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Nov 17:
Published on 17 Nov. 2010 10:31 PM IST
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Dmu public meeting
DIMAPUR: A public meeting of Dimapur has been convened on November 22 at Naga Council Dimapur (NCD) office at 12 noon. Naga Council Dimapur (NCD) president Savi Liegise has informed that the meeting would discuss various urgent public matters for Dimapur as raised by various concerned citizens.
NCD councilors, all tribal presidents/secretaries, Women Hoho president, secretary and members, DNSU president and executives, various Dimapur-based GB/DB leaders, seniors, Dimapur citizens and public well wishers have been requested to attend the meeting.
CLCSUD meeting
DIMAPUR: City Law College Students’ Union Dimapur (CLCSUD) has convened a general meeting on November 19 in the college campus at 11:30am.
PUK meeting
DIMAPUR: Phom Union Kohima (PUK) would hold 24th annual general meeting on November 20 at conference hall, Red Cross building, P. R. Hill Kohima at 9:30am. Secretary NPF Nagaland, B.Bangtick would be the guest speaker. All Phoms residing in Kohima have been informed to attend the meeting.
AYO executive meet
KOHIMA: Angami Youth Organization (AYO) has convened an executive meeting on November 20, 10am at APO Building, Kohima. All the executive members of the organization and presidents of the regional units along with three members each have been requested to attend the meeting.
Meluri citizenship meeting
DIMAPUR: Meluri Area Public Organisation (MAPO) has informed all citizens of Meluri that Meluri citizenship meeting would be held on December 28 and 29 at Village Council Hall. Informing the citizens to attend the meeting, MAPO cautioned that it would initiate appropriate action against those who fail to attend the meeting.
WTCU meeting re-scheduled
DIMAPUR: Wokha Town Colonies Union (WTCU) meeting has been re-scheduled on November 20 at LTC hall at 10:30 am. WTCU informed that this move was made keeping in mind the thin attendance in its earlier meeting. The next meet has been convened to discuss matters relating to public gas distribution and FPS price hike by unauthorized union of Wokha. Every colony chairman, secretary, and GBs have been requested to attend the meeting.
PGSSU freshers’ meet
DIMAPUR: The Post Graduate Sumi Student Union (PGSSU), Nagaland University Campus Kohima would conduct its 8th freshers’ meet cum social gathering on November 19, 2pm at Red Cross complex, Kohima. Hutoli H.Yepthomi would be the chief guest. All members of PGSSU have been requested to reach the venue before 1:30pm.
Interview for security post at NU
DIMAPUR: State home department Rajya Sainik Board has informed all ex-servicemen who submitted their names for security post at Nagaland University Lumami to report to NU Lumami on November 19, 9 am for interview. Candidates have been requested to bring along all relevant documents and six PP photographs. Candidates have also been informed to contact Lumami security officer at 9436016642 for further details.
EKUB (M) general session
DIMAPUR: General session of Easter Konyak Union branch (Myanmar) (EKUB) (M) would be held from November 19 to 21 at Lakho village.
Doyang fish for sale
DIMAPUR: Fresh Doyang fish would be on sale on November 18 at PR Hill Junction, Kohima. Department of fisheries, Kohima, Nagaland has informed public to avail the opportunity as the department envisage selling the fish at a nominal rate.
HIV and AIDS campaign
DIMAPUR: NNP+ and the Network of Kohima District People Living with HIV and AIDS (KNP+) with the support from LFA-UNAIDS would conduct advocacy campaign on HIV and AIDS with the key stakeholders on November 19 at Chiephobouzou Sub Division under the theme “Together we can !”. Neiphiu Rio, chief minister, would be the guest speaker.
IRCS Dimapur special meet
DIMAPUR: All patrons, vice-patrons, committee members and life members of Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS), Dimapur branch have been requested to attend a special meeting on November 20, 11am at Dimapur District Rehabilitation Centre (DDRC), Dimapur Hospital (Civil Hospital) campus.
