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Vol XXIX No. 191

DIMAPUR, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2019 Pages 12 ` 5.00

Doctors in NE states join IMA strike

Women’s WC: US beat Chile to reach last 16

Johnson gets boost in race to become Britain’s new PM

northeast, Page 4

sports, Page 12

international, Page 9

First session of 17th Parl session begins Forget numbers, be active in House, PM tells opposition

NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (AGENCIES): The maiden session of the 17th Lok Sabha commenced Monday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP chief Amit Shah and Congress president Rahul Gandhi among the 320 of the 542 MPs taking oath during the first day of the two-day long swearing-in ceremony marked by some controversy, slip-ups and slogan shouting. Linguistic diversity was in full play with the oath being taken in different languages as several newlyelected members sported colourful attire, traditional shawls and headgears while a section wore a saffron look. As the Leader of the House, Modi was the first to take oath as member of the lower house, nearly four weeks after leading BJP to a resounding victory in the Lok Sabha polls. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister and BJP president Amit Shah, Transport and Highways minister Nitin Gadkari were among the prominent members who took oath. The oath was adminis-

Narendra Modi

Rahul Gandhi

tered by seven-term BJP MP Virendra Kumar shortly after he was sworn in by President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Kumar will also oversee the election of the Lok Sabha speaker on Wednesday. When Modi’s name was called out by the Secretary General for taking oath, members from the ruling NDA thumped the desk greeting the prime minister with slogans such as “ModiModi” and “Bharat Mata ki Jai”. Amid thumping of desks by Congress members, Rahul Gandhi took oath in English. He won the election from Wayanad in Kerala. Besides the union ministers who were elected to Lok Sabha, members from 23 states and union territories took oath. In all, 320 MPs took oath,

according to a Lok Sabha bulletin. The remaining 222 members will take oath on Tuesday. Lone Lok Sabha MP from Nagaland Tokheho Yepthomi also took oath. “I took oath as Member of Parliament for my second term. I thank the people of Nagaland and Almighty God for this blessing,” Tokheho said in a tweet. In the Monsoon session, a full-fledged Union Budget will be presented on July 5. The session concludes on July 26. The Lok Sabha at present has 542 elected members. Elections to Vellore seat in Tamil Nadu was cancelled as Election Commission felt excessive money power was being used to lure voters in that constituency. A fresh date is yet to be announced.

Stressing on the importance of an active opposition in democracy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday told them not to bother about their numbers and instead actively take part in the Lok Sabha’s proceedings. Before taking oath as a member on the first day of the 17th Lok Sabha, Modi said the role of an “opposition and an active opposition is important in a parliamentary democracy”. “The opposition need not bother about their numbers. I hope they speak actively and participate in house proceedings,” Modi told reporters in Parliament complex. Modi also urged MPs to work for the country in an impartial way and address issues related to larger interests of the country. “When we come to Parliament, we should forget ‘paksh’ (allies) and ‘vipaksh’ (opposition). We should think about issues with a ‘nishpaksh (unbiased) spirit’ and work in

the larger interests of the nation.” The spirit of impartiality was important and his government would try to preserve the dignity of Parliament in the next five years, he added. And repeating his appeal of Sunday, the Prime Minister urged MPs to let Parliament work smoothly so that the aspirations of the people were fulfilled. Noting that Monday marks the start of the first Parliament session after the Lok Sabha elections, the Prime Minister welcomed all new MPs and said: “With them comes new hopes, new aspirations and new determination to serve.” Requesting all parties to support the mandate given by the people, Modi said: “After several decades a government has won an absolute majority for a second term. People have given us the chance to serve the country again. I request all the parties to support the decisions that are in favour of people.”

Nadda is BJP working president, Shah to remain party chief

State seeks Centre’s support in completing medical college in time

Pvt airlines accused of manipulating weighing machine

support from the Union H&FW ministry to complete the work within the stipulated time. Phom also congratulated both Vardhan and Choubey for assuming office as Union H&FW minister and MoS of H&FW respectively and expressed his confidence that under their leadership the nation would see tremendous strides in the health sector. Phom was accompanied by H&FW principal secretary Himato Zhimomi and H&FW director Dr Vizolie. This was stated in a press release by media secretary to H&FW minister, Nagaland. On June 8, Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio along Health & Family Welfare minister S. Pangnyu Phom and others visited the Medical College site, Phriebagei Kohima, to review ongoing work.

DIMAPUR JUN 17 (NPN): A serious allegation of a private airlines, using a faulty baggage weighing machine at Dimapur airport has exposed how passengers have been overcharged on is account. This was exposed by Nagaland BJP state unit executive member and secretary (protocol), Bimal Sethi Monday, who alleged that IndiGo airlines ground crew over charged his wife for excess baggage due to a faulty weighing machine. He alleged that the weighing machine at the airport counter was manipulated, which showed four kgs more than the actual weight of his wife’s baggage. Sethi said while the weighing machine at the Air India counter showed 14 kgs, the IndiGo weighing machine showed it as 17 kgs.

JP Nadda (File)

NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (AGENCIES): Former Union minister JP Nadda was elected as the national working president of the BJP at the party’s parliamentary board meeting on Monday evening. Amit Shah, who has entered the Narendra Modi cabinet as the home minister, will continue to be BJP chief and will likely see the party through assembly elections in Maharashtra, Haryana and Jharkhand elections later this year. The BJP parliamentary board has selected JP Nadda as working president, senior leader and defence minister Rajnath Singh told reporters. 58-year old Nadda, a Brahmin leader from Himachal Pradesh, enjoys the confidence of the party’s top brass, is trusted by the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh and enjoys a clean reputation.

This is it!

“Since this shop belongs to him, you shouldn’t be demanding tax.” K Y M C

Pangnyu calls on Dr Harsh Vardhan in New Delhi Monday.

DIMAPUR, JUN 17 (NPN): Nagaland Health & Family Welfare (H&FW) minister S Pangnyu Phom has sought continuous support from the Union H&FW ministry in completing the Nagaland Medical College (NMC) in time. Meeting Union H&FW minister Dr Harsh Vardhan and Union minister of state (MoS) for H&FW Ashwini Kumar Choubey at the

former’s chamber in New Delhi on Monday, Phom appraised the Union ministers both on NMC and National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). Pointing out that Nagaland was the only State that did not have a medical college, he said the State government was fully committed to make the medical college functional by 202021 and sought continuous

Healthcare services hit as doctors pan-India go on strike NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (AGENCIES): Healthcare services were severely affected across the country on Monday as doctors wearing helmets and forming human chains went on a strike in solidarity with their protesting colleagues in West Bengal. A large number of patients and their relatives, caught unaware of the strike, were seen waiting outside various hospitals, appealing to authorities for help. The Indian Medical Association (IMA) called for a nationwide strike to withdraw non-emergency healthcare services after junior doctors in West Bengal went on a strike against a brutal attack on their colleagues. In many government and private hospitals across the country, out-patient departments (OPD) remained closed and scheduled surgeries were postponed. However, emergency services remained operational. SC agrees to hear PIL: Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking security for doctors at government hospitals

Students and doctors protest at King George’s Medical University in Lucknow, Monday (PTI)

across the country. A Vacation Bench of Justices Deepak Gupta and Surya Kant listed the matter for hearing on Tuesday. The petition filed on Friday sought an urgent hearing and also sought directions to union ministries and West Bengal government to depute security personnel at all state-run hospitals to ensure safety and security of doctors. Mamata meets protesting doctors; strike withdrawn: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee asked police to appoint nodal officers for security of doctors at all government hospitals in the state as she met the striking medicos on Monday in a bid to end the week-long

impasse. In the meeting, which was held at the state secretariat, a doctors’ delegation apprised Banerjee of the problems they have been facing at medical colleges and hospitals and said they fear for their safety. Mamata said the state government has taken adequate measures and arrested five people involved in NRS incident. Meanwhile, protesting doctors in West Bengal Monday agreed to withdraw their week-long stir after chief minister Mamata Banerjee announced steps to scale up security at hospitals. “We are satisfied with the meeting,” a representative of the doctors said.

Hope trend of using Parliament as ‘rubber stamp’ is reversed: Cong

Heavy rains likely today

NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (PTI): Alleging that the Modi gover nment used Parliament as a “rubber stamp” during its previous tenure, the Congress Monday hoped that this trend is reversed and key bills are not pushed without legislative scrutiny using “brute majority”. The Congress’ assertion came in response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remarks ahead of the Monsoon Session that the opposition need not “bother about their numbers” as their every word is “valuable” to the government. “Legislation through ordinance is a very unhealthy practice in a democracy. It should only be used in extreme cases where there is an emergency requirement otherwise the due processes of lawmaking must to be followed by the government (Cont’d on p-7) in office,” senior Congress

leader Anand Sharma said. “We will now wait for the Prime Minister’s assurance in this regard and whether the practice that was followed in the last five years is reversed, because in the last five years what we have seen is disrespect to Parliament, where the bills were brought by the government and because of its brute majority in the Lok Sabha, Parliament was treated as a rubber stamp,” he said. Most of the bills were not sent to the standing committee for legislative scrutiny which is important for any law to be made, Sharma said. The Congress hopes that now this practice will be honoured and dependence of ordinance and pushing through the bills without scrutiny will not be repeated by the government, he said.

Manipur body warns of stir if CAB reintroduced in Parl 8 held for hijacking IMPHAL, JUN 17 (AGENCIES): Concerned about the possible reintroduction of contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill during the monsoon session of 17th Lok Sabha, Manipur People Against Citizenship Amendment Bill (MANPAC) reaffirmed its stand to put up resistance collectively with other North Eastern states if the Bill is legislated. MANPAC also issued a warning to launch various forms of intense agitations if the Bill is reintroduced in the Parliament. MANPAC is an umbrella body of several civil bodies operating in Manipur, who spearheaded the protest against the passing of citizenship Bill last year. Yumnamcha Dilipkumar, convenor MANPAC, said they will never allow the contentious bill to be passed without the consent of people. MANPAC never believed what the BJP promised in its manifesto that the Bill will not affect the unique linguistic, cultural and social values of the North Eastern people, he added. Although the BJP won the 17th Lok Sabha election with thumping victory in some of the states with Citizen Amendment Bill as one of its main poll agenda,

truck along border

Civil society organisations during a protest against Citizenship Bill (File/Sitlhou)

he contended that the Bill is disastrous for the region, particularly Manipur, and (Bill) could wipe out indigenous communities. A constituent body of North East Forum for Indigenous People (NEFIP), MANPAC endorses the resolution of the NEFIP meeting held on April 30 at Shillong, to collectively fight with other North Eastern states to determine their own future if the Bill is legislated, said the MANPAC convenor. Ningthouja Lancha, NEFIP con-

venor and MANPAC co-convenor, intimated that NEFIP along with its constituent organisations has reiterated the resolution to determine their own future if the controversial bill is legislated. Lancha alleged that mainland India has been waging a ‘bio-political’ war with its racist policies against the indigenous people of northeast. Nevertheless, the northeast as a whole is also prepared to carry out a mass resistance movement against such racist policies, he cautioned.

BOKAJAN, JUN 17 (AGENCIES): In a major crackdown, the Khatkhati Police thwarted a bid to smuggle a loaded 10 wheeler truck along AssamNagaland border in East Karbi Anglong on Monday. Police also arrested 8 persons including the driver and the helper of the truck in connection, The Sentinel report stated. As reported, the truck (WB 19G 7465) loaded with processed tea, was on its way to Guwahati from Tinsukia. However, the driver changed course from the Numaligarh junction and started heading towards Dimapur. The owner who lost contact with his driver noticed the development in the GPS device fitted in his truck and alerted the Khatkhati police of suspected hijacking. Accordingly, the Khatkhati police laid a trap and successfully recovered the truck while it was approaching the last police check post at Khatkhati and pass into Nagaland. Police arrested the driver Tilok Biswakarma and helper Suman Chetry from the truck. Meanwhile, the shocking revelations made by the driver in police custody led to the arrest of 6 other accomplices who assisted in the truck-jacking attempt. The arrested have been identified as Gilbert Pao, Kivi Kiho, Rana Choudhary, Swarup Sahani, Subodh Yadav and Biki Deb. All are resident of Dimapur, Nagaland.

DIMAPUR, JUN 17 (NPN): Moderate to heavy rains are expected over Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram while light to moderate rains would be a sight over the rest of North East India, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and Sikkim and Odisha. According to Skymet Weather report, Cyclone Vayu as a Low-Pressure Area was expected to give intense rains in Nagaland and Manipur. Cyclone Vayu has weakened into a Low-Pressure Area and is now lying over the Kutch region. In the East, a Cyclonic Circulation is over Gangetic West Bengal and adjoining Bangladesh. Humid winds from the Bay of Bengal are also blowing across Northeast India.

IMA Nagaland grateful

DIMAPUR, JUN 17 (NPN): Indian Medical Association (IMA), Nagaland state branch, which joined the IMA nationwide strike call Monday, has expressed gratitude to all members of the medical fraternity for their “unconditional and complete participation” in the state-wide strike. IMA Nagaland branch had called for suspension of all nonessential medical services from 6 a.m. on June 17 to 6 a.m. on June 18. In a press release, IMA Nagaland state branch president Dr. Kezevituo Keditsu said that the overwhelming support of doctors all over Nagaland has made “resoundingly clear” that there would be zero tolerance of any attack or violence directed to any member of medical fraternity. IMA Nagaland branch has also thanked the public for standing by them and cooperating in “our protest against this grievous and inhumane wrong.” Further, it also congratulated sister branches across the country for succeeding in having their voices heard and extend continued support and solidarity to the (Cont’d on p-7) IMA. K Y M C


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SDO Seyochung office inaugurated

V. Kashiho Sangtam inaugurating the new sub-divisional office on June 14 at Seyochung town.

DIMAPUR: Office of the sub-divisional office (SDO) for Soil and Water Conservation was inaugurated at Seyochung Town on June 14 by V. Kashiho Sangtam, minister for Soil & Water Conservation, Geology & Mining. A press release from DSCO, Kiphire junior soil conservation officer, Nzanbemo Murry stated that, V.

