TSU session: The 57th general session of Tangha Students Union (TSU) has been convened on December 27 and 28 at the residence of its union treasurer. All TSU office bearers and members have been requested to attend the session.
Musical night at Mokokchung: Salangtem Ward Youth Union is presenting “A musical night” under the theme “Will to excel” on December 18 at Salangtem Youth Hall premises. Renowned artists would be featured during the concert and entry is free for all public to witness the show.
TSUD seminar: Tsaru Students’ Union Dimapur (TSUD) would be organizing a seminar on December 18 at Kevijau council hall, Kevijau colony Dimapur at 10am. OSD (BA) to chief minister Tsipong Sangtam and Er.C.R Sangtam (Retd) Kevijau colony would be speaking on the topics “Written and unwritten laws and its usages” and “Culture and its significance” respectively. All parents, and students from class-8 and above of the union have been asked to attend the seminar in traditional attire.
CYODD joint meeting: Chakhesang Youth Organization Dimapur District (CYODD) has convened a joint meeting on December 18, 10am at the residence of its finance secretary, Children Home School, 4th mile. All office bearers, unit president, community chairman have been requested to attend the meeting.
LVSU golden jubilee: Lotsu Village Students’ Union (LVSU) would be celebrating its golden jubilee from December 27-28 at CES Compound, Lotsu village. Ralanthung Yanthan, Deputy Speaker (NLA) would be the chief guest and James Ovung (SDPO) would be the guest of honour. All former LVSU office bearers have been requested to attend the jubilee.
DLST general meeting: Dimapur Longmisa Senso Telongjem (DLST) has convened a general meeting on December 18, 9am at the residence of its treasurer. All members of DLST have been requested to attend the meeting.
VKTSU 31st annual session: VK Town Students’ Union (VKTSU) would be celebrating its 31st annual session from December 27-29 under the theme ‘Deeper knowledge’ with Fr. James, Parish Priest Queen Mary Mokokchung as the speaker. All executive members, ex-office bearers have been requested to attend the session.
KGSU emergency meeting: Kuhuboto Ghakhu Students’ Union (KGSU) has convened an emergency meeting on December 17, 9am at the residence of its president, opp Nagaland Post, Circular road. All executives have been requested to attend the meeting.
PWUK pre-Christmas: Phekmi Welfare Union Kohima (PWUK) will be organizing pre-Christmas celebration December 19, 1pm at the private residential complex of Kuzholuzo (Azo) Nienu, science college road, Jotsoma. PWUK while extending festive greetings to all its members also invited its members to attend the celebration and to contact at 9862778564, 9436420061 for further information.
Patkai Christian College, 2004 batch re-union: Patkai Christian College (autonomous), class of 2004 will be organizing a re-union programme on December 18, 10am at Bundrock Chapel, PCC (A). Members have been requested to contact at 9436067086 for information.
Fishes on sale at NE Expo: Department of fisheries would sell local fishes and prawns at a reasonable rate on December 17 at Fisheries Pavilion, 2nd North-East Agri Expo site, 4th Mile, Dimapur. Public have been requested to avail the opportunity.
Sumi Youth NCRC Silver Jubilee: NCRC Sumi Youth would be celebrating its silver jubilee-cum-annual conference (1985-2010) at Pughoboto town from December 17-19 under the theme, “Reap in Joy” (Psalms 126:5). The NCRC Sumi Youth has invited all the youth, former office bearers, advisors, friends and well wishers and sponsors to participate in the celebration and be blessed.
Dec 18 bomb blast commemoration: Patkai Kyong Students Union (PKSU) will be organizing 10th commemoration programme in remembrance of the December 18, 2000 tragic bomb blast victims on December 18, 11am at the bomb blast site, Satsuphen. All Patkai Kyong Students members, ex-Patkai Kyong students, well wishers, victims family members have been requested to attend the programme. Bus would be arranged for transportation from Police Point Wokha Town to Satsuphen from 10am onwards. For further information, members may contact at 9862876344, 8974246738.
Meluri citizens’ general meet: Meluri Area Public Organisation (MAPO) has informed all citizens of Meluri that Meluri citizens’ general meet would be held on December 28 and 29. All government employees posted within and outside the state have been requested to attend the meet. Members failing to attend the meet would be viewed seriously leading to explanatory calls, added the organization.
Naga Council Dimapur winter break: Office of the Naga Council Dimapur would remain closed from December 16 till January 11 on account of winter break. However, councilors and leaders of all affiliated Hohos and organizations have been requested to respond and render service as and when informed/situation demands during public emergencies. The council also wished all citizens a blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year.
WASU 39th general conference: Western Angami Students’ Union (WASU) has convened its 39th general conference on January 18 at Kohima Science College Auditorium, Jotsoma under the theme ‘Edifying the civic values’. Niketu Iralu, Trustee, Friends of Moral Re-armament (India) Trustee, Centre for North East studies and policy research, Guwahati and New Delhi and Buno Zetsuvi, Associate Professor, Education Department Nagaland University would be the chief guest and guest of honour. All concerned units, former presidents, student leaders, leader of various organizations within Western Angami have been requested to attend the conference.
NPAT renewal of I- Card: The Nagaland Pensioner Association Tuensang (NPAT) unit has informed that the renewal of identity card for Tuensang district for the year 2011 will be carried out area-wise. According to Tsalicho general secretary, Tuensang District Pensioner Association, renewal for Tuensang 1 will be held from January 10 to 14, Tuensang 11 from January 17 to 21, Shamator- Chessore from January 24 to 28, Noklak- Thonoknyu from February 1 to 4, NAP Sector-Longkhim from February 7 to 11 and Noksen- Chare February 14 to 18.