Rotary Club distribute relief materials
DIMAPUR: Rotary Club of Dimapur on November 14along with its youth wing Rotaract Club of Dimapur jointly distributed blankets, rice and clothes as relief materials to the fire victims of Ghorapatti, Zakiesatho Colony fire victims of November 11.
DSTK condemns assault
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Satakha Tokukujo Kuposhukulu (DSTK) has condemned the incident of November 13 where one of its members Proprietor, Music planet, Tokiye Sumi of Nunumi village was manhandled at the behest of deputy Kilonser, GPRN/NSCN. DSTK, in a release urged the competent authority to book the culprit as per the law and has further appealed GPRN/NSCS to take action at the earliest.
Interview for teachers
DIMAPUR: Directorate of school education has informed that time and venue for interview of teachers who appeared for suitability test on November 13 would be notified through media and not as notified earlier in local dailies.
ESSH, Kiphire general session
DIMAPUR: Eastern Sumi Sub-Hoho (ESSH) would conduct a public general meeting on November 24 at Seyochung town at 10 am. ESSH informed that meeting with Hoho executive, KDSSU, KDSKH Kiphire, Sumi union Kohima, Dimapur officials would be held on November 23 evening. All Hoho executives, ex-officio, village representatives, KDSSU, KDSKH, officers, H/GB, GBs, VCC, VDB chairman and secretary, members, KDSUD, KDSUK public leaders, leaders of all political parties, Sumi NGOs, Church leaders ,elders, and all Sumis of the district have been requested to attend the meeting.
NUDAWS social work-cum-fund raising
DIMAPUR: Naghutomi Union Dimapur Area Welfare Society (NUDAWS) had organised social work-cum-fund raising on November 16 at the cornfield of MLA and former chief minister, K.L Chishi. The drive was conducted in aid of award for meritorious students of HSLC and HSSLC level examination for the year 2010-11 where 117 members participated. NUDAWS further conveyed gratitude to the host for their generous contribution and feast.
SASRD celebrates annual school week
DIMAPUR: School of Agriculture Science and Rural Development (SASRD), Nagaland University celebrated 17th annual school week from November 8 to 12. The school week was organised by the students’ union of SASRD comprising of sports and cultural activities. The inaugural function was graced by BDO, Medziphema Taliyanger as chief guest and the prizes of various competitions were given away by the Dean, SASRD. SASRD has conveyed gratitude to 20 Assam Rifles for their assistance during the event.
UBCA, NEI annual conference
DIMAPUR: United Baptist Churches Association, North East India (UBCA, NEI) has informed that the 2nd annual conference would be held on December 2 and 3 at UBC Balijan, near LRC Dimapur. Speakers for the conference are UBCA Rev. Y. T. Lotha, general secretary UBCA Rev. L. Hevuto Awomi, Mission secretary UBCA Rev. Dr. N. Khashito Aye, and finance secretary UBCA pastor Lumtsuo Ezung. UBCA, NEI further informed that MLA K.Hollohon and CMO Dimapur Dr.Sukhato Wotsa would exhort the gathering. All Churches under UBCA have been requested to attend the conference.
SDAO Tening conducts training
DIMAPUR: Training on oilseeds/pulses was held at Tening under Sub-divisional Agricultural Officer (SDAO), N.Henry Zeliang on November 16. Resource persons were Hingbam Zeliang AFA and Peusuisile Liegise AFA where 60 farmers attended the training. SDAO further informed that free seeds and other inputs were distributed to the trainees.
VCTBV veterinary camp
DIMAPUR: Mobile Field Veterinary Hospital commanded by Lt.Col SS Balaje, under the aegis of 3 corps, Rangapahar conducted a veterinary camp on November 16 at Tseiese Basa. More than 1500 livestock were given free treatment/de-worming/vaccination, led by Captain Vikas Sharma and three other veterinary assistants. Free medicines, vitamins, and supplements to livestock owners were also distributed on the occasion. While thanking the army personnel for their efforts in helping the villagers, chairman VCTBV expressed hope that such camps would be conducted even in the future.
