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Published on 16 Dec. 2010 12:28 AM IST
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IMFL, 1500 Kgs of ganja seized
DIMAPUR: 20 Assam Rifles while conducting MVCP on December 14 intercepted one truck bearing Regd. NO. NL07A-2666 near Piphema recovered about 500 cases of assorted IMFL of different brands from the vehicle. The driver of the truck namely Rajeev Singh (24 years) was taken into custody and on interrogation stated that the consignment was being taken en-route to Kohima via Shoxuvi- Jalukie road from Dimapur. A case has been registered at Mediphema police station.
Meanwhile, on December 13 Dimapur Police intercepted one Assam bound tanker at Ghorapatti bearing Regd. No. AS01BC-2726 and on searching the vehicle, recovered approx. 1500 Kgs. of suspected contraband ganja neatly hidden inside four false compartment in the tanker. Additional SP/PRO Dimapur informed that occupants of the vehicle namely Tej Narayan Sharma, Kamlesh Kumar and Manager Yadav have been arrested.
ANSTA elects new team
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association (ANSTA) in a joint executive meeting elected its new team of office bearers on December 10 at DUDA guest house Kohima. The new team would be led by Ponchulo Wanth as president, L. Asang as general secretary, Lipiri Sangtam and P. Zubenthung Humtsoe as vice presidents among three other office bearers and advisors. Meanwhile the association has extended Christmas wishes to all citizens.
Malaria awareness camp held
DIMAPUR: The Meriyan and Lotsii Yanthang villagers have expressed gratitude to Dr. Z Kikon DMO, DPO Wokha and staff for conducting malaria awareness camp and free distribution of impregnate mosquitoes net on December 11. Dr Z Kikon presented the highlights the programmes and urged the gathering to control and eradicate malaria disease in warm, low-land region. The council has further expressed gratitude to Ben Z Tsanglao (MPW) for arranging the malaria camp.
Dimensions to launch 8 publications in 2011
DIMAPUR: With 31 publications already on its shelves, Dimensions - School of phonetics and spoken English would be launching 8 more publications in 2011, thereby taking the total to 39 publications in just eight years. The first of the eight publications set for 2011 is ‘Improve your vocabulary.’ The book, according to the author Noel Manuel has been summed up as intuitive, interesting and informative. Dimensions would also be releasing a book ‘Rhythms & Reasons’ at Chennai in the first week of February 2011. The book is authored by a 15 year old girl. Edited and foreworded by Noel Manuel, the book has been dedicated to late Mother Teresa.
DEF Kohima pre-Christmas celebration
KOHIMA: A grand Kohima DEF Pre-Christmas was celebrated on December 14 at Police New Reserve play ground in Kohima. The programme was attended by more than 2000 people. According to PRO on behalf of DEF Kohima, Melite Kapfo, the programme was chaired by T. Metha, additional SP Kohima, while exhortation was given by Rothihü Tetseo, SP Kohima. The SP said the unit was one of the biggest in the state and the programme was an opportunity for families to get to know each other. While stating the development and improvement of the Police New Reserve, Phesama depended on the youth and women society, he also requested them to co-operate and work together with unit officers. Entertainment programmes were presented by the youth and women group residing in Police New Reserve, Phesama. The formal programme was followed by ‘Barakhana’ for all personnel and their families.
NMS celebrates golden jubilee
DIMAPUR: Nyiro Middle School (NMS) celebrated its golden jubilee on December 8 at the school compound which established in 1960. Rev Dr. Nrio Ezung, executive secretary Kyong Baptist Ekhumkho Sanrhyutsu dedicated the jubilee stone while the chief guest Mhathung Kithan, (IAS) Commissioner and Secretary School Education Nagaland unveiled the jubilee stone. Mhathung in his speech called upon the range public to work cohesively for the betterment of school in future and also the public to perform their duties in the locality for the uplift of the schools. The function was chaired by L Yantsowo Lotha, secretary water & soil conservation, welcome address by Motsuthung Ezung, OSD joint secretary rural development and vote of thanks by Z. Rabomo Ngullie, CEC Chairman.

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