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Vol XXIX No. 215
DIMAPUR, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 2019 Pages 12 ` 5.00
NE states to protest CAB if re-tabled, says Khandu
England through to ICC WC final
‘Economy is weak, needs structural reforms’
northeast, Page 4
sports, Page 12
national, Page 7
K’taka speaker buys time for govt
BENGALURU, JUL 11 ( AG E N C I E S ) : K a r n a taka Assembly Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar on Thursday said he would decide on the fresh resignation of MLAs after applying his mind to the letters that he has received and in line with the requirement laid down by the Constitution of India. He has not taken a decision on the resignation letters yet. “MLAs have submitted resignation in right format now.. I will have to examine whether resignations are voluntary and genuine,” he said at a press conference held shortly after meeting with rebel MLAs. Speaker Kumar said he would take a call on the new resignation letters in line with the Constitution. The Speaker maintained that the legislators should have approached him instead of rushing to the Governor. He said, “They (MLAs) don’t communicate to me and rush to the Governor. What can he do? Is it not misuse? They approached the Supreme Court. My obligation is to the people of this state and the Constitution of this country. I am delaying because I love this land. I am not acting in haste.” The Speaker’s decision
SSAALWC to halt SARDP work
DIMAPUR, JUL 11 (NPN): After its appeal to authority concerned to clear compensation to beneficiaries under the 2nd phase went unheeded, SARDP Sumi Area Affected Landowners Welfare Committee (SSAALWC) has now declared that construction firms would not be allowed to execute work in any village under its jurisdiction. Announcing this, committee chairman Ghuvishe Zhimomi and secretary Kakheto Zhimomi warned that forceful entry by any company or organisation or government agency would result in blockade of highway. They, however, added that Xuivi village was exempted from the purview of the committee’s ban as compensation had been cleared till 3rd phase. The committee had threatened to stall SARDP work on June 12. Acknowledging Sümi Hoho’s appeal to contractors of 2-lane road between Zunheboto and Chakhabama that appeared in Nagaland Post on Thursday, SSAALWC urged the hoho to reason why the 2nd phase was still pending when 90% of landowners were yet to receive the property damage compensation, even as National Highways &
Rebel MLAs arrive to meet the Speaker (Inset), at Vidhana Soudha on Thursday.
may have disappointed the rebel MLAs, 11 of whom arrived by special flights from Mumbai. They are likely to seek a speedy decision from the Supreme Court when the matter comes up before the court Friday. Ramesh Kumar said he has videographed the entire proceedings and sent everything to the Supreme Court Registrar General. He has also sought clarification from the apex court on what it meant by “a decision forthwith”. It is to be seen if the Speaker’s tough stand will lead to a friction between the powers of the judiciary and that of Speaker. In all, 16 MLAs have
resigned, so far. And out of the 13 resignations received earlier, only five were in order. Eight were not, he had said. He told reporters on Thursday that that he is under no one’s obligation and will take a view on resignations only in compliance with Article 190 of the Constitution of India. A Bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said the decision taken by the Speaker has to be intimated on Friday when the court takes up the matter again. Whip issued: Amid ongoing political turmoil in Karnataka, Chikkodi MLA and chief whip of the JD (S)-Congress coalition gov-
ernment Ganesh Hukkeri on Thursday issued a whip to party MLAs to attend the Assembly session to pass the Finance bill on Friday. Hukkeri has asked all rebel MLAs to attend Friday’s assembly session to pass the finance bill and other matters, failing which the absent MLAs will be disqualified under the antidefection law. Hukkeri has said if there’s a need to vote, MLAs must vote in favour of the party. “If there’s a violation of this, there would be action as per the antidefection law,” he said. As the government in Karnataka faces an existential crisis with the resigna-
Govt to frame RIIN norms after holding consultations
10 Goa Cong MLAs join BJP, swearing-in of ministers today
DIMAPUR, JUL 11 (NPN): Following various opinions and concerns expressed by different civil society groups and tribal hohos after the State government proposed rollout of Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN) vide a notification on June 29, the government has now clarified that it would hold extensive consultations with all stakeholders before its implementation. While welcoming the concerns and observations expressed by different sections, “as such type of approach is the basis of any democratic society”, home commissioner R Ramakrishnan in a statement said the State government was of the clear opinion that the proposed exercise was a new initiative and needed consultations and deliberations with participation from all sections and stakeholders. He said guidelines for its
implementation were still at an early stage of formulation and would be finalised after extensive consultations. Towards this end, the home commissioner said the government would hold consultative meets with all sections and stakeholders so that the proposed exercise was in everybody’s interest and protected rights of all citizens. Ramakrishnan assured that the government would not take any hasty decision, the process would involve and engage civil society and the citizenry of the State and that no decision that could be termed discriminatory or in contravention of the interest of people or any community would be undertaken. He explained that the RIIN was aimed at streamlining the system of issuing Indigenous Inhabitant Certificates, besides maintaining record of such indigenous inhabitants.
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GUWAHATI , JUL 11 (AGENCIES): CBI officials on Thursday raided 14 locations in Guwahati in connections with one Rs 158 crore scam in the Northeast Frontier Railway (Construction) headquarters in Maligaon. Sources informed Northeast Now that CBI on Thursday raided offices, official quarters and private residences of six NF Railway officials, who were directly involved in the scam. According to North East Now report, acting on a report, the CBI registered a suo-moto case (number 06/2019) against six officials of NF Railway (Construction), who were directly involved in swindling of over Rs 158 crores of public money. The NF Railway (Construction) is responsible for implementation of all construction works in the eight states of the North East, parts of West Bengal and Bihar. Sources said, Dilip Borah, who is a senior public relations officer of the NF Railway is the prime ac-
Northeast Frontier Railway
cused in the case. The six railway officers, between 2014 and 2018, swindled Rs 158 crore by issuing advertisements to a large number of bogus and non-existing newspapers and magazines in Bihar and Central India. The CBI seized huge amount of documents, bank passbooks and computer hard discs from all the 14 locations for investigations. Though the CBI has not made any official statement on the raids, sources said, the magnitude of the scam could be even bigger than Rs 158 crores. Some more senior officials of the NF Railway are suspected to be involved in the scam, the sources said. The CBI officials on Thursday afternoon started
interrogating all the six officials in different locations, and some of them may also be arrested, the sources said. While the officials issued advertisements of tenders to bogus and nonexistent newspapers and magazines, it also helped a section of contractors and suppliers to get the contracts from the back door. “When the advertisements are published in bogus newspapers, how will the genuine contractors and suppliers get to know about the work,” the sources said. Taking advantage of the invisible advertisements, a section of dishonest contractors got the construction jobs by bribing the senior officials.
ADB to take up North East Industrial Corridor DIMAPUR, JUL 11 (NPN): Nagaland chief secretary Temjen Toy said Asian Development Bank (ADB) would help identify, prepare project report and take up the North East Industrial Corridor, a DIPR report stated. Mentioning this during a meeting with an ADB team and senior officers of some State departments at the conference hall of Civil Secretariat here on Thursday, the chief secretary also stressed connecting at least some border trading points through Eastern Expressway. Temjen Toy mentioned that trade did not happen because facilities were not there, while also emphasising on coffee plantation and the potential of revival of paper mill due to abundance of raw material. The chief secretary also shared the potential of setting up mini power
State govt officials at the meeting with ADB officials. (DIPR)
plants and funding the State’s share for smart city. The meeting was held in view of ADB conducting a feasibility study on the proposed North East Industrial Corridor. The ADB team shared its engagement with the North-eastern region, especially in three sectors – transport, urban area and energy development. In transport sector, the team highlighted the proposed South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) road proj-
ect, including the KohimaKidima-Karong-Imphal section with a budget of $140 million. In urban sector, the team mentioned the North East Region Capital Cities Development Investment programme with an approved amount of $ 200 million to assist the Northeastern States in ensuring improved environment and well-being to urban residents of Agartala, Aizawl, Gangtok, Kohima and Shillong. The team also mentioned other numerous
projects concerning India, Myanmar and Nepal. Investment & Development Authority of Nagaland (IDAN) chief executive officer (CEO) Alemtemshi Jamir, who was present at the meeting, stressed on focusing on educational institutions to facilitate trades. Mentioning that all border trades were concentrated in Moreh-Imphal sector, the IDAN CEO emphasised opening up northern trade centres like Avangkhu through ADB. He said only by opening up the northern border stability would come. Discussion was also held on the need to bring India and Myanmar together to make a concrete decision instead of planning through GPS. The need to build hospitals and educational Institutions in border areas was also discussed in order to open up trade.
Projects worth Rs 3,400 cr sanctioned for NE in 3 yrs: Govt Centre to support Nagaland in mithun development, conservation
NEW DELHI, JUL 11 (NPN): Centre has sanctioned projects worth Rs 3,400 crore in the Northeastern states in last three years under various schemes (Cont’d on p-7) and packages, Union minister Jitendra Singh told the Rajya Sabha. The fund was sanctioned for schemes and packages like Non-Lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR), North East Special Infrastructure Development Scheme (NESIDS) and others. For the development of infrastructure in North Eastern States, several infrastructure projects have been taken up in the North Eastern Region which include projects of road and rail connectivity, modernisation and development of airports, development “For nutrition, ½ kg of of Inland Waterways, Telecom, meat is equal to 4 kgs of Power Sector etc., he said. vegetables. So meat is For improvement of cheaper.” connectivity and road infra-
This is it!
NEW DELHI, JUL 11 (AGENCIES): Ten Goa Congress MLAs, who shifted allegiance to BJP on Wednesday night, joined the party here on Thursday ahead of induction of some of them in the state Cabinet. They joined BJP in the presence of its BJP national working president J.P. Nadda and Goa chief minister Pramod Sawant here in Delhi on Thursday. According to sources, the MLAs will return to Goa on Friday morning as the swearing-in ceremony of new ministers will take place on Friday. With this the BJP strength from 17 has gone up to to 27 in the Legislative Assembly. On Wednesday, Sawant arrived Delhi along with 10 MLAs to meet Shah to discuss strategy and further political developments.
tion of 16 legislators of the ruling coalition, the state Cabinet that met Thursday resolved to face the situation “bravely” and “withstand” it unitedly. The ruling coalition has said will is ready to face a confidence motion if moved by the opposition BJP. The BJP’s strength in the 224-member assembly, meanwhile, has gone up to 107 with two independents resigning from the cabinet and pledging their support to the party. JD(S)-Congress tally has dropped to 101. Cong-JDS move for disqualification: Congress Legislature Party leader Siddaramaiah and KPCC chief Dinesh Gundu Rao Thursday appeared before the Speaker in connection with the petition they had moved recently seeking disqualification of rebel party MLAs. “We have moved petition against MLAs under anti-defection law, today hearing was done concerning two members, against other members also we have given petition to Speaker. After the Congress, the JD(S) said the party too has approached the Assembly Speaker seeking disqualification of three of its rebel legislators.
Rs. 158 crore scam: CBI raids Northeast Frontier Railway Hqs
structure in the North Eastern Region, under Special Accelerated Road Development Programme for North East (SARDP-NE) a length of 6418 km has been approved out of which, about 5273 km road has been sanctioned for execution at an estimated cost of Rs.57,518 crore. In rail sector, projects such as Jiribam-Imphal, Dimapur (Dhansiri) – Zubza (Kohima), Agartala-Sabroom, TeteliyaByrnihat, Byrnihat-Shillong, Bhairabi-Sairang, Murokongselek-Pasighat, Agartala (India) – Akhaura (Bangladesh) etc. have been taken up. Funds allocated and spent for projects of new lines, gauge conversion and doubling in NER during the last 5 years are as under: In respect of Air connectivity, projects have been taken up for modernization and development of Airports at Guwahati, Imphal, Agartala, Dibrugarh, Dimapur, Tezu etc.
A Greenfield airport at Hollongi (Itanagar) has also been sanctioned at an estimated cost of Rs.645.63 crore. The Greenfield Airport at Pakyong has been constructed at a cost of Rs.553.50 crore and is now operational. In order to augment teleconnectivity, Bharat Net project is being implemented to connect all the 11,956 Gram Panchayats (5860 in phase-I and 6096 in phase-II) at a cost of Rs.644.55 crore in the North East, for providing broadband connectivity in the Gram Panchayats in a phased manner. Comprehensive Telecom Development Project (CTDP) for the region at an estimated cost of Rs.5336.18 crore is being implemented to install 6673 mobile towers for 8621 identified uncovered villages, 321 mobile towers for National Highways and strengthening of transmission network in the NER.
In the power sector, projects for augmenting transmission and distribution system have been taken up under Comprehensive Scheme for Strengthening of Transmission and Distribution System in Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim (CSST&DS) at an estimated cost of Rs.4754.42 crore and North Eastern Region Power System Improvement Project (NERPSIP) for the States of Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura and Assam at an estimated cost of Rs.5111.33 crore. In addition to above, Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region has also taken up projects for filling gaps in infrastructure through its schemes such as NLCPR-State, North East Road Sector Development Scheme (NERSDS), North East Special Infrastructure Development Scheme (NESIDS) and Schemes of North Eastern Council (NEC).
DIMAPUR, JUL 11 (NPN): Centre is mulling to provide full support to Nagaland in mithun development and conservation. This was conveyed by Union fisheries, animal husbandry & dairying minister Giriraj Singh to State’s animal husbandry & veterinary services and women resource development adviser R Khing when the latter called on him in New Delhi on Thursday. Khing was accompanied by commissioner & secretary Alan Gonmei and other senior State government officials. In the meeting, where Union fisheries, animal husbandry & dairying joint secretary OP Choudhury was also present, Singh said he was already in touch with Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR) for mithun development in Nagaland. Also, as there was a huge demand for pigs, he said he intended to make Nagaland, along with other North-eastern States, self-sufficient in pigs. He suggested that the State may replicate the Meghalaya model
Giriraj Singh with R. Khing and others. (PRO)
on creating pig value chain involving cooperative societies for production, management, slaughtering and marketing of pigs. The Union minister mentioned that incorporation of quality protein maize (QPM) and moringa in the State could reduce the cost of pig production by reducing concentrated / industrial feeds. He also suggested that the State should encourage silage making through usage of QPM, along with biomass through fodder development. He assured to take up the proposal submitted by the State. (Cont’d on p-7) K Y M C
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Nagaland observes ‘World Population Day’
Launching of WPD in progress in Kohima.
Rohit Singh and others in Mokokchung.
Members of DHS in Dimapur on WPD.
Members of women organisation and officials in Peren. Members of DHS in Wokha.
The programme in progress in Phek.
to be looked as an opportunity to celebrate the spirit of brotherhood and one must realize the responsibility one has towards one another,” she said. She stressed on the need to have the correct statistics of the population in order to have proper implementation of the various governmental programmes. She also called for maintaining the correct record. Stating that the state government was trying to bring out Registration of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN), she said “this will enable us to have correct datas of the local populace.” With wrong information, everything will go wrong, she said and challenged the people to do what is right. PDLSA panel lawyer Keneinuo Swuro and Thejalenuo Jane Solo, assistant public prosecutor District Court Phek spoke on “Gender equality” and “Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2016” respectively. Earlier, CSU president Lavoto Chizo shared greetings. The function as chaired by Vethothi Vero, project assistant PDLA while Shekhotso, panel lawyer PDLSA led interactive session. Mokokchung:
Fortnight (PSF) from July 11 to 24. A press release from DPMU Dimapur stated that, Dr Rebecca urged the health workers to encourage eligible couples on birth spacing and to motivate the men folk to participate in the family planning methods. Free permanent method of family planning services can be availed at District Hospital Dimapur and CHC Medziphema. Dr. K. Vikato Kinimi, chief medical officer Dimapur while launching the PSF in the district urged the medical officers and health workers to motivate the ASHAs to mobilize the beneficiaries to avail the free family planning services during the fortnight. The programme was chaired by Dr. Antoly Suu, deputy CMO Dimapur and the function was attended by Dr. Nyan Kikon, SNO (IDSP), various programme officers, medical officers from all the blocks, DPMU, DAPCU, IDSP, BPMU and staff under CMO Dimapur. Peren: In Peren, the programme was attended by the members of Puidi Ma and Jalukie Town Women Welfare Organizations and HCMC members. A press release from CMO office, district media officer, Pezanguno Celine Secii stated that, keynote address was delivered by Dr. M. Nukshisangla Jamir,
DIMAPUR/Kohima, Jul 11 (NPN): Along with the rest of the world, Nagaland on Thursday observed “World Population Day (WPD)” by organising/launching advocacy and awareness campaigns across the state under the theme “take responsibility towards family planning – prepare for the wellbeing of mother and child”. Following are the reports. Kohima: A launching programme of “World Population Day & Population Stabilization Fortnight” to be held from July 11 to 24, was held at the Conference Hall of Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Kohima along with District Health Society, Department of Health & Family Welfare, NHM. The programme was chaired by DTO, Dr. Asünü Sakhrie while technical session presentation on the fortnight was done by MO (UPHC) Potterlane, Dr. Toboli G Chishi. A release by CMO Kohima office stated that the fortnight would be called as “Family Health Mela”. It informed that advocacy and awareness campaigns would be carried out in all the blocks and villages under Kohima district which will include exhibition of family planning methods.
