LOCAL Briefs

NU proposes post graduate in medicinal plants
Mokokchung, January 21 (DIPR):
Nagaland University is actively considering to offer Post Graduate in Management of Medicinal Plants to its students. Vice chancellor, Nagaland University, Professor K. Kannan said that Nagaland is endowed with various medicinal plants but no proper study has so far made. He said offering Post Graduate in Management of Medicinal Plants in the University would immensely help explore its unexplored medicinal plants for health care in the state. Professor Kannan was speaking at the ‘Climate Change Leadership in NE India’ The Mokokchung conclave at Tourist Lodge, Mokokchung on 20th January.
ANTA Kma unit on vehicle registration
Kohima, January 21 (MExN):
The All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA) Kohima unit informed all taxi owners/drivers under Kohima unit that a yearly registration for the year 2011-2012 has been started and requested them to get the vehicle registration on or before March 2011. Stating this in a release, the ANTA Kohima unit president, Vivor Miachie-o, and general secretary Medo Keyie stated that a fine of Rs.200 will be imposed against those failing to do the same within the given specific time.
Community mobilizing training
Dimapur, January 21 (MExN):
A community mobilizing training will be held for at 9:00 am on January 24 for EBRC Kuda (Urban) and Kushiabill; January 25 for EBRC Medziphema and on January 27 for EBRC Niuland. All VEC chairman, head teacher/teacher in-charge, 2 VEC members, 2 teachers, anganwadi workers, EBRC personals, SISs, IED volunteers/resource person are informed to attend the training without fail. This was informed in a press release issued by Asono Ndang, District Education Officer-cum-District Project Coordinator, DMA, SSA Dimapur district.