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Nagaland Post

Vol XXVI No. 355

DIMAPUR, thursday, december 1, 2016

South Korea’s Park ready to resign

Barak FC lifts Classic cup for 3rd time

Ratan’s half brother Noel back in fray for Tata’s corner office job

international, page 9

sports, Page 12

business, Page 8

Deadlock holds up Parl for 10th day

NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (IANS): Parliament on Wednesday saw yet another day of washout with an aggressive opposition raking up fresh demand for obituary reference for the army personnel killed in the Nagrota attack and for the over 80 deaths in demonetisation-related issues as well as pressing for a debate on scrapping of 500 and 1,000 rupee notes under a rule that entails voting. Neither the Rajya Sabha nor the Lok Sabha could transact any business due to continuous uproar and pandemonium, leading to both houses being adjourned early. This was the 10th consecutive day of Parliament to be wasted. In Rajya Sabha, the opposition members created an uproar demanding obituary reference for the army personnel killed in the Nagrota attack and for those who died in demonetisation-related issues. The House was adjourned for the day after witnessing two earlier adjournments over the issue. Leader of Opposition in the House Ghulam Nabi Azad was the first to raise the issue.

US Ambassador to visit Nagaland

Richard Verma

D I M A P U R , N OV 3 0 (NPN): Coinciding with his North Eastern states tour, US Ambassador to India, Richard Verma would be arriving Nagaland on December 1 to attend the Hornbill Festival. As per the original itinerary, Verma was to attend the inaugural programme at Kisama as one of the guests of honour. However, due to technical reasons, the plan had to be changed at the last minute, a US embassy official told Nagaland Post. The Ambassador would however join the citizens at the ‘Night carnival’ on Thursday evening after visiting the World War II memorial cemetery. Other dignitaries who would be attending 10-day Hornbill Festival include-Assam CM, Sarbananda Sonowal; chief justice of Gauhati High Court, justice Ajit Singh; Bihar MP Pappu Yadav and others.

This is it!

“Hello sister, wise up.That won’t do to get us emancipated and empowered.” K Y M C

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Opposition members protest in the well of the Rajya Sabha in New Delhi on Wednesday. (PTI)

“Our seven soldiers, including two senior officers, have died at Nagrota. The House must first pay homage to them, and after that to the 82 people who have died due to government’s wrong policy (of demonetisation),” Azad said. He was joined by Trinamool Congress MP Sukhendu Sekhar Roy who also pressed for an obituary reference for the killed soldiers as well as for the “people who have died in the queues”.

BSP leader Mayawati, JD-U’s Sharad Yadav and SP’s Ram Gopal Yadav also raised the same demand. As soon as the House was reconvened at 12 noon after the first adjournment, opposition members stood up and started chanting “Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan” and ignored the Chair’s call for question hour. Interestingly, the treasury bench MPs also raised the same slogan. Amused at this, Chairman Hamid Ansari observed, “There is total

agreement in the House.” However, when the sloganeering did not stop, Ansari adjour ned the House till 2 pm. The Chair adjourned the House first till 12 noon, and later till 2 pm. Later, when the ruckus refused to subside, the House was adjourned for the day. In Lok Sabha, the opposition parties continued their tirade against the government over the demonetisation issue as protests and sloganeering forced Speaker Sumitra Mahajan

Delhi Naga civil society groups demand release of UNC leaders DIMAPUR, NOV 30 (NPN): Committee for Joint Naga Civil Societies Delhi (CJNCSD), formed by Naga Students’ Union Delhi on November 28 in collaboration with various Delhi based Naga civil societies have demanded immediate and unconditional release of United Naga Council (UNC) president Gaidon Kamei and information and publicity secretary S.K. Stephen. The committee also demanded that the centre to intervene in the ongoing crisis in Manipur. In a mailed press release, CJNCSD convener Lakpachui Siro and secretary Chawangbo Chalunmai affirmed to launch a democratic movement in New Delhi to press on their demands. CJNCSD comprises of representatives from Naga Forum Delhi, Naga People Movement for Human Rights, Delhi Sector, Naga Lawyers’ Guild, Delhi, Naga Students’ Union Delhi, Forum for Understanding the Naga-India Conflict & Human Rights, Naga Scholars’ Association and Naga People’s Union for Civil Liberties.

The committee also met minister of state for Home, Kiren Rijiju on November 29 and submitted a two- point memorandum seeking Government of India intervention on the issue. CJNCSD vowed to resort to various democratic movements till their demands were met. Further, the committee said that Naga Hoho team led by its president Chuba Ozukhum on their visit to New Delhi on the similar issue assured to lent their support and participated in the meeting of the leaders of various Naga civil societies. On the economic blockade launched by UNC, the committee clarified that the protest was to safeguard the indigenous land of the Naga people against the State arbitrary decision without any consultation and its complete disregard to the past Memorandum of Understanding signed with the Governments of Manipur and written assurance from Ministry of Home Affairs, November 24 on issue of Sadar Hills and Jiribam.

to adjourn the house for the day. Opposition led by the Congress and TMC continued their demand to discuss the demonetisation issue under a rule which entails voting. Earlier, both the parties were insistent that the discussion be held only under Rule 56 that calls for adjournment motion with voting. Soon after the House met in the morning, the opposition parties, including Congress and TMC, demanded that tributes should be paid by the house to the army men killed in Tuesday’s Nagrota attack. The Speaker said that the combing operation is still continuing and the government is gathering the details about the incident. Expressing dissatisfaction, the Congress, TMC, the Left and the RJD, then staged a brief walkout over the issue. When the house again met after the two adjournments, the scene was no different. Mahajan then adjourned the house for the day. Parliament has experienced a virtual washout since the session began on November 16.

Petrol price up by 13p; diesel cheaper NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (PTI): Petrol price was today hiked by a marginal 13 paisa a litre while diesel rates were cut by 12 paisa in line with global trends. The revision in rates announced by Indian Oil Corp (IOC), the nation’s biggest fuel retailer, is excluding state levies (VAT) and the actual change will be higher after considering them. Prices were last revised on November 16 when petrol rate went up by Rs 1.46 a litre and diesel by Rs 1.53 per litre, excluding state levies. “The current level of international product prices of petrol and diesel and Rupee-US Dollar exchange rate warrant increase in selling price of petrol and decrease in selling prices of diesel, the impact of which is being passed on to the consumers with this price revision,” IOC said in a statement.

State BJP hits back at NPF D I M A P U R , N OV 3 0 (NPN): Reacting to the scathing attack on the Nagaland Governor as well as the BJP by the NPF at the latter’s CEC meeting in Kohima Tuesday, Nagaland BJP reiterated that it fully backed the clarion call given by prime minister Narendra Modi, to provide corruption-free good governance to the people and asked, why was the Naga People’s Front (NPF) “defending corruption by blaming BJP?” Referring to criticism against the Governor by NPF ministers at the meeting in Kohima, State BJP spokesman Yanghose Sangtam, asked why was NPF questioning the visits to villages by the Governor since as head of the state, he could go to any place and meet people in order to understand problems. The BJP spokesman also reiterated that NGOs, organisations or political parties were free to call on the Governor of the state at Raj Bhavan to air grievances. Responding to the NPF ministers that BJP legislators were given “good portfolios”; Sangtam said people of the state know whether the so-called “good portfo-

lio” were “actually important portfolios”. Sangtam pointed out that portfolios given to BJP legislators, were held by parliamentary secretary Mmhonlumo before he was sacked on October 28 included-labour & employment, cooperation, skill development and border affairs. The other portfolios held by BJP legislators included- transport & communication, treasuries and accounts. Further, he also clarified that the state BJP president and vice chairman of DAN was accorded status of parliamentary secretary and not cabinet status as claimed by the NPF minister at the CEC meeting. Since the CEC meeting “confirmed” that the status given to the state BJP president and vice chairman DAN was of cabinet status, Sangtam urged the NPF-led DAN government to regularise the status of cabinet with immediate effect. Hitting out NPF for claiming that BJP was surviving because of NPF, he instead reminded that present DAN government was “surviving on the oxygen given by the BJP-led NDA govt”. Sangtam said though BJP and NPF had been al-

lies from 2003 to 2009, the alliance was broker in 2009 when two BJP legislators joined NPF and which included present home minister. He said the DAN alliance was revived during the 2013 assembly elections. The BJP also reaffirmed its resolution adopted at the 2nd BJP executive meeting in Mokokchung on June 24, 2016 on the “Open Door Policy” so that any political party could join BJP without any precondition “including the NPF”. Meanwhile, former additional advocate general Nagaland Pius Lotha has backed the Governor P.B.Acharya against the attacks made by NPF ministers on Tuesday in Kohima. Pius in a statement, said the Governor, had only exercised his prerogative to visit places and enquire about the welfare of citizens under his jurisdiction. He said as per Article 154(i) the governor had executive powers which he exercised directly or through his subordinate officers as per the constitution. Also as per Article 371(1)(c), the Governor has the power to recommend and demand or grant and to ensure that money provided (Cont’d on p-7)

Hornbill Fest overshadows Statehood Day the second President of India Dr S Radhakrishnan formally declared Nagaland as the 16th state under the Indian Union at the Kohima Local Ground. Except on the 50th anniversary of Nagaland Statehood, at the Hornbill Festival, where the president of India Pranab Mukherjee made a speech on the occasion, the celebration has not been observed in a deserving way to pay tributes to those pioneers who worked under challenging times to make Nagaland state The then President of India, S. Radhakrishnan addressing the inaugural a reality. programme of Nagaland Statehood on December 1, 1963. (File) It was on July 26, 1960 that the Naga PeoDIMAPUR, NOV 30 (NPN): by one of the cabinet ministers, Ever since Hornbill Festival was during the NPF CEC meeting in ple’s Convention (NPC) signed 16-Point Agreement with the first launched in 2000, coincid- Kohima on Tuesday. ing with the Nagaland Statehood The minister suggested that government of India after a meetday on December 1, the focus has Hornbill Festival celebration ing with the then prime minister shifted towards celebrating Horn- should begin from December 2 Jawaharlal Nehru. Later, the first bill as the ‘Festival of Festivals’ and then December 1 be observed convention of the NPC was held rather than the Statehood Day. as Statehood Day. It may be re- in Kohima, and the 2nd convenThis was also highlighted called that on December 1,1963, tion at Ungma.

Solid waste managament project for cleaner Dimapur ULFA (I) trying to return in Staff Reporter

DIMAPUR, NOV 30 (NPN): Municipal solid waste project, the second of its kind in the state after Kohima, was launched at Dimapur on Wednesday. The project will be implemented from December 15 at DMC dumping zone, United Naga Block (UNB), Burma camp Dimapur. Newwaves Bio Fuel India limited, a Hydrabad based company which is the implementing agency promised to make Nagaland a destination for organic farming. The project also focuses on production of bio fuels out of the solid waste that could be used to promote organic farming, skill development and drinking water management programme. According to parliamentary secretary municipal affairs, economics & statistics, R.Tohanba, the initiative by Government of India on integrated waste management would be greatly beneficial to citizens of Nagaland particularly Dimapur. Tohanba, who inaugurated

(Seated 4th from right) R.Tohanba with department officials and others after launching the Municipal solid waste project in Dimapur. (NP)

“integrated waste management with production of bio fuels, organic farming, skill development and waste & drinking water management” under Make in India here Wednesday, was of the viewed that the project would be helpful to Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) in larger way to segregate the waste in proper manner. It would also contribute in revenue generation, which in turn will assist DMC to take up more development programmes in beautification of Dimapur town, the

parliamentary secretary said. He assured the company that the state government would extend all logistic support to ensure that the works on the project begin at the earliest. Tohanba further stressed on creating mechanism to create awareness with scientific approach on waste management to reduce the adverse impact on environment and health. DMC administrator Atokhe Aye welcomed the implementation of the technology in Dimapur, when

DMC has been deploying all its limited manpower and machineries to make the city a cleaner environment. He thanked the state government for the initiative in introducing the technology in Dimapur. In the absence of new technologies, the waste generated from Dimapur has become unmanageable leading to health and environmental hazards. However, Atokhe was hopeful that the new innovative would be successful and assured to extend fullest support. Earlier, the activities under taken by company were highlighted by chairman Poonam Singh. Managing director of Newwaves bio fuels India private limited, Khrishna Prasanth gave a brief report of the project and said that the technology has been transferred from UK and USA and the same has been approved under Make in India. He further emphasized on the importance of Swachh Bharat, the dream project of Prime minister. Short speech was also delivered by commissioner and secretary, municipal affairs, Menokhol John.

interstate border areas

GUWAHATI, NOV 30 (PTI): Assam Director General of Police Mukesh Sahay today said there were inputs about the resurgence of ULFA (Independent) in certain areas of the state bordering Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland, but asserted that the state police was prepared to counter any offensive. “There is (report of) resurgence of ULFA (I) in certain areas of Upper Assam along Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland but we are fully prepared to give our counter-response. The Unified Command Structure operations are on”, the DGP told a press meet here. Responding to queries Sahay said, “they (ULFA(I) are resorting to recruitment in those areas and under the leadership of NSCN (Khaplang) formed a common platform in a bid to strengthen the North Eastbased insurgent outfits”.

With neutralisation of the Garo National Liberation Army in the Garo Hills of Meghalaya along the state has helped in controlling ULFA in lower Assam, he said. On media reports about harassment of civilians who were being lined up together during security operations in the state, the DGP said, “counter-insurgency operations are against antinational elements and not to victimise the civilians”. DGP Law and Order Kuladar Saikia said, “The people are kept together outside for their safety so that they are not caught in crossfire between security forces and militants”. DGP Sahay also said that the Assam government with assistance from the centre will raise five new India Reserve Battalions to strengthen the state police force and help employ people in the state. K Y M C



Acharya joins Japfüphiki Pfütsana common Sekrenyi

LYH extends support to WDAU DIMAPUR: Drawing attention to the bad road conditions in most colonies of Wokha town, the Lotha Youth Hoho (LYH) has appreciated the efforts made by the Wokha District Auto Union (WDAU) for filling up the potholes along the NH within Wokha town. A press note by LYH president, R. Nchumbemo Ezung stated that the Wokha District Auto Union has been performing this yeoman service at least twice in

a year at their own expense. It also mentioned that the roads in most colonies of Wokha town are useable due to the initiative of the citizens who have not only contributed man power but also cash, stones, sand gravels, vehicles for transportation of the materials etc. In this regard, LYH has assured its cooperation to the WDAU and other civil society organizations who work selflessly for the betterment of the community.

LEH condemns assault on minor Governor, P.B. Acharya speaking at the Japfüphiki (Southern Angami) Pfütsana common pre/advance Sekrenyi (Phosanyi) at Lerie, Kohima on November 30. (DIPR)

DIMAPUR: Governor of Nagaland, P.B. Acharya was the chief guest of Japfüphiki (Southern Angami) Pfütsana (traditional religion) common pre/advance Sekrenyi (Phosanyi) at Lerie, Kohima on Wednesday. According to DIPR report, P.B. Acharya speaking on the occasion called upon

the gathering to improve their life style and prepare their minds to change the system. He stressed on living together with unity and wished happy Sekrenyi to all. The meaning of Sekrenyi was highlighted by Yose Chaya, advisor of Japfüphiki Pfütsana Krotho (JPKK)

Two held for extortion

Arrested persons in police custody.

DIMAPUR: Anti- Extortion Team (AET) under Zone-II of Dimapur Police arrested one person from Notun Bosti area on November 29 while he was collecting Trade License Tax from the business establishments and further on November 30 arrested another person from Marwaripatti area while he was extorting money from the business

establishments. In a press note by ADCP/PRO, the arrested persons have been identified as Kennedy Poumai son of Kashipru of Senapati, Manipur, reportedly a ‘rajapeyu’ of the NSCN/ GPRN (IM) and Vikheto Awomi son of late Likayi Awomi of Kholeboto village, Zunheboto a ‘sergeant major’ in the NSCN (K) set-up.

where he said that the traditional religion (Pfütsana) followed the lunar moon. Earlier blessing was pronounced by Neisa Thol, former chairman of JPKK. Welcome address was delivered by Viphil Thokhwe. Pedaho Kiso, chairman of JPKK proposed vote of thanks.

DIMAPUR: Lotha Eloe Hoho (LEH) has vehemently condemned the physical assault of a 12-year old girl by her step mother, Lochano Tsanglao Of Elumyo village residing in NST colony Wokha. LEH stated that the scars and marks on the victim’s body clearly indicated the grievousness of the physical injury inflicted and the mental trauma that the girl had gone through cannot be described in words. LEH stated that the role of a mother was to protect and nurture the child, to develop positive character traits with love and compassion for others and to help them grow up to become productive human being as children are the gift of god. LEH also thanked the NST Eloe Ekhung for taking the initiative in booking the culprit and has urged the concerned authority to take appropriate action according to the law against the step-mother.

‘Learn Nagamese’ app launched DIMAPUR: With an aim to provide an easy platform to anyone who is keen to speak Nagamese, the Learn Nagamese app team has formally announced the launch of its app “Learn Nagamese.” The app is already available on Google Play store and can be downloaded for free. According to the team, anyone from anywhere in the world can have easy access to this language now through the app. With no course or book that will help learn Nagamese, ‘Learn Nagamese’ app is the only source to learn the language. Learn Nagamese app allows anyone to learn and speak Nagamese dialect straight from their mobiles and tablets, and all of this at less than a $1 (` 50). The Learn Nagamese Proficiency test levels in the app have been designed

keeping in mind mostly about the practical aspects of basic human interactions in any new culture. As users progress in their test levels they get to know how much language proficiency they have achieved in the form of percentage. The test levels are uniquely divided into various topics such as food, animals, clothing, questions etc. Every lesson is designed keeping a certain standard in mind. “We intend to help the massive number of foreign tourists and fellow citizens who are interested in visiting Nagaland and understanding the local life via effective communication. A common dialect is what brings people closer in most interesting ways, plus, it will in a way boost our state tourism too as most Nagas speak Nagamese along with their

respective tribal language”, said the app founder, Asen Sharma. Asen also informed that the Nagaland Festival founders in Mumbai played a pivotal role in the making of app with the belief that a common and easy to learn common language/creole dialect will help promote the Nagas and their culture better. Just over a month after it was launched, the app has garnered positive reviews from many users. “The interface is fun and intriguing to any new user since the words are quite similar to most Hindi, Bengali, and Assamese words and hence we can easily relate to the language”, said one user. The app is designed to offer top quality user experience which is anything but boring.