IEC activities of interpersonal communication – focus group discussion will be carried out in selected health units to observe population fortnight as basket of family planning services. In his closing remarks, CMO, Dr. Laso Lazar, stressed on the importance of observing world population stabilization fortnight by mobilizing and carrying out intensive awareness as to reach maximal target. He said all health provider should be accountable and prompt in carrying out the activities. PDLSA: Phek District Legal Services Authority (PDLSA) in association with Chakhesang Students’ Union (CSU) observed World Population Day at Christian Mission Higher Secondary School Phek on Thrusday. Speaking on the occasion, District & Session Judge and chairperson PDLSA, Mezivolii T. Therieh said the observance of World Population Day was aimed at focusing people’s attention towards population issues and how it affects overall growth and development plans and programmes. She said the greatest threat that growing population causes was quick depletion of natural resources and the threat that it poses to sustainability. “However, this day is
ATMA Zunheboto sales day
Launching programme of “World population Day and Population Stabilization Fortnight” was held at the IDSP Conference Hall, IMDH Mokokchung. A press release from D P M U, M o k o k c h u n g stated that the chief guest, assistant commissioner, Rohit Singh, said that the aim of celebrating “World Population Day” was to spread awareness about the issues of the global population and the importance of reproduction health. In a keynote address, deputy CMO, Dr Kibangkumba, stated that World Population Day was celebrated to create awareness to people so that they can understand the population issues. A brief re por t on world population day and stabilization fortnight was delivered by DPO (UIP & RCH), Dr Ayangla Saku and benediction by Chaplin IMDH, Nchumthung Humtsoe. Zunheboto: District Health Society, Zunheboto organised “Observance of World Population Day” at Conference Hall, District Hospital, Zunheboto. In his keynote address, CMO, Zunheboto, Dr. C. W Tungoe, highlighted about the significance of the day and emphasized that family planning was important for the health of a mother and her children, as well as the family’s eco-
DIMAPUR: ATMA Zunheboto organised one-day exhibition-cum-sales day on July 11 at town hall Zunheboto under the theme “Sustainability through agriculture diversification”. A press release from ATMA Zunheboto stated that, guest of honour DC Zunheboto, Peter Lichamo deliberated to the particiK Y M C
pant farmers on practicing the age old organic system of agriculture by citing an example of Sikkim which was declared organic state. District farmers award 2019 was awarded to four farmers Ghukhevi Akuhaito block, Xakiqhemuqo SHG Akuluto block, Khekato Satakha block and Irato from Satoi block.
A total of 40 farmers participated in the exhibition and HoDs from different line departments attended the exhibition. Project director and CVO Zunheboto, Meyatoshi Aier highlighted the theme of the exhibition in the programme chaired by Tokato Zhimomi deputy PD ATMA Zunheboto.
nomic situation. He also spoke about “Mobilization Fortnight” which was held from June 27 to July 10 and “population stabilization fortnight” which is held from July 11-24. The programme was chaired by DPM, Vitoli, deputy CMO, Dr. K. Akaho Sema, delivered short speech and SMO, District Hospital, Zunheboto, Dr. Aron Sema, delivered the vote of thanks. Mon: On the oc casion, SDO (C) Mon, Chumlamo Humtsoe who was the special guest urged the entire stake holders to disseminate the importance of family planning and take responsibility toward family planning. MO (Obs & Gyn), Dr. Aman Konyak spoke on the topic and shared on the negative impact and consequence of overpopulation like exploitation on natural resources, urbanization, industrialization, air & water pollution, deforestation, unemployment and crime. DPO (UIP & RCH), Mon, Dr. Shasinle Tep spoke on Family Planning Schemes & services. CMO Mon, Dr. Kechongol Sophie spoke on the significance of the day while vote of thanks was delivered by Vincent Belho, general manager, FPA India in the programme chaired by Akangkokla Namo. Wokha: In Wokha, the programme was held at
CMO conference hall, organized by District Health Society (DHS), Heath and Family Welfare. According to DIPR report, deputy CMO, Wokha Dr. Zuben Kikon delivered the key note address. During this fortnight free services will be available at district hospital and other health units. The function was chaired by DPO (RCH/UIP) Dr. KhelitoZhimomi, while vote of thanks was delivered by Mhonbeni. Kiphire: In Kiphire, the programme was held at conference hall, Kiphire with Chumbenthung Murry, EAC HQ as special guest. Chumbenthung in his speech said that, it was time for everyone to create awareness regarding population problem and resolve to contribute by having a small family. Keynote address was delivered by Dr. K. Pewezo Khalo DPO (RCH/UIP) and vote of thanks pronounced by Atsali district media officer (NHM) District Hospital Kiphire and presided by Limawati, district programme manager (NHM). Dimapur DHS: Dimapur district health society (DHS) observed the day at CMO office on July 11, where Dr Rebecca, DPO RCH-UIP, oriented the members on the activities to be carried out during the Population Stabilization
EAC Kiphire, Chumbenthung Murry and others.
DPO UIP/RCH, highlighting the objectives of the day to protect and empower youths, both males and females and to increase awareness on issues related to population control. ADC Jalukie, Tinu Jongshi stated that stakeholders participation and cooperation was important for disseminating information for such global observance programme and suggested for more community/stakeholders participants in the future. Earlier, the programme chaired by Pezanguno Celine Secii began with an invocation by Mongzeung Mpom, pastor Jalukie Town Local Baptist Church and vote of thanks by Dr. Phenriwangbou Newmai, MO. Phek: DC Phek, Sachin Jaiswal in his short s p e e c h a t P h e k t ow n stressed on the rising concern of population growth not only in metropolitan cities but in rural areas as well. Dr. Wetshelo senior paediatrician DH Phek speaking on the theme said “Family Planning goes beyond family size. It takes into account the health and family wellbeing of mother and child”. Dr. Vibeituonuo Mepfuo, chief medical officer phek (CMO) Phek gave the welcome speech in the programme attended by staff of CMO, doctors, nurses, NGOs, colony chairmen and pastors.
news in Brief ADCP (C)-cum-PRO Dimapur informs: Additional deputy commissioner Police (ADCP-C)-cum-PRO Dimapur has informed all hotels, lodges, inns, guest houses, resorts and other shelter used for accommodation of travellers to register as per the Sarais Act 1867. All concerned yet to register have been directed to apply for the same from CP office, Dimapur without further delay to avoid cancellation of trade license. AND&DGDU annual general meeting: All Nagaland Directorate & District Government Drivers’ Union (AND&DGDU) has convened its 25th annual general meeting on July 27 at 10:30 a.m. at NCSU Conference Hall Kohima. All members have been asked to attend the meeting. Clarification: Apropos the news item published on July 10 under the heading “Training on ICDP in Kohima, Kiphire,” the designation of VikosielieNagi should be read as sub RCS and not as published. The concerned department has regretted the error.
DC Zunheboto, Peter Lichamo along with award winners and officials on July 11.
SDO (C) Mon, Chumlamo Humtsoe speaking at WPD.
DIMAPUR: Nepali Basti Village Village Council (NBVC) has mourned the demise of Joseph Sumi, who served as chairman of NBVC for nine years. In a condolence message, NBVC said late Joseph contributed immensely in the field of sports especially in developing football port in the state. The council remembered late Joseph as a prominent public leader, social worker who was also actively involved in politics. NBVC has also conveyed condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
Students of Neingulie Memorial High School (NMHS), Dimapur, after conducting cleanliness drive-cum-field trip at Nagaland Zoological Park (NZP) on July 4. Around 40 students took part in the drive led by teachers of the school. (M. Rahman Tapadar, headmaster, NMHS)
Jalukie ‘B’ Baptist Church holds summer retreat
Participants and members of Jalukie ‘B’ Baptist Church, youth department at the summer retreat. DIMAPUR: Jalukie ‘B’ Baptist Church, Youth Department held its annual summer retreat programme from July 6-8 at Generation Countdown Youth Ministry
(GCYM) Sovima, Dimapur with secretary ZBCC Women Department, Heuyisile as the resource person. A press release from Jalukie ‘B’ Baptist Youth Depart-
ment stated the resource person delved widely on the influence and the negative impact of social media on the present generation. The programme also focussed on
true love wait basing on the theme “The Greatest Gift”. 109 campers were blessed through the inspiring lesson and fun filled activities during the three-day event. K Y M C
nagalandpost.com Poll Q.: Is it due to Cong & JDS failures or BJP poaching that the HDK govt is falling? 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%
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WEATHER FORECAST July 12
(Temperature in ºC)
Agartala Showers and a heavier t-storm 30 25 Aizawl
Guwahati A morning t-storm; cloudy Imphal
Cloudy, a shower or t-storm
23 20 28 25 26 22
Itanagar A shower and a t-storm around 25 22 Shillong
Showers and thunderstorm
Cloudy, a shower or t-storm
Dimapur A heavy afternoon t-storm Mkg
Cooler, an afternoon t-storm
26 23 22 20
Tuensang A shower and a t-storm around 17 15 Wokha
Heavy t-storms in the morning 22 21
Zunheboto A shower and a t-storm around 19 18
Nagaland governor P B Acharya with the NU faculty. (PRO to Governor)
DIMAPUR: Nagaland Governor, P.B. Acharya, who is also the Chief Rector of Nagaland University, stated that Nagaland can only be strengthened by the people of the state, and for which he called on the Universities to play a pro active role in bringing greater heights to Nagaland. According to Governor’s PRO, Acharya said this while addressing a gratitude programme held at Nagaland University, Kohima Campus, Meriema on Thursday. The governor also ap-
preciated the dedication and passion of the teaching staff of NU and encouraged them to continue their duty towards building the nation. He also reminded them to review their approach towards imparting knowledge to the students. He reiterated the importance of skill courses and said that students when they come out of the university should be able to stand on their own and called for dialogue between trade, industry and educational institutions. Reminding the stu-
Social audit report on MGNREGA
Project Director, DRDA Dimapur, H. Atokhe Aye with others during the social audit held in Dimapur on Thursday.
DIMAPUR: Better implementation of MGNREGA programme was taken up at the district level social audit public hearing on MGNREGA for Dimapur district held at Lotha Hoho Ki on Thursday. The social audit was held for villages under Dhansiripar and Medziphema block where presentations were made by district resource persons and the Gram Sabha resolutions were read out by respective village sectional
secretaries. State resource person, Social Audit Unit, Nagaland, Vipo Keyho presented a brief introduction to public hearing emphasizing on general issues found by the audit team. This was followed by presentation and discussion during which various issues pertaining to implementation of the scheme was deliberated. EAC Dimapur, Avonuo Kire represented the district administra-
AR organises weapons display for NCC cadets
Assam Rifles displaying weapons to NCC cadets.
DIMAPUR: Dimapur Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ IGAR (North) in collaboration with NCC Group organised a weapon display on July 10 at Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School, Dimapur as part of the ongoing annual training camp. A press release by Assam Rifles stated that the aim of the weapon display K Y M C
was to provide awareness to the cadets about the various weapons and equipment held by an Assam Rifles Battalion. An interaction session was also held wherein cadets were motivated to join the defence forces and also to make optimum use of the exposure being provided to them. 400 cadets comprising both girls and boys attended the event.
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tion as an independent observer for the public hearing. Addressing the gathering, she emphasized on the need for accountability within the villages and also stressed on the need to provide trainings under MGNREGA at the village level. Various minor issues were resolved at the Gram Sabha meetings as read out by the sectional secretaries. Project Director, DRDA Dimapur, H. Atokhe Aye chaired the programme.
NFHS-5 launched across Nagaland
DIMAPUR: National Family Health Survey fifth round (NFHS-5) under ministry of Health & Family Welfare, government of India has been launched in Nagaland. A press release by NFHS5, Nagaland, project state coordinator, Alice Kamei, stated that the survey has been initiated by the Union Ministry with the specific goals of providing essential data on health and family welfare needed by the central and state governments and other stakeholders, for policy formulation and also acquiring information on important emerging health and family welfare issues. The release informed that the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai, a deemed university and an autonomous organization of ministry of health &family welfare is the nodal agency for conducting the survey on behalf of the Ministry. IIPS has engaged field agencies to conduct field work of the survey which will cover 11 districts of the state.
dents that government sector was stagnant, he encouraged the students to take up courses where they can stand on their own and become entrepreneurs. Vice chancellor NU, Prof Pradeshi Lal, in his address, thanked Acharya for his constant encouragement and effort for the progress of the university. Short speeches were also delivered by Pro Vice Chancellor, Kohima Campus and Prof Rosemary Dzuvichu. Vote of thanks was proposed by Registrar, NU.
NCC Zunheboto conducts mass cleanliness drive DIMAPUR: The 25th NL (I) Coy NCC boys Zunheboto unit conducted a mass cleanliness drive at Akuluto town on the theme “Say no to Plastic” under the leadership of ANO Angukato Achumy and ANO Samuel Zhimo. A press release from senior commander Woodland NCC, Bombo K Yeptho stated that the cleanliness drive was conducted in order to create awareness on the harmful effects of plastic and to keep the environment clean. Later, the associate NCC officer Samuel Zhimo encouraged the people to minimum use of plastic by promoting non plastic things. He also explained about the harmful impacts of plastics on the environment. Altogether, 58 cadets along with two ANOs and two senior cadets took part in the cleanliness drive.
KU unit asks govt to retain Mopong EAC DIMAPUR: Konyak Union (KU) Mopong branch has asked the state government to immediately retain Mopong EAC circle under Tobu ADC Hq. with all status quo. In a statement, KU Mopong branch president, A. Yangkon Konyak said that ten recognized villages under Mopong circle were functioning under Tobu administration. But, in 2014, Mopong EAC circle was transferred from Tobu ADC administration centre to Angjangyang SDO (C) without the knowledge and consultation from the concerned village council and the public. This was opposed by the public and after which the government directed EAC Mopong to verify the case and subsequently, the report of the Mopong Hongkong public to remain under administration of Tobu was submitted. However, no further action has been initiated. Therefore, on March 12, 2019, at a joint meeting held at Mopong Hq along with representatives from all the ten village councils and Mopong Hq, Mopong Hongkong Students’ Union, KNSK Mopong, GBs and KU Mopong branch where a resolution was passed to remain under the administration of Tobu.
Clean village award in Pughoboto
(L) SDO (C) Tiayanger Jamir addressing the SDPDB meeting on July 11. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR: Members of Pughoboto Sub-Division Planning and Development Board (SDPDB) at the meeting held on July 11, have set up committees for best performing VCC Award, Clean Village Award for 2019, with EAC as convener and others officers. According to DIPR, the award will be given during Thuwuni festival. The decision to set up the committees was taken at the meeting held under the chairmanship of SDO (C), Tiayanger Jamir at the DB court hall. At the meeting, Tiayanger stressed on the ban on single use plastic and therefore asked the officers to sensitise their staff, neighbourhood, shops, school institutions, religious institutions and others. The house also distributed the works for the forthcoming Independence Day celebration. Director Botoshe gave a presentation on how Rural
Natural Connect Society has been taken up to promote organic farming in the division. The house also decided to write to the government to seek for registration of Rural Natural Connect Society. SDO, Soil, Pughoboto Ruokutosietuo in his powerpoint presentation highlighted other activities and benefits from soil survey and land use planning, nursery development (state plan), watershed management for sustainable agriculture production and improved livelihood and establishment of state soil Testing Laboratory Building and Equipment (NEC) and National Adaptation Fund on Climate change (NAPCC) Nodal -Agri department. EAC Nuhuta Tuniyi informed the officers to be ready to assist the registration of indigenous inhabitants of Nagaland which will also be implemented in the sub-division. Meanwhile, Noklak
SDPDB meeting for the month of July was held on July 10 at Integrated Ayush Hospital Noklak under the chairmanship of SDO (Civil) C. Phuniang in the presence of advisor Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, Economics, Statistics and Evaluation, L. Khumo. According to DIPR, the meeting discussed on issues related to Noklak area development. Advisor exhorted the members to truthfully implement the various works and be regular in station while also expecting their active participation in the various activities including the SDPDB meeting. LADP proposal for 2019 -20 in respect of 56th AC Thonoknyu and 57th AC Noklak were approved. The departmental activities were presented by Agriculture and Soil departments. Work distribution for the forthcoming Independence Day celebration was also allocated.
DBHSS hosts inter-school peace seminar
Students and members of Peace Channel at the peace and summer camp.
DIMAPUR: Three-day inter school peace seminar and summer camp for peace club members of Dimapur district commenced on July 10 under the theme, “passion for excellence” at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School (DBHSS). A press release by Peace Channel stated that on day one, Fr Dr C. P. Anto, exhorted the youth
to be the messengers of peace and make Nagaland a model state for peace in India by 2030. He also encouraged and motivated the participants to build peace and be a change makers in the family, schools and communities as they go back home. Maj. Mohit Singh from Assam Rifles, who
Sanitation programme for women
was the special guest, spoke on the importance of peace and the role of children and youth in building peace. Elizabeth Lotha, who gave the motivational talk, spoke on the importance of children and youth to be the role models in the family and educational institutions. The release stated that the main objective of the
seminar was to capacitate and empower the club members to learn nonviolent communication, share their experiences in peace building as leaders and promote peace where ever they are. More than 200 students re presenting 13 schools form Dimapur District are participating in the three-day event.
DTHWF meeting DImapur: Dimapur Town Hostel Welfare For um (DTHWF) has convened its 3rd general meeting on July 13 at 10 a.m. at the Conference Hall of Tourist Lodge, Dimapur. All the members of Dimapur Town Hostel Welfare Forum have been requested to attend the meeting.
Officials and Anganwadi workers at the programme held on July 11. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR: Health and sanitation programme for women in Phek district under Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) campaign, organized by district administration in collaboration with district level centre for women– Mahila Shakti Kendra, Phek was held at DC’s conference hall on July 11.
