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Nov 26:
Published on 26 Nov. 2010 11:59 PM IST
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Healing Ministry for handicapped people meeting : Healing Ministry for handicapped people has called for a meeting on November 28 at the residence of Menguzelie near BOC Purana Bazaar for the advance Christmas programme. Further, all members have been requested to bring their membership fees for the year 2009-2010.
SAKD general meeting: Sumi Aphuyemi Kuqhakulu Dimapur (SAKD) has convened a general meeting on November 27, 10am at the residence of its banker, Nepali Bosti. All the executives and advisors have been requested to attend the meeting.
NCC mass social work: In view of festive season, Niu Colony Council (NCC) has called for a mass social work on November 27. Residents of the colony have been requested to extend cooperation for the cleaning drive.
HIM seminar-cum-healing crusade: Himalayan International Mission (HIM) with crusade partners would be organizing prayer life seminar and gospel healing crusade from December 2 to 5. Speakers and resource pastors would be from Church of Saviour, Singapore. All have been invited at the programme. For further information, one may contact 9436072990/9436013858.
PYS and BST Yoga camp: Patanjali Yog Samiti and Bharat Swabhiman (Trust) (PYS, BST) Dimapur would organize New Yoga camp from November 27 to December 2 at Shiv Mandir, Singnijan village, block Dhanneri par at Rangapahar area. All interested residents of Rangapahar area have been request to contact centre in-charge or call 9615902645/9436073264.
LMRSU silver jubilee rescheduled: Lotha Middle Range Students’ Union (LMRSU) has informed all units that the silver jubilee celebration has been rescheduled to December 14 to 15 at Lakhuti village. LMRSU has further informed all unit presidents and general secretaries to inform the number of delegates that are to attend the function at 9615135806/9615623437.
DCC Longleng meeting-cum-celebration: District Congress Committee (DCC) Longleng has convened a DCC office bearers meeting-cum celebration of 125 years of Indian National Congress on December 4 at 10am at Congress Bhavan, Longleng.
‘Messages for the Youth’ launching at Ghy: As part of the ongoing All India launching programme, ‘Messages for the Youth’ part – 1 will be launched in Guwahati on December 3. The book will be launched at Sanskriti, Gurukul School at Ahomgaon in Guwahati by the school’s founder director Ashutosh Agarwal. The book will be released in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune in the coming days.
125 INC anniversary at Pfutsero : DCC Phek would be observing 125th anniversary of INC on November 29, 10.30am at Pfutsero town council hall where S.I. Jamir, president NPCC will address the function. All village units, area office bearers, DCC office bearers, PCC rank and file, NSUI, Congress Mahila, Youth Congress and well wishers have been requested to attend the function.
Health scheme for 18th Chozuba constituency: All citizens of 18th Chozuba constituency who have not registered under Community Based Rural Health Scheme (CBRHS) have been informed to contact their respective village council chairman (VCC) and submit the health card to Bethel Medical Centre on or before November 30. No card would be entertained after November 30, added the notification.
Patkai Christian College re-union: All past pupils of Patkai Christian College from Tuensang, Mon, Kiphire and Longleng districts have been informed that there would be a re-union meeting on December 11 at their in respective districts. For information, members may contact at 9436075822 (Mon), 9436439443 (Tuensang and Kiphire) and 9862628759 (Longleng).
Kohima- Mon NST bus to ply: NST Bus service from Kohima to Mon will start plying from December 1 after a gap of one year. In this regard, the Konyak students union Kohima has asked public to adhere to the norms directed by the transport department and added that offenders would be strictly dealt with. KSUK further thanked parliamentary secretary, Transport, Dako Phom, for allotting one new bus, and also the department authority headed by general manager for responding to the students’ body. The union further appealed for another bus for Kohima-Mon to meet the increasing need of passengers.
Christian Book Festival: A Christian Book Fair would be held from November 30-December 4 at LCS Conclave Hall, near Ao church, organized by the Laymen’s Evangelical Fellowship. Advisor, Art and Culture, Deo Nukhu would inaugurate the book fair on November 30 at 9am.
Archives week from Dec 1-7: Coinciding with the Hornbill Festival, the department of art and culture would celebrate ‘Archives Week’ from December 1-7 at Naga Heritage Village. Original documents like public records, private records, historical and geographical maps and some rare books of public collection will be exhibited during the archives week. Directed by National Archives of India, ‘Archives Week’ would be conducted with a view to create archival awareness among students, scholars, academic community, public etc. All interested students, research scholars and readers have been invited to avail the opportunity.
PSU 53rd general conference: The 53rd general conference of Pochury Students’ Union (PSU) would be held from January 5 to 7 at Sutsu Village on the theme, “Heralding Change” with Yitachu, parliamentary secretary, tourism, law and justice as the chief guest and S. Akho Leyri, district planning officer (DPO) Kiphire as the theme speaker. PSU has invited at least 20 delegates from each unit and a sum of Rs.200, Rs.150, Rs.5 would be charged as conference registration fee, yearly subscription fee and membership fee (per student).
Littami New Baptist Church dedication : The dedication programme of Littami New Baptist Church would be held on December 4 and 5 under the theme “My house shall be call the house of prayer”. Rev. Picto Yepthomi, executive secretary, SBAK Aizuto and Rev. Tokhezhe Kiba Pastor, Sumi Baptist Akukuhou Zunheboto (SBAZ) would be the speakers.All Churches under VK and Akuluto area and members residing outside the village have been invited to the programme.

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