Kashiho Sangtam, speaking on the occasion asserted that the PDA government objectives was to fullfil the promise of development. He however said that landowners and stakeholders should be willing to extend support and cooperation for development to take place on the ground. Stressing on the importance to develop rural

areas, Kashiho said rural economy should focus on the unique strength of each area, rather than concentrating on ameliorating generic weakness. Pointing out that inauguration of Soil & Water Conservation office in Seyochung town will infuse and accelerate development in rural areas, he also reiterated that rural economic

development should address and harness the efficient distribution of economic activity rather than attempt to replicate urban economies. Sangtam also expressed gratitude to the government, stating that whatever development was taking place in kiphire was because PDA government was serious about development in backward areas. Minister also launched MIS on Integrated Catchm e n t A r e a Tr e a t m e n t ( I C AT ) a n d N a t i o n a l Adoption Fund for Climate Change (NAFCC). Short speech was delivered by Viliehu Nguzhu director of Soil& Water Conservation in the programme chaired by Vikeyie Kenya, commissioner & secretary, Soil & Water Conservation, while the vote of thanks was proposed by Chumei Yanlem, district soil conservation officer Kiphire. Others who were present included department officials, HoDs and leaders from various organizations.

Training on paddy-cumfish farming DIMAPUR: Agricultural Technology Management Agency (ATMA) Phek in collaboration with ICAR, Research Complex for NEH Region, Nagaland centre organised farmers training programme on May 29 under the theme, “paddy-cumfish farming under rain fed condition in Nagaland”. A press release by ATMA Phek stated that the trainees were trained on various topics and disciplines by resource person scientist, fisheries, Jyotish Barman and SRF, Animal Husbandry, Dr. Talimoa Mollier. Weather based advisory in Nagaland through SMS and farmer’s scientist interaction through social media were also taught, along with demonstration on AI & transportation of the AI kits. The team was led by fishery demonstrator, Phek, Dzuthoru Chotso. Altogether 16 trainees participated in the training programme.

LOU DHEP meets NEEPCO officials Various organisations

condemn murder incident

LOU DHEP delegation with NEEPCO officials at Shillong on June 13.

DIMAPUR: Land Owners Union (LOU), Doyang Hydro Electric Project Wokha delegation held marathon meeting with the CMD NEEPCO and top officials at Shillong on June 13. A press note by vice president, LOU DHEP,L. Chumbemo Kithan stated that, the highlights of the meeting included group

C&D employment, infrastructure development, roads, healthcare, upgradation of VKV school, 12 % royalty and CSR scheme among other things. Union expressed gratitude towards the CMD NEEPCO for his positive response and commitment. E a r l i e r, t h e LO U DHEP team led by presi-

DIMAPUR: Various organisations have expressed strong condemnations at the murder of late Helen Zhimo, wife of Phoishe Zhimo of Puhuto village on June 13 at NZP Rangapahar, Dimapur. KVC: Kupuhe Village Council (KVC) in a condemnation by KVC chairman has urged law enforcement agency and district administration to book the culprit according to the law of land. STHKA: Sumi Totimi Hoho Khaghaboto Area (STHKA) in a condemnation by president, Higholi H Zhimo and secretary, STHKA, Kakheli Aye, has appealed the authority to

dent Rhanbemo Odyuo, during its visit to affected villages, held thorough discussion, collected the grievances and went to meet NEEPCO officials in Shillong. It held a co-ordination meeting with all 17 affected villages, starting from Pangti village on May 18 which culminated in Arre Old and New on June 1. DIMAPUR: NPGN/NNC Ao region has condemned the “unauthorized” statement issued by M. Toshi Lemtur and clarified that Shoba Lakhum was unanimously elected by Tatar Hoho on May 31, 2019 as interim president. In a press statement, NPGN/NNC Ao region, chairman, Imkong Pongen claimed that T. Ovung was relieved from the post of acting president and appointed as advisor to collective leadership on moral ground. However, owing to his “ignorant reaction”, the NCRC (Sumi) Kohima celebrated “Father's Day” with Kavitoli A. Jakhalu (Inset) as house had impeached him speaker under the theme, “A father who lives in fellowship with God” on June 16. from the membership of (NCRC Kohima) NPGN/NNC with immedi-

Dignitaries and participants of covenant orientation programme at Chizami on June 16. (NP)

KOHIMA, JUN 17 (NPN): Couples For Christ (CFC) Nagaland conducted “covenant orientation” at Sacred Heart Parish, Chizami in Phek district with Rev. Fr. Neikhalo Patrick as the main celebrant during the Holy Eucharist on June 16. Covenant orientation K Y M C

is part of the first year formation programme for all CFC members. It is a required course for all CFC members and focused on the most basic elements of covenant in CFC, informed Mengukhrietuo Marcus, chapter head-cum-state coordinator, CFC. The course aim is to expound on the mean-

NSLSA summer internship programme commences

DIMAPUR: Summer internship programme under Nagaland State Legal Services Authority (NSLSA) has commenced on June 17 for students undertaking Law degree courses. A press release from NSLSA public relations assistant stated that, the internship programme running for duration of 12 days has selected a total of 24 students to intensively acquaint them on legal aid and assistance through visitation of various institutions. The students will be interning under Kohima DLSA, Dimapur DLSA and Zunheboto DLSA and are being supervised under a project assistant or retainer lawyer for mentorship and guidance and overlooked by project coordinators. At Kohima and Dimapur, the interns met with the district and session judge and chief judicial magistrate and secretary

Dimapur Police recovers unidentified body DIMAPUR: Dimapur Police recovered an unidentified dead body of a male (nonNaga), aged 50 to 55 years at Chatiswari Colony, Dimapur on June 14. According to ADCP/PRO Dimapur, the deceased was wearing white colour tee-shirt and bluewhite checked shirt. PRO ascertained that the death was due to starvation or illness. On completion of all legal formalities the body has been shifted to District Hospital Dimapur for PM examination /identification. Claimant/relatives/friends of the deceased have been requested to contact officerin-charge/sub-urban (SBN) Police Station, Dimapur.

NPGN/NNC Ao region condemns ‘unauthorized’ statement

CFC conducts covenant orientation at Chizami

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look over and book the culprit at the earliest and award befitting punishment with the law of land. Hoho further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family and pray for eternal rest of the departed soul. KTKK: Khaghaboto To k u k u j o K u k a m i Kukhakulu (KTKK) in a condemnation by president, Vikato Aye and secretary, Khuheto Zhimomi, appealed the concerned authority to book the culprit and award befitting punishment. KTKK further conveyed deepest condolence to the bereaved family members and pray that the departed soul rest in eternal peace.

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ing and importance of covenant in CFC, on the more basic elements of this covenant and to deepen the commitment of CFC members to their life and calling in CFC. The resource persons of the programme included Pelevizo Peter Solo, Mengukhrietuo Marcus and Zasi Stany Rume.

ate effect. In this regard, Imkong said that Ovung has no right to claim as president, as he is no longer a member of NPGN/NNC. Imkong also claimed that bonafide member of “legitimate Govt. (NPGN/ NNC)” under the collective leadership led by Shoba Lakhum (interim president) and Z. Hozhito Chopy general secretary was the only bonafide government, which has been recognized by entire “Tribal hohos and apex Naga organizations and the member of NNPGs”. Therefore, the NPGN/ NNC Ao region cautioned T. Ovung and M. Toshi Lemtur not to mislead the

public and the innocent members for their own benefit. The Ao region further reaffirmed to stand firm with the decision of Tatar and will continue to contribute their efforts for strengthening the NPGN/ NNC. It also appealed to the entire Aos and Nagas and in general not to believe on the “selfish and self-centered statement” of T. Ovung and M.Toshi Lemtur as they were no longer members of NPGN/NNC. Further, M. T. Ovung and M. Toshi Lemtur have been asked not to use the name of NPGN/NNC so as to avoid misunderstanding and misguide in general.

Kohima DLSA members at the internship programme.

during an orientation programme held on June 17. The interns were briefed on the activities and assignments to be undertaken during the internship. During the orientation, students were briefed that in the following days, they will be visiting central/district jail; observation home/juvenile justice

news in Brief PVYO to conduct year round checking: Phiro Village Youth Organisation (PVYO) will be conducting year round checking against any illegal activities carried out under its jurisdiction. PVYO has informed that all illegal activities such as hunting, using chemicals in rivers, batteries and transporting IMFL and any type of intoxicating items within its area will be seized. PVYO further cautioned that it will deal sternly with the same and shall not claim responsibility for any untoward incident that may occur. DMA-SSA, Dimapur to conduct UDISE+ training: District mission authority-SSA (DMA-SSA) Dimapur will be conducting UDISE+ training on June 20, 10 a.m at town hall, Dimapur. All the government schools, private schools, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Kendriya Vidyalayas, schools under CBSDE, ICSE have been requested to send one person in-charge of UDISE without fail. NSWW, GPRN/NSCN women’s conference: GPRN/NSCN, NSWW programme organising committee has convened, women’s conferencecum-political class session at CHQ, Khehoyi D/ camp from June 21 to 23. All serving (women) national worker, widows and wives of national workers have been informed to attend the programme along with own bedding without fail. Transportation will be available from 10 a.m to 11 a.m at Diphupar junction and Niuland town traffic point on June 21. For further enquiry, one may contact at 8118979923/8837093170. DC Wokha informs: DC Wokha has informed all the shortlisted candidates that the computer practical test under DLRB will be held on June 19 from 10 am to 10:30 am at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Wokha. In this regard, all shortlisted candidates have been asked to produce the written admit card for the test. Lost and found: A mentally unsound Nepali woman, Sunita Thapa was found by concerned citizens at Dhobinalla, Dimapur on June 13 and currently lodged at Sakhi-One Stop Centre (OSC), Dimapur. If anyone has information, they may contact SakhiOSC, near District Hospital, Dimapur and also at 9485239094/03862- 237448. Corrigendum: Apropos the news item published on June 17, page 3 under the heading “DoL to train domestic workers” should be read as “the minimum wages enhanced for the scheduled employment in the state” and not as published. Inadvertent error is regretted.

NPGN/NNC Ao region clarifies DIMAPUR: NPGN/NNC Ao region has condemned the press statement of kilonser M Toshi Lemtor which was published on June 15 and asserted that it still supports May 31 decision of National Tatar Hoho. In a press release, NPGN/NNC Ao region, chairman, Imkong Pongen stated that Toshi Lemtor claiming to be Ao region chairman had issued the press statement extending support to T Ovung. The release clarified that the region still stand firm in support of the collective leadership, interim president, Lakam Shoba and general secretary, Hozhito Chophy till IndoNaga political issue was solved. NPGN/NNC Ao region has also warned Toshi not to misguide the members and public.

board; mental health institute/drug rehabilitation centre; child welfare committee; old age home/special homes; district court/ Gauhati High Court; attend legal awareness programme and legal literacy club in a school/legal services clinic. The interns will also interact with the jail inmates.

DHT medical staff extends solidarity to IMA

Assistant general manager (AGM), Hepuni Bismark of SBI, main branch Kohima under corporate social responsibility (CSR) donated dustbins to the Kohima district administration, which were received by DC, Kohima, Anoop Khinchi on June 17. (DIPR)

NPGN/NNC (N/A) Lotha region clarifies

DIMAPUR: NPGN/NNC (N/A) has refuted the news published on June 16 under the headline, “Lotha region clarifies” wherein the Lotha region in-charge N. Ovung had said that there is no such person by the name of M. Lotha in the register of Lotha region NPGN/NNC (N/A). A press release from NPGN/NNC

(N/A) Lotha region in-charge, N. Ovung stated that, in this regard, a meeting was held wherein it was resolved to trace out the said person. It stated that if found, he would be punished as per yezhabo as he was trying to tarnish the image of Lotha region as well as NPGN/NNC (N/A).

DIMAPUR: In view of the nationwide protest called by the Indian Medical Association (IMA), doctors and nurses of District Hospital Tuensang (DHT), has strongly condemned the recent act of violence on doctors and hospitals of NRSMCH, Kolkata. In a press release from district media officer, Tuensang, Apheang, stated that as a mark of protest, doctors of District Hospital Tuensang have suspended all nonessential medical services as well as OPDs on June 17 till June 18, 6 a.m. To assert its solidarity with the Indian Medical Association (IMA), Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) local branch Tuensang joined the protest campaign by wearing black badges on June 17. K Y M C


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Governor and his wife unveil the temple plaque during the inaugural programme. (NP)

reach every part of the society, India cannot be called a strong country. While religion was personal in a democratic country of India, Governor asserted that it is education that was of utmost importance for any country to march ahead. He also encouraged the gathering by saying that Christians were a minority in India, and the Christian state Nagaland with only 20 lakh population still managed to construct the universities. Governor also spoke

about the state being full of resources along with other North Eastern states, which can leave all other states behind if the resources were properly utilized. At the same time, Acharya lamented that due to a faulty system many people were still ignorant about this part of the country. Governor further mentioned about giving importance to one’s own mother tongue which defined one’s identity. Briefing about the history of the temple, Sibrai

Inter-higher secondary school essay competition held in Mokokchung

ICOM celebrates graduation service

WEATHER FORECAST June 18

(Temperature in ºC)

Max Min

Agartala A p.m. thunderstorm in spots 34 27 Aizawl

A p.m. t-storm in spots

Guwahati A t-storm around in the a.m. Imphal

30 22 32 25

Some rain and a thunderstorm 30 22

Itanagar Cloudy, a t-storm in the area

29 22

Shillong

A shower and t-storm around 25 19

Kohima

Periods of rain and a t-storm

26 19

Dimapur A stray a.m. t-storm, cloudy

33 24

Clouds, a t-storm in spots

28 19

Tuensang A heavy afternoon t-storm

21 16

Mkg Wokha

A thunderstorm; not as warm 27 22

Zunheboto Mostly cloudy; a thunderstorm 26 18

Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JUN 17 (NPN): Governor of Nagaland PB Acharya along with his wife Kavita Acharya inaugurated Sibrai (Shiva) temple Monday at Dhansiripar village. Speaking on the occasion, Governor as chief guest asserted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wanted the North Eastern states to be equally strong like the other states, therefore unless every part of the country is strong and the fruits of independence

Officials along with winners of the essay competition on June 15 at MGHSS. (DIPR)

DIMAPUR: An inter-higher secondary school essay competition, organized by the State Bank of India (SBI) Mokokchung in commemoration of its golden jubilee celebration (1969-2019) was held at Mayangnokcha Govt. Higher Secondary School (MGHSS) on

June 15. According to DIPR report, on the topic “Impact and scope of banking” 16 students from different schools participated in the competition. Opanglemla Kichu from Queen Mary Higher Secondary School (QMHSS)

was declared winner of the competition while N. Wonchilo Odyuo from Mayangnokcha Govt. higher Secondary School (MGHSS) and Cheyongdangla Imchen from Imsutemjen Higher Secondary School (IHSS) bagged the second and third prize respectively.