Free medical camps held in Phek, Peren, Chumukedima

Patient undergoing surgery at the camp. Keneisenuo Kire and Dr. Toshevi Sema Keditsu. The doctors accompanied by 5 nurses, 3 paramedics, 1 engineer and 3 drivers travelled to Phek and worked with the medical staff of Phek District Hospital. A total of 175 patients registered for treatment. Nine major surgeries: 6 laparoscopic appendectomy, 1 total abdominal hysterectomy, 1 myomectomy and 1 laparoscopic cholecystectomy . 7 cases of laparoscopic ligations (permanent family planning) were done and 4 copper-T (IUD) were

Altogether 317 patients were examined and given free medicines. Besides consultation few minor surgical procedures, screening for gynaecological cases and tooth extraction were also done. The team were assisted by the doctors and nurses of the DH as well. After the camp was concluded a simple valedictory-cum-debriefing function was held on November 29 attended by the team of doctors, CMO Peren, MS Peren, EAC Peren Headquarter representing DC Peren and doctors from the DH Peren. Charing the meeting, CMO Dr. Nganshimeren thanked and appreciated the team for their relentless and dedicated service rendered to the people of Peren district. He also acknowledged the Rotary Club of Mumbai for donating X-ray machine to the DH following the 1st version of medical camp in 2015. He also projected needs and deficiencies of

the DH in the meeting and requested the team to take the message to their parent body in Mumbai. One of the team members namely Dr. Delip K. Soundale, gynaecologist who is also the MS of a Sub District Hospital in Maharashtra volunteered to donate 1 portable USG (Ultra Sonography Machine) to DH Peren. Others who spoke included MS, Dr. Atsungla, EAC Peren headquarter on behalf of DC Peren. CHUMUKEDIMA: In Chumukedima the camp was held at Nagaland Police Referral Hospital on November 30. A total of 306 patients were examined by a team of six specialist doctors including two cardiologist. Free investigation and medicines were given to the patients. Patients have been informed that investigation reports could be collected from CMO, Dr. N. Adaho in the first week of January 2017.

news in brief DIPR to webcast Hornbill festival: Department of Information & Public Relations would be giving live webcast of the Hornbill Festival 2016 at www.ipr. NU meeting: Principals and vice-principals/examination in-charges of all the affiliated colleges under Nagaland University are informed that meeting along with officials of the university would be held on December 8 at 11 a.m in the conference hall of Kohima College. The meeting has been convened to discuss matters relating to implementation of UGC 10 point scale and other issues pertaining to undergraduate courses. All concerned have been requested to attend the meeting without positively. KTC to celebrate 25th anniversary: Khiamniungan Tribal council would be celebrating its 25th anniversary from December 10 to 12 at Noklak Town under the theme “One People One Aspiration” with MP Rajya Sabha K. G. Kenye as chief guest and member of regional parliament Myanmar, N. Mongdei as the guest of honour. Minister of Health & Family Welfare, P. Longon and secretary, Land Revenue, Women Resources Development & VG, L. Khumo would be the chief host. DDCMPUL informs: Dimapur District Co-operative Milk Producers’ Union Ltd. (DDCMPUL) has convened its 19th annual general meeting on December 16 at 11 am in Dimapur Central Dairy, 7th mile. All members have been requested to attend the meeting positively. DAPCU Dimapur to observe World Aids Day: District AIDS Prevention and Control Unit (DAPCU), Dimapur would be observing the 29th World Aids Day 2016 on December 1 at 10 a.m in the town hall, Dimapur under the theme “Hands up for HIV Prevention” with Dr. K. Vikato Kinimi, CMO, Dimapur as the chief guest for the event. NH and ENPO joint consultative meet: Naga Hoho (NH) and the ENPO would be having a joint consultative meeting on December 2 at 2 p.m in Hotel Saramati, Dimapur. All the tribe units’ presidents under Naga Hoho and ENPO have been requested to attend the meeting positively. CANSSEA informs: Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDOs) of the state government offices/establishments under Dimapur district have been requested to initiate collection and submit the yearly CANSSEA membership fee for 2016 of Rupees 50 per member on or before December 20 to L. S. Ngullie and Limasangla for Dimapur/Chumukedima/Dhansiripar or contact 9436266152 and 9856324043; Amenla Yanthan for

Medziphema area 9862977952 and Kahoto for Niuland/Kuhuboto/Nihokhu area at 9862080315. DoSE informs: Additional director of School Education has reminded the elementary and secondary officers and GTs who have not submitted B.Ed pass mark sheet and certificate should submit immediately to directorate at room No. 19 on or before December 8, 2016. Those failing to comply with the order would not be included in the seniority list. Orientation workshop on PINDICS: Three-day orientation and workshop on PINDICS and Shaala Siddhi, a national programme on school standards and evolution would be held from December 6 to 8 at 9 a.m in the block level for all teachers in their respective EBRCs. All primary/elementary teachers have been directed to attend the workshop without fail. ADC, DMA/SSA Kiphire, Sethricho L.Sangtam stated that, as per the directive of the commissioner and secretary of School Education “No work, No pay” would be imposed to those teachers who failed to attend the training. DA/TA would be given as per norms. Training from December 6 at 9 a.m would be compulsory for all teachers’ upto elementary level. Trainings from December 7 to 8 at 9 a.m would be for head teachers/teachers i/c only. CSOs pledge for clean election: Representatives from all political parties, Naga women hoho, GBs union, Naga council Dimapur, Dimapur urban council chairman federation and Dimapur municipal council held a meeting on November 29, in connection to the proposed conduct of municipal council election under Dimapur district. At the meeting, all representatives gave their pledged and agreed to conduct a clean election. NNC/NPGN (N/A) recommends: Collective leadership of NNC/NPGN (N/A) has recommended retirement of secretary medical NNC/NPGN (N/A), Zakato Sumi on health ground from the Naga national service from November 30, 2016. A press note from MIP kilonser, N. Mar Ao stated that Zakato was a dedicated and sincere person towards Naga national service of NNC/NPGN (N/A). It stated that all the rank and files of NNC/NPGN wish him good luck and grand success in his future endeavour. Lost and found: An envelope containing driving license, pan card and voter ID card belonging to Amose Ketsutdoiybe Disuang has been found. Rightful owner may collect the same from Dimapur District Autorickshaw Driver Union (DDADU) head office, super market, Dimapur.


The Naga Peoples Front (NPF) 39 A/C Sanis Party Office at Sanis ‘o’ Point was inaugurated on 26th Nov 2016 by Shri. P. Mhonthung Lotha President NPF Wokha Division as the Chief Guest. Speaking at the programme he urged the party members of the constituency to be loyal and adhered party principle. He also assured and encouraged the gathering that the NPF Party in the state is strong enough to run the government where in the next election NPF will win a majority. Finally, he asked the constituency people to utilize the newly opened office for the benefit of the party. He was accompanied by party officials from the district and state. Shri. Y. Renbomo Kikon general secretary, NPF Central HQ Kohima in his short speech had also encouraged and appeal all to work incessantly to strengthen the party and to let shine. Earlier, the party office was dedicated by Mr. Khodao Mozhui Pastor Hachan Baptist Church Sanis, welcome note by Nyamo Lotha NPF President 39 A/C, vote of thanks by Janbemo N. Odyuo general Secretary and benediction by Ntsemo Ovung Treasurer of both NPF 39 A/C Sanis respectively. Issued by : Media Cell NPF Wokha Division DC-2665


DIMAPUR: Free medical camp was organized by the Dr. K & T Keditsu Foundation in Phek District Hospital from November 25 to 27 as part of the statewide campaign initiated by governor of Nagaland, Padmanabha Acharya with the Indian National Fellowship Centre, Mumbai and coordinated by the government of Nagaland. The medical team comprised of Dr. Kezevituo Keditsu, Dr. Azo Louis, Dr. Alemwapang, Dr. Thejavinuo Keditsu Kire, Dr.

inserted. Cervical cancer screening and Pap smears were taken. Ultrasound screening was done for 30 patients during the medical camp. 30 tooth extractions were performed. Dr. K & T Keditsu Foundation was set up with the objectives of helping Naga society in the areas of medical care, women empowerment, education, rural development and environmental preservation. The foundation has expressed its gratitude to governor, DC Phek Muruto Chotso, EACs Tianyanger Jamir and K. C. Angami, healthcare associates and Ethicon for their logistical and material support. PEREN: In Peren the free medical team comprised of Dr. Rajan Powle, surgeon, Dr. Bharati Chetan Desai, GP, Dr. Ashok B. Mishra, Physician, Dr. Delip K. Soundale, gynaecologist, Dr. Chetan Desai, dental surgeon and Dr. Hailumbe Ipuing, dental surgeon.

Nagaland Post, Dimapur Thursday, December 1, 2016




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separate celebration for statehood day?  Yes  No  Can’t say


(Temperature in ºC)

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Agartala Partly sunny

28 17

Mostly sunny

24 11

Guwahati Sunshine and some clouds

29 15

Aizawl Imphal

Sunny much of the time

24 12

Itanagar Not as warm with a shower

24 13


Partly sunny with a shower

19 6


Partly sunny with a shower

19 11

Dimapur Partly sunny Mkg

Some sun with a shower

Tuensang Partly sunny and cooler Wokha

Sazo graces CAPO silver jubilee celebration


Yes No Can’t say

Not as warm with a shower

Zunheboto Sun and some clouds

26 14 21 11 15 7 19 14 19 11

Sazo addressing CAPO silver jubilee celebration on Wednesday. (NP)

Correspondent KOHIMA, NOV 30 (NPN): The Chokri Area Public Organisation (CAPO) celebrated its silver jubilee at Chokriba under Phek district under the theme “Hard work is the solution” with Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) speaker Chotisuh Sazo as the chief guest on Wednesday. Speaking on the occasion, Sazo congratulated the organisation for having reached 25 years of its existence and also expressed his gratitude to the organisation for having rendered yeoman service to its people in the last 25 years. He also lauded the organisers for aptly choosing the theme

“Hard work is the solution” which was in sync with our cherished culture of honesty, integrity and hard labour. Sazo said “as we revisit our economy, in the past self sufficiency was the hallmark of our people and self sufficiency was gained with the result of hard labour.” He urged the gathering to put their sincere efforts whereby the theme would not be just a slogan but a living reality. Sazo also urged upon all to draw lessons from the host village Rihuba wherein all the households were engaged in having a farm in their respective backyard and beyond. As a prelude to the

silver jubilee celebration, he urged upon all to take up viable projects in their respective villages whereby they would put in hard work to gain self sufficiency. Earlier, the chief guest unveiled the monolith. The celebration was attended by hundreds of villagers from all the villages of Chokri area and neighbouring villages. The inaugural function was followed by cultural presentation by all the villages of Chokri Area. President Japfuphiki Chokri Dzevi Krotho Kikhwesul Thokhwe, N. Theyo, ex minister, Thenucho Tunyi, ex-minister and Murohu Chotso, deputy commissioner Phek also addressed the gathering.

CLC annual freshers cum parting social

(L-R) 3rd and 5th semester students presenting a special number. Nagaland Bar Association, president Tali Ao speaking at the programme. (NP) Staff Reporter D I M A P UR , N OV 3 0 (NPN): City Law College (CLC) celebrated its annual freshers cum parting social on Wednesday at its college premises in Burma Camp with Nagaland Bar Association president, advocate Tali Ao as speaker. Speaking at the func-

tion on the theme “Present issues relating to Naga society and legal application” Tali Ao elaborated on “Nagaland Municipal Act, 2001”, “Nagaland Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulation Act, 2012” and “Nagaland Special Development Zone, 2012”. He also deliberated on how to safeguard Art.



Nagaland Post, Dimapur Thursday, December 1, 2016

371(A) of the Indian constitution in matters relating to Nagaland Municipal Act, 2001 vis-à-vis 33% women reservation in the state and lamented that Article 371 (A) is a special provision granted to the state of Nagaland as a partial fulfilment of the 1960 agreement that later created the State in 1963.

In this regard not only the customary law, social practice and belief of the people of Nagaland but also the resources of the state would verdantly remain safeguarded from the intervention of the union government and its various policies unless the State Assembly so decides by resolution, he added. An interaction time was also held where queries were answered to and doubts were cleared by Tali Ao. Earlier the programme was chaired by Kaoliangam and Imlikala, invocation by Sedivile Angami, welcome address by president Tukuvi A Tuccu, special songs were presented by students of 3rd and 5th semester, Alino Assumi and guest artist Khekiho Yeptho, exhortation by CLC principal P. Leonard Aier, vote of thanks by general secretary Sedelo and benediction by Bohoka Chishi.

DUDA organizes valedictory programme cum distribution of machines/tools Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, Nov 30 (NPN): A valedictory programme cum distribution of machines/tools was organized by DUDA for the successful trainees under BADP capacity building programme 2015-16, Wednesday, at Nagaland Tools Room and Training Centre (NTTC), New Industrial Estate, Dimapur. Speaking at the programme as chief guest, DUDA &LMCP advisor Thongwang Konyak extended his greetings to the gathering. He encouraged the trainers to uphold what they had learned from the training and utilize it for the welfare of the society and within the area. Mentioning that it was difficult for the border area public to reach to the towns, he encouraged the students to help them through their learning and share their knowledge. He maintained that under BADP area there were 13 blocks of which Konyak, Mon area included six blocks, Tuensang, Khiamniungan area included three blocks, Kiphire Pongro area included two blocks and Phek, Pochury area

ANTA raising day DIMAPUR: All Nagaland Taxi Association headquarter Kohima held its raising day cum annual picnic on November 18 at Tsiesema ground (basa) with president Kohima village youth organization (KVYO) Medozhatuo Rutsa as the chief guest. Rutsa in his address stressed the importance of maintenance of discipline, decorum and cleanliness of the taxi drivers as they were the people who first came into contact with tourists. He said the KVYO along with the officials of the ANTA should coordinate to bring out the best for the welfare of the association. The programme was chaired by GS ANTA Ketsusielie Khruomo, invocation prayer by Lezoto Pahino, presidential address by Vibasetuo Solo, action committee report by Dziesevituo Solo. Vote of thanks was proposed by Meyieho Hibo. Around 600 members and 400 taxis attended the programme.

DUDA & LMCP advisor along with the successful trainees and officials at the valedictory cum distribution of tools programme. (NP) included two blocks. He further looked forward that more and better programme would be taken up especially for farmer’s livelihood. Briefing about the trainings under BADP, NCS director DUDA, KS Anden Konyak mentioned that the programme has not only created skilled workers but also entrepreneurs and job creators. This injection of skilled labour with the spirit of enterprise has started the process of economic development and has created a valid demand to expiate the infrastructure development in the border areas. He also mentioned about the courses sponsored by BADP under capacity programme. Konyak while saying

a country would not be upgraded without skill upgradation encouraged the trainees saying that people who worked hard were the most respected persons. He further maintained that out of the 30 trainees, 23 students had opted for job placement provided by NTTC and seven students opted to work as entrepreneurs in their home town. Maize shelling machine was also launched during the programme which was the first of its kind in Nagaland. It may be mentioned that till date more than 5300 villagers have been befitted through the programme under BADP sponsored by the ministry of Home Affairs, department of Border Management, government

of India. All the training courses are normally either for self reliance livelihood or job placement oriented. The department also provides minimum tools, machines, kits and appliances for all successful trainees to enable them to start self reliance. From 2017-18, under the BADP capacity building/skill development programme, the department is planning to give special emphasis on livelihood for farmers of Indo-Myanmar border block villages with an objective to improve socioeconomic condition of these most interior international border area villagers. Altogether 30 trainees have been trained under BAPD programme.

KLBYE celebrates advent Christmas

DIMAPUR: Kohima Liangmai Baptist Youth Endeavour (KLBYE) celebrated advent Christmas on November 30 in the church premises D block, with Nagaland Evangelical Union co-ordinater, Pouduanlung Zeliang as the speaker. Pouduanlung said people longing to see this season were preparing themselves to meet their loved

ones and family members to share the joy of Christmas. He also added that if we celebrate Christmas without allowing Jesus to rule in our lives the meaning of Christmas would not be fulfilled. KLBYE youth department also arranged mid-night service programme at 12 a.m welcoming the month of the birth of Jesus Christ.

Dapfhütsumia Kuda Krotho informs

Dimapur: Dapfhütsumia Kuda Krotho has informed all its members residing in Dimapur that its 3rd annual feast and conference will be held on December 10, 12 noon onwards at Neiphruolie Colony Chumukedima. The executive members of the union has invited all its members to attend the programme to have a meet and greet time among the members.

BSI releases Nishi Bible

Senior auxiliary secretary Dimapur Auxiliary, Rev. Dr. Z. K. Rochill releasing the Bible DIMAPUR: Bible Society of India (BSI), Dimapur Auxiliary has released Nyishi Bible on November 27 at Nyishi Baptist Church C o u n c i l H e a d q u a r t e r, Model Village, Naharlagun, Arunachal Pradesh by senior auxiliary secretary Dimapur Auxiliary, Rev. Dr. Z. K. Rochill. In his message he said, Israelites read the Word of God for three hours, so Nyishi people should also read three hours of Nyishi Bible, so that God would give inspiration to the Nyishi community. Special song was presented by Balijan Baptist Church, Yezali Baptist Church, Sagalee Baptist Church. Rev. Dr. W. K


Along Jamir ATD Shillong brought greetings on behalf of the translations department. Nyishi people gave one lakh contribution by cheque and offering collection was Rs.72,904/-, adding to a total Rs.172,904/contribution to Dimapur Auxiliary which is the highest and record breaker. Altogether 3000 copies of Nyishi Bible were sold on the day of release. General secretary of NBCC, Rev.Tar Choya and president of the Dimapur Auxiliary Rev.Halli Likha Ama, both expressed deep appreciation to BSI ministry for providing the Word of God to the Nyishi community.

