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Published on 7 Jun. 2011 1:32 AM IST
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1st ATM booth in Peren
DIMAPUR: State Bank of India opened its first Automated Teller Machine (ATM) booth in Peren District on June 4 at Rangkau Complex, Peren.
Minister for Planning & Co-ordination, Evaluation, Vety. & A.H. and Parliamentary Affairs, Nagaland, T.R. Zeliang formally inaugurated the booth in the presence of A.K. Das AGM, SBI, RBO, Dimapur, administration officers and other public leader. T.R. Zeliang congratulated the SBI Authority for their commendable job in providing the Automated Teller Machine (ATM) and also urged Bank authority to organize a demonstration programme on ATM Bank services, as most of the people were still ignorant about the system.
The AGM responded to the request of the chief guest and said SBI will soon open one Branch at Tening town and new SBI Building and an ATM booth would be inaugurated at Jalukie on June 8.
Deputy CEO conducts meet at Longleng
DIMAPUR: Deputy chief electoral officer M. Moa Aier convened a meeting with ENPO, Phom Peoples Council (PPC), political parties and other prominent public leader of Longleng district in the office chamber of the deputy commissioner Longleng.
Deputy Commissioner, Longleng, C.K Nihekhu Sema chaired the meeting. During the meeting deputy CEO, highlighted the ongoing photography campaign for EPIC/PER and its importance and requested NGOs, political parties and public leaders to extend cooperation for successful implementation of EPIC/PER exercise.
President ENPO, President PPC and other members present in the meeting assured support and cooperation for success of the ongoing exercise.
NNC six regions warn V Nagi
DIMAPUR: Reacting to the claims that NNC vice president Kiumukam was terminated from Yimchungrü region, the NNC MIP Monday said such allegations was made by V Nagi by “falsely” and “blindly” involving unknown members from Lotha and Yimchungrü regions.
Terming the allegations as shameful, the NNC members from six regions warned V.Nagi not to play with NNC by particularly using Angami or Lotha. They said that “no one is after him but he is only barking around to fool the innocent persons with his persuasive tactics.” The NNC also said that Nagi must stop playing “ugly games”.
Renewal of NCSU identity card: Nagaland Contractors and Suppliers Union (NCSU) has informed all registered members including class-I contractors yet to renew their identity cards to complete it on or before June 30 during working days from Monday to Friday. Failing to do so his/her identity card would be treated as cancelled and shall not be able to renew it for two/three years, stated NCSU and informed those willing to register in the union must do it before June 30 after which no fresh registration shall be entertained. Meanwhile, NCSU head office Kohima has directed all NCSU district units office bearers to verify whether the ongoing works carried out in their respective districts is being done by NCSU registered members or not and to report to NCSU head office at the earliest if any unregistered members were involved.
ESSH appeals to govt: Eastern Sumi Sub-Hoho, (ESSH) Kiphire while lauding the decision of the cabinet to fill vacant posts of EAC through special recruitment drive for 10 less represented tribes, stated that Sumis of Kiphire were excluded under the special privilege as being backward tribe. ESSH general secretary Akaho K. Yeptho in a press release stated that Sumis of Kiphire district were poorly represented as compared to their counterparts in the state and appealed to the government that special privileged be implemented in letter and spirit without any discrimination/bias among the backward communities and to include Sumis of Kiphire district in the special recruitment.
Bengali Hindu Council Dimapur formed: A meeting of the Bengali Hindu community of Dimapur was held on June 5 at Bharat Sevashram Sangha premises, Dimapur. During the meeting, a body representing the Bengali Hindu Community was formed under the name “Bengali Hindu Council Dimapur”. The meeting was attended by a large section of the community including elders and youth alike. Meanwhile, Tarun Nandi and Ashish Dev have been elected as president and general secretary respectively.
Plea to fulfill TDATA demand: Yimchungru Tribal Council (YTC) on Monday appealed the state government to take necessary action against the demand of Tuensang District Adhoc Teachers Association. YTC said most of the schools were running in apite of shortage of teachers in the far flung areas, thus bringing major set back to the student’s community and public. Yimchungru Tribal Council has urged the government to take appropriate measures and fulfill the demand of the association at the earliest in the interest of the society.

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