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Main accused in IMFL storage held

Dimapur, August 26: Dimapur police has arrested the main accused involved in storage of around 70 cases of assorted IMFL at Naga Bazaar, which was seized by the Special Branch personnel on August 24 last.

The accused has been identified as Ram Nath Chowdhary (33), resident of Thakurbari, Dimapur.

Police said that the accused has admitted to the offence and later he was forwarded to court.

1 auto rickshaw lifter held

In another case, Dimapur East PS personnel arrested one person involved in vehicle theft.

According to OC East PS, they received a written FIR on April 16 last from one Mrs Gopal Chowdhury that her autorickshaw (NL-07/F 2512) was stolen from Railway station Dimapur while it was left parked in the parking lot.

Accordingly after a prolonged investigation, the stolen autorickshaw was detected near Public College of Commerce, Dimapur. It was found that the accused had changed the registration number, and tampered the engine and chassis numbers.

The arrested accused has been identified as James H Achumi (20), s/o late Hosheto Achumi. He has been forwarded to court. (Page News Service)

 

Water level in Doyang dam rising; public cautioned 

Dimapur, August 26: The DHEP, NEEPCO has informed that the water level of Doyang Reservoir is rising due to incessant rain in the catchment area. 

Sr. Manager (C) DHEP, NEEPCO, informed that the Doyang Reservoir, operated by the authorities of Doyang HEP is likely to rise shortly up to the present spilling level of EL 324.00m.

In case of further increase of reservoir water level, the radial gates of the dam shall be opened at any moment for releasing the excess water.

As per the rate of rising level, the radial gates may need to be opened within a week time. During opening of the gates the excess inflow will spill over and will flow through the Doyang River downstream of Doyang Power House.

In this connection, all concerned have been cautioned to be careful and stay away from the Doyang River downstream and avoid bathing, swimming, fishing etc, while radial gates are kept open and excess water is being released. (Page News Service)

 

GPP Kohima celebrates Balidan Diwas

Dimapur, August 26: In memory of Major Durga Malla & Capt. Neikezhakuo Kenguruse Balidan Diwas (Martyrs Day) was organized by the Gorkha Public Panchayat, Kohima in association with the Gorkha NGOs at Gorkha Public Panchayat Hall, Chandmari, Kohima on August 25.

The function was graced by Temjen Toy, IAS, Principal Secretary to the CM & Home Commissioner, Nagaland as Chief Guest and Keneigunuo Sekhose, President, Angami Public Organization along with Mrs & Mr. Neisielie Kenguruse, parents of Saheed Capt. Neikezhakuo Kenguruse, Executives of T-Khel Students Union and T-Khel Youth Organization were the special guest.

Speaking during the occasion, the Chief Guest applauded the Gorkha Public Panchayat, Kohima for organizing the function, paying rich tribute to the gallant heroes, who gave supreme sacrifice for the cause of the Nation.

While honouring the gallant heroes, he also recognized the contribution made by the son of the soil Capt. Neikezhakuo Kengurusea, a Naga lad of Nagaland along with Major Durga Malla. He mentioned Capt. Neikezhakuo Kengurusea as "Neibu" whose sacrifice has made the people know that Nagas are in the army.

He appreciated the Gorkha Community for maintaining their Gorkhali identity and asked them to continue to maintain the same.

In zest, he said due to mongoloid features it's difficult to make out a Naga and Gorkha as they mostly look alike. He welcomed the GPP Kohima to come to him for any problem, which can be solved at his official and personal level.

While speaking on the occasion, Nobin Pradhan, President, Nagaland Gorkha Association highlighted on the significance of Balidan Diwas, emphasizing on the life of the two martyrs.

Neisielie Kenguruse, father of Saheed Capt. Neikezhakuo Kenguruse thanked the organizer for inviting the family and paying rich tribute to his son.

Welcome song and the patriotic song was presented by the members of Vivela Club, Kohima while the function was made more jubilant by the participation of band party of the 19th Assam Rifles and the members of the Assam Rifles Ex-Servicemen Association, Kohima. The organizers thanked the Commandant, 19th Assam Rifles, Kohima for providing logistic support. The function was presided by Santu Thapa, President, GPP, Kohima and vote of thanks was delivered by Chanda Rai, Assistant General Secretary, GPP, Kohima, while the program was compereed by Bijaya Laxmi and Tikaram Sewa.

(Page News Service)

 

Miss Phek Beauty Pageant 2014

Kohima, August 26 : Miss Phek Beauty Pageant 2014 under the aegis of Elite Club, Phek has been rescheduled to September 18 at Phek town.

Miss Phek title winner will pocket a cash prize of Rs. 70,000 alongwith gift hampers while the Ist and 2nd runner-up will receive Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 30,000 respectively.

Sub-title winners will also get Rs. 5000 each. Gift hampers will be given to all the contestants.

Minister for PWD (Roads & Bridge) and Parliamentary Affairs Kuzholuzo (Azo) Nienu will be the special guest while Minister for Forest, Environment and Wildlife Dr. Neikiesalie (Nicky) Kire as special appearance.