DIMAPUR: India College of Ministry (ICOM) celebrated its first graduation in North East India under Global University of the Assemblies of God of East India (AGEI), on June 15 at Bethesda Assembly of God Church, Dimapur. A press release from general superintendent, AGEI, Rev. Moses Murry, stated that president, Global University, USA, Rev. Dr. Gary Seveers, national director, Rev. Dr. Samuel Raj and national coordinator, Rev. Gershom were the special guests. The speakers encouraged graduates and believers to engage in evangelism, discipleship and church planting with power of the Holy Spirit and obedience to the Word of God Altogether, 31 students from Assam and Nagaland graduated, the release mentioned.

(Shiva) temple construction committee, Dhansiripar president Kishore Jeedung mentioned that late Govind Bhai Dholakia was the person behind, who came up with the thought of construction of the Sibrai temple in the year 2010. The construction started on November 7, 2011 led by Kishore as president of the construction committee and late Kamleshwar Haflongbar as secretary of finance committee. Jeedung also mentioned that it took a lot of patience and hard work. He further thanked Bhartiya constructions, Tribini constructions, all individuals and groups who had extended their co-operations towards the completion of the temple. Other dignitaries also delivered their speech during the inaugural programme. E a r l i e r, t h e p r o gramme highlighted unveiling of the plaque by the Governor. The temple was constructed from the financial assistance of Ramakrishna Welfare trust, Surat (Gujurat).

Faculty members with resource person during the workshop.

‘Expression of a teen’s heart’ release

DIMAPUR: The second book of Visazo Mepfhü-o, “Expression of a teen’s heart: a collection of poems”, was officially released by chairman NBSE Asano Sekhose on June 15, K Y M C

at KVC hall. Sekhose in her address said that each individual was wonderfully created by God with different life purposes. She congratulated Visazo Mepfhü-o on his

second book and encouraged him to continue expressing himself in words in the coming days. The programme chaired by principal Oriental College, Dr. Ketshukietuo Dzüvichü began with an invocation by Khriephre-o Mepfhü-o. English teacher, Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Kohima Mhasileno Peseyie, gave the introduction and teacher’s message. Special songs were presented by Vidisenuo Belho and Khriesakuonuo Rutsa followed by poetry recitation by Visazo Mepfhü-o, Lhouvisienuo Zatsu, Ruovitseinuo Zatsu, Philomina Rutsa, Sedevisielie Kire and Rachel Koso.

Rotavirus vaccine training for health workers in Longleng

Participants after the training with the TOTs.

DIMAPUR: District Health Society (DHS) Longleng organised threeday district TOT training on rotavirus introduction and medical officers and health workers handbook on routine immunisation from June 12 to 14, at CMO conference hall, Longleng. A press release from medical superintendent i/c chief medical officer Longleng, Dr Toshirenla stated that the health workers were trained on cold

The programme was attended by Rev. Kika, associate pastor Dimapur Ao Baptist Church. Chairman and counsel members of Kashiram village, Maong associate

The team was led by TOTs Dr Imnameren Phom DPO (RCH/UIP), junior specialist district hospital Dr Wannau Phom and Dr Chai-e Buchem MO Yachem PHC. SPO UNDP Kohima Kingson also attended the training as district monitor. All the medical officers, nurses from PHCs and sub centres, vaccinators, community health officers, VCCM, DPM, DCM, ASHA coordinators, and BPMs attended the programme.

director, Prodigals Home, well wishers, family and friends, different prayer centres and ministry also attended. People in need can contact at 7085412037.

Rev. Kika associate pastor Dimapur Ao Baptist Church.

DIMAPUR: Silas Care and Counselling Ministry (SCCM) opened a branch at Kashiram village, Dimapur under director Moarenla Amlari on June 11. A press release from

director Silas Care and Counselling Ministry stated the centre is a place to help alcoholics and drug users to overcome their addiction through detoxification counselling, fasting and prayer.

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DIMAPUR: Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), Sakus Mission College (SMC) organized a “Workshop on comprehensive research methodology” as a faculty development programme with Dr. Walunir, associate professor, department of English, Amity University, Noida at the college conference hall on June 15. A press release from SMC media cell stated that, Dr. Walunir emphasised on the importance of research

as the quality enhancement matrix and its growing need in the present scenario of productive learning outcome. The various aspects of research were discussed and the participants were encouraged to enhance their research-oriented minds. The programme was chaired by John Zarench, assistant professor of English. Principal, Dr. Arenla Aier gave the welcome address and vote of thanks by T. Gangte, HoD, History, SMC.

NLA informs on committee meetings

District Convergence Action Plan Committee held meeting in Peren

Dimapur: NLA secretariat has informed that the introductory meeting of the committee on subordinate legislation called by Toshi Wungtung, advisor and chairman of committee on subordinate legislation has been postponed from June 18 to June 25, 11 a.m. NLA secretariat has also reminded all members of the committee on estimates, NLA, that the first meeting of the committee has been scheduled on June 20, 11:30 a.m in the assembly committee room. All the committee members have been requested to attend the meeting positively.

chain and vaccine logistics management, AEFI and surveillance management, diarrhea prevention and management, communication and social mobilization, monitoring and RVV introduction, UIP and responsibilities of MO, safe injection and waste disposal, exercise on RI micro plan format, supervision and monitoring, AEFI card game, role plays, pre and post questionnaires, managing session sites and station approach.

SCCM opens counselling branch in Dimapur

SMC organises workshop on research methodology

Visazo Mepfhü-o with chairman NBSE Asano Sekhose.

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DIMAPUR: District Convergence Action Plan Committee (DCAPC) meeting chaired by SaritaYadav, chairman DCAPC and DC Peren at the conference hall New DC Complex Peren on June 15. According to DIPR report, the meeting deliberated on the conduct of information, education, communication and advocacy in all the block levels under Peren so as to reach out to the rural areas. IEC and advocacy is a time frame programme in all the districts, block levels and village levels for three months com-

Dimapur: Deputy commissioner Zunheboto has reminded all concerned stakeholders of the scheduled job fair to be conducted by Emporium Skill Training Institute at town hall Zunheboto town on June 18, 11:30 a.m. They have been requested to create wide publicity to all the unemployed youth of Zunheboto district to come and avail the opportunity along with their personal documents.

mencing from June to August 2019. Folk show, street plays, puppet show and local food show under the themes antenatal care, complementary feeding, anemia prevention, diarrhea management and exclusive breastfeeding have to be conducted in all the block levels which was resolved to be organised in all the block levels coinciding with August 15. The nodal department has been entrusted to make proper arrangements with all the line departments for the successful conduct of the programme. K Y M C


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Doctors in NE states join IMA strike

Doctors of RIMS during the strike in Imphal on Monday. (NP)

Correspondent Imphal/Guwahati/ Agartala, Jun 17 (PTI/IANS): IMPHAL, Jun 17: Medical services in Northeastern states were hit on Monday as doctors joined the daylong strike called by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) in solidarity with their counterparts in Bengal. In Manipur, almost all the government and private hospitals was severely hit and OPDs remained closed. Routine operations, laboratory investigations were also suspended in

RIMS, JNIMS, district hospitals, CHCs as well as in private hospitals and clinics, IMA Manipur State Branch president Dr Shyamkumar Laishram said. He, however, maintained that emergency and inpatient services were kept out of the ambit of the strike which commenced from Monday at 6 am and will continue till 6 am of Tuesday. Doctors and healthworkers at various government and private hospital staged sit-in-protest at the premises of their respective institutions. Medical students of

RIMS and members of IMA Manipur State Branch (MSB) marched a protest rally on the street from IMA premises in Imphal’s Lamphel to OPD block of RIMS hospital. Guwahati: Doctors across Assam joined the daylong strike where services have been withdrawn for 24 hours at the outpatient departments of all medical colleges and hospitals in the state, with the junior doctors observing a sit-in protest, sporting black badges. The doctors, with placards in hand, were seen demanding security for medicos across the country.

Some senior doctors and healthcare personnel took time off from work to participate in the protest. Emergency and casualty services, however, continued to function everywhere. “On humanitarian grounds, we are providing emergency services. Only OPDs will remain closed for the day,” said a member of Junior Doctors’ Association. Another doctor sought strict laws for their protection in view of the assault in the Kolkata hospital. agartala: Doctors in all government hospitals in Tripura ceased work in the OPDs (Outpatient Patient Departments) in solidarity with the striking medicos of Kolkata. The strike call has been given by the Tripura chapter of the Indian Medical Association and the All Tripura Government Doctors’ Association (ATGDA). “Doctors are keeping themselves away from OPDs in all the government hospitals,” ATGDA General Secretary Rajesh Choudhuri told IANS.

Campaign intensified to replace Biren

Members of ASDC, KSA and KNCA taking out a protest march in Diphu demanding hill state. (Northeast Now)

Diphu, Jun 17 (Agencies): Demanding a hill state, the Autonomous State Demand Committee (ASDC) and frontal organisations Karbi Students’ Association (KSA) and Karbi Nimso Chingthur Asong (KNCA) staged sitin-demonstration at Semson Sing Ingti Memorial Park in Diphu. According to Northeast Now, the agitating ASDC, KSA and KNCA members also took out a protest march. A delegation of the representatives from the agitating organizations later submitted a memorandum to union home minister Amit Shah through the deputy commissioner (DC)

APCC suspends former minister Guwahati, Jun 17 (PTI): Assam Pradesh Congress Committee has decided to suspend former minister Gautam Roy and general secretary Ramen Borthakur for anti-party activities, an APCC source said. The decision was taken on Saturday at meeting of the extended executive committee of the APCC, the source said. Roy, a powerful leader from the Barak Valley, had reportedly celebrated BJP’s victory in Silchar and Karimganj constituencies in the recent Lok Sabha polls by allegedly distributing sweets.

of Karbi Anglong demanding a hill state. ASDC president Holiram Terang said, “ASDC, KSA and KNCA have completed 32 years fighting for statehood but we have not been able to achieve it for the central government’s unwillingness to grant the same. The party in power at the Centre, be it Congress or BJP, is not willing to solve the political issue of the hill districts and the ASDC, KSA and KNCA have to go on demanding hill state.” Terang said the BJP has the best opportunity as the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC), the state and the Centre are ruled by it. The ASDC demanded

that the BJP fulfil its commitment made to the people of the hill districts on autonomous state (referred to as hill state by the ASDC). Te r a n g c a l l e d t h e ASDC, KSA and KNCA members to continue demanding a separate autonomous state. From Semson Sing Ingti Memorial Park, the agitators took out a march to the deputy commissioner’s office for submitting the memorandum addressed to union home minister Amit Shah on the autonomous state issue urging the union home minister to initiate the process of tripartite talk with ASDC, KSA and KNCA for creation of a hill state.

IMPHAL, Jun 17: Rebel MLAs camping in New Delhi have intensified their campaign to replace N Biren Singh as chief minister of Manipur. N Biren, who led a BJP-led coalition government in Manipur was facing revolt from his own party, who were campaigning with party’s national leaders for leadership change. Intensifying their campaign, the rebel MLAs met BJP national president Amit Shah and pressed him for change of guard. M e a n w h i l e, s t a t e education minister Th Radheshyam who is also spokesperson of the coalition government as well as MLA S Rajen, who is one of the spokespersons of the BJP Manipur Pradesh have denied the reports and claimed that party national leaders have ruled on leadership change. Refuting the claims, the MLAs in the rebel camp, asked the two MLAs to mention the names of the national party leaders who ruled out change in leadership.

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NOTICE CALLING OBJECTION FOR ISSUE OF SUCCESSION CERTIFICATE

Smti Viholi of Viyexe Village under Zunheboto District has applied for the issue of Succession Certificate/Guardianship Certificate declaring that her husband Late Suzheto Sema has expired on 07/10/2018. 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. Deputy Commissioner Zunheboto : Nagaland DP-4768 Regd. No.316 Date : 17/06/09

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I, Shri Temsulong, aged about 20 years, S/o Shri Yaonglepzuk, resident of Tuli Village district Mokokchung and presently residing at Kohima Nagaland do hereby solemnly affirm and declare as follows :1. That my present official name as per HSLC certificate/service book is Shri Temsulong and I hereby change my name Shri Temsulong to Shri Temsulong Longkumer. 2. That from today onwards I shall be known as Shri Temsulong Longkumer for all my official/legal purpose and hereby undertake to give wide publicity through newspaper to let everyone know about the change of my surname from Shri Temsulong to Shri Temsulong Longkumer. 3. That the statements made in the affidavit and those statements made in the para - 2 & 3 are true to the best of my knowledge and those statements made in the paragraph are facts as derived from the record and which are true. DEPONENT Identified by Me :Solemnly sworn before me by the deponent who is identified by me Kolvi this day 17th, month June, 2009 at Kohima. 1st Class Magistrate DP-4759

D I M A PUR , J UN 1 7 (NPN): Nagaland governor, P.B. Acharya has released the book titled “Economic History of the Miris” (Mishings) on Sunday in the GU-IST Hall of Gauhati University. According to PRO to Governor, the book authored by Peter Pegu, is the result of an in-depth study of the various stages of economic life of the Mishing tribe over the last 3000 years. Addressing the gathering, Acharya stressed upon the need of social connectivity in any intellectual work. He appealed to the authors and researchers to make meaningful contributions to the national character building through their intellectual works.