According to DIPR report, DC, Sachin Jaiswal, said that such type of programme was essential for everyone and schemes provided by the government should be availed. He also called upon the members to spread awareness for the betterment of the people. Speech on the
theme “Women’s Health” was delivered by Dr. Panger Longkumer, gynaecologist, District Hospital Phek. Child development project officer (CDPO) also spoke on Anganwadi. SDO (C), T. Lemlila Sangtam, chaired the function attended by around 200 Anganwadi workers. K Y M C
NE states to protest CAB if re-tabled, says Khandu
ITANAGAR, Jul 11(AGENCIES): If the Centre brings the Citizenship Amendment Bill once again, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu Tuesday said he, along with his counterparts in the northeastern states, will protest jointly. According to reports, Khandu, who heads a BJP government, informed the assembly that earlier also he had urged the Centre to exempt the tribal state from the purview of the Bill. The contentious Bill provided for according Indian citizenship to Hindus, Jains, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists and Parsis from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan after seven years of residence in India instead of 12 years, which is the norm currently, even if they do not possess any document. Replying to a question by Congress MLA Ninong Ering on the steps taken to protect the interest of the indigenous people if the Bill is imposed, Khandu said the state would appeal to the Centre not to impose the bill as it would have a strong ramification. “The Lok Sabha passed the bill on January 8 but it
Pema Khandu was not tabled in the Rajya Sabha. I along with the Manipur chief minister had gone to Delhi and apprised the then home minister Rajnath Singh of the probable impact of the bill. (We told him that) it might dilute the rights of the indigenous people of the North East,” Khandu said. A citizenship bill would be brought to give Indian citizenship to Hindus coming from neighbouring nations, Union Home Minister Amit Shah informed the Rajya Sabha on July 1. “If the Centre wants to bring the Bill again, we will oppose it jointly by taking into confidence all the chief ministers of the region,” he said. A largescale protest had broken out in the Northeastern states earlier this year as the indigenous
people of the region were apprehending that if the bill was enacted, it would endanger their identity and livelihood. Khandu said the state government had made its stand clear to the Centre on the citizenship bill citing the violence in the state capital during February over the Permanent Residence Certificate (PRC) issue. The state government had proposed grant of PRC to six communities that are not natives of Arunachal Pradesh but are living there for decades. It led to violent protests and two persons were killed in Itanagar in February and Khandu had declared: “Never again will we take up the issue of PRC. The issue is closed.”Responding to another question of NPP member Mutchu Mithi, Khandu made it clear that there would be no dilution in the inner line permit system in the state. “Arunachal is protected by the Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation Act of 1873 and Chin Hill Regulations Act, 1896. These are enough to protect the rights of the tribal people,” the chief minister said.
Nagaland Post, Dimapur FRIDAY, JULY 12, 2019
Mysterious slaughter of livestock re-visits Manipur Correspondent
IMPHAL, Jul 11: Months after incidents of unknown predators killing livestock were reported in Manipur Ukhrul district, over 30 chickens were found slaughter on the night of July 4 at Ringkui village of the district. Around 10 more chickens were also found dead on the intervening night of July 7 and 8 at the same village. Local reports alleged incidents of similar mass killing of livestock at different parts of the district. They said that internal organs of the slaughtered chickens were found missing. The first of the mysterious killings of livestock was reported from Churachandpur in the last week of October last year. Dead ducks and chicken were found slashed and without their entrails at three places in a village 75 km from the capital Imphal, did not raise any suspicion until it happened on three consecutive nights. Later, it escalated to other villages of the district where goats, cattle and even dogs were killed, apart from fowl. A similar incident of mass slaughter of livestock was then reported in the valley districts at a locality in Imphal East district
where over 40 ducks were found slaughtered in a farm at Kitana Panung under Irilbung police station of the district. Panic set in after similar cases of livestock deaths were reported from other valley districts and in some villages in Senapati and Kangpokpi districts. The first human, a woman in Imphal East district’s Khurai Heikrumakhong area, was attacked on December 1, 2018 by what she claimed was a flying creature. It spawned theories of attacks by aliens, mutants and vampire-like creatures. A couple of civets - a cat-like small, nocturnal carnivore - paid the price of social media-driven rumours, forcing state forest department to swing into action. To ease the panic and with the objective of identifying the predator(s) if any, state forest department called out experts from Dehradun’s Wildlife Institute of India (WII) who identified stray and domesticated dogs as the culprits. But the mystery of the nocturnal attacks was far from solved after the recent similar incident of slaughter of domestic animals reported from interior village in Senapati district bordering Nagaland.
Railways plan to execute 491 projects in NE AG A RTA L A , J UL 1 1 (AGENCIES): Railway Ministry will execute 491 projects in seven northeastern states at a cost of ` 6.48 lakh crore, Lok Sabha member from Tripura Pratima Bhowmik said on Thursday quoting Railway Minister Piyush Goyal. Bhowmik in a statement from New Delhi said that Goyal in his reply to her question in Parliament on Wednesday said that 189 new railway lines, 55 gauge conversion and 247 doubling projects are in different stages of planning, approval, execution in the states. The total length of these projects is 48,861 km. The total expenditure on the projects upto March this year is `1.43 lakh crore and length commissioned is 9,113 km, Bhowmik quoted Goyal as saying. Goyal said that by 2021-22 fiscal, all the railway lines in the seven North Eastern states -- Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Tripura - would be electrified. The Minister said that the timely completion of any railway project depends on various factors like quick land acquisition by state government, forest clearance, shifting of infringing utilities (both underground and over ground) and statutory clearances from various authorities, among others.
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Woman RPF/PLA bomb expert held in Manipur
IMPHAL, Jul 11: A bomb expert of the Revolutionary People’s Front/People Liberation Army (RPF/ PLA) wanted in various IED blast cases has been arrested by security forces in Manipur, official source said on Thursday. Fifty-two-year-old Mayanglambam Premila Devi wife of late M Naobi Singh of Kachi Khul village in Imphal West district was arrested by a combined team of state police commandos and 5 JK Rifles from her residence around 4 pm on Wednesday, the police source said. While alleging that she was a well-trained bomb expert of the rebel group, the source said she joined the outfit in 2012 and availed training on bomb assembling and handling at a training centre of the outfit in Myanmar. After completing the training, she
has been actively engaging in transportation of bombs and planting of IEDs to attack security forces at various places in the state. Many a case related with IED plantings and blasts allegedly involving her were pending with various police stations across the state, the source alleged. The source further accused her as main accused in planting and triggering of an IED at Awang Khunou in Imphal West district in November 2016. In the blast, three security personnel including a JCO of 18 Sikh Regiment had suffered critical injuries and a sniffer dog was killed, the source said. The woman who is a hard-core cadre of the RPF/PLA has been handed over to Patsoi police station of Imphal West district for further necessary action along with some incriminating articles recovered from her possession, the source added.
Assam floods: Sonowal reviews situation, 2.5 lakh affected Mizoram to prevent JE entry from Assam effectively. Sonowal directed the deputy commissioners to activate 24x7 control room to ensure that people in distress get adequate care and immediate response when faced with an emergency situation during floods, the officials said. The current wave of flood has claimed three lives so far while more than 2.5 lakh population have been affected in the districts of Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Biswanath, Darrang, Barpeta, Nalbari, Chirang, Golaghat, Majuli, Jorhat and Dibrugarh. Embankments,
West Tripura police seize Yaba tablets AGARTALA, JUL 11 (AGENCIES): Acting on a tip-off, a team of West Tripura police seized a huge consignment of Yaba tablets from the Madhab Bari Inter-State Truck Terminus at Madhab Bari in West Tripura district early in the morning on Thursday, reports Northeast Now news. Three persons were also arrested for possessing the banned narcotic tablets. ‘Ya ba’ is literally known as ‘mad drug’ was formerly known ‘Ya ma’, literally known as ‘horse drug’. The banned narcotic Yaba tablets contain a mixture of methamphetamine and caffeine. According to information, 40,000 numbers of Yaba tablets and an amount of Rs 24,000 in cash were recovered by the Ranirbazar police on the basis of inputs received from reliable sources. “The operation was carried out in Madhab Bari Inter-State Truck Terminus at around 4:30 am,” said sources. The three arrested persons have been identified as 28-year-old Manir Hussain, 30-year-old Alek Hussain and 25-year-old Pritam Bhowmik. They were arrested along with the Yaba tablets. “They were carrying the consignment of Yaba tablets in a private vehicle bearing registration No. TR 01 AZ 0657 from the spot,” said sources. The approximate value of the recovered banned narcotic tablets is around Rs 40 lakh. K Y M C
roads, bridges, culverts and other infrastructure have been also damaged at various places in Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Hojai, Barpeta, Golaghat, Majuli and Jorhat districts. Several rivers, including the Brahmaputra, the Dikhow, the Dhansiri, the Jia Bharali, the Puthimari and the Beki, are flowing above the danger level at various districts. The chief minister reviewed the status of relief camps, distribution of relief material to marooned people and measures adopted
for safety and security of animals in the flood affected districts, an official spokesperson said. Sonowal further directed that adequate medical services be provided to flood affected people and asked the deputy commissioners to contact immediately the Director of Health Services, if there is any shortage of doctors in their respective districts. The chief minister also directed the Health department personnel to collect blood sample of relief camp inmates to contain Japanese
Encephalitis and Malaria diseases which has seen a spurt during the last month. He also instructed them to take steps for adequate care for animals affected by flood and arrange fodder for them.
Aizawl, Jul 11 (PTI): The Mizoram government is planning mass awareness drives and screening of visitors from Assam to prevent an outbreak of Japanese Encephalitis (JE) in the state, a senior health department official said Thursday. The steps are being taken after the
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Ni kipelau Sumi Zunheboto Phughi Kiphimmi Küqhakulu no Lahpiye Küpüghu (Orientation Programme) kuhoniye akeulo,pulokinimi eno ESSU( Eastern Sumi Students' Union) qholo xüküami kümtsü kussü ani. Tighenguno kümtsü no alokümsü kije lono angüagha shi ighino ameküa küpüghülo ow kükümgha kiphimi qo shou betsü penike agighihu shi oqhüniju okussü ani. Atsalah: 13/07/2019 Ado: 10:30 am A-a : Project Colony Sector Fellowship Zunheboto Alakhü mpeu Akiyetou Hito Tobo Achumi Holoka T Sumi
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Shri/Smti Toshili Kinimi of Lumithsami Village under Zunheboto District has applied for the issue of Succession Certificate/ Guardianship Certificate declaring that Her husband Late Pihoto has expired on 20 May 2019. 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 the issue of the same. DP-5400
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NOTICE CALLING OBJECTION FOR ISSUE OF SUCCESSION CERTIFICATE
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Regd. No. 2255 Dt. 3-11-2010 I, Shri PFOKRELO MAO resident KALENAMAE Village District, SENAPATI, P.O./P.S. Mao Gate Manipur State do hereby solemnly affirmed and declared as under: 1. That after my father died, I was adopted by Shri TAKUM CHANG of SNAGTAK Village District TUENSANG and entered in my service book as IMLONG CHANG. 2. That I, IMLONG CHANG will change my original clan as PFOKRELO MAO in my service book on all official documents, purposes. 3. That IMLONG CHANG and PFOKRELO MAO is the same as one person. Henceforth from now onward my clan shall be known / called PFOKRELO MAO, S/o ADEHRU MAO. That the above para 1 to 3 made me are true to the best of my knowledge and nothing to be change or deleted. DEPONENT (PFOKRELO MAO) K-1903
Dated Peren the July 2019. NO. PRN/JUDL-PT-1/2015/ Shri/Smti SAMLAMGONGLE of PEREN TOWN DUIRING COLONY has applied for issue of Succession Certificate in his/her name to draw GIS/GPF/Leave encashment/Pension/Saving AC etc of her SON Late PERANGSAPLUNG HEGA (LANGUAGE TRANSLATOR UNDER IPR DEPT.) Nagaland, Kohima, who expired on 16th June 2019. Public are hereby invited to file claims/objections within 30 (thirty) days w.e.f date of publication in local papers. If no objection is received from the public within the stipulated time, the Succession Certificate shall be issued in his/ her name. No petition will be entertained after the expiry of the given period.
Empanelment of Advocates in the Employees' State Insurance Corporation, Regional Office, North Eastern Region
Applications are invited for empanelment of legal counsels/advocates to represent the Employees' State Insurance Corporation, Regional Office, N.E. Region and its officers/officials before various courts/ tribunals/forums in North Eastern Region (Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Nagaland) in the cases assigned to him/her. Practicing advocates are eligible for empanelment. The qualification, experience and other terms and conditions have been prescribed by the Employees' State Insurance Corporation, Regional Office, N.E. Region which will be available on ESIC website www.esic.nic.in w.e.f 09.07.19. Eligible applicants may send their applications in the enclosed proforma (availble on website) alongwith Curriculum Vitae and relevant supporting documents to "The Regional Director (Legal), Employees' State Insurance Corporation, Regional Office, Panchdeep Bhawan, Bamunimaidam, Guwahati 781021, Assam" Last date of submission of application is 31.07.19 REGIONAL DIRECTOR davp 23123/11/0004/1920
Information to general public that the present abandoned old Agriculture office Wokha, and its area and the C.M.O. office Wokha was in dispute regarding the Title and ownership between Shri. Akhyow Kithan and party and Shri. Yantso Murry and party. The case being filed by Shri. Yantso Murry as Civil Suit No 01/2009 was withdrawn by himself on 23/04/2019. Thus, Shri. Yantso Murry and his party has no right to claim anything from the said land. Therefore, the general public, individuals and the government/departments are advised to take note of this information and avoid dealing with this self styled landowner Shri. Yantso Murry and his party.
Dated 28.05.2019 NOTICE Sub: Re-Inviting Expression of Interest (EOI) for hiring of premises for ESIC Branch Office, ESIS Dispensary & Dispensary Cum Branch Office (DCBO) Accommodation in the State of Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Mizoram , Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh. The Tender will be accepted online/ offline mode, i.e. bidders can apply online/ offline or in both mode. The Regional Director, ESIC Regional Office, Bamunimaidam, Guwahati invites Re-Tender both online/offline as per the details given below:
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Hiring of premises for Branch Office & Dispensary Cum Branch Office (DCBO) Accommodation in the State of Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Mizoram and Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh. Period for submission of Tender form 22/07/2019 upto 11.00 AM Date & Time of opening of Tender 23/07/2019 at 11.30 AM Locations of Branch Office / DCBO’s As per details given at page no. 2 If the date of opening of tenders is declared a public holiday, the tenders shall be opened on the next working day at the same venue and time. The tender document can be obtained by downloading it in PDF Format from ESIC Website www. esic.nic.in & www.eprocure.gov.in All tenderers are requested to check further notification / updates if any on ESIC Website: www. esic.nic.in davp 23123/11/0002/1920 Regional Director, ESIC Regional Office
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NOTICE CALLING OBJECTION FOR ISSUE OF SUCCESSION CERTIFICATE Shri/Smti Itoli of Shena Old Village under Zunheboto District has applied for the issue of Succession Certificate/Guardianship Certificate declaring that Her husband Late K. Khetovi Sema has expired on 21/02/2019. 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 the issue of the same. DP-5398
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disease killed 64 people and infected over 200 in neighbouring Assam, with which Mizoram shares a 123 km-long porous border. The senior health official said that though no case of JE infection has been reported in Mizoram, the efforts are being taken to prevent a possible entry from Assam.
