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Published on 14 Apr. 2011 12:18 AM IST
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AISGDF awareness programme: An awareness programme on public safety and proper maintenance/safeguarding of government machineries will be held on April 30 at Wokha during the 4th session conference of All Nagaland Government Drivers’ Association (ANGDA). The awareness programme is a country-wide drive being organized by the All India State Government Drivers Federation.
KBCK silver jubilee: Khiamniungan Baptist Church Kohima (KBCK) would be celebrating silver jubilee on April 16 and17 on the theme “Give praises unto Him”. Speakers for the jubilee are Rev. Dr. Anjo Keikung, general secretary NBCC, Rev. B. Pinglang, executive secretary Khiamniungan Baptist Churches Association, Rev. N. Pomo, evangelist, Nagaland Mission Movement, Rev. B. Chillia, pastor, Longdon Town Baptist Church. Churches from Khiamniungan Baptist Churches Association India and Myanmar would attend the celebration.
Lost and found: A watch was found on April 9 at the weekly market, 7th mile, Dimapur. Rightful owner have been informed to contact 9863238131 and claim the watch.
Disconnection of power supply: Nagaland Electrical Field Work Association (NEFWA), Wokha zone has informed that due to non-payment of electricity bill, the power supply (electric) of SPM villages under electrical sub-division Sanis of Wokha district namely Akuk, Mekokla and Pyochu villages have been disconnected from the main source with effect from April 11. In a press statement Yenavungo Tsopoe, general secretary NEFWA Wokha zone said the power supply would be kept disconnected till all pending bills are cleared.
Fishing, hunting banned in Wokha village area: Wokha Village Youth Organisation (WVYO) has enforced ban on hunting of wild animals with effect from April to September and also prohibited use of poisonous chemicals while fishing within the village jurisdiction. Nongothung Murry, secretary information and publicity WVYO in a press statement said any person found violating the norms would be dealt seriously as per the rules and regulations laid down by the union. The organization further requested the people residing in the village area to cooperate with the organization.
Physical verification of pensioners: All pensioners (both live and family) drawing pension from the treasury office, Longleng have been informed that physical verification would be held from May 4 to 10 at Treasury Office Longleng during normal office hours. All pensioners have been requested to appear for the physical verification.
CSU executive meeting: Chudi Students’ Union (CSU) has convened its 2nd executive meeting on April 19, 3pm at the residence of Longshibemo Jungio, Blue Hill Colony, Wokha.
NPBCA executive committee meeting: The executive committee meeting of Nagaland Police Baptist Churches Association (NPBCA) has been convened on April 19 and 20 at NPBCA Mission compound. All executive committee members have been requested to reach the location on April 19 at 4pm and pastors to reach the location on April 19 at 9am to attend the Biblical financial training. Further members of the ordained ministers have been requested to reach the location on April 18 evening to attend the ordination board meeting scheduled on April 19 at 7am.
CTC one mushrooming of unions: Chumukedima Town Council (CTC) has informed that no union from outside Chumukedima would be allowed to interfere in any manner within its jurisdiction or would be allowed to form without the prior consent of the council. In a press statement Thepfulhoutuo Shuya, chief advisor CTC said the council has observed that many ‘unscrupulous’ unions from other towns have been randomly collecting membership fees and other taxes in and around Chumukedima area which is destroying the peaceful atmosphere of Chumukedima. Affirming no unions would be allowed to form outside, CTC informed violator (s) would be doing so at their own risk and that the council would not be responsible for any eventuality that may arise in this regard.
District level resource persons training: The Nagaland institute of health environment and social welfare, Kohima would be organizing a district level resource persons training on the 19th National Children’s’ Science Congress 2011 at Greenwood Hr. Sec School, Nagarjan, Dimapur on April 15 at 9am on the focal theme: Land Resources - use for prosperity and save for posterity. Dr. A. K. Goswami, scientist and former chairman, NCSTC-Network, New Delhi would be the chief guest Santu Thapa, state co-ordinator NCSC, NIHESW, Kohima; Vitsu Yhome, programme officer, ENVIS Centre, Kohima and Rongsenkumla, Bio-Tech officer, DNA-Teri, NIHESW, Kohima as the resource persons.
