Nagaland

  • NLSF, KLCSU requests early declaration of LLB result
    Dimapur, March 18 (MExN): The Nagaland Law Students’ Federation (NLSF) and the Kohima Law College Students’ Union (KLCSU) have called for immediate declaration of results of 2nd, 4th and 6th semester LLB in the current academic session.  In separate letters to the vice-chancellor, Nagaland University, Lumami, the Unions have urged the VC to give utmost attention to their appeals and that prompt reply be done through necessary action, rather than assurances or ignoring
  • Sheet Metal Training for educated unemployed youths
    Dimapur, March 18 (MExN): All the educated unemployed local youths are informed that applications are invited for undergoing the Sheet Metal Training during the year 2011-12 for a period of nine months at the District Industries Centre, Dimapur. A press note issued by E. Jon Ezung, general manager, I/C DIC Dimapur informed that selection interview for the same will be held on April 7, 2011 at 10:00 am at the office chamber of the general manager, DIC Dimapur and the training will comme
  • Whom to Blame?
    (Right) Garbage is seen disposed outside the dustbin area. We need to change our habits and need to keep clean our town.(Left) High power electric pole heavily rusted posed dangerously near Notun Basti and LRC Junction Dimapur, invite attention to the concern department. (Photos contributed by Vikato Lumami, Citizen Journalist)
  • RCD and RCC enter sister club agreement
    Member representatives of Rotary Club Dimapur and Rotary Club of Chennai, exchange the club flags after entering into a sister club agreement on March 17. Dimapur, March 18 (MExN): Rotary Club of Dimapur, RI District 3240 and Rotary Club of Chennai East RA Puram, RI District 3230, India entered into a sister club agreement on March 17, 2011 at Rotary Centre, Midland, Dimapur and voluntarily agreed to work together in Rotary. A press note issued by Rtn Sanjay Kumar Jain, president
  • Puppet show, theater & much more at NEZCC
    School children during the Sit and Draw competition held at NEZCC complex organized by National Book trust of India (NBT) on Friday. As part of the ongoing Dimapur Book Fair, earlier, NBT also organized children’s activities like recitation and creative writing competitions.   Dimapur, March 18 (MExN): A Sit and Draw competition was held at NEZCC complex organized by National Book trust of India (NBT) on Friday. As part of the ongoing Dimapur Book Fair, earlier NBT also
  • Fellowship held in memory of Late Manchio Ngullie
    Dimapur, March 18 (MExN): A time of fellowship, thanksgiving, forgiveness and a special prayer of blessings was held at the ancestral home of Late Manchio Ngullie, at Okotso village, Wokha District, Nagaland, on March 13, 2011. A press note issued by Pastor, Changpang Baptist Church informed that the programme was initiated by Changpang Baptist Church, the second Lotha Baptist Church, as a part of its Centennial Jubilee Celebration, 2011. The programme was organized in memory and honou
  • Saakshar Bharat mission held at Tobu
    (Right) Maopong Konyak, Assistant Headmaster briefing the Saakshar Bharat Mission in the presence of Director SRC Tripura Prantosh Dutta (L) during the orientation programme held at Tobu on March 16. (DIPR photo)  Dimapur, March 18 (DIPR):  A seminar on Saakshar Bharat Mission was held at Tobu headquarter on March 16, 2011. The programme was chaired by N. Thamchai Supervisor, welcome address was delivered by T. Pur Jamir, DIS Tobu. DEO Mon said the keynote address while Direc
  • Seminar on NABARD State Credit conducted
    (From Left to Right) Dr U.S. Saha, GM, NABARD, N.K. Gayon, GM, RBI, Alemtemshi Jamir, IAS, ACS & Dev. Commissioner; Dr. Chumben Murry, Minister of Agriculture, H.K. Khulu, IAS, APC and Tilak Das, Deputy General Manager, SBI, Guwahati releasing the State Focus Paper for the year 2011-12 during the Seminar. Dimapur, March 17 (MExN): The Nagaland Regional Office of NABARD, Dimapur conducted the State Credit Seminar for the year 2011-12 on March 14, 2011 in the Conference Hall of
  • NERCCDIP project released
    Dimapur, March 17 (MExN): The State Investment Program Management & Implementation Unit (SIPMIU) is going to implement the Kohima Water Supply Sub project as part of the North Eastern Region Capital Cities Development Investment Program (NERCCDIP) - Tranche 2. The subproject covers provision of 322 km secondary water distribution network. A press note issued by program director, K Haralu informed that in this regard, the following safeguards document has been prepared: Initial Envi
  • NEZCC cultural programme to reach Jalukie and Medziphema
    Dimapur, March 17 (MExN): As a follow up to the ongoing North East Spring festival, the North East Zone Cultural Centre will be organizing “Outreach Cultural Exchange Programme” with all the folk artistes from other Zonal Cultural Centres across the country at Jalukie on March 18, 2011 at 5.00 p.m.  The same artistes will also perform at SASRD, Medziphema on March 19, 5:00 pm. A press note issued by Som Kamei, IPS, director, NEZCC informed that the Outreach Programme i
  • HIV/AIDS prog held for community leaders