VKRSU 35th annual session: VK Range Students’ Union (VKRSU) has convened its 35th annual session from January 3-6 at Litta Old Village under the theme ‘To strive to emerge and to shelter’. Kakheto Kinimi, ex-minister Nagaland, Er Ghoshito Chishi, Officer in-charge Nagaland Police, Central Workshop, Chumukedima and Akheli Assumi, DAO Kohima would be the chief guests. Hukato Assumi, Advocate Dimapur, Aniho Chishi, Child Evangelist, SBAK (Aizuto) and Kiyevi Assumi, Advocate Mokokchung as the main speakers. Further, VKRSU has convened a general meeting on December 20, 10am at the residence of its banker at VK Town. All executives, unit presidents and general secretaries and advisors have been requested to attend the meeting.
Jasokie Colony landowners informed: G B, Jasokie Colony, UNB-B Burma Camp, S.T Zomi has informed all land owners of Jasokie Colony, United North Block-B Burma Camp, Dimapur, to cut down all standing teak trees within its jurisdiction by January 2011, failing which the colony members and the authority would take its own course of action.
One found murdered
KOHIMA, DEC 16 (NPN): One person identified as Ram Bahadur (40), a cowherd living in Mezoma village was reportedly murdered on Thursday at Mezoma village. The deceased bore head injuries and was suspected to have been hit with an axe which was found lying near the dead body. The victim was suspected to be murdered in cold blood by one of his friend, a wood cutter over some argument. A murder case has been registered at the South Police Station and the main suspect is absconding till filing of this report. (Correspondent)
2 die of suffocation
KOHIMA, DEC 16 (NPN): A mother and her daughter reportedly died of suffocation while the husband was found in an unconscious state here on Thursday. The father identified as Ekrazul, a fish vendor was rushed to nearby hospital and admitted at the Intensive Care Unit. The deceased has been identified as Mosida (21 years) and Sonum (3 years). The incident was suspected to have taken place on Wednesday night due to burning of charcoal (chula) in the room with only a single window and no ventilation. It was learnt that one businessman who came to the deceased family’s house to collect his shop key on Thursday at around 6am found the lifeless body of the mother and child, and that of the father lying in an unconscious state. (Correspondent)
BDO Sekruzu block clarifies
DIMAPUR: BDO Sekruzu block, Phek, Zapralhü Shijoh has issued a clarification with regard to the news item published on December 13. The BDO in a press note issued here refuted that the CGI sheet for the block was not missing and welcomed any individual in the office to find out facts and figures. BDO further clarified on the grant-in-aid for 2008-09 schemes stating the scheme was delayed due to technical reasons in office procedure and that the office was trying its best for early release of the fund.
Meanwhile, BDO has requested the GBs not to press charge prior to ascertaining the facts from the office or village VDB secretaries.
USSC conference at Kiphire town
KIPHIRE, DEC 16 (NPN): The 63th United Sangtam Students’ Union Conference (USSC) hosted by Kiphire Area Sangtam Students Union (KASSU) would be held from January 13 to 16 at Kiphire town. Dr. Shurhozelie minister for urban development and higher education would be the chief guest.
Talking to this correspondent, T. Kirithong Sangtam, executive chairman of USSC said many development works and preparations are underway in Kiphire town for the forthcoming conference. He also said clearing of road in some locations, proper power connectivity, water supply and security control were expected to be completed by the respective departments.
Meanwhile, deputy commissioner of Kiphire, C.M Tsanglao informed at the DPBD meeting that a mass social work would be held on December 18 in Kiphire Town wherein he requested all the heads of department to take initiative during the social work. (Correspondent)
Nyinyem receives electricity, pipeline
TUENSANG: In another sign of development under DAN government in far flung areas, Kejong Chang MLA and advisor DB’s, GB’s and VG’s Nagaland inaugurated electricity and pipeline projects on December 4 at Nyinyem village. Nyinyem Village Council expressed gratitude to DAN government for fulfilling the long cherished dream by connecting new pipelines and electricity in the village.
The village council chairman and head GB while appreciating the government, expressed that Nyinyem village could commemorate its golden jubilee successfully from December 10 to 12 due to timely connection of pipeline and electricity in the village. The council also thanked minister for power Nagaland, minister for PHED Nagaland, Executive Engineer PHED Tuensang, executive engineer, power, Tuensang and departmental staff for tireless service in completing the work on time.
Farm school at Changtongya village
MOKOKCHUNG: The 2nd Farm School on horticultural crop was conducted at Changtongya Village on December 14. The programme was sponsored by ATMA under BTT from SARS Yisemyong. S.Mar Longchar and Imo demonstrated techniques on nutrition management and pest and disease control measures.
There was positive response and feedback from farmers during the course of interaction. Imliakum, convener BTT (CTN) block insisted all trainees to get their soil tested at soil testing lab SARS Yisemyong.
The result obtained from few samples showed there has been a deficit in phosphorous and potash status of the soil for which corrective measures were imparted accordingly. After the demonstration, different plant nutrients and plant protection chemicals were distributed to farmers.
SVSU general session
DIMAPUR: Singti Village Students Union (SVSU) will be hosting 27 UBA general session to be held from December 27 to 29 under the theme “Education an agent leads to socialization”. The session would be grace by David T. Sangtam, NPCC secretary, Kohima as chief guest and T. Chopise Charles, general secretary, DCC Kiphire and T.S Thripongse ToT EBRC Kiphire as speaker. Areas leaders, GBs have been invited at the session.