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Published on 24 May. 2011 11:57 PM IST
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ESSU meeting: Eastern Sumi student’s union (ESSU) has convened its first union assembly on May 31 at the banker’s office, Aghunato at 10am. All constituent units and subordinates have been requested to attend the assembly positively.
NAUKA general meeting: Nahorjan Ao Union Karbi Anglong (NAUKA) has convened a general meeting on May 28, 10am at the residence of the treasurer. All land owners of the area have been requested to attend the meeting and those failing to attend without proper reason have been directed to follow the meeting resolution.
Hohos condemn 5 AR raid: Maram Hoho, Thangal Hoho and general public of Senapati district have expressed resentment over the raid conducted at Maram – Thangal region office Senapati on May 29 by a team of 5 Assam Rifles led one Maj. Tripathi. Both the Hohos stated that when peaceful tranquility was prevailing in the area, the offensive attempt to provoke the situation has created fear in the minds of people that may ultimately lead to alienate general public from maintaining good relationship with “Friends of the Hills people”. The Hohos also urged all to maintain the essence of maturity and restrain in future as part of confidence building measure.
NCRC Gariphema prayer meeting: NCRC of Gariphema village has convened a meeting and prayer fasting at prayer house on May 26 at 6pm for the golden jubilee which will be celebrated in January 2012. All committee members have been requested to attend the meeting. NCRC informed that literature committee would voluntarily meet the expenses of the gathering.
NCSCTEA general meeting: The Nagaland civil secretariat contract typist employees association (NCSCTEA) will hold general meeting on May 25 at 11am at Red Cross building Kohima.
PCYO meeting: First general meeting of Pereizie Colony Youth Organization has been convened on May 28, 11am at Pereizie colony Kohima. Pereizie Welfare Board chairman Akhie Liezietsu would be guest for exhortation. The organization has informed all youth members permanently residing under the colony to attend the meeting.
SVC informs patta allottees: Selouphe Village Council (SVC) has informed land patta allottres within the village that no mortgage or private loan would be entertained. In a press release issued by Wepute Chirhah, village council chairman stated those involved in such activities shall be doing it in their own risk and the council will not be held responsible or entertain any of the cases arising out of the mortgage of land within its jurisdiction.
MPC informs house rental owners: Midland panchayat council has informed all house rental owners of the colony not to let any outsiders as some miscreants are moving under its jurisdiction creating harassment and unpleasant atmosphere. In a press release issued by R. Sanen Longkumer, chairman MPC all house rental owner, tenants and shopkeepers are requested to submit 2 passport photographs at the earliest.
Red Cross to conduct free medical camp at Nsong: India Red Cross Society (IRCS) Nagaland state branch in collaboration with the IRCS Peren district branch and the medical department, Peren would be conducting a one day free medical camp at Nsong town in Peren district on May 26. A team of doctors would be available for the needy patients, and all needy patients from Nsong Town and surrounding villages have been requested to avail the facility
ANGDA general meet: All Nagaland Government Drivers’ Association (ANGDA), Wokha unit has convened a general meeting on May 28, 9am at LTC hall Wokha town. All members have been requested to attend the meeting. Meanwhile the fourth session of All Nagaland Government Drivers Association (ANGDA) cum national level conference was held on April 30 at Youth centre DBHS School Wokha. Advisor ANGDA O. Nchumbemo Ngullie thanked all the department heads, elected members, well wishers for their prayer and unconditional support. ANGDA also thanked the drivers who came from their respective places to attend the meeting.
STH condemns rape: Sumi Totimi Hoho (STH) has vehemently condemned the May 14 incident in which a teenage girl was raped and murdered and her body was thrown into the river. A press release issued by STH president Kitoli Naje expressed disappointment over the way women are being used as mere instruments for “men’s pleasure and satisfaction”, and further asked the responsible authority to award a befitting punishment to the culprits.
Application for grant in aid to private schools: Authorities of private schools in Kohima have been asked to submit application for grant in aid to office of assistant development commissioner, district planning machinery, Kohima for scrutiny latest by first week of June. Applications are to be submitted through the DEO/DIS for recommendation to the authority as per Kohima DPDB resolution No 3 adapted in the month of October 2010.
Interview for DB Grade-II: Deputy Commissioner Phek Mikha Lomi has notified that screening test/interview for appointment to the post of DB Grade-II will be conducted on May 31 in the DPDB Conference Hall, Phek. The DC has informed all candidates to submit 2 copies of passport photos and collect their admit card from May 26 to 30. He further informed that the name list of rejected/under age candidates are displayed on the office notice board for information.
Eastern Rock contest organizer informs: The organizer of Eastern Rock contest-1, has informed that the contest scheduled for June 11 and 25 at Tuensang will be held on June 25 at Tuensang. The organizer also informed that the winner will receive an electric guitar and cash award of `10,000 while the runner up will receive a cash of `8,000. Individual prizes will also be given.
Naga Council Dmu meet: The annual council meeting of the Naga Council Dimapur has been convened on May 30, 11am at its office. All councillors have been requested to attend the meeting. Naga Council president, Savi Liegise stated that in case of agendum/agenda to be discussed, one may submit to Naga Council president, Savi atleast one day prior to the scheduled date.
Seminar on career guidance: Zhavame Students’ Union (ZSU) would be organising a one day seminar on career guidance on May 28 at LCS Building with state census director, Hekali Zhimomi (IAS) as guest speaker and Zavise Rume, project coordinator, SCERT as resource person. The union has informed students to register themselves by 9.30am to attend the seminar.
SZVC lauds 20 Assam Rifles: The Sechü Zubza Village Council has extended its gratitude to 20 Assam Rifles, B Company for taking all the necessary initiatives in connecting a water pipeline at Sechü Zubza. In a release Village Council Chairman, Neikuo Sechü and Secretary Beiselhoukho Suokhrie, lauded the Assam Rifles for lending a helping hand on many occasions and further extended their appreciation for their timely help to the village. “As friends of the hill people, the Assam Rifles have been contributing immensely particularly for the development of Sechü Zubza and have been assisting the villagers as and when needed. We look forward for their assistance even in days to come,” stated the release.
DCC (I) member Mon joins NPF: Former ACCC president and DCC (I) member Mon, Wangnyem of Longwa village has resigned from the INC party on March 24 and declared to support Wangpai Wangsa, former NPF candidate 44 A/C Phomching, Mon district. Informing this in a press release issued by Y. Ngamgang, general secretary NPF 44 A/C Phomching, Mon district has expressed gratitude to Wangnyen for joining the NPF party.
Ongpangkong Watsü general conference: The 14th general conference of Ongpangkong Watsü would be held at Town Hall Mokokchung on May 26 and 27 with director health & family welfare Dr. Yangerla as the chief guest and assistant director civil supply, Arenla Longkumlar as the guest of honour.

 
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