DC Mkg restrict movement of dogs

Mokokchung, February 15 (DIPR):
In view of the ongoing census exercise in Mokokchung town, all public are informed to restrict movement of dogs from dusk to dawn for the safety of the enumerators/supervisors and other census functionaries till March 2011. An order issued by Deputy Commissioner, Lithrongla G. Chishi said that the order comes into force with immediate effect. Violation of the order shall attract serious penalties as per the provision of law.

One  Bajaj Platina found

Dimapur, February 15 (MExN): 
One Bajaj Platina, bearing the Chasses No MD2DDDZZZPWF60260, engine No. DUMBPF59688 is in the custody of UnionTerritory-1 Office GPRN/NSCN Khehoi Designate camp. Therefore, rightful owner is to claim the same producing the original documents and driving licenses within seven days. This was informed in a a press note issued by Aron, secretary, Union Territuity-I GPRN NSCN.  

NPF felicitation prog on Feb 17

Dimapur, February 15 (MExN):
Dr. Shurhozelie, president NPF hereby convene a felicitation ceremony to welcome the erstwhile NCP legislators and party workers on February 17, 2011 at 11:00 am in the central office Kohima. Therefore all NPF legislators, associate legislators central office bearers, frontal & cell office bearers, CEC members and division and division president & secretary are directed to attend the meeting without fail. This was informed in a press note issued by K.G Kenye, secretary general, Central NPF.  

Drug smugglers apprehended

Dimapur, February 15 (MExN): The Additional Superintendent of Police, Dimapur has informed that acting on reliable information about illegal drug smuggling by train, personnel of Dimapur Police, GRPS apprehended two professional smugglers in the wee hours of February 15 at Dimapur Railway Station..
The accused were identified as Bintu Roy (37 years) of Krishna Nagar, Agartala and Rupash Majumday (37 years) S/o Junda Majumdar of Raikhum, Siliguri, informed the Additional Addl SP in a press note.
The note said that the smugglers were de-boarding from Kamrup Express with consignment, which was neatly sewn inside a mattress. When an alert woman police on suspicion challenged the duo to stop for checking, the accused dropped the mattress and fled the scene. However, police caught them after a chase.
On thorough search of the mattress, the police recovered 15820 capsules of Spasmo Proxyvon and 200 tablets of Nitrosun. The accused admitted to smuggling the illegal drugs from West Bengal to be sold at Dimapur and Lahorijan. They also admitted that they have been doing this business for some years now.