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Lotha Hoho to represent Lotha tribe in Naga solution

Dimapur, September 28: The Lotha Hoho (LH) has been authorized to represent the Lotha tribe in all consultations, decision making and signing of any document related to Naga political settlement. The authorization was unanimously given in a meeting of all Lotha frontal organizations at Wokha on September 23. In a statement, LH chairman Mhondamo Ovung and joint secretary Amos Odyuo said in the meeting the LH was also empowered to co opt members from various Lotha organizations and subject experts to assist the Hoho in the matter. The house also...

Livelihood generation programme for returned migrant workers launched

Dimapur, September 28: Livelihood Generation programme for returned migrant workers due to COVID-19 pandemic for Nagaland was launched by Advisor Industries & Commerce, Labour & Employment, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Imnatiba of September 28 at the Nagaland Civil Secretariat, Kohima. Addressing the launching programme, the Advisor stated that the livelihood generation programme was a direct outcome of the efforts of the State Government under the leadership of Chief Minster Neiphiu Rio to target the issues of unemployment and displacement caused by the pandemic. The Advisor encouraged the youth of the...

UT GPRN/NSCN-IM supports Naga solution based on FA

Dimapur, September 28: The Union Territory (UT), GPRN/NSCN has reaffirmed unflinching support to the stand of NSCN (IM) that Indo-Naga political solution should be based on Framework Agreement signed between the Government of India (Gol) and the NSCN on 3d August, 2015 in presence of Indian Prime Minister. In a press release, caretaker CAO, UT, Kikheto Chishi and secretary John M. Yim reiterated the UT's strong support to the ongoing peace process under the collective leadership of Q Tuccu, president, Tongmath Wangnao, vice president and Th. Muivah, ato kilonser who...

DC Phek notify re-verification of SARDP-NE 2-lane

Dimapur, September 28: DC Phek, Sachin Jaiswal, IAS has informed that re-verification of SARDP-NE 2 lane, Chakhabama-Zunheboto road construction project under Phek district will commence from October 14 onwards to run through the assessments made from November 28 to December 8, 2019 and examine all claims for inclusion of left out properties as per the prescribed performa. The DC asked all concerned to note the following: 1. No structures, properties etc that were affected or damaged during the works carried out by Mytas-Gayatri will be considered for payment of damage...

DLSAs conducts legal awareness programme

Dimapur, September 28: The Kohima District Legal Services Authority on the invitation of The Bright Morning Star Children Home, Kohima on September 25 visited the home for a 1-day seminar organized by the children home. Apila Sangtam and Vimeno Nakhro panel lawyers Kohima District Legal Services Authority participated on behalf of KDLSA as the resource persons. Topics such as children and law, RTE (Right to Education) Act, 2009 were sensitized to the children. Phek: On September 26, Phek DLSA attended one day seminar organized by Thenyizumi Women Society at Thenyizu...

AR organizes joint coordination meet with border villages

Dimapur, September 28: Kiphire Battalion Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) organised Joint Coordination Meeting with the village council of Border villages in Thanamir area, Nagaland on September 26. The event was chaired by Rajashekara N, IPS, DIG Range Tuensang in which matters related to the border security, COVID pandemic & precautionary measures, development of the border area, employment opportunities for the women & youth including avenues for the school children to get admission into the prestigious Sainik School Punglwa were deliberated upon. (Page News Service)...

ANCSU acknowledge requisition of posts to NPSC

Dimapur, September 28: The All Nagaland College Students' Union (ANCSU) has acknowledged the State Government and the Department of Higher Education for positively responding to its demand for requisition of 110 Assistant Professors/Librarian posts to the Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC). ANCSU said 68 posts were created for the year 2018-19 and 42 posts for the year 2019-2020. The unions appealed to the NPSC to comprehend the urgent need of teaching faculty in various Government colleges and conduct the exams for the 110 posts in one go without further delay....

Free anaemia screening camp held at Tuensang

Dimapur, September 28: As part of the Poshan Maah, a free anaemia screening camp for adolescent girls and women was held on September 28 in Tuensang town. The camp was organized by the Department of Social Welfare (ICDS) in collaboration with the Health & Family Welfare Department Tuensang. The medical team for the camp was led by Drug Inspector Arenla accompanied by two ANMs from UPHC, DMO, BPM Tuensang Sadar block assisted by official staffs of Social Welfare Department. Altogether 63 were tested for anaemia including ten adolescent girls and...

Hindi fortnight concludes

Dimapur, September 28: The Town Official Language Implementation Committee (TOLIC) Kohima organized a closing ceremony of Hindi fortnight in the conference hall of the office of the Accountant General (Audit) Kohima on September 28, which was attended by the heads of Central Government offices, nationalized banks, public sector undertakings and para military forces including their family members stationed at Kohima. Dignitaries from various ranks and levels highlighted on the importance and significance of Rajbhasha Hindi. In addition there was a special announcement of appreciation and prize distribution for the winners...
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