NE Expo inaugural function: The inaugural function of 2nd North East Agri Expo 2010 scheduled for 9am on December 15 has been rescheduled to 11am. This was informed in a press release issued by agriculture production commissioner H.K Khulu.
DC Kma informs: Deputy Commissioner Kohima, Bei-u Angami has informed the public that technical land survey for 4-laning of NH 29 from km 155 to km 182 i.e. Peducha -Kohima would commence from December 15. All village councils along this stretch have been directed to assist and coordinate with the senior land record and survey officer Kohima and his team who would be permanently camped at Sechu SDO (C) headquarter till the end of the survey operations.
Nagaland Cooperative Society annual meet: Annual general meeting of Nagaland Cooperative Society has been convened on December 18, 10 am at society building, Old Razhu Point, Kohima. Highlights of the agenda would be reading of annual reports and future developmental programme of the society. The society informed members not able to attend the meeting due to unavoidable circumstances to issue authorization for collecting their yearly share distribution.
‘National Energy Conservation Day’: As part of the ‘National Energy Conservation Day’, Chief Electrical Inspectorate as the Nagaland state designated agencies to conduct a state level essay writing competition on December 14 at the Chief Engineer’s office conference Hall (Power Department) in Kohima from 9am to 10am. The award ceremony would be held at the Red Cross complex at 2:30 pm. Minister for power Doshehe Y. Sema would grace the award ceremony as chief guest.
YSU general meeting: Yaongyimchen Students’ Union (YSU) has convened its annual general meeting on December 21, 9am at the students’ library hall. All office bearers and members have been requested to attend the meeting.
AASU emergency general meeting: Aghunaqa Area Students’ Union (AASU) has convened its emergency general meeting on December 17, 10am at the residence of its Sub-Banker, Nepali Basti Dimapur for the forth coming 10th annual session at Yetoho village. All executive members of Aghunaqa area have been requested to attend the meeting.
GKK golden jubilee: Ghukiye Students’ Union (GKK) would be celebrating its golden jubilee from December 17-19 with Ato Kilonser (GPRN) N Kitovi Zhimomi and Er. Atovi Kiba as the chief guest and guest of honour respectively. All have been requested to attend the jubilee.
SRSU executive meeting: Satakha Range Students’ Union (SRSU) has convened its executive meeting on December 16, 11am at the residence of its Banker at Satakha. All executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
CRBCWD women’s convention: The Council of Rengma Baptist Churches Women Department (CRBCWD) would be conducting a women’s convention from December 17-19 at K. Station under the theme ‘Women in Gods’ design’. All Rengma women have been requested to attend the convention.
NSU 68th annual session: Naghutomi Students’ Union (NSU) has convened its 68th annual session from December 27-29 on the theme ‘Action not word’. Luheto K Chophy, Agriculture Officer (AO) Zunheboto would be the chief guest and Hetoli L Kiba, UDA government high school, Atoizu as the women speaker. All former leaders and students have been requested to attend the session.
FAHPC youth crusade: Faith in Action Healing Prayer Centre (FAHPC) would be conducting a youth crusade-cum-3rd week monthly fellowship from December 17 to 19 at Seithekiema Basa village Dimapur. Rev. pastor David and Rev. pastor Chita besides others would speak on the theme “Repent for the kingdom is at hand.” and MLA K. Hollohon would exhort on December 19. All have been invited to attend the crusade.
DDPA executive meeting: President, Dimapur District Pensioner’s Association has requested all executive members to attend its executive meeting on December 15 at 11am at its office. Meanwhile, Dimapur district/family pensioners who have completed 80 years as per pension book record have been directed to contact DDPA office at 03562-231471 for processing additional pension benefit under ROP/2010.
