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Nagaland: News in pictures


Nagaland: News in pictures

Rotary Club of Dimapur celebrated Independence Day by hoisting the National Flag at club premises Rotary Centre jointly with Inner Wheel and Rotaract Club. Later the Rotary Club of Dimapur served drinking water to all the public at DDSC Stadium, Dimapur. (Photo Courtesy: Rotary Club of Dimapur)

 

CAN Youth

The CAN Youth in collaboration with Dimapur Municipal Council conducted a training on hand made paper bag making for the women Self Help Group at Sunrise Colony, Burma Camp on August 17. The training also included awareness on reducing the single plastic uses and promoting paper bags in the market and encouraging both the consumers and business community to control the single plastics use. The trainers were Mary Konyak, Marina Rongmei and assisted by interns from North East Institute for Social Science & Research, Dimapur. (Photo Courtesy: CAN Youth)

 

 

Tabitha

Tabitha Enabling Society celebrates Independence Day with members of Kerala Club at Kohima on August 15.

 

 

Tsur Old Age Home

Coinciding with the Indian Independence Day, Tzur Multi Purpose Project Society Longjang organized a prayer service cum free distribution of blanket, milk and other essential items to the senior citizens in Tzur Old Age Home Longjang Village. Around 30 senior citizens from the village benefitted from the programme. (Photo Courtesy: Tzur Multi Purpose Project Society)

 

 

National Health Mission Nagaland

Dr. Kevichusa Medikhrü, Mission Director, National Health Mission Nagaland visited the offices of Chief Medical Officer and Medical Superintendent on August 17 for site inspection of new morgue building at District Hospital Dimapur and to inspect the condition of CMO’s office building and also to planned out alternative temporary arrangements for the CMO’s Office. (Photo Courtesy: CMO office Dimapur)

 

 

The English/Literary club of GHS Diphupar ‘B’ organized a special combined club

The English/Literary club of GHS Diphupar ‘B’ organized a special combined club programme on the theme ‘Igniting the young minds beyond classroom.’ GHS Diphupar ‘B’ Assistant Headmaster, Takukumba Ao exhorted the students on the all round development. The students participated in various activities including cultural speech by the cultural club, the news fortnight by the social science club, use of traffic lights by Hindi club, special number by class 10 students, an experiment in science by science club, extempore speech competition by the literary club followed by exhibition and sales of crafts by the arts/craft club. (Photo Courtesy: GHS Diphupar ‘B’)

 

 

Kerala Samajan Dimapur

Kerala Samajam Dimapur celebrated Independence Day cum Fine Arts Day. The president of KSD hoisted the flag at KSD premises, followed by an arts and cultural day was organized at Rotary Club auditorium with various competitions like singing, poem recitation, speech competition, dance and drawing. The winners from various categories were awarded with prize and certificates. (Photo Courtesy: Kerala Samajam Dimapur)

 

 

Dimapur blue venda lions Club

Dimapur Blue Venda Lions Club inaugurated a Vocational Training Center in association with Hindu Sewa Samiti in Chatteswari Durgabari. The centre will provide training on cutting, stitching and knitting. (Photo Courtesy: Blue Venda Lions Club)

 

 

Mount Mary College

Mount Mary College, Chümoukedima organised ‘Commercia-2019’ at the MMC Hall on August 17. Mount Mary Higher Secondary School, Patkai Christian College and Patkai Higher Secondary School also participated in the event where Mount Mary College emerged as the overall champion. (Photo Courtesy: Mount Mary College)

 

 

Leo Club Dimapur

Leo Club of Dimapur along with Lions Club of Dimapur and Lions Club of Blue Vanda on Independence Day hoisted National flag at the club premises. The flag was hoisted by the President of Leo Club of Dimapur, Lions Club of Dimapur, Lions Club of Blue Vanda and special District President Leo Rishab Chhabra. The team visited Shalom Home of Hope and Sub Jail Dimapur. (Photo Courtesy: Leo Club of Dimapur)

 

 

NCSU

Nagaland Contractors’ & Suppliers’ Union (NCSU) Head Office Kohima led by its President, Pele Khezhie visited Kripa Foundation, Kohima on occasion of Independence Day. Director of Kripa Foundation, Abou Mere gave the introduction and welcomed the NCSU team. NCSU President, Advisor Povotso Lohe and general secretary, John Kath exhorted the inmates. There were 32 members at Kripa Foundation from within the state and also from Assam, Arunachal and Meghalaya. (Photo Courtesy: NCSU)

 

 

NDPP

NDPP central party leaders visited central jail and had fellowship with the inmates in the Chapel hall on August 15. Word of God was shared by Rev. Kilang Longkumer, pastor Doragapathar Ao Baptist Church. (Photo Courtesy: NDPP)

 

 

Free Health Camp

Free health check up was organized by Social Service Committee of Chakhesang Baptist Church Kohima (CBCK) at the church premises on August 11. Around 20 doctors and 12 nurses conducted the camp and treated 241 persons. (Photo Courtesy: CBCK)

 

 

Nova Stellam

Nova Stellam along with the winners of Face of Nagaland Season 4 visited the Bible Believing Churches and Mission sponsored Spring Buds Children Home at Ikishe Village, Dimapur on Independence Day. The team distributed food items, clothes and books. (Photo Courtesy: Nova Stellam)

 

 

SET Nagaland University

School of Engineering and Technology (SET), Nagaland University, Dimapur celebrated Independence Day in the academic block, DC Court junction, Dimapur. Professor SK Sharma, Dean, SET NU hoisted the flag followed by short speech. Academic In-charge, faculties, non-teaching staffs, and students were participated in the programme. (Photo Courtesy: SET NU)

 

 

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