Nagaland news in brief: ADC Tuli restricts vehicular movement on Tsumok bridge
Patton congratulates HSLC, HSSLC students
DIMAPUR — The deputy chief minister, Y Patton, has congratulated all the passed students of HSLC and HSSLC this year. “Success comes after hard work and sincerity to ones duties and student’s duty is to study,” Patton said. He also expressed happiness to note that girl students have done better. Patton also urged the students to inculcate good habits during their student days, so that they become good leaders and decision makers of the state and the country. He further conveyed best wishes to the successful candidates in their future endeavors, while to those who could not make it this time, he encouraged them to try harder to come out triumphantly next time.
ADC Tuli restricts vehicular movement on Tsumok bridge
Following damage of RCC deck slab on the bridge over Tsumok River at 8.4 km from Tsunsangra to Impur, the additional deputy commissioner (ADC) of Tuli has prohibited movement of vehicle with effect from May 24 to June 6. The order was issued after a joint verification undertaken by the district administration along with the police, PWD and Asangma village council. The prohibition was necessitated to avoid untoward incidents and to facilitate the immediate repair and renovation of the bridge.
Police recovers one unidentified body
Personnel of Government Railway Police Station (GRPS) recovered one unidentified male body of a Non-Naga, aged around 40 years, inside the rail track between RXR-DMV at Km 243/2-3 on Thursday. A police report issued by the additional commissioner of police (crime) and PRO stated that the victim was suspected to be run-over by a running train. It stated that the body was shifted to Dimapur District Hospital morgue for post mortem examination and identification after completion of all legal formalities. The deceased was wearing black half-long pant with black color T-shirt and a coffee color under garment. The deceased has a tattoo on his left arm with the names of Raj Kumar Sharma and Onita Devi. Relatives and friends of the deceased are requested to contact the officer in-charge of GRPS, Dimapur, on phone no. 7085055021 for further information.
DPC elects new team
Dimapur Press Club (DPC), in its general meeting held at Press Point on Thursday, elected a new team of office bearers. The new team will be led by Temjenrenba Anichar as president, Honikali Lohe as vice president, Akangjungla as general secretary, Prasanjit Dutta and Likivi Kappo as joint secretaries, Kanili Kiho as information and publicity secretary; Asungba Ao as finance secretary, Dilip Sharma as treasurer along with three executive members including Paudi Renta, Moa Longkumer and Imkong Walling. Meanwhile, the club has decided to undertake its annual registration drive. The registration fee for new members has been fixed at INR 300 and for renewal at INR 250 for renewal. The last date for registration is June 10, 2023.
A book ‘Unspoken Echoes’ released
A book titled ‘Unspoken Echoes,’ written by S Vendimew Vincent and published by Woods Publication House, was released by Dr. Lemtila Alinger at Nagaland University in Kohima on May 23. In his review, Prof. MA Khan commented that Vincent’s poetry showed the sign of a promising artist and poet. The book covers a wide range of subjects dealing with love, life, birth, childhood experiences etc. According to Khan, the poems demonstrate the skills and dexterity of the author trying to capture the quintessence of the art of writing poetry. He added that the poems are quite significant, inspiring and insightful, written with a touch of simplicity, thought and feelings experienced. It further informed that the book would be available on the Amazon.in.
Niuland to organise social work on May 27
As part of monsoon preparedness, Niuland district will organise a mass social work on May 27 from 6 am onwards. The ADC and CEO of district disaster management authority (DDMA) of Niuland, T Lemlila Sangtam, has directed the public to clean their surroundings, jungles, drainage etc. and also requested all the department and stakeholders to take part in the social work. The ADC further requested executive engineer (EE) under PWD (R&B) to clear jungles and drainages on roadsides; EE of Power department to check electric poles; Medical department to spray disinfectant/ mosquito repellant in required areas; Forest department to check trees susceptible to storm damage; and DEO to keep schools clean, healthy and safe.
IUN organises farewell programme
The ICFAI University Nagaland (IUN) organised a farewell programme for the outgoing undergraduate and postgraduate students on May 23. Speaking on the occasion, the vice chancellor, Prof. Dr. Soundarjya Borbora, encouraged the outgoing students to promote entrepreneurship, independent and have positive mind-sets. The occasion was attended by the deputy commissioner of Dimapur, Sachin Jaiswal, as the chief guest. In his speech, the DC has stressed on the importance of self-employment by creating an identity for the welfare of the state.