Hunting banned at Nokpu village
DIMAPUR: The Nokpu Village Council (NVC) has banned hunting under its jurisdiction. The village council informed that if any public from the neighboring villages were found hunting under its jurisdiction a sum of `5000 (five thousand) would be imposed as fine. The council further stated that consequent upon the violation of the ban; if any accident or problem would be encountered by the defaulters then the council would not be held responsible.
National Handloom Expo at Kohima
DIMAPUR: Nagaland handloom and handicrafts development Corporation Ltd. Dimapur, is organizing a National Handloom Expo at Kohima town from January 8 to 22, sponsored by Office of the Development Commissioner (Handloom), Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, New Delhi. Interested societies/SHG/NGOs/apex co-operative societies have been requested to submit their application to Project Cell, NHHDC Ltd, Half Nagarjan, Dimapur for participation on or before January 4 during office hour.
NSCN (IM) Chakhesang region condemns assault
DIMAPUR: CAO Chakhesang region NSCN-IM Vepupe Doulo has condemned the attack inflicted on Khapur Chakhesang region Teisovehu of Kikruma village and his wife Lonyi-u on December 6. The NSCN (IM) Chakhesang region in a press note condemned the attack at Pfutsero town where Neivilhoukho and two of his accomplices “mercilessly attacked” and “beat up” Khapur Chakhesang region Teisovehu of Kikruma village and his wife Lonyi-u who later succumbed to injuries on December 7. While condemning the incident, CAO further urged the authorities to book the culprits. Expressing grief to the bereaved family, CAO also prayed for speedy recovery of Teisovehu.
Implementation of Tehok mini hydro electric
DIMAPUR: The long pending Tehok mini hydro electric Mon project implementation was declared by MLA CL John and power minister Dr. Doshehe Y at a meeting on December 8. Persons who spoke on the occasion were president NPF Mon Tingthock Konyak, personnel form department, company contractors, and NGO leaders of the area. The meeting was well attended by all village chairmen and members from 10 villages among other welfare societies, office bearers, and NGOs.
Plea to DIS Niuland to hand over charge
DIMAPUR: Niuland Area GB Union (NAGBU) has appealed outgoing DIS Niuland Kitoli Naje to hand over charge of DIS Niuland to the newly appointed DIS Shiwoto as per the order issued by the government. NAGBU secretary Kakuho Yeptho and Chairman Shikaho Achumi in a press release stated DIS Niuland Kitoli Naje was transferred to DIS Pughoboto on November 25 and that handing over should have been completed within 10 days of transfer order. NAGBU informed the union appealed to the DIS Niuland to hand over charge on December 3 but was turned down. The union stated DIS Niuland has been non-functional for more than 10 days due to the ongoing crisis over handing over the office to the newly appointed DIS. The union further resented the inability of the DIS to respond positively to the directives given by the government.
BLOs asked to collect format
DIMAPUR: District Election Officer (DEO) Dimapur has instructed all Booth Level Officers (BLOs) to collect views from at least 2 electors from each polling station as per format issued by the election commission of India. DEO further instructed BLOs to submit the views before December 17 and to collect necessary format before December 15 from DC and DEO office, Dimapur.
AYC demand clarification from DAN govt
DIMAPUR: Citing the present “irresponsible mismanagement” by the appointed advisory committee of the DMC, the Assembly Youth Congress (AYC), 2 – Dimapur – II A/C has demanded immediate explanation from the DAN government on the steps taken by the advisory committee. The AYC asked whether the Nagaland Municipal Act, 2001 authorized the appointed advisory committee to fix/increase rates on commodities, enhance trade license or forcefully sell calendars at the rate of `300/- or that if it was only the elected civic body which might decide on such matters. The AYC president, Mughavi Swu asked whether the DMC, if it did not receive any complaint, was empowered to manipulate rates or create new form of forceful donations such as selling calendars. The AYC also asked as to why the DMC should expect the support and concern from business community when the Council itself was creating problem to the public directly or indirectly instead of shouldering responsibilities. It appealed all sections of the people to remain alert on such corrupt elements in the society.