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Jan 12:
Published on 13 Jan. 2011 12:46 AM IST
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NNC/FGN Sumi region Leacy Hoho cum budget session: The NNC/FGN Sumi region Leacy Hoho cum budget session has been scheduled for January 14 and 15 at its Midan Peyu’s office TPC Kohima. Secretary in-charge Sumi region and its speaker leacy Hoho informed all its members to attend the session without fail. Further Tokiho Zhimomi, Sumi regional president NNC informed all CCM and Sub Regional authorities to attend the Hoho.
KEH organizes IPC campaign: Kyong Eloe Hoho (KEH) Wokha organised IPC campaign on January 4 and 5 at Baghty and Merapani town respectively covering 15 villages. The campaign was sponsored by NSACS with resource persons Dr. Pithungo Kikon, Robin Ezung, David Tsopoe, Zuchopeni, Yanbeni Ezung, and office bearers of KEH. The seminar was attended by about 150 representatives from different villages.
OSVC general session: Old Showuba Village Council Village Council (OSVC) would be conducting its 41st general session on January 17 at old Showuba council hall at 9am.
ARESA general meeting: General meeting of All Ex-Servicemen/Widows of Assam Rifles (ARESA) under Dimapur had been convened on January 18 at ARTC & S 2nd Bn. Cinema hall at 10am.
NYK organizes seminar on youth empowerment: Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK) Tuensang organised seminar on youth empowerment on January 12 at Akum Imlong school. President Sangtam union Tuensang Town (SUTT) Yunghopi graced the occasion as resource person.
MSU 27th general session: Morakjo Students’ Union (MSU) Wokha held its 27th general session-cum-election of new office bearers on December 27, 2010 at village community hall. The new team of office bearers would be led by N.Likao Odyuo as president, Senbeni as vice president, Nchumthung Odyuo as general secretary among 10 other office bearers and 3 women coordinators. Meanwhile, general secretary Nchumthung Odyuo has expressed gratitude to Ringo Odyuo for his generous contribution to the union during the general session.
SGWS meeting: Sukhalu Ghami Welfare Society (SGWS) has convened an emergency meeting at the residence of H. Visheto Yepthomi at 2pm on January 15 at Thahekhu village Dimapur.
DSVU fetes: Dimapur Sitimi Village Union has felicitated SDO PWD (R&B) Khevito chishi on his promotion to executive engineer PWD (R&B). The union wished him success in his future endeavors.
AGEI, WMC convention: Assemblies of God of East India, Women Missionary Council (AGEI, WMC) would hold its convention for Wokha section from January 14 to 16 at Mungya A.G Church. The convention would be held on the theme ‘Arise, arise Deborah’ wherein speakers would be general superintendent AGEI Rev. Moses Murry, superintendent Nagaland district Rev. Dr. T. R.Angami, and women coordinator AGEI Esther Murry. Choirs would be from Assembly of God Churches Chukitong and Wokha town, council added.
GYCD meeting: Gorkha Youth Club Dimapur (GYCD) has convened a meeting on January 16 at 1pm at Signal Ram colony Dimapur. All office bearers and units of the club have been requested to attend the meeting.
CSDD corrigendum: Press secretary, Consumer Society Dimapur District (CSDD) Pradip Sethi, in a release, has regretted the publication that appeared on January 10 under the heading, ‘CSDD appeals CS’ whereby due to clerical error the name of general secretary CSDD Khekivi Z. Wotsa was wrongly mentioned as president CSDD. Sethi further rectified that the name T. Hetoyi Yeptho should read as president CSDD and not as published earlier.
Assistants training under directorate of treasuries and accounts: Joint director P. Yilobemo Lotha informed that treasuries and accounts, training institute Purana bazaar Dimapur would be organizing short term training programme for assistants of the directorate on ROP-2010/pension/MACP/promotion from January 11 to 20. Assistants nominated by their directorate have been asked to attend the training.
TSU 49th annual session: Tsopo Students’ Union (TSU) held its 49th annual session-cum-election of new office bearers. The new team of office bearers would be led by T. Wobemi Tsopoe as president, Mhonlumo N. Tsopoe as general secretary, and V. Tsenlamo Jungio as finance secretary for the tenure 2011-12 (golden jubilee year).
Ao and English Bibles on sale: Ao and English Bibles, Bible cover, different types of Ao and English books and CDs/DVDs are on sale at the New Year Mela and Special Handloom Expo at local ground Kohima. In this regard, the Christian Literature Ministry of Nagaland has requested general public to come forward and avail the opportunity.
Mon DPDB meeting: Mon DPDB meeting to deliberate on Republic Day programme would be held on January 17 at the conference hall of DC, Mon. In this connection DPDB members and all members have been requested to attend the meeting.
NBYF golden jubilee: Ngozubomi Baptist Youth Fellowship (NBYF) would be celebrating golden jubilee on January 14-16 on the theme “Shine out of Darkness”. Main speakers are, Rev. Ghokuto Chishi, Rev, Kughato, I. Hetoli Chishi, Hoshimu Aomi, and Hukiye Tissicca, Aomi Naga Construction, will be gracing the cultural program. All villagers and well wishers have been requested to attend the jubilee celebration.