Guwahati, Jul 11 (PTI): Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal Thursday reviewed the prevailing flood situation which has claimed three lives and affected 2.5 lakh people in 11 districts of the state, officials said. The chief minister interacted through video conferencing with deputy commissioners and senior officials of different government departments of the affected districts and directed them to remain fully alert and be prepared to tackle the situation promptly and
NOTIFICATION Sealed tender for hiring of a 4 x 4 Double Decker/ Seater Preferably 2 years old Mahindra Pick-up Vehicle, Furniture, M & R, Material, Electrical Items, Lab Eqpt are invited by the undersigned upto 1200 Hrs. of 15-07-2019, tender should be under strong sealed cover marked as tender for …… on payment of Rs. 500/- in the form of Demand Draft in favour of Principal, JNV Mon payable at SBI Mon and dropped in the “TENDER BOX” placed at the Chamber of the undersigned. The tender will be opened in the office of the undersigned at 10 AM of 16-07-2019. DC-1075
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Sd/PRINCIPAL JNV-Wakching, Mon
Dated : 30/05/2019
I, Shri P. Loching, S/o Penjei permanent resident of Chenmoho Village Dist. Mon in the state of Nagaland, do hereby solemnly affirm and declare on oath as follows :1. That I am bonafide citizen of the above mentioned address. 2. That in my Adhoc Appointment order/Regularization order/GPF/Service Book/JTTI and Secondary Examination my name has been erroneously/ mistakenly entered/recorded as Shri. P. Longching/Shri P. Locging Konyak/ P. Loching Konyak/ P. Loching Konyak/ Loching and Loching Konyak respectively instead of P. Loching. 3. That hence forth I would like to declare that the name Shri. P. Longching/ Shri P. Locging Konyak/ P. Loching Konyak/ P. Loching Konyak/ Loching/ Loching Konyak and P. Loching are same person. 4. That the purpose of this affidavit is sworn to aver the above statements. I, hereby verify that the statements made in para 1-4 are true and correct to the best of knowledge and belief and nothing material is concealed therein. DEPONENT Solemnly declare and affirmed before me by the deponent on this day th the 30 May Mon. Magistrate Mon : Nagaland DP-5395
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Why should I resign?, asks HDK
B E N G A LU RU / K an nur, JUL 11 (PTI): Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy Thursday rejected demands for his resignation in the wake of 16 Congress-JD(S) MLAs quitting, which has pushed his 13-month old coalition government to the brink of collapse. His response comes a day after the Karnataka unit of the BJP, led by its chief B S Yeddyurappa, staged a protest at the Vidhan Soudha, demanding the resignation of Kumaraswamy, who they claimed had lost majority in the House. “Why should I resign? What is the necessity for me to resign now?,” Kumaraswamy shot back to reporters here, amidst the speculation that he could put in his papers in the wake of the crisis. He recalled that in 2009-10, 18 MLAs, including some ministers, had “opposed” the then chief minister BS Yeddyurappa of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) but he had not resigned. The chief minister held discussions with senior Congress leaders on Thursday, after the coalition government headed by him
Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy arrives at Vidhana Soudha, in Bengaluru, Thursday. (PTI)
suffered a fresh jolt with two more Congress legislators resigning on Wednesday, talking the tally of MLAs who have put in their papers to 16. The Congress-Janata Dal (Secular) coalition faces the threat of losing its majority in the Assembly if the resignations are accepted as its current tally is 116 in the 224 member House. Congress MLAs MTB Nagaraj and K Sudhakar submitted their resignations to Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar at his chamber in Vidhana Soudha, the state secretariat, on
Wednesday. Yeddyurappa and other BJP leaders had petitioned the governor in connection with the political developments in the state. Of the 16 MLAs who have resigned, 13 are from the Congress and three from the JD(S). The coalition’s strength in the House is 116 (Congress 78, JD(S) 37 and BSP one), besides the speaker. With the support of the two independents, who resigned from the ministry on Monday, the opposition BJP has 107 MLAs in the 224-member House, where
UN report on J&K biased, legitimizes terrorism: India
the halfway mark is 113. If the resignations of the 16 MLAs are accepted, NEW DELHI, JUL 11 the ruling coalition’s tally (IANS): India on Thursday reiterated its strong criticism will be reduced to 100. a UN human rights report CPI-M slams BJP for of on J&K, saying that it acKarna political crisis corded “legitimacy to terCPI (M) general sec- rorisma by ignoring the issue retary Sitaram Yechury of cross-border terrorism Thursday lashed out at emanating from Pakistan the BJP and alleged that and also by trying to create the “horse-trading” taking an artificial parity” between place in Karnataka was New Delhi and Islamabad. Ministry of External part of the saffron party’s agenda to make India “Op- Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar termed the position free”. Yechury, who was in Update of the Report by the Kerala for unveiling a mar- Office of the High Commistyr’s column near here, sion for Human Rights (OHclaimed the Bharatiya Ja- CHR) issued on Monday nata Party would go to any as “a false and motivated narrative on the situation extent to grab power. “The current horse- in Jammu and Kashmir trading happening in Kar- and in violation of India’s nataka is part of BJP’s sovereignty and territorial agenda to make India Op- integrity”. He said the repor t position free. The BJP will go to any extent to grab “ignores” the whole issue power,” Yechury told re- of cross-border terrorism. “There was no mention of porters. He also attacked the cross border terrorism”. “We also feel that the Congress leadership and said the party failed to report and the Update seem handle the crisis in Karna- to be an effort to create an artificial parity between the taka and Goa. “While BJP is trying world’s largest and most to grab power in various vibrant democracy (India) states, the Congress party and a country that openly is becoming inconsequen- practises state-sponsored terrorism,” he added. tial.
Ayodhya dispute: SC seeks fresh status report on mediation proceedings NEW DELHI, JUL 11 (PTI): The Supreme Court on Thursday sought a fresh status report on the ongoing mediation proceedings in the Ram JanmabhoomiBabri Masjid Ayodhya land dispute case within a week and made it clear that if the vexatious issue was not resolved amicably, it would hear the matter on a day-today basis from July 25. A five-judge constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi, requested former apex court judge Justice (Retd) F M I Kalifulla, chairperson of the three-member mediation panel, to submit the report by July 18. The bench said after perusing the report, if it came to a conclusion that an amicable solution through mediation was not possible, then the apex court would commence day-to-day hearing in the matter from July 25. “We deem it proper to request Justice (Retd) F M I Kalifulla to inform us about the progress of mediation till date and the stage at which the said process is presently at,” the bench, also comprising justices S A
Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S A Nazeer, said. “This report will be submitted by Justice Kalifulla latest by Thursday next, on which date further orders will be passed,” the bench said. The apex court passed the order while hearing an application filed by the legal heirs of one of the original litigants, Gopal Singh Visharad, seeking a judicial decision on the dispute and annulment of the ongoing mediation process, alleging that nothing much was happening there. During the arguments, senior advocate Ranjit Kumar, appearing for deity Ram Lalla Virajman, supported the application and said they had opposed the reference of the matter to a mediation panel earlier as well. Senior Advocate Rajeev Dhavan, appearing for a Muslim party, opposed the plea for annulment of the mediation process, saying it should be allowed to continue as the fresh plea was a ploy to intimidate them. However, the bench told Dhavan that since the apex court had constituted
the mediation panel, it was entitled to get the latest status report from the committee. Appearing for the applicant, senior advocate K S Parasaran said at the outset, it was probably very difficult to settle a dispute of this nature through mediation. Giving details of the number of sittings conducted by the mediation panel, he said it would be better if the apex court decided the dispute judicially. Countering his submissions, Dhavan said, “I do not think it is fair at this point of time to criticise the methodology of the committee.” At this juncture, the CJI said, “We will call for a report from the mediation panel.” To this, Dhavan said stopping the mediation mid-way would be akin to a recall of the May 10 order by which the apex court had extended the time till August 15 for the committee to conclude the process. “It is simply not fair. They (applicant) do not ask for a recall of the order of May 10. They are simply saying that scrap the mediation committee,” he said, adding, “Serious mediation is taking place there.”
RTI activist’s murder: Ex-BJP CBI raids at residence of Indira Jaising, offices of Lawyers Collective Being targeted due to MP, 6 others sentenced to life our work on human rights
AHMEDABAD, JUL 11 (PTI): A special CBI court Thursday sentenced former BJP MP Dinu Bogha Solanki and six others to life imprisonment for killing RTI activist Amit Jethwa in 2010 after he tried to expose illegal mining activities in the Gir forest region. Special CBI Judge K M Dave also imposed a fine of Rs 15 lakh each on Solanki and his nephew, also an accused in the case. While pronouncing the verdict on Thursday, the court held Solanki, who was the Junagadh MP from 2009 to 2014, and his nephew, Shiva Solanki, guilty of murder and conspiracy. The others who were convicted in the case are Shailesh Pandya, Bahadursinh Vadher, Panchan G Desai, Sanjay Chauhan and Udaji Thakore. The court convicted all the seven accused for murder last Saturday. Jethwa, a lawyer, was shot dead for exposing through RTI applications
Dinu Bogha Solanki (File)
the illegal mining in and around the Gir Wildlife Sanctuary in which Solanki was allegedly involved. In 2010, Jethwa filed a public interest litigation (PIL) against the illegal mining in and around the Gir sanctuary, the only abode of Asiatic lions. Solanki and his nephew were made respondents to the PIL, and Jethwa produced several documents showing their involvement in the illegal mining. While the PIL was being heard, Jethwa was shot dead outside the Gujarat High Court here
on July 20, 2010. Initially, Ahmedabad police’s crime branch probed the case and gave a clean chit to Dinu Solanki. Dissatisfied with the investigation, the high court handed over the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in 2013. The CBI filed a charge sheet against Solanki and six others in November 2013. Charges of murder and criminal conspiracy were framed against them in May 2016. The court examined 196 witnesses during the first trial and as many as 105 of them turned hostile after being threatened by the accused. The slain RTI activist’s father, Bhikhabhai Jethwa, then moved the high court seeking a retrial. The high court ordered a fresh trial in 2017. “Our judiciary takes time but it has finally delivered justice to our family... even a criminal like Solanki is brought to justice,” Bhikhabhai Jethwa said after the court’s verdict.
NEW DELHI, JUL 11 (PTI): The CBI is carrying out searches at the residence of noted lawyer Indira Jaising and offices of Lawyers Collective, an NGO run by her husband Anand Grover, officials said Thursday. The searches are taking place at the Nizamuddin residence and office of Jaising, office of the NGO in Jangpura and an office in Mumbai from 5 in the morning, they said. Grover was booked by the agency for alleged FCRA violations in receiving foreign aid. When contacted, Grover asked not to be disturbed as he was in the “midst” of it (searches). Lawyers Collective had issued a strong denial of all the charges levelled by the CBI. The agency had filed an FIR against Grover and the NGO on the basis of a complaint from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), which has alleged several discrepancies in the utilisation of foreign aid received by the group. Former Additional So-
Indira Jaising (File)
licitor General Jaising is not named as an accused in the FIR but her alleged role figures in the complaint of the ministry. CBI has booked Grover, the president of Lawyers Collective, and unidentified office-bearers of the organisation, besides unidentified officials. According to the complaint of the ministry, which is now a part of the FIR, the group had received foreign aid worth over Rs 32.39 crore between 2006-07 and 2014-15, wherein irregularities were committed that amounted to violation of the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA).
J&K terror strike: 3 overground workers of JeM arrested SRINAGAR, JUL 11 (PT): Three overground workers of banned Jaish-e-Mohammed group were arrested by police in South Kashmir Thursday in connection with the June 12 terror strike in which 5 CRPF personnel and station house officer Arshad Ahmed Khan were killed, officials said. The trio have given details to police about the June 12 terror strike at busy KP road. Five CRPF personnel
were killed and Khan was injured. He succumbed to his injuries. The trio told the police that a Pakistani terrorist was brought to the house of one of the accused by local Jaish commander Fayaz Punzoo. The terrorist was in Anantnag from June 8 before he carried out the strike on the paramilitary forces. He had also conducted a reconnaissance of potential targets around the area.
Accusing the government of “gross abuse of power” over the CBI raids at the residence of noted lawyer Indira Jaising and offices of Lawyers Collective, a group of opposition MPs Thursday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to “halt such act of coercion and intimidation”. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) carried out searches at Jaising’s residence and offices of Lawyers Collective, an NGO run by Grover, a noted lawyer, who has been booked by the agency for alleged violations
of the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA) in receiving foreign aid. The searches are taking place at the Nizamuddin residence and office of Jaising, the office of the NGO in Jangpura and an office in Mumbai from 5.00 am, officials said. “This, latest in a long line of coercion and intimidation of Ms Jaising and Mr Grover, is nothing short of a brute show of intimidation as well as gross abuse of power,” the letter signed by Congress, TMC, SP, CPI and CPI(M) MPs said.
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Supreme Court lawyer Indira Jaising alleged on Thursday that she and her husband were being “targeted” by the CBI due to their work in the field of human rights, after sleuths from the central agency carried out searches at her residence and office. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is carrying out searches at the residence of former Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Jaising and the offices of Lawyers Collective, an NGO run by her husband Anand Grover, officials said. The searches are being
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Robbing Peter to pay Paul
hile the government’s desire to transform India through digitalisation or a cashless economy since November 2016 is laudable; yet it comes with a heavy price after the government introduced several restrictions and charges on bank transactions. The dream may seem nice but not for those who have discovered to their dismay that they are being made to pay for the dream. While fraudsters who have siphoned off huge amount of bank loans are still at large and enjoying life in other countries; the poor bank customers are fleeced under various charges of the bank. Even those dutifully responding to the banks to “give some deposit” find they are also being punished with income tax on interest earned. The harassed bank customers cannot ignore the fact that Banks in India have earned at least Rs 10,391.43 crore by charging them for just two things--failure to maintain minimum balance in saving accounts and carrying out more than the permitted number of free ATM transactions in a month. After people were compelled to transact through banks, they discovered that for internet banking of up to Rs.10,000 they had to pay Rs 1 plus 18% GST and additional bank transaction charges of Rs 2.50 plus 18% GST. Again for transaction of more than Rs.2 lakh, customers were Rs 5 plus 18% GST and the bank transaction charges of Rs 25 plus 18% GST and so on and so forth. It seems that everything to do with banks these days means having to pay for their services. Even on Immediate Payment Service (IMPS), customers could transfer funds on a 24x7 and 365 days of the year but they cannot transfer more than Rs.2 lakh. This facility is only available via Internet banking. As consumerism grows so also use of credit and debit cards. On these too, the bank levies various charges. With the new RBI notification banks are allowed to charge customers for more than 5 usages of ATMs in a month. The charges can vary from Rs 8 to 20 depending on the type of transaction. Banks charge around Rs 15 per quarter for SMS alerts. On a debit card, there are usually two types of charges. One is the annual fees that a bank charges for issuing the card to the customer. Two, is the convenience fees that is charged at the merchant outlets for swiping the card at a point-ofsale terminal. Any customer is entitled to eight free monthly transactions at an ATM (five at his home bank ATMs and three at non- home bank ATMs) in a metro city. For every transaction, a bank charges Rs 20 per financial transaction and Rs 8.5 for nonfinancial transactions. The annual fee for debit card varies from Rs 100 to 500 depending on the card. Banks also charge in case you request add on cards for family members. Other charges include annual ATM maintenance fee, fee for RTGS, fee for NTFS, free SMS alert, internet banking fee, among others. Here too, there is no fixed rate for these charges, and they vary from one bank to another. Therefore, the question is with a majority of public sector banks running in loss due to piles of non-performing assets (NPA) accumulated over years, are banks trying to find a way out to at least meet their operational costs by charging ordinary customers?
DailyDevotion The Spiritually Vigorous Saint …that I may know Him… —Philippians 3:10 A saint is not to take the initiative toward self-realization, but toward knowing Jesus Christ. A spiritually vigorous saint never believes that his circumstances simply happen at random, nor does he ever think of his life as being divided into the secular and the sacred. He sees every situation in which he finds himself as the means of obtaining a greater knowledge of Jesus Christ, and he has an attitude of unrestrained abandon and total surrender about him. The Holy Spirit is determined that we will have the realization of Jesus Christ in every area of our lives, and He will bring us back to the same point over and over again until we do. Self-realization only leads to the glorification of good works, whereas a saint of God glorifies Jesus Christ through his good works. Whatever we may be doing— even eating, drinking, or washing disciples’ feet— we have to take the initiative of realizing and recognizing Jesus Christ in it. Every phase of our life has its counterpart in the life of Jesus. Our Lord realized His relationship to the Father even in the most menial task. “Jesus, knowing…that He had come from God and was going to God,…took a towel…and began to wash the disciples’ feet…” (John 13:3-5). The aim of a spiritually vigorous saint is “that I may know Him…” Do I know Him where I am today? If not, I am failing Him. I am not here for self-realization, but to know Jesus Christ. In Christian work our initiative and motivation are too often simply the result of realizing that there is work to be done and that we must do it. Yet that is never the attitude of a spiritually vigorous saint. His aim is to achieve the realization of Jesus Christ in every set of circumstances.
“What is the use of a house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?” ~ Henry David Thoreau
Nagaland Post, Dimapur FRIDAY, JULY 12, 2019
Indian democracy controlled by politicians or by the bureaucracy?
he people of India have given a huge mandate to the present BJP-led NDA Government to give a big push to reformation of various sectors in the Country. However, we all know that the biggest hurdle to reformation in this Country is excessive red tapism and bureaucratic control of sectors that requires specialisation. In a way it make no sense that the important organisation like the Army, the Navy and the Airforce should be controlled by an IAS officers. Likewise technical Central Ministries should be headed by non-IAS officers as unlike the 20th Century where there was very less automation, the 21st Century is the age of specialisation and technology will play a very important role in defining the future of a Country. Whereas the British Raj system of bureaucracy that has prevailed in our Country for so many years has done enough damage to the socio-economic de-
velopment of this great Country, the British and for that matter almost all the developed Nations in the world have now gone in favour of Corporate culture rather than bureaucratic culture. However, in our Country the bureaucracy still tries very hard to control all cadres recruited under UPSC and now services like IFS, IPS, IRS, IES etc have been pushed to the corner more so because the Department of Personnel and Training(DoPT) which controls all the UPSC recruited cadres are all manned by IAS officers and therefore all the grievances of all other services are being outrightly ignored thus making India a world champion in bureaucracy. In some North Eastern States some of the Chief Secretaries are of Joint Secretary rank whereas traditionally the seniormost or next seniormost IAS officer within the State cadre should be choosen as the Chief Secretary.
Rejoinder on ‘Nagas hills tribal struggle for sovereignty from India’
propos the item published in Nagaland post on July 9 (page 6), I doubt the identity of the writer as a true Naga. Whether he is writing intentionally or unintentionally but we are sorry for his ignorance about omission of names of important Naga leaders who signed the 16 point agreement on the basis of which the state government is functioning till now. There is no person called Putimo Chakhesang in Chakhesang tribe under Phek district. His real name was late Pudiinu Demo, in short, P. Demo. Another important leader whose name is omitted was late Goyiepra Kenyie who went to Delhi as a delegate and he sacrificed his life. After signing the agreement he died in Delhi. N. Theyo, Ex-minister & senior citizen, Midland, Kohima
Similiarly many officers are becoming principal secretaries at very young age in the State Governments leaving no room for officers from other UPSC services to come on deputation. In short this is how IAS are controlling both Central and State Governments. To make the matter worse some posts like Finance, Home, Personnel and Administrative reforms and Planning are strictly encadered for IAS officers in State Government leaving no room for other UPSC cadres to penetrate and in Central Government Departments only IAS officers in DoPT decides who should be Secretary or additional secretary or Joint secretary of a Department and the Cabinet Ministers who have very little knowledge of how bureaucracy works nor mally ag rees with whatever proposals that is being placed by IAS officers. Therefore there is a need to post officers from Army, Navy, Air-
force, IPS, IFS, IRS, IES etc in DoPT and the selection process for the post of Secretary, Additional Secretary, Joint Secretary etc should also include officers from Defence and non-IAS UPSC cadres as they too have undergone the same rigorous process of recruitment through UPSC. At the State level there is a need to clearly define the minimum years of service for the post of Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary, Secretary etc and encadrement of posts should be withdrawn immediately to allow officers from other UPSC recruited cadres to come on deputation. Till such time the reformation of bureaucracy is done both in Central and State level the dream of making India a super power or a developed Country will not happen and India as a Country will be known the world over as a bureaucratic super power or bureaucratic world champion.
