KVC informs: Kohima Village Council (KVC) has informed that the misunderstanding which cropped between the Kohima Village Youth Organization and Niepusilie, ex director School Education Nagaland has been amicably solved by the council on April 26. The misapprehension surfaced after the former indicted Niepusilie of cutting trees from the official quarter of the director of school education, Nagaland. This was informed in a press statement issued by Vilhouzhalie, chairman KVC.
PVSU emergency meeting: An emergency meeting of PVSU has been convened on May 7, 10am at the union’s office, Pangti village. All executives have been requested to attend the meeting, failing which, absentees would be held responsible for any untoward incident.
Mass social work: Benreului Kangbau Dimapur (BKD) would be organizing a mass social work on April 30, 6am at BKD plot Nagarjan, opposite Kuda Baptist Church. All have been requested to attend the social work and to bring along spade, sack and other equipments.
DEO Dimapur inform: District Education Officer (DEO), Dimapur has informed all government and private schools that school children must use canvas instead of other shoes. This was informed in a press note issued by Asono Ndang, DEO Dimapur.
NCYO social work: New Colony Youth Organization (NCYO), Purana Bazar, east Dimapur would be organizing a social work in the colony on April 30 at 5:30am. All executives, advisors and youth have been requested to attend the social work.
DSO on affidavit of birth/death certificates: District Statistical Officer (DSO), Dimapur has notified those availing certificates below one year of birth or death that the affidavit should be duly signed either by notary public or first class magistrate or deputy commissioner or judicial additional deputy commissioner. Those availing birth or death certificates should be a resident of Dimapur district and that their present and permanent address should be mentioned in the affidavit, added DSO.
Shillong education guide available: The Kyong Ekhae Ekhung Shilong (KEES) has informed that the hand book which was released on April 25 entitled “Shillong Education Guide” would be available at Nagaland Book House, PR Hill & Bamboo Shoot Hotel Old NST, Kohima; OM Book Stall near City Tower and Modern Book Depot Church Road, Dimapur and Modern Book House, opposite SBI Wokha respectively. For further information to contact Nyanbemo Tsopoe-9612645047, Mhonrhumo Ezung-9863500972 and Benthungo-9089411749.
Information for NSUI presidents: All district NSUI presidents have been informed to submit details of the district and the constituency office bearers list to the state office on or before May 7 during office hour or through fax 0370-2291367. Toshiho Sheqi, general secretary (Adm.) NSUI Nagaland further informed to contact president or general secretary (Adm.) NSUI Nagaland for more details.
Child protection seminar: The education and communication department of Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) in collaboration with the Office of the Child Protection (OCP) of the Church of Christ in Thailand (CCT) would be organizing child protection seminar from May 3 to 5 at NBCC conference hall, Kohima. All participants have been requested to arrive within 9am to 10am and to bring along `200 as registration fee.
ZTC inform medicine sellers: Zunheboto Town Council (ZTC) has informed all medical whole sellers and pharmacies to print cash memos on or before May 20 and also requested all customers to insist for cash memo while purchasing medicines. The council in a press note issued by Huskha Yepthomi, chief advisor ZTC has further asked all grocery shops, meat and fish stalls to install computerized weighing machine on or before May 20.
JSM Lokti Senden: The 38th Lokti Senden of Japu Senso Mongdang (JSM) has been convened on May 3, 10am at Japu village community hall. All bonafide citizens of Japu village from different units have been requested to attend the meeting. Further all executive members of JSM have been informed to reach Mongdang’s treasurer on May 2 at 6pm.
PWD sub-divisional officers meet: A consultative meeting of PWD sub-divisional officers has been convened on May 13, 11am at Hotel Saramati, Dimapur. All the PWD sub-divisional officers who are not yet regularized and working under various departments in the state have been requested to attend the meeting.
SVSU new team: Sungkha Village Students’ Union (SVSU) in a meeting held on April 23 has elected a new team of office bearers led by Edward as president and Lichumthung Humtsoe as general secretary. The union further informed the remaining posts would be inducted in the next executive meeting.
KAE clarifies: Kohima Akuk Ekhung (KAE) has clarified that the news item which appeared on April 25 in this local daily, ‘felicitating the newly elected chairman of Akuk village’ was misleading and baseless. KAE further said it had no knowledge about the release. Ntsuthung Tungoe, chairman KAE has asked for clarification from the responsible person (s) who issued the article within two days and further said that failing which, KAE would not be held responsible for any consequences in future.
Grade IV aggrieved employees Wka meeting: The Grade IV aggrieved regular employees under the establishment of CMO office Wokha has convened a meeting on May 6, 10am at government rest house, near Mother Church, Wokha. All those receiving salary at present also have been requested to attend the meeting.
Oriental College inform students: Oriental College Kohima principal, Dr. Ketshukietuo Dzüvichü has informed all degree I and II exam appeared students of the college to report to the college on May 2, 1pm for a meeting with the principal. Action would be taken against students failing to appear for the meeting, added the release.
GPRN/NSCN UT-1 recover stolen bike: The GPRN/NSCN UT-1 authorities on Thursday informed a stolen bike (Bajaj Pulsar - red colour) bearing Engine No.DJGBRG92205 and Chassis No. MD2DHDJZZR0873924 has been recovered. With regard to this, the UT-1 authorities informed responsible owner to claim the bike by producing original documents from its office within seven days.
R. Mhathung assigned as nodal officer for micro-observers: Deputy commissioner and returning officer, Lithrongla G. Chishi has designated R. Mhathung, assistant election officer and assistant returning officer, Mokokchung as nodal officer for micro-observers to handle logistic and deployment related tasks of micro-observers during bye-election to 26-Aonglenden A/C.
Seminar on entrepreneurship cum general consultative meet: Youth Association of Nagaland (YAN) would be organizing a seminar on entrepreneurship cum general consultative meet on May 13 at IMC hall Dimapur, under the theme ‘unleashing entrepreneurship’. All unit and sub-unit colony/sector youth organization has been requested to submit list of ten representatives for the seminar to YAN office or DDYCC before May 5.
Kuroiler chicks for sale: Nagaland Livestock Development Board (NLDB), Kohima has informed backyard poultry farmers that one month old Kuroiler chicks vaccinated against various diseases are available for sale at poultry farm, Medziphema and Kohima. Interested farmers or individuals have been requested to contact Dr. B. Lama, senior farm manager i/c poultry farm Kohima and Medziphema NLDB Kohima during office hours.
One commits suicide: Police on Thursday recovered a dead body, believed to have committed suicide by hanging himself with rope below Lalmati area on National Highway. Police said the victim was identified as one Bhim Bahadur aged around 31 and a migrant labour. The body was later handed over to Nepali community.
SCC grateful: Sumi Council Chumukedima (SCC) has expressed gratitude to government of Nagaland for promoting A. Atoho Achumi as executive engineer (Power) and Jenmai Konyak as inspector (Officer-in-Charge) West Police Station, Dimapur.