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Miscreants attempts to torch govt offices in Mnp


I M P H A L , N ov 3 0 : Amidst the high tension prevailing in the wake of detention of two UNC leaders by the police, miscreants attempted to torch two government offices in Manipur’s Tamenglong district on Wednesday in the wee hour. Unknown miscreants tried to set fire to the district offices of Zonal Education Office (ZEO) and Public Works Department (PWD) in the early morning, a report from Tamenglong said. The miscreants attempted to set fire to the ZEO office buildings around 1 a.m. today. The building was saved from catching fire after the caretaker and his family members staying at a quarters inside the office complex alerted the police personnel stationed at the same premises. They doused the fire in time before major damages were caused to the building, reports said. According to the caretaker, he and his family members were awoke by

the sounds of something hitting the roof of the building. When he went out and looked into if anybody was there but a flame of fire. At first he though, the police personnel stationed at the office complex might have caught the fire to get themselves warm up. But when he approached the office, nobody was there and the door of office was catching fire. He immediately aroused the sleeping family members and police personnel who doused the fire immediately. ZEO Kadi Kamei said that the office was attempted to set fire by unknown person with unknown reason. He said that if the fire was not doused on time, it may cause serious damaged to the office building as well as nearby houses. Some LPG cylinders were also there in one rooms besides important official files and documents, he added. The PWD Tamenglong Division office was also attempted to set afire around the same time. Timely intervention by the caretaker

saved the office building from damages likely to cause to the government office. The attempt to set afire the government offices in Tamenglong district was a time while tension was running high in the district after Tuesday’s incident of attacking to the loaded trucks on NH-37 by UNC sponsored blockade supporters who were demanding unconditional release of UNC president and publicity secretary who were in police custody till December 8. However, the reports could not immediately confirmed whether the attempts to torch the government offices were related with the ongoing agitation of the UNC with extended supports various Naga based civil bodies across the four Naga dominated hill districts of the state. Following the attempts, state government has taken up security measures across the four hill districts, Senapati, Tamenglong, Ukhrul and Chandel, particularly in and around the government offices, a police source said.

northeast 30 trucks damaged by blockade supporters in Mnp Imphal, Nov 30 (PTI) :Economic blockade supporters have vandalised around 30 loaded trucks and tankers heading for Imphal along NH--53 from Jiribam town in Manipur, police said today. The destruction of the trucks which was heavily escorted by security forces took place mainly in the town of Noney in the Naga-dominated hill district of Tamenglong of the landlocked state yesterday. The trucks numbering around 500 had to stop while it was on its way to the state capital after large number of blockade supporters forcibly stopped them and pelted stones. M e a n w h i l e, p o lice burst tear gas shells in which one 47-year-old woman T Kamei was injured, a police officer said. Some of the drivers and their associates were also injured, he said. The blockade supporters are demanding release of the president of the United Naga Council (UNC) Gaidon Pamei and associate Stephen Lamkang who were arrested in connection with the ongoing economic blockade.

Diphu police arrest 2 UPLA cadres; arms seized


Diphu, No 30: A team of Diphu police led by the Superintendent of Police Karbi Anglong, Dabojit Doloi, arrested two cadres belonging to UPLA (United Peoples liberation Army) after a brief gun fight near Diphu ITI, when the rebels came to collect payoff from the private residence of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council executive member-Bidyasing Rongp. Police has recovered one 9mm pistol, 3 live bullets and one CBZ bike (AS09B/1742) used by assailants. The incident took place at around 8.30 p.m. “We received complaints from Bidyasing Rongpi that the outfit had demanded Rs. 5 lakhs from him over phone. And accordingly police laid an ambush near his residence and when the rebels neared the house we commanded them to halt instead they fired two rounds at the police party but failed to hit any one; in the retaliatory fire they both received bullet injuries while the rear wheel of the bike was deflated but they somehow drove away and took shel-

SRRURDS, MLBC signs MOU Assam records 928 new HIV cases

Ganja seized in Mizoram Aizawl, Nov 30 (PTI): In a major haul, 21 kg and 700 grams of ganja (cannabis) was seized by Mizoram Excise and Narcotics department’s Anti Narcotic Squad today at Rangvamual in the outskirts of Aizawl, a department spokesman said. The spokesman said that Lalramzauvi (46) of Churachandpur in Manipur was arrested in this connection and booked under relevant sections of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985. The seized drugs were smuggled from Manipur to be sold in Aizawl Earlier on November 17.

Minister Chowna Mein and Tharadol Thongruang, Minister Councillor, Royal Thai Embassy, New Delhi. As per the MoU, both the institutes agreed to carry out the activities in academic and research cooperation, cultural activities for international development in educational institutions using international journals, magazines as a stage for academic exchange. Terming the step as ‘significant’ Mein said, “The MoU has taken the Act East Policy in high spirit. The state government is committed to bring Act East Policy into practical. “This is like a family re-uniting,” Thongruang said and expressed hope that the small step would expand in a big way in coming days. He said that Arunachal Pradesh and Thailand were very close to each other, separated by few mountains. The old routes that links Arunachal Pradesh and North East of Thailand could be re-opened for building better relationships in future, he pointed out.

Guwahati, Nov 30 (PTI): Assam has recorded 928 new HIV cases with an estimated 12,090 people living with HIV(PLHA) last year, according to Assam State AIDS Control Society (ASACS). “People with HIV may have increased due to more people coming for testing. But, Assam is categorised as a low HIV prevalence state with an estimated adult prevalence of 0.06 per cent, lower than the national prevalence of 0.26 per cent,” ASACS Project Director Manvendra Pratap Singh said here today. Manipur has shown the highest estimated adult HIV prevalence in the country at 1.15 per cent, while other high prevalence states in the region include Mizoram at 0.80 per cent and Nagaland at 0.78 per cent during last year. Assam is highly vulnerable for HIV transmission as it is the gateway to other northeastern states and is surrounded by the three highly prevalence

states of Manipur, Mizoram and Nagaland, Singh said. “A large number of young people from the state go to big cities for employment and get involved in high-risk behaviour,” he said. Besides, a large number of females from other northeastern states, West Bengal and Nepal, who come to Assam for employment and education, get involved in risky behaviour favourable for HIV transmission, Singh said. HIV sentinel surveillance data shows HIV epidemic in the state concentrated in the high-risk groups of Intravenous Drug Users (IDU) at 1.46 per cent, men having sex with men (MSM) at 1.40 per cent and female sex workers (FSW) at 0.46 per cent, while HIV prevalence among ante-natal clinic (ANC) attendees was low at 0.18 per cent. Districts showing consistently higher HIV prevalence among ANC attendees are Karimganj, Tinsukia and Karbi Anglong.


Divine Harvest & Healing Ministry and All Churches from Chumukedima Area Date : 2nd – 4th December 2016 Time : 3:30 P.M (Everyday) Venue : Local Ground, Chumukedima Town

AFFIDAVIT Date : 29.11.2016 Declaration of Actual Name I, Smti. KAHOLI SUMI, D/o IVIXU permanent resident of Sukomi Village and presently residing at Old Town Colony, Zunheboto, Nagaland do hereby solemnly affirm and declare an oath as under : 1. That I am a bonafide citizen of India belonging to SUMI NAGA Community resident of the above mentioned address. 2. That I am a Govt. servant serving as Staff Nurse under CMO Zunheboto. 3. That my name is inadvertently entered and recorded as Kaholi in my PAN Card, Appointment Order & GNM Certificate, I. Kaholi Sema in my HSLC documents, Kaholi Zhimo in my SBI Zunheboto Branch, but my actual name is Kaholi Sumi which is recorded in my Service Book. 4. That the above mentioned Kaholi, I. Kaholi Sema, Kaholi Zhimo & Kaholi Sumi are one and same person which is referred to me. 5. That, from the date of this declaration, I shall be called and address by the name as Kaholi Sumi for all official purpose and legal proceedings and at all times and occasions. 6. That the statement, made in para 1-5 are true and correct to the best of my knowledge & belief and nothing material is concealed therein. Deponent Solemnly affirm and declared before me by the deponent on this .... day of Nov. 2016 at Zunheboto, Nagaland. Notary Public DP-9785 Regd. No. 3071/16

From Wife, Konphen and Easthere.

2016 edition of Manipur Sangai Festival concludes


IMPHAL, Nov 30: The ten-day Manipur Sangai Festival which unlike the previous years could not attract much crowd concluded Wednesday with colorful cultural dances and fireworks at the Bheigyachandra Open Air Theatre (BOAT). Chief minister, O Ibobi Singh and deputy chief minister Gaikhangam were among others who attended the concluding function of the festival held this evening. The chief minister claimed the gala event as successful while asserting that the objective of attracting tourism was able to an expected level even as it failed to attract crowd unlike the previous editions. Despite the prevailing chaotic situation arising

out of demonetization and economic blockade on the national highways, over 300 foreign tourists including official delegations from Myanmar, Thailand and other countries and thousands of domestic tourists came to the state during the festival. Even as the festival failed to attract much crowd unlike the previous editions, on the last day, a good number of people thronged the festival venue to witness the last day of the festival. Unlike the other days, many had to back disappoint as they could not get the entry pass to the festival venue. Ticket counter located at the back side of City Convention Center, Palace Gate ran out of ticket in the afternoon. They have sold around 20,000 tickets on the last day.

Village leader beaten to death in Mnp


IMPHAL, Nov 30: Vice chairman of a village authority in Manipur’s Tamenglong district who was assaulted by a group of armed suspected militants succumbed to his injuries Wednesday afternoon. Villagers suspected cadres of NSCN (I-M) was behind the assault of vice chairman of Sibilong part-I village authority Mathiuthan Gangmei (40) son of late Gangmei Kaisaio. The suspects who came to the village today in the wee hour, around 1 a.m. dragged out the vice chairman from his house and left after beaten him up badly. He later succumbed to his injuries, the report added. NOTICE INVITING OTHER CLAIMENTS TO REPRESENTATION TO COME FORWARD (SECTION 375 OF INDIAN SUCCESSION ACT 1925) In the Court of Smti Elizabeth Ngully Additional Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur, District, Nagaland Whereas application under Succession Act 1925 for grant of Succession Certificate for the estate of Late Stella J Deceased, has been filed by Smti. Libeni Yanthan relation mother, R/o IV LRC Colony to draw his/her family pension, Bank Acct, etc., who expired on 23.10.16. Notice is hereby given that any person having interest in the administration of the estate of the said deceased, may if he/she so desire may appear in this court within 30 days, on the said day of 29.12.16. Given under the hand and seal of the Court this 28th day of November 2016. Addl. Deputy Commissioner Dimapur : Nagaland DP-9781



In the Court of Smti Elizabeth Ngully Additional Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur District, Nagaland Whereas application under Succession Act 1925 for grant of Succession Certificate for the estate of Late B.Tiyeang Konyak Deceased, has been filed by Smti. Neangnyu Konyak relation wife R/o H.No. 39 Walford Colony to draw his/her family pension, Bank Acct, etc., who expired on 01.10.16. Notice is hereby given that any person having interest in the administration of the estate of the said deceased, may if he/she so desire may appear in this court within 30 days, on the said day of 29.12.16. Given under the hand and seal of the Court this 28th day of November 2016. Addl. Deputy Commissioner Dimapur : Nagaland DP-9786




Golaghat/Jorhat, Nov 30 (PTI): Four passengers were killed and 20 persons injured in a collision between a bus and an oil tanker on National Highway 37 in Golaghat district of Assam, a police official said. The Tinsukia-bound private night bus from Guwahati had a head-on collision with the loaded oil tanker coming from the opposite direction at Rongamati, officer incharge of Dergaon police station Rupjyoti Dutta said. The bus driver and three passengers of the bus died on the spot and 18 of its passengers along with two persons in the oil tanker were injured in the accident at around 3.30 AM, Dutta said.

Dear Dad On your birthday I want you to know that you are truly an inspiration, a friend, a teacher and the best father in the world. May your day be full of happy moments.


Rev. Dr. Len. Lindstrom, Canada North America Global Missionary at large Rev. Dr. Alem Meren, Director First Nagamese Gospel Composer & Singer : Rev. Dilip Singh and Group

Whereas, Smti. Yisanbeni, wife of Late Shri. Motsuo, a resident of Wokha Town has applied for issue of succession certificate to enable her to draw all dues and benefits from the Government pertaining to PPO No. 111302146 including and also to operate AC No. 30260118886 in favour of her deceased husband Late Shri. Motsuo who expired on 25/11/2016. Now, therefore, public and relatives are hereby asked to file claims/objection, if any within 30 (thirty) days from the date of issue of this notice. No claims/objection will be entertained after the cut off date and succession certificate shall be issued. Hotolu Swu Addl. Deputy Commissioner, Wokha : Nagaland DC-2660

Four bus passengers killed, 20 injured in accident

Dear Amen (Yipeu) Love happiness and good future. May you have all these in abundance. On your birthday and for the rest of your life. May your Birthday be as much fun as you are. You’ll be always a shining star in our eyes. Happy Birthday!! From loving Parents & family members. ___________________________________

By this deed I, the undersigned Tosangla (New Name) previously called T. Tosangla (Old Name), doing and resident of H/No. 263B, Longkhim, Tuensang798616, Nagaland declare :1. That for and on behalf of myself and my parents and remitter issue wholly renounce/relinquish and abandon the use of my former name/surname of T. Tosangla and in place thereof I do hereby assume from this date the name/surname of Tosangla and so that I and my parents and remitter issue may hereafter be called, known and distinguish not by my former name/ surname, but assumed name/surname of Tosangla. 2. That for the purpose of evidencing such my determination declare that I shall at all times hereafter in all records, deeds and writings and in all proceedings, dealings and transactions, private as well as upon all occasions whatsoever use and sign the name of Tosangla as my name/ surname in place and in substitution of my former name/surname. 3. That I expressly authorize and request all persons in general and relatives and friends in particular, at all times hereafter to designate and address me my parents and remitter issue by such assumed name/surname of Tosangla accordingly. 4. In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my former and adopted name/surname of T. Tosangla and Tosangla affix my signature and seal, if any, this 30th day of Nov. 2016. Former Name : T.Tosangla Name : Tosangla Address : H/No. 263B, Longkhim, Tuensang, Nagaland-798616 DP-9797 Notary Public

Messenger of God :


Two districts - Cachar and Sonitpur - have recorded more than one per cent HIV prevalence among the ANC attendees. While analysing the data of HIV detection in the state, it has been observed that the main route of transmission is through heterosexual at 84.6 per cent, parent to child at 4.6 per cent, homosexual/ bisexual at 2.2 per cent, blood and blood products at 1.1 per cent, infected syringes and needles at 2.3 per cent and three per cent through unspecified transmission, Singh said. Analysis of the district level data shows Kamrup (Metro) has the highest detected HIV positive cases at 38 per cent followed by Cachar, Dibrugarh and Nagaon districts, he added.

ter inside an empty quarter of the Council colony allotted to another KAAC executive member-Pradip Signar, a few kilometers away from the place of incident.” Said Pradp Nath, who is also the officer in charge of Diphu police station. Police party carried out a systematic hunt of the whole locality following the blood marks and at around 2.00 a.m. both the injured cadres reached Diphu Civil Hospital from where they were taken into custody and now they are undergoing treatment, Nath said to this correspondent. The cadres have been identified as Gautam Terang 23 and Sanjay Bey 22. Police has registered a case no 251/16 under section 387 of IPC. Till filling of this report the condition of the injured cadres had been stated to be very critical by the attending physician. It may be stated here that after declaration of truce by KPLT (Karbi Peoples Liberation Tiger) the UPLA has become active in subversive activities in both east and western part of Karbi Anglong autonomous district.

Regd. No. 42 DECLARATION OF NAME Date : 15/11/16 I, Smti. H. Helina Sumi, D/o Honito Sumi aged about 31 years, resident of DC Hill Colony, Zunheboto District, Nagaland do hereby solemnly affirm and declare as follows :1. That I am a bonafide citizen of India. 2. That my actual name is H. Helina Sumi. 3. That is all of my official documents my name has been written/entered as Helina Sumi in my SBI Account and PAN Card, Appointment Order and in my service ID Card etc. 4. That due to inadvertent/mistake the initial to entered H in my name. 5. That the names H. Helina Sumi and Helina Sumi are of the one and same person i.e. H. Helina Sumi in my official documents. 6. That from this day I shall be using my name as H. Helina Sumi in all purposes. 7. That the statements made in the affidavit and those statement made the paragraph are facts as derived from the record and which are true. Deponent Solemnly sworn before me by the deponent who is identified by ..... this .... day of Nov. 2016. Sub-Divisional Officer (C) Zunheboto : Nagaland DP-9794


Itanagar, Nov 30 (PTI) For promoting cooperation and collaboration between Arunachal Pradesh and Thailand, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Surindra Rajabhat University Regional Development Strategies (SRRURDS) Foundation of Surin Province, North East of Thailand and Mahabodhi Lord Buddha College (MLBC) in Arunachal Pradesh. The MoU was signed yesterday in line with the development of friendly international cooperation with mutual interests in developing programmes of academic exchange and for establishing a long-term mutually beneficial association between the two institutes for fostering cordial relations between the people of Arunachal Pradesh and Thailand, an official release said here today. The MoU was signed by Associate Professor Achara Phanurat, ExPresident of Surindra SRRURDS Foundation and Ven Bhikkhu Panyaloka, Director of MLBC in presence of the Deputy Chief

Nagaland Post, Dimapur thursday, december 1, 2016


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Notice is hereby given that Shri. Kelhoukhrie Solo, resident of Walford, Dimapur has reported that he has lost his Jamabandi/ Patta bearing No - 893 under Dag No - 69/1044 measuring an area of 00B-01K-09Ls at Block No - 11. Seen FIR lodge vide No-12/16, dtd. 3/11/16 in the East P.S on the said of land. The undersigned hereby invites claims/objections concerning to the said land and if any should be submitted to this Court in written within 1 (one) month from the date of issue of this notice. DP-9782

Deputy Commissioner Dimapur : Nagaland

Regd. No. 14840/2016


Date : 30.11.2016

NO.JUD.21/2016-17/76 Dt. Zbto. the 29th Nov. 2016 Notice calling objection for the issue of Succession Certificate. Smti. Toinali. A. Khulu of New Colony Zunheboto Town, District Zunheboto has applied for the issue of Succession Certificate/Guardianship Certificate declaring that her husband Late Vinoto Y. Yepthomi has expired on 15.11.2016. It is hereby notified that if 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. TRIDIBESH ROY, IAS Deputy Commissioner DP-9780 Zunheboto, Nagaland

Play National Anthem in theatres: SC and nationalism.” The bench cited fundamental duties mentioned in the Constitution and said that it is “clear as crystal that it is the sacred obligation of every citizen to abide by the ideals engrafted in the Constitution”. “All the cinema halls in India shall play the National Anthem before the feature film starts and all present in the hall are obliged to stand up to show respect to the National Anthem,” the bench said, adding that when the anthem is played the National Flag shall be shown on the screen. The bench later added one more direction to the slew of directions passed this morning and said, “Prior to the National Anthem being played or sung in the cinema hall, the entry and exit doors shall remain closed so that no one can create any kind of disturbance which will amount to disrespect to the National Anthem.” It said that after the National Anthem is played or sung, the doors of cinema halls can be opened. The bench further directed that no “commercial exploitation” of the National Anthem is allowed and no person involved

with it either “directly or indirectly shall have any commercial benefit or any other benefit”. The apex court further said that there shall not be any “dramatisation of the National Anthem” and it should not be included as a part of any variety show. “It is because when the National Anthem is sung or played it is imperative on the part of everyone present to show due respect and honour. To think of a dramatised exhibition of the National Anthem is absolutely inconceivable,” it said. The court barred printing of the anthem or a part of it on any object and displaying it in such a manner at places which may be “disgraceful to its status and tantamount to disrespect”. “It is because when the National Anthem is sung, the concept of protocol associated with it has its inherent roots in national identity, national integrity and constitutional patriotism,” it said. The court also barred playing or displaying an “abridged version” of the National Anthem by anyone for whatever reason and directed that order be given effect in next ten days.

NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (PTI): In a bid to “instil committed patriotism and nationalism”, the Supreme Court today ordered cinema halls across the nation to mandatorily play the National Anthem before screening of a movie and the audience must stand and show respect. The apex court said that “love and respect for the motherland is reflected when one shows respect to the National Anthem as well as to the National Flag”. “A time has come when citizens of the country must realise that they live in a nation and are duty-bound to show respect to the National Anthem which is the

symbol of constitutional patriotism and inherent national quality,” a bench of Justices Dipak Misra and Amitava Roy said. Passing a slew of directions, the bench said fundamental duties as in the Constitution “do not allow any different notion or the perception of individual rights that have individual thought, have no space. The idea is constitutionally impermissible”. “The directions are issued, for love and respect for the motherland is reflected when one shows respect to the National Anthem as well as to the National Flag. That apart, it would instil the feeling within one a sense committed patriotism

Demonetisation despotic action: Amartya Sen

Sharad, Jaitley exchange barbs in RS

NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (PTI): Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen has called Modi government’s demonetisation move “despotic action that has struck at the root of economy based on trust”. “It (demonetisation) undermines notes, it undermines bank accounts, it undermines the entire economy of trust. That is the sense in which it is despotic,” Sen told NDTV. He further said his immediate point of view on demonetisation is on its economic aspect. “It’s (demonetisation) a disaster on economy of trust. In the last 20 years, the country has been growing very fast. But it is all based on acceptance of each other’s word. By taking despotic action and saying we had promised but won’t fulfil our promise, you hit at the root of this,” Sen, also a Bharat Ratna awardee, said. Noting that capitalism has many successes that have come from having trust in businesses, he said if a government promises in promissory note and breaks such promise, then it is a despotic act. “I am not a great admirer of capitalism. On the other hand, capitalism has many successes... It’s despotic in the sense that if a government promises in promissory note that when given, we will give you this amount of compensation for it and to break such a promise is a despotic action,” Sen, who is currently Thomas W Lamont University Professor at Harvard University, said.

NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (PTI): Leader of Opposition Arun Jaitley and JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav today exchanged sharp barbs in the Rajya Sabha over the demonetisation issue as the Opposition stalled the prenoon proceedings. The incident happened when members of the Congress, TMC, BSP and SP created a ruckus over their demand that the House mourn the killing of 25 armymen since surgical strikes and deaths of 82 persons in post-demonetisation hard-

ships. Yadav said it was unprecedented that there was no obituary reference for the seven army personnel including two senior officers killed in terrorist attack at Nagrota armybase near Jammu yesterday. As he also raised death of “nearly 90 persons” in post-demonetisation hardships, Jaitley retorted that he should first discuss demonetisation within his party and find “if it is agreeable” with the ban on 500 and 1000 rupee notes or not. His remark was appar-


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“Achieving 17 goals for the future we want”. 3rd Dec. 2016 Highland park, Below IG Stadium 10:00 am Ms Arepla, NAPAD Advisor Ms. Zalekhrülü : Ms. Catherine Thong, Sign Language Chief Guest : Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire, Minister, Forest Environment and Climate Change Guest of Honour : T. Merangtsungba Aier, Director, Social Welfare Dept. Nagaland. ORDER OF PROGRAMME CANDLE LIGHT 1. Invocation Prayer : Rev. Zotuo Kiewhuo, Principal, Kohima Bible College 2. Greetings : Dr. Atha Vizol, Disability Commissioner, Nagaland 3. Melody : Tejoketho Sothu, Students, Penta School of Music 4. Singing Competition : 5. Short Speech : Guest of Honour 6. Speech : Chief Guest 7. Vote of thanks : Dr. Joyce Angami, Advisor (NAPAD) Fallowed by Lunch Note: Issue of Disability Certificate by NAPA Bus pick up point starting at 8:30 am from PHQ Traffic Point, Phoolbari, Kezieke & High School Bus Stop. K-4315

GOVERNMENT OF NAGALAND OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER OFFICE PWD (NATIONAL HIGHWAYS) NAGALAND: KOHIMA NATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING NO. CE/NH/NIT/2016-17/09 Dated Kohima the 30th November 2016. (National competitive Bidding through e-Tendering mode only) The Chief Engineer, PWD (NH) Nagaland, Kohima on behalf of the President of India, invites bids in two cover systems for the construction of the works detailed as below: Sl. Name of Work Length Bid Approx. Period of No. In km Security Value of Completion in Rs in Work in Rs lakhs in lakhs 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Improvement of Riding Quality to NH 202 from 230.00 km to 5 4.36 217.73 12 months 231.00 km and 248.00 km to 252.00 km (=5 km) in the state of Nagaland under NH Division Kiphire 2. Improvement of Riding Quality to NH-202 from 60.00 km to 6 4.11 205.12 12 months 66.00 km (6km) in the state of Nagaland under NH Division-III, Tuensang 3 Improvement of Riding Quality to NH-202 from 107.00 km to 13 9.64 481.73 12 months 120.00 km (13km) in the state of Nagaland under NH Division-III, Tuensang Last date of On-line Submission is 29.12.2016 upto 1700 Hrs (SERVER TIME) Bid security as detail in SBD. • The detailed tender document can be viewed/downloaded from the website from 05.12.2016 to 29.12.2016 • The last date & Time for On-line submission of the bidding document is 29.12.2016 upto 1700Hrs (Server time). • Amendments/Corrigendum, if any will be hosted on the above website. • The Pre-bid meeting will be held in the Office of the Chief Engineer PWD (NH) on 12.12.2016 at 11:00 Hrs (IST) • Other details can be viewed from bidding document. Chief Engineer PWD (NH) DC-2666 Nagaland : Kohima

ent reference to JD(U) chief and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar supporting demonetisation. “We are not against demonetisation. We are against the restrictions that have been placed (on withdrawals from own accounts),” Yadav shot back.

3 army officers killed in chopper crash KO L K ATA , N OV 3 0 (IANS): Three army officers died and another was critically injured when a Cheetah helicopter crashed inside the Sukna military base in West Bengal’s Darjeeling district on Wednesday, a defence ministry spokesman said. The crash occurred around 10.30 a.m. near the helipad inside the Sukna military base. A junior commissioned officer was critically injured. The deceased were Major Sanjeev Lathar, Major Arvind Bazala and Lt. Col. Rajneesh Kumar, the spokesman said.

Army chief visits Nagrota; combing ops on JAMMU, NOV 30 (PTI): Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag today visited the Nagrota-based 16 Corps headquarters and was briefed about yesterday’s terror attack in which seven officers and jawans were killed, even as combing operation to flush out any remaining militant continued. Three militants were killed by security forces personnel and combing operation to sanitise the area was nearing end. Gen Suhag arrived in Nagrota in the afternoon and was briefed by the top commanders on the terror attack at an army artillery unit. He was also briefed about the combing opera-

tions. He reviewed the security aspect post terror attack and paid tributes to those killed in the strike. “Combing operation resumed this morning at the camp. The area has to be cleared... Operation is on to see whether there is presence of any other militant in the area. We cannot take chances,” a senior army officer said. ‘Blinds’ (unexploded shells) were destroyed at the site of the terror attack by a bomb disposal team during the combing operation. Jammu was rocked by two terror attacks yesterday in which seven army personnel, including two

Major-rank officers, were killed and eight other securitymen, including a BSF DIG, were injured, before six heavily-armed terrorists were eliminated in the separate fierce encounters. In one incident, a group of heavily-armed terrorists in police uniform stormed an army unit in Nagrota, about three kms from the Corps headquarters on the outskirts of Jammu city. Seven army personnel, including two officers, were killed in this attack before three terrorists were killed in an armed stand-off which also involved a hostage-like situation with 12 soldiers, two ladies and two children being held captive.

No bilateral meeting request from Pakistan so far: India NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (IANS): Just two days ahead of Pakistan foreign policy chief Sartaj Aziz’s visit, India on Wednesday clarified that it has not officially received a request for any bilateral meeting from Islamabad. “Pakistan has not requested for any bilateral meeting so far,” Gopal Baglay, who heads the Ministry of External Affairs division dealing with Pakistan, said at a briefing here. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ’s Foreign Policy Advisor Sartaj Aziz is scheduled to visit Amritsar, Punjab, on December 3 to attend the Heart of Asia Conference. The conference, which will be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, will see participation of over 40 countries.

This would be the first high-level visit from Pakistan after the announcement of Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue in December last year, which never took off in the wake of terror strikes, including the Pathankot airbase attack, and subsequent incidents which led to intense tensions between the two countries. Ties between India and Pakistan have soured after the terrorist attack on an Army base in Uri town of Jammu and Kashmir in September that left 19 soldiers dead and many wounded. India has blamed Pakistan based terror outfit Jaishe-Mohammad for the attack. India also recently boycotted the Saarc summit, scheduled to be held in Islamabad in November, citing continuous cross-border terrorism from Pakistan.



Dated Kohima, the 30th November, 2016

NOTIFICATION With reference to the Nagaland Public Service Commission’s Advertisement No.NPSC-1/2016 dated 20.06.2016, and addendum /corrigendum/notification dt. 23.06.16, 01.07.16, 07.09.16, 24.10.16, & 26.10.16, this is to notify all the candidates that: 1. The written examination for the Common Educational Services Examination, 2016 will be held on 13th & 14th December, 2016. 2. Eligible Candidates will be issued individual Transaction ID number through SMS to Mobile No furnished in the Application Form on 8th December, 2016. They can download the Admission Certificate (containing details of routine and instructions etc.) by submitting the Transaction ID number at from 8th December, 2016 onwards. No Candidates will be allowed to sit for the written examination without producing their Admission Certificate. 3. Routine for the Common Educational Services Examination and Rejected List with reasons for rejection is displayed on the Commission’s notice board and can also be accessed from the Commission’s website at www. 4. Candidates requiring assistance can call up NPSC helpdesk number +918259977429 on working days from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.


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Government of India Ministry of Textiles Office of the Development Commissioner (Handlooms) Weavers' Service Centre Lane No. 3, Toluvi, Dimapur - 797112 (Nagaland)

Notice Inviting Expression of Interests (Eols) for Empanelment of Suppliers for supply of Handlooms/Accessories to the weavers in Handloom Clusters of the State under National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP)/Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS) The Office of the Development Commissioner (Handlooms) is implementing National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP)/Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS) for integrated and holistic development of handlooms through taking up clusters in the Blocks. In order to improve productivity and quality of handloom products, weavers require various technological upgraded items like looms, jacquards etc. For purchase of such items by the weavers, 90% cost will be borne by the GOI and 10% by the weaver. The specified looms/ accessories will be sourced from the Empanelled Suppliers. Expression of Interest (Eols) are invited from eligible organisations for their empanelment as suppliers. The Eols should be submitted within 21 days from date of advertisement. In case, the 21st day is a holiday, next working day will be considered as last day. The bid should reach Officer in-charge, Weavers' Service Centre (WSC), Lane No. 3, Toluvi, Dimapur - 797112 (Nagaland) by 1500 hrs of the last day of submission of Eol. For complete details about project scope, funding, selection process and other terms, please refer to Expression of Interest (Eol) available at http://handlooms.nic. in. The copy of Eol can also be collected from Officer-in-charge, Weavers' Service Centre (WSC), Dimapur (Nagaland). Sd/Officer in-charge Weavers' Service Centre DC-2659




Regd. No. H/RS-668 dated 05-06-2000 Kiju Kharu, below New Secretariat, Thizama Road, Nagaland, Kohima - 797003


Dated Kohima, the 29th Nov' 2016 NO.SSA/NAGA/B-2010-11: This is to inform all the Elementary Teachers that there shall be a mass teachers' training at each of the 46 Educational Block Resource Centres (EBRCs) of the state on three priority areas namely, PINDICS, Shaala Siddhi and Mathematics Learning Kit training. Therefore, all the elementary teachers are directed to attend the training without fail. The tentative training date is fixed between 2nd to 10th December 2016. The final training programme schedule shall be intimated by respective DMA and EBRC. Attendance of all elementary teachers is compulsory. "No Work, No Pay" shall be imposed on the absentee teachers. F.P SOLO Commissioner & Secretary to the Govt. of Nagaland School Education & SCERT and Vice Chairman, SSA, Nagaland DC-2657



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Nagaland turns 53


n December 1,1963 and on a bright sunny day, the second president of India Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan arrived Kohima and formally declared Nagaland as the 16th state of the Indian Union at a very impressive function. There was celebration across Nagaland as ordinary people saw in the new state, an opportunity to hope for peace and progress through their own elected government. It was in 1960 at Wokha that the Naga People’s Convention(NPC) drafted what could be termed as a Memorandum Of Understanding between the Nagas and the Government of India. There are 16 clauses in the Agreement which formed the basis on which the Nagaland became the sixteenth state under the Union of India. The NNC rejected the Agreement and termed it as a “sell out” or “betrayal” and therefore continued with the Naga movement for independence. Today Nagaland has reached another milestone of 53 years as a state. December 1 used to be celebrated across Nagaland but by 2000, statehood day was pushed into oblivion by overlapping it with an innovative cultural carnival known as ‘Hornbill Festival’. The festival, dubbed as the mother of all festivals, took centre stage and gone was an occasion for thanksgiving on statehood day. The journey through the decades has been memorable as the people understood the need to begin a new chapter to herald peace and progress. What is also worth mentioning, that Nagaland and Jammu & Kashmir, are the only two states with special constitutional provisions. For J&K Article 370,provides it with far reaching guarantees where no act of parliament can be applied to the state, unless adopted by the state assembly. In his speech delivered in Kohima while officially inaugurating the newly created 16th state, then president of India Dr.S.Radhakrishnan drove the point that the constitution of India respects the distinct identity of the Nagas by providing them constitutional and legal guarantee under Article 371A. Through this Article, the constitution of India provides protection against imposition of any act of parliament with regard to (I)religious or social practices, (II)customary laws and procedure(III)civil and criminal justice as per customary law and (IV) ownership and transfer of land and its resources unless adopted by a majority vote by the assembly. There has been a so much written and said about Article 371A but it did not come just by chance but it was the fruition of the articulation of the Nagas and which was responded with magnanimity by then prime minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. As with the histories of other peoples, the Nagas too have their ‘ifs’ and here too, history would judge whether Nagaland state has made a positive contributions affecting the destiny of the people of the state. Nagaland’s elected leaders continued to keep the Naga national politics alive through unceasing appeals to Delhi for peaceful solution through dialogue. One could wonder as to what the fate of the Nagas and their political movement would have been, had Nagas still remained under Assam. Statehood has brought about rapid transformation to Nagaland. Literacy today is 80.11% as against 17% in 1963 and in poverty index , among 28 states, Nagaland ranks 16th . These are good indicators of progress. However the extreme challenges of the present demands good leaders who can deliver on good governance, which is a crying need.

DailyDevotion “By the Grace of God I Am What I Am”

By the grace of God I am what I am, and His grace toward me was not in vain… —1 Corinthians 15:10 The way we continually talk about our own inabilities is an insult to our Creator. To complain over our incompetence is to accuse God falsely of having overlooked us. Get into the habit of examining from God’s perspective those things that sound so humble to men. You will be amazed at how unbelievably inappropriate and disrespectful they are to Him. We say things such as, “Oh, I shouldn’t claim to be sanctified; I’m not a saint.” But to say that before God means, “No, Lord, it is impossible for You to save and sanctify me; there are opportunities I have not had and so many imperfections in my brain and body; no, Lord, it isn’t possible.” That may sound wonderfully humble to others, but before God it is an attitude of defiance. Conversely, the things that sound humble before God may sound exactly the opposite to people. To say, “Thank God, I know I am saved and sanctified,” is in God’s eyes the purest expression of humility. It means you have so completely surrendered yourself to God that you know He is true. Never worry about whether what you say sounds humble before others or not. But always be humble before God, and allow Him to be your all in all. There is only one relationship that really matters, and that is your personal relationship to your personal Redeemer and Lord. If you maintain that at all costs, letting everything else go, God will fulfill His purpose through your life. One individual life may be of priceless value to God’s purposes, and yours may be that life.


A rainy day is the perfect time for a walk in the woods.

