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By EMN Updated: Sep 23, 2013 10:18 pm

DEO, Award Recipient Teachers interaction
A programme of brief interaction with recipients of Kohima District Teachers’ Award-2013 will be held at the office chamber of the District Education Officer, Kohima on September 26 at 11 am. The Award Recipient Teachers, Altogether, twenty-two award recipient teachers have been officially invited, a press note said. DEO, Kohima, Senthang has requested the heads of institutions of the award recipient teachers to make it convenient and enable them to attend this important programme without fail.

Food business operators informed
The Directorate of Health and family welfare (Food Safety) has directed all food business operators in the state including supplier to the government departments such as – Civil Supplies, education, social welfare, police, and pharmacies with food items to obtain license or register their business under Food Safety and Standards Act 2006 and Regulation 2011 from the designated officers (CMO) of districts on or before September 30 without fail. Defaulters will be fined under section 63 of the Food Safety and Standard Act 2006, an official communiqué cautioned.

Tsiepfu Tsipehe Council informs
The Tsiepfu Tsipehe Council has informed all residents of Tsiepfu Tsipehe, AG Colony, Kohima that ‘Residential Certificates’ will be issued only to those who have paid the sanitation fee. Therefore, anyone applying for residential certificate has been informed to bring their sanitation fee card for proof.

Hindi Fortnight closing ceremony
Town Official Language Implementation Committee (TOLIC) Kohima is organizing a Hindi fortnight closing ceremony on September 24 at 1 pm in the State Academy Hall, PR Hill Kohima. NLA Speaker and DGP will grace the function as chief guest and guest of honour respectively and IG Hqr, Assam Rifles will be the special invitee, a press note stated.

Department of Women’s Dev appreciated
The 11 District Level Networks of People Living with HIV (DLN) of Nagaland has expressed gratitude to the Directorate of Women’s Development Nagaland for providing nutritional support (dal, ghee & rice and poushtik) occasionally to women and children PLHAs in the state from 2008 May till 2011. A press note said the service has been instrumental in improving the health status of the individual(s) and lightened their livelihood burden and enabling them to focus on their children’s education. It has anticipated such service in future too even as the positive network of Nagaland could not repay anything for the good deeds towards the PLHAs.

TTKC bans hunting, fishing
Thepfu Thepfu Krotho Chumukedima has banned hunting at Old Chumoukedima village and fishing at Chathe river with immediate effect. A TTKC release issued by its chairman Batou Kuotsu stated that defaulters would be punish with fine of Rs 5000 and also confiscate all such equipments.
In this context, youth of Thepfu Thepfu Krotho Chumoukedima are informed to conduct checking against hunters and fishers. It said defaulters would be released only after signing a bond against repetition in future.

ANSTA Peren informs
Peren Unit of the All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association has informed all teachers under its jurisdiction to submit Rs 100 as welfare fund for the year 2013 latest by October first week. The unit president Kailadinbo Nchang has also requested all head of educational institutions and establishments to facilitate in releasing the said amount and submit the same to the office.

Tovihoto graces Musical Nite
Parliamentary secretary for IT & C, Science & Technology, Technical Education and Taxes, Tovihoto Ayemi graced the Cultural Nite organized by Baba Loknath Mandir Committee at Railway Netaji Colony Dimapur on Sunday evening. Tovihoto said such programme was one of the many ways of spreading peace and unity to the society. He expressed happiness that the Railway Netaji Colony and several other organizations which fall under his constituency were also involved in various community works. The parliamentary secretary told the people that he would continue to be by their side and would together work for the betterment of the society.

Secretary Asalu Zeliangrong region clarifies
The secretary Asalu Zeliangrong region of the NSCN/GPRN has clarified that the news item carried in local dailies on September 21 with the caption ‘NSCN seizes alcohol in Jalukie’ ‘should be read and understood as Asalu Zeliangrong Region’ and not as ‘Zeliang Region’. The secretary (Asalu Zeliangrong Region) has apologized for the mistake. Meanwhile, the Asalu Zeliangrong region, NSCN/GPRN and the public of Jalukie town have expressed gratefulness to Paul Namrei, secretary, Asalu Zeliangrong region for his ‘active and sincere work’ in Peren district particularly Jalukie town.

Re-opening of Hotel Legacy
The management of Niathu Group has announced to re-open Hotel Legacy, Upper Bayavii Hill, Kohima on September 24. The hotel is a boutique hotel equipped with all modern amenities including a traditional Naga kitchen and a library. The hotel has been carefully designed to meet the needs of all kinds of guests and tourists visiting the capital. Along with Hotel Legacy, on the same day the Niathu Group will also launch the new North Wing segment of Hotel Vivor, Kohima which has an additional 15 rooms. With the season of festivity around the bend, the Niathu Group has invited all guests and tourists to come, experience and be a part of what these hotels have to offer, a press note stated. Bookings will be opened on all days. For Hotel Legacy, contact: 0370-2260946 / For Hotel Vivor, contact: 0370-2806243 and for any other information visit

By EMN Updated: Sep 23, 2013 10:18:07 pm