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Feb 12:
Published on 13 Feb. 2011 12:22 AM IST
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TVC bans hunting and fishing
DIMAPUR: Tethuyo Village Council (TVC) has reiterated its stand on banning hunting and fishing within Tethuyo village to preserve its wildlife.
The resolution was reaffirmed by the council during its meeting on January 4. TVC further cautioned those caught violating the ban or carrying arms within the reserved area would be imposed fine of Rs.25,000 per head and dealt with strictly as per the rules of the council.
MSU plea for uninterrupted electricity
DIMAPUR: Expressing concern for students appearing their HSLC examination, Meluri Students’ Union (MSU) has appealed the department to provide uninterrupted power supply during HSLC/HSSLC examination in Meluri.
The union stated Meluri was the only HSLC centre for Pochury tribe with hundreds of students sitting for the exam, and urged the power department for regular supply of electricity.
Assam Rifles conduct medical camp at Thanamir
DIMAPUR: A free medical camp was organized by 7 Assam Rifles under 5 Sector Assam Rifles of IGAR (North) at Thanamir village of Kiphire district from February 4 to 6.
The team comprising of two doctors and para-medical staff from the unit conducted three-day camp in the remote area in close proximity with international border.
A few surrounding villages like Penkin were also covered and a total of 352 patients were examined and free medicines distributed.
The village elders expressed gratitude to Assam Rifles for the initiative and bringing services to their area and promised their continued support to the security forces.
Laymen’s Evangelical Fellowship meeting
Dimapur: Laymen’s Evangelical Fellowship International would hold a special evening meeting at State Academy Hall, Kohima from February 13 to 15. Global Evangelist, Dr. Joshua Daniel would be the speaker. The programme would be telecast in Naga Cable, Central Cable, Multi Channel and Crystal Cable every Sunday from 8am to 8:30am and 6pm to 6.30pm respectively in English and Nagamese.
Plea to install ATM booth in Wokha
DIMAPUR: Youth Association of Wokha District (YAWD) has appealed to the department in charge to establish another ATM Booth at Wokha.
According to YAWD president Mhonbemo N. Ngullie, Wokha town already has one ATM but cannot cater to its 40,000 citizens including various villages under Wokha district. YAWD in this regard has appealed for another ATM Booth at Wokha for smooth functioning of banking facilities in the district.
Bus service for NU, Lumami
DIMAPUR: Post Graduate Students’ Union (PGSU) Lumami (L) has informed all students that bus service would be provided from Mokokchung to Lumami on February 14 at 1pm, 3pm and 5pm. For further information, one may contact 9856435453.
DMSA emergency meeting: District Ministerial Staff Association (DMSA) of Land Records and Survey Nagaland, Dimapur has convened an emergency meeting on February 16, 10am at STI office, Purana bazaar.
LGOA executive meeting: Lotha Gazetted Officers’ Association (LGOA) has convened an executive meeting of all districts on February 16, 10:30am at the conference hall of Indian Red Cross Society building, Kohima.
LCCD council meeting: Landmark Colony Council Dimapur (LCCD) has convened a council meeting on February 17, 3:30pm at the residence of NM Ovung, banker and treasurer, Landmark colony. All the council members and GBs of the colony have been requested to attend the meeting.
TUD executive meeting: Tenyimi Union Dimapur (TUD) has convened an executive meeting on February 16, 8am at union’s office.
One conferred Ph. D: Rosaline Jamir has been declared provisionally qualified as Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D) in English under Nagaland University. The topic of the thesis ‘Romance of socialism and feminism in the poetic works of Temsula Ao, Monalisa Changkija and Robin S Ngangom’ was carried out under the supervision of Prof. NDR Chandra.
NASU assembly: The 2nd general assembly of the Northern Angami Students’ Union (NASU) will be held on March 5 at NAPO building Keziekie. All unit presidents and general secretaries have been asked to attend the assembly. For more information, one may contact NASU executive or Kelhouneiu Theunuo at 9774412415.
ISO 9001:2008 certification ceremony: ISO 9001:2008 certification ceremony of the Naga Hospital Authority, Kohima will take place on February 15, 11am. Minister for health and family welfare Küzholüzo Nienu would grace the occasion as the chief guest, and chaired by Menukhol John, commissioner & secretary health and family welfare.
YUK meeting: Yimchungru Union Kohima(YUK) will hold its general meeting on February 16,10 am at the residence of its treasurer, below Modern College, Kohima.
ERSU new team
DIMAPUR: Engalan Range Students’ Union (ERSU) has elected its new team of office bearers for the tenure (2011-13) with Elithung Tungoe as president, Myanthung Odyuo as vice-president, Nchumbemo Kithan as general secretary Lithungo Tungoe as finance secretary and James Odyuo as games and sports secretary. Further, ERSU has feted Subenthung Kithan for being elected as president of Kyong Students’ Union for the tenure of 2011-13.
LCC clarifies on child trafficker
DIMAPUR: Reacting to a press statement on child trafficking wherein one Mhalo Kithan was arrested on February 5, the Landmark Colony Council (LCC) Dimapur clarified that Mhalo Kithan was not a resident of PWD (Landmark colony) but a dependent of Libeni Lotha (mother of Mhalo) and a resident of PWD colony.
LCC chairman Tali Lemba and secretary Shikavi cautioned the accused who is a widow and whose case was already in judicial custody, that she would be expelled from the colony if caught trafficking children in future.
ENSF, PAK sympathize with Neiphiu Rio
DIMAPUR: Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) expressed sadness over the unfortunate fire incident on February 8 at chief minister official Residence Kohima. The Federation further conveyed sympathy to the chief minister, family members and staff.
Meanwhile, Pensioner Association Kiphire (PAK) has expressed sadness over the fire incident that engulfed the official residence of state chief minister on February 8 evening. The association, further conveyed solidarity to chief minister and his family.
Chumben, Pangnyu welcomed
DIMAPUR: The 9th Kohima Town A/C NPF with its MLA Dr. Nicky Kire, Chairman of NKVIB and advisor of music task force, welcomed the two NCP legislators Chumben Murry, minister of agriculture and Pangnyu Phom, parliamentary secretary for rural development with their supporters into the NPF party fold. The unit also welcomed Kohima district NCP president Keduopielie Sote and colleagues for joining NPF and extending its full support to 9th Kohima Town MLA, Dr. Nicky Kire in particular and the NPF in general.

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