~ Rachel Carson

Between The Lines


he Dawn is a fairly respected newspaper in the subcontinent. It was founded by Qaid-eAzam Mohammad Ali Jinnah at Darya Ganji in New Delhi to propagate his cause of Pakistan. When Pakistan was founded The Dawn started appearing from Karachi. Since then, the newspaper has continued its publication from there. It recently carried a story on the growing differences between the military and the civil government. The perturbed Nawaz Sharif government wanted the paper to disclose the source of the story. But it refused to do so. However, the government approached the Press Council of Pakistan, which has upheld the rights of the paper not to reveal the source. A fairly countrywide debate has begun in Pakistan on whether or not the source should be disclosed. The overwhelming public opinion is in favour of The Dawn and supported the newspaper’s right to withhold the source. For the newspaper to confront the army, which governs the country in the real sense, is a courageous

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New dawn in Pakistan

step. But it also shows the tenacity of the Pakistan press and the weak-kneed policy of the Sharif government. One doesn’t know how the matter will ultimately be resolved but at present the Pakistan media has won the bout. The lesson that the Indian media can draw from the newspaper’s example is that however powerful the government maybe, the media can raise its voice as long as they hold the ground. They do not have to wilt against the government’s pressure. If the story The Dawn has broken is correct or the comment it has made is without rancour or prejudice, there is no need to afraid of the powers that be. This is a far cry from what happened to the Pakistani media some years ago. It would look towards Islamabad and mould its policy which mostly suited the government of the day. The misadventure of General Pervez Musharraf at Kargil, when he was the chief of army staff, was accepted without demur. Even there were instances of journalists were being pilloried for stories which did not show

the government in good light. further. Indeed, the media Unfortunately, the Indian scene has changed. I recall media of today does not what the then editor of The measure up to The Dawn Times of India, Shyam Lal, example. The one-day ban by telling that Shanti Prasad the Information and Broad- Jain, the owner, did not even casting Ministry on NDTV indirectly tell him what the for the paper should Pathankot or should not Kuldip Nayar c ove r a ge carry. I knew was defended the channel Shanti Prasad Jain and he itself. Others stood apart un- really thought that the owner til the Editors’ Guild voiced was only a trustee as Mahatits protest. Subsequently, the ma Gandhi had defined the channel also filed a case in role newspaper owners. The the Supreme Court. Mean- role of Ramnath Goenka, while, the pressure applied the owner of The Indian Exby other political parties, too, press was equally commendmounted. The NDTV owner, able. I was working with Pronnoy Roy, was told to ap- the newspaper and I know pear before the Information even though Goenka was at and Broadcasting Minister the end of the road facing where the channel was of- financial crisis because of the fered a compromise formula. Indira Gandhi government’s But it goes to his credit that ban on advertisements. But Roy did not rescind from his Goenka did not budge even stand. Information Minister an inch and gave his editors Venkaiah Nadidu looked full freedom which they small when he said that a used to express their antione-day ban on NDTV was government views freely. In in the interest of the nation. the face of the emergency, Who is he to determine what The Indian Express bore is in the national interest and the wrath of the establishwho gave him the authority. ment and yet continued its Apparently, the minister lonely battle against it. There realized the mistake and were several instances of the did not pursue the matter newspaper defying the cen-

sorship. The language papers were bolder than the English ones. Today’s Indian media, by and large, does not appear to be anti-establishment. The journalists themselves prefer to go in the direction of the wind that blows. Even the integrity of most is questioned unlike in the past. There could several reasons attributed for this change in attitude. One, the owners of the media houses have come to consider newspapers or the television channels as commercial ventures. Profit, not principle, is their motive. It also leaves no room for the handful of honest journalists to pursue their profession with full freedom. However, Bangladesh continues to be an exception. The two leading-most papers, The Star in English and Prothom Alo in Bengali daunt Prime Minster Sheikh Hasina who is dictatorial in her methods and does not brook any criticism. It’s tragic to find that the daughter of Sheikh Mujib-ur Rahman, who fought for the independence of Bangladesh, has muzzled dissent and falsified all principles of her father.

The Dawn example should give heart to the Bangladeshi media and the rest of those in the subcontinent. The freedom of the press is inviolable in a democratic setup. It cannot be compromised in any circumstances. People themselves take vengeance from the rulers who restrict their freedom. Mrs Indira Gandhi, whose centenary birth anniversary is being celebrated, is an example. Her Congress Party was swept out of power in the 1977. So much so even she lost her own seat in the election held when the emergency was relaxed. In any democratic setup the sovereignty lies with the people. And they have shown again and again that they are the masters to give verdicts on political rulers. By defying the government, The Dawn has reminded the people of Pakistan that they can confront the military rulers and restore democracy in the real sense. Political parties have a vested interest in power. People’s interest is in the betterment and development. The latter should prevail.



Speech of Kilo Kilonser Rh. Raising at Makhel village

AKHEL - THE HISTORIC PLACE: The place where we are standing now is historic. Our fathers gathered here centuries ago. This is the seat of history where our fathers made decision of dividing lands. While some of them stayed back, some others proceeded to different directions in search of green pasture. THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD BROUGHT OUR FATHERS HERE The Israelites moved when pillars of cloud and fire moved. History says our fathers begun their journey from the Middle East. They kept on moving passing through many fertile lands that flowed with streams and rivers. But they did not stop in any of those lands to settle as no omens or dreams indicated for possession of the lands. The story goes on that when they reached this hilly country they felt quite contented and rest assured. Good omens and dreams foretold for possession of this land. They did not think of advancing further from this hilly country to any places. We thought that selection of this rugged hilly country is unfortunate and hopeless. But surprisingly, satellite information reveals that we are sitting on the mounts of mineral belt. Truly, the Spirit of the Lord brought our fathers here to make it our blessed home sweet home. Our fathers came with their political, social, cultural, economic and religious institutions. They practiced

and preserved their institutions in their sovereign village-states. They stood their ground with one voice and mind withstanding all kinds of enemy attacks on them. No enemies could defeat them mainly because our fathers were brave and highly political. NAGAS ARE A POLITICAL PEOPLE: The Nagas today are also equally nationalistic as their fathers. Ruthless persecutions and oppressions perpetrated against the Nagas cannot kill the spirit of their nationalism. The colonial policy of divide and rule too cannot stop the Nagas from being one people and one nation. Realizing that all these are futile exercises Government of India (GoI) approached the NSCN leadership for political talks. And thus the peace process begins. S O L U T I O N THROUGH DIALOGUE: It is now the time of negotiation, not confrontation. Problems are solved through dialogue, not by fist or by sword. Local problem is solved through local dialogue; national problem is solved through national dialogue; bilateral problem of two people is solved through bilateral dialogue and global problem is solved through global dialogue. NSCN is committed to political solution through dialogue. And that GoI and NSCN have mutually agreed to solve the Indo-Naga political problem bilaterally. PEACE PROCESS:

Land dispute between two villages or nations is a fight for recognition of ownership. Struggling for establishment of a new village or school or any institution is also a fight for recognition. Naga National Independence Movement is a war for recognition of state. All the nation states are the products of their history. No people build their state upon the sand of dead history. However strong and wise they may be, nothing will come if foundation of a people is destroyed or sold out. The politics of free Nagalim for Christ is built upon that solid foundation of our living history. It is this concept that guides NSCN in all fields. Recently the GoI has recognized the unique history of the Nagas. All people and nations have their respective identities to belong. The identity of the Nagas runs in their blood, culture, religion, social values and political concept. One can change his name and political color, but he can never change his identity. GoI too has recognized the identity of the Nagas. Sovereignty is the power to make or unmake things according to one’s wishes and decision without interference from others. Acknowledging the inherent right of the Nagas to decide their future by themselves, GoI has recognized the sovereignty of the Nagas. Several attempts were made to annex Naga territories to India, but to no avail. GoI has now recognized the territories of the Nagas stat-

ing that Nagas are the owners of their land. NSCN values land above gold. Land and people are inseparable; land and politics are inseparable; land and culture are inseparable; land and history are inseparable; land and state are inseparable. The Nagas were divided by the colonial power for political reason, against which they have been resisting till date. We have no reason to fight against our neighbors, we are just defending our land against aggressors. It is unwise on the part of any people who try to legitimize the legacy of colonialism. The global political map keeps changing. Members of the UN is ever increasing. Nothing on earth stands still. Everything is transitional. This is the era of democracy. People will decide who and what they want to be. NSCN is strongly opposed to ‘forced marriage and forced union.’ Respecting the aspiration and right of the Nagas, GoI has also recognized the legitimate right of the Nagas to integration of all Naga territories under one political umbrella. Nonetheless, recognition of our identity and sovereign right is not the end of the matter, it is viability and survival strategy that are also to be counted. We are surrounded by friends and foes with whom we should have interdependent relationship. As we are created to be social being, we cannot live alone; we cannot move alone; we cannot work alone or fight

alone. We must have our political partners, military partners, economic partners and prayer partners. GoI and NSCN have mutually agreed to co-exist as two entities and share sovereign powers as two entities. Sharedsovereignty and co-existence of the two entities are the meeting points of India and Nagas. This agreement will certainly strengthen the security, peace and progress of the two people and the region to a great extent. L A N D I N G GROUND The long cherished solution based on the ‘Framework Agreement’ will come sooner than expected. It will embrace all Nagas and their territories. Sensing the coming reality, jealousy and desperation have started working in the mind of enemies within and without. They are creating situation every now and then in many ways so that peace process is sabotaged and solution is aborted. Let us stand firm with faith, no power can stop us for the era of the Nagas has begun. ELECTIONS Participating in the Indian elections is a policy matter. Since enemies have come from many prongs our strategy is to counter them in all prongs. We cannot leave the field to the enemies unopposed. Revolutionary patriots are doing their job in the forefront of military, political and legal battles under the banner of NSCN. But the question is, who will go and fight for us in the Indian

Framework agreement: Harbinger to Naga political solution!


he Framework Agreement has become a body of contention in the aftermath of the “Peace Accord” which was signed between the NSCN (I-M) and the GOI on August 3, 2015 on behalf of the Nagas’ which has been popularly named as “Framework Agreement”. Some Rapacious people trying to rebut the “FA” without any Propriety to stigmatized the “FA” with Petulant campaigned so called the “ The Content of its Agreement” to be disclosed with their Perfunctory attitude to Proliferate by querulous its “FA” with a Prosaic vision to protract the Naga Political issue when the Naga issue has entered a new Prodigious chapter and had gained momentum during the last few years engaging a dialogue with the GOI in the right direction and both the parties NSCN and GOI were seriously committed to inking on a deeper level/more deepen than ever before to the Peremptory settlement. The Naga must acknowledge and pay a tribute to

our leaders late Isak Chishi Swu and Th. Muivah who played a vital role in attaining this agreement. Lt, Isak Chishi Swu, his contribution to the Nation building and his guidance towards to the Nation will always remain a Hallmark/ Touchstone in the history of Naga and for the Posterity to remain. During the historic occasion honorable Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on his immaculate speech on the historic day he thanked the Naga leaders particularly to Lt. Isak Chishi Swu and Th. Muivah for reaching this agreement. On his historic speech he spoke about the Naga Political issue which had lingered for six decades taking a huge toll on generation of our people and thank Lt. Isak Chishi Swu and Th. Muivah and other Naga leaders for their wisdom and courage and afford which has resulted in this historic agreement. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi ever since becoming the PM of India, North East economic devel-

opment, Peace, security, and economic transformation of the NE has been among his top priorities and also in the heart of his Foreign Policy. Especially the “Act East Policy” has been deeply concerned about resolving the Protracted Naga Political issue soon after entering office as PM of India. He also pronounce this “FA” as a shining example of what India can achieved and not only mark this historic agreement merely the end of the problem but the beginning of the “ New Future” and said India will not only try to heal the wounds and resolved the problem but also be a part of Naga pride and prestige and boldly declared the Nagalim is the “ Guardian” of India Eastern Frontier and the Gateway to the world beyond, equally the rest of the Nation, India will also join the Nagas in shaping a future and dignity, opportunity and prosperity for the people of Nagas as we begin a new glorious chapter with sense of self confident and self respect.

When the PM of India reposing a veracity towards the Naga goal, the Naga should have more “accommodative spirit” to shoulder the destiny of the Nagas. In spite of appreciating the NSCN the tone and tenor of few dogmatic writers are confrontation to the goal of Naga solution. If we are true Naga one should not create any logjam towards our aspiration of the Naga goal. When we see the present grim scenario it is mixed with “disappointment” created by some few vested people and it has caused much consternation in the corridor of peace and tranquility. Our civil societies has also done very little to mitigate the problem of the Naga issue, when the GOI expressed deep satisfaction towards the Naga issue by recognizing the “uniqueness of the Nagas and its situation” and currently they are engaged in peace talk with the NSCN. (To be concluded) Elian. Z. Lotha, (

assembly and parliament. Our people spearheaded by civil societies are shouting and protesting in the streets. Our human right organization is speaking in the human right platform. Our churches are continuously praying in their congregations. So also our MLA’s and MP’s must advocate for the cause in the assembly and parliament. Nagas are issue-oriented people. Our fighting and negotiations are issuebased; solution will also be issue-based. Election is also issue-based. Issue comes first, development next. We value our national issue above everything because our future lies in there. If there were no movement of ‘free Nagalim for Christ’ to guide and shape the future of the Nagas, if there were no national issue to fight for and live for, we would be having no politics, no history, no revolution and no future. We will be a lost people if and when our issue is murdered or sold out like Esau of old. We must cling to the politics of ‘my Lord and my people.’ SOLUTION IN OUR DECISION Our victory or defeat comes from within. Our solution will come from our decision. It will never come from the east or west. Now is the time for us to choose freedom or slavery. Decide or perish! Let us give thanks to the Lord for He has given us an era. This is the era of the Nagas! KUKNALIM !

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Through this column, I would like to inform the authorities of SFS Higher Secondary School, Medziphema that uploading of documents for the minority Scholarship for both post and pre Matric is not needed if the amount is less than 50,000 rupees which is very clearly written in English in bold letter that too in red color. “Scholarship amount less than Rs. 50,000/-, no need to upload any document. Submit copy of the documents in school/ college/ institute.” This year we uploaded nearly 400 scholarships forms for students from various schools and colleges. There is no complain whatsoever from any school, however I cannot understand why the authority of this school is insisting that all the documents to be uploaded and returning back the completed forms to the students that too on 29th November knowing well that the last date is the 30th of November. We submitted the complete forms along with the acknowledgement slips to the students way back in October. Because of this wrong decision, both the parents and the students are going through lots of unnecessary harassments, some worried parents coming even from far away villages just to get information. Students should know that it is not the schools that give the Minority scholarship but it’s the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India that select and give these scholarships. The school also should check the websites and inquire well before giving any information to the students. VLE, Common Service Centre, Medziphema

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ISI wants return of Punjab militancy: Police of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in Pakistan, police said. Mintoo conveyed his jailbreak plan to Harmeet and the ISI agents across the border. Mintoo continued to be in touch with ISI agents in Pakistan ahead of the jailbreak, police said. The ISI also arranged funds for Mintoo through a KLF sympathiser from England through hawala channels and another from Germany who sent money through legal money transfer channel, he said. “The money was deposited in a bank account of a Punjab-based sweetshop owner and a hawala trader was assigned to hand over the cash to Mintoo on Monday, the day he was arrested. Since Mintoo escaped in the jailbreak, the sweetshop owner could not hand him the cash,” the officer said. Punjab Police has since arrested the sweetshop owner Tejinder Sharma. Delhi Police are since conducting raids to arrest Santnam Kaur, apart from raiding a Goa hideout to arrest Mintoo’s aide, the officer said.

Infiltrating militants planned to blow up trains in J&K: BSF

JAMMU, NOV 30 (PTI: Three heavily-armed militants killed by BSF in Samba district had infiltrated into Jammu and Kashmir to carry out a chain of terror attacks by blowing up running trains and tracks with chained IEDs and hard to detect liquid explosives, a top force official said today. A day after the three infiltrators were killed by the BSF, top officials said the trio was carrying five bottles of liquid explosive trinitroglycerin. “Militants had infiltrated to carry out big incidents. Their design was to blow up rail tracks and trains here as we have recovered chained IEDs and liquid explosives”, Additional Director General (ADG) BSF and Special DG (Western Command) Arun Kumar told PTI. They were out to carry out a chain of big impact terror incidents including blowing up of “running trains” and causing fire in trains as chain IEDs and liquid explosive are meant to blow up tracks and cause fire, he said. “Had our troops not successfully contained and eliminated these heavily armed terrorists with huge stores of explosive material, they could have caused massive damage in the main-

land”, Kumar said. “It was only because of BSF’s multi-tier security cover that this calamity was averted,” the force said. Apart from arms, ammunition and explosive stores, BSF recovered 10 Improvised explosive Devices (IEDS) including five liquid type IEDs and three IED waist belts, five chain IEDs from three slain militants along IB in Chambiliyal belt of Ramgarh sector in Samba district yesterday. “Chain IEDs are mainly used to blow up rail tracks and hit running trains. The five bottles of liquid explosive contained trinitroglycerin. It is used to cause explosion and trigger fire”, IG BSF Jammu Frontier D K Uphadayaya said. Terrorists are resorting to use of undetectable liquid explosives like nitroglycerin now, the official said. The JammuPathankote railway line is 20 kms away from the the International Border (IB). There have been several attacks targeting trains and tracks in Jammu-Samba-Kathua belts in the past. “We have recovered from them 10 hand cuffs in plastic. I think they were planning to carry out hostage taking as part of engineering terror incidents”, the IG said.

NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (IANS): KLF chief Harminder Singh Mintoo -one of the six prisoners to escape the Nabha jail in Punjab -- was the kingpin of the jailbreak plan and was supported by the ISI which wanted to revive militancy in the border state through him, a senior Delhi Police officer said on Wednesday. The Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) militant had admitted to being the mastermind of the jailbreak, which he planned after meeting Punjab gangster Gurdeep Singh Sekhon six months ago in Nabha jail, the police officer said on the condition of anonymity. Shekhon later contacted his aide Vicky to arrange local criminals for the jail attack on any suitable day, he added. “Mintoo planned to revive the militant organisation and sleeper cells in Punjab with the ISI help. The ISI was aware of the impending jailbreak and wanted to revive militancy in Punjab. They (ISI and KLF) were helping each other in completing the mission,” the senior police

officer said. The ISI wanted to take revenge for the Indian army’s surgical strikes against Pakistan on September 28. Parminder Singh, a gangster since arrested by Uttar Pradesh Police, was assigned the task of arranging firearms which he did with the help of Satnam Kaur, a daughter of another KLF militant, the police officer said. Mintoo was arrested from the parking area of Nizamuddin railway station by Delhi Police’s Special Cell on November 28 morning, a day after he escaped from a high security prison in Punjab. Six criminals, including Mintoo and Kashmir Singh (both terrorists) and gangsters Gurpreet Sekhon, Vicky Gounder, Amandeep Dhotian and Neeta Deol had escaped from the Punjab prison on November 27. Police said Mintoo told his interrogators that he chatted with his Pakistani handler Harmeet on Skype from the Nabha jail days before the jailbreak. Harmeet is also a KLF militant, living in the safe house under the protection

SC orders status quo on SYL canal land

Govt approves inclusion of 15 new castes in OBC list

NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (IANS): The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered status quo on land acquired for the construction of the SutlejYamuna Link canal’s stretch in Punjab and appointed the Union Home Secretary, Punjab’s Chief Secretary and the Director General of Police as receivers. A bench of Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose and Justice Amitava Roy, however, made it clear that the receivers are only for the purposes of submitting a report on the ground situation.

NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (PTI): The government on Wednesday approved inclusion of 15 new castes and modification in 13 other castes in the Central list of Other Backward Classes (OBCs). The Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved the proposal. The National Commission of Backward Classes (NCBC) had recommended a total of 28 changes in respect of 8 states —Assam, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Maharashtra,

Madhya Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand. Out of these 28, 15 were new entries, 9 were synonyms or sub-castes of the castes which were already in the list and 4 were corrections. “The changes will enable the persons belonging to these castes/ communities to avail the benefits of reservation in Government services and posts as well as in Central Educational Institutions as per the existing policy,” according to an official statement.

They will also become eligible for benefit under the various welfare schemes, scholarships etc. being administered by the Central Government, which are at present available to the persons belonging to the Other Backward Classes, it added. On the NCBC recommendation, a total of 2479 entries for inclusion, including its synonyms, sub-castes, etc. in the Central List of OBCs have been notified in 25 States and 6 Union Territories. The last such notifica-


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D I M A P U R : AC AU T Nagaland wanted more awareness programmes on National Food Security Act (NFSA), as it would allow various stake holders to raise questions and also provide opportunity to gather information on the act. Since, NFSA was an important matter for general public, ACAUT media cell viewed that the awareness programme should be conducted in all districts and village levels, where people would be made aware of their rights in the fight against corruption. Media cell also congratulated Pathfinder (Dimapur based NGO) and its team for organizing awareness programme on the said act recently in Dimapur, that was attended by officials from Food and Civil Supplies, District legal Service Authorities and GBs Union Federation of Dimapur and Kohima and various other stake holders. Further, media cell said it was encouragement that the department of food and civil supplies has agreed to participate in such similar awareness programmes in the near future.

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since the Governor was the constitutional guardian and represented the president of India to ensure good governance and check against anarchy. A senior party member also expressed dismay over dragging Nagaland Governor, P.B. Acharya into a political slugfest. He said that the Governor had rightly pointed the rampant corruption that has plagued the state. As the constitutional head, he has every right to point out the hard truth. Terming it as unfortunate and baseless to demean the image of Raj Bhavan, as a place for BJP and RSS, he reminded that the BJP already has its office at Dimapur. He said since the NPF-led government was unable to respond to the truth pointed out by the Governor and the BJP, the only option left was to level baseless allegations.


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divided into four so called states of Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam,” NNC stated. In this regard, NNC said it was their wish to remind all the foreigners from different countries, who are in Nagaland, to remember the long and arduous plight of the Naga people. “And when you go back to your home country, we appeal to you to speak the political plight of the Naga people,” NNC stated.

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The Kepvusheng Logwa, TESOPHENYU Jubilee Raffle draw slated to be held on 27th of November, 2016 has been postponed to Sunday, the 11th of December, 2016 at St. Peter’s Church, Tesophenyu. The Society regrets for the inadvertent delay due to unavoidable circumstances. (Rüshvülo Tep) Convenor, Organizing Committee Kepvusheng Logwa, Tesophenyu Silver Jubilee K-4358 GOVERNMENT OF NAGALAND




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ment) Bill, 2016, was passed by the Lok Sabha after days of total washout due to paralysis on the demonetisation issue. Jaitley said the bill was brought after it came to the government’s notice that some people were trying to illegally exchange the demonetised Rs 1000 and Rs 500 cur rency notes. He said as per the amendment proposed, those caught illegally converting money will have to cough up 60 percent tax plus penalties, which will come to 85 percent.


N e w D e l h i , N OV 30 (Agencies): The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has conducted searches at over 40 locations across the country to check black money with hawala operators, others. Meanwhile, Lok Sabha on Tuesday passed within minutes a major bill that provides a window to legalise black money postdemonetisation and a tax on that amount. Marking transaction of the first legislative business in the two-week-old Chief minister T.R. Zeliang with others at the inauguration of K&K Motors (Mahindra Winter Session, the Taxation Laws (2nd Amendauthorised serving center) at Zhuliebadze Meriema on November 30. (CMO)

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mar Bhattacharyya, have been mandated to finalise a candidate. External names like Former Unilever COO Harish Manwani too have been speculated upon. Sources close to Tatas however cautions that the selection committee has just started their search and it would be premature to suggest anything definitive. One of them even added that Manwani or Chandra have also so far not met the panel for any interviews. A Tata Sons spokesperson declined to comment on speculation. Mails sent to Noel Tata seeking comments did not generate a response till the time of going to press. “The list is a small one and Noel is certainly in it. He is someone who is fully aware of the Tata ethos and value systems that has come under strain in recent

also on the board of Titan and Voltas and a director and since 2010, the nonexecutive chairman ofTata Investment Corporation (TIC). This was seen a strategic push to move into the higher rungs within the group as TIC, a listed investment firm, has substantial stakes in other Tata Group companies. Long expected to join the Tata Sons board, he however is yet to make the cut. Officials close to Noel in the past has always insisted despite the surname he was a reluctant heir of the dynasty and always favoured his brother in law Cyrus Mistry who is ten years his junior. Noel is married to Aloo, Mistry’s sister and was amongst the first to congratulate him when he was handpicked five years ago. Both are believed to still maintain a cordial relationship and Noel has not made a single comment ever since Mistry was unceremoniously removed in a boardroom coup. Noel it is believed volunteered to move to Tata International, far lower profile, trading arm of the group after a successful stint at Trent. Tata Group officials who have worked with him swear by his obsession to steer clear of any limelight or controversy.

salary disbursals are also in focus, which is expected to inject more life into the cash-starved economy,” said Anand James, Chief Market Strategist, Geojit BNP Paribas Financial Services. The recent rally notwithstanding, both the indices ended the month with losses. During November, the Sensex plunged 1,277.40 points, or 4.57 per cent, while the Nifty tumbled 401.20 points, or 4.65 per cent. Meanwhile, foreign funds sold shares worth a net Rs 715.30 crore yesterday, as per provisional data released by the stock exchanges. Overseas, Asian and European stocks rose as investors awaited the conclusion of the highlyanticipated meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Key indices in Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan rose by 0.01 per cent to 0.86 per cent while China’s index eased by 1.00 per cent. Key European indices in France, Germany and UK also moved up by 0.34 per cent to 0.54 per cent. US stocks closed higher yesterday, with the Nasdaq touching a record, but the market failed to make much headway.


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times. He is also family,” quipped another official keeping a close tab on the ongoing developments. Since 2011, the soft spoken Noel Tata’s name has been in the fray for the corner office job in Bombay House, the Mumbai headquarters of the $103 billion salt-to-software group. But it was always believed that the relationship between the Noel and Ratan have been frosty. As early as May 2011, Tata in an interview had expressed his lack of enthusiasm for Noel’s candidature, even suggesting that he did not believe Noel was ready then for the responsibility. “I think if he is to run this, he should have greater exposure than he has had. Partly his not having it has been his own choice,” Tata was quoted as saying. Though Tata hastened to add that he was not involved in the selection process and the committee was the final authority, the statement drove home the point. Tata’s comments were also significant as it suggested that Noel himself chose to stay away from bigger roles within the group. Noel (59) is the Chairman of Trent, the retail arm of the group, having served as its Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director until August 12, 2010. He is

Mumbai, Nov 30 (PTI): Markets rallied for the fourth consecutive session today, with the benchmark Sensex surging 259 points to end at a fresh two-week high of 26,652 driven by upbeat global cues on strengthening oil prices. Consumer durables, banking, finance, capital goods, industrials and power sectors were the major winners. The Sensex resumed higher at 26,441.02 and hovered in a range of 26,680.55 and 26,395.50 before ending at 26,652.81, showing a gain of 258.80 points or 0.98 per cent. This is its highest closing since November 11, when it had closed at 26,818.82. The gauge has gained 792.64 points of 3.07 per cent in four days. The 50-share NSE Nifty settled 82.35 points, or 1.01 per cent higher at 8,224.50 after shuttling between 8,234.25 and 8,139.25. Sentiment was upbeat on hopes that the government and RBI will announce more measures to contain the fallout of demonetisation while globally, oil prices spiked ahead of a crucial OPEC meet where producers are set to discuss an output cut, analysts said. “Banking sector was firm early in the day itself, with a slew of banks cutting rates. Uniquely enough, being at the month’s end,


M U M BA I , N ov 3 0 (Agencies): Noel Naval Tata, the obsessively media shy half brother of Ratan Tata and the current Managing Director of Tata International, has emerged as a contender for the top job at Tata Sons, after the committee to select a new chairman has initiated its search, said two sources aware of the matter. Tata’s name is amongst the few internal candidates like N Chandrasekaran and Ralf Speth who have emerged as potential candidates shortlisted for the race for the top job at India’s largest conglomerate. TCS CEO Chandrasekaran and Speth, his counterpart in Jaguar Land Rover are the latest appointees to Tata Sons, the group holding company, having been inducted in October as additional directors, a day after Cyrus Mistry’s sacking. The board of Tata Sons removed Mistry, 48, from the chairmanship of Tata Sons on October 24th, claiming to have lost confidence in his leadership and brought back 78-year old Ratan Tata for 4 months as the interim chairman. Within that period, the 5 member panel comprising Tata himself along with TVS Group chairman, Bain Capital’s Amit Chandra, Ronen Sen and Lord Ku-

New Delhi, Nov 30 (IANS): In view of reports of Jan Dhan accounts being used to hoard unaccounted money, the Reserve Bank of India has curtailed the withdrawal limit from such accounts to Rs 10,000 per month. “Fully KYC compliant account holders may be allowed to withdraw Rs 10,000 from their account, in a month,” RBI said on Wednesday. “The branch managers may allow further withdrawals beyond Rs 10,000 within the current applicable limits only after ascertaining the genuineness of such withdrawals and duly documenting the same on bank’s record,” it said. For non-KYC compliant accounts, the withdrawal limit has been fixed at Rs 5,000 per month from the amount deposited after November 9, with an overall ceiling of Rs 10,000. “The decision has been taken to protect the farmers and rural account holders of Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana from activities of money launderers and legal consequences under the benami property transaction and money laundering laws,” it said. Earlier, the government had warned people from letting their Jan Dhan accounts being used by people to park their unaccounted cash.

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Whereas SMTI. SENYU, W/o RHINYU Pensioner of Zhavame Village has applied for issue of Succession Certificate under the Indian Succession Act 1925 to draw the service benefits, family pension etc. belonging to Late Rhinyu of Zhavame Village, who expired on 14.10.2016. Therefore, notice is hereby issued inviting any claims and objections from the public pertaining to the above mentioned property and the same to be submitted to the office of the Additional Deputy Commissioner Pfutsero, within a period of 30 days from issue of this notice. In the event of this office not receiving any claims and objections within the stipulated time, Succession certificate will be issued to the applicant as prayed for. Sd/K-4348 Additional Deputy Commissioner, Pfutsero

international 5 lakh Iraqis face drinking water shortages: UN

Nagaland Post, Dimapur thursday, december 1, 2016

Few world leaders to attend Castro commemoration

man said he was too busy to travel to Cuba but that Russia would be sending a representative. Less surprising is US President Barack Obama’s decision to stay away. Despite the steps Obama made towards fixing US-Cuban relations, Castro remains a divisive figure - not least for CubanAmericans who fled his rule. The White House will not send an official delegation, but Mr Obama’s pick for ambassador to Cuba, Jeffrey DeLaurentis, and deputy national security adviser, Ben Rhodes, will attend the commemorative event. UK Prime Minister Theresa May, France’s Pres-

ident Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are all staying away. However, they will be sending government representatives. Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry will attend to represent the UK’s Labour Party. Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau - whose late father Pierre was friends with Castro - was one of the few Western leaders to release a message of condolences following the leader’s death, but will not be attending. Governor-General David Johnston was attending Tuesday’s commemoration. China’s President Xi Jinping paid his respects at

Indonesia protests awaken fears for minority Chinese JAKARTA, NOV 30 (Agencies): The capital of Muslim-majority Indonesia is on edge ahead of what is expected to be a second massive protest by conservative Muslims against its Christian governor and no group more so than its Chinese minority. They have reason to be concerned. The movement against the governor, who is being prosecuted for allegedly insulting the Quran, has overflowed with racial slurs against his Chinese ancestry, an unnerving sign in a country with a history of lashing out violently against the ethnic minority that makes up 1 percent of its 250 million people. The first major protest against Gov. Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama on Nov. 4 drew more than 100,000 people to Jakarta’s

streets. Some held up banners calling for Ahok to be killed or decrying Chinese influence. It ended in violence, with one death and dozens injured after hardliners attacked police. A separate mob tried to invade the apartment complex where Ahok lives in the north of the city and vandalized property in the area, which is home to many Chinese. Hard-line organizers of the protest, who were unsatisfied by a police decision earlier this month to formally name Ahok as a suspect in the blasphemy case instead of arresting him, are promising another giant rally on Friday. After police pressure, they have agreed to concentrate the rally around a national monument in central Jakarta and insist it will be peaceful. The furor

over Ahok, sparked by his criticism of detractors who argued the Quran prohibits Muslims from having a non-Muslim leader, has highlighted religious and racial fault lines in Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim nation, and the growing challenge from proponents of Shariah law to its secular system of government. For Chinese Indonesians, the controversy has awakened painful memories of the mass protests that ousted late dictator Suharto during the 1998 Asian financial crisis. Boiling resentment against immigrant Chinese tycoons who profited from ties to Suharto and his famously corrupt family spilled over into mob attacks on Chinese property and people, killing many.

A REJOINDER TO “SURVEY ON ICDS IN WOKHA DISTRICT” A rejoinder to “Survey on ICDS in Wokha District” that came out in Nagaland Post dated 28th Nov 2016. While thanking Team Metamorphosis for carrying out survey with regard to ICDS schemes and services, the Anganwadi Workers and Helpers Union would like to bring to your “Team Notice” that there are 5 (five) ICDS Projects in Wokha District, out of which ICDS Project Wokha alone covers 28 Colonies and 19 Villages (103 Centres) than is it justifiable to bring out an analysis basing on a survey of just 14 Villager? Is it justified to conclude that less than 5% of people are satisfied with ICDS Schemes and services in Wokha district? As far as the working system in ICDS Project Wokha is concerned, we can vouch with conviction that we have a very efficient officer who is always there discharging his daily duties. We have a record of successful conduct of VHND, immunization and supplementary nutrition programme under CDPO Wokha. We strongly condemn the organization for coming out with wrong survey and tarnishing the image of an efficient officer. DC-2661

Anganwadi Workers & Helpers Union ICDS Project Wokha


The Nagaland Handloom & Handicrafts Development Corporation Ltd, Dimapur is organizing the National Handloom Expo 2016 at Boarding Field Sivasagar from 2 nd to 15 th December, 2015. During the Expo Workshop -cum- Seminar will be conducted at the Venue on 5th December, 2016 at 11:00 A.M. Resource persons from different fields within and outside the state are being invited to address the participants in the Said Workshop–cum-Seminar for the upliftment and promotion of Handloom & Handicrafts sector in the state. It is to inform all the interested weavers/ Artisans/SHG’s & Entrepreneurs engaged in Handlooms sector to attend the Workshop-cum-Seminar. During the Seminar the participants will be informed about the available Financial facilities, Marketing, Designing etc. which will be beneficial to them. The event is being sponsored by the Office of the Development Commissioner (Handloom), Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, New Delhi. Sd/(K. HOKISHE ASSUMI) Managing Director DC-2654

Assad, allies aim to seize Aleppo soon B EI R U T, N o v 3 0 (Agencies): Syria and its allies aim to drive rebels from Aleppo before Donald Trump takes office as U.S. President, a senior official in the pro-Damascus military alliance said, as pro-government forces surged to their biggest victories in the city for years. Rebels face one of their gravest moments of the war after pro-government forces routed fighters over the past few days from more than a third of the territory they controlled in the city. Thousands of civilians have fled for safety.

The pro-government official, who declined to be identified in order to speak freely, nevertheless indicated that the next phase of the campaign could be more difficult as the army and its allies seek to capture more densely populated areas. Rebel fighters fought fiercely to stop government forces advancing deeper into the oppositionheld enclave on Tuesday, confronting pro-Assad militias who sought to move into the area from the southeast, a rebel official said.

Seoul, NOV 30 (Agencies): South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday asked parliament to decide how and when she can give up power over an influence-peddling scandal, taking the country’s political crisis deeper into uncharted terrain. The main opposition Democratic Party rejected Park’s offer, calling it a ploy to escape being impeached, and said it would continue efforts to bring an impeachment motion in parliament, which they have sought to do as soon as Friday. No South Korean president has failed to complete a single five-year term since the current democratic system was implemented in 1987. “I will leave to parliament everything about my future including shortening of my term,” Park said in a brief televised speech. Her dramatic maneuver puts the burden of resolving the political crisis on parliament, which has been controlled by a coalition of opposition parties since Park’s conservative Saenuri Party unexpectedly lost its majority in April elections. If Park resigns or an impeachment vote in parliament is upheld by the Constitutional Court, an election must be held in 60 days to nominate a president to serve a five-year term, with

Park Geun-hy

the prime minister leading the country in the interim. That short time frame could leave the main political parties looking to buy time in order to coalesce behind presidential candidates, and political analysts said it may take months for parliament to agree on an exit plan for Park. “I will step down from my position according to the law once a way is formed to pass on the administration in a stable manner that will also minimize political unrest and vacuum after ruling and opposition parties’ discussion,” Park said, her voice firm. Park Kwang-on, a Democratic Party lawmaker, said it looked like she was trying to stall proceedings. “She is handing the ball to parliament when she could simply step down,” he told Reuters.