Highlighting the significance of “Economic Histor y of the Miris”, Acharya stressed on the quality content of the book, rather than spelling or name of the tribe. On the occasion, Prof. Mridul Hazarika, Vice Chancellor of Gauhati University, expressed his satisfaction on the book being released at Gauhati University that conducts a number of academic activities on the language and culture of various ethnics groups of North-Eastern region including the Mishings. He hoped that “Economic History of the Miris” will be immensely beneficial for the researchers working in relevant topics. S. S. Pegu, chairman of Ruwad Educational Trust, enumerated the contents of

Arms recovered near rhino sanctuary in Assam

Will ensure security of Sikhs living in Shillong, says Conrad

Morigaon, Jun 17 (PTI): Arms and ammunition have been recovered from the vicinity of Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary at Morigaon district of Assam, a police officer said. Acting on a tip-off, a joint team of police officers and Forest Protection Force personnel launched an operation in and around the rhino habitat Sunday and recovered two rifles, one DBBL gun and several rounds of ammunition, he said. While a 3.3 rifle and 10 bullets, along with horns of wild deer, were recovered from the houses of two “dreaded” poachers at Chidaguri village in the district, another rifle and one DBBL gun were retrieved from Nekerahabi area near the sanctuary, the officer said. None of the poachers were, however, arrested as they fled the area during the operation. The Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, 30 km east of Guwahati, has the highest concentration of onehorned rhino population in the world.

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and Mahendraganj in the East with Kolkata via Bangladesh. “There is a location in West Bengal, Hilly and Mahendraganj in Meghalaya which is only 100km apart. This is the closest destinations apart (via Bangladesh),” Conrad said, elaborating that this will be the second lifeline for the country if anything happens (at all) to the East - West corridor that goes via the 8km area in West Bengal often referred to as the ‘chicken neck’. He also proposed an 8-lane highway from Guwahati to Chittagong port in Bangladesh via Dawki in Meghalaya cutting short the distance to the nearest port by over 400km. “Presently, we go all the way to Kolkata port which is 1,100km away from Guwahati. If both governments (India and Bangladesh) agree on making an 8-lane highway that would connect Guwahati - Shillong - Dawki - Chittagong port, our exports will go up. More exports will take place with the rest of the world and the cost of export would go down,” he said.

P.B. Acharya releasing ‘Economic History of the Miris’ on June 16. (PRO to Governor )

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I, Shri. Shepha Wangnao, S/o Lanpha Wangnao, R/o H/No. 11 Shantham Ward, Mon Town, Nagaland, solemnly declare that my name is inadvertently entered as L. Shepha Wangnao instead of Shepha Wangnao and both refer to one and same person. From today my name shall be known a Shepha Wangnao in all my official documents. Notary Public DP-4771

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Sit-in demo, protest march in Set up a Presidential retreat in NE: Conrad to PM Modi Diphu demanding hill state S h illo n g, J u n 1 7 (PTI): Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on Monday requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to set up a Presidential retreat in the Northeast to send a message of inclusiveness and importance for the NE region. Sangma and his cabinet colleagues met the Prime Minister at New Delhi and particularly sought that a Presidential retreat be built at Shillong. “We should have a Presidential retreat in NE and specifically in Shillong ... Shillong is the historical capital of the region ... this will ensure that the President visits NE every year for two weeks and that gives a strong message of inclusiveness and importance for the region,” Conrad said in an audio statement. “The Presidential retreat is a guest house where the President of the country spends two weeks or more there. Currently, there are two – one in Hyderabad and in Shimla,” he said. The Chief Minister also sought the intervention of the Prime Minister to build a parallel road connecting Silchar, Dawki

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DATED 17.06.2019 NOTICE INVITING TENDER FOR HIRING OF MOTOR VEHICLE AS OPERATIONAL VEHICLE FOR CGST COMMISSIONERATE, DIMAPUR, NAGALAND For and on behalf of President of India, sealed Tenders are invited from reputed Vehicle Service Provider/Agency/Firm for hiring of vehicle as Operational Vehicle for the O/o the Commissioner, Central Goods and Services Tax, Dimapur. The detailed terms and conditions can be downloaded from http://www.cexcusner.gov.in/ or can be obtained from the O/o the Commissioner, CGST Dimapur during the office working hours. Interested parties are requested to quote competitive rates for providing vehicles on hire for official use on monthly basis as per the requirement mentioned hereunder: Sl. Year & No. of Vehicles Category No Model Required Mid-sized car (all types of SUV such as Innova The vehicle Crysta, Scorpio, XUV 500, Tata Hexa, etc.) not be 1. (To be used for 30-31/days, all days of the week shall ONE more than including Holidays subject to a maximum of 2500 three years. kilometre per month) Small Sized Car (all types of Sedan Car or The vehicle Compact SUV) not be 2. (To be used for 25/26 days in a month, all days of the shall TWO more than week including Holidays subject to a maximum of three years. 2000 kilometre per month) Tender documents in the prescribed form in a sealed cover may be submitted addressed to the Assistant Commissioner (Admin.), O/o the Commissioner, Central Goods and Services Tax, “Agarwal Tower”, 5th Floor, Circular Road, Dimapur-797112, Nagaland. The Tenders can be sent by Registered Post or dropped in the Tender Box at the Office on all working days. The last date for receipt of Tender is 8th July, 2019 up to 17:00 hrs. Tenders shall be opened on 9th July, 2019 at 14:00 hrs. Incomplete tenders/quotation received and/ or filled after due date and time shall be summarily rejected. The parties who wish to be present at the time of opening of Tender/Quotation may present themselves or through their authorized representatives with an authority letter. Vehicles offered for services may also be required to be produced to find out the condition thereof after opening of the Technical bid. The Commissioner, Central Goods & Services Tax, Dimapur reserves the right to accept or reject any or all tenders without assigning any reasons thereof.

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Guwahati, Jun 17 (Agencies): Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma has assured the Sikh organisations that he would take all necessary steps to ensure the security of the Sikhs living in Shillong. According to Northeast Now, Sangma said this when a delegation of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee and Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee met him in New Delhi on Sunday. The delegation, headed by Union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal, assured that the government

the book and highlighted the efforts of the author in collecting and compiling the rare data used in the book. Also speaking in the event, Prof. Nani Gopal Mahanta, Registrar of Gauhati University, said the book will go in as a glittering stone on to the mosaic of Assam’s intellectual world. Brig. (Retd.) Abani Pait expressed satisfaction and appreciation to the author of the book for recording the otherwise forgotten aspects of the Mishing tribe like their economy-related practices over the millennia. Earlier, the author of the book Peter Pegu gave an overview of the book while Dr, Rajeev Coley conducted the ceremony as the compere.

would come out with an amicable solution for the crisis being faced by the Sikhs living at the Punjabi Lane in Shillong. Sangma told the delegation that he had established a committee headed by the deputy CM, which would look into the claims and counter-claims of the Sikhs as well as Khasis and come out with an amicable solution acceptable to both the parties. He said in the meantime, he had issued strict directions to ensure the safety and security of the Sikhs living in Punjabi Lane, Tribune reported.

Dear Aarav, Happy 7th birthday Aarav Jain (Babu) ! We’re all on the 7th heaven from realizing you’ve grown all the way up to 7 already! We’re very proud of you. Keep rocking! Lotz of Love, Mom, Dad, Gudu,Tia &All.

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No. DCP/JDL-12/2017/VOL-2/244, Date 11 June 2019 :: Smti Shimreila Keyho, W/o Lt. Kulayi Keyho of Bible Hill Phek Town has applied for issue of Succession Certificate under the Indian Succession Act 1925 in order to draw/operate LE/GPF/GIS/Gratuity/Saving Account No. 31990832893 SBI Phek Branch and all others benefits of her deceased Husband as Forest Guard in the office of DFO (Forest) Phek who expired on 12-05-2019. 1. It is hereby notified that, if anybody has any complaint against the succession, he/she may lodge complaint to this office within a period of 1 (one) month from the date of this notification or date of publication whichever is later. 2. No further complaint shall be entertained after the stipulated period and shall be considered that there is no objection. (A. ZIBENTHUNG KITHAN) Addl. Deputy Commissioner, Phek: Nagaland K-1654

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WOKHA : NAGALAND No. Judl-47/2017-18/ Dt, Wokha the 17th June 2019

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Whereas Smti. Loyibeni Lotha, wife of Late Shri. Ngheo, a permanent resident of Wokha Town, has applied for issue of Succession Certificate to enable her to draw all dues and benefits/ family pension pertaining to PPO No. 111917465 and to close AC No. 38517342506 in favour of her deceased husband Late Shri. Ngheo who expired on 29/05/2019. Now, therefore, public and relatives are hereby invited to file claims or objections if any, within 30 (thirty) days from the date of issue of this notice. Further, no claims or objections shall be entertained after the cut off date and Succession Certificate shall be issued to the concerned. (ANDREW C. IMTI) WC-XXX Addl. Deputy Commissioner, Wokha, Nagaland


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Moily seeks referendum on use of EVM in polls

M Veerappa Moily (File)

NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (PTI): Asserting that there are “serious doubts” over EVM, senior Congress leader M Veerappa Moily has sought a referendum on whether it should be used in the electoral process or ballot papers be brought back. He also emphasised that such a referendum should be conducted on ballot papers and not on electronic voting machines (EVMs) over which he claimed there was a trust deficit. “Everybody is suspecting EVM. This is a very serious matter and there is serious doubt on EVM. I think many countries like the US after having used EVM have gone back to manual voting,” Moily told PTI in an interview. He asserted that when serious doubts have arisen, the Election Commission (EC) and the government should act and go back to the ballot paper. “There are serious doubts and EVM machines will have to be given up to

return to the ballot. I think on this question of electoral process itself, even if it is necessary to take referendum from the people, I think the government should do that kind of a referendum,” Moily said. “But again, the referendum not on machines, but on ballot paper. Let them conduct, we will know the truth,” the former Union minister said. If it is in favour of the NDA, it is fine, but at least the doubt will be clear, Moily said. “Referendum (is needed) because of serious doubts cast upon the electoral system and machines, it has to be done,” the former Karnataka chief minister said. Moily alleged that the EC’s behaviour itself has become suspicious as it “did not do anything” to clear the doubts raised over the electoral process. Asked why the Congress was not raising the issue of alleged EVM fraud strongly, he said the party had taken the matter to the EC even during elections,

but it wants that the issue should not be seen as an alibi for defeat. “It is not an alibi, it is a serious question. When I was the Law Minister, at that time also there was some doubt and we appointed a committee. But, now there is serious doubt and machines will have to be given up in favour of ballot,” the 79-year-old leader said. Moily’s remarks come days after UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, apparently hinting at EVMs, claimed “many types of doubts” have emerged in the past few years over the country’s electoral processes. “There is a saying that there is no smoke without fire,” she said in Raebareli last Wednesday. Opposition parties, including the Congress, have alleged that EVMs can be tampered with, giving the ruling BJP the advantage in an election. The BJP has hit out at the Congress for raising doubts over the use of EVM in the Lok Sabha polls with Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi Friday saying the grand old party is showing arrogance instead of introspecting its defeat in the elections. Moily also expressed confidence that the Congress can play the role of a dynamic opposition despite its small numbers in the Lok Sabha. “Numbers are not important. The passion with which we take up the cause of the party is important,” he said.

Army convoy targeted with IED blast in Pulwama, 4 personnel injured SRINAGAR, JUN 17 (PTI): Four security personnel were injured as terrorists Monday targeted an Army convoy with an improvised explosive device (IED) blast in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said. An Army Casper, a bullet and mine-proof vehicle, of the 44 Rashtriya Rifles was targeted in the IED explosion near Eidgah Arihal on the Arihal-Lassipora road in the south Kashmir’s district, a police official said. As per preliminary information from the spot, four security forces personnel received injuries in the incident, he said. The Army cordoned off the area and fired in air to maintain area domination, an official said, adding reinforcements have been rushed. The site of the blast is 27 kms from the area where a convoy of vehicles carrying security personnel on the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway was attacked by a suicide bomber on February 14 in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed.

Op to retrieve bodies from AN 32 crash suspended due to bad weather

File photo of helicopter at the crash site.

NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (PTI): The operation to retrieve bodies of the 13 air warriors onboard the ill-fated AN-32 aircraft that crashed in Arunachal Pradesh remained suspended for the third consecutive day due to bad weather, Air Force officials said Monday. Due to heavy rains and low clouds no helicopter could take off on Monday, an official said. A rescue team had recovered the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) and flight data recorder (FDR) of the Russian-origin aircraft at the crash site on Friday. Bad weather is hamper-

ing helicopters from performing winching operations which are mandatory for all the rescue operations and recovery of mortal remains, the official said. “Heavy rains and dense clouds are hampering the operations. The location of the crash site is in on a hill which is making the retrieving operation more difficult,” another official added. The official said that despite inclement weather and treacherous terrain, the rescue team of the Indian Air Force, the Army and locals were trying their best to retrieve the bodies of the air warriors.

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Pragya Thakur’s modifications in oath trigger opposition uproar NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (AGENCIES): BJP leader Pragya Thakur sparked off a new controversy today by attaching the name of her spiritual guru to hers while taking oath as a member of the 17th Lok Sabha. Opposition leaders protested in the house, saying that members are required to go exactly by the record during the swearing-in process. The 49-year-old politician added “Swami Purna Chetnanand Avdheshanand Giri” as a suffix to her name while taking the oath in Sanskrit, news agency PTI reported. When opposition members objected, she claimed that the name she used was the same as the one mentioned in the form filled up for the swearing-in process. BJP parliamentarian Virendra Kumar, who was sworn in as the Pro Tem Speaker earlier today, assured the protesting lawmakers that he would go through the records and

NAGPUR, JUN 17 (PTI): RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has targeted West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over the political violence, attributing the happenings in the state to her “desperation” for power. It is the responsibility of the (Mamata) governMohan Bhagwat (File) ment to act in the interest of the people and implement for the violence that erupted law and order through strict in the state during the Lok Sabha elections and has action, Bhagwat said. Bhagwat criticised the West Bengal administration ST

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Seitheke Basa, Dimapur Though it feels like only yesterday, it’s been 3 years since you left us for your heavenly abode. But precious memories of your love, deeds and words are still afresh with us.

