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Govt constitutes Project Sanction Committee

Dimapur, May 22: As provided at Section 10 and Section 5 of the Operational Guidelines for Scheme of Shelter for Urban Homeless (SUH) and Support to Urban Street Vendors (SUSV) components of National Urban Livelihoods Mission

(NULM) respectively, the Governor of Nagaland has constituted the Project Sanction Committee (PSC) at the State level with the following members with immediate effect: Chairman - Secretary, Urban Development Department; Member Secretary - Joint Director & State Mission Director, NULM and members - Representative of Social Welfare Department; Director, Urban Development; Additional Director, Municipal Affairs Cell & Representative of MoHUPA (Regional Chief, HUDCO).

The Project Sanction Committee (PSC) shall consider and approve proposals submitted by ULBs/State Urban Livelihoods Mission (SULM) under Scheme of Shelter for Urban Homeless (SUH), and Support to Urban Street Vendors (SUSV) component of National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM).

(Page News Service)

 

 

Orientation programme on Credit, Recovery & NPA Management held

Dimapur, May 22: A one day orientation programme on "Credit, Recovery and NPA Management" was conducted by the NABARD Nagaland Regional Office, Dimapur for Board of Directors of Nagaland State Cooperative Bank in the NABARD Conference Hall on May 21 last.

Besides 12 Board of Directors from various districts of the state, MD and GMs of the Bank attended the programme. V Chelladurai, GM, NABARD and incoming GM, Ashok Chakraborty, Dr R Misra, DGM and H C Biswas, AGM also participated from NABARD.

While inaugurating the programme, V Chelladurai called on the participating Directors to explore the opportunity in familiarizing themselves with the concept of change management in context to globalization, as banking is being redefined under the changed scenario and servicing a client requires a different attitude, mindset, motivation, spirit and challenge.

Dr R Mishra, DGM NABARD was the resource person, who analyzed the performance of the bank basing on the statutory inspection conducted by NABARD and advised the Directors to give more attention on the alarming areas with special reference to NPA management and advised to take prompt actions for the interest of the bank. He also emphasized the need to comply various norms under BR Act 1949 (AACS).

Incoming GM, Ashok Chakraborty said that he has recently joined and studying the functioning of the Bank and commented that with the support of NABARD, NSCB can do a lot on developmental activities and also can play a vital role to fulfil the aspirations of the economically backward people of the state. He also urged the leaders of the bank to acquire a copy of BR Act from the Bank for better administration.

He advised the bank management to motivate the employees and diversify its activities by utilizing the new avenues for the bright future.

On behalf of the participant Directors, I Tali Longkumer, Vice-Chairman of the Bank expressed that they were immensely benefited by attending the Orientation Programme which would ultimately bring improvement in functioning of the Bank.

(Page News Service)

 

 

 

Phiro organizations condemn

Dimapur, May 23: The Phiro Village Council, Phiro Village Students Union, Phiro Village Youth Organization, Phiro Village Eloe Hoho and Village Development Board Phiro Village held an emergency meeting on May 17 last at the Phiro Village Community Hall, in regard to the brutal killing of Lt. Tsuponthung Ovung of Phiro Village.    

These organizations condemned in strongest term the barbaric act by un-identified persons in full combat uniform where Lt. Tsuponthung Ovung was shot dead from Forest Colony Wokha Town on May 7 last and his personal belongings including mobile and cash were snatched away by the un-identified culprits.    

The various organizations of Phiro Village further warned that henceforth if such incidents happen to any person belonging to Phiro village, it will leave no stone unturned in nabbing the culprits and befitting action will be taken.    

Meanwhile, the various organizations of Phiro Village expressed deep sympathy and convey heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family of lt. Tsuponthung Ovung.

(Page News Service)

 

 

ZC (NEI) congratulates Zeliang

Dimapur, May 23: The Zeme Council (NEI) has congratulated chief minister TR Zeliang on  completion of one year as chief minister 'despite heavy storm of political unrest in the State'.

"His undaunted spirit and the unflinching support by his colleagues and DAN partners have brought the government thus far," it said.

The Zeme community also expressed its sincere appreciation and gratitude to the entire Naga populace for reposing faith and trust on his leadership, and expressed optimism peace and development takes the lead under the leadership of the Chief Minister.