“She is asking parliament to pick a date for her to resign, which she knows would lead to a discussion on when to hold the presidential election and delay everything.” Park, 64, had apologized twice previously but until Tuesday resisted mounting public calls to quit. Her term is scheduled to end in February 2018. “She doesn’t want the parliament to impeach her and she doesn’t think that the parliament can soon reach an agreement, so she is making things complicated and trying to shift some of her blame to the parliament,” said Shin Yul, a professor of political science at Myongji University. Some lawmakers from Park’s Saenuri party had asked her to resign under an agreement that would allow her to leave office with some dignity. On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of South Koreans rallied for the fifth weekend in a row, calling for Park’s resignation. Organizers said the crowd totaled 1.5 million, while the police estimated the crowd at 260,000. Park’s approval rating fell to just 4 percent in a weekly survey released on Friday by Gallup Korea, an all time-low for a democratically elected South Korean president.

Pak setting up world’s biggest solar park Islamabad, Nov 30 (IANS): Pakistan is setting up the world’s largest 1,000 MW solar park as part of its plans to promote renewable energy, Minister for Climate Change Zahid Hamid has announced, according to media reports. Pakistan has also enacted the National Energy Efficiency and Conserva-

tion Act, 2016, to promote effective conservation and efficient use of energy, Hamid said on Tuesday, reports Associated Press of Pakistan. The minister led a Pakistani delegation to par ticipate in COP22 Conference held in Morocco, which provided an opportunity to signify achievements made in ad-

dressing climate change. He said the world community was informed that Pakistan’s contribution to global warming was minimal, and added, “We emit less than 1 per cent of total annual global greenhouse gas emissions. Yet we are ranked amongst the top ten countries most vulnerable to climate change.”



This is to inform all the citizens of Kohima that selling of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) and putting up liquor stall, party zone and discotheque in Phezoucha, New Secretariat Area, Kohima Nagaland is strictly prohibited w.e.f. 1st December 2016. Defaulters will be penalized as per the rule and regulation. K-4336

H ava n a , N o v 3 0 (Agencies): Fidel Castro was a fixture of international politics for more than 50 years. But his leadership of Cuba divided opinion, and leaders across the world have had to decide whether or not to attend the revolutionary’s funeral. In the end, the list of those wanting to pay respect Castro in person appears to be very short, with some notable allies choosing to send representatives instead. Perhaps most surprisingly, considering the two countries’ long friendship, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he will not be attending. His spokes-

South Korea’s Park ready to resign

Mathew Yhome General Secretary

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Dr. Ketsukietuo Dzüvichü Chairman

FELICITATION The Mangmetong Village Council extends our heartiest congratulations to Mr Wati. L.Imchen for being promoted to the post of Director, Printing and Stationery, Govt.of Nagaland. The Council pray that God would give him wisdom and Good health in his future endeavour. ( Salemtiba) ( L.Moatemjen) Chairman Secretary Mangmetong Village Council Mangmetong Village Council


L-R) Russian President Vladimir Putin, North Korean leader Kim Jung-un and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will all be absent from the commemoration.

the Cuban embassy in Beijing, saying the country had lost a “close comrade and real friend”. Vice President Li Yuanchao is representing China at the commemorations in Cuba. Despite their close friendship, Vietnam’s President Tran Dai Quang will also not be attending, sending National Assembly chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Nga in his place. The country will be holding a national day of mourning for Castro, however. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi - who paid tribute to an “iconic” world leader last week - will be sending his home minister but will not be flying to Cuba himself. North Korea’s Kim Jung-un will not be travelling to Cuba either, sending a delegation on his behalf. The list of world leaders actually attending is relatively short. A number of South American leaders will be making the trip: Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro, whose late mentor Hugo Chavez had a special bond with Castro, Ecuador’s Rafael Correa, Bolivia’s Evo Morales and Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega have all indicated they will attend.

BAG H DA D, NOV 3 0 ( Ag e n c i e s ) : U p t o 5,00,000 civilians in Mosul face a “catastrophic” drinking water shortage as Iraqi forces advance on the Islamic State group in the city, the United Nations warned on Wednesday. “Nearly half a million civilians, already struggling to feed themselves day to day, are now without access to clean drinking water. The impact on children, women and families will be catastrophic,” said Lise Grande, UN humanitarian coordinator in Iraq. Operations to retake Iraq’s second city have damaged water pipes in recent days and residents in east Mosul say they have resorted to pumping water from wells. “We don’t have water or electricity. We are drinking well water but that’s not enough,” said Mosul resident Mohamed Khalil, 25. Iraqi commanders said around 40 per cent of the eastern half of Mosul has been retaken from the jihadists since a huge offensive began on October 17. The forces have told civilians to stay at home in order to avoid massive displacement from the city, which was believed to have a population of a million-plus before the operation started.




DISTRICT, PHEK NAGALAND On the 23rd of November 2016 at Chizami, the Search Committee Convenor, Wenyilo Venuh and Sessional Secretary, Kewepelo Tsühah, VCC Chizami for Chizami Range Public Organization (CRPO) drafted its new team for the tenure 2016-2019. The members respectively designated are listed as under: President : Welhipe Chiero Vice President : Zümolo Venuh General Secretary : Mekhalo Lohe Joint Secretary : Kekhrowe Tsido Finance Secretary : Kielie Naro Banker : Kheto Tara Social and Cultural Secretary : Vesenyi Doulo CRPO Representative to CPO : Kekhro Tsühah The Search Committee wishes the new team success in their endeavours and solely asks the public to co-operate with the new team. WENYILO VENUH Convenor Search Committee (CRPO) District: Phek, Nagaland K-4351



Kohima Night Carnival set to begin

KCCI officials at its KCCI office, Kohima Wednesday (NP)


ohima Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KCCI) is all set to begin the annual Hornbill Night Carnival from tomorrow at Y junction, Main Town, Kohima, at 6 p.m. for the next 10 days. Briefing media persons this evening at its office chamber, KCCI president Jabou Sekhose, informed that the carnival will be held till 9 pm and vehicular movement will be restricted from 5 p.m. till 9 p.m. every night. The concept and objective in organizing the carnival was to promote young and upcoming local entrepreneurs, comprising mostly of educated unemployed youths. The officials said the carnival has

a good number of Self Help Groups, Churches, NGO’s, college students and similar institutes selling wares ranging from toys, party pieces, handlooms, handicrafts, eateries and varieties of local products, seeking to raise funds. Altogether 140 stalls will be set up along the traders’ road. When asked about loss of business owing to demonetization of currency, the officials informed that KCCI had requested the deputy commissioner and the banks to store ATM’s with smaller denominations of currency and also to keep all ATM’s open during the carnival time. Dr. Seyie said KCCI also appealed the Naga political groups to maintain peace and to refrain from

any disturbances to the business community. KCCI also appealed to the general public to come, witness, participate and purchase from the local entrepreneurs which will greatly boost and encourage the entrepreneurs. Meanwhile KCCI has requested both the vendors and revellers to adhere to the district administration’s notice to make the area plastic free zone or usage of plastic which is 40 microns and above. KCCI advisor and former president-Khriehuzo Lohe, will officially inaugurate the carnival while Nagabazaar Baptist Church associate pastor-Mezhüzolie Meyase will invoke God’s blessing. (Correspondent)

Nagaland Post, Dimapur thursday, December 1, 2016

Archival Exhibition on the Nagas


ith the help of some of the rare 19th and 20th century documents on the ethnography and ethnohistory and sixteen photographic posters depicting past to present with examples taken from museum collections (abroad) and present day Naga Hills, an exhibition by anthropologist Dr. Alok Kumar Kanungo, Archaeological Sciences Centre, IIT Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad will try to draw the attention of the visitors towards understanding of the Naga culture since the colonial times. The exhibitions will incorporate his collections of the last 15 years from museums and archives across the US, Europe and the UK. Rare documents include the copies of hand-written and typedfiled reports and diaries of Captain Vetch (1842), Godwin-Austen (1872-73), R.G.Woodthrope (1875-76), P.J. Maitland (1879-80), K. Cantlie (1919-20), J.H. Hutton (1917-18, 1920-23, 1925-26, 1927-29, 1934-36); Henry Balfour (1922-23), J.P. Mills (1927-28), A.S. Vernay (1935); C.F. Haimendorf (1937), Jamie Saul (2004-05); unpublished doc-

uments on prehistory of the Nagas, list of objects from Nagas in British Museum; Reports on Zeliang (previously referred as Kaccha, Kachcha, Kacha, Kachia Kutcha), A Brief Accounts of Rongmei (Nruangmei) Naga, The Naga Problem, drafts copy of Memoirs of a Memsahib in Assam, N.E. Frontier of India, 1930. (Mrs. Mills), etc. Dissertations by Andrew Grayon Structural Transformations in Nagaland; Vibha Joshi on Medical Pluralism & Curative Practices in Village in Nagaland; Christopher Andrew West on Costume and Status among the Nagas; Letters of J.P. Mills from Naga Hills to his wife and edited by her; and many other documents of historical importance. The exhibition will also display some unnoticed field

sketches and drawings by stalwarts like R.G. Woodthrope, Henry Balfour, J.H. Hutton, C.F. Haimendorf and Ursula Bower, besides soft copies of more than 50 Books/Journals/Magazines/Newspapers and 150 research articles by various scholars. The exhibition organized in collaboration with the State Archive, Directorate of Art & Culture, Government of Nagaland is scheduled to held from December 2 to 6 at the exhibition stall of the State Archive at the Bamboo Pavilion, Naga Heritage Village, Kisama. Digital copies of the exhibited materials of Dr. Kanungo’s collection will also be donated to the State Archive for future reference by Naga scholars. On the last day of the exhibition, Dr. Kanungo’s recent book titled German Anthropologists on the Naga Hills (An Annotated Bibliography of German Literature on the Nagas) published by the Department of Art & Culture, Government of Nagaland will be officially released.

The Gluttones (Top) and Polar Lights performing during the live concert at GLWS Night Bazaar at Supermaket, Dimapur. the bazaar will be held till December 3 and will feature various Naga artistes from various genres of art and entertainment.


Name : Erenthung Kikon

F/Name : Khumkhothung Kikon Sex : Male Age : 20 years Height : 5’2inches Address : Airfield Colony Missing since 18/11/2016 from Tsumang ‘A’ Colony Wokha Town. Finders may kindly Contact : 9612900167 & 9612684479



UROK launched in Nagaland




he launching event of UROK was held on November 28 at Aradura Inn where Naga entrepreneurs and special invitees attended the event. UROK is born out of the desire to build a voice from North East India to create a global urban street wear story combining the rich cultural, heritage and dynamics of North East in collaboration with creative artists and craftsman. UROK will launch an exclusive capsule collection infusing Naga culture, tradition and heritage and build a modern narrative for global audience. The Limited Edition collection will be officially launched at the Hornbill festival and thereafter will be made available on our e-commerce The brand is also looking to collaborate with local artisans from Nagaland to take their work in a modern context and make it available to larger audience. UROK is headed in NE, India by the dynamic duo of two young entrepreneur Lanuakum Aier and Nofuzenla Aier to take this brand to the global market.

Babymetal aim to be as ‘cool’ as Linkin Park





abymetal say they aim to one day be “as cool as” Muse and Linkin Park. The Japanese trio tour the UK as support to the Red Hot Chili Peppers next month. And looking ahead to the dates, Babymetal reveal their influences and hopes for the future. Su-metal tells the NME: “Like Muse and Linkin Park, we are also striving to be the one and only to create a new genre called Babymetal. We hope to be as cool as them.” On the upcoming support shows with RHCP, Su-metal adds: “It didn’t really sink in for me when I first heard that we would be supporting RHCP. “But when I heard people around us commenting on how incredible it is to be on tour with such a celebrated band, that’s when it finally sunk in and realised what a remarkable honour it is to tour with RHCP.” Yuimetal adds: “We met them during Fuji Rock. Words cannot explain how surprised we were when we returned to the side of the stage and saw them checking out our performance.”

The eighty seven years standing friendship treaty between Khezhakeno (Kozabomi) and Zhobumai (Bomi) villages was reaffirmed on the 25th of November 2016 at Lozapa Taza-o in Khezhakeno village under the theme, “Re-strengthening of friendship treaty 1929”. The historic treaty between the two villages reiterated the commitment and dedication of the forefathers who envisioned and established the friendship between the two villages way back in the year 1929. A total number of 344 male members from Zhobumai village attended the historic treaty as guests. They were warmly received by the village community of Khezhakeno village. The villagers in traditional attires stood in long queues and welcomed their age long friends waving and chanting amid thunderous gunfire. The programme started with a dedicatory prayer from Mr.Khupo Koza, Pastor Khezhakeno Baptist Church which was followed by the unveiling of Monolith by Mr. Th. Dairhü Soto Chairman Zhobumai Village Authority. Mr. Robin Soto Member ADC Senapati in his speech reminisced on how the forefathers of both the villages with their far sighted vision lit the torch of friendship and nurtured it. To this end, he highlighted the importance of the treaty which should be sustained and persisted with truth and sincere dedication. He further stressed the need to revisit on the past love and commitment of our forefathers and strive to further build and re-strengthen on it. Mr Lakha Koza, NPS Commandant, 14th NAP (IR) Bn dwelled on the importance of Restrengthening the treaty in the spirit of brotherhood, mutual respect, harmony and goodwill through good and bad times. He further challenged both the villages to uphold the friendship pledge whole-heartedly in true spirit so that others may live to see as an example even in the coming years and also keeping in view the coming of the hundred (100) year centenary celebration of the treaty which is not far away. The programme was compered by Mr. Vietsolhou Koza and Mr. Leavini Zho while Mr. D. Kemvu Koza chaired the program. Mr. Ngolo Ngotha led the invocation prayer. The welcome address was delivered by Mr. S. Kepfelhou Ladu. The Khezhakeno Welfare Society presented the crowd with a song while the Khezhakeno Youth came up with a folk song. The gathering was further livened up with a cultural extravaganza by the Zhobumai Cultural Dance Troupe. Mr. Vivotso Koza, eldest male from Khezhakeno village bestowed upon the act of blessing. The programme ended with Mr. Z. Kepfelhou Koza delivering the vote of thanks and Rev. Thaongoulou Rosü pronouncing the benediction. The Chüketshe Society (CKS) monitored the K-4346 entire event as volunteers. K


Football world rallies behind Chapecoense after air disaster

A young boy mourns the team at their stadium in Chapeco - many more have gathered outside.

New York, Nov 30 (IANS): Reigning world chess champion Magnus Carlsen is not afraid of his Russian challenger Sergey Karjakin but is fearful of losing his crown, former title holder Anatoly Karpov has said. Norwegian Carlsen and Karjakin finished their 12th game of the World Chess Championship match here on Monday with a draw, reports Tass. Their overall score after 12 games played is tied at 6-6 and both grandmasters will be playing a series of tie-break games late on Wednesday to determine the new world champion. “We can see that Sergey Karjakin is calmer at the moment, while Carlsen is obviously stressed,” Karpov said on Tuesday. “I have not seen him (Carlsen) like that for a long time.” “He is afraid, but not of Sergey. He is afraid of losing the title of the world champion. Obviously he imagines how unpleasant it could be,” Karpov added.

(PTI): V R Raghunath’s twin strikes went in vain as Indian men’s hockey team went down to Australia 3-4 in the second and final game to draw the two-match series 1-1, on Wednesday. Akashdeep Singh (6th minute) and Raghunath (22nd, 25th) scored for the visitors, while Australia’s goals came from the sticks of Tent Mitton (13th), Jake Whetton (23rd), and Jeremy Hayward (38th, 54th). Playing with 10 men for large periods of the third quarter, India defended stoutly but were finally outsmarted by Australia just six minutes from the hooter. The visitors were the first to sound the board with Akashdeep scoring in the sixth minute to give India the lead. The home team settled into the game as the period went on and two minutes from the quarter Australia drew level through Mitton’s strike. In the action-packed second quarter, captain Raghunath gave India the lead

penalty corner in the 22nd minute. But India’s joy was shortlived as Australia equalised through a penalty corner conversion by Whetton in the 23rd minute. India had the final say before half time when Raghunath converted another penalty corner to give his side the lead going into the break. In an ill-tempered third quarter that saw four yellow cards – three to Indian players – Australia wrested back the control, scoring an equaliser via a Hayward penalty corner conversion in the 38th minute. India were down by a player for long passages of play in the quarter and were even stuck with nine on the field for a while with Nikkin Thimmaiah and Pardeep Mor both on yellow cards serving suspensions.

D H A K A , N OV 3 0 (AGENCIES): The Bangladesh Cricket Board has levied a record fine on two national team players for what it called “serious” breaches of discipline after they reportedly entertained female guests in their hotel rooms. Pace bowler Al-Amin Hossain and batsman Sabbir Rahman were both fined around $15,000 for “serious off-field disciplinary breaches” during the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) Twenty20 tournament, said the BCB in a statement. It gave no details of the charges against the players, but the Prothom Alo daily reported online that they had taken female guests to their hotel rooms during the tour.

