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Published on 27 Mar. 2011 12:22 AM IST
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DC Wokha for peaceful village council election

DIMAPUR: In connection with forthcoming village council election, land issues and other issues in Wokha district, a joint coordination meeting of Wokha district administration, police, Kyong Hoho, GB, association, Kyong Students’ Union, Kyong Eloe Hoho was convened by deputy commissioner Wokha Rovilatuo Mor on March 26.
According to Rovilatuo Mor, the house deliberated on pros and cons of council selection and appealed for free, fair and peaceful formation of the council in the interest of the public.
Further, the deputy commissioner appealed for non-interference from outside elements such as political parties and national workers.
MSU firm on ‘No Work No Pay’ implementation
DIMAPUR: Morakjo Students Union (MSU) has affirmed to implement ‘No Work No pay’ within its jurisdiction.
The Morakjo Students Union has appealed all heads of department to be fair and effective in their role and also urged all government employees of Morakjo village to be sincere and punctual in their work. Further, Morakjo Students Union president Likao and general secretary Nchumthung informed that attendance of government employees would be conducted and for which, the union has sought support from bureaucrats.
Change of billing system in Mkg
DIMAPUR: As decided between the ward authority and power department in Mokokchung, the billing system under Urban Electricity Management Board (UEMB) has been changed to SPM billing as per model rule.
Executive engineer electrical division, Mokokchung, Er. K.K Awomi informed the power department Mokokchung initiated segregation work for different ward under UEMB Mokokchung and that SPM billing would be served to UEMB where ever segregation work was completed.
All consumers under Mokokchung town, including government consumers have been requested to take note of the changes and accept the new bills as and when served by the department, UEMB.
Ban on hunting at Peren appreciated
DIMAPUR: ‘Reach Out’, Peren has lauded the district administration for the much needed mass awareness created in every nook and corner of Peren district for preserving wildlife and maintaining ecological balance.
The organization stated that ever since deputy commissioner, Peren, Khrienuo C. Metha issued an order banning wildlife hunting in Peren district in October last, there has been a sharp decline in hunting wildlife and that sale of wildlife and venison in local market has been discontinued since the past few months.
While assuring its continued cooperation and support in this noble effort, the organization also congratulated deputy commissioner, Peren, Khrienuo, C. Metha and all other officers who have taken the initiative to preserve and conserve wild life in the district, and also public leaders, village councils, youth leaders, local NGOs and individuals who have responded responsibly to this order.
Irregular power at Satoi
DIMAPUR: Satoi Range Students’ Union (SRSU) has expressed disappointment over irregular power supply at Satoi area under Zunheboto district.
According to the union president Vika Ayemi, consumers at Satoi area not only face hardship due to frequent power black out in the area, but have to face the brunt of the “lone untrained employee” at Satoi town headquarter.
Stating that citizens of the area have been facing power cuts for the past days and years, appealed the department in-charge to deploy a trained employee at Satoi area to oversee the situation at Satoi town.
The union also cautioned the department would be held responsible if its fails to look into issue and in the event of unwanted situation.
EUUN emergency meeting: An emergency meeting of Educated Unemployed Union Nagaland (EUUN) has been convened on April 4, 10am at its head office, opposite Census Office, Rokabozou, High School Road, Kohima. All office bearers have been requested to attend the meeting.
Cutting and tailoring training: Functional manager, sub-DIC, Tseminyu has informed candidates that application forms for nine months cutting and tailoring course should be submitted before April 13. Interview would be conducted on April 15, 10am at sub-DIC office Tseminyu. Candidates have been requested to bring along their class VIII pass certificates along with two passport photos. Selected candidates would be awarded a monthly stipend of Rs.500 during training period where training would be purely for self-employment with no guarantee for government job on completion of the training, added the manager.
DSSU executive meeting: Dimapur Sumi Students’ Union (DSSU) has convened an executive meeting on March 28, 10am at its banker’s residence at Nuton basti. All executive members have been requested to attend the meeting.
SBAK mission consultation: Sumi Baptist Akukuhou Kiiqhakulu (SBAK) Nito Mount Zunheboto would be organizing mission consultation from April 8-10 at Xuivi Baptist Church under the theme ‘How can they hear if the gospel is not proclaimed?’. SBAK in this regard has requested all local Churches to send five delegates to attend the conference.
ITC 3rd convocation: Imlong Theological College (ITC) held its 3rd convocation on March 25 with L Ongmang, executive secretary as guest speaker. The graduation theme was ‘A year of harvest’. Four students graduated in diploma in G. Th.
