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Published on 18 Oct. 2010 12:07 AM IST
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BHS Wokha to
celebrate 25th anniv
DIMAPUR: Managing faculty, teachers and students of Bethel High School,(BHS) Wokha has extended invitation to all past pupils, parents, friends and well wishers to attend the 25th anniversary celebration programme of the school on October 20, 10:30 a.m at the school premises. Prgoramme committee informed that MLA K. Hollohon and DC Wokha Rovilator Mor would be attending the programme as the chief guest and guest of honour respectively.
Aggrieved teachers
DIMAPUR: The convening body of Niuland aggrieved teachers has convened a meeting on October 18, 3 pm at ISBT Dimapur. All the seventy petitioners have been requested to attend the meeting.
NCPF meeting
DIMAPUR: Nagaland college principal’s forum (NCPF) has convened a general meeting on October 26, 10 am at Tetso College, with the agenda of formal merger of Nagaland private college principals association with Nagaland college principal’s forum, implementation of 6th ROP and grant-in-aid.
MBWB meeting
KOHIMA: General meeting of Middle Bayavü Hill Welfare Board (MBWB) colony has been convened on October 18 at 3.30 pm at Bayavü High School Kohima to discuss the following agendas – discussion of agendas concerning the welfare of the colony and election of new office bearers of Middle Bayavü Welfare Board and youth organization officer bearers for the tenure 2010-2013. MBWB General Secretary Neituo Huozha has requested all office bearers and households in the colony to attend the meeting.
on absence of govt staff, pitiable road in Wka
DIMAPUR: The general public of Wokha while lauding the government and department of health and family welfare for constructing trauma centre and district diagnostic centre in Wokha town has stated that the buildings though constructed long ago has been wearing a deserted look. Senior citizen and social worker Rikhyo K. Lotha in a press release stated that there was no employee working in both the centres. The senior citizen has urged state government to depute staff so that the centres would be functional and the public could receive medical treatment instead of going other places.Meanwhile, drawing attention of state government, the senior citizen also highlighted that the road from Wokha town police point to district hospital was in a deplorable condition and the commuters especially patients taking the road towards the hospital have been facing untold hardships. The public of Wokha town has requested PWD (Road and Bridges) to maintain the hospital road for public safety.

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