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Published on 9 Mar. 2011 1:35 AM IST
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ANTA Kma unit meet: Joint meeting of All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA) Kohima unit has been convened on March 10, 8am at union office HQ Kohima.
CTC Joint checking at National Highway 29: Chumukedima Town Council (CTC) would be conducting a joint checking at National Highway and within CTC jurisdiction on March 21 at 7am. All advisory members, GBs and ward conveners have been requested to assemble at 6:30am at Chumukedima town council.
KSON meeting: Kuki Students’ Union Nagaland (KSUN) has convened a meeting on March 11, 3pm at the office Hq at Athibung Peren district, Nagaland. All unit chairmen and secretary have been requested to attend the meeting.
ANTA Zunheboto district annual picnic cum general meeting: All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA) Zunheboto district would be organizing an annual picnic cum general meeting on March 18 at Aghunato road Tizu Bridge. All taxi drivers have been requested to attend the meeting. Further, ANTA, Zunheboto district informed that no taxi service would be available on March 17 and 18, and warned those found plying would be penalized as per the rules of the union.
NASU general meeting: Niuland Area Students’ Union (NASU) has convened a general meeting on March 12, 2pm at the residence of its banker. All office bearers, advisors, auditors, building construction committee have been requested to attend the meeting.
DYC 6 Tening, 7 Peren A/C meeting: District Youth Congress has convened a meeting for 6 Tening and 7 Peren, Assembly Constituency, first phase meeting would held on March 14, 10am at the residence of Kevipele, Jalukie town. Second phase meeting would held at Tening town on March 16 at 11am. All AYC block and village unit presidents of youth wing have been requested to attend the meeting.
DDCF executive meeting: Dimapur District Citizen Forum (DDCF) has convened an executive meeting on March 12, 10am at Circuit House, Walford Dimapur. All presidents and chairmen have been requested to attend the meeting.
ANSKA emergency meeting: All Nagaland Shaolin Kung-Fu Association (ANSKA) has convened an emergency meeting on March 12, 11am at the residence of Neivo-o Soriinuo, Signal Angami, CM Colony Dimapur. All masters and office bearers have been requested to attend the meeting. For further information one may contact 9436071018, 9856513703 and 9856317575.
Tea grower’s appeal for release of subsidy: All Nagaland Small Tea Growers Association has appealed to the Tea Board for release of subsidy to the farmers. The association in a press release pointed out that the Tea Board has suddenly stopped paying subsidies since 2005 and even under the Eleventh five years plan not a single subsidy has been released. Pointing out many farmers have abandoned their jhum cultivation and taken up tea farming, ANSTA further asserted that the farmers were facing many hurdles in maintaining their farm due to non-payment of subsides by the Tea Board.
Hunting, fishing banned in NLVC: N. Longchum village council (NLVC) has prohibited hunting and fishing under its jurisdiction with effect from March 10 till October 31. Council chairman Yentsao Ovung notified that any poisonous chemicals in water and burning of jungle should be avoided as it threatened ecological imbalance. A fine of Rs.10, 000 would be imposed on defaulters besides hunting materials and other belongings confiscated, stated NLVC and added that stern action against defaulters.
KSU meeting: Kyong Students’ Union (KSU) has convened a meeting on February 11, 1 pm at its office, Wokha.
CCSU bans hunting: Confederation of Chang Students’ Union (CCSU) has banned all activities of hunting such as killing animals and birds, carrying of guns (intended for hunting) etc., within its jurisdiction w.e.f. March 1 to October 31. As per the resolution, CCSU stated defaulters would be imposed a fine of Rs.5000. This step according to CCSU has been taken to control unprecedented killings of wildlife animals and birds during the breeding season. All public within its jurisdiction have been asked to co-operate for smooth implementation of the resolution.
Water storage tank at Pangsha: A water storage tank at Pangsha, Tuensang district was inaugurated on March 3 by 1st Assam Rifles as part of DGAR Military Civic Action Project under the aegis of HQ 7 Sector AR. A gathering of approximate 100 people of Pangsha witnessed the inaugural function. The chairman, GBs and DBs of the Pangsha expressed gratitude the efforts of Assam Rifles in Pangsha, Tuensang.
Sümi Naga oral narratives documentary book: Indigenous Cultural Society Nagaland under the aegis of Government of India is releasing its third Sümi Naga oral narratives documentary book on March 12, 10am at the Conference hall, Indigenous Cultural Society, 2nd floor Jakhalu Building, City Tower Junction Dimapur. C.K. Nihekhu Sema deputy commissioner Longleng would grace the programme and also release the book titled ‘Sümi Naga Tishetiye Xülhe’ (Genealogical narratives of Sümi Naga).
Dimensions to launch 33rd publication: Som Kamei IPS, Director NEZCC will release ‘Idioms & Phrases’ - the 33rd publication of Dimensions Institute for Education and Research (DIER) on March 12 at 10.30am at Dimensions Naharbari Centre Dimapur. The book authored by Noel Manuel includes common idioms, phrases, jargons, confusing words and single descriptive words.
NSCN (I-M) discharge cadres: In pursuant to the recommendation of CAO, Komrem region, on March 3 and subsequent approval by the concerned authorities, the office of deputy secretary, MKA GPRN, L. V Amar has issued discharge order to 3 of its cadres on March 7. The discharged “national workers” from Komrem region on medical ground are T. Ashai, M. Ningthou and R. Kiran, “Khapurs” of Komren region. “The government” further acknowledged their service to the nation and wished them success in the days to come.
Free medical camp at Khukiye Lukhai village: 111 Bn BSF under its civic action programme organized a free medical camp at Khukiye Lukhai village, Zunheboto district on February 28. About 500 patients were treated by Dr. K Patowary, C1\1O and a team of in medical staff and free medicines were distributed to the needy patients. The medical camp was inaugurated by KH Nitovi Sema, commandant and attended by officers of the Battalion.

 
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