    Dimapur, March 17 (DIPR): A sensitization programme on HIV/AIDS for community leaders was held at Town Hall, Tuensang on March 17, 2011. The resource persons during the programme were DTO, Dr. Moa; MO District Hospital Tuensang, Dr. Toshi; ICTC Councilor District Hospital Tuensang, Ason and President TDNP, Mongtsoa. Dr. Moa spoke on the topic ‘Basics of HIV/AIDS, Dr. Toshi spoke on ‘Voluntary Blood Donation and Blood safety’, Ason spoke on ‘Importance of Testing
  • DLC on Tobacco control
    Dimapur, March 17 (DIPR): All the members of the District Level Committee on Tobacco Control have been informed that there will be a consultative meeting on March 23 at 12 noon in the office chamber of the deputy commissioner Kohima in connection with violation of the main provisions of the Indian Tobacco Control Act 2003. The following members have been requested to attend the meeting positively- Deputy commissioner, superintendent of police, director of  Higher Education; distri
  • CM to visit Molungyimsen today
    Dimapur, March 17 (DIPR): Nagaland Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio will visit Molungyimsen village on March 18, 2011. The 135 years old village under Mokokchung district, where the first Christian Missionary to the Naga Hills, Dr E.W. Clark laid firm foundation in this village not only to carry on missionary works in the Naga Hills but to rewrite the history of the Nagas is fast emerging as one of the attractive tourist spots in the state particularly to Christians. More than hundred years
  • LOCAL Briefs
    NPCC meet todayDimapur, March 17 (MExN): The office of the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee informs that there will be a meeting of PCC office bearers, PCC members, DCC Presidents, Frontal Chiefs, INC candidates and Congress ex-MLA in presence of Luizinho Faleiro, member of CWC, AICC I/c Nagaland on March 18, 2011 at 3:00 pm in Congress Bhavan, Kohima. The above mentioned members are requested to attend the meeting without fail. This was informed in a press note issued by Medokul So
  • Call to Shine and Touch the life of others
    Students of St. Joseph School, Chumukedima march past, during the annual sports meet 2011 held on March 16.  Dimapur, March 16 (MExN): The Annual Sports Meet 2011 was held at St. Joseph School, Chumukedima on March 16 with N. Hushiili Sema, IAS, Secy, Dept. of Women Development, Govt. of Nagaland as chief guest, while Rev. Fr. Sojan P, said the invocation prayer. A press note issued by Rev. Fr. Loyola Antony, St. Joseph School, Chumukedima informed that while, addressing the stude
  • Kohima DPDB monthly meet held
    Dimapur, March 16 (DIPR): The monthly Kohima District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) meeting was held on March 15, 2011 at DC’s Conference hall, Kohima. Chairing the meeting, Advisor, IT & C, Vikho-o Yhoshu, reviewed the last meeting minutes, which was held at Naga Hospital Authority Kohima (NHAK) in the month of February 2011. The Kohima DPDB had donated ten benches to the hospital for the convenience of the attendants and the outdoor patients and the Chairman read
  • Students’ creates social & environmental alertness
    Students of Patkai Christian College (Autonomous) march towards Dimapur from Kohima in a mass rally held on the theme “Social awareness and environmental alertness”. Dimapur, March 16 (MExN): Journeying from Kohima to Dimapur, a mass rally initiated by Students’ Union of Patkai Christian College (Autonomous) culminated today. Students had started the mass rally (on foot) from Kohima to Dimapur under the theme “Social awareness and environmental alertness
  • Civic action programme...
    Brigadier Rajesh Tyagi (Third From Left), chief engineer, headquarters, 3 Corps; his wife (Second From left) and the principal (Second From Right) of Cornerstone Higher Secondary School, Dimapur are seen during the inaugural of the school’s auditorium on Wednesday, March 16. The auditorium was constructed under Operation Sadbhavana – the civic action programme of the Indian Army and conceptualized by the 3 Corps, Rangapahar. (Morung Photo)
  • Stolen computers from Zunheboto Government College recovered
    Dimapur, March 16 (MExN): The Zunheboto Government College deeply appreciates the officers and constables of Zunheboto Police Station for recovering three stolen computers belonging to the college and bringing the culprits to book. A press note issued by Dr Chubatola Aier, principal, ZCG stated that the Zunheboto Government College students, staff and faculty were shocked when three, out of the seven computers issued by the government meant for students and college use were stolen in J
  • World Consumer Rights Day held at Phek
    Dimapur, March16 (DIPR): Along with rest of the state, the World Consumer Rights day was organized at Phek Headquarters in the form of workshop, which was jointly organized by the department of Legal Metrology & Consumer Protection (LMCP) and Phek District Voluntary Consumer Organization (PDVCO) at Phek town council office.The main speaker Chief Advisor PTC, Shevotso Rhakho emphasized that right of the consumer is the most important aspect in our daily life as all of our activities