PPVC new office bearers: Padum Pukhuri Village Council (PPVC) elected a new team of council of members headed by Vitoka Katty as council chairman and Sanjay Kachari as council secretary for the tenure 2011-16. Further, the council chairman has expressed gratitude to all council members, GBs and public in general for their unending support.
ANSTGA emergency meeting: All Nagaland Small Tea Growers’ Association (ANSTGA) has convened an emergency meeting on March 29, 10am at its head office Darogapathar 2 ½ mile Dimapur. All district unit president and secretary have been requested to attend the meeting.
LPG safety clinic: M/S Sato gas agency would be organizing an LPG safety clinic on March 28, 9am at Panchayat hall, Kuda village Nagarjan. All customers have been requested to attend the clinic.
Aid to fire victim: St. Mary’s Montessori School donated a sum of Rs.2000 and books to Vikash Jaiswal, a class-VII student in St. Mary’s Montessori School who lost everything in recent the inferno on March 21.
RJD Nagaland welcomes BSP member: Rashtriya Janata Dal, Nagaland state has welcomed I Temsu Jamir, secretary state Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Nagaland state for joining the RJD party.
WSBAK revival hour telecast: Sumi Baptist Akukuhou Kuqhakulu (WSBAK) revival hour held at Zutoi Baptist Church from February 4-6 programme would be telecast on March 28 and 30, 5pm to 7pm at Global Chapter and on March 29 and 31, 5pm to 7pm at City Cable. Further, WSBAK informed that DVDs would also be available at Christian literature centre, Nyamo Lotha road, Dimapur.
Seminar on Red Cross movement and basic first aid: Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) Zunheboto district would be organizing a seminar on Red Cross movement and basic first aid on March 29, 10am at deputy commissioner conference hall, Zunheboto. T Kiheto Sema, deputy commissioner and chairman IRCS Zunheboto district would be the chief guest. Dr. Hokishe Sumi, deputy CMO and managing committee and K. Sekhamo ADC planning and former secretary IRCS Phek would be the resource persons. All invitees and managing committee members have been requested to attend the seminar. Further student delegates from Government College and Nito theological college Zunheboto have been requested to participate in the seminar.
GPS Ruchan village inaugurated: The newly established GPS Ruchan village was inaugurated on March 10 with N Marius Yanthan, DIS Bhandari, speaking on the occasion. He encouraged the village community to extend cooperation with the department for the up-lift of the school. Meanwhile, the villagers expressed gratitude to DIS Bhandari and area SIS-cum-coordinator (SSA) EBRC Bhandari for opening the school through their initiation. Further, the villager has brought to the notice of education department that no teachers have been recruited against the school till date. In this connection, the council urged the department to recruit teachers for smooth functioning of the school.
ATMA farm school at Aboi: ATMA, Mon Chen block inaugurated a farm school on March 21 at Aboi. The program was chaired by Ngepthrei, president Valley View SHG, who also addressed the gathering with a welcome speech while, Rev. Sosang, Pastor, Ao fellowship Aboi said the invocation. Kerimenla Lemtur, SMS (Horti) KVK and BTT Convener, ATMA briefed on the present scenario of ATMA in the state and the purpose of establishing a farm school, while Lamlen, assistant teacher and president KNSK Aboi spoke on the impact of various extension activities carried under ATMA in the block. She also called for more co-operations between the extension workers and the farmers.
19th A/C NPF Phek meeting held: NPF 19th A/C Phek held its meeting on March 24 at Sekruzu town. The meeting was attended by 19th A/C office bearers, women wings, youth wings, all village units office bearer, NPF senior leaders and elders. The village unit presidents who spoke at the meeting, appreciated DAN government for the development under the leadership of Neiphiu Rio, chief minister. Further, Besupra, PS to minister health & family welfare, Nagaland and Api Vadeo president 19th A/C welcomed Civotso of T Tsuse village, a veteran Congressmen who resigned and joined the NPF party. The meeting concluded by resolving to support Kuzholuzo (Azo Nienu) in the coming general election.
Fourth phase teachers training held: EBRC Watiyim fourth phase of teachers training was held from March 21 to 25 at Watiyim village, under Mokokchung district based on New Pedagogy, TLM, skills of teaching, RTE. The training was conducted by Toshimenba, EBRC coordinator with resource persons, Vishito assistant coordinator, Yarchuba TOT, Merenlila TOT and Moasunep TOT.
Recruitment rally kicks off at Zbto: Army recruitment rally which was scheduled to be held from March 24 began at public ground Zunheboto. The recruitment is being held under the given categories i.e. class 10+2 for clerical staff and class 8 passed for soldier (GD). On March 24 approximately 1700 youth took part in the rally, whereas on March 25, around 1500 participated in the rally.

 
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