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Prohibitive order revoked at Tseminyu

In view of the prevailing normal law and order situation, and nil report of violence /untoward incidents in Tseminyu sub-division the district magistrate of Kohima, Rajesh Soundrarajan in an order on March 12, revoked the prohibitive order under section 144 CrPC promulgated on Feb. 25 with immediate effect.

Renewal of non-local registration card in Wokha

To formulate accurate census and to prevent unprecedented influx of illegal immigrants in the district, the Lotha Students’ Union (LSU) has informed that the union will be issuing renewal form of non-local registration card (NLRC) for the year 2018 from March 19 to 25th from 10 am to 3 pm at its union office. For the stated reason, all non-locals residing within Wokha district are directed to collect the card in-person with valid ILP and two passports positively.

NPF Minority wing convenes meeting

The president of Naga People’s Front (NPF) of Minority wing Bishnu Bhattacharjee has convened a meeting on March 14 at 11 am at Dimapur division office premises. Office bearers and active members of NPF the wing (both central and division) are requested to attend the meeting positively. Newly inducted members are also requested to submit passport size photo and required documents for identity card during the meet.

Naga Hospital to organise cancer awareness rally

The Naga Hospital Authority Kohima (NHAK) in association with Tata Trust will be organising a cancer awareness rally on March 17 in Kohima. Dr. Neikhrielie Khimia-o, managing director of NHAK informed that the rally would start from NHAK at 7 am towards Phoolbari then to Box- cutting above Mezhür Higher Secondary School and then proceed to end at NHAK.

JPN to conduct 43rd general meeting

The Jalukie Pumling Nko will be conducting its 43rd general meeting on March 24 at 11 am at Old Jalukie Mtei Ki. All bonafide members have been requested to attend the meeting. The union chairman in a press release asked fontal organization—JPMO, JPYO, JSUN, JHQ, boards, committees and sub-committees to prepare their annual reports of 2017-18 to the house and present agendas for 2018-19 for approval. Public transportation will be provided at Pumling building Jalukie town and Jalukie ‘B’ village Bazaar shed at 8 am and 9 am.

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