibitions and sale of arts and crafts, Naga ethnic food and cultural expressions.
One Maruti 800 car found
DIMAPUR: GPRN/NSCN union territory-I has informed that a light blue coloured Maruti 800 car bearing registration No.MNA-2797, Engine No.F8B-IN 317878 and Chasses No.SB 308-IN-233606, was found lying abandoned at Padumpukhuri junction, Dimapur. Rightful owner has been informed to produce original documents and driving license and claim the car, which is under the custody of union territory-I office GPRN/NSCN Khehoi designated camp, within seven days from publication of this notice.
ANCGA executive meeting
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Coconut Growers’ Association (ANCGA) has convened an executive meeting on October 9, 10.30 am at its association office, Darogapathar Dimapur. All executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
AAY food grains distribution
KOHIMA: All FPS/Village councils of Kohima centre have been informed that AAY food grains for two months will be released from September 30 to October 1 between 11 am to 3 pm. FPS/Village councils have been directed to collect it from their respective quota within the stipulated period.
Writer’s workshop in Dimapur
DIMAPUR: A programme on ‘Writer’s workshop’ would be held from October 5 to 16 at Circuit House, Dimapur. Associate professor language planning development, central institute of Indian languages, Mysore, Dr. Kapfo would be the key resource person. The training programme has been scheduled to prepare local text book for class two and three in 16 languages. DEO, DIS, LO’s and LA’s have been informed to bring study materials for class two and three at the workshop.
Essay writing competition in Longleng
DIMAPUR: As a part of the observation of Right to Information (RTI) Week in Longleng district, a college level essay writing competition would be held at Yingli College, Longleng on October 5, 9 am to 11 am on the topic on ‘RTI and good governance’ and ‘RTI and role of citizen (to choose anyone), with minimum 300 words. DC Mon, C.K Nihekhu Sema has informed interested college students under Longleng district to submit their names along with bio data, for confirmation of participation to Henshet Phom, vice principal, Yingli College Longleng and M. Shayung Phom, SDO (C), Longleng.
KDGBF membership collection
DIMAPUR: Kohima district GB federation (KDGBF) has informed all its members to pay the membership fee of Rs 100 along with xerox copy of GB appointment order and passport photo (2 nos) to Kohima district GB federation president or treasurer on or before November 30. For further information one may contact Zeneivi Chase (president) 9436070615 and Luo-o Kire (treasurer) 0370-2290679.
Dimensions ‘newsletter’
DIMAPUR: Dimensions Institute for Education & Research (DIER) will launch its first monthly newsletter ‘The Speakers’ Corner’ on October 5, at the Dimensions Naharbari Centre at 2pm.The newsletter will cover students’ activities, achievements of Dimensions, in-house activities of various Dimensions centers in the state, news related to Dimensions, views of the students, facts and knowledge on the English language, games, puzzles, etc.
DSSU freshers’ meet
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Sumi Students’ Union (DSSU) has informed all schools, colleges and colony to send volunteers on September 29, 10 am at Town Hall to prepare for freshers’ meet scheduled on September 30. The union has informed all representatives and participants of Mr. and Miss. Freshers to attend the function.
Grants for merit BT students
KOHIMA: Directorate of underdeveloped areas has announced a special grant for meritorious students of Chang, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Phom, Sangtam and Yimchungrü for the period 2009-10. Beneficiaries of the six backward tribes (BT) have been informed to collect the grants during office hours on or before October 30 with a photostat copy of school/college ID card duly attested by the head of institution where the student is presently studying; and a passport size photograph similar to the one already submitted by the students. Those students unable to come personally have been asked to submit authorization letter along with the required documents.

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