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Published on 27 Jan. 2011 12:32 AM IST
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ANTA pre paid counter
KOHIMA: All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA) Kohima Unit would be inauguarting the pre-paid taxi counter on January 27, 8am opposite New NST, Kohima. Alun Hangsing ADC Kohima would be the chief guest.
Re-constitution of all village councils under Kiphire
DIMAPUR: Deputy commissioner, Kiphire C.M Tsanglao has notified that re-constitution of all village councils under Kiphire district should be held within 15 days from the publication of this notice.
According to DC, those village councils whose five years term have been completed have been asked to elect or select village council members and submit to office of the DC through administrative officer and ex- officio, executive officer. All area administrative officers have been informed to supervise the election or selection.
ENWO (D) unit emergency meeting: Eastern Naga Women Organization (Dimapur) unit has convened an emergency meeting on January 29, 10am at the residence of its treasurer at Mao colony Dimapur.
LUD general meeting: Littami Union Dimapur (LUD) has convened a general meeting on January 29, 1pm at the residence of Er Hukato Assumi, Chekiye village.
KSU joint meeting: Kyong Students’ Union (KSU) has convened its joint meeting on January 27, 3:30pm at KSU office to fix a date for the forthcoming Kyong students’ union election as per union assembly resolution, to be conducted before first week of February. All election commissions, election observers, assembly secretariat and range presidents have been requested to attend the meeting.
KDTDU meeting: Kohima District Truck Driver’s Union (KDTDU) has convened a general meeting cum annual picnic at Zana Kiruphema on January 29. All registered members have been directed to reach the spot along with their respective vehicle by 8am and attend the programme without fail. The main highlight for the day would be election of new office bearers, presentation of prizes for the best driver of the year, best handyman, most senior driver and other bumper prizes followed by games and lunch. Further the union executive informed that a fine of Rs.1000 would be penalized to any member plying truck on the day. The union informed that alcohol and gambling would also be totally prohibited.
Census operations trg for Chumu: EAC and charge officer Chumukedima, B. Henok Buchem has informed supervisors and enumerators under the jurisdiction of EAC Chumukedima that training for the second phase census operations 2011 would be held from January 27-29, 9.30am at GHSS Chumukedima. All concerned have been hereby directed to report in time positively. Absentees shall be penalised as per the provisions under the Census Act and the Citizenship Act 1955, added the charge officer.
Assam Rifles seize ganja: 13 Assam Rifles under HQ 5 Sector Assam Rifles of IGAR (North) seized 210 kgs of contraband Ganja from two residents of Pfutsero town. According to a defence release, the due were traveling from Zuketsa to Pfutsero in a Maruti Gypsy at the time of arrest at around 7:15 pm on January 22. The recovered ganja and individuals were handed over to Pfutsero police station the same day, added the release
Friends’ club concert: Friends’ Club Dimapur has rescheduled the upcoming gospel concert to January 28 citing unavoidable circumstances. In a press note, Chubathung Ezung president, Friends’ Club Dimapur informed public that tickets, venue and time would remain the same.
BJP condemns leader’s arrest
DIMAPUR: Nagaland State BJP has condemned Jammu and Kashmir state government led by chief minister Omar Abdullah for forcibly arresting BJP workers and its top leaders Arun Jaitley, Shuma Swaraj and Ananth Kumar on January 24, at Jammu airport in connection to party Ekta Yatra to hoist the National flag in Srinagar on January 26.
K. James Vizo, spokesman, BJP in a press note stated as long as any state remained an integral part of India, every citizen of India had the right to participate in hoisting the national flag anywhere in the country.
Terming the incident as unfortunate, the BJP alleged the government was opposing party efforts, to exercise its constitutional rights.
TTWU pleads for calamity fund release
DIMAPUR, JAN 26 (NPN): Tuli town ward union (TTWU), on behalf of Tuli area joint council, has appealed to the state government to look into non distribution of Natural calamity relief fund 2008-2009, allegedly by ADC Tuli, and take necessary steps for the welfare of poor people.
In a letter to the Commissioner of Nagaland, the TTWU secretary Alem Aier said the Rs.four lakh Natural calamity relief fund 2008-2009, under Tuli sub-division, was released by DC Mokokchung and was received by ADC Tuli, Lichemse Sangtam November 9, 2010. According to TTWU secretary, when the Tuli area joint councils and Tuli town ward union met ADC and discussed the matter, the ADC had assured to pay the total amount of Rs.four lakh before December 25, 2010.
However, till date the fund for Tuli area has not bet distributed, it said.
Netaji remembered on his 114th birthday
DIMAPUR: The 114th birthday of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was observed on January 23 at Netaji Kola kendra premises, Rly. Colony. The celebration was organised by Netaji birthday celebration committee Dimapur, graced by ex-chairman DMC Tovihoto Ayemi as chief guest. Other dignitaries present were women leader Khetoli Chishi, Rtd. Senior lecturer Dimapur government college Debasis Dutta, Rtd. Additional GM, NST S. K Chakraborty, Dr. S. Debnath, president RK society Jahar Bhattacharjee, president B.L Temple Yoginder, Dr. S.K Dey, and Arati Roy.
World confederations of Don Bosco alumni
DIMAPUR: Dimapur provincial federation of Don Bosco alumni would be hosting the Indian National Congress cum centenary celebration of world confederations of Don Bosco alumni at Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh from January 29- 31. The event would be inaugurated by Governor of Arunachal Pradesh at 10 am on January 29.
Dimapur province which cover the states of Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam (Upper) won the bid to host the mega event by scoring over other provinces in the country on several parameters such as hospitality and cultural richness of the people, the natural beauty of the region etc. 50 members from Nagaland and Manipur would be leaving on January 28.
Those who wish to know more about Don Bosco Alumni or on the program at Itanager may mail in their queries at [email protected] or [email protected]

 
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