Meanwhile the steps taken by the current BJP Government in bringing specialists as Joint Secretary through lateral entry is an excellent step and more management experts, specialist, scientists and corporate professionals should be brought as Joint Secretary is every Ministry and if required even at the level of Additional Secretary and Secretary. May be it is high time that India as a Country make a special study on how bureaucracy works in developed Countries like Japan, US, UK, France, Germany, Singapore etc by engaging renowned international consultants otherwise the present boring bureaucracy will continue to say that Indian bureaucracy is the best in the world and we will remain a backward Country inspite of having tremendous human resources. The world today is moving towards business corporate culture where economic strength prevails over military strength and
it is felt that as long as the BJP led Government allows bureaucracy to control the defence forces and suppress all other specialised UPSC cadres and Corporate world, the people of this Country will feel that the mandate given by the people to the BJP led Government for quick reformation is by and large getting defeated and people in general will continue to feel that any Government is the same and life goes on as usual without any meaningful changes in their life time. Thus the big question still exist as to why the Government which is now having huge majority in the parliament is hesitating in bringing officials from Defense forces and other UPSC recruited cadres in decision making process and the bigger question remains whether the democracy we have is controlled by politicians or by the all powerful bureaucracy. Rupesh Dutta (Delhi based journalist) Rupeshdutta@yahoo.com
Banks blunt denial to sanction loans to PMEGP beneficiaries
he Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP), is a pilot programme of the central government, one of the best scheme initiated towards creating solutions by means of providing opportunities through loans and subsidies to those young entrepreneurs and educated unemployed of the country who are selected and eligible, in their respective state level. The respective state government as the implementing agency for the scheme directs the banking sector to provide the loans to the genuine selected benificiaries, thus easing in the implementation of the work programme under the PMEGP scheme. Likewise in our state the state government has been carrying out this important beneficial pilot programme of the central government with efficiency after the launching of the PMEGP
Scheme on the 15th of August, 2008. Many eligible young entrepreneurs and the educated unemployed in our state has benefitted under this programme. Our appreciation to the state government and those banks that are doing this difficult task with sincere dedication and effort for the success of this scheme and for the upliftment of the state citizens through this scheme. But of recent records and statements till date by those beneficiaries under Mokokchung district who are yet to receive their rightful earned and entitled Loan and Subsidies from those banks allotted to them, the story is different and very shameful and unacceptable on the part of those banks that are not releasing the Loans and Subsidies to a few genuine beneficiaries from the last few years. These beneficiaries under Mokokchung district who are
routed through the respective District KVIB & DIC departments and selected under the district task force headed by the deputy commissioner as the esteemed chairman conducted following due procedure and protocol has been knocking on the concerned department and the banks namely- (1) AXIS bank, Mokokchung, (2) HDFC bank, Mokokchung, (3) ICICI bank, Mokokchung, (these banks that were directed to sanction the loans and subsidies to the genuine selected beneficiaries) but their appeal and constant request falling on deaf ears and of no avail. The Mokokchung district PMEGP beneficiaries association convenor, Walter Longkumer and general secretary, Imotemjen Ozukum, on behalf of the beneficiaries appeal to the state government of Nagaland, the higher authorities of the concerned departments
and the respective banks to especially consider our pleas and request the same to facilitate our demands-demand to release our entitled loan and subsidies as this is our startup, our chance and oppurtunity to find a way and means to establish our career and business and reduce unemployment problem and being a burden to the society and the state. The association urges all the young entrepreneurs and the educated unemployed of every district in Nagaland to let this be a wake-up call, an eye-opener of the intentions of those agencies, banks that are against the welfare, against the goodwill and opportunities of the good citizens of this country and encourages all to stand united. Walter Longkumer, convenor and Imotemjen Ozukum secretary of Mokokchung District PMEGP Beneficiaries Association
Rejoinder on ‘Mythical Legends and Legendary Myths...’
elightful to see a scholarly article in the Nagaland based daily newspaper of Nagaland Post by one Menka Singh with a titled “Mythical Legends and Legendary Myths: A Case Study of Khonoma, Nagaland” that appeared on July 7, 2019 (article was in Sunday Post Special Supplement on June 7, 2019 but was circulated to the public along with July 7, 2019). Appreciate the dedication and hard work of the author who tries to unearth the cosmic scholastic field for wider audience and knowledge promotion in the field. Of course, profuse ingenious knowledge and information of indigenous Naga people about their origin, migration and settlement, which is still preserved and stored in the mode of social memory and oral literature, largely represented through the medium of folktales, dances, folksongs, monoliths, attires, arts, legends and myths. Myths are essential for every philosophical and epistemological understanding of human origin and migration that is beyond human comprehension. To come to realistic conclusion on any information about myths and legends that has been passed on orally for generations any serious scholar is expected to do comprehensive and meticulous field works. It is imperative to methodically verify and authenticate from diverse sources while narrating the myths and legends
before jumping to draw a conclusion. A well read scholar needs to take time to corroborate the sources to minimise discrepancies. Otherwise, any half baked and concocted information can led to serious distortion of information of what has been widely agreed upon on various myths and legends. While appreciating the hard work of the author and her academic contribution, we are constraint to make certain things clear for all time for public consumption and for the author to make necessary changes in her future article to shun further distortion. While analysing one should be prudent enough to differentiate between myths from that of historical facts to make the information coherent and to come to cogent conclusion. This is more challenging to study for a society where there is no history of text and documentation but social memory and oral tradition that has been handed down since generations is the only obtainable source of literature. Thus, it is imperative to distinguish between myths and historical facts although the two may link to each other in any narration and discourse on Makhelian (means those people who claimed themselves to have dispersed from Makhel, a village in Mao region of Naga inhabited areas in northern Manipur bordering Nagaland). Although various evidences and sources at Makhel as
a place of human origination are shrouded in mystery since they are yet to be authenticated the presence of various stone megaliths, myths and historical specifics at Makhel and its vicinity suggests that it is a point of departure, if not of origin. Those Nagas who acknowledged the Makhelian tradition group themselves as Tenyimi that include Angami, Chakhesang, Mao, Maram, Inpui, Pochury, Poumai, Rengma, Thangal, and Zeliangrong (compose of Rongmei, Zemei & Liangmei ). Tenyimi is based on acceptance of common ancestry and that ancestral blood flows in the veins of their brethren. Currently, the Tenyimi are found in the states of Assam, Manipur and Nagaland in India’s North East. With the dispersal from Makhel the Poumai internally sub-divided into Paomata, Leopaona and Chülevei further migrated to their respective place from Saranamei (Kosümei in Mao). Likewise, Rongmei, Zemei, Liangmei and Inpui tribes first settled at Makuilongdi following dispersed from Makhel where they further migrated to their respective place. It is quite possible that some northern Naga tribes might have initially settled at Khezhakeno (Kozhomei in Mao) subsequent to disperse since Makhel and then to different places. This may be the reason why some northern Naga tribes considered Khezhakeno as place of dispersal.
Of the scores of evidences and legends which explain that Makhel is a place of dispersal for various Naga tribes, who called themselves as Tenyimi, the tale and significance of Chüte Bu Kajü (wild pear tree) is realistically prominent. A general perception exists amongst the Tenyimi that at the time of their grand dispersal they have had a discourse beneath the Chüte Bu Kajü and made a bond that they will meet again. Chüte Bu Kajü is not a myth but a piece of historical fact in the account of Makhelian race, which is still there for everyone to see. The stated tree is located at Shajouba village (Charangho) where a godly woman Paichara-a once lived, who is seen at times as a young teenage girl and sometimes as an elderly woman and later ascended to heaven on a string of yarn, which is at a distance of 3 kms east of NH 2, Dimapur-Imphal road and not at “Chajouba village” as noted in the article. Though there may be different versions on the origin of the tree, Charanghomei as the custodian of the tree believed that it sprouts itself and not planted by human. As a mark of respect and honour, if any branch of the tree is fallen/broken, genna (mass holiday/abstention from usual daily agricultural activities) is observed beginning from Charangho till the last village where the people claimed to have migrated from Makhel. Whoever
first notices the fallen branch or stem shall keep away the broken pieces from the public view as mark of honour and accordingly inform to village chief or village elders for necessary action to embark on. Observation of genna can carry out together with number of neighbouring villages on the same day as and when they came to know the information of the fallen/broken of the branch. The observation of this genna is as strong and mournful as passing away of a fellow being. Fruits of the tree are forbidden to eat perhaps the only
one of such prohibition in the Naga inhabited areas. The stem and trunk of the tree will also not use for anything such as firewood or woodcraft. Likewise, its stem and trunk should not hack or impair in any form unless so naturally. A popular perception exists that in the direction where new branch springs up is where the population get flourishes and vice versa. The tree symbolises unison and oneness of the Nagas. Dr. Athikho Kaisü, Teaches Sociology of Media at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
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The construction of side drains/nullahs between Dimapur and Chumoukedima will be filled by silt (sand) deposits and eventually blocked if proper workmanship is not taken care of by authority concerned. The road is raw as of now and drains are already being filled with much sand and silt. The work seems to be not properly supervised by technical staff but left to mistries and labourers who make mistakes in finding proper levels of elevation of drain and it is being knocked down time and again at several places. Holes made for road water entries are not at proportionate levels. Rods are sparsely used with local sand for covering slabs, which can never last long. It is very imperative for the local denizens to raise the issue before poor quality work is delivered to the citizens. Quality Control Committee, if it exists, either Govt. or NGO should step in at appropriate time. Shiloh Kath, United North Block (UNB) Naga Colony, Burma Camp, Dimapur Reader’s note: Articles or letters published in any of the columns do not reflect the view of this newspaper nor that of the Editor in any manner.
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on railways in the coming years and wondered what happened to incumbent minister Piyush Goyal’s predecessor Suresh Prabhu’s claim that Rs 8.5 lakh crore will be spent. “What happened to Prabhu’s claim? Now you have added Rs 50 lakh crore more? It is clear you intend to sell its assets,” Chowdhury said. Mocking the government’s claim on investment in railways, he said it is like seeking a tent to sleep when there is not even a mat.
Centre to support Nagaland in mithun development... (From p-1)
Earlier, while congratulating Singh on taking over the newly-created Union ministry of fisheries, animal husbandry & dairying, Khing also briefed the former about the potential of animal husbandry in Nagaland due to its rich natural vegetation and food habit of the people. He also apprised the Union minister about the importance of pig and mithun in the State, adding that both were part of the local culture. He said there was a need to promote and conserve these two livestock species to meet their increasing demand in the State. In this regard, Khing urged Singh to provide all possible help for promotion of piggery and dairy, besides for mithun conservation and development in the state. Later in the day, the State government officials called on National Cooperative Development Corporation chief director Ashok Pillai at his office in New Delhi and discussed the modalities and possibilities for promoting pig value chain through credit linkage in the State. This was stated in a press release by Kuolie Mere, PRO of Nagaland House, New Delhi.
SSAALWC to halt SARDP work (From p-1)
Infrastructure Development Corporation (NHIDCL) had begun compensation for 5th phase, leaving behind the 2nd phase for unknown reason. The committee requested Sümi Hoho to ponder seriously on the matter why the road project had been hampered so long and also find out the genuineness of its demand, instead of directing the construction company to complete the road project within the stipulated time. SSAALWC urged the Zunheboto deputy commissioner to take up the matter with the authority concerned and clarify on the present position regarding compensation for the 2nd phase.
The railways’ operating ratio was 98.4 per cent in 2017- 18, way above the government’s estimate, the Congress leader said, adding its revenue and expenditure also fell short of official claims. “But you do not stop selling dreams,” he said. Referring to the earlier claims about collaboration with private and foreign players, he said nothing much has happened on these fronts. “It has become a government of MoUs,” he said. He accused the government of privatising profitmaking production units of railways, including the one in Rae Bareli, the Lok Sabha constituency of Congress leader Sonia Gandhi. Railways is a social commitment and not just a commercial establishment, Chowdhury said and wondered how is it possible for the government to see the dream of bullet trains if the Congress had not done anything.
India will be most populated country by 2027: UN report NEW DELHI, JUL 11 (AGENCIES): According to data provided by the Population Division of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, India itself has a population of 1.37 billion, making it the second most populated country in the world. In another 8 years, it may surpass China and become the most populated country. By 2050, India’s population may increase by another 273 million. Also, 35% of the country’s population is concentrated in the states Bihar, UP, and Maharashtra. Despite it being observed for the past 30 years, overpopulation continues to be a concern. The idea of observing the World Population Day was conceived after an alarm was raised when the world population crossed the 5 bn mark. Yet, the world population kept increasing exponentially, and it is set to cross the 7.7-bn mark soon. The figures should concern India more than any other country at the moment as a high birth rate continues. According to a FirstPost report, measures such as assured home delivery of contraceptives and distribution of family planning kits by social health activists have been provided by the Central government to control population growth. The UN data further mentioned that the world’s population increases annually by 83 million approximately. They have also predicted that, by 2030, the world population will be at 8.6 billion.
J&K ‘dispute’ between India, Pak; should be resolved through dialogue S R I NAG A R , J U L 1 1 (PTI): Kashmir is a “dispute” between India and Pakistan which needed to be resolved through dialogue and not through military might, National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah Thursday said. Addressing workers at Hazratbal on the occasion of 19th death anniversary of his mother Begum Jehan Ara, the Lok Sabha member from Srinagar said, “Kashmir is a dispute between two countries (India and Pakistan). Whatever they say, it is a dispute. The issue is still in the United Nations. The UN observers are still here and in Pakistan held
only when the people of India and Pakistan talk (with each other) and then talk to others... This should be done so that no one should feel that the solution so achieved is a loss for either India or Pakistan or for the people of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh.” Referring to India’s in-
sistence that talks can begin only if terrorism ends, Abdullah said, “Guns still roar in Afghanistan, but talks are still going on. Why cannot that policy be implemented here? He said dialogue was the only option to address the Kashmir issue. “Nothing will be
achieved by military might or force or coercion... they cannot put off the flame, which is burning here, by such things,” he said. Asked if talks should be held with all stake-holders, including Hurriyat Conference, in Kashmir, Abdullah said dialogue should be with everyone.
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Striking an alarmist note, the cabinet minister warned: “India appears to be heading like in 1947 towards another a ‘saanskritik vibhajan’ (partition in the name of culture). All political parties will have to come forward for a birth control law.” Later, he told some news channels in Delhi that strong measures must be in place to check population explosion. “I hold the view that t h o s e w h o h ave m o r e than two children should be stripped of their voting rights. And this provision must be applicable to all communities. No exemp-
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tion should be made for any religious group just because it insists that its tenets disapprove of birth control measures, he said. The BJP leader’s views met with disapproval from the opposition RJD-Congress combine in the state. Bihar RJD president Ram Chandra Purbe termed Singhs comments an example of ochhi rajneeti (petty politics) since it appeared to blame the minorities for the ballooning population. “From where does the Union minister get such fanciful ideas? Can he point out any provision in the Constitution under which a person can be disenfranchised for having more than a specified number of children?” asked Congress MLC Prem Chandra Mishra. Singh has often kicked up controversies with his remarks targeting Muslims. A case of model code violation was registered against him during the Lok Sabha elections when he was in the fray from Begusarai for making objectionable comments against Muslims.
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PATNA, JUL 11 (PTI): Union minister Giriraj Singh on Thursday expressed alarm over the “population explosion” in the country since Independence and favoured disenfranchisement of those who sired more than two children. The BJP leader from Bihar, known for making controversial remarks, shared a graphic on his official Twitter handle on World Population Day which showed that India’s population grew by a staggering 366 per cent between 1947 and 2019 as against only 113 per cent rise in sparsely populated US. Singh, the Minister of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries, wrote in Hindi--”In India, population explosion is disturbing the balance of economy, social harmony and resources. One of the reasons (for failure to check it) is dhaarmik vyavadhan (religious obstacles),” apparently hinting at Muslims. Several leaders of the Hindu right have often blamed Muslims for the spurt in country’s population.
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receipts from revenue, in her Budget Speech in Lok Sabha on July 5. Chidambaram said the Finance Minister should have mentioned figures in her speech as people deserve to know broad numbers as they do not go through annexures and other Budget documents. “I cannot recall a Budget Speech so bereft of macro data,” he said, and urged the Finance Ministry to ensure important data gets mention in the Budget Speech in future. “There is this goal of a 5 trillion dollar economy. Good, very good. I will give
the government to pay serious attention to what we are saying, in the spirit of genuine friendliness to get our economy going. Please ensure that bold structural reforms are done to boost economic growth,” the senior Congress leader noted. He also rued that there was no clarity on the exact projections on the GDP. Chidambaram said at one place the GDP growth has been projected at 7 per cent and at other place it is 8 per cent. “One per cent makes a huge difference,” he said, adding the government, CGA, and Chief Economic Advisor could not present a unified picture for the current fiscal. He further said structural reforms were a must for achieving economic growth, but the Budget does not talk about it. “Show me on one structural reform. There is not one,” he said. He also took a jibe on the government’s claim that India would be a USD 5 trillion economy. The size of the economy is currently estimated at USD 2.7 trillion and is growing at a nominal growth.
