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wednesday 11•01•2017



Collector escapes attempt on life in Manipur

imphAl, JAnuAry 10 (iAnS): The Collector of Tamenglong district in Manipur escaped an assassination attempt at his official residence on Monday night. Some unknown people hurled petrol bombs from across the perimeter brick walls, the police said. The guards at the residence of M. Luikham opened several rounds of fire in the air to ward off the attackers. It was not immediately known if it was a militant attack as no group has claimed

responsibility for the attack. "At least nine petrol bombs were lobbed. We have also recovered some unexploded bombs. Nobody was hurt in the attack. Investigation is on," a police official said. "It is yet to be verified whether the attackers were militants or local youths who have been picketing offices," the official added. The security of the Collector's house -- which is also his office -- has been beefed up. Besides, the number of armed escort

personnel for Luikham has also been increased. The police said it did not want to take any chances following a recent armed attack on two trucks. The drivers were wounded. Tamenglong, which is one of India's poorest districts, lies on the National Highway 37. On Nov 1, the United Naga Council (UNC) imposed an indefinite economic blockade on the highway. Besides, UNC activists have been picketing the government offices.

North East could feed India up to 1,100 MW of power by yearend

AgArtAlA/Shillong, JAn- generates 1,290 MW from its sevuAry 10 (iAnS): The northeast- en power plants -- a mix of hydroern region, with its huge energy electric, gas- and solar-based units. "NEEPCO's generation capacpotential -- 50,000 MW, by some estimates -- could soon become the ity would rise to 2,060 MW by this "power house of India". And taking end-2017 as commissioning of a small first step in this direction, three more power projects would it is expected to feed the rest of the be completed much before the end country up to 1,100 MW by the end of this year," NEEPCO Chairman and Managing Director A.G. West of this year, energy experts say. Seven northeastern states, ex- Kharkongor told IANS. "The company is now commiscluding Sikkim, currently have an installed capacity of 2,690 MW, sioning three power projects -- 600 but as some of the plants are very MW and 110 MW capacity plants old, the output is some 100 MW in Arunachal Pradesh and another short of the peak-hour demand of of 60 MW capacity in Mizoram," he 2,200-2,300 MW. However, there added. "If the government allows is a surplus of 300 MW during offpeak hours, while another 767 MW NEEPCO, it would supply surplus of capacity will be added by year- power to other states of the counend. Sikkim is self-sufficient at try," Kharkongor said. And, to feed the surplus power 95.70 MW. grenade under the orders of L. Mangoljao State-run North Eastern Elec- from the northeast to other parts aka Lamyanba Khuman, the commander- tric Power Corporation (NEEP- of India, the state-run Power Grid in-chief of the outfit, believed to be hiding CO), a mini-ratna company under Corporation of India Limited now in Nepal," police said. the Union Ministry of Power, alone (PGCIL) has erected 800-kv caThe special search operation was conducted under the supervision of S. Ibomcha, Additional Superintendent of Police (Operations), Imphal West. P. Labango Mangang, Editor of KanNear Firing Range, Lingrijan, Dimapur gla Pao evening newspaper, told IANS on Classes – Nursery to 10 Tuesday that the Editors' Guild Manipur is yet to get an official statement from the police. "Our appeal is that armed persons ADmIssIOn nOTICe and others should not harass the scribes Admission is going on for Classes who are working amid constraints in this – Nursery to 9(Nine) insurgency-affected state. We should be Hostel facilities are available for Both Boys & Girls allowed to discharge our duty freely," he added. Office hour: - 9:00am to 1:00pm Security was tightened in the district Contact No:- 9862251085 following reports that extortion threats may be made to the candidates in the GOVERNMENT OF NAGALAND coming elections, police said.

