YGOA convenes meeting: Meeting of Yimchungru Gazette Officer Association (YGOA) has been convened on July 9, 10am at Circuit house Tuensang town. YGOA president Akum has informed all members to attend the meeting to discuss important issue.
ASU presidential meeting: First presidential meeting of Angami students’ union (ASU) would has been convened on June 15,11a.m at ASU office. All ranges and unit presidents/representatives are requested to attend the meeting.
NUD general meeting: A general meeting of Nunumi union Dimapur has been convened on June 25, 10am at the residence of its president. Members have been informed to submit annual membership fees and house budget.
Children educators training concludes: Department of Christian education successfully completed six phase-wise children educators training -cum-children rally where 160 plus teachers and more than 1500 children from 77 Churches under SBAK Nito Mount, participated. The theme for the training was “Live an Exemplary Life”1 Tim 4:12. Competition include poem writing based on the theme, Lord’s Prayer with action, dry flower competition and creative decorative craft. The department expressed gratitude towards host Churches, Saghemi B/Church, Amboto Old B/Church, Aghunato village B/Church, Khukiye Lukhayi B/Church, Litta Old B/Church, Nitoyi B/Church for hospitality and also thanked resource persons Khekani SSS SBC, Akuluto town, Atovi youth evangelist, Rebecca child evangelist.
Exposure trip for Tuensang SHGs: ATMA Tuensang conducted an exposure trip for the women SHGs selected from the 8 blocks of the district led by team leaders Moainla and Sentimenla, ATMA BTMs. Altogether 18 women of 12 Self Help Groups from 12 villages toured Yisemyong, Medziphema, Jharnapan and Dimapur from June 7- 11. The team visited SARS, Yisemyong, Mokokchung where Supongmar, SDAO and Nungsang, RO briefed on the importance of soil testing, organic farming, system of farming practices, vermicomposting, germplasm collection from all the districts and bio-diversity cum watershed model. The team visited bio-control lab, bio-fertilizer lab and CIH at Medziphema. Preparation and importance of bio-control agents was demonstrated at bio-control lab by Imtionen, AO and uses of different bio-fertilizers and vermin-compost was deliberated by Lawrence, AO and Benjamin SDAO at Bio-fertilizer Lab. A.K. Singh and Arvind (TA) of CIH, demonstrated technique of budding in orange and grafting in cashew nut and later visited cultivation of rose and gerbera in green house. The team also visited duck-cum-fish integration farming, poultry management, intercropping of legumes and cereals and Mithun farm at ICAR Complex, Jharnapani. SHGs were exposed to bamboo and its products at NBRC where Dr. Vikato explained on importance and utilisation of green gold-bamboo.
KVK Tuensang conducts field day: Krishi Vigyan Kendra, (KVK) Tuensang on June 10 conducted field day programme for farmers to impart knowledge on agricultural technology. The field day was conducted on poultry birds of kuroiler breed which were reared in the farmer’s backyard with low feed inputs like locally available feed ingredients which were tested on field condition to analyze its body weight gain. The birds were sold as a harvest during the conduct of field day after the trial was over. The trial was monitored and supervised by Sarendi walling, subject matter specialist (Animal Science), KVK, Tuensang.
One succumbs to injuries: The Kohima Lakhuti Ekhung (Union) has expressed resentment at the “unwarranted and brutal assault” meted out on one of its villagers on May 27. According to chairman, KLE, Jonas Yanthan, and general secretary, J. Humtsoe, the victim identified as Nruthung, aged 28years, s/o Mapango Humtsoe were assaulted by Rusoma villagers at the reported “instigation” of late Nruthung’s wife, and later succumbed to his injuries on June 6. KLE while terming the whole episode as “murderous and heinous” has expressed its sympathy to the deceased family members, and also thanked the chairman, Keziekie Welfare Board and his team of women and youth leaders, the Rusoma Village Council and elders for all their initiatives and support in nabbing the culprits. KLE also thanked the Naga Hospital staff individuals and well-wishers in showing their concern and generosity to the victim.