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Published on 29 Nov. 2010 12:06 AM IST
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‘World Aids Day’ in Longleng
DIMAPUR: Joining with the rest of the world, Yingli Mission Society in partnership with PBCA is organizing ‘World Aids Day’ on December 1 under the theme ‘Prevent yourself and others from HIV’ at Lempong Convention Hall, Longleng. Deputy commissioner, Nihekhu Sema would be the guest of honor. The day would be marked with carrom competition, display of banners, and distribution of IEC materials, debate, slogans and song performance from various old bands of Longleng.
CSU 3rd union assembly
DIMAPUR: Chakhesang students’ union (CSU) 3rd union assembly has been convened on November 30, 11am at Dzukou conference hall, Hotel Japfü, Kohima. Two representatives from all affiliated units/subordinate bodies, seniors and intellectuals have been requested to attend the assembly.
Training held on census 2011 at Mon
DIMAPUR: District level training for charge officers for census 2011 (2nd Phase) was held at deputy commissioner’s conference hall, Mon on November 28. Welcome address was delivered by Sarah R. Ritse, additional deputy commissioner, Mon and introduction of the Phase-II Census 2011 by T. Noksang Imchen, ADCO. The resource persons D. Sharma, M. Peseyie and Surajit Dey gave a power point presentation on the instruction manual for updating of abridged house list and filling up of the household schedule.
SSOW 3rd session concludes
DIMAPUR: The 3rd session of Shekinah School of Worship (SSOW) which began on November 8 concluded on November 26 at the GCYM centre Sovima village. Overseas resource person consisted of Jackie Pullinger and her team from Hong kong. SSOW is all about inner healing, intimacy with God and hearing God’s voice when we, as a Church come together in worship as in 1 Cor 14:26. Many of the attendees testified of experiencing a higher level of worship for the first time. The 4th session would be conducted in the month of March 2011.
THN emergency meeting
DIMAPUR: Emergency body meeting of Tangkhul Hoho Nagaland (THN) has been convened December 1, 10.30 am at the residence of its president at Diphupar. All members/unit members stationed at different districts of Nagaland have been requested to attend the meeting.
NASU on Christmas Bazaar
KOHIMA: Northern Angami Students’ Union (NASU) has informed that the last date submission of forms for this year Christmas Bazaar will be November 30 next and the registration fee will be Rs.100. In this regard, NASU has requested all interested firm or society to collect the forms from NASU office at NAPO Building, Keziekie, Kohima between 11 am to 1 pm or at M/s.Hill Book Store near NSF Office Kohima or contact Keduoneizo Zumvü at 9615245246 for any further detail.
Inter-ward competition result
KOHIMA: The result of the decorations of respective wards/colonies for inter-ward competition would be announced on November 30 by minister for urban development and higher education Dr. Shurhozelie Liezietsu from KMC inter-ward at Zonal Council Hall at 4 pm.
SKK union assembly
DIMAPUR: The 3rd union assembly of All Sumi Students’ Union (SKK) would be held on November 30, 11 am at Youth Hall, Old Town, Zunheboto hosted by Zunheboto Range Students’ Union. All tribunals, former leaders, elders and all the unit president, secretary, general and representative of SKK have been requested to attend the programme.
Forest department clarifies
DIMAPUR: Chief conservator of forests Kohima I Panger Jamir has clarified the report on “State yet to harness potential of forest” published in this local daily on November 28 that forest department received Rs.17.32 crores only under the TFC for augmentation of forest and conservation in the state, and not Rs.70.32 crores as published.
Board exam, ANSTA session held at Tobu
DIMAPUR: The board examination of class 4 under DIS Tobu was conducted peacefully from November 18 to 25 at Tobu headquarter. A total of 230 students appeared the exam out of 260 candidates. ANSTA Tobu unit expressed gratitude to Pur Jamir, DIS Tobu, board chairman, S. Panglem SIS, EBRC persons, administrative officials and TASU for the service rendered in guiding the students throughout the exam and further hoped the same spirit of solidarity and co-operation would continue even in the days to come. Meanwhile, the 16th session of ANSTA Tobu unit was held on November 24 at Tobu on the theme “Teaching is a mission”. Eighty executive members and nine pensioners besides other representatives participated in the session. In the function, Tuhba president ANSTA Tobu unit appealed the staff and teachers to perform the assigned duties with dedication and sincerity for the welfare of the students and office establishment. DIS, SIS and Nyamnyei President TASU also spoke at the session.
TSUD condemn Wapher incident
DIMAPUR: Tikhir Students’ Union Dimapur (TSUD) has condemned November 9 incident at Wapher wherein 3rd NAP personnel allegedly harassed some students who were returning from Thonoknyu. A joint press release issued by TSUD president Apollo and general secretary Pongkhumong while flaying the act of 3rd NAP personnel, pointed out that there was no official designated camp at Wapher village or in its area and questioned as to why the personnel had been stationed there. TSUD also informed that it has resolved to stand by the demand of its apex body- Tikhir Students’ Union, regarding the incident.
CSUTT bans liquor, guthka, expired goods
DIMAPUR: Chang Students’ Union Tuensang Town (CSUTT) has informed that it would ban sale of talab, liquor, expired goods and unauthorized foreign goods in and around Tuensang town. Cautioning business establishments, transport departments and unions not to indulge in selling, hoarding and carrying of those “illegal” items, union stated that errant persons would be dealt with as per its resolutions.
Cancer awareness campaign in Kma
DIMAPUR: Crusaders Club of Kohima Ao Baptist Church, youth department successfully concluded series of cancer awareness campaign on Saturday. The program concluded with a walk from PHQ to Old MLA junction and thereafter a closing ceremony service at KABA main Church. The Club also expressed gratitude to Dr. V. Khamo, principal investigator, Dr. Khotso Kapfo, research scientist and their team from Population Based Cancer Registry, Naga Hospital Authority Kohima for contributing towards to the cause.
veterinary camp
DIMAPUR: The 14 mobile field veterinary hospital conducted a veterinary camp where total of 1715 animals were treated at Chukitong village 1319 animals at Tophima vill, 1486 animals at Tesima Basa.
Animals included cattle’s, sheep, goats, dogs, pigs, cats, poultry and ducks which were treated, de-wormed, vaccinated during the camp. The veterinary officers also answered the queries of locals about livestock management and care. The people of the area expressed their gratitude to IGAR (N) and HQ 3 Corps for organizing the veterinary camp.

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