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Published on 28 Oct. 2010 12:04 AM IST
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CSC executive meeting
DIMAPUR: Changkikong Students’ Conference (CSC) has convened an executive meeting on October 30, 10am at the residence of its treasurer Dr. Temsu Ozukum Dimapur. All executives, secretaries and senior executives have been requested to attend the meeting.
PCC silver jubilee
DIMAPUR: Nagaland governor Nikhil Kumar would grace the 25 years silver jubilee celebration of Public College of Commerce (PCC) Dimapur on October 29 at IMC Hall Dimapur. Nagaland University vice chancellor Prof. K. Kannan and Dibrugarh University commerce department Prof. ARM Rehman will be guest of honour and special guest of the occasion respectively.
KBAN pastors’ conference
DIMAPUR: Kuki Baptist Association Nagaland (KBAN) pastors’ fellowship will hold its conference on October 29 at KBC Saijang. All pastors and assistant pastors of KBA churches have been requested to attend the programme.
KDCC executive meeting
DIMAPUR: Kohima District Congress Committee (KDCC) has convened an executive meeting on November 3, 11am at its office, Congress Bhavan Kohima. All DCC office bearers, ACCC president and frontal chief have been requested to attend the meeting.
Music festival
DIMAPUR: Youth Association Wokha would be organising a music festival in aid of free coaching for HSLC students on December 21 at DBHSS auditorium.
Mao Council meeting
DIMAPUR: Mao Council would be organizing a consultative meeting on October 29 and 30 at Tadubi Community Hall from 11 am to 4 pm.
The meeting with political leaders, social workers, intellectuals, officers (retired and working), mission workers and various frontal organizations of Mao community would deliberate on present situation of political, economic, education and social life of the Mao (Ememei) Society President Mao Council O. Lohrii informed that open discussion would be a part of the meeting for which all members have been informed to contribute views for betterment of the society.
KMC on butchers duping customers
DIMAPUR: Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) reacting to the report on butchers duping customers in Kohima issued by Nagaland Voluntary Consumers Association has clarified that KMC did not receive any official complaint from the party relating with the issue. KMC administrator Alun Hangsing in a press note appealed to all general public to report any complaints or raise queries relating to municipality to KMC office or to call at 0370-2290316/2290317 at office hours for timely action.
Forms for HSSLC examination 2011
DIMAPUR: HSSLC (OC) 2009-10 batch (regular repeaters) candidates of Kohima College have been asked to fill up forms for HSSLC examination 2011 from November 1 to 3 during office hours. Principal C. Khalong Ao has informed students to submit last HSSLC admit cards and marksheet in original and one recent 4x5 passport photo.
CUD annual general meeting
DIMAPUR: Chang Union Dimapur (CUD) has convened its annual general meeting on October 30, 10 am at the residence of union treasurer.
Training for special revision of ERs
DIMAPUR: Training for existing BLOs, supervisory officers, AEROs and other administrative officers for conduct of special revision of electoral rolls will be held on October 28 at Zonal Council Hall Kohima from 9am onwards. The training would be imparted by DC and DEO, ADC headquarter and ERO, assistant chief electoral officer Nagaland, AEO and AERO Kohima. DC and DEO Kohima Bei-u Angami has informed responsible officials to attend the training and collect necessary materials.
ASSA meeting
DIMAPUR: Aqahuto area sports association (ASSA) has convened a general meeting on November 2 at 9:30am at Ghowoto village. All advisors, team captain, and team general secretary have been requested to attend the meeting.
NADA caution quacks
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Ayush Doctors’ Association (NADA) has cautioned all quacks to refrain from setting up treatment centers projecting themselves as ayurvedic, homeopathy, unani, siddha or naturopathy doctors. The association has further asked the public to insist on relevant certificates before undertaking treatment from such doctors. For any queries or incase of encounters with these quacks one may contact Dr. Avika-9436419019, Dr. Shasinlo-9436822345, Dr. Tohugha-9436263088.
Seminar on ‘Leadership Biblical Style’
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) would be organizing a leadership programme on leaders arise ‘Leadership Biblical Style’ on October 29 at Hotel Tragopan, Dimapur at 10am. Coordinator, Global Indigenous Prayer Network Australia, Rev. Luoliehu Yimsong, would be the resource person of the programme. Er. K. Keditsu, Chief Advisor, DMC would conduct the introduction of resource person and participants while Rev. N. Paphino will deliver the invocation prayer. All members of present DMC Advisory committee, former DMC members, and office bearers of Naga Council, Dimapur, Naga Women Hoho, Dimapur and Dimapur Naga Students’ Union have been invited to attend the programme.
