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Chetheba celebrates 50 years of township
Correspondent KOHIMA, JAN 2 (NPN):
Published on 3 Jan. 2011 12:31 AM IST
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Chetheba, a small hamlet housing hardly 1481 population with 19 gazzeted officers, 7 MBBS and 41 Post graduates, 112 graduates, 36 under graduates and 36 undergraduate celebrated its 50th year of establishment on December 31 last.
The township was established with the establishment of the Government Primary School Chesezu in 1945 for the neighboring four villages.
The celebration was graced by parliamentary secretary for social welfare women development Chotishu Sazo, while the celebration was declared open by unveiling of the monolith by Purachu Resu (105) who claims to be the oldest resident of the town.
A brief history about the town was delivered by Poi Rhakho while seven other elders and leaders of the small township delivered short speeches on the occasion.
The celebration was marked by various cultural items presentations from the gathering neighbouring villages including Chesuzu, Thenyizu, K. Basa, K. Bawe, Thipuzu and Phesachodu villages, followed by a grand feast.
In his address, Chotishu called on the public to cultivate civic sense, proper town planning, peaceful town and better vision for progress and prosperity of the town.
He further urged the people residing in the town to foster unity and team spirit amongst themselves.

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