S R I NAG A R , J U N 1 7 (PTI): An Army major and a militant were killed, while another officer and two troopers were injured on Monday in an encounter between security forces and the ultras in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district, officials said. A major-rank officer was killed while another officer of the same rank and two soldiers were injured in the encounter in the Achabal area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag district, they added. T h e i n j u r e d we r e rushed to the 92 base hospital of the Army in Srinagar, the officials said. They added that an unidentified militant was also killed in the gunfight and his body recovered. K

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party, but calling people who protest such kilings as outsiders is wrong.Banerjee has often blamed “outsiders” for causing trouble in the state. “Whatever is happening in West Bengal should not happen. It is not happening in other states. If some goons and those with aggressive tendencies are resorting to this, the administration should step in to curb it. It is the duty of the

state to implement law and order,” Bhagwat said. “The Sangh and the society are voters and not contestants. We put in our efforts for 100 per cent voting and we think our efforts are bearing fruits though it may not be 100 per cent,” he said. Bhagwat said people are learning from every election and voting with maturity for the unity and progress of the country.

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continued since then. “What is happening in West Bengal?” he asked. “Has anything like this ever happened? Action should be taken by the administration,” Bhagwat said, at the concluding programme of the third year of training scheduled for RSS volunteers here Sunday night. Lamenting the political killings in West Bengal, he said those being killed may belong to a certain

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It's been one year since you left us on 18th June 2018. But your sweet memories and words always remain fresh in our hearts. Your spirit surround us every day. DP-4754

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Born : 22.01.1962 – Died : 12.06.2019 The bereaved family of Late Mr. Imtiwati Jamir {Mopungchuket village} express our profound gratitude for the thoughtfulness and love shown to us during our time of bereavement. We also extend our sincerest appreciation for the spiritual, physical and financial help extended towards us during his brief illness and sad loss. We greatly appreciate your thoughtfulness, kindness and generosity. Though we are unable to thank everyone individually, we pray that our Lord Almighty bless you abundantly for your immense kindness and help. Your kindness and support made it possible for us to get through this difficult time. Loving wife, children & grandchildren K-1650

(Born 15/05/1991 – Died: 14/06/2019) We, the bereaved family of Late Ledila Murry would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to each and everyone who stood by us through prayer, financially, physically at her demise on 14th June 2019. We convey our special thanks to;1. Doctor, Nurses Prime Hospital, Dimapur 2. Doctor, Nurses Referral Hospital, Dimapur 3. MURISE Sangtam Baptist Church, Dimapur 4. Family and Friends Kohima & Dimapur 5. Wokha Village Council 6. Wokha Village Baptist Church 7. Dr. Chumben Murry, Hon’ble MLA 8. Wokha Village Youth Org. 9. ‘B’ Khel Youth Org 10. Staff of GHS, Longsa We regret our inability to thank each and every individual but pray that Almighty God bless each and everyone of you. Your loving husband, daughter, family member & relatives

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remove anything found to be “unofficial”. He also appealed for order in the house, so the oath-taking process could be completed without further disruptions. According to news agency ANI, it took Pragya Thakur three attempts to swear in as a lawmaker. While Virendra Kumar will oversee the oath-taking of newly elected Lok Sabha members until tomorrow, his role as Pro Tem Speaker will cease to exist once the new speaker of the 17th Lok Sabha is elected on Wednes-

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AIIMS resident doc manhandled; 2 detained

NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (IANS): A resident doctor of the AIIMS Trauma Centre working at the emergency ward was allegedly manhandled by attendants of a patient, resulting in his colleagues going on a strike till Tuesday. Police said the incident took place at around 11.30 p.m. on Sunday in the emergency ward of the AIIMS Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre when a patient with a foot injury reached there for treatment. The resident doctor was attending to a another patient at that time when the attendants asked him to attend to their patient on priority. However the attendants started verbally abusing the doctor and also manhandled him. Police have registered a case after a complaint was filed by the AIIMS doctors. “We have detained two people for allegedly misbehaving and abusing while the third accused is absconding. Teams have been formed to nab the third,” said a senior police officer.

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day. He had won the election from Tikamgarh in Madhya Pradesh on a BJP ticket. Pragya Thakur, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon blasts, was involved in several controversies during the Lok Sabha elections. Her remarks on Nathuram Godse, a right-wing extremist who assassinated Mahatma Gandhi in January 1948, and 26/11 hero Hemant Karkare, who she claimed was killed by terrorists because of a curse she had placed on him, drew criticism cutting across party lines. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who led the BJP to an impressive victory in the Lok Sabha elections, took oath earlier in the day to the accompaniment of loud “Modi, Modi” and “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” chants. Among the other lawmakers sworn in were Union Ministers Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Ravi Shankar Prasad and Smriti Irani.

We the family members of Lt. Hekuto Rochill convey our heartfelt gratitude and thanks to everyone who sympathised and supported us physically, spiritually and financially in times of our difficulties and sudden demise of our father. Our special thanks to : 1) Suruhuto Town Baptist Church (Aizuto) 2) STBC Medical Colony. (Aizuto) 3) Believer Church Dimapur 4) IV LRC Dimapur 5) Yeshultomi Baptist Church 6) Saghemi Baptist Church 7) Saghemi Community Suruhuto 8) Shri. Khehovi Yeptho, MLA (Arts & Tourism) 9) Er. Kitoshe Shikhu (P.H.E, ZBTO) 10) Family Members from both side 11) Citizens of Suruhuto residing in Zunheboto, Kohima & Dimapur 12) Yehemi Baptist Church We deeply regret our inability to mention each and everyone of you individually but we pray that the Almighty God bless you all abundantly The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. Job 1.21 DP-4753

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Vol. XXIX NO. 191 Dimapur, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2019

Modi’s anti-terror plea

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rime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposal to hold nations exporting or supporting terrorism accountable merits serious attention and consequent action. Modi’s plea made at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit at Kyrgyzstan, a former USSR republic, has been the cry of nations whose citizens have been victimised by terrorist acts. The same issue- “State Sponsors of Terrorism”- is a designation applied by the United States Department of State to countries which it alleges have “repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism”. Inclusion on the list imposes strict unilateral sanctions. The countries currently on the list are Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria. There are also ongoing proposals to add Bolivia and Venezuela to the list.Modi’s plea resonates with most countries as India has been the target of Pakistani-sponsored terrorism for decades under the guise of liberation of Kashmir. Not only India but even countries such as- Afghanistan, Iran and other nations, including the United States and the United Kingdom, have accused Pakistan of involvement in terrorist activities in the region and beyond. International pressure for Pakistan to take concrete action against the 22 United Nations-designated terrorist entities it hosts has not yielded the desired result. Pakistan’s position as a mecca of terrorism is now raising concerns among even its main patrons—China and Saudi Arabia. Pakistan’s all-powerful military establishment is loath to sever its cosy alliances with terrorist groups. The Pakistan army especially the ISI would prefer to continue nurturing armed jihadists as a force multiplier in its low-intensity asymmetric wars against India and neighbouring countries. Pakistan has been responsible for acts of terrorism in Kashmir besides the July 2006 Mumbai train bombings, the 2001 Indian Parliament attack, the 2006 Varanasi bombings, the August 2007 Hyderabad bombings, the November 2008 Mumbai attacks and the February 2019 Pulwama attack. The proposal to hold such nations that sponsor terrorism accountable is a valid one which should be acted upon. Unless the international community recognises the grave threat posed on freedom by terrorism, a day may come when such elements take over many governments. Pakistan and countries that sponsor terror should not be allowed to sit alongside civilised nations just because they are political entities. Pakistan has been rejecting all charges of being an abettor and sponsor of terror against India despite clinching evidence like the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks by Lashkar-e-Taiba from Pakistan. The entire plot was disclosed by captured terrorist Ajmal Kasab to the Indian investigating agencies. Despite such evidence, Pakistan has stuck to the stand that India has yet to provide “credible evidence”. Even Europe itself has witnessed a spate of terrorist attacks on innocent and helpless civilians. A majority of terror attacks in Europe since 2014 have been carried out by Islamic terrorists especially by the ISIS, a radical and cold blooded organisation.Several nations continue to adopt a soft stand against terrorists in their own soil.Even Pakistan which has been nurturing the terrorist Frankenstein has also witnessed a spate of attacks but the army and ISI are not keen to crack down against the terror groups. Such nations that continue to use terrorism to bring down constitutionally and legally instituted governments should be named and shamed. The entire free world must act without further delay against such nations unless they renounce all forms of terror.

DailyDevotion Beware of Criticizing Others

Judge not, that you be not judged. —Matthew 7:1 Jesus’ instructions with regard to judging others is very simply put; He says, “Don’t.” The average Christian is the most piercingly critical individual known. Criticism is one of the ordinary activities of people, but in the spiritual realm nothing is accomplished by it. The effect of criticism is the dividing up of the strengths of the one being criticized. The Holy Spirit is the only one in the proper position to criticize, and He alone is able to show what is wrong without hurting and wounding. It is impossible to enter into fellowship with God when you are in a critical mood. Criticism serves to make you harsh, vindictive, and cruel, and leaves you with the soothing and flattering idea that you are somehow superior to others. Jesus says that as His disciple you should cultivate a temperament that is never critical. This will not happen quickly but must be developed over a span of time. You must constantly beware of anything that causes you to think of yourself as a superior person. There is no escaping the penetrating search of my life by Jesus. If I see the little speck in your eye, it means that I have a plank of timber in my own (see Matthew 7:3-5). Every wrong thing that I see in you, God finds in me. Every time I judge, I condemn myself (see Romans 2:17-24). Stop having a measuring stick for other people. There is always at least one more fact, which we know nothing about, in every person’s situation. The first thing God does is to give us a thorough spiritual cleaning. After that, there is no possibility of pride remaining in us. I have never met a person I could despair of, or lose all hope for, after discerning what lies in me apart from the grace of God.

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Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed. ~ Mahatma Gandhi

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An Appraisal on the LAN Agreement

ue to political preferences, the Indo-Naga political issue has gone through many twists and turns. One of the drawbacks was the division among the Naga Political Groups (NPGs). Over the years this division resulted in fratricidal killings. Today, with great effort the FNR (Forum for Naga Reconciliation) has actively facilitated and convened several peacetalks leading to signing of significant agreements and passing resolutions among the warring NPGs. With almost all the civil societies, churches and NGOs supporting the initiative of FNR in bringing the warring factions together, the FNR has been spearheading peace talks among the NPGs, making significant progress. The Lenten Agreement Nagaland (LAN) is an example of FNR’s initiative and achievement to help the NPGs translate the Covenant of Reconciliation (CoR). In this article, I will give an appraisal on the LAN agreement as FNR commemorates the 10thAnniversary of the signing of CoR. The Lenten Agreement Naga-land reads: “Having reconciled on the basis of the historical and political rights of the Nagas, we recognize that all Nagas must unite in the common purpose towards achieving our Naga political aspirations. In the Naga reconciliation process, we have committed to move forward together by condemning the past historical mistakes committed at various stages of our history. We also take inspiration in the positive political steps that have sustained and strengthened the Naga movement. Therefore, “having reconciled in the spirit of forgiveness and

mutual respect,” we are committed to overcoming our mistakes, while also recognizing and uplifting our achievements and contributions made at various stages of our political history, a stepping stone towards the common Naga future. As agreed in the “Naga Concordant,” we, in principle agree to the formation of Naga National Government. While the commitment is a process, until such time, we resolve to work together in the common purpose of achieving Naga political aspirations. This task should begin at the earliest and be completed without delay. In this, we request the FNR to work out the modalities to expedite the process. While this task is being carried out, we call for the maintenance of status quo, by vigilantly refraining from any unwarranted activities by the Nagas. Furthermore, in the spirit of Naga Unity, through reconciliation and peace, we remain open to other Naga groups who are committed to the Naga Reconciliation and agree to abide and uphold its aim and purposes.” First, the coming together of the NPGs for a political solution under the aegis, “A Journey of Common Hope” itself is a tremendous landmark. Rightly, the LAN is the outcome of several hours of dialogue among the warring NPGs with the intent to reconcile their differences and find a common hope to go forward. LAN, having recognized the Naga historical and political rights, has valued the relational and dialogical aspect of the Naga history. Second, LAN has considered the Naga political aspiration as a common

story and struggle for all the NPGs. The aspiration has become a discourse for the Naga people, while the struggle of the Naga political issue has been both idealized and idolized in different nationalistic groups. The attempt to emphasize the bigger Naga story, over and above the fragmented pieces, is noteworthy. Though the discourse has been accepted by one and all, the struggle for nationalism has been differentiated by ideologies that were against the Christian moral ethics. And, for various reasons, in the pretext of fighting for the political rights of the Nagas, several groups have justified and served capital punishments, heavily taxed citizens, and have christened their political stand through the slogan “Nagaland for Christ.” Walking under such a “Christian” banner, they have extorted money from the government employees, business community and common people. Although the connotation ‘political aspiration’ has various implications, the FNR has recognized the basic homework that every peace facilitating body needs to do. And as such, they have emphasised their focus upon the need for peace, the settlement for fair and just political right, the need to admit the past mistakes and the openness to embrace a shared future together. This they have idealized it in the mutual interest of the Naga people who desire justice, peace and reconciliation in the region. Third, the first paragraph of the agreement reads, “willing to move forward by condemning the past historical mistakes committed at various stages of our history.” The FNR has so far organized and