Nepali cultural and talent show: Nepali cultural and talent show will be held on January 17 and 18 at 4pm at Nepali Ground Chandmari Kohima. The show is organized by Ken High School, Sikkim. Entry would be free.
Purse, driving license, PAN Card found: A brown purse containing some cash, driving license and PAN Card bearing the name of one Riamroi Akham was reportedly found by a passerby in Keziekie locality, Kohima. The rightful owner may claim the same from Nagaland Post, Kohima Bureau office, Old NST.
Miracle Theological College lauds: The board of directors, staff and students of Miracle Theological College, Seithekiema congratulated Rev. Dr. Pelhoubeilie Mor on being conferred degree of Doctor of Education (D. Ed) by Senate of International Association for Theological Accreditation (IATA).
State BJP attends national executive meet: Members of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Nagaland unit led by its president M. Chuba Ao, general secretary Yambos Murry and secretary Sunder Jain attended the party’s national executive meeting held at Guwahati, Assam. During the meeting, Chuba Ao raised various development projects for inclusion in party programme, particularly for Nagaland state. Meanwhile, a Naga cultural troupe also performed indigenous presentations at the programme. The national executive meet was a first of its kind to be held in the north east region.
Application forms for IPRM extended: The last date for issue and submission of application forms for IPRM course on retail management to be conducted by Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Shillong has been extended to January 27 and 28. Athili Kathipri, additional director HoD, directorate of technical education informed that written test would be conducted on January 31 from 10 am to 12 noon at the Institute of World Languages (previously Kohima College) and interview will be held on February 1.
3 injured in accident: Three persons suffered minor injuries while the rest escaped unhurt after a bus collided head on with a truck along NH 29 between Chumukedima police check post and TL Angami Park on Wednesday morning. According to police sources, the bus (NL06B 0227) coming down from Chathe towards Dimapur collided with the truck (NLO5A 5579) which was reportedly over speeding. (Staff Reporter)
SCERT on primary teacher recruitment
KOHIMA: The State Council of Educational Research & Training (SCERT) Nagaland informed that candidates who have successfully completed PSTE course and B. Ed course are eligible to sit for primary teacher recruitment examination. In a release the SCERT notified all DEOs to submit application with photos to obtain their admit cards. DEOs have been asked to collect admit cards and other confidential papers from SCERT on January 17 or 18 positively.
Applications with incomplete/incorrect documents are liable to be disqualified even after the written examination, added SCERT.
ANTA Zbto unit alleges assault by police
DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Taxi Association Zunheboto unit has accused Kohima police of assaulting one of its members on January 10 morning at Chephopozu check gate without any rhyme or reason and forced to take off his clothes. While condemning the incident, the unit urged the authorities concerned to investigate the matter and punish the guilty personnel. The unit also cautioned that they would not be held responsible for any consequences that may arise from the incident.
Meanwhile, dismissing any reports of assault, SDPO Kohima maintained that the driver had crossed the check gate which led to a verbal duel. He further clarified the issue had cropped up because of a misunderstanding between the personnel manning the check gate and the driver.
ARSU general session
KIPHIRE: Amahator Range Students Union (ARSU) held its 15th general session on the theme “Zenith Achievement” from January 5 to 7 at Changchor village. C. Kipili Sangtam MLA, chairman NSMDC and chairman DPDB Kiphire was the chief guest.
The session was marked by various sports, cultural and literary events. ARSU also organized a workshop on “Role of Village Education Committee” with Kirithong ADC (SSA) DMA Kiphire as resource person. During the session, the union also inducted its new office bearers for the tenure 2011-2012 led by A.K Sangtam as president, Achum Thong as vice president, Thsachum as general secretary and Albert as assistant general secretary, Chumlongse and Lipongse as executive chairman and executive secretary respectively.
Meanwhile, the union has extended gratitude to chief guest, resource persons, institutions, individuals etc., for their support through prayer and financial aid in making the session a grand success.
SASU annual session concludes
KIPHIRE, Jan 12 (NPN): The three day16th annual session of Seyochung Area Students’ Union concluded on January 5. MLA & Chairman NSMDC C. Kipili Sangtam graced the session as chief guest.
In his address, Kipili exhorted the students by stating there is no substitution to hard work. He remarked that human development takes place when there is sound social and economic infrastructure. He exhorted the public to be honest in whatever developmental works one takes up under any government sanctioned schemes.
Citing examples of the past, he appreciated the efforts of those who worked hard to be at par with the rest of the society. Further, he discouraged the students’ to keep away from politics, and further advised to have a vision to achieve their goal.
He also donated Rs.50000, twelve pairs of jerseys, gold plated cup, sports goods towards the union, Rs.15000 towards the host village, and Rs.5000 each for the dance troupes.

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