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He said if the nominal growth of economy is 12 per cent, it is double in 6 years and if it grows at 11 per cent, it will double in 7 years. “So please don’t put this pie in the sky before people of the country saying 5 trillion dollars is equal to Chandrayan landing on the moon. 5 trillion dollar is simple arithmetic. So don’t put this pie in the sky. Come down to reality. “ T h e e c o n o my i s weak. The budget speech is insipid. The weak economy needed a bold approach. I think the prime minister has enough will and determination to take bold decisions,” he said. Chidambaram said it is not necessary to say everything in the budget speech and expected this government to come back and tell what structural reforms and what bold steps they will take on how they will improve investment, which is the only engine available to spur India’s growth to 8 per cent this year and to 10 per cent the next year. “I am afraid, this budget does not inspire us to believe that this will happen. I can only appeal to
NEW DELHI, JUL 11 (PTI): The Union Budget 2019-20 does not chalk out a clear roadmap to take India on the path of high economic growth and lacks bold steps and structural reforms, Congress leader P Chidambaram said Thursday in Rajya Sabha. Participating in the debate on the Budget, the former finance minister said the country’s economy is weak and requires bold steps to take it forward on fast growth track, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi should take. He also termed Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s speech as “insipid” and said the budget does not have any steps to propel investment and savings. Chidambaram downplayed the Modi government’s call of making India a USD 5 trillion economy by 202425, saying the economy itself doubles due to the “magic of compounding” in six to seven years and does not require a prime minister or finance minister. He sought to corner the finance minister, saying she did not present macro economic data, including
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the US dollar Thursday after dovish comments by US Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell boosted emerging market currencies. However, firming oil prices capped the gains, traders said. At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local unit opened on a firm footing at 68.31, and shuttled between a high of 68.30 and a low of 68.48 during the day. The rupee finally closed at 68.44, down 14 paise over its previous close. The r upee had declined by 7 paise to close at 68.58 against the greenback Wednesday, pressured by persistent foreign fund outflows and firming crude oil prices. World stocks rose and emerging market currencies appreciated after US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told a Congressional committee that the central bank is ready to “act as appropriate” to boost growth amid multiple headwinds, bolstering hopes of a rate cut as early as this month. “Rupee strengthened
compared with Rs. 25,071 crore in 2017-18 and Rs. 31,533 crore in 2016-17. Struggling with poor cash flows from services and a severe financial crunch due to a huge workforce of 1.76 lakh, BSNL is looking for non-core asset monetisation under the broad policy of the government where DIPAM is the nodal department. BSNL’s corporate office has circulated a list of land parcels proposed for monetisation through the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM) in the first instance. The company is in the process identifying land parcels all over the country for monetisation, which as per its internal estimate is valued at Rs. 20,000 crore in 2018-19. Time-bound monetisation of land assets, mobile towers and fibre networks will help BSNL earn some money in these tough times of falling revenues and rising losses. “The total area of land parcels, which are spread
across the country and have in-built structures, buildings and factories, is 32.77 lakh square metres (sq m) and the spareable land parcel is 31.97 lakh sq m,” said an earlier BSNL corporate office letter to its circles seeking their comments. “The fair value of spareable parcel as on April 1, 2015, is Rs. 17,397 crore and the estimated present fair value of these lands is Rs. 20,296 crore. The enhancement in valuation is based on cost inflation index for FY 2014-15 as 240 and FY 2018-19 as 280. “The valuation of these land parcels is proposed to be done along with the structures lying in the parcel after the in-principle approval for sale or long tem lease by the government. The cost of buildings has not been included in the Fair Value of land parcels”, it added. BSNL telecom factories at Mumbai, Kolkata, West Bengal, Ghaziabad, Jabalpur and wireless stations, as well as other offices and staff colonies have been included in the list of land parcels to be monetised. Some of these parcels are mutated, while some are not, and the status of some of these parcels are freehold and some are on leasehold. The gover nment is planning a revival scheme for BSNL and MTNL.
New Delhi, Jul 11 (PTI): Gold prices Thursday zoomed Rs 930 to Rs 35,800 per 10 gram in the national capital tracking positive overseas trend after US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell hinted at a rate cut soon that prompted investors to move towards safe-haven assets like the yellow metal. Silver also followed the suit and rose by Rs 300 to Rs 39,200 per kg due to more offtake by industrial units and coin makers. “Spot gold jumped to a one-week high in the international market due to a feeble dollar after dovish comments from the US Federal Reserve chairman. The Fed chair’s cautious stance on the US economy raised hopes of an imminent interest rate cut that spurred investor sentiments towards safe assets like gold,” said Hareesh V, head, Geojit Financial Services. He further said weak global economic outlook and unsolved trade war tensions between the US and China are the other positive drivers of the yellow metal.
NEW DELHI, Jul 11 (IANS): State-run BSNL or Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd is expected to post losses of Rs. 14,202 crore for the financial year 2018-19, the government said. The revenue of the public sector telecom company is slated to be around Rs. 19,308 crore, Telecom and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha. He also said that “fierce competition in the mobile segment” and “absence of 4G services in the data centric telecom market” were among the main reasons for the company’s losses. In line with sector trends, BSNL has seen a dip in its revenue after the entry of Reliance Jio in the market in 2016. “Low tariffs due to fierce competition in the mobile segment, high staff cost and absence of 4G services (except in few places) in the data-centric telecom market are the main reasons for losses of BSNL,” Mr Prasad said. BSNL’s salary expenditure is set to be a massive 75 per cent of the firm’s total expenses at Rs. 14,488 crore. Its provisional loss in 201516 was Rs. 4,859 crore, Rs. 4,793 crore 2016-17, and Rs. 7,993 crore in 2017-18. The company’s revenue is pegged at around Rs. 19,308 crore for 2018-19,
BSNL loss expected at over Rs. 14,000 crore in 2018-19
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XInhua news agency. Since July 6, 29 rivers in Jiangxi have seen water surpass flood warning levels as a result of heavy rain. The province has triggered multiple emergency responses and designated 17 million yuan for flood prevention and rescue work in the new round of floods. The provincial meteorological department forecast that rainstorms will hit the region again on Friday and continue until next Tuesday.
Colombo five-star hotel to was announced by Chair- during the proceedings of evening, the Daily Mirror provide a guest list of that man Ananda Kumarasiri the PSC on Wednesday newspaper reported. day, as well as the ones who ate breakfast, the media reported on Thursday. This
"For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain". Philippians 1:21
Born on : 28-02-1971 – Died on : 08-07-2019
We the bereaved family members of Lt. KEDUTSHO KRONU would like to express our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to each and every individuals, friends, neighbours, churches, departments, organisations, relatives and well wishers who helped and supported us with prayers, financially, materially and physically during his illness and demise. We deeply regret our inability to thank each and every individual but it is our sincere prayer that our Almighty God bless you all abundantly
1st DEATH ANNIVERSARY of
Late Imnawati Ao
CHUMDEMO NGULLIE PASSED AWAY Chumdemo Ngullie of Pangti Village passed away on July 11 at around 6:32 a.m. after prolonged illness at Yashoda Hospital, Secunderabad, Telangana. The mortal remains will be brought to Dimapur by Flight (Indigo) on July 12 and will be taken to his native village, Pangti on the same day. Late Chumdemo Ngullie was 1994 batch Group ‘A’ service UPSC. He was working as Joint General Manager of Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS) at Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.
Mathew 5:4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.
1st DEATH ANNIVERSARY Died on 12/07/2018
LATE T. MUKHE
Havildar, Village Guard of Zhimkiur Village Pungro Sub-Division of Kiphire District
12.07.2018 Loving wife & children
Your life was a blessing, Your memory a treasure, You are loved beyond words And missed beyond measure ...... We remember you everyday.
Loving wife, children and relatives
LATE SHIJUNGSANGBA LONGCHAR (DIBUIA VILL) (15.09.1936 to 12.07.2018)
Loving wife, children & grandchildren.
Loving Husband, Children, Siblings & Relatives
“You can make many plans but the Lord's purpose will prevail”
1st DEATH ANNIVERSARY
At the sudden and painful demise of our dearest mother Mrs. Khrieno Ringa, we deeply appreciate and gratefully acknowledge your kind expression of sympathy in so many ways who supported us physically, morally, financially and spiritually during the sudden loss on 8th July 2019. 1. Kohima Harvest Church 2. Women Fellowship Kohima Harvest Church 3. Tsiepfü Tsiephe Upper Sector 4. Upper Section Tsiepfü Tsiephe Youth 5. P.R Hill Regional Taxi Drivers 6. Old Age Home, Meriema 7. Manipur Prayer Centre Tatubi 8. Mother’s Prayer Group 9. NCRC P.R Hill 10. Kohima Harvest Church Youth Ministry. 11. Cross Wonder Church 12. Cross Wonder Porterlane Fellowship. 13. Chesezu Welfare Kohima 14. Manipur C.R.C Lower Jail Colony. 15. Cross Mother’s Cross Wonder Church 16. 14 Churches Combine Fellowship Mother’s Group 17. CCRC, Upper PWD Kohima 18. Ringatso Khel, Chesezu Village 19. Tsiepfu Tsiepfhe Women Organisation Upper Sector 20. NDPP Unit Upper A.G Colony 21. Dr. Nicky Kire & Family 22. A.G Council Chairman Swelul 23. Hokiye Kire G.B A.G Colony 24. Vibieletuo Kets & Family 25. Dr. Limatemjen & Family 26. Friends & Well Wishers. We deeply regret our inability to mention each and every individual but we pray that Almighty God bless you all abundantly.
LATE C. ONGYÜ PHOM Capt. Retired/Raja Peyu Phom Region (NSCN-IM) 7th January 1972 – 26th June 2019 We, the bereaved family members of Lt. Ongyü Phom would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to each and every individuals, churches, organisations, neighbours, friends far & near and well-wishers for your unconditional love, prayer and support extended to us during his illness and demise of our beloved father on 26th June 2019. We sincerely pray that our Almighty God bless you all abundantly. Loving wife, children & family members DP-5394
It is one year since God called you to His abode but you are always remembered with utmost respect and love in our hearts. Your continued presence in our hearts motivates us to live according to your aspirations and values.
From loving wife, children and family members
LT. RENBEMO T NGULLIE
S/o Mr. Thechamo Ngullie & Mrs. Abeni Humtsoe Born: 6th July 2000 – Died: 5th July 2019
We the bereaved family members of Lt. RENBEMO T NGULLIE would like to express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude to all individuals and organizations for your kind expression of sympathy and rich tribute through prayers, physically, financially and materially at the unfortunate demise of our beloved son on the 5th of July 2019 at Doyang Hydro River, Wokha. We would also like to convey our special gratitude to: 1. Home Commissioner, Government of Nagaland 26. Old & New Riphym Village Council 2. Nagaland GIS Cell (NSDMA) 27. Pangti Village Council 3. Deputy Commissioner Wokha and Staff 28. United Baptist Church, Doyang 29. St. Thomas Catholic Church, Doyang 4. SP Wokha/ DEF all Rank and File 30. Wokha Circle Students Union 5. NDRF & SDRF Personnel 31. Prayer Centers 6. Lotha Hoho 32. Wokha Town Baptist Church/WTBC Youth 7. Lotha Students Union 33. CAO GPRN/NSCN, Lotha Region 8. DEF Mokokchung all Rank and File 34. Longsa Ekhung Wokha/ Longsa Village Council 9. EAC Aitepyong and Staff 35. Englan Range Public Organisation 10. Land Owners Union, Doyang 36. Chukitong Range Public Organisation 11. Hotel Union Doyang/ SHG Doyang 37. St. Joseph University, Dimapur 12. Doyang Village Council 38. Mezhur Higher Secondary School, Kohima 13. Doyang Youth Organisation 39. C.D King Higher Secondary School, Kohima 14. Lotha Hoho, Doyang 40. Friends of LMHS, Wokha 15. Public Doyang 41. Wokha Town Council 16. Thillong Village Council 42. Tsumang (A) Colony Council 17. Sanis Administration 43. Tsumang (A) Colony Youth Organisation 18. NEEPCO DHEP, HOP & Staff 19. CISF, Doyang 44. O.C Doyang and Staff 20. Sanis Village Council 45. Wokha Village Council 21. Tsungiki Village Council 46. Wokha Town Pongidong Ekhung 22. Tsungiki Ekhung (Wokha, Kohima, Chukitong, Dimapur) 47. Ao Baptist Church, Wokha 48. Sumi Baptist Church, Wokha 23. Tsungiki Baptist Church 49. Dr. Motsuo, Memorial Hospital, Wokha 24. Yikhum Village Council 50. Tsungiki Youth 25. Old & New Changsu Village Council We deeply regret our inability to thank each and everyone of you individually but it is our earnest prayer that our Almighty God bless you all abundantly. Loving Mum, Dad, Sister, Grand Parents, Cousins, Aunties, Uncles & all extended Families K
NANCHANG (CHINA), JUL 11 (IANS): Twentytwo people have been killed and over 7 million people affected by heavy rain that has brought floods in China’s Jiangxi Province since June, authorities said here on Thursday. The floods have forced evacuation of over 594,000 people and affected about 469,300 hectares of crops, causing direct economic loss of 15.9 billion yuan ($2.3 billion), authorities said at a press conference, reported
Sri Lanka’s Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) looking into the April 21 Easter Sunday attacks, has asked the Taj Samudra
22 people have died while 7 mn have been affected.
C o l o m b o, J ul 1 1 (IANS): More than 60 suspects were detained while 167 others remain in custody over the Easter Sunday terror explosions in Sri Lanka which killed over 250 people and injured over 500 on April 21, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said here on Thursday.Speaking in Parliament, Wickremesinghe said legal action will be taken against all suspects who were connected to the nine suicide attacks which targeted churches and luxury hotels and there was information that those arrested had direct or indirect connections with the bombings, reports Xinhua news agency. Meanwhile, 99 people were also in custody over suspicion for having links with terrorists. Wickremesinghe said security forces were continuing with their search operations and investigations were ongoing. Colombo 5-star hotel asked to provide guest list:
Taylor Swift is world’s highest paid celebrity S inger Taylor Swift wa s n a m e d t h e world’s highest-paid entertainer on Wednesday with her earnings of $185 million over the past year, beating reality TV star Kylie Jenner, who ranked second on the Forbes Celebrity 100 list. Swift was also closely followed by two members of the wider Kardashian clan — reality star turned cosmetics queen Kylie Jenner and rapper Kanye West. The annual Forbes Celebrity 100 list also saw soccer stars Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar among the top 10, along with British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and 1970s soft rock band The Eagles, who embarked on a new tour in 2018. West, the husband of Kim Kardashian, returned to the list after a four-year absence. Forbes estimated his pre-tax earnings at $150 million, driven mostly by his popular Yeezy sneaker line, putting him in third place. Kim Kardashian ranked No.26 on the list.