Pimla village new head GB
DIMAPUR: As per hereditary Sumi customary law, Dohoi Swu, son of late Pimla, founder Pimla village has been appointed as the new village head GB on October 1. Informing this in a press release, the new head GB has requested government officials and NGOs to correspond through him, and further notified that selling and purchasing of land at Pimla village has been banned.
Community hall at Sheanghah Tangten
DIMAPUR: Community Hall constructed under BRGF was also inaugurated on November 13 at Sheanghah Tangten village. The project director was accompanied by BDO Phomching, president VDB association Mon district and other officials. Various programmes of the department were highlighted by project director and urged the villagers to make good use of the facilities provided by the department.
Muslim welfare society grateful
DIMAPUR: Muslim Welfare Society, (MWS) Kohima has conveyed Eid Al- Adha (Festival of sacrifice) greetings to the Muslim community. MWS general secretary Jamal Uddin and president N. Talukdar in a press release highlighted that along with the rest of the world the trials and triumphs of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) was being remembered and commemorated on this auspicious day. The society while wishing peace and prosperity for Nagaland and its people expressed gratitude to Kohima police and administration and CO of 16 AR for providing the ground for offering Namaz and smooth conduct of the ceremony.
SCC career guidance programme
DIMAPUR: Career and guidance cell, Sao Chang College (SCC), Tuensang, in collaboration with Educo Vision Nagaland (EVN) had organised a career guidance programme on November 10. Resource persons for the formal and technical sessions were Consultant member,EVN, Dr.Temjen Jamir; Dr. A. Paul, Neken Jamir, Dr. Santosh singh, Lal Veda Chandra Kumar, Longtichang from Arts; and Chubazenba, Longshen, KK Chim, Aosenla Soyah, Dipak Nath from Science respectively. The programme was participated by about 120 students.
TVBC holds 34th thanksgiving programme
DIMAPUR: Tuensang Village Baptist Church (TVBC) held its 34th thanksgiving programme on November 14 with BDO Sangsangyu RD block Tuensang A. Antimang Chang as guest of honour. TVBC has thanked the guest of honour, president and colleagues CKS, TVCU, TVSU and BYE, SDO (irrigation & flood control) Dimapur Er. T. Chingmak, PWD (R&B) Tuensang SO S. Among, head GBs, village council chairman and members and TVBC members for their support towards the programme.
KKD on new road connection
DIMAPUR: Kichilimi Kuqhakulu Dimapur (KKD) chairman Ihoshe Kinny has informed that the road connecting Usutomi village and Kichilimi village has been constructed under NREGS for vehicles to ply in the neighbouring villages. KKD has further expressed gratitude to Usutomi village for their help and co-operation in the construction of the road.
Pardhan bade farewell
DIMAPUR: A farewell programme was hosted by Gorkha Elders Forum, (GEF) Dimapur on November 14 at Café Destination Dimapur to bid farewell to L.B Pardhan, chief manager, SBI, Main Branch Dimapur and also the advisor of GEFD. Arthur Edwards delivered the appreciation note, A.K Rai (NCS), the advisor of GEF in his speech lauded the priceless contribution of L.B Pardhan in various social works, especially in formation of GEFD. L.B Pardhan in his speech wished the best to Gorkha society and GEFD and assured to extend his support in future.
Farmers’ trg at Kiphire
DIMAPUR: Farmers training on oil seeds, cereals, pulses, and winter seeds distribution under seed village Kiphire district was conducted at Kiphire HQ on November 16. The training was organized by department of Agriculture, conducted under chairmanship of SDAO, Kiphire Kiyevi Ayemi. Resource persons were Zhavisier Angami, Setsuba Sangtam and Yangkhumong Tikhir AFAS. According to SDAO, the seed villages under Kiphire include Chomi, Longmatra and New Risethsi.

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