The Council conveyed its best wishes and prayed that the Almighty God grants him wisdom and good health as he continues to serve the people base on the principles of truth and justice. (Page News Service)

 

 

 

Legal awareness programme held at Diphupar 'B' village.

DIMAPUR, May 23: Community level legal awareness program on human rights, women rights and human trafficking was held at Diphupar 'B' Village Council Hall today, which was organized by Sisterhood Network.

Resource persons, Ester Aye and Limasenla Longkumer (Panel Advocate Dimapur District Legal Service Authority) said that it was the lack of constitutional rights awareness in the state that led to human trafficking, human rights and women rights abuse.

They also enlightened the audience with information on "The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act 1956", monitory compensation and the protection order for the victims of rape and other domestic abuses.

Theatrical group Hill Theatre highlighted issues of child labour, parental pressure regarding career options and failure to provide jobs to qualified graduates.

Head GB, L P Therie applauded the initiatives of the Sisterhood Network for creating awareness about the burning issues of the society.

Village council members, VDB Secretaries and public of the Diphupar 'B' village attended the program.

Puneing Khaimungan VDB secretary said that civil uniform law is needed without completely disregarding the customary law for a successful implementation. (Page News Service)

 

 

Condolences for Kahoto Chishi

dimapur, May 23: The NPF Nagaland has expressed grief over the demise of Kahoto Chishi, President of the Nagaland State BJYM.

Late Kahoto was an open minded, cheerful and reasonable, hardworking person with dynamic leadership quality for which the degree of his identification with the people, irrespective of age or class that he was exposed to, or came into contact with, remain unmatched, said the NPF in a condolence message. 

The party conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and pray that God almighty give them strength and solace.

BJP Dimapur

BJP Dimapur District has expressed grief at the untimely demise of State BJYM president, K Kahoto Chishi on May 21 last at Guwahti after a brief illness.

In a condolence message, the BJP said late Kahoto was very enthusiastic, dedicated and dynamic leader of BJP's youth wing of Nagaland and his untimely demise has caused a great loss to the BJP Nagaland state and the vacuum created would be hard to fill.

It also conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.

BJP Kisam Morcha

The BJP State Kisan Morcha has also expressed grief at the sudden demise of Kahoto Chishi, president of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha.(BJYM).

He had been a sincere, honest and an active yuva leader till his last breath. The BJP fraternity as a whole in Nagaland has lost a great upcoming leader in his death, the Stae BJP kisam morcha said.

The morcha conveyed heartfelt condolences to the family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in everlasting peace.

NPF Central Youth

The NPF Central Youth Wing has mourned the untimely demise of BJP Youth President, Kahoto Chishi on May 21 in Guwahati. The Youth Wing felt a great loss not only to the BJP party but Nagas in general as late Kahoto was a dynamic, sincere and  staunch supporter of DAN Government.

The NPF Central Youth expressed condolences to the bereaved family and prayed that God Almighty bestow blessing and solace to their families at this moment of grieve and sorrow.

(Page News Service)

 

 

NERPAP camp held at Dimapur

dimapur, May 23: The 2nd Special Camp for NERPAP was held in all Polling Stations under Dimapur District on May 16 last.

NERPAP Special Observer for Dimapur District K. Mero visited some Polling Stations to oversee the progress where electors were helped by experts in linking their Aadhar cards with their Electoral Photo Identity Cards.

Peren

Special Election Observer Kewekha Mero for National Electoral Roll Purification and Authentication Programme (NERPAP) visited Peren on May 17 and held a meeting in the DC's conference hall at Peren Town.

Appreciating the people who came forward to surrender double entries of voters ID, he said that it is an inspiration for others too.

Peren District has less multiple voters as compared to other District, he added.

The programme was attended by BLOs, Political Parties and NGOs from Peren District.

Changtongya

The second special camp day for the ongoing National Electoral Roll Purification and Authentication Programme (NERPAP) was held on May 17 for 22-Arkakong A/C under Mokokchung district.

SDO (C) Changtongya and AERO Chumlamo Humtsoe visited the polling stations during which he also interacted with BLOs and urged them to give more emphasis on correction.

He said to the Booth Level volunteers to give more awareness to the public regarding the importance of the special camp.

(Page News Service)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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