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Published on 27 Feb. 2011 12:47 AM IST
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CLP meeting: A meeting of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) has been convened on March 2, 2pm at the official residence of CLP leader and leader of opposition, Tokheho Yepthomi at Minister Hill, Kohima. Members have been requested to attend the meeting.
NSAMB 1st meeting: Nagaland State Agricultural Marketing Board (NSAMB) has convened its 1st meeting on March 2, 11am at Hotel Japfu conference hall. All the board members have been requested to attend the meeting.
Registered rural libraries informed: District Cultural Officer (DCO) has informed all registered rural libraries of Kohima district to collect library books for 2006-10 have been requested to collect two packages of books for each year from district cultural office, Kohima within one month.
PBUD inform butchers: Pork Butcher Union Dimapur (PBUD) has informed all pork butchers to sell meat at Rs.120 per kg using proper weighing scale. PBUD president further informed the public to contact union president at 09402433303 if any butchers are found selling at a high rate and not using proper weighing scale.
Water Supply to be disrupted: Water supply consumers of Purana Bazar area have been informed that water supply would be disrupted due to repair works being undertaken at the main pipeline with effect from February 28 till the work is finished. Informing this, executive engineer, T Imtiakum, PHE, Urban division Dimapur has requested the public to bear with the inconvenience.
BKD 1st executive meeting: Benreului Kangbau Dimapur (BKD) has convened its 1st executive meeting on March 5, 10am at the residence of Paukwerangbe Reunim, Burma camp. All the office bearers, advisors, colony executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
Appeal to GBs: GBs union Dimapur Sardar has appealed to all GBs under Dimapur Sadar to oversee that correct enumeration should documented before the final submission. The union also expressed appreciation to community monitors of Dimapur district for their commendable job and hoped Dimapur district enumeration would be the best census ever carried out.
NCSU to check on non-NCSU members: Nagaland contractors and suppliers (NCSU) union on February 23 resolved that all action committee members to present in the police project, Chumukedima on February 28 to check out non-NCSU members participating in the tender. The union also requested all heads of the departments to adhere to the resolution of NCSU as per the government standing order and requested NU, ICAR and CPWD to follow the order to maintain transparency and accountability.
SKK meet postponed: Sumi Aphuyemi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (SAKK) has informed all executives, advisors and action committee members of the SAKK that the meeting proposed for February 28 has been postponed till further notification.
Life formation school dedication: Life formation schools at Gaili village, Peren district was dedicated to on February 17 by Rev. N. Paphino, president NCRC. Dr. Putsato and his wife Jenny have completed their PH.D from Korea and the school would start with computer education, music, child care also language training.
AR donates chairs to GB court Wokha: The 41 Assam Rifles under HQ 5 Sector Assam Rifles of IGAR (North) presented plastic chairs to GB Court, Wokha on February 22 as part of Civic Action Project. The chairs were handed over by commandant, 41 Assam Rifles in a ceremony organized at GB Court.
New health card registration: ICICI Lombard GIC Ltd has informed all weavers and ancillary workers residing at Diphupar village and Dimapur to get new health card registration under Health Insurance Scheme (HIS) 2011-12, with registration fee of Rs.60 per family at Molung women and child welfare society office on March 1 at 10am.
House gutted in Noksen: A 90 year old was charred to death when a house belonging to a government teacher was burnt to ashes at Noksen town on February 24. According to Y. Lymba Chang of Noksen town, the fire broke out at around 7pm and lasted for two hours. All official documents and household items were completely destroyed by the fire.
New Chumu ‘B’ villagers asked to pay bills: All villagers of New Chumukedima ‘B’ village have been asked to clear electricity bills before March 31, submit yearly house tax for the year 2011 to the GB before March 15. Chairman of New Chumukedima ‘B’ in a press release further informed the villagers to donate reasonable amount to Khel BG, Chairman at the earliest for the removal of landslide on Agri-link within the village.
ANPWDFWA withdraw signatures: All Nagaland PWD Field Workers Association (ANPWDFWA) R&B and housing has withdrawn their signatures which were appended in a joint meeting held on July 13, 2010 for no objection in deduction of fixed pay enhanced salary of the employees on assurance of All Nagaland PWD Work-charge employees Association (ANPWDWCEA).
SRSU executive council meeting: Satoi range Students’ Union (SRSU) has convened an executive council meeting on February 27, 1pm at the residence of Kavito S Awomi, Supply colony, Dimapur.
NERC 2nd meeting of SAC: Nagaland Electricity regulatory Commission (NERC) Kohima has convened its 2nd meeting of State Advisory Committee (SAC) on March 11 at Hotel Japfu, Kohima.