Outfit threatening Manipur editors identified imphAl, JAnuAry 10 (iAnS): In a major breakthrough, Manipur Police have identified the militant group that had been threatening local editors. On December 26, a hand grenade was left in the office of the Pandam News evening daily with a note saying that it was a "new year gift to the editors". This triggered a 24-hour cease-work strike by the local scribes on December 27. Police late on Monday arrested Mohen Kangabam, 63, an active member of the Kangleipak Communist Party (Lamyanba Khuman), a proscribed militant outfit, and recovered some extortion letters and incriminating items from his house. The threats were carried out by Corcom, an apex body of six outfits, a spokesperson for the para-military Assam Rifles here said. "Mohen has confessed to his crime. He disclosed that he planted the hand

that this was a move for the government to gain political mileage. A press note from the TWSM condemned the arrest of Naga United Council (UNC) President Gaidon Kanter and Publicity Secretary Stephen Lamkang on November 25, 2016; “divide & rule policy by creating of seven new districts without consulting the Hill Areas Committee; vandalisation of more than 45 vehicles by mob While acknowledging that the economic blockade imposed in protest

Toy train derails in Darjeeling, five injured

Siliguri, JAnuAry 10 (iAnS): At least five people including the train driver received minor injuries as a toy train of Darjeeling Himalayan Railway on Tuesday derailed at Kurseong in north West Bengal, an official said. "Total 5 persons including driver received minor injuries and shifted to Kurseong hospital," said Darjeeling District Magistrate Anurag Srivastava. Railway managers had reached the spot and were probing the cause of the accident.

Meghalaya: eleven traders abducted by suspected militants Shillong, JAnuAry 10 (pti): Suspected militants today abducted eleven traders, but eight of them managed to escape their clutches, near Gasuapara in South Garo Hills district of Meghalaya. The traders, most of whom were from Assam and travelling to conduct business near the village of Gasuapara, were waylaid at about 6.30 AM, a police official said. Eight traders managed to escape from the captors, he said. The three traders who were taken at gun point by unknown militants, are all from Dalu in West Garo Hills district and have been identified as Tamal Dey of Killapara, Dulan Mahanta also of Killapara and Durgapada Dutta of Chaipani. “We rushed a team to the spot and were still awaiting details. Poor connectivity is causing problems,” Superintendent of police, South Garo Hills Anand Mishra said. Incidentally, its was the local MLA who informed the police that some traders might have been kidnapped after some vehicles were waylaid by armed men. Eleven traders of Assam were kidnapped by militants from near the same spot about three months ago.

solar and wind power in the next five years. With a population of 45.58 million in the northeastern region, the eight states including Sikkim, have a per capita electricity consumption of 257.98 kilowatt hour (kWh) against the national average of 778.71 kWh. State Power and Transport Minister Manik Dey said that Tripura has agreed to supply an additional 100 MW of electricity to Bangladesh over and above the 100 MW being supplied since March 23, 2016. "The Bangladesh government has sought more electricity from India to tackle its power crisis in the eastern part of the country. India's power ministry recently wanted to know whether the Tripura government is ready to provide additional 100 MW of power to Bangladesh. We have accordingly agreed," Dey told IANS.


TWSM condemns creation of new districts in Manipur

DimApur, JAnuAry 10 (mExn): The Tangkhul Welfare Society Mumbai (TWSM) has condemned the actions of the Manipur Government to create 7 new districts in the state without consulting the Hill Areas Committee, and for failing to resolve the issue amicably. It stated that the Manipur Government has dishonoured the four memorandum of understanding signed between the various Naga civil society bodies and the Manipur government. The TWSM stated

pacity and 1,728-km-long High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission line from Biswanath Chariyalli in Guwahati to Agra in Uttar Pradesh at an investment of Rs 12,000 crore ($1.8 billion). The power ministry has estimated the hydro-power potential of the northeastern region at 58,971 MW, almost 40 percent of the country's total potential, but only less than two per cent (1,200 MW) has been exploited till last year. Energy expert Sudhindra Kumar Dube said that the power generation potential of the northeastern region must be utilised with proper planning. "The region has not only potential to generate a huge amount of hydropower but also has scope to set up more gas- and coal-based plants in the region," Dube told IANS. NEEPCO also plans to generate at least 1,500 MW from non-conventional sources of energy such as

against the government’s action has affected the community in Manipur, the TWSM however said that the UNC imposed the blockade to draw the attention of the government and resolve the issue. It asked all communities in Manipur to understand that the “fight is between the Government of Manipur and Nagas.” “We should not create communal hatred and enmity but pressurise the State Government to resolve the issues at the earliest,” the TWSM urged.