convened many peace talks in and out of the country for the NPGs to come together. The phrase “Condemning the past” in LAN is a way of externalizing the problem. Externalizing creates distance, objectivity and a neutral space in which people can notice the effects of the conflict itself, rather than its causes, and assess whether or not they like those effects. It assists people to step out of positions of blame or shame and enables them to save face by ascribing problems to the conflict itself, rather than to themselves or to the other party. Therefore, externalizing language helps people separate from the conflict story and makes room for alternative stories to emerge. This, the FNR has done professionally in a separate space where the warring groups could safely admit their mistakes by condemning the past and not just the individual or a particular group. Yet, these are some signs of maturity and professionalism displayed by FNR in brokering peace today. We must all understand that, these preliminary steps are crucial for negotiating their position and interest later when they are called to come together. Finally, the phrase “having reconciled in the spirit of forgiveness and mutual respect” in the LAN is a call for positioning – positioning of the NPGs in relational terms. It also signifies their positioning for the interests of each other and for the people. This also calls for taking responsibility in portraying self in public and in private, in accord with the CoR. Another significant outcome of the LAN is found in the statement’s last paragraph, “Further-

more, in the spirit of Naga Unity, through reconciliation and peace, we remain open to other Naga groups who are committed to the Naga Reconciliation and agree, to abide and uphold its aim and purposes.” The process of constructing an alternative story is created here by the NPGs in accord with the public and stakeholders. The phrase “we resolve to work together in the common purpose of achieving Naga political aspirations” is an alternative story. Prior to their engagement in the LAN they have their own individual and party agendas, ideologies and perspective about the Naga political solution. But as they come together under the flagship of FNR and especially the LAN, one can see their commitment to a shared purpose. In my observation, the FNR made a significant progress in brokering peace by establishing relationships within conflicting parties, building rapport and listening to their stories. They have made search for meaning as a collaborative journey, helping the political NPGs to externalize the problem and not focusing the spotlight on the groups or their ideologies. Thus, the coauthoring of the alternative Naga story and building of their relationship basing on the new narrative “A Journey of Common Hope” has emerged. It appears that, ever since the FNR initiated the peace talks, there has been increased understanding, respect and cooperation among the NPGs. This commonness and understanding has been displayed by playing football, doing Bible studies and showing willingness to stay under the same roof and travel on the same airplane for peace

talks. Another significant outcome is the acceptance of the journey of common hope as the political desire for the Naga people by the warring factions which is an outstanding achievement. The LAN agreement has exposed the mistakes that occurred in the past and has condemned them. Having condemned the past, they also decided to forgive and move on to build healthier and stronger relationship for the common future of the Nagas. Thus, the LAN agreement created a new story for the NPGs to pursue and complete that story. For too long misgivings, tribalism and factionalism has become the dominant story that has prevailed in all spheres of the life of the Nagas. But now, the LAN has weaved a new story, a story that gives us a sense of continuity in life, a story inclusive of all Nagas and where belongingness and identity is secured. Therefore, the ball is on the court of the public today Among the many questions are: How do we take part as individuals, civil bodies, churches to complete the story? Do we still wait for more evidence for them to unite, study their intentions of nationalism? Or, should we for once put away our prejudices, differences, hunches that are disintegrating our solidarity and give FNR a chance to help us re-write our history for the sake of a common Naga future? Kuknalim Villo Naleo About the author: Villo Naleo is an Asst. Professor at Shalom Bible Seminary. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D in Peacemaking at the International Graduate School of Leadership (IGSL) Manila, Philippines.

Decade since a ‘Milestone’ – The Climb Uphill Nagaland speaks of its journey since the Covenant of Reconciliation (June 13, 2009)

(From previous issue) Chishi adds the more difficult, “grey areas,” to her analysis. National workers who run businesses, for instance, have to inadvertently pay taxes to the Government of India; their children have to study in schools that begin each day with the Indian national anthem; like all Indian citizens, they need Aadhaar cards and voter identity cards. Disparate threads twine through one another, lending unintended colour and design to the Naga fabric. “The State Government’s role became larger in the lives of the Nagas and civil society was co-opted by the State in the last 15 years,” proposes an observer from Eastern Nagaland who wished to remain anonymous. The implication is of the osmosis that gripped the ‘overground’ and ‘underground’ governments. “Taxation became unabated. Bureaucrats were happy to blame national workers for corruption. In turn, national workers made friends with bureaucrats and demanded disproportionate benefits. Politicians and national workers cooperated to win elections. It became a nexus of immorality that engulfed us all.” In a public statement in September 2017, the FNR acknowledged as much, and went a step further. “There is alarming increase of social ills and the nexus between Naga National Groups and vested individuals and parties are strengthening the culture of impunity.” In such a space, Naga civil society fractured. Several movements against corruption and for civil rights emerged in Nagaland State, but few sustained. “Peoples’ movements cannot survive in a space of negative peace,” reminds Fr. Anto. While the effects of this began to widen the gulf of wealth in Naga society, “the Reader’s note: Articles

poor remained choiceless,” feels Merina Chishi. “What option does a poor widow who lives hand-to-mouth have? For the educated and elite, reconciliation is a liberating concept but that widow has to silently move on with her struggles intact.” Hopes for the Future: Was the Naga Reconciliation Process that unfurled after the signing of the CoR conceptually heavy? Did it fall prey to misconceptions in the minds of the public? Could the Process have been designed otherwise? While acknowledging that the resultant situation was beyond the FNR’s control, 90% of the commentators on this subject chose ‘yes’ to all of the above. One of the biggest challenges towards taking the Process forward remained the idea in the peoples’ minds and imagination that the FNR “sided with” one of the Naga political groups. On the other hand, this very political group was miffed that FNR had “equalized” all groups irrespective of their expertise in terms of political acumen, networks, firepower or discipline. For the public, this “equalization” and the “neutral” opento-all approach of the FNR was what gained the people’s trust. But, at the time, the “solutioncentric political language” also made it seem like FNR publicly supported the group, the only one to be in talks with the Government of India then. The quagmire this led the FNR to may have had an unpleasant effect, but fortunately not all was lost. “The NNPGs coming together for the peace talks in this manner would not have been possible today if not for the FNR’s work in the yesteryears,” affirms Alemtemshi Jamir. The scope of FNR’s work also remains large. Reconciliation in the Naga context, felt

some commentators, is not just about groups coming together. The issues that led to the groups ‘factionalizing’ were political, social, cultural and economic. “Ingrained in the factional violence was the feeling of superiority of one community/tribe over the other. Discrimination and prejudice among communities/tribes led to unfair treatment and bred contempt leading to factionalism. This was a serious issue for the Eastern Nagas. If there was a third force operating at all, we allowed the third force to exploit us,” maintains the observer from Eastern Nagaland. Non-Naga communities feel the pinch of this “prejudice” in daily life. They provide a reflection perhaps useful for the Naga Reconciliation Process—“we are ready to reconcile if we are recognized as equals,” says the non-Naga social worker. “If you just make a place in your hearts for us, we can give back a lot more,” offers the non-Naga businessperson. To do this, both Toshi Wungtung and Geoffrey Yaden – in separate interviews – say that “Naga politics is in need of reformation and transformation.” Both prefer that the church be central to the process. “If we allow ourselves to be unjust to others today, we will easily do it to our own tomorrow,” cites Yaden, calling for democratizing the social space for all to “develop and grow.” These comments point to hopes for the future, and the extent to which “forgiveness and healing” is required in the society if “true reconciliation” is to take shape. In Fr. Anto’s opinion, “After washing each others’ feet and playing football, there needed to be celebration, then dialogue towards change of perspective and attitude, ultimately leading to a solution to the problem faced.

But we didn’t see the process of forgiveness leading to healing and then reconciliation.” A scholar of conflict transformation, Fr. Anto suggests, “A dialogue forum for reconciliation should be established at the State, District and Sub-division levels across the Naga areas. Reconciliation should be taught in schools, preached in churches and witnessed in person. Newspapers should constantly carry the message of reconciliation. For the next 10 years, this message should percolate to the

grassroots and Naga society should support the individuals and their families that take up this task full time.” These suggestions are rooted in a new line of thought—that Reconciliation be the principle and mandate based on which Nagas Beyond Borders rediscover their peoplehood, self-fulfilling the aspiration for nationhood. (Concluded) Aheli Moitra About the author: Aheli Moitra is a journalist based in Dimapur, Nagaland.

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Cleanliness is what matters!

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As a teacher and a leader of the society, I would like to emphasise a few points on “cleanliness”. Besides Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan Mission, there has been numerous cleanliness campaigns initiated by schools, colleges, communities, administration and Eco Squads. However, the result has not been quite impressive despite of their tremendous efforts. But why are our towns and cities not clean? Who are responsible for this? One of the first sign of a wellmanaged place - whether it is a restaurant, hotel, airport, office or train station - is its level of cleanliness. To make our town and cities clean, to its full potential, we individuals are responsible and accountable to it. As schools and colleges students who pick up dirt along the road sides, shops areas etc as a part of cleanliness campaign, directly or indirectly educating the people and conveying the messages what cleanliness is about? However, after few hours or the next day, the same cycle or story continues. This is a matter of great concern for all of us. To make our place neat and clean, we all need to take steps to ensure that we minimise filth in the first place, rather than hoping someone to pick it up and clean it. Hence, including me, everyone should be educated about cleanliness and cultivate the culture of practising it, and passing such legacy to the future generations instead of being ignorant and expecting someone to do it. Cleanliness begins at everyone’s own house and then spread the wings to become the real participant in this crusade against dirt and squalor in true spirit. Therefore, a step forward from the end of every person can be a giant step in fulfilling the mission of keeping our nation a neat and a healthy nation. Prakash Chetri, Chümoukedima Town

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HM seeks report on clash between driver, cops

NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (PTI): The Home Ministry Monday sought a report from the Delhi Police after a video surfaced online showing a violent clash between a tempo driver and a few policemen in northwest Delhi, a senior official said. Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy said he has spoken to Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik and asked him to take immediate action. “BJP delegation led by Shri @rpsinghkhalsa ji called on me today regarding the incident under Mukherjee Nagar Police Station in New Delhi, I spoke to CP Delhi, instructed for immediate action and to submit a detailed report,” Reddy tweeted. According to a senior police officer, an accident between a Gramin Sewa Tempo and a police vehicle occurred Sunday evening, leading to an argument between the driver and a policeman. The ar-

gument turned violent. head with a sword and also social media. The officer said the tempo drove dangerously. In one of the purportdriver chased the officer Videos of the alterca- ed videos, the driver was and attacked him on the tion were shared widely on seen chasing policemen

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3 cops suspended for attacking driver Demonstrations continued on Monday outside a Delhi police station where the driver of a mini taxi and his son were assaulted a day earlier, leading to a political storm and the suspension of three policemen. Scores of sloganshouting protesters massed outside the Mukherjee Nagar police station near

Delhi University and tried to break into the complex, only to be pushed back by a strong contingent of security personnel. Two Assistant SubInspectors and a constable have been suspended for unprofessional conduct over the way they handled the situation on Sunday after a ‘Gramin Seva’ taxi brushed a police vehicle, triggering a chain of unpleasant events. Balwant Singh said a policeman hit him on the head with a pistol. “First they punched my face multiple times and later one of them started to hit me with his pistol’s butt on the head. I felt like I was a terrorist who was being interrogated,” Balwant Singh said as neighbours in Gandhi Vihar stood by in grim silence. Further action will be taken following the outcome of the police investigation, officer Arya said.

Oppn parties oppose ‘one nation, one poll’ NEW DELHI , JUN 17 (AGENCIES): Left parties have opposed the idea of ‘one nation, one election’ proposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, calling it undemocratic and against the principle of federalism. The Left parties, Trinamool, RJD, TDP, AIMIM and AAP too are opposed to the concept of simultaneous elections to Lok Sabha and state Assemblies. Modi has called a meeting of the presidents of all political parties to discuss the idea on June 19. In his previous term too he had floated the idea though this is the first time he is holding a formal consultation with other parties. S. Ramachandran Pillai of the CPI(M) said that not only was the idea impractical but it also subverted the people’s mandate and democratic right. “If an elected state government loses power due to change in political equations then under ‘one election’ formula the same government will continue or President’s rule will be imposed. It is against the very value of federalism,” Pillai said. Pillai said, the forumla was also a way to impose the rule of the party that is ruling at the Centre. CPI leader D. Raja said that the suggestion was

ominous. “This suggestion is merely an extension of the syndrome the BJP wants to impose of one nation-one culture-one nation-one language,” he said. He said it was not only unrealistic but also unconstitutional. “We will have to get rid of the present Constitution. And if the argument for one election is to reduce the election expenditure, then why not push for state funding which also will provide a level playing field to all parties,” Raja added. DMK joins hands with AIADMK in opposing: ravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) joined hands with rival All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) in opposing the one nation one poll proposal of the Law Commission. DMK working president MK Stalin put forth a letter to the Law Commission firmly opposing the simultaneous polls on behalf of his party stating that it goes against the “basic tenets of our constitution”. MK Stalin also added that extensive research and study for the same was done by the Vajpayee government in 1999, but the concept of simultaneous polls was found not “feasible”. “We are against one nation one

poll as our party wants to uphold a federal structure and not give into someone’s radical ideas,” said A Saravanan, spokesperson of the DMK. On Saturday, Tamil Nadu AIADMK government also submitted a letter stating that they must continue their tenure which is till 2021. Cong ress in a fix: Congress appeared to be in a dilemma over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strong pitch for ‘one nation, one poll’ and outreach to Parliamentarians for a brainstorming session about the 75th anniversary of India’s Independence. Leader of the Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad skirted questions on whether the Congress would attend the meeting of presidents of political parties in Parliament convened by Modi on Wednesday to discuss electoral reforms, particularly ‘one nation, one poll’, a pet agenda of BJP. “We will discuss within the Parliamentary party and then decide,” senior Congress leader Kodikunnil Suresh. However, another Congress leader said that the Congress is opposed to the idea of ‘one nation, one poll’, contending that it went “against the basic structure of federalism”.

