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DSSU executive meeting: Dimapur Sumi Students Union (DSSU) has convened its executive meeting on April 25, 2.00p.m. at the residence of its banker, Er. Ghokuto Assumi, (Retd.SE), Dimapur.

Phek DC informs: Phek Deputy Commissioner (DC), Murohu Chotso, has informed all the heads of offices of Phek district that Governor of Nagaland, P.B. Acharya would be visiting Ruzazho village on April 25 at 10:30 a.m. and would be interacting with all the officers of the various departments. All the officers have been asked to come prepared of department activities.

CUD informs on registration: Chang Union Dimapur (CUD) has informed all who have kept Chang community student as domestic helper under Dimapur to register the name of person along with their detail address. Failing which, CUD has cautioned to summon the owner.

HVYO get together-cum-picnic: Humtso Village Youth Organization (HVYO) would be organizing 1st “get together cum picnic” on April 29 at Chubi Bridge, Doyang. All Humtso youths residing in the village, town and in cities have been requested to be a part of the event. For further information one has been asked to contact at 8794301446, 7085229470.

KCSU elects new team: Kohima Chakhesang Students Union (KCSU) has elected new team of office bearers for the tenure 2017-2019 led by Vingaolu Movi as president, Vechivo Rhakho as vice president, Vebuto Rhakho as general secretary along with Zachusato Theyo as speaker, Chivezo Chizo as deputy speaker, Vewulo Koza as assembly secretary and seven other members.

ZKPOKKA news office bearers: Zeliang Kuki Public Organisation Kebai Khelma Area (ZKPOKKA) has re-elected present team under the president ship of Lamjasei Singson and Mangpao Zeliang as general secretary as new team of office bearers for the tenure 2017-19.

Elumyo village bans: Elumyo Village has banned/restricted hunting and fishing within its jurisdiction from April till September, 2017. A press note by Elumyo village council chairman C. Zumomo Tsanglao stated that anybody found violating the resolution would be imposed a fine of Rs. 5000 and their equipments would also be seized. Further, it warned that fines would also be imposed as per the village council resolution number 2 and 7 for using chemicals like bleaching and lime at rivulet, streams.