GPF final payment cases
DIMAPUR: Office of the accountant general (A&E) has informed that all efforts are being made to settle GPF final payment cases at the earliest. The office has issued list of 506 retired officials and complete final payment cases between January 1 and May 31. All retired officials or departments having any complaint or grievances can contact deputy accountant general (A&E) Mukesh Kumar Lal at office hours and to contact at 0370-2240794. Retired officials can also view the list of GPF final payment cases at the office website www.nagnagalandgov.in
Parliamentary quiz competition
DIMAPUR: Department of parliamentary affairs would be conducting the state level parliamentary quiz and youth parliament competitions on June 14 and 15 at Administrative Training Institute from 9:30 a.m. onwards. The competition would be open to students representing different districts. Altogether about 200 students are expected to participate in the programme.
CTC to conduct land survey
DIMAPUR: Chumukedima Town Council would be conducting joint spot verification with land owners on June 13 at 6:30am. According to CTC chief advisor Thepfulhoutuo Shuya, a joint consultative meeting was convened on June 8 at ACT conference hall where members, chairmen, GBs, youth leaders and landowners of Chumukedima village, Tenyiphe-II, Virazouma, ward no. 10 and 11 was held to deliberate on widening of two lane road from Khuova road 7th mile to Khuova Iron bridge. The members present at the meeting unanimously decided to accept the implementation in the interest of the public.
Riphyim Catholic Church jubilee meet
Dimapur: St. Peter’s Catholic Church Old Riphyim golden jubilee committee meeting would be held on June 11, 9am at Old Riphyim Catholic Church. All committees have been requested to bring the latest report of their respective committees during the meeting. Further a jubilee committee photo session would be held after the meeting.
IGNOU workshop-II: IGNOU Programme Study Centre-2020P Salt Christian College of Teacher Education, Dimapur would be conducting the workshop-II from June 20, 11am. B.Ed 2nd year students have been requested to attend the workshop.
CHDD general meeting: Chakhesang Hoho Dimapur District (CHDD) has convened a general meeting on June 11, 10am at Chakhesang conference hall, Chakhesang colony Dimapur. All the executive members, every village units, two members/representatives and all office bearers of CMADD, CYODD and CSUDD have been requested to attend the meeting.
SAKK summer meet: Sumi Aphuyemi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (SAKK) has convened its summer meet on June 16 to 17 at Heboli. All presidents and representatives of the respective units, advisors and action committee members of SAKK have been requested to attend the meet.
YBVSU summer meet: Yezutu B Village Students’ Union (YBVSU) would hold its 2011 summer meet cum golden jubilee board members election and program drafting for the coming session on July 9, 10am at the residence of Sukhato K Yeptho at Yezutu B village.
AYO office bearers meeting: Angami Youth Organisation (AYO) office bearers meeting has been convened on June 11, 10 am at the office of AYO, APO building, Kohima. Activities for the year 2011-2012 would be deliberated in the meeting and all the office bearers have been requested to attend the meeting along with their proposals.
RSU meeting: Rengma Students’ Union (RSU) has convened a meeting on June 11, 4pm at the residence of R. Yhunsinlo Kent convener RSU. All members of the organizing committee, finance committee, RSU tribunals and officials have been requested to attend the meeting and to contact 9612362304/9436260434 for further details.
LUWT general meeting: Longla Union Wokha Town (LUWT) has convened its general meeting on June 11, 4pm at the residence of Y. Yanpvuo Ngullie, blue hill colony Wokha. All responsible have been requested to attend the meeting.
CTC inform pet owners: Chumukedima Town Council (CTC) in view of various reports of dog bite by mad/stray dogs, has informed all dog owners of the area to chain their pet dogs from 6am to 6pm with effect from June 11. In a press release Thepfulhoutou Shuya, chief advisor CTC said the order has been passed for the safety and interest of the public. On expiry of deadline, CTC will be compelled to shoot all stray dogs loitering in public places and confiscated after which no claim will be entertained under any circumstances, added the release. All dog owners have been requested to take note of the order and to do the needful in order to prevent any misunderstanding.
Lotsu circle GBs union office inauguration: Lotsu circle GBs union office would be inaugurating on June 10 at 9am with C. Mozhui, secretary Nagaland State Agricultural Marketing Board (NSAMB) as the chief guest.
MWW new team: Mewibogei Women Wing of Agri Forest colony, in its general meeting held on May 28, elected a new team of office bearers for 2011-14 tenure. The new team would be led by Atoli Chishi as president, and Akala as general secretary. The team also elected executive members and advisory board members. At the meeting, a resolution was also made to pursue ongoing development work in the colony and to enlist members of the colony by collecting Rs.10 per head as annual membership fee. All members have been informed to enlist membership through executive members.
ITI Wokha educational tour: The final year trainees of Industrial Training Institute Wokha undertook an educational tour to Kolkata from May 21 to 28 sponsored by the Directorate of Employment and Craftsmen Training Nagaland. During the tour, the trainees visited workshops and labs of advanced training institute, Dasnagar, Victoria memorial, Birla Planetarium, Science City, Nico Park, Indian Museum and also had the opportunity to expose themselves to interesting experiences such as metro railways, ferrying, malls and other places. Meanwhile, the trainees have expressed gratitude to guide Temsu Longchar VI who took constant care to make the trip to a grand success and also the director of the department and the vice- principal Er. N Nyaksham Phom for initiating the tour.
KCK foundation day: Kerala Club Kohima (KCK) celebrated its 6th foundation day on June 5, at the premises of Nagaland State Dairy Cooperative Federation, Lerie, Kohima. C.J. Ponraj, IAS, Principal Secretary and R. Ramakrishnan, IAS Secretary to Governor were the special invitees. The programme started with the lighting of lamp by its founding president A. B. Menon and welcome address by president K. Issac. Special numbers were presented by Kumari Aswathy Shaji and other kids from the club. Exhortations were delivered by Babu Kuriakose and A.B. Menon and vote of thanks by K. Ravindran, cabinet secretary KCK.
Zeliangrong Baudi emergency meet: The Zeliangrong Baudi has convened an emergency meeting of its executive council at Jalukie town on June 10. The apex Tribal Hoho has requested all its executive members to attend the meeting without fail. For the venue, timing and other queries members have been requested to contact its president, K. Akhang at 9436423553.
KPK executive meeting: Executive meeting of Keltomi Phuthemi Kuposhukulu has been convened on June 11, 10am at the residence of Khetovi, Lhomiti village. All office bearers and executive members have been informed to attend the meeting.
Mass social work at Old Naga Cemetery: In view of the mass social work at the Old Naga Cemetery on June 13 at 7am initiated by the Baptist Pastors’ Fellowship Dimapur in collaboration with Naga Council, the office of Naga Council has notified all affiliated tribal hohos and their respective members, women hoho, DNSU and general public to render cooperation for the same. Refreshments shall be served by Naga Council. All tribal councillors and tribe presidents, DNWH, DNSU and colleagues are requested to inform maximum members to join the social work in the interest of all.
Assassination bid condemned: Chakhesang Mothers Association (CMA) vehemently has condemned the dastardly act upon the life of Imtila Jamir, Rtd Registrar Cooperative Society by one Worshim Tangkhul and his accomplice at her residence. Expressing dismay over the attitude of the state machineries in not booking the culprits till date, CMA urged upon the state government to vigorously pursue the case and book the culprits and award deterrent punishment and avert any such recurrence in the near future.