ASU 24th biennial general conference: The 24th biennial general conference of Angami Students’ Union (ASU) was held from April 8 to 10 at Sovima village and attended by thousands of delegates from different Angami villages. Meanwhile, ASU publicity committee has expressed gratitude to Sovima village for hosting the conference, Commandant 11th IR, Commandant 13th IR, Police central store Chumukedima and 20 Assam Rifles for their assistance.
Inauguration of EAC Hq Saptiqa: The headquarters of the extra assistant commissioner (EAC), Saptiqa would be inaugurated on April 20, 10am. Ministers G. Kaito Aye and Doshehe Y. Sema would be the chief guest and guest of honour respectively. All officers, Church leaders, public leaders, government servants, neighbouring villagers and well wishers have been requested to attend the function.
FGN Sumi region emergency meeting: FGN Sumi region has convened an emergency meeting on April 16. All Leacys, Razou Peyus and Khapurs gave been requested to attend the meeting.
Advocacy on AIDS: Care and Support Society Mokokchung would be organizing one day advocacy on AIDS supported by Legislators’ Forum on AIDS, (LFA) Nagaland on April 15, from 10am at Zulutemba Memorial Hall, Longchem. Er. T. Saku Aier, parliamentary secretary for housing and sericulture would be the guest speaker.
Interview for teachers in Wokha: Interview for primary school teachers and graduate teachers, oral interview for Wokha district candidates would be held on April 14, 10 am at DC’s conference hall. The interview would commence with primary school teachers followed by graduate teachers as per sequence of sl. no. in the notification of result. All the candidates are directed to produce their original documents from HSLC onwards and written admit cards.
Kohima GBs informed: All Gaon Buras (GBs) under Kohima Sadar administrative circle KMC areas and Kohima/Chedema/Chedema model village have been informed to personally collect the commission on annual house tax submitted for the year 2010 - 2011 in the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Kohima during office hours within June 30.
Watsu Mungdang general conference: The 18th general conference of Watsu Mungdang on the theme “Conquer your field” would be held on April 14 and 15 at Town Hall, Mokokchung. The main speakers during the two day conference would be Lithrongla G. Chishi, deputy commissioner Mokokchung, Prof. Alemla Ao SASRD NU, Medziphema and Dr. Imsutoshi Jamir, Asso. Professor ETC, Jorhat.
Power effected in parts of Tuensang: The 500KVA, 33/ .04 KV transformer at Power House, Tuensang has been damaged on April 12 and as a result, power supply to parts of DC Hill, BOC area, post office colony, power house and its surrounding areas has been disrupted. Tuensang Executive Engineer, Electrical Division, Tiameren Walling informed that the department is putting in its best for early restoration of power. The department has requested public and consumers to bear with the inconvenience.
YAN meeting: The Youth Association of Nagaland (YAN) has informed all the Dimapur colonies youth organization president, secretary and representatives to attend the meeting on April 16, 2pm at YAN office to discuss the important issues and upcoming event.
DC Wokha clarifies: In connection with office order on March 26 pertaining to election of village council, DC Wokha Rovilatuo Mor has clarified that the date should be read as March 26. DC also added that other terms and conditions of the order would remain the same.
5 injured in accident
Staff Reporter
DIMAPUR, APR 13 (NPN): Five persons were injured, while three of them seriously injured when the Tata Sumo in which they were traveling collided with a tipper truck on Wednesday evening near Shukovi. According to police, the Tata Sumo, NL01T 2539, was coming down from Peren to Dimapur when the collusion took place, injuring all the passengers inside the Sumo. All the injured has been admitted to Civil hospital, Dimapur.
One injured
Staff Reporter
DIMAPUR, APR 13 (NPN): One person was seriously injured when the scooter, NLH 7186, in which he was traveling skidded off the road on Wednesday afternoon at Jharnapani.
Informing about the incident, traffic police SI Aris Lotha told that the victim has been identified as Paras Nath Barfani from the PAN card which was recovered from his possession. He also added that the victim was a diabetic patient which was confirmed by the medicines found in the victim’s scooter.
Workshop for school teachers
DIMAPUR: A 17-days workshop for school teachers on the “Role of Puppetry in Education” organized by the Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT) in collaboration with NEZCC began on April 13 at NEZCC Complex.. The workshop was inaugurated by Som Kamei, IPS, director NEZCC.

 
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