Swift, hot off her 2018 “Reputation” tour and album, earned an estimated $185 million to take the No. 1 spot. The 29-yearold pop star also topped the list in 2016 after her best-selling “1989” tour and album. Jenner, 21, the halfsister of Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, came in second place after bringing in an estimated
$170 million thanks to her booming online lip kits and cosmetics company. Earlier this year Forbes declared Jenner to be the world’s youngest billionaire. Forbes compiled its 2019 list by estimating pre-tax earnings from June 2018-June 2019, before deducting fees for managers, based on data from Nielsen, touring trade pub-
‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ gets special screening at IFFM
aran Johar’s directorial debut “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai”, which has clocked 20 years of its release in Hindi cinema last year, will receive a special screening at the 10th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM). Excited about the screening, Karan said in a statement: “It’s been a very rewarding 20 years of a journey and time well spent telling stories and having the freedom to be a storyteller. Filmmaking is my passion
and the deep rooted love I have for cinema and being here in this time to be completing two whole decades is very gratifying.” Released in 1998, the film starred popular onscreen couple Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol. Actress Rani Mukerji featured in a supporting role, while superstar Salman Khan made a guest appearance. Talking about IFFM, Karan said: “I have been to the festival before and I have loved being there. I’m
looking forward to another opportunity to celebrate Indian cinema in the land down under.” Karan will also have an elaborate conversation on cinema with the Australian audience at the film festival. Superstar Shah Rukh Khan will also attend the festival as the chief guest. The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne will be taking place between August 8-17. (IANS)
Akshay Kumar only Bollywood star in Forbes rich celebs list
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Rap star Badshah creates world record with new song ‘Paagal’
lication Pollstar, movie database IMDB and interviews with industry experts and many of the celebrities themselves. The magazine said the world’s 100 highestpaid celebrities pulled in $6.3 billion pretax over the past 12 months. A m e r i c a n b oxe r Floyd Mayweather and actor George Clooney took the top two spots on last year’s list but landed outside the top 10 this time. The ‘Blank space’ hitmaker had also topped on the list back in 2016, with $170 million earnings. According to US reports, Swift minted millions from her Reputation Stadium tour in 2018, as well as Netflix’s streaming of the tour, and her new deal at Republic Records. Other female celebrities to make the list include comedian Ellen DeGeneres, reality TV star Kim Kardarshian West and singers Rihanna, Katy Perry and Pink. (Montreal Gazette/IANS)
ollywood superstar Akshay Kumar is the only Indian to find a spot in the Forbes list of the world’s highest paid actors, among 99 other international celebrities. Securing the 33rd rank with earnings worth $65 million, Akshay has surpassed popular international figures such as Rihanna, Jackie Chan, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans and Katy Perry. According to Forbes, the “Kesari” actor pulls in at least $5 million and up to $10 million per film. He also minted millions from endorsing around 20 brands, including Tata and Harpic. After the success of “Kesari”, Akshay has “Mission Mangal” coming up on Independence Day, besides “Housefull 4” and “Good News” later this year. (IANS)
this year. Shridhar Subramaniam, President India and Middle East, Sony Music, added: "This is an unprecedented feat and we are very
proud. This will go down history because Badshah has become the first Indian artiste to reach 75 million views in 24 hours." (IANS)
Roger announces special ‘Us + Them’ concert film
‘Stranger Things’ creators reveal what fans can expect from season 4
Chapman, son of Dog the Bounty Hunter, hospitalized
oger Waters has announced a new concert film which was made during his recent ‘Us + Them’ tour. The former Pink Floyd musician concluded the mammoth tour back in December, having performed to over two million people across 150 shows which spanned 18 months. The ‘Us + Them’ tour will now live on in an upcoming concert film of the same name, which has been co-directed by Waters and Sean Evans (who also directed 2014’s Roger Waters: The Wall). Comprised of footage from the four nights Waters and his band played at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome in June 2018, the film will also showcase the “state-of-theart visual production and breath-taking sound” from the tour. “Waters collaborates once more with Sean Evans… to deliver this creatively pioneering film that inspires with its powerful music and message of human rights, liberty and love,” a synopsis promises. Us + Them will be screened in cinemas on October 2 and 6 only, and tickets go on sale next Wednesday (July 17). (NME)
he creators of S t r a n ge r T h i n g s have said that the show’s fourth season could head outside of Hawkins for the first time. The acclaimed Netflix drama returned for its third offering last week, with critics hailing it as the best season yet. But as the sci-fi show continues to smash streaming records and generate wild fan theories, talk has inevitably turned to what’s next. In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Matt Duffer explained how season 4 is “going to open up a little bit”.
ndian rap star Badshah has broken a world record with his new number, "Paagal", dethroning the popular South Korean band BTS, by crossing 75 million-plus views in 24 hours. Within minutes of its release, the song --an all-out rhythmic pop banger --- became a viral sensation. "I am ecstatic and I am overwhelmed with the amount of love we have received in the last 24 hours," Badshah said. "'Paagal' was made with the focused intent of taking music from India across borders and making our presence felt. My fans just went all out to help me achieve my dream. We're going big with this one," he added about the song, which released on Sony Music India's YouTube channel. BTS' "Boy with luv" featuring Halsey was the most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours before this. It had achieved 74,600,000 views from April 12 to 13
Specifically, he claims that season four will be defined by “plotlines into areas outside of Hawkins”. Ross Duffer added: “We don’t want to write ourselves in a corner, so we try to have these early discussions with the writers just to make sure that we’re setting ourselves up to go in the right direction. “We don’t know a lot, but we do know a lot of the big broad strokes. At the end of season two, we knew about Billy. We knew that the Russians were going to come in. We didn’t know the mall and stuff, but again, we know these
big broad strokes. That’s sort of where we are in season four.” He added: “We have the big broad strokes. It’s just now about filling in those lines in the details. We’re pretty excited about where it’s potentially going to go. Again, like we said, it’s going to feel very different than this season. “But I think that’s the right thing to do and I think it’ll be exciting.” Meanwhile, star David Harbour recently denied rumours linking him to a major role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (NME)
eland Chapman, the son of Dog the Bounty Hunter, was reportedly hospitalized in Alabama this week due to an injury sustained while he was on a manhunt mission with his father — who was back at work for the first time after his wife’s death. The two were chasing a fugitive wanted for harassment in Colorado when Chapman tore his ACL while trying to subdue the suspect. Leland will be laid up for approximately six weeks, a spokesperson told AL.com. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), one of the key ligaments that help stabilize the knee joint, connects the thighbone (femur) to the shinbone (tibia). The suspect’s apprehension was being filmed for an upcoming show of “Dog’s Most Wanted.” Leland Chapman lives in Alabama, according to AL.com. Beth Chapman, Dog’s late wife and Leland’s stepmother, lost her two-year battle with throat cancer late last month. A memorial is planned this Saturday in her home state of Colorado. (FoxNews)
Fire breaks out at Warner Bros Studios Pink fires back at ‘parenting police’ in Instagram photo of children usual. Residents living close to the site reported a “very strong smell” of smoke during the night [via Watford Observer]. Fifteen crews were sent to the scene when the fire broke out, a Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesman told the BBC, with 18 crews attempting to contain and put out the blaze today. No cause for the fire has been announced. Other movies made at the studio’s 80-hectare Leavesden complex include Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, The Dark Knight, and Sweeney Todd. All eight Harry Potter films were shot at the studios. (NME)
A charity musical nite was conducted by Loktinula Longchar’s friend and SIALD society to raise fund for her cancer treatment on July 11 at Molu ki, Kohima. Various artists, well-wishers and schoolmates came together to perform and support the family. A total sum of INR 2, 91, 419/- was collected from the free will donation which was handed over to her family members. (NP) K Y M C
ink is fed up with being told how to parent. The pop singer posted a photo of her children on Instagram earlier this week, depicting them running through sprinklers. She used the post as an opportunity to poke fun at a recent wave of negative comments directed towards her parenting on social media, captioning the photo, “Here’s a picture of my child running through water. It wasn’t even filtered. What a waste of water. And no helmet? I hope she had sunscreen. If she slips and falls she may be traumatized for life. And her mother wasn’t even there. I was..... gasp.... working!!!! In another country!” She also added the hashtags, “#instagramisfun #f--ktheparentingpolice #ifyoufeellikeunfollowingpleasegoddoitquickly #opinionsarelikea--holes #somanya--holes” T h e “ R a i s e Yo u r Glass” singer has been a frequent target for criticism on social media, with both her and husband Carey Hart being on the receiving end of numerous comments
how much she shares about her family on social media as a whole. “People went as far as saying, ‘Someone should call Child Services,’ because he didn’t have a diaper on, and ‘How dare I?’ — just some of the nastiest things,” the singer told Ellen. “I cried
judging the couple on their parenting. One such instance occurred earlier this year when the star posted an image of her two children looking at a pelican, with her 2-year-old son, Jameson, missing a diaper. Pink later deleted and re-uploaded the image, insisting she didn’t realize her son was diaperless at the time she posted the picture. She then disabled comments on her posts entirely and blasted many of these mean-spirited commenters in a lengthy caption. “There’s something seriously wrong with a lot of you out there. Going off about my baby’s penis?
About circumcision??? Are you for real? As any normal mother at the beach, I didn’t even notice he took off his swim diaper. I deleted it because you’re all f--king disgusting,” the singer angrily wrote. “And now I’m turning off my comments and shaking my head at the state of social media and keyboard warriors, and the negativity that you bring to other people’s lives.” In an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” in April, Pink described how the negative reactions to her posts affected her emotionally, claiming they left her in tears. She also vowed to cut back on
so hard after that because I like to share my family. ... I’m prouder of my kids than anything I’ve ever done and I just won’t share them anymore. I won’t do it.” Pink’s latest album, “Hurts 2B Human,” was released back in April. (FoxNews)
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KOHIMA -797001 : NAGALAND Motto : “Rise & Shine” THANTHÜNG YI Kohima Humtsothüng Ekhüng lo khanhyae Shompo/Dr. R. Elithung Lotha tsokhying Shompo. Mhasen Humtsoe jina Naga Liphongtsü lo MBBS joyang ekhav lo vanphen ovüngo ji hungo ji tsükona elümoto emathaka to okho na thanthüng piala, Potsow khi ombo ochyu-ovüngi tsolia tachotsoa mhayitokvüka osi nmhom jiang lona khumjo shanjoa harishia osi otsük-oso mmhon ombo pia vanthokvüka to randaniala. Sd/(Er. Yanbemo Lotha) Khokthipvüi Kohima Humtsothüng Ekhüng
(Mr. C. Mhao Humtsoe) Nzontsü Eranpvüi Kohima Humtsothüng Ekhüng
fire has broken out at Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden where movies from the Harry Potter, James Bond, Fast and Furious, and Mission Impossible franchises were filmed. Firefighters were today (July 11) continuing to tackle the huge blaze that started at the Hertfordshire studios at approximately 11.30pm last night (July 10). BBC News reports that the set which had caught fire was not being used at the time and there were no injuries. A spokesman for Warner Bros added that the public studio tours, where fans can explore old sets and props from the Harry Potter films, were unaffected and were taking place as
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held 1-1 by Bohemians Nigeria, Senegal reach Africa Cup semi-finals Chelsea in Frank Lampard’s first match
CAIRO, Jul 11 (Agencies): Nigeria sneaked into the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals when defender William Troost Ekong scored with one minute remaining to give them a 2-1 win over a gallant South Africa as the tournament served up more drama on Wednesday. Troost Ekong, left unmarked, turned the ball in with his knee from a corner to leave the South Africans heart-broken after they had fought their way back into the match which seemed to be out of their reach. Samuel Chukwueze, recalled to the side after missing the previous round, put the Super Eagles in front when he scored at the second attempt in the 27th minute. Nigeria stayed in control, missed chances and paid the price when Bongani Zungu headed an equaliser in the 71st minute with South Africa’s first shot on target. The goal was initially ruled offside but then awarded after a VAR check. Nigeria, who will meet Ivory Coast or Algeria in the last four, went ahead with the first really dangerous attack of the match. A l ex I wo b i b u r s t down the left and pulled the ball back into the area to Chukwueze whose first
Nigerian players celebrate after beating South Africa 2-1 in the quarter finals of the AFrica Cup of Nations in Cairo.
effort was blocked by a defender but scored after it rebounded back to him. Nigeria looked too strong all-round for their rivals and nearly extended their lead early in the second half with a 25-metre free kick from Oghenekaro Etebo but Ronwen Williams turned it on the bar. South Africa struggled to get a look-in but the Super Eagles repeatedly failed to turn the mazy runs of
Ahmed Musa and Chukwueze into goals. Then, from out of the blue, South Africa equalised as Percy Tau lofted a free kick into the area, it was flicked on and superbly headed in by Zungu. It was initially disallowed but then given by a VAR check that took nearly three minutes. Extra-time was looming until Nigeria won a corner on the left, Williams
missed the ball and Troost Ekong prodded it home. Meanwhile, Senegal’s Idrissa Gana Gueye scored 20 minutes from time to take them through as expected to the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals but their 1-0 victory over minnows Benin, who finished with 10 men, was a largely laboured affair. Gana Gueye’s goal was one of the few highlights at Cairo’s 30 June
Stadium with the midfielder setting up the move and then finishing much to the relief to Africa’s topranked team as they struggled to break down their determined opponents. Gana Gueye, who had possession just outside the centre circle, passed the ball directly forward to Sadio Mane and then sprinted upfield to virtually steal the ball off his team mate and tuck away a neat finish. Gana Gueye might have had a second goal some eight minutes from time with a similar surging run through the midfield but was pulled back on the edge of the Benin penalty area by defender Olivier Verdon, who was promptly sent off. Benin had a couple of chances, both falling to 34-year-old striker Mickael Pote, who was narrowly wide with a cheeky backheel in the 26th and should have scored straight after halftime but hit a tame effort straight at keeper Alfred Gomis. But there was to be no repeat for the small west African country of their heroics in the previous round when they eliminated Morocco in a penalty shootout. Senegal will feature in the semi-finals for a fourth time but on the first occasion since 2006.
Players of Chelsea and Bohemians fight for the ball during a pre-season friendly.
Dublin, Jul 11 (Agencies): Frank Lampard’s tenure as Chelsea boss started with a friendly draw on Wednesday, with Michy Batshuayi scoring for the Blues before a late leveller from Irish side Bohemians saw the London club held to a 1-1 stalemate. Lampard picked a side headlined by Batshuayi and Pedro for the friendly which marked the start of his reign as Chelsea boss, and it was Belgium international Batshuayi who kicked things off by opening the scoring just eight minutes in. Left-back Kenedy - back from a loan spell at Newcastle - laid on
the opener, driving in from the left side and firing a shot that was blocked into the path of Batshuayi. The 25year-old did well to hold off a defender and fire home, giving Lampard’s side an early lead. But there was little more to come from the Blues, who struggled to break down an opponent in mid-season form and playing with a number of firstteamers in the starting side. Lampard r ung the changes at half-time, with the like of Danny Drinkwater, Cesar Azpilicueta and Willy Caballero, all starters on the day, replaced
in favour of a group that included Tiemoue Bakayoko, Kurt Zouma, Lucas Piazon and Davide Zappacosta. The changes would have little impact on the match, with Bohemians also shuffling the pack throughout the second half as both sides struggled to create much in the way or real goalscoring chances. Chelsea looked a good bet to walk away with a slender victory, but a late Eric Molloy strike, aided by some sloppy work at the back from the Blues, was enough for the home side to pull level and hold on for a 1-1 draw on the night.
Kohli bats for IPL-style playoffs in WC Arsenal’s Koscielny refuses to join pre-season tour
D imap u r , J u l 1 1 (NPN): The Naga Shooting Sports Club (NSSC), Chuomukedima organised a free training camp in air rifle and air pistol shooting from July 8 to 10 at the Chuomukedima town council hall. The training was con-
DIMAPUR, Jul 11 (NPN): Dimapur District Football Referee Association (DDFRA) has expressed grief on the untimely demise of Joseph Sumi, vice president, Nagaland Football Association and president, Dimapur District Football Association. In a condolence, Dimapur District Football Referee Association message said that late Joseph had contributed a lot for the development of football especially in Dimapur. In his demise, the association said that vacuum created will be difficult to be filled in. Dimapur District Football Referee Association also conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and pray for the departed soul to rest in peace. K Y M C
ducted by the Aries Rifle and Pistol Shooting Academy and Nagaland Rifle Association under the supervision of Merang Jamir, ISSF judge and coach and Hito Swu, ISSF judge and coach. The training camp was attended by 26 shooters.
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With immense pride and joy, the Akuk Students’ Union would like to extend our heartiest congratulations to Miss Chandeno A Patton, D/o. Mrs. And Mr. Ahao Andrew Patton for achieving the Post of Stenographer (Grade III), under Home Dept. (SAB) Nagaland, Kohima in the recently declared NPSC result. Sd/Sd/Yantsuthung Patton Shanjothung Patton President, ASU Gen, Secy., ASU
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KOHIMA : NAGALAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
MEKOKLA EKHUNG WOKHA TOWN CONGRATULATION
TSUNGREMONG NIGHT CARNIVAL Organised by
Miss Kivikali N Chishi With immense pride and honor we the Lokobomi Students’ Union, express our heartiest congratulation to: (1) Miss Kivikali N Chishi, D/o of Mr. Nitovi Chishi for being selected to pursue a degree in MBBS (Rank 28) by the UGC in the recently declared NEET Exam 2019. (2) Miss Kainoli Aye, D/o Mr. Hotokhu Aye for being appointed as LDA under the Commissioner of Taxes, during the recently declared departmental exam. The Union further wishes them all the best in their future endeavors. Aloto Zhimo Ghunaka Aye President LSU Gen. Sec LSU
UNGER STUDENTS' UNION Date: 1st to 3rd August 2019 Time: 5:30 pm onwards In Aid of General Fund Raising Venue : UNGER SUNGKUM
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LOTHA HOHO NA SHOMPO SÜLANTHUNG HUMTSOE, EX MLA JI LOTHA HOHO LONA KHAKI SÜALA NO.LH/WKA/PR/2019
The Kenuozou Sümi Küqhakulu Kohima (KSKK) would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to the following individuals and organizations for their kind contribution and physical presence during the Silver Jubilee-cum-Tuluni Celebration of KSKK on the 8th of July, 2019. 1. Shri. Khriehu Liezietsu, Hon’ble MLA, 10th Northern Angami-I A/C 2. Shri. Hezheto Yeptho, 1st Chairman, KSKK 3. Shri. Joseph Hesso, IPS, DIG (HQ), Nagaland 4. Dr. Pihoto I. Khala, Gen. Secretary, Kohima Sümi Hoho 5. Shri. Apfhü Mechie-o, Chairman, Kenuozou Welfare Board Kohima 6. Shri. Keduo-o Zumu, Ex-Chairman, Kenuozou Welfare Board Kohima 7. Kohima Sümi Hoho (KSH) 8. Kenuozou Welfare Board Kohima (KWBK) Further, the KSKK would like to acknowledge all its members/in-laws/ well wishers for their contribution/donation and active participation in making the celebration a grand success. (T. VIHOSHE NEKHA) (H. ZHETOVI SHOHE) Chairman Secretary Jubilee Planning Board Jubilee Planning Board
this time.” Koscielny, who joined Arsenal from French side Lorient in 2010, has made over 350 appearances for the London club. Arsenal are set to play Colorado Rapids, who are also owned by the club’s majority shareholder Stan Kroenke, on Monday before facing Bayern Munich, Fiorentina and Real Madrid in the International Champions Cup.
The MEWT congratulates Mr. Nonghothung N Kikon for being promoted to Lt. Colonel NSCN K (Khango). The Ekhung while wishing him good health, hopes and pray that he will discharge his responsibility keeping in mind the will and wishes of the Naga people. Sd/Sd/Rhonathung Kikon Eliyamo Yanthan Chairman Information Secy.