3rd Death Anniversary




Born on : 07/08/1973 – Died on : 01/12/2012

Four years have passe d since you left us for your heave nly abode. Me mories of your good de e ds, always k e ep us in good stead. DP-9727

Miss you so much, Loving wife, children & family members




LATE SANGTEMNONGSU CHANG Born: 1941 | Died: 25-11-2016 We the bereaved family members and relatives of Late Sangtemnongsu Chang, GB, would like to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude to all our family friends and well wishers, who helped us physically, emotionally and financially during the brief illness and at the sudden demise of our beloved. We regret for our inability to mention and thank each one of you individually, but humbly pray that our good Lord God Almighty bless you all. Our heartfelt gratitude to:1. PHC, Noksen-Doctor, nurses and staffs 2. Noksen Village Council 3. GB’s Union, Noksen Area 4. General Public of the Villages of – Litem, Longra, Yangpi and Noksen Town. 5. Noksen Bukmet Thangjem With love and prayer Family & relatives K-4352


Dearest Oba,

We remember this day with pain The pain of your absence In the many experience big and small That came about in our lives these past three years. We miss you all the more with each passing day All we have is but wistful remembrance Of memories that are our priceless treasures Safe in our hearts. We love you always. Wife, children, in-laws and grand children

10.03.1915 – 01.12.1996

“Twenty years have gone, yet we still cherish your precious exemplary thoughts and deeds.”

Loving children, in-laws, grandchildren and great grandchildren.


LIMBE, NIGERIA, NOV 29 (AGENCIES): Nigeria striker Desire Oparanozie scored the only goal against a disciplined South Africa to earn her side a place in the final of the African Women’s Cup of Nations against Cameroon. South Africa started brightly but the Desiree Ellis-led side failed to capitalise on their early dominance. Oparanozie and Ngozi Okobi both had chances to put seven-time champions Nigeria ahead in the 25th minute, but goalkeeper Andile Dlamini thwarted their shots. Seven minutes later, South Africa had the ball in the net but it was ruled out for offside. However, Oparanozie put Nigeria ahead with a powerful free-kick eight minutes after the restart. Faith Ikidi was fouled in front of the South Africa box and the Guingamp forward blasted the resulting free-kick past the Banyana Banyana wall. Wounded South Africa pressed and pushed for an equaliser forcing Nigeria to defend stoutly. Banyana piled on the pressure and had two late chances cleared off the line, but Nigeria held on to set up a third final between Cameroon in the African Women’s Cup of Nations.



and cockpit voice recordings had been found. The tragedy sent shockwaves through the region and prompted Brazilian President Michel Temer to declare three days of national mourning. The final round of Brazilian Serie A matches were postponed, as was the second leg of the Copa do Brasil final. South American football’s governing body Conmebol said in a statement that the Copa Sudamericana final had been suspended, along with “all federation activities”. “It hasn’t sunk in, we’re still hoping for good news,” Chapecoense vice-president Ivan Tozzo said. “It’s a team that people loved, a team that we started to build a long time ago. Now that we have managed to make a name for ourselves, this happens. It’s really difficult. Such sadness.”

Carlsen stressed, Hockey: India go down to Oz in Al-Amin, Rahman afraid of losing: high-scoring match, levels series fined $15 K for Ex-champ Karpov Melbourne, NOV 30 from a superbly executed ‘female guests’


African Women’s Cup: Nigeria beat SA

competition. Moments before boarding their flight to Medellin, Chapecoense’s players and staff posted photos and videos on social media in which their beaming smiles and thumbs-up gestures showed palpable excitement at the challenge awaiting them. But little more than four hours later their fairytale was cut tragically short. Seventy-one people died -- including 19 Chapecoense players -- when the chartered plane carrying the team plunged into a hillside at Cerro Gordo, near Medel-

lin international airport late on Monday night. There were just six survivors in a crash that also claimed the lives of 20 journalists. Earlier reports said 81 people were on the British Aerospace CP-2933 aircraft but the Colombian government later said that four people listed for the flight did not board. Three of the six survivors are footballers -- defender Alan Ruschel, reserve goalkeeper Jakson Follman and defender Helio Zemper. Ruschel suffered spinal injuries and Zemper skull and chest injuries. Follman’s condition was not known. Authorities were still investigating the cause of the incident, which occurred during a heavy rainstorm. Flight data showed the plane circling the Rio Negro airport near Medellin before disappearing off the radar. Emergency workers said late on Tuesday that black boxes with flight data


MEDELLIN, NOV 30 (IANS): This was supposed to be the biggest week in the club’s 43-year history, the culmination of what was already a sporting fairytale. Just seven years after struggling in Brazil’s fourth division, Chapecoense had qualified for their first continental final, a Copa Sudamericana showdown against Colombia’s Atletico Nacional de Medellin, reports Xinhua. The winner of the final -- decided over two legs -would earn a berth in next year’s Copa Libertadores, South America’s top club



Nagaland Post, Dimapur thursday, december 1, 2016




Barak FC lifts Classic cup for 3rd time

A jubilant Barak FC team with the trophy after the prize distribution ceremony. (NP)


Ko h i m a , N ov. 3 0 (NPN): Defending champions Barak FC emerged champions of the 22nd Classic Cup after beating Kuki United FC 2-1 in a closely fought final match played on Wednesday here at Kohima local ground. With this win, Barak FC has lifted the coveted Classic Cup trophy for three consecutive years (2014, 2015 & 2016). The champions received Rs. 1, 50,000 with trophy and citations and runner-up team got Rs. 80,000 with citations. In the first half both teams looked equally strong sharing equal ball possession in the field. Barak FC’s Kivi Zhimomi (17) and K. Salu Kumlimbe (9) made dangerous attempts one after another in short span of time early in the game but were denied brilliantly by the Kuki FC goal keeper. Having established some dominance over their opponent with several attempts on the goal, Barak

FC capitalised on its dominant flow and drew first blood in the 36th minute through Kivi Zhimomi (17) much to the delight of the strong crowd. A determined Kuki United FC came back well organized and determined to equalize the lone goal and tried on several occasions. Barak FC players however remained strong in preventing their opponents. Khaigin (15) midfielder of Kuki United FC shot an absolute zinger from a distance but failed to equalise as it missed the nets. In a counter attack, Rhitsho Mero (11) with superb assist from Kivi Zhimomi doubled the score in the 58th minute. Kivi of Barak FC gave Kuki FC nearly found the nets again through a header but was denied. Kuki United FC made spirited attempts late in the game. Khaigin (15) of Kuki FC managed to score the lone goal for his team in the dying minutes. However, equalising the second

goal became impossible for the runner-up as the final whistle echoed throughout the field seconds after the goal. The match ended 2-1 in favour of Barak FC. Individual prize winners of the tourney were: player of the tournament-Eliminhao (Kuki United FC) who received Rs. 10, 000; best defence- Ayiezo Mere of head hunter ; best goal keeper -- Peisuidibe (Barak FC), highest goal scorer--Rhitsho Mero of Barak FC (8 goals); best midfielder bagged-- Keneisedelie of Barak FC. Khriekethozo Keretsii (Addax FC), Hekato Ayemi (MT. Youth club) and Akuo-o Ciesotsu (Naga FC) were declared as “most promising players.” The three received Rs. 3,000 each and would get free trip offer to Guwahati next year to witness the under -17 world cup. Earlier, parliamentary secretary YRS, MTF and State Lotteries, Khriehu Liezietsu graced the occasion as chief guest. He informed that to

promote and develop sports as a viable employment avenue the department of youth resources and sports Nagaland has formulated and submitted a proposal for sharing of revenue proceeds from the state lotteries for sports development. Upon approval Liezietsu said the fund would be utilized to set up sports academies in some districts and to provide specialized coaching clinics with foreign coaches especially in badminton and archery as a start. Parliamentary secretary also said North east council (NEC) and the state government has started detailed negotiations with Tata Trust ( who have CSR funding presence in other sectors in Nagaland ) for setting up Dr. T. Ao football academy in Dimapur with 16 acres of land. The final programme was hosted by Rukulu and Xavier Rutsa, dance performance by creatorz KV while vote of thanks was proposed by Mezhii Solo, the tournament director.

Kohli no.3 in Test rankings

Dubai, Nov 30 (IANS): After leading India to an unassailable 2-0 lead in the five-match Test rubber against England, skipper Virat Kohli on Wednesday vaulted to a career best third spot in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings for Test batsmen released here. The 28-year-old Kohli, who scored 62 and six not out to help India crush England by 8 wickets in the third Test against England at Mohali, moved to 833 points, within 14 points of second-ranked England’s Joe Root in a list led by Australia captain Steve Smith. Starting the series in 15th position, Kohli has risen at a fast pace scoring 405 runs in the three Tests against England, according to an ICC release. Kohli, who is topranked in Twenty20 internationals and second in One-Day Internationals, looks determined to top the table in Tests, the only format in which he has never been top-ranked. England’s Jonny Bairstow has also reached a career best ranking of 9th -- a leap of three places with knocks of 89 and 15 while Australia opener Usman Khawaja has moved up nine places to 19th after a match-winning knock of 145 that helped Australia win the day-night final Test against South Africa in Adelaide by seven wickets. For South Africa, Faf du Plessis’s innings of 118 not out and 12 have helped him move up eight positions to 23rd rank while opener Stephen Cook has moved up 30 places to a career best 44th position after scoring 40 and 104 in Adelaide. New Zealander Ross Taylor has moved up four places to take the 18th slot.

Southgate appointed England manager Saina, Kashyap, Praneeth L o nd o n , N o v 3 0 ( IA N S ) : E n g l a n d a n nounced on Tuesday that it has appointed Gareth Southgate as their full time football manager. Southgate has signed a four-year contract which includes England’s campaigns for the 2018 World Cup and the 2020 European Championship. The English Football Association’s (FA) selection panel of Chief Executive Martin Glenn, Technical Director Dan Ashworth and Chairman Greg Clarke unanimously agreed that he was the outstanding candidate for the role having impressed during his four-game period as interim manager. Southgate said in a FA release: “I am extremely proud to be appointed England manager. However, I’m also conscious that getting the job is one thing, now I want to do the job successfully.”

father negotiating Messi’s transfer

Barcelona, Nov 30 (IANS): Argentina’s superstar footballer Lionel Messi’s father is negotiating his son’s transfer from Spanish champions FC Barcelona to French side Paris SaintGermain (PSG), according to media reports. Jorge Messi is maintaining a dialogue with Paris Saint-Germain Director of football and former Barcelona player Patrick Kluivert regarding a possible move of his son, French media RTL reported on Tuesday citing sources, reports Sputnik. The striker’s current contract at Barcelona ends on June 30, 2018. Last month, Barcelona media reported that the Argentine forward isn’t keen to renew his contract. Messi, 29, joined Barcelona when he was 13.

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Gareth Southgate

“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with the players over these past four games and I think there’s huge potential. I’m determined to give everything I have to give the country a team that they’re proud of and one that they’re going to enjoy watching play and develop. For me, the hard work starts now.” Martin Glenn added: “We are delighted to confirm Gareth as England manager. He’s obviously somebody we know well

but it’s his understanding of international football and the development set-up at St. George’s Park that is important. “He performed extremely well during the four games he was in temporary charge and he impressed us during a tough interview process. “Gareth is a great ambassador for what the FA stands for, he’s a very good football tactician and a leader but beneath that he’s a winner and that’s an important part of the job.” Southgate’s first competitive match as manager will be the international fixture against Germany in Dortmund on March 22, 2017, followed by the World Cup qualifier against Lithuania at Wembley Stadium on March 26, 2017. As a player, Southgate earned 57 caps for England and represented his country at two World Cups and two European Championships.

Kashmir’s karate kid emerges Asian champ

Hashim Mansoor

NEW DELHI, NOV 30 (AGENCIES): A primary school student from Bandipora district won the gold medal at the Asian Youth Karate Championship on Tuesday, becoming the second child in the sub-junior category to bring laurels to Kashmir in a fortnight. Seven-year-old Hashim Mansoor scored the distinction at the ongoing championship in New Delhi by defeating a fellow-contender from Sri Lanka. Karate

champs from 19 countries are participating in the threeday-long event. Last month, eight-yearold Tajamul Islam had won the gold medal at the World Kickboxing Championship in Italy. Both Islam and Mansoor were trained by the same coach, Faisal Ali. Mansoor received a gold medal, a certificate and a memento from the organisers. The event was organised by the All India Youth Karate Federation. A class 3 student, Mansoor began training a year ago at a small village academy run by Ali in a tin shed. He had little by way of training equipment — a number of mats, a few footballs, a couple of punching bags and gloves that children wore in turns.

advance at Macau Open

Macau, Nov 30 (IANS): Indian star shuttler Saina Nehwal edged past Hanna Ramadini of Indonesia to advance to the second round of the $120,000 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament here on Wednesday. Top seeded Nehwal defeated the Indonesian player 21-23 21-14 21-18 in a match which lasted around one hour at the main location-4. After going down in the first game, the Hyderabadi shuttler bounced back in style to outplay her opponent in every department of the game. In men’s singles category, B Sai Praneeth defeated Sun Feixiang of China 21-12 21-15 in 40 minutes of play. His compatriot, Parupalli Kashyap also ad-

vanced into the second round of the tournament. Kashyap, who is making a comeback after a long break, defeated Chun-Wei Chen of Chinese Taipei 2119 21-8 in a match which lasted for 33 minutes. In another match, Sameer Verma, who was in the spotlight after reaching the final at the recently concluded Hong Kong Open, was defeated by Muhammad Bayu Pangisthu of Indonesia 18-21, 13-21 in the opening round in 35 minutes of play. In the men’s doubles category, Manu Attri and Sumeeth Reddy edged past Chan Alan Yun Lung and Li Kuen Hon of Hong Kong to advance. The Indian pair defeated the Hong Kong duo 21-11, 17-21, 21-9 in 40 minutes.

ISL: NorthEast FC beat Delhi 2-1 to keep semis’ hopes alive

Seityasen Singh of NE FC celebrating after scoring the first goal against Delhi.

Guwahati, Nov 30 (IANS): NorthEast United FC kept their slim chances of a semifinal berth alive by upsetting in-form Delhi Dynamos 2-1 in an Indian Super League (ISL) footnall match here at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium on Wednesday. The result saw NorthEast (18 points from 13 matches) set up a virtual knockout affair with Kerala Blasters (19 points from 13 matches) in both the teams’ final outings. NorthEast have to win while a draw would be enough for the Blasters to make the cut. After a barren first half, fleet-footed winger Seityasen Singh opened the scoring for the home side in the 60th minute with Romaric netting the second in the 71st minute to script the vital win which kept them in the race.Marcelo Pereira pulled one back for Delhi with an exquisite finish in second half added time.

A defeat would have seen NorthEast bow out of the competition paving the way for Kerala to book their semi-final ticket. For the already-qualified Delhi, Doblas Santana was back in goal and Lalchhawnkima came in for David Addy. NorthEast coach Nelo Vingada meanwhile, opted to give Yusa Katsumi a start with Gustavo Lazzaretti injured. Nirmal Chhetri and Robin Gurung too were handed starts with T.P. Rehenesh deputing in goal for an injured Subrata Paul. Delhi’s Richard Gadze missed a gilt-edged chance in the opening exchanges when he was put through on goal by Malouda. The hosts were dealt a blow soon after when in-form striker Nicolas Velez picked up a knock and had to be replaced by Robert Cullen much to the chagrin of the team management and the Argentine.

NorthEast had a chance to go ahead but Emiliano Alfaro failed to convert Romaric’s delightful through ball with keeper Doblas also narrowing the angle coming out of his line. The best chance of the half fell to Seityasen Singh who had a lot of green ahead of him on the edge of the box but shot straight at Doblas from another Romaric through ball. At halftime, both teams were locked at 0-0. The goal came from n ow h e r e a t t h e h o u r mark. Didier Zokora’s long ball found Seityasen who sneaked in behind Kean Lewis and Shouvick Ghosh to eventually beat a Shouvick lunge and poke the ball past Doblas. Ten minutes later, NorthEast doubled their lead through Romaric who stabbed home from a Cullen pass past an onrushing Doblas.

Cricketer India nominated for AFC award Delhi, Nov 30 exceptional contribution to Yuvraj, Hazel New (IANS): India has been the development and profor the Asian motion of the game at all Keech marry nominated Football Confederation levels within the country.

Chandigarh, Nov 30 (IANS): Cricketer Yuvraj Singh and actress Hazel Keech tied the knot on Wednesday as per Sikh traditions at a gurdwara in Punjab’s Fatehgarh Sahib district. Sporting a red Sherwani with cream coloured churidar, Yuvraj was all decked up as the groom with a red turban and ‘Sehraa’. Yuvraj grew a beard for the ceremony. Hazel wore a heavily embroidered Lehenga with her head covered with an embroidered dupatta. The marriage ceremony was solemnized as per Sikh traditional ‘Anand Karaj’ at the gurdwara in Dufera village in Fatehgarh Sahib village, about 40 km from here. The gurdwara was decorated for the occasion.

(AFC) Member Association (Developing) Award of the Year along with Vietnam and Malaysia. The results of the nominations will be announced at the AFC Awards Night in Abu Dhabi on Thursday, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) said in a release on Wednesday. The award is given to a member association in recognition of its professional administration and governance as well as its

This includes grassroots and youth development work, women’s football development and social responsibility. The AIFF, according to a statement, conducted 29 AFC courses inclusive of two AFC “A” license courses, five AFC “B” license courses, 20 AFC “C” license courses and two AFC goalkeeping Level 1 courses. Around 210 coaches became AFC certified through these courses.

WSSA sports meet from Dec 8 DIMAPUR: Western Sumi Sports Association (WSSA) 18th annual sports meet of MBE Zhuikhu Memorial Gold Cup and 9th Zukhevi Achumi, rtd assistant commandant, Volley Trophy will commence on December 8 till 14 at Kiyeto Village under Aqahuto Area. Mugaho Murru, publicity/info secretary WSSA, has informed that Lok Sabha MP Neiphiu Rio will grace the opening ceremony as chief guest while minister RD & REPA, C.L. John will be the guest of honour.

WDVFA penalty shootout in Wka D IMA P U R : Wo k h a District Veteran Football Association (WDVFA) has informed that veteran penalty shootout would be held at public ground Wokha under the initiative of WDVFA on December 10. The champion of the shootout would receive a cash prize of Rs.7000, Runner-up- Rs.5000 and third prize- Rs.3000 respectively. WDVFA in a press note stated any team comprising of players above 45 years could participate. Practice session for the tour ney will commence from December 1 at 2 p.m at public ground Wokha. For further details one can contact 7085115392, 9862869085.

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