Motorist succumbs to injury
KOHIMA, OCT 27 (NPN): A motorist was critically injured when he fell into the stream about 50 feet below the bridge near the bridge below Japfu Christian College, Kigwema Wednesday afternoon. The motorist whose identity was yet to be ascertained was reportedly driving a Yamaha bike with Meghalaya Registration number. He was found in a semi conscious state by other commuters of the highway who rescued him and sent him to Naga Hospital Kohima. He was admitted in ICU and later succumbed to injuries on Wednesday evening. According to sources, the injured reportedly in a semi conscious state, revealed to the rescuer that his name was Sandeep (Nepali) and was a resident of Mohankhola, Kohima. However, police could not ascertain the identity of the injured as no relatives had so far turned up at the Hospital till the filing of this report. (Correspondent)
‘Back to the Roots’ meet at Tseminyu
KOHIMA: The second phase of sensitization on the theme “Back to the Roots” for Tseminyu division was held on October 26 at Dobashi conference hall, ADC office Tseminyu. The visiting team was led by Ketoho Luho, ADC Planning and the meet attended by village chairmen, VDB secretaries and leaders. Ketoho Luho gave a detailed concept and yearlong action plan of DPDB Kohima, and stated that the new concept was to invite resource person from each village who can envision the future and suggest remedial measures for their villages. Leaders at the gathering gave their approval on the new concept for development of the villages. During the meet, all villages were directed to constitute Village Vision Cell (VVC) and submit their models to the sub-committees headed by Area Administrative officers who will shortlist the best three to be sent to DPDB. The board also earmarked attractive award for the best cell in each assembly constituency during the current year.
Tsungiki village revokes ultimatum
DIMAPUR: Tsungiki village has revoked the ultimatum issued to education department as per Tsungiki village council (TVC) resolution on October 10. A press note issued by 7 signatories stated that as per TVC resolution, all educational institutions (GMS Tsungiki/GPS ‘A’ and GPS Tsungiki ‘B’) in Tsungiki village were earlier in danger of being closed, coupled with indefinite blockade along NH 61 from Chukitong to Lotha Bridge Doyang in the event of the department not revoking the transfer along with post of M. Benchumlo Humtsoe (G/T) from GMS Tsungiki within 15 days. However, the signatories stated the decision has been deferred due to revocation of transfer along with post of teacher by DIS Wokha as informed by DIS in this local daily on October 27. The signatories appreciated DIS Wokha for showing concern for welfare of village school-going children by accepting its demand and revoking the transfer order.
NSUD elects office bearers
DIMAPUR: Northern Sumi union Dimapur (NSUD) has elected new team of office bearers for the session 2010-12 on October 10 with V. Hezhekhu Chophy as president; Nihovi Zhimo and Pukhato Shohe as vice presidents; and K.Himahito Chishi as general secretary besides three other office bearers.
NYO Diphupar ‘B’ new office bearers
DIMAPUR: Naga youth organization (NYO) Diphupar ‘B’ has elected its new office bearers for the tenure 2010-13 on September 10 with Albert Jami as president; Anito Shohe as vice president; and Lunso Yim as general secretary among other five office bearers.
NCSU condoles
DIMAPUR: Nagaland contractors’ and suppliers’ union (NCSU) head office Kohima has mourned the demise of one of its members, Pilamo Ngullie on October 26. NCSU also expressed condolences to the bereaved family members.
Book on ‘Messages for the youth’
DIMAPUR: The first part of the three part series of ‘Messages for the Youth’ would be launched at Kohima on October 29. Each of the three series comprises of 15 lessons. Authored by Noel Manuel the book explains 15 powerful principles to assist youth in making the right choices in life. The book is published by Dimensions Publishing and dedicated to every youth across the globe. The book has been accepted by the Raja Rammohun Roy Library Foundation (RRRLF) Kolkata through the department of Art & Culture, government of Nagaland. Meanwhile, another book ‘Voices of the People’ a book comprising of 24 poems of poets from across the Northeast and edited by Noel Manuel has also been accepted by the department & foundation and would be released simultaneously on the day. Both books would be released in Kolkata in November 2010.

 
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