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Jan 23:
Published on 24 Jan. 2011 12:36 AM IST
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Chumukedima shareholders meet
DIMAPUR: Chumukedima town weekly bazaar management committee has convened a general meeting of share holders on January 26, 10am at the weekly bazaar. All shareholders have been requested to attend the meeting.
WSSU meeting
DIMAPUR: Emergency meeting of Western Sumi Students’ Union (WSSU) with the advisory board has been convened on January 24, 3pm at the residence of DMC advisor Phukuto Zhimomi.
KVC meeting
DIMAPUR: General meeting of Kashiram village has been convened on January 29, 10am at the residence of its treasurer. All residents have been informed to attend the meeting and to submit agendas if any to the council secretary Jambemo Odyuo on or before January 27.
SBMSP ‘Mahayagya’
DIMAPUR: Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran Sanskirtan Sah Pravachan (SBMSP) would be organizing a religious ceremony (Mahayagya) from February 5 to 12 at Bor-Lengri Block-II, Durga Mandir premises for peace and unity.
ASHA module trg
DIMAPUR: Residential training for the VIth ASHA module for ASHAs of Sanis and first batch Bhandari block under Wokha district was conducted from January 18 to 22 at their respective blocks. The training was supervised by Dr. W. N. Ezung deputy chief medical officer and Matsung DPM, NRHM. Training for second batch Bhandari block would be conducted from January 24 till 28 and for remaining blocks i.e Wokha Sardar, Ralan, Wozhuro and Chukitong on February at Dr. Motsuo Memorial district hospital.
Sensitization programme on mid-day meal: Deputy inspector of schools Shamator has informed that sensitization programme on mid-day meal-pilot project-2011 would be held on February 8 and 10 at Shamator and Chessore respectively. All headmasters, head teacher, teacher in-charge and cooks have been requested to attend the programme.
‘India on wheels’ scheme: Those who have joined ‘India on wheels’ scheme from Kohima and still under ‘non-achievers’ category have been informed to attend a discussion on January 27, 12.30 noon, near ‘New Chari Departmental Store’ Old NST. One may contact at 9612434552, 9856243993, 9856682810, 9856472679, 9436601039, 9856132312 for further information.
NPF Longleng welcomes Chumben, Pangnyu: NPF Longleng division has welcomed the merger of Nationalist Congress Party legislators Dr. Chumben Murry minister for agriculture and parliamentary secretary Pangnyu Phom into the NPF fold. A press release issued by NPF Longleng division president A. Bushi Phom stated the decision of the NPF members to merge with NCP on January 12 was a wise decision to strengthen the NPF party and ensure stability to the DAN government under the leadership of chief minister Neiphiu Rio and party president Dr. Shurozhelie.
Zutoi village gate and community hall: Zutoi village gate and community hall was inaugurated on January 21 by MP Rajya Sabha H. Khekiho Zhimomi. Situated at Aghunaka area under Niuland sub-division, the Zutoi village constructed the gate under GIA 2007-08, 2008-09 and the hall constructed by FDA, Dimapur division sponsored by NAEB (MOEF) government of India and GIA 2009-10. The inaugural programme began with a prayer by Rev. Ahokhe. According to village council chairman Hukiye Sumi, the MP also visited pandal hall construction site for the upcoming WSBAK revival hour scheduled from February 4 to 6. He was accompanied by ADC Niuland, EAC Aghunaka, DMC members and host of party workers.
ZRSU 33rd general conference held: Zunheboto Range Students’ Union (ZRSU) held its 33rd general conference from January 13 to 16 at Natha old village. The occasion was graced by MP (Rajya Sabha) Khekiho Zhimomi as chief guest and president Sumi hoho Hokishe and deputy director AH&V, president CANSSEA David Sumi as guests of honour. The union during the conference elected a new team for the tenure 2011-13. The new team would be led by Khuketo Y. Yepthomi as president, Ikavi K. Zhimomi as general secretary, Julika N. Achumi as finance secretary and Inaho K. Achumi as organizing secretary.
Sumi Hoho annual session from Feb 3: Sumi Hoho Nagaland has convened annual session for the tenure 2008-10 on February 3 at Town hall Zunheboto. The occasion would be graced by minister for roads and bridges G. Kaito Aye and MLA and leader of opposition Tokheho Yepthomi as chief guest and guest of honour respectively. Sumi Hoho has informed all executive members of the present tenure that an executive meeting has been convened on February 2 at 1pm at the office premises. Meanwhile, its president Sumi Hoho Hokishe Yepthomi and general secretary Kitoho S. Rotokha in a joint release clarified to the news item that was published in the local dailies on January 21. The duo asserted that Article 11 of the Sumi Hoho constitution empowers extension of tenure for 3 months period as such the extension of present tenure “should not be misunderstood”.
WCSU new office bearers: Wokha Circle Students’ Union (WCSU) held its meeting on January 17 and elected new office bearers for the tenure 2011-13. The new team would be led by Nkhao K Tungoe as president from Wokha village, Y Evungthung Ezung as general secretary from Longsa village along with three (3) executives.The union further appealed for cooperation from all the units for the welfare and uplift of students and the public in general.
BJYM Nagaland to participate at “Ekta yatra”: BJYM Nagaland will participate in the “Ekta yatra” followed by a flag hoisting at Lal Chowk in the state of Jammu & Kasmir on Republic Day. The Nagaland team would be headed by Mathew K Janger, secretary of BJYM Nagaland & Secretary in-charge of Tuensang and Mon districts, accompanied by BJYM Dimapur district members.
AR medical camp
DIMAPUR: 21 Assam Rifles conducted a free medical camp at Aghunato village on January 19 under aegis of Headquarters 7 Sector Assam Rifles.
According to a defence release, a team comprising of two doctors and four medical staff conducted the camp.
A total of one hundred and forty five patients including ladies and children received free medical treatment and free medicines.
The camp was a huge success and the villagers and civil administration expressed gratitude to the Assam Rifles for conducting the camp.

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