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71-year-old Japan man arrested for making 24,000 complaint calls: Police

Tokyo, December 3: A Japanese pensioner has been arrested after ringing a phone company 24,000 times to complain they had violated his contract, police and local media reported. Tokyo police said they took 71-year-old Akitoshi Okamoto into custody last week after he made hundreds of toll-free calls over eight days to the customer service section of major telephone operator KDDI. But this could be the tip of the iceberg, with media outlets reporting that he made thousands more calls from public pay phones to voice his displeasure with the company...

World Disability Day observed in Dimapur

Dimapur, December 3: "The International Day for Persons with Disabilities", was held today with Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur, Anoop Khinchi IAS, as chief guest and Chief Judicial Magistrate, Dimapur, Ajongba Imchen as the special guest with large numbers of NGOs and disabled persons at Dimapur District Hospital, Chapel Hall. Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur, Anoop Khinchi IAS, speaking on the occasion said that everyone has the right to live and are equal before the law and that there is no discrimination between a physically healthy person and a disable person and all are...

MustB & LiveYubin to perform at HMF

Dimapur, December 3: K-Pop band MustB and solo artiste LiveYubin will be performing on the fourth day of Hornbill Music Festival, which is underway at Agri Expo, Dimapur. Talking about their upcoming performances, the musicians who reached Dimapur on Tuesday said, interacting with the media here at Niathu Resort that this is the first time they are in India and they are getting a positive vibe and are looking forward to make happy memories. Earlier, Dr Eunjoo Lim, CEO of Kiwa Enterprise which she explained manages artistes, revealed that along...

Matru Vandhana Saptah launched in State

Dimapur, December 3: Peren District officially launched Matru Vandhana Saptah on the theme 'Towards building a healthy nation - Surakshit janini, Vikshit Dharini' on December 2 at ADC Office, Jalukie town. The launching programme was organized by Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandhan Yojana (PMMVY) in collaboration with Department of Social Welfare, Peren District and was graced by ADC Jalukie town, Dr Tinujongshi Chang. PMMVY District coordinator Keyizieteing Ndang stated that Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandhana Yojana (PMMVY) is a conditional maternity benefit program which was implemented using the platform of the Anganwadi...

DMC notify Lengrijan residents

Dimapur, December 3: The Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) has notified alll residents/housholds of Lengrijan and other colonies adjoining the Lengri River not to connect directly any septic tank pipe either in the river or in the drain, as it is strictly prohibited. In a notification, the DMC warned that the defaulters will be penalized as per provisios of law. The order comes into immediate effect, it informed. (Page News Service)...

KPC Chumukedima celebrates annual day

Dimapur, December 3: Kindergarden Pre-School Chumukedima celebrated annual day and pre-Christmas with much fun-fare today. Children, aged from 3 to 5 years, presented Christmas songs, rhymes and dances to the joy of the guest present. Toddlers also cut a Christmas cake with the dignitaries and guests. On the occasion, school principal Ekonpeni Judith Jakharia stressed on building character of toddlers from early on. She also narrated the importance of reducing mobile screen time of children. Both the parents must give time to the children in their upbringing as much as...

Fisheries Dept hands over refrigerated vans to RKVY beneficiaries

Dimapur, December 3: The Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources under Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY) handed over two Refrigerated Vans to the beneficiaries namely Youth Net and Puhonol Thapo after a short handing over programme presided over by the scheme-in-charge Neitho-o Kuotsu at the Directorate premises on December 3. In his address, the scheme-in charge stressed on the importance of fish preservation and quality control since fish being a high perishable commodity, it begins to rot faster than any other meat when outside of the safety range. The temperamental...

DoH&FW inform private hospitals, clinics

Dimapur, December 3: The Department of Health & Family Welfare has informed that report submission by private hospitals and clinics in prescribed formats for data generation in regard to health programmes through HMIS, IDSP and other related reporting systems are not forthcoming and for which data integrity is compromised as to the generation of exact health index for the district of Kohima. In this regard, concerned authority have been requested to issue necessary order in exercise of power under the proviso of Section-10 of the Nagaland Healthcare Establishment Act 1997...

Night carnival begins at Tsg

Dimapur, December 3: Night Carnival kicks started from Monday at Parade Ground, Tuensang. The carnival will continue till December 6. The event is organized by District administration Tuensang in collaboration with Tuensang Hills Accolade Society and Task Force for Music & Arts. The District administration has invited all citizen of Tuensang to be a part of the event. (Page News Service)...

Health & Wellness Centre inaugurated at Diphupar-B

Dimapur, December 3: Diphupar-B Health & Wellness Centre (H&WC) was inaugurated by Dr Kevichusa Medikhru, Mission Director, National Health Mission Nagaland on Monday. Dr Kevichusa Medikhru credited the diligence and relentless dedication of the Village Council chairman and GBs of Diphupar-B for the establishment of Health & Wellness Centre in Diphupar-B. He stated that the newly inaugurated H&WC now belongs to the community and the success of the centre depends on the active involvement and support of the Diphupar-B community. He informed that the H&WC will function under a community...
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