US Consul general to grace Hornbill Festival
DIMAPUR: The Consul General (CG) at the US Consulate General Kolkata, Beth A. Payne will be gracing the inaugural function of the Hornbill Festival as state guest on December 1 at Kisama village.
RASU ban hunting, fishing
DIMAPUR: In an effort to protect the environment Ralan Area Students’ Union (RASU) has prohibited outsiders from hunting, fishing, collecting of firewood, bamboos etc., under its jurisdiction. RASU while cautioning violators to adhere to its resolution, also welcomed tourists and visitors to its area for picnic and other recreational activities, but with prior information to any of the village unions or the union.
GPKAU meet ing
DIMAPUR: Government Polytechnic Kohima Alumni Union (GPKAU) has elected its new team of office bearers with Imliwapang Tzudir as president, Vitolu Awomi as vice president, Atono Tsükrü as general secretary and Imsurenla as finance secretary. The new team would include 11 executive members and principal GPK Arjun Singh and lecturer Miachieo as advisors. Meanwhile, union has convened an executive meeting on November 27, 11 am at Government Polytechnic Kohima. Executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
KOHIMA: Excise duty party at check gate on Tuesday detected and seized 216 bottles of beer and 24 bottles of IMFL for a mini truck (Regd No NL-08-A-0896) under the possession of Akhro Chakhesang. In a release, superintendent of excise and prohibition, Kohima informed seized articles deposited in the Malkhana of excise superintendent, Kohima.
Dhansiri River awareness campaign
DIMAPUR: Dhansiri River Flood Control Board (DRFCB) would be organizing awareness campaign on December 3. Essay competition on the theme “Save our Dhansiri River” would also be held during the event. DRFCB has announced prize money of Rs.3000, Rs.2000, and Rs.1000 for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd winners respectively. All schools, colleges, and educational institutions have been requested to participate in the competition. The board has requested all to submit the essays on or before December 1 till 2pm at DRFCB office, Marketing complex 1st floor, Purana bazaar, east Dimapur.
NU B.Ed examination schedule: Nagaland University has informed that B.Ed examination 2010 would commence from December 2-15 at 10 am. Time and duration of the paper would be as indicated in the question paper.
ZB (AMN) ‘Dimki’ session: Zeliangrong Baudi (Assam, Manipur and Nagaland) will hold its Dimki session at Jiribam on November 30, 10am. Members have been informed to reach the venue by November 29. All members, committees, zonal, state and frontal organizations under ZB (AMN) have been requested to attend the meeting.
BSI to release ‘Nokte Naga’: Bible Society of India Dimapur Auxiliary would be releasing ‘Nokte Naga’ New Testament at Poakkaom Baptist Church, NBCA Mission Centre, Tirap Division, Arunachal Pradesh by Rev. Dr. Z. K. Rochill Auxiliary Secretary BSI Dimapur Auxiliary. BSI informed that it is the first scripture (NT) for Nokte Naga community. Nokte Baptist Churches Association (NBCA) paid `80,000 last year for printing 2000 copies of their NT through Thokwang Nokte translator.
DNNRE emergency executive meeting: Dimapur Nkonjan Nyiro Range Ekhung (DNNRE) has convened an emergency executive meeting on November 28, 3pm at the residence of Motsuthiing Ezung, Joint Secretary, Government of Nagaland, Burma Camp. All executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
Mokokchung DCC executive meeting: District Congress Committee, Mokokchung has convened its executive general meeting on November 26, 10am at DCC office, Mokokchung. All PCC members, DCC executive, frontal official and ACCC officials from district have been requested to attend the meeting. Further, all ACCC presidents have been requested to submit names of one person from each unit and constituency for BLA (Booth Level Agent) as directed by the chief election commissioner of India.
AKTDGC: Ao Kaketshir Telongjem Dimapur Government College (AKTDGC) has convened a general meeting on November 30, 9:30am at its treasurer’s residence. All students’ have been requested to attend the meeting.
ENSUD 21st general conference deferred: Eastern Nagaland Students’ Union Dimapur (ENSUD) 21st general conference has been postponed to January 15.
DLST annual general meeting: Dimapur Lirmen Senso Telongjem has convened its annual general meeting on December 4, 10am at its treasurer’s residence, K Moa Longkumer, Lengrijan, Dimapur. All members have been requested to attend the meeting.
DSVU meeting: Dimapur Sitimi Village (Sumi) Union (DSVU) has convened a meeting on November 27, 9am at the residence of Avishe Zhimomi, Union Banker, Mount View Colony, Purana Bazar, East Dimapur. All members have been requested to attend the meeting.
‘Prepare to meet your God’ youth crusade: The youth department, Wokha Town Baptist Church would be organizing a youth crusade with the theme ‘Prepare to meet your God’ from November 26 to 28, with Rev L. Malsawma Vanchhawng, Pastor, City Church Kohima as the speaker.