Kejriwal seeks action against cops Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday demanded that Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal take strict action against the police personnel who allegedly assaulted a driver in Delhi. Kejriwal, who met the family of the man, said the Delhi police’s “brutality” in Mukherjee Nagar area on Sunday was highly condemnable and unjustified. “I demand an impartial probe into the whole incident & strict action against the guilty. Protectors of citizens can’t be allowed to turn into uncontrolled violent mobsters,” the chief minister tweeted. Talking to reporters later, Kejriwal said: “I appeal to the home minister and the LG to take strict action against

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with a sword in his hand. In another clip, the police- NEW DELHI, JUN 17 men were seen thrashing (PTI): Amid protests by the him with batons. medical fraternity across the country over violence the guilty so that no citizen against doctors in hospitals, is treated like this in the Union Health Minister future.” Harsh Vardhan Monday Amarinder seeks said the government will “revisit” the issue of draftShah’s intervention ing a central law regarding Punjab Chief Min- the safety of medicos at ister Amarinder Singh on healthcare facilities. Monday condemned an Vardhan said he has incident in which a Sikh already written to all states tempo driver was beaten requesting chief ministers up by the Delhi Police and to consider enacting spesought Union Home Min- cific legislation for protectister Amit Shah’s interven- ing doctors and medical tion in the matter. professionals from any form “Shameful incident of of violence, along with @DelhiPolice ruthlessly suggesting a model law probeating up Sarabjeet Singh posed by the Indian Medical and Balwant Singh over a Association (IMA). petty issue. Request HM @ “We will revisit this AmitShah to ensure justice,” problem and see if we can the Chief Minister tweeted. do something at the central In the video, the driver is level about drafting any seen threatening the po- such law. It was visited liceman with a sword and earlier by our law people,” injuring him when he tried he told reporters outside to catch it. In retaliation, parliament. the cops thrash and beat the The Union minister driver with a stick and kicked further said this is not a him, as per the video. Centre versus state issue,

State NPP condoles Chaya’s demise TMC legislator, 16 DIMAPUR, JUN 17 (NPN): State NPP president, Ato councilors join BJP Yepthomi has expressed deep grief at the demise of senior state BJP leader, Vizopal Chaya who passed away on June 15. In a condolence message to the bereaved family, Yepthomi described late Vizopal as a statesman, avid sports lover and also a co-founder of the BJP in Nagaland. He said the demise of late Vizopal was a great loss to the state.

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DIMAPUR, JUN 17 (NPN): In view of its decision to file a case in the court, the Land Owners Union (LOU) NH-29 has informed to all its members, who were yet to submit documents of their land pattas, to do so at the earliest. In a press release, LOU, NH-29 joint secretary Mezhuvilie Usuo and information & publicity secretary Kewetso Kenye pointed out that the court would recognise only those landowners with documents of land patta (government Pattas or local pattas issued by chairman/GBs). The union has, therefore, directed all the responsible landowners to take note of its instruction to avoid future complication. It also reminded that the last date of registration has been fixed as June 30, 2019.

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IMA Dimapur branch: Indian Medical Association (IMA) Dimapur branch, which also participated in the strike, has submitted a memorandum to the government of India against violence on medical practitioners in India. According to IMA Dimapur branch honorary president Dr. DR Sharma, the memorandum addressed to the Prime minister of India, was to be forwarded by the district administration. IMA Dimapur branch has expressed gratitude to the members of the medical fraternity from Dimapur for withdrawing of non-essential services in their respective establishment including closer of OPD in district hospital, Dimapur and CIHSR.

NEW DELHI, JUN 17 (PTI): A Trinamool Congress legislator and 15 councilors of the party in West Bengal joined the BJP here on Monday. Noapara MLA Sunil Singh, along with the 15 TMC councillors and another Congress councilor, joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the presence of general secretary and West Bengal incharge Kailash Vijayvargiya, and senior leader Mukul Roy. Sunil Singh is a relative of MP Arjun Singh, who switched over from the TMC to the BJP just ahead of the recent Lok Sabha polls and won the Barrackpore seat. Roy, once the secondin-command in the TMC after Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said 10 legislators from various parties had joined the BJP so far. Leaders, including MLAs and MPs, from various parties in the state have been joining the saffron party for past several months.

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while stressing that the safety of doctors was not debatable. “Doctors should not be beaten by anybody in the premises of the hospital or outside and there is no difference of opinion on this,” he said. Asked if any proposal on drafting a cental law in this regard can come up in this session of parliament, Vardhan said, “This is not something that can be made overnight. It will obviously require time to study. I have to get old records. This matter had come up in 2017 also

and deliberations had taken place.” “So, for me to say something that I can get something done within a few days will be a tall claim, but our intentions are right and our aim is that such incidents should never be repeated in this country.” Vardhan had on Saturday written to all chief ministers and had attached a copy of the IMA’s draft Act, the Protection of Medical Service Persons and Medical Service Institutions (Prevention of Violence and Damage or Loss of Property) Act, 2017. He also drew the attention of all states and Union Territories for strict action against any person who assaults doctors. The draft of The Protection of Medical Service Persons and Medical Service Institutions (Prevention of Violence and Damage or Loss of Property) Act, 2017, circulated to the states, includes clauses on penalty and recovery in case of loss/damage to property.

Heatwave kills 29 more in Bihar; death toll up to 78 PATNA, JUN 17 (IANS): Severe heatwave killed 29 more people in Bihar in the past 24 hours, taking the death toll over the past two days to 78, official said on Monday. However unofficially, the heatwave has claimed more than 150 lives in across a dozen districts. Deaths were reported from Aurangabad, Gaya, Nawada and Jamui districts, where temperatures hovered around 45 degrees Celsius on June 15 and 16. According to the State

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points, piling on losses for a fourth session in a row, and the rupee weakened further as trade tariff disagreements between India and the US spooked investors. The NSE gauge Nifty also slipped over 151 points to close below the 11,700mark. Besides, fresh geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and concerns over the advancement of monsoon also unnerved market participants. The Indian rupee Monday fell by another 11 paise to close at 69.91 to the the US currency, its third straight-session loss. The domestic currency has lost 57 paise in the last three sessions. The BSE gauge settled 491.28 points, or 1.25 per cent, lower at 38,960.79. The index hit an intra-day low of 38,911.49 and a high of 39,540.42. Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty cracked 151.15 points, or 1.28 per cent, to close at 11,672.15. During the day, the index touched a low of 11,657.75 and a high of 11,844.05. Over the past four sessions, the Sensex has lost 796.02 points or 2 per cent. Sectorally, BSE metal was the worst hit, losing over 3 per cent, while energy index fell over 2 per cent on Monday. Broader BSE midcap and smallcap indices followed benchmarks, dropping up to 1.35 per cent.

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New Delhi, Jun 17 (PTI): Fitch Monday cut India’s growth forecast for the current fiscal for a second time in a row to 6.6 per cent as manufacturing and agriculture sectors showed signs of slowing down over the past year. The global rating agency had earlier in March lowered the growth estimate for 2019-20 to 6.8 per cent, from 7 per cent projected earlier, on weak momentum of the economy. The cut in growth forecast comes ahead of the presentation of the Union Budget on July 5. Indian economy grew at its slowest pace in five years at 6.8 per cent in 201819. In the January-March quarter, the growth slumped to a five-year low of 5.8 per cent. Following this India lost the fastest growing economy tag to China, which grew at 6.4 per cent in the same quarter. “We see growth for FY2019-2020 printing at 6.6 per cent, before stepping up to 7.1 per cent in FY 20202021 and 7.0 per cent in FY 2021-2022,” Fitch Ratings said in its latest Global Economic Outlook. RBI has projected a growth rate of 7 per cent for the current fiscal. India’s GDP growth declined for the fourth consecutive quarter in JanuaryMarch, with the economy

New Delhi, Jun 17 (PTI): Digital Communications Commission, the apex decision-making body of the telecom department, on Monday approved imposing penalty on Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea for not providing points of interconnection to Reliance Jio. However, before imposing the penalty, the Commission has decided to seek Trai’s views on revising Rs 3,050 crore penalty recommended by the sector regulator amid financial stress in the sector. While Digital Communications Commission (DCC) approved imposing penalty on the companies, it disagreed with a proposal of one of the secretaries to fine Reliance Jio as it “too failed to deliver quality service to customers”. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) in October 2016 recommended imposing total penalty of Rs 3,050 crore on Airtel, Vodafone Idea for allegedly denying interconnectivity to newcomer RJio. The penalty on Airtel and Vodafone works out to be about Rs 1,050 crore each. In case of Idea it comes to about Rs 950 crore. Since Vodafone and Idea have now merged their businesses, the new entity Vodafone Idea will have to bear the burden of both companies.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu unveils “Trump Heights”.

move that was criticised by the international community. US Ambassador David Friedman, who attended the ceremony, called the settlement “well deserved, but much appreciated”. According to a government proposal, the establishment will be part of the Golan Regional Council and will be built in the extant Kela Alon community, in which dozens of families already live, Haaretz said. The plan would see the settlement established in what is now the Bruchim neighbourhood, in which a

few families live. Israel seized the Golan from Syria in the 1967 Middle East war. In March, the US became the first country to recognise Israeli sovereignty over the area since Israel effectively annexed it in 1981. Trump later took to Twitter to thank Netanyahu and his government on the move, saying, “Thank you PM Netanyahu and the State of Israel for this great honour.” Trump also retweeted a tweet by the US Ambassador, who wrote about the

Johnson gets boost in race to become Britain’s new PM LO N D O N, J u n 1 7 (Agencies): Boris Johnson got a boost in his campaign to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday when one of his former rivals and EU supporter Matt Hancock backed him saying he was almost certain to win the contest. According to Reuters, Johnson, a former London mayor and foreign minister, is way out in front in the race to become leader of the Conservative Party and despite so far deciding to steer clear of debates with his rivals, his popularity has yet to be dented. Most of the other five hopefuls concede that Johnson, whose career has been marked by gaffes and scandals, will almost definitely make the final two in the race, when mainly pro-Brexit Conservative Party members will cast the deciding votes. But the race is on to decide who will challenge him. Health Secre-

Boris Johnson (File)

tary Hancock, who dropped out of the race on Friday after winning 20 votes in the first ballot of Conservative lawmakers, said Johnson was the best candidate to lead the party. “Boris has run a disciplined campaign and is almost certainly going to be our next prime minister,” Hancock said in an article in The Times newspaper, which tapped him as a strong contender to become finance minister. But parliament has indicated it will try to stop

a no-deal Brexit, which investors warn could roil markets and shock the world economy, while the EU has said it will not renegotiate the Withdrawal Agreement that May agreed. According to economists polled by Reuters, the likelihood of a no-deal exit has jumped in the past month. Almost three years since Britain voted to leave the EU, the country, the parliament and both main parties are still deeply divided over Brexit. But all of the Conservative leadership contestants agree they must take Britain out of the bloc. Johnson won the support of 114 of 313 Conservative Party lawmakers in the first round of the leadership contest. The second round is on Tuesday with the result due around 1700 GMT. Any candidate with 32 votes or fewer is eliminated. If all candidates have more than 32 votes, the one with the fewest is eliminated.

ceremony on his Twitter handle. “A great day on the Golan. PM Netanyahu and I had the honour to dedicate ‘Trump Heights’ -- first time Israel has dedicated a village in honour of a sitting President since Harry Truman (1949). Happy Birthday Mr President,” Friedman said in his tweet. But despite the fanfare, as the current government is temporary it cannot officially approve the establishment. At this point, it can only start the administrative work on the project.

Xi to make maiden visit to N.Korea Beijing, Jun 17 (PTI): President Xi Jinping would make his maiden visit to Pyongyang this week - the first by a Chinese leader in 14 years - in a big boost to the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who is under heavy pressure from the US to give up nuclear weapons programme. Xi will visit Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) - the official name for North Korea - from June 20 to 21, at the invitation of Kim, the spokesperson for the International Department of the ruling Communist Party of China, Hu Zhaoming, announced here. His visit coincides with the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between the two countries. Xi’s visit, the first by a Chinese leader in 14 years to the internationally isolated country reeling under UN sanctions for pursing nuclear weapons programme, comes ahead of his proposed meeting with US President Donald Trump on the sidelines of G-20 summit scheduled to be held on June 28-29 in Tokyo.

China, India and Pak increasing nuke arsenals

The Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty turns 50 next year (Representational)

STOCKHOLM, Jun 17 (AFP): The overall number of nuclear warheads in the world has declined in the past year but nations are modernising their arsenals, a report published Monday said. At the start of 2019, the United States, Russia, Britain, France, China, India, Pakistan, Israel and North Korea had a total of some 13,865 nuclear weapons, according to estimates in a new report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). That represents a decrease of 600 nuclear weapons compared to the start of 2018. But at the same time all nuclear weapon-possessing countries are modernising

these arms - and China, India and Pakistan are also increasing the size of their arsenals. “The world is seeing fewer but newer weapons,” Shannon Kile, director of the SIPRI Nuclear Arms Control Programme and one of the report’s authors, told AFP. The drop in recent years can mainly be attributed to the US and Russia, whose combined arsenals still make up more than 90 per cent of the world’s nuclear weapons. This is in part due to the countries fulfilling their obligations under the New START treaty - which puts a cap on the number of deployed warheads and was

signed by the US and Russia in 2010 - as well as getting rid of obsolete warheads from the Cold War era. The START treaty is however due to expire in 2021, which Kile said was worrying since there are currently “no serious discussions underway about extending it”. Next year the treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) -considered the cornerstone of the world’s nuclear order -- turns 50. The number of nuclear arms has been drastically reduced since a peak in the mid-1980s when there were some 70,000 nuclear warheads in the world. While Kile said progress should not be underesti-

mated, he also noted a number of worrying trends, such as the build-up of nuclear arms on both sides of the border between India and Pakistan, and the danger of a conventional conflict escalating to a nuclear one. There is also a more general trend towards an “increased salience” of nuclear weapons, where changing strategic doctrines, particularly in the US, are giving nuclear weapons an expanded role in both military operations and national security dialogue, Kile said. “I think the trend is moving away from where we were five years ago, where the world’s nuclear weapons were being marginalised,” Kile said. Former UN chief Ban Ki-moon recently urged nuclear powers to “get serious” about disarmament and warned there was a “very real risk” that decades of work on international arms control could collapse following the US pullout of the Iran nuclear deal, which he said sent the wrong signal to North Korea. Global disarmament efforts also suffered a blow when the United States announced in February it would withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty, prompting Russia to say it would also suspend its participation.