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Olympique Lyonnais were interested in signing him. “Laurent Koscielny has refused to travel to the U.S. for our pre-season tour,” Arsenal said in a statement. “We are very disappointed by Laurent’s actions, which are against our clear instructions. We hope to resolve this matter and will not be providing any further comment at
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Lo n do n, J u l 1 1 (Agencies): Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny has refused to travel with the squad for their preseason tour to the United States, the Premier League club said on Thursday. The 33-year-old French centre back has one more year on his contract and British media reported that Ligue 1 clubs Girondins Bordeaux and
semifinal format has its own charm as it completely negates a team’s previous performances in the event. “But I think that’s the challenge and different kind of fun of these games as well that you have to be precise. It doesn’t matter what you have done before that. It’s a fresh day, fresh start, and if you are not good enough, you go home,” Kohli said. “So you have to accept that, as I said. It’s a different challenge for all the teams to turn up on that day and be absolutely at the top of their
first class cricket if I’m not wrong, so the talent has obviously always been there.” Kohli rated Jadeja’ rear-guard knock as one of the best he has ever seen of the left-hander, which raised visions of an improbable win for India. “And in my watching Jadeja for 10 years, me playing with him as well, this is probably his top quality, like best knock according to me because the kind of pressure, the stage we are at, almost out of the game and then he produces that. So he was very motivated,” he said. “Yes, at that stage, we all felt like in the changing room the game can be closed out, it can be done, but then again he played so well and then a mistake can happen at any stage — I don’t think it was even a mistake, it was lack of execution which in one-day cricket you have to take a risk here and there,” he said.
game and whoever does that they get the result, as you saw today.” Kohli was effusive in his praise for Ravindra Jadeja (77 off 59 balls), who, in the company of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (50), stitched 116 runs for the seventh wicket to keep India in the hunt. Jadeja’s knock came after his tiff with former cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar, who had called the all-rounder a “bits and pieces player”. “I don’t think we, any of us had to say anything to Jadeja after what happened over the last one week. He was quite ready to just get on to the park, to be honest (smiling),” said the India skipper. “And you saw the passion with which he played and we have seen it in Test cricket a few times, he’s played knock under tremendous pressure and he’s got three triple hundreds in
Manchester, Jul 11 (PTI): Favourites going into the semifinals, one bad day in office ruined India’s World Cup hopes, and Virat Kohli suggested the ICC to consider introducing IPLstyle playoffs in the knockout stages in future to ensure a level-playing field. By his own admission, India lost the match in the first 45 minutes of their chase of 240, shattering a billion hopes days after the team finished on top of the league stage. Asked whether IPLstyle playoffs should be an option in future, Kohli said, “Who knows in future. Maybe. If topping the table means anything. I think these things can come into consideration, looking at the magnitude of this tournament.” “That is a really valid point. You never know when that is going to be implemented.” The Indian skipper, however, said the
Dated Wokha 10th July 2019
Shompo Sulanthung Humtsoe, Ex MLA, Lakhuti village, Wokha District, Nagaland, ji na 15th December 2018 nchok Baghty Town Hall ji lo na Baghty Area Public thyutathüng heto phyocho : Shompo T.R. Zeliang na Nagaland Chief Minister tssoa thüng mbo thüngi na Lotha Hoho, Okying Wokha, Esai den na orang Rs.50,00,000.00 (Rupees fifty lakh) only, khicho. Osi orang shi khi Nagaland Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulation & Rules 2012 ji panlana yitssopheni (High Court) oyi tssothechicho. Shompo Sulanthung na elani heto ha phyolancho : Lotha Hoho Esai den na Wokha – Merapani Road Project contractor M/S CS Infraconstruction Limited thüngi orang choncho khatola contractor ji na npio ji tsükona LH na contractor ji Legal Notice pitacho. Shompo Sulanthung Ex. MLA, na heto oyi shiang ephyowo jiang ntio kvuto thüngoe na phyocho sana Lotha Hoho okho thüngi oro engathe pile to Lotha Hoho na Shompo Sulanthung Humtsoe thüngi chuti echung ethüm erancho –12th January 2019 nchok tsüngon 15 (taro mungo) yuta vayicho, tolia ntia janlan Lotha Hoho thüngi npicho, 5th February 2019 nchok ha Lotha Hoho na chuti eranlancho nchok 15 (taro mungo) yuta vayicho tolia Lotha Hoho thüngi ntia janlan npicho. EX MLA ji yikrachi vayisi yuta pilana elani 5th June 2019 nchok ha chuti eranlancho osi nchok 10 (taro) yuta vayilancho; tolia Shompo Sulanthung Humtsoe na Lotha Hoho ji ngangiyia tae vansi ntia janlan npiv sicho. Heto Shompo Sulanthung Humtsoe, EX MLA, na Lotha Hoho ji ntsayiv ntia janlan npio ji tsükona Lotha Hoho Executive Council na 24th June 2019 nchok LTC Hall, Wokha, ji lona thyutathüng methako ji ephanina Shompo Sulanthung Humtsoe, Ex. MLA ji Lotha Hoho lona nzyu 10 (taro) tsükona khaki siala. Shompo Sulanthung Humtsoe, EX MLA na nzyu 10 (taro) tsükona Lotha Hoho lo ntia ephyo esan nkhiche to Lotha Hoho na methak shi piala osi vatala.
(ER.MHONDAMO OVUNG) (S.ABEN NGULLIE) Chairman General Secretary Lotha Hoho, Okying Wokha, Nagaland
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England through to ICC WC final
Jeremy smashes Youth World record Crush defending champions Australia; set up final vs NZ Apia, Jul 11 (PTI):
England’s Jofra Archer (22) and teammates celebrate the dismissal of captain Aaron Finch during their semi-final match against Australia. (AP/PTI)
Birmingham, Jul 11 (Agencies): England defeated defending champions Australia to storm into the final of the 2019 Cricket World Cup. England will face New Zealand at Lord’s on July 14 in a face-off not many expected before the start of the tournament. England are now in their 4th World Cup final while New Zealand reached their second successive final in a World Cup. In 2015, New Zealand had lost to Australia in a one-sided title clash. England had entered World Cup finals in 1975, 1987 and 1992 before
2019. 5-time world champions Australia were bowled out for 223 after Chris Woakes and Adil Rashid took 3 wickets each for England. Jofra Archer, playing his maiden World Cup and the star of England’s bowling attack, picked 3 wickets. Chasing a modest total at Edgbaston, England never looked like going wrong. Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow added 124 for the first wicket before Joe Root and Eoin Morgan steered the hosts home. Mitchell Starc, meanwhile broke an all-time
record when he went past Glenn McGrath for the most wickets in a single edition of the World Cup. Jason Roy led the charge for England with a 65-ball 85 while Bairstow, Root and Morgan ensured Australia never had a foot in the door. Earlier in the day, Australia captain Aaron Finch won the toss and decided to bat. But Jofra Archer drew first blood for Englandf in the 2nd over when he removed Finch for a duck. David Warner finished with 647 runs in the World Cup, 1 short of the tournament’s highest run-scorer
so far - Rohit Sharma. But in the semi-final, Warner scored only 9 before he fell to Chris Woakes in the 3rd over. Woakes inflicted more damage on Australia when he dismissed Peter Handscomb who had come in as repalcement for the injured Usman Khawaja. However, Australia showed some fight with Steve Smith leading the charge. He joined forces with Alex Carey who braved a hit on the jaw to add 103 for the 4th wicket. Leg-spinner Adil Rashid dismissed Carey and Marcus Stoinis in the 28th over and that signalled the end of Australia’s challenge with the bat. Mitchell Starc scored an impressive 29 and was involved in a crucial stand with Smith but both men fell off successive deliveries. Steve Smith was run out for 85 while Starc fell to Woakes in the 48th over. 20 years ago, Australia had pulled off a stunning tie against South Africa in the semi-final. This time, there would be no such miracle as England raced away to a sensational victory. Brief Scores Australia: 223 all out (Smith 85; Woakes 3/20, Rashid 3/54) England: 226/2 (Jason Roy 85, Joe Root 49 n.o, Eoin Morgan 45 n.o)
Youth Olympics gold medallist Jeremy Lalrinnunga smashed three records in a power-packed performance but failed to register a clean and jerk lift on day three at the Commonwealth Championships here Thursday. In a remarkable performance, the 16-year-old Jeremy, competing in the 67 kg category, obliterated the Youth World, Asian and Commonwealth records in the snatch category with a lift of 136kgs. The earlier Youth World and Asian records were also in his name when he had lifted 134kgs at the Asian Championship in Ningbo, China in April. However, the Mizoram weightlifter missed out on a clean and jerk lift and thus could register a total lift score at the gold level Olympic qualifying event, the points from which will be counted when the final rankings for Tokyo 2020 cut are done. Other Indian lifters continued impressive show by winning six medals, including four golds, two silvers and a bronze. Achinta Sheuli lifted a total of 305kgs (136kg+169kg) to win the senior and junior men’’s 73kg gold. In the women’’s 76kg category, Manpreet Kaur lifted 207kg (91kg+116kg) to clinch the yellow metal.
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Kohima Inter-School Football tournament
St. Mary’s Cathedral, DBHSS in semis
Kohima, Jul 11(NPN): St. Mary’s Cathedral Higher Secondary School team entered the semi-finals of the ongoing 3rd Kohima District Inter School Football tournament on Thursday. In a seven goal thriller, St Mary’s HSS snatched 4-3 victory over Mount Carmel Higher Secondary School here at IG Stadium, Kohima. Tepevil with his hattrick became the highest goal scorer of the tournament with eight goals in his name. In the match, Tepevil opened the scoring for St. Mary’s HSS within the introduction of the match. However Tonwang conceded an own goal in the 19th minute to helped Mt. Carmel team get the equaliser and their striker Razuovituo gave the lead in the 28th minute. In the second half, it was a different story as Tonwang rose up on the occasion to score for the team making up his mistake in the first half. And their striker Tepevil with his brilliant effort struck twice in 44th and 51st minute making it 4-2. Zunio did score in 61st minute to minimise the goal difference but St. Mary’s managed to hold on to the lead till the final whistle to win the match. They will now play their semifinal match against
Players of Don Bosco HSS and Minister’s Hill Baptist HSS in action during their quarterfinal match at IG Stadium, Kohima on Thursday. (NP)
John Government Higher Secondary School, Viswema on July 13. Meanwhile, Don Bosco Higher Secondary School rode on their luck as they overcame Minister’s Hill Baptist Higher Secondary School 2-1 to enter the semifinal. Minister’s Hill team hit the woodwork twice and quality goalkeeping from Don Bosco keeper did the magic for the team. In the match, Don Bosco HSS opened the scoring through Khriesizo header in the 30th minute to take the deserving lead. Minister’s Hill team hit back but failed to breach the defensive team as Don Bosco hold on to the lead until a penalty was awarded to opponent team for a handball inside the danger area in the 68th min-
ute. Toshiakum Ozukum coolly converted the penalty to make it 1-1 in the 68th minute. However there was no much drama with Don Bosco sticking on the draw in the 80th minute match. In the extra time, Rüguozetuo struck the winning goal for Don Bosco HSS in the 80th minute. With the win, Don Bosco will play against first edition champions Rüzhükhrie Higher Secondary School on July 13. Rato Pusa, additional director, Youth Resources & Sports graced Thursday’s matches as the match patron. Saturday’s matches 1st match: 1:00 PM John GHSS Vs St. Mary’s Cathedral HSS 2nd match: 2:40 pm Rüzhükhrie GHSS Vs DBHSS
Rijiju meets Nagaland girls team Halep through to Wimbledon Open final
Kiren Rijiju with Neiphiu Rio, U-15 Nagaland girls football team and others in New Delhi on Thursday.
Dimapur, Jul 11 (NPN): Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Kiren Rijiju met the Under15 Girls Football Team of Nagaland in New Delhi on Thursday morning and gave them a warm send-off as the young team travelled to Sweden to participate in the Gothia Cup, the world’s largest youth football tournament. This year, 80 nations are participating in the international tournament, and the team from
Nagaland is representing India. The team was accompanied by the chief minister of Nagaland, Neiphiu Rio. The footballers met the sports minister at his residence. Wishing them the best for the tournament, Rijiju said, “It is a matter of great pride for the nation that these young girls have qualified for the tournament. I met their coach and spoke to him about training methods and his expecta-
tion from the team, and I am confident that they will do well.” Speaking about the participation of the team, chief minister Neiphiu Rio said, “Football in Nagaland has always had tremendous potential and now we have the opportunity to widen the platform for excellence, at the international level. This participation is an achievement towards expressing gender equality through football.”
L o nd o n , J u l 1 1 (Agencies): Simona Halep booked her spot in a first Wimbledon ladies final with a demolition job on Elina Svitolina. The Romanian, a former world number one, secured her place in Saturday’s showpiece occasion with a 6-1 6-3 victory over the Ukrainian No.8 seed in 73 minutes. The 27-year-old, a proven Grand Slam champion, was full of joy after becoming the first woman from her country to play in this prestigious final. It had threaten to be a long, drawn-out first semifinal with the first two games taking 20 minutes to get going. Yet after that Halep was in no mood to hang around on a hot afternoon on Centre Court, cruising through the games, hitting the ball cleanly and destroying her weary opponent. Halep took the first set 6-1 on the sixth set point and then thanks to a crucial break in the seventh game of the second set the victory was achieved. Halep said, “It’s an
80th anniversary of IGFA observed in Dimapur
Young anglers along with Derek D’souza and officials of Anglers Association Nagaland at the children’s camp on Thursday.
Dimapur, Jul 11 (NPN): Dimapur became the first venue in the country to observe the 80th anniversary of the International Game Fishing Association (IGFA). As part of observance, IGFA also conducted children’s camp - Passports to
Fishing, all over the world to attract young people towards the passion for angling as a sport. Passports to Fishing in Dimapur was organised on Thursday at Chishi Pond by the Anglers Association Nagaland (AAN) and was conducted by IGFA India
Representative. A total number of 20 children attended the day long event. Children were taught about various interesting aspects including conservation and stewardship of angling. Derek D’souza, who is also the technical ad-
visor for AAN, said the organisation has set a target to achieve of covering 100,000 children across the world and teach them to fish, building the next generation of ethical, educated and accomplished anglers around the world. Phukato Sumi, president, ANN said Nagaland state association is keen to initiate more activities that would help develop angling as a sport in the state. He assured All the participants were presented with certificates, angling gears and accessories of Pelagic Tribe. The IGFA is a non profit organisation committed to the conservation of game fishing and the promotion of responsible, ethical angling practices, through science, education, rule making, record keeping and recognition of outstanding accomplishments in the field of angling.
amazing feeling. I am really excited and nervous. It’s one of the best moments of my life. I will try to enjoy everything. I am happy to get there.” “It wasn’t as easy as the score showed. Every game was long and deep. I fought hard. It was tough to play. I played the right tactic. I was stronger mentally and physically. I have more experience. I am positive on court, I don’t give up anymore. I have learned a lot. I will fight until the end.” Meanwhile, Serena Williams made light work of Barbora Strycova to reach the Wimbledon final and stand one win away from a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title. The American was just too powerful for the Czech in a 6-1 6-2 win that set up a final against Romania’s Simona Halep. Williams, chasing an eighth singles title here, dominated throughout against Strycova, who at 33 was the oldest Grand Slam semi-final debutant. The American wrapped up victory with just 59 minutes on the clock.
Simona Halep celebrates after defeating Elina Svitolina during their Wimbledon women’s semi-final match on Thursday.
Federer, Nadal set up blockbuster semifinal
Swiss legend Roger Federer rallied from a set down to defeat Kei Nishikori 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, 6-4 and set up a showdown in the Wimbledon semifinals against archrival Rafael Nadal, a contest that will be their first at the Cathedral of Tennis since the epic 2008 men’s singles final. Nadal also struggled in the early going of his quarterfinal match on Wednesday against American Sam Querrey before finding a higher gear to win 7-5, 6-2,
6-2, reports Efe news. With his 100th match victory at the Wimbledon, the most he has recorded at any of the four Grand Slam tournaments, 37-year-old Federer set up the dream contest once more against Nadal that fans have been waiting for ever since the draw was unveiled. Ahead of that contest, Federer told the media he expected a different match than the ones they played at Wimbledon more than a decade ago. Last month
the two met in another epic clash at the Roland Garros, where the Spaniard defeated the Swiss veteran. When Federer and Nadal meet in Friday’s match, it will be their first match at Wimbledon since the 2008 final, when the Spaniard held off a thrilling comeback by the Swiss to win 6-4, 6-4, 6-7 (5-7), 6-7 (8-10), 9-7. That contest was the longest final ever at Wimbledon and is widely considered the greatest match in tennis history.
Liverpool’s Origi signs new long-term contract L o nd o n, J u l 1 1 (Agencies): Liverpool’s Belgium striker Divock Origi has signed a new long-term contract with the European champions, the Premier League club said on Wednesday. Origi scored crucial goals for the Liverpool last season — including a late winner in the Merseyside derby against Everton, a double in the Champions League semi-final comeback against Barcelona and one in the final versus Tottenham Hotspur. “I always felt comfortable here. I made steps during my career... I became a man here at this club, I signed when I was 19,” Origi, 24, said on Liverpool’s website here “We’re still young so there’s a lot of potential in the group. I’m just having fun in training and on the pitch. Those are all impor-
tant factors as a player.” Since joining Liverpool in 2014 from Lille on a five-year deal, Origi has scored 28 goals in 98 games for the club. Liver pool, who missed out on the league title to Manchester City by one point last season, play Pep Guardiola’s side in the Community Shield on August 4 before they begin the new league campaign on August 9 at home to promoted Norwich City.
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