Regd. No. 07 I Shri. Gaizoklung S/o of Gonmeijei of Dungki village, PO & PS Jalukie, Peren Dist. Nagaland hereby declare that the name Gaizoklung and Namgong is of same person. I hereby declare that my correct name is GAIZOKLUNG and shall be used for all official purposes in the future. Deponent 1st Class Magistrate


Dt. Zbto. the 20/11/2016

Notice calling objection for the issue of Succession Certificate

Smti. Toshini of Mapulumi Village District Zunheboto has applied for the issue of Succession Certificate/ Guardianship Certificate declaring that her Husband Late S. Khusheto Sema has expired on 10-11-2016. It is hereby notified that id no objection to issue this certificate is received from anyone within a period of 30 (thirty) days w.e.f the date of publication in press, the Certificate shall be issued, and no further complaint will be entertained for issue of the same. Sd/- Deputy Commissioner Zunheboto: Nagaland


Admission Notice for Class A – 9 Academic Session 2017 Admission to Class A – 9 is going on. Interested candidates may obtain Admission Form from ABAM Book Depot Mokokchung or from School Office during office hours (9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.)  Special Offer for Church workers’ children: a) Impur compound staff : Admission Fee free b) Neighbouring Villages (day Scholars) : 50% concession in Admission Fee c) Students residing in hostel : 50% concession in Mess Fee  Hostel available for both Boys and Girls  Admission closes on 31st January 2017



Interested candidates are invited for undergoing FREE trainings in the following trades stated below under Community Development through Polytechnics (CDTP) Scheme based on Modular Employability Skills organised by Government Polytechnic Kohima. Slno 1 2

Program title Baking House wiring

Training venue Don Bosco colony Kohima Govt. Polytechnic Kohima

Minimum Qualification Not required Not required

Duration 3 days 2 weeks

Intake capacity 20 20

NB: 1. Applications can be collected from the office of the Principal Government Polytechnic Kohima with immediate effect on all working days from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. 2. 2copies of passport photo to be submitted along with the application. 3. Date of commencement of trainings is 16th Jan 2017. 4. Selection of candidates shall be done on the basis of first come first. 5. The selected candidates will be pasted on the notice board of Government Polytechnic Kohima on 13th January 2017. 6. All the selected candidates have to report to the undersigned on 16th January 2017 at 11:00 AM without fail for a short briefing and after which, the candidates will be proceeded to different venue for training. (Er. Vipulhou Lhoungu) Principal

For further details, contact: 1. 9436017624 – Chairman, Managing Board 2. 9436426583 – Principal Sd. Principal, CMHSS, Impur


EMPLOYMENT IN INDIAN NAVY- BEWARE OF AGENTS/ CHEATS It has come to the notice that some agents/touts/unsocial elements on pretext to provide employment in the Indian Navy, make upbeat promises about chances of employment and virtually all of them ask innocent candidates to pay for their services. To achieve their end, they use dubious advertisements depicting Indian Navy address, website details, false certificate and email etc. to deceive unsuspecting job seekers. It is informed that recruitment of sailors is undertaken by Directorate of Manpower Planning and Recruitment (DMPR) of the Indian Navy whereas adequate publicity is undertaken by way of recruitment advertisement published in Employment News/leading newspapers across the country. All the details are also put on DMPR official website as per the schedule. It is reiterated that there is no requirement for anyone to pay any money at any stage of recruitment including filling of application form, written test, physical fitness test, medical examination and merit list. davp 10701/11/0064/1617

Dated, Kohima, the 9th January 2017

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The Morung Express Dimapur, Nagaland, India

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