Sekuzo Sovenyi will be the season designer while Rosu Rhi (Designer) will be the chief judge. Choreographer will be Dovile Venuh (Former Miss Nagaland Ist runner- up).

For further information, contact 9436204877/ 8732892402 or elitephek@gmail.com.

(Page News Service)

 

Refresher training for BLOs conducted

Dimapur, August 26: A refresher training for BLOs' of Mon district was conducted at Council Hall Mon Town.

While congratulating the BLOs' for the tremendous job and for successful conduct of the Lok Sabha Election, the Deputy Commissioner Mon, Angau I Thou  pointed out that there were 17,324 bogus, duplicate and double entry in the electoral roll of the district and more than 1300 correction done. The DC urged the BLOs', who were the few selected government servants, deputed under the Election Commission of India to retrospect and see who is responsible for such errors so as to avoid such errors. Asserting that the BLOs' are the caretaker and custodian of the electoral roll, they should be sincere in their duty and maintain accuracy and avoid bogus, duplicate and double entry and at the same time accept all genuine voters who have reached the age of 18.

Prior to the training, a short program was organized during which Aketo Shohe AEO, Mon delivered the welcome speech. The DC was accompanied by SDO (C) Mon, Keyirangding Hegui. (Page News Service)

 

DDCF, MCD condole

Dimapur, August 26: The Dimapur District Citizens Forum (DDCF)  has expressed shock to learn the sudden and untimely demise of Hachumo Kikon on August 24 at Dimapur.

Hachumo was not only the vice-president of the Dimapur Bar Association but was also associated with various social activities in Dimapur.

N Joseph Lemtur, President DDCF on behalf of the Forum offered his heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family and prayed that his soul may rest in peace.

MCD

The Muslim Council Dimapur (MCD) expressed grief at the untimely demise of the vice-president of Dimapur Bar Association, Hachumo Kikon on August 24 at his residence in Dimapur.

A.Rahman , working President , MCD prayed to Almighty "Allah" to grant him heavenly peace and also give strength to his other family member to bear his loss. (Page News Service)

 

NIHESW to organize workshop through multipoint VC

Dimapur, August 26: The NIHESW in collaboration with NIC Kohima will be organizing NCSC district level workshop through multipoint V.C in all districts of the State on August 28

NCSC is a programme of children between the age group 10-17 years under the Union Ministry of S&T supported by DST, GoN and co-ordinated by Nagaland Institute of Health, Environment & Social Welfare (NIHESW) in the State.

Schools interested to participate in the programme have been requested to send their science teachers to NIC studio located in their respective Deputy Commissioner's Office at 10 am on August 28 (Thursday).

The resource persons of the VC workshop on NCSC are Santu Thapa, State Co-ordinator NCSC Kohima; Dr. Vizovol Mekro, Assistant Prof, Kohima Science College & State Academic Co-ordinator, NCSC, Kohima; Pallab Changkakoti, Assistant Prof, Kohima Science College and Dr. Prasanta Barman, Assistant Prof, Kohima Science College.

To participate in the National Children Science Congress programme, the schools interested may send their following details to the State Co-ordinating Agency, Nagaland Institute of Health, Environment & Social Welfare (NIHESW) opposite to the Commissioner's Office, Old Secretariat Complex, Kohima-797001; Tele/ fax 0370-2292086, Mobile No. 9774415175, e-mail:- nihesw@yahoo.com.

For further details one may contact NIC Officer in their respective district enlisted below:

Sl. No  District                    DIO Name                         Email                      Contact

1.         Kohima             J.G. Lorin Rengma             nagkhm@nic.in           9436831066

2.         Dimapur            Lipokmeren Imchen            nagdmp@nic.in           9436265764

3.         Peren                Lumchamo Lotha               nagprn@nic.in             9436205755

4.         Phek                 Mekuseo Joseph               nagphk@nic.in             9436204465

5.         Wokha              George Kath                      nagwok@nic.in            9436008990

6.         Mokokchung      Temsuwathi Ao                  nagmok@nic.in           9436006284

7.         Zunheboto          Lanurenla                          nagzhb@nic.in            9436815299

8.         Longleng            Abhishek                          naglng@nic.in             9903185013

9.         Tuesang             Ruvisie                             nagtus@nic.in             9612018340

10.       Mon                   Kamal Chetri                     nagmon@nic.in           9862073474

11.       Kiphire               Deepak                             nagkip@nic.in             8732851123

(Page News Service)

 

DMC procures Cesspool Cleaner

Dimapur, August 26: Dimapur Municipal Council has procured a new Cesspool Cleaner of 5000 litres capacity, which would be put on service from August 27.

Anyone desiring to utilize the services of the Cesspool Cleaner can contact DMC office at 03862-232610, 9402697649 and 9436430966.

The rate for the user in Municipal jurisdiction has been fixed at Rs 2500 for 1st trip and Rs 2000 for every subsequent load/trip.

Administrator, DMC, Tarep Imchen said the rates would differ for outside users, which would be determined in accordance to the distance covered.

(Page News Service)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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