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Published on 23 Oct. 2010 10:47 PM IST
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CVC: Chenwetnyu village council (CVC) and general public have mourned the demise of P.E teacher GHS Chen, Wangton Konyak on October 1. CVC has conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members.
NSDYO: Nuiland sub-division youth organization (NSDYO) has expressed grief at the demise of head GB of Hovukhu village Khuwoto Shikhu on October 21. NSDYO has conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members.
NU Lumami: Head of department, faculty members and students of department of geography Nagaland University Lumami mourned the demise of its member Aben’s father. The faculty members and students in a condolence message conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and expressed hope that Almighty God grant them peace and solace at the time of bereavement.
BS&G: Zunheboto district Bharat Scouts and Guides have conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members of Lt. K. Peseyie, state chief commissioner of NSBSG, who passed away on October 12. The unit said that Lt. Peseyie was responsible for many achievements of Scouts and Guides fraternity in the state and under whose inspiration thousands were enrolled in the fraternity.
TSU: The Tsungiki Students’ Union has conveyed condolence to the family members of Lt.Z. Aron Ngullie who passed away on October 13. The union stated that Lt. Ngullie had contributed towards the students’ community and that his demise was a loss to the community.
JHSS: Jain Higher Secondary School (JHSS) Dimapur remained closed on October 22 on account of the death of its founding principal Karam Yaima Singh who passed away at his native place at Ward No. 1, Bishnupur Awang Leikai, Manipur on October 21. Dimapur Meitei Union (DMU) during an emergency meeting held on October 22 while condoling Yaima’s demise, described him as an active and sincere social worker who served Jain Higher Secondary School, Dimapur as founder principal. According to Vinod Khaba, secretary, Dimapur Meitei Union Yaima served Jain Higher Secondary School, Dimapur w.e.f. 1976 to June 16, 2007, and also served Dimapur Meitei union as president as well as adviser for a long time. He is survived by his wife, four sons and three daughters. Meanwhile, All Nagaland private schools association (ANPSA) Dimapur also mourned the demise of K Yaima Singh, founder member of ANPSA & ex-principal of SD Jain School. ANPSA Dimapur unit expressed condolence to the bereaved family.

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