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Published on 21 May. 2011 12:40 AM IST
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Leave for Tenyidie teachers: Directorate of School Education (DSE) has informed that all government Tenyidie language teachers serving in primary, middle, high and higher secondary school in Kohima, Phek, Dimapur and Peren districts would be granted 4 days duty leave w.e.f May 24-27 to enable them to participate in 41st Ura academy Tenyidie seminar from May 25-27 at Ura academy complex, Kohima.
DSIRD refresher’s course: Directorate of State Institute of Rural Development (DSIRD) Kohima would be organizing a refresher’s course for 5 BRGF district master trainers (ToT) from May 24-27. All ToTs of 5 BRGF district have been requested to attend the course and to report at SIRD on May 23. Accommodation will be provided by SIRD and asked to contact Dr. Phola Konyak, Director for further information.
KSCU freshers’ day: The 23rd annual fresher day of Khuzama Students’ Care Union (KSCU) would be held on May 22 at Khuzama Village Council Hall with Er. Neikerhe Thakro, junior engineer PWD (R&B) Kohima as chief guest.
VSU HSLC felicitation programme: Felicitation programme for HSLC successful candidates of Viswema Students’ Union will be held on May 21 at 10am at Viswema Community Hall. Vimhakhol Mekro, lecturer, department of Botany, Science College will be the resource person.
‘Holy land’ tour: The Rengma Baptist Church Kohima under Rev. Dr. Chen Rengma is organizing a Holy land tour to Israel, Jordan and Egypt from September 4-12. In a press release, Rev. Dr. Chen Rengma said the spiritual pilgrimage was designed to provide a Bible oriented journey. Interested people may contact him at 9436608478.
Dimapur Club meeting: Members of the Dimapur Club are reminded that a general body meeting will be held on May 21 (Saturday) at 4pm in the Club building. All members are requested to attend.
Longleng district level committee meeting: Meeting of district level committee members under prime minister’s new 15 point programme for the welfare of minorities has been re-scheduled on May 24,11a.m in the conference hall of the deputy commissioner Longleng. DC Longleng C.K Nihekhu Sema informed that the meeting was rescheduled since most of the committee members for Longleng district were absent on the said day.
Advocacy Campaign on HIV and AIDS : The NNP+ in collaboration with the Network of Tuensang District People Living with HIV and AIDS (NTDP+) through support from Legislators’ Forum on AIDS would be conducting an advocacy campaign on HIV and AIDS with the key stakeholders at Noksen on May 25, Town Hall, Noklak. Minister for soil & water conservation, land resources development P. Longon would grace the programme as guest speaker on the theme “Together we can!”. Key stakeholders from government departments and villages under Noklak sub division (ADC), health care providers, churches, civil societies, village councils, students and teachers, defence personnel, partner NGOs and media fraternity have been informed to attend the campaign.
VDB secretary Medziphema block general meeting: VDB secretary association, Medziphema block has convened a general meeting on May 21, 10am at CPO hall Chumukedima. All VDB secretaries under Medziphema block have been requested to attend the meeting.
NNC warns V Nagi: Central Executive Council members of NNC have warned V. Nagi not to use the name of NNC for his personal interest. Ministry of information and publicity, NNC in a press statement has asked Nagi to handover all NNC materials and documents within ten days with effect from May 20 and said that failing which action would be taken as per the law of the land. NNC has requested the general public not to deal in any matter with V. Nagi as he has been expelled and was no more a NNC member.
DC Zunheboto informs: Deputy Commissioner and District Election Officer, Zunheboto has informed that training would be held on May 25, 11am at conference hall of DC and DEO Zunheboto in connection with the implementation of EPIC and Photo Electoral Roll first phase of photography.
7th Mile village council informs: 7th Mile village council is undertaking construction works on the village main gate and has temporarily restricted plying of vehicles on it till the construction process was completed. The council further requested the public to cooperate with the council and also regretted for the inconveniences created.
LDSU caution gutkha sellers, consumers: Longkhim Division Students’ Union (LDSU) has warned all dealers and consumers of ‘gutkha’ and other related substances to keep away from Longkhim area. In a press release issued by C Yangtsaliba Sangtam, president LDSU said it would conduct surprise checking and if anyone was caught, the union would take stern action without any precautionary warning. Meanwhile, in order to ensure cleanliness within its jurisdiction, LDSU went for an inspection in all the villages under Longkhim area from May 14 to 16 and has expressed gratitude to all the federating units for their cooperation towards the union.
Dimapur BLOs asked to submit passport: All booth level officers (BLOs) under Dimapur district have been directed to submit two recent stamp size photos for preparation of identity cards which would be used for all electoral revision purposes on or before May 26. The passports are to be submitted to the office of the assistant election officer Khekugha Sema, Dimapur. Meanwhile, in connection with electors’ photography operation for preparation of photo electoral rolls, a meeting with sector GBs and chairman under Dimapur, sadar has been convened on May 24, 11 am in the conference hall of DC Dimapur.
KLEE general session: General session of Kohima Lotha Eloe Ekhung (KLEE) would be held on May 31, 10am at state academy hall, Kohima. Parliamentary secretary for irrigation & flood control, geology & mining & border affairs, Yanthungo Patton would grace the session as the chief guest. President KLEE, Arhoni Kikon has informed all Lotha women residing in the state capital to attend the session in traditional attire.
Tree plantation in Tseminyu: Tree plantation was organized by the Village Vision Cell (VVC) and sponsored by VDB Tseminyu village under the theme ‘Plant tree to save the earth’ on May 14. R. Khing, parliamentary secretary, horticulture was the chief guest. He encouraged the villagers to plant trees to be free from pollution and also for beautification of the village. The chief guest also donated 1000 orange saplings and 1000 silver oaks and pines during the tree plantation programme.

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