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Published on 7 Nov. 2010 12:22 AM IST
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YAWD 3rd executive meeting
DIMAPUR: Third executive meeting of Youth Association of Wokha District (YAWD) has been convened on November 8, 2pm at the residence of Eshenthung Ngullie, organising secretary at Wokha town.
‘Right Sight’ bulletin launched
DIMAPUR: Maple society has launched a bulletin ‘Right Sight’ to create awareness about various jobs and trainings, and to get up-to-date information. Secretary of Maple society, Ren James said the society aimed to expand the initiative in the adjoining jurisdiction of Chumukedima township in future. The organization further hoped to partner with like minded agencies such as government and private in order to extend meaningful service which would benefit the youth. The organization can be contacted though email at [email protected]
PCF on preserving bio-diversity
DIMAPUR: Phek Collegiate Forum (PCF) conducted a seminar on November 2 at Phek community hall. PCF during the meet adopted resolution to protect and preserve the depleting indigenous forest land and bio-diversity. PCF further decided to ban deforestation within Phekmi jurisdiction; to uphold unity and solidarity; and to continue to extend its support to Kuzholuzo Nienu in the forthcoming election.
DCC lauds administration
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Chamber of Commerce, while wishing the people of Nagaland, ‘Happy Diwali’, has thanked the police, district administration and state government for their cooperation and support in celebrating the festival in a peaceful atmosphere.
The DCC expressed gratitude to police department for providing security in and around Dimapur town and also appreciated all organisation and people of the district for the concern towards celebration of Diwali.
JTYO flays excise department
DIMAPUR: Jalukie Town Youth Organization (JTYO) has condemned the excise department Peren district for illegally collecting tax from those selling liquor at Jalukie town and allowing them to run business at Jalukie town by issuing a permit of three months per vendor.
Hailamsong, president, Jalukie Town Youth Organisation in a press statement questioned the department whether the officials were authorized to issue written or verbal license to ban liquor dealers at Jalukie.
Jalukie Town Youth Organization also questioned the integrity of the department stating it was “growing cheaper each day” and accused them of encouraging prohibited business directly or indirectly in the area.
ENSUM supports ENSF’s ultimatum to contractors
DIMAPUR: Eastern Nagaland Students’ Union Mokokchung (ENSUM) has extended support to the stand made by ENSF in serving ultimatum to contractors/firms executing 1st phase and 2nd phase road construction on NH-202 to resume works within November 10.
ENSUM president C.M. Enyu Phom and information and publicity secretary, S.Yatao Konyak taking into account the problems faced by eastern people of Nagaland pertaining to poor road connectivity and in support of the ENSF stand further urged the assigned contractors/firms to start the work within stipulated time for the welfare of the eastern area.
Tech Aura 2010 open beat contest
DIMAPUR: SETAM engineering student council (SESC) would be organizing an open beat contest on November 13. 15 bands would be participating based on first come first basis with registration fee of Rs.1500. Interested bands have been requested to register on or before November 10. Registration forms would be available at college (SETAM) near DC Court junction. Cash prizes for the winner would be Rs.20000 while the runner up prize would be Rs.10000 and Rs.1000 for individual prizes.

 
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