NSDYO emergency meeting: Niuland Sub-Division Youth Organization (NSDYO) has convened an emergency meeting on March 5, 10am. All executive members and office bearers have been requested to attend the meeting.
13 AR celebrates raising day: The 13 Assam Rifles (AR) under HQ 5 sector Assam Rifles of IGAR (north), celebrated its 53rd raising day on February 15. According to defence release, the history of 13 Assam Rifles is replete with invaluable service in guarding North East frontiers, maintaining internal security and carrying out various civic action programmes since its raising at Gaya (Bihar) February 15, 1958. The unit continued to enjoy the confidence of the hill people and has excelled in all professional spheres, responding to the challenges with élan in a span of half a century.
IPPI second round in Zbto: In view of the second round of Intensified Pulse Polio Immunization (IPPI) slated to commence from February 27, chief medical officer (CMO) Zunheboto has informed all medical officers and staff under Zunheboto district to remain at their place of posting. CMO stated that no leave would be entertained during the period of second round of IPPI except on emergency medical cases.
SDO (C) Mkg inform public: Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil) and census charge officer Mokokchung Kesonyu Yhome IAS has informed citizens of Mokokchung town who have been inadvertently left out by census enumerators to approach the census cell in the office of DC Mokokchung at the earliest without delay for necessary action by the enumerators. It also stated that any claim for enumeration after March 5 would not be entertained as per the Census norms.
State NCP president appoints: State NCP president Neiba Ndang has appointed Hangau of Jalukie town as president of Peren district. Neiba further requested Hangau to take charge of the office and reconstitute the team at the earliest.
Pochury Region FGN discharge order: The Pochury Region FGN has suspended Wilson Katiry S/o Kekhwetelo of Matikhru village from the post of Razou Peyu Kamaleah Sub-Region for 6 (six) months due to violation of the region governmetnt resolution, misuse of power, corruption and defiling the office of Pochury Region FGN. The FGN further stated the suspension order would come into effect from February 24.
7th NITAT held
DIMAPUR: NIIT Dimapur Centre conducted the 7th National IT aptitude test along with 120 cities across the country. A list of ‘Promising IT professionals of the future’, including names of those with ‘Very High’ or ‘High IT Aptitude’ would be announced by NIIT and availed on www.niit.com/NITAT. This identified resource pool can be accessed by prospective employers including leading technology companies for their talent needs. NIIT would also award special recognition certificates to merit list candidates and encourage their pursuit of a career in IT. Toppers will also be invited to a special ‘placement fair’ at key locations, across the country. All candidates of 7th NITAT have been requested to collect their respective scorecards on March 11, 10am from the centre.
AR donate tanks to Pesao village
Dimapur: Two sintex tanks of 5000 ltr capacity each was inaugurated at Pesao village under Mon district on February 16 by 1 Assam Rifles as part of DGAR Civic Action Project under the aegis of Headquarter 7 Sector Assam Rifles. The people of Pesao Village expressed gratitude to 1 Assam Rifles for completing the project in short period of time.
NLSF flays Dmu admn
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Law Students Federation has criticized the Dimapur district administration for failing to strictly enforce 144 Cr PC at the conflict side between Jalukielo, Kakiho and K Xekiye village.
While alleging that many untoward incidents have taken place right under the nose of the administration, the federation pointed out that despite clamping of the curfew groups from the conflicting parties have been grouping around and which they added might led to an ugly situation. Meanwhile, the federation also appealed to all the conflicting parties to settle the issue amicably and urged them to approach competent authority for settling the issue.
BTSU reminder to BSNL
DIMAPUR: Bhandari Town Students’ Union (BTSU) has once again reminded BSNL to make available proper network in the area. Reiterating its earlier demand, BTSU stated that having made several appeals through the media, the department was yet to take any positive measures.
BTSU on their visit to BSNL service provider centre found that the generator could not run owing to dearth of fuel. Upon enquiry the union discovered that it was the authority who failed to supply sufficient fuel to run the generator. In this regard, the union has appealed to authority to look into the matter.
Meanwhile, BTSU also appealed the PHED to supply sufficient water to the area.
2 discharged from FGN
DIMAPUR: Federal Government of Nagaland (FGN) has issued the termination order of Nokching Chang and Aten Chang, existing “midan peyu” and regional secretary Chang region from February 5. FGN in a release stated the “kedaghe” in exercise of the provision of Article 104 of the “yezhabo” of Nagaland issued the discharge order of the duo for their involvement in anti-national activities. Meanwhile the public has been informed that as per the provision under part VII, Article 108 of “yehzabo”, B K Chang and Chingmak Chang were appointed as the new “midan peyu” and regional secretary of the Chang region.

 
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