NU confers Ph. D degree: Vice Chancellor, Nagaland University has declared Puspanjoli Deori to be provisionally qualified for Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in History and Archaeology subject to ratification by academic and executive council of the university. The topic of the thesis is ‘Land and Forest: Colonial policy in the Naga Hills 1881-1947’ under the supervision of Dr. S.V Babu.
TPGSU, NUK general session-cum-felicitation: Tenyimia Post Graduate Students’ Union, Nagaland University Kohima (TPGSU, NUK) would hold 9th general session-cum-felicitation programme on November 25 at Ura academy hall Kohima at 11am. Commissioner and secretary, Forest, Abei-o Kire IFS would grace the occasion as chief guest.
YAWD executive meeting: Youth Association of Wokha District (YAWD) has convened 4th executive meeting November 25 at the residence of its advisor Renbi Ngullie, Wokha town at 1pm.
CSU cautions: Chumukedima Students’ Union (CSU) has informed that several individuals have been found drinking and partying at Chumukedima local ground on various occasions. The union condemned the “misuse and defilement” of public places and warned that vigilance groups would be deputed to check such activities in the area. Defaulter(s) would be exposed on local papers, union added.
DDCMPUL general meeting: Dimapur District Co-operative Milk Producers’ Union Ltd. has informed that the 13th annual general meeting would be held at DIMUL central dairy plant premises, 7th mile Dimapur on November 26 at 12 pm.
DOA state level training: State nodal department (agriculture) in collaboration with EEI Jorhat would be organizing state level training on “Production and use of bio-pesticides and bio-control agent” at SAMETI hall, IETC Medziphema from November 25 to 27. Professor Alemla SASRD would grace the occasion as chief guest, and two members from EEI, AAU Jorhat as resource persons. Around 25 trainees from all districts are expected to attend the training, Principal IETC Medziphema Lanupokyim informed.
“Badhte Kadam” programme: The culmination “Badhte Kadam” national awareness programme-cum-concert and talent presentation on disability would be held in Dimapur on November 26 at IMC Hall at 2pm. The programme is organised by Nagaland Parents Association for Disabled (NAPAD) and supported by National Trust of India.
Business establishments in east Dimapur informed: Ad-Hoc Town Council, East Dimapur H.Q. Purana Bazar has informed all business establishments to decorate and white-wash their shops before December 10. The council further stated that necessary action would be initiated against defaulters. Meanwhile, the council expressed gratitude to all business community within the councils’ jurisdiction for cooperating in the cleanliness drive initiated by council on November 19. The council also appealed to all concerned to cooperate with them in near future for betterment and peaceful co-existent among its people.
YKKD meeting: Yeza Kughuko Kuqhaqulu Dimapur (YKKD) has convened an office bearers and executive meeting on November 27, 9am at the residence of Tokheho Arkha, Rtd. Superintendent of Excise, Supply colony, Dimapur. All office bearers and executive members have been requested to bring agendas for the constitution (YEZAHBO) of union.
LUD 10th general meeting: Liangmaipui Union Dimapur (LUD) has convened a 10th general meeting on November 27, 10:30am at Forest colony community hall, Dimapur.
NUCK 8th fresher meet: The Post Graduate Students Union (NUCK) is organizing its 8th fresher meet on November 29 at 10 am at Ura Academy hall with Francis Pelevituo Solo, Commissioner and Secretary, Higher and Technical Education as chief guest and Mutsikhoyo Yhobu, President NSF as the guest speaker.
Healing Service: A two day “Healing Service” will take place from November 27 and 28 starting daily from 4.30 pm at state academy hall Kohima with the theme “He(God) sent his word, and healed them” Psa.107:20 with Bro Vichalie Yashii, Director Praise & Worship Ministry, CRMC as the main speaker. Buses will be available after service from BOC to High School Junction.
DCC Zunheboto team reshuffled
DIMAPUR: District Congress Committee (DCC) Zunheboto in its general meeting held November 22, reorganized its team of office bearers for the tenure 2010-13. The team, consisting of seven vice presidents, five general secretaries and six secretaries, would be headed by Hoveto Kiba as president. ZDCC also set up its anti-corruption cell with Henito Kinny as chairman, Kivigho Achumi as secretary and 10 other members.
FAC NSS special camp
DIMAPUR: The National Service Scheme unit of Fazl Ali College led by Watitoshi Ao, programme officer along with 30 NSS volunteers, held a special camp at Settsu village on November 18, which is also the adopted village of the particular unit.
During the camp, they donated 5 dustbins and two metal signboards to the village and conducted a cleanliness drive around the village water source.
Seminars on ‘Afforestation’ and ‘Importance of education’ were conducted by volunteers for village council members and the youth in the evening.
KMC directive for shops
KOHIMA: In view of the coming festive season, Kohima Municipal Council (KMC) informed all shops and business establishments on both sides of NH-39 and NH-61 to paint and light their respective shops/offices within its jurisdiction before November 30.
Kohima Municipal Council further instructed shops and business establishments to keep their respective area neat and clean, and cautioned that defaulters would be penalized.
Council also reminded the public to chain their pets within their respective compounds.