Islamabad, Jun 17 (IANS): A 22-year-old social media activist and blogger known for his criticism of the country’s military and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency has been killed by unidentified assailants in the capital, the police said on Monday. Muhammad Bilal Khan, 22, was with his cousin when he received a phone call on Sunday night to go from Bara Kahu area in Islamabad to G-9, where a man took him into the forest, Dawn newspaper reported citing Superintendent of Police Saddar Malik Naeem as saying. Khan and his cousin were then attacked with daggers. The activist died in the attack while his cousin was severely injured. According to the police official, some people heard gunshots at the crime scene as well. The blogger had more than 16,000 followers on Twitter, over 48,000 subscribers on YouTube and 22,000 on Facebook. Khan was also a freelance journalist. The attack took place hours after Khan criticized the newly-appointed spy chief Lt. Gen. Faiz Hameed, reports say.

Egypt’s ousted president Mohamed Morsi dies in court

Cairo, Jun 17 (Agencies): Egypt’s former President Mohamed Morsi has died after appearing in court, according to state media. The 67-year-old died after fainting during a court session in Egypt’s capital, Cairo, on Monday, state TV reported. “He was speaking before the judge for 20 minutes then became very animated and fainted. He was quickly rushed to the hospital where he later died,” a judicial source said. Morsi became Egypt’s first democratically elected president in 2012 after the Arab Spring uprising of the previous year saw the end of President Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year rule. He was then deposed following mass protests and a military coup in July 2013. Moris served just one year of a four-year term, while the organisation to which he belonged, the Muslim Brotherhood, has since been outlawed. The Cairo Criminal Court had adjourned the trial of Morsi and 23 others in the case of “collaborating with Hamas” for to-

Mohamed Morsi (File)

morrow. In November 2016, the Court of Cassation scrapped the life imprisonment sentence for Morsi and 21 other defendants, including some who had received the death penalty, in the same case, and ordered a retrial. Morsi, who was facing at least six trials, had been behind bars for six years and was serving a 20year prison sentence for a conviction arising from the killing of protesters during demonstrations in 2012. He was also serving a life sentence for espionage in a case related to the Gulf state of Qatar. The other charges against the former leader include jailbreak, insulting the judiciary and involvement in terrorism.

Iran to breach nuclear deal enrichment limit DUBAI/LONDON, Jun 17 (Agencies): Iran said on Monday it would breach internationally agreed curbs on its stock of low-enriched uranium in 10 days — a move likely to worsen tensions with Washington — but it added European nations could still save a nuclear deal that sets those limits. According to Reuters, in an indication of concern at Iran’s announcement, Germany urged Tehran to meet all its obligations under the 2015 accord. Britain said if Iran breached limits agreed under the deal then London would look at “all options”. Close U.S. ally Israel, Iran’s arch foe, urged world powers to step up sanctions against Tehran swiftly should it exceed the enriched uranium limit. U.S.-Iran tensions are growing following accusations by U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration that Tehran last Thursday attacked two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, a vital oil shipping route. Iran denies having any role.

China rallies behind Hong Kong’s embattled chief Beijing, Jun 17 (IANS): China on Monday rallied behind Hong Kong’s beleaguered chief executive, facing a growing clamour for her resignation over the controversial extradition bill. Hong Kong, a semiautonomous city of China, plunged into its worst political crisis after it sought to pass a Beijing-backed law that would have allowed extradition to the mainland. The proposed legislation has triggered vociferous public protests in the former British colony where people see it a Beijing’s ploy to tighten its grip on the city that has its own legal system and police. Even though Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has suspended the legislation, Sunday saw millions of protesters pouring into streets and demanding that Beijing-backed official step down. When asked if the mainland supported Hong Kong’s chief, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said Beijing had always supported

A downtown main road open as protesters leave the area near the Legislative Council following a massive protest against an extradition bill in Hong Kong, Monday. (AP/PTI)

the city’s administration and its top official. “As to the communication and relations between the central government and SAR (special autonomous regions) governments, this is totally China’s internal affairs, but you may also contact the Hong Kong and the Macau administrations,”

Lt Gen Faiz appointed as new ISI chief Islamabad, Jun 17 (PTI): In a surprise reshuffle, the Pakistan Army has appointed Lt Gen Faiz Hameed as the chief of the powerful Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency, replacing current spymaster Lt General Asim Munir. Lt Gen Hameed appointed as the Director General of the ISI, according to a statement issued by the military’s media wing - Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) - on Sunday. On April 12, the Pakistan Army promoted thenMaj Gen. Hameed to the rank of Lt Gen and appointed him Adjutant General at the General Headquarters.

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UNGMA SENSO TELONGJEM KOHIMA Condemns firing at MLA’s Residence The Ungma Senso Telongjem Kohima (USTK) express grave concern and condemns the act of targeting the residence of Shri Sharingain, MLA with gunshot on 6th June 2019 by unidentified miscreants, Nothing whatsoever can justify resort to such criminal act of aggression and violence against any individual, more so against respectable elected leaders of society. Guns are not the solution to societal problems no matter how serious the issue may be, and violence only begets violence. There is no place in civil society for any person who takes law into his own hands. The Union, therefore, urges upon the authority to conduct swift and thorough investigation into the matter, and bring to book the offender(s), so that in future such incidents are prevented. SdSdKIKAMANEN JAMIR NUNGSHIPOKBA PRESIDENT (USTK) GENERAL SECRETARY (USTK)

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PUGHOBOTO PHUGHI KIPHIMI KUQHAKULU (PPKK) FELICITATION

The Pughoboto Phughi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (PPKK) is immensely proud to extend our heartiest congratulations to Miss Deborah Wotsa, D/o Yhunyule (Xuvili) Wotsa and Lt. Inato Wotsa of Pughoboto Town for securing Top 1 position in the Deptt. of Sociology and bringing laurels to the Students’ Union in the recent Undergraduate Exam conducted under Nagaland University. The Union further extends heartfelt congratulations to all the successful candidates of HSLC, HSSLC and Undergraduate Exam, 2019 and conveys our best wishes for the future endeavour too. (ITOVA SHOHE) (HUKASHE CHISHI) President General Secretary

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said Ministry’s spokesperson Lu Kang. “The official of that office has made it clear that the Chinese central government always affirms the work of the SAR governments and the chief executive,” Lu said. Lu also said, “many facts have indicated that

the relevant governments or even foreign politicians have been issuing inciting remarks since February after the law was proposed”. The crisis is the biggest in Hong Kong since 1997 when Britain handed it over to China under “one country, two systems” that would continue until 2047.

GOVERNMENT OF NAGALAND PLANNING & COORDINATION DEPARTMENT

NAGALAND, KOHIMA NO.PLN-244/UPSC/CMCF/2016 Dated Kohima the 17th June, 2019

NOTIFICATION

In pursuance to this Department’s Advertisement No. PLN-244/UPSC/CMCF/2016 dated 20/05/2019 under the Chief Minister’s Corpus Fund, the selection examination for Coaching at RAU’s IAS Study Circle, New Delhi was conducted on 8th June 2019. 2. On the basis of the marks obtained in the written test, the Department is pleased to declare the list of the successful candidates in order of merit. Sl.No Name Roll No. Marks 1 Nitoka V Swu 085 123.5 2 Bonoka V Yepthomi 261 121 3 Mothsuthung Yanthan 138 113 4 Jemika Yepthomi 111 104.5 5 Atomu H Achumi 049 104 6 Onokehie Soleho 032 102.5 7 Talimeren 184 102 8 Moasunep 304 102 9 N Tiamenla 190 99 10 Longshithung 237 98.5 11 Asal Sothu 194 97 12 Vekhuho Puro 067 96 13 Chumben Merry 219 95.5 14 Adu Ringa 255 93.5 15 Nanchu Magh 058 92.5 16 Vino V Zhimomi 149 92.5 17 Victoria Gingley Leyri 175 90.5 18 Mitsalo Kath 177 90.5 19 H Manan Phom 271 90.5 20 Zilise S Sangtam 245 90 21 Manu Chiero 064 89 22 Pezieying Iheilung 047 88.5 23 Wangkom Konyak 035 87.5 24 Tsoinchu Z A Sangtam 129 87 25 Kimwang Konyak 230 87 3. Selected candidates are directed to report to the undersigned on 20th June 2019 at 11:00 am. 4. Non-reporting on the aforementioned date will entail cancellation of the selection. Sd/OSD (Planning) Planning & Coordination Department DC-929


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Amazon’s bracelet gives electric shock when it detects nasty habits A n armband that promises to help you kick bad habits like eating too much fast food or biting your nails is being sold by Amazon for ÂŁ193 ($242). The Pavlok bracelet gives users a penalty of a 350-volt electric shock every time they step out of line. It works for a wide range of nasty habits including smoking, sleeping in, spending too much time on the internet and even sleeping in. Users have to administer the shocks themselves or the Pavlok app can be downloaded by friends so that they can give you a buzz if they catch you out. Some habits - particularly those that are sleep related, such as not waking up at the right time - can be automated via the app. Users need to wear their bands - created by Behavioral Technology in Salt Lake City, Utah throughout the day and give themselves a zap when they engage in the habit they’re trying to quit. The company claims that ‘within 3-5 days’, you’ll begin to notice your cravings significantly reduced if not gone entirely. ‘Pavlok allows you to

speak your reptile brain’s language by adding an unpleasant element, or a safe and harmless ‘zap’ of electricity on your wrist. This means that what you have been taught to love, it conditions your mind to associate an ‘unpleasant’

feeling with your bad habit, according to the manufacturer. It has 150 shocks per charge, so, depending how much of a rule breaker you are, it could last a while. Inventor Maneesh Sethi says that while it isn’t as powerful as a shock from a tazer, it still delivers enough voltage to shock you make you jump. He told ABC news: ‘It feels like if you were to touch a doorknob after rubbing your socks on the carpet.’

He added: ‘There’s a real power in using a little bit of pain to help you break your bad habits.’ The idea was born out of Mr Sethi’s social media addiction. ‘I suffered from ADHD, and found myself addicted to Facebook. I wrote a blog post where I hired someone to slap me every time I went on Facebook, and my productivity skyrocketed,’ he said. ‘On the other hand, none of my many fitness trackers motivated me at all. So I thought, ‘why are there so many devices tracking what I do, but not changing what I do?’ And Pavlok was born.’ Although there are many testimonies on the internet from people who have successfully quit bad habits using the watch, not everyone is convinced. Some experts say that the band’s technology is ‘not a science’. Doctor Greg Cason, a psychologist said: ‘Devices like this don’t really work. Unless they are locked onto people’s wrists, they’re going to take them off.’ Reviews on Amazon’s website have also been mixed. (Dailymail)

BI quits K-pop group iKON & label after drug allegations

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I, the leader of the popular K-pop boyband iKON, has announced he is leaving the group following allegations that he had tried to purchase marijuana and LSD. The K-pop idol — born Kim Han-bin — revealed his decision through Instagram: “It is true that I wanted to rely on something that I shouldn’t have had any interest in due to going through a hard and painful time. However, I was too scared and fearful to do it. Even so, I am so ashamed and apologetic to fans who were greatly disappointed and hurt because of my wrong words and actions. I intend to humbly selfreflect on my mistake and leave the team,� Kim wrote in Korean, as translated by Soompi. Kim’s label, YG Entertainment, has since confirmed that his exclusive contract with them has been dissolved. The company stated that Kim understands his responsibilities as a pub-

lic figure and, due to his actions, has decided to leave both iKON and YG Entertainment. Kim has also been removed from iKON’s bio on the company’s website. News of Kim’s attempts to buy marijuana and LSD in April 2016 first broke at 2am last Wednesday morning, as reported by South Korean media agency Dispatch. The report included several exchanges between the singer and the drug dealer, identified by the letter “A,� on KakaoTalk (a popular messaging app in South Korea). Subsequent South Korean news reports from Naver and Daum have alleged that the identity of “A� is a former YG Entertainment trainee named Han Seo Hee. Han was previously involved in a similar drugrelated scandal in 2017 involving TOP of veteran K-pop boyband Big Bang (who are also signed with YG Entertainment). TOP eventually pleaded guilty and received a two-year probation sentence. Despite the controversy and the loss of their leader, iKON will go on without Kim, YG Entertainment confirmed. The boyband is set to embark on their scheduled Japanese tour, which kicks off in Fukuoka on July 27. (NME)

Daniel Craig set to resume James 2nd summer music festival-cum-skill mela Kiphire Bond filming after ankle surgery K iphire district administration in association with Octave would be organising the second edition of Summer Music Festival cum Skill Mela fromJune 19 to 21 at the local ground, Kiphire. A press release from Kiphire district administration informed that the Skill

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aniel Craig is on the mend and expected to return to filming “Bond 25â€? next week. The official 007 Instagram page posted a picture Saturday of the actor working out at the gym. He was wearing an ankle brace as his left leg heals following an accident on the set of the new James Bond movie. “#007 Daniel Craig hitting the gym hard @ pinewoodstudios, prepping for shooting next week! #Bond25 đ&#x;“ˇ@gregwilliamsphotography,â€? the photo was captioned. Craig underwent “minorâ€? ankle surgery as a result of the accident, producers said on May 22. He had been expected to miss about two weeks of production, and shooting continued in his absence. “Bond 25â€? is still slated for an April 2020 release.

Mela is being organised in partnership with the department of employment, skill development and entrepreneurship; Government of Nagaland and Nagaland State Rural Livelihood Mission. The concluding day would coincide with the World Music Day which falls on June 21. Winner of

Hornbill International Rock contest 2016 Search & Found (SNF) band will headline the World Music Day celebration with Crash and Burn band as the co-headliner. The music festival will also witness solo acts, dance, beat box and winner of Kiphire Rockaware 2011 Cliffers band, the press note updated.

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Nagaland to observe World Music Day on June 21

Dr. Hovithal (3rd from L) along with Khyochano (C), musicians and others in Kohima on Monday. (NP)

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agaland will be observing World Music Day along with first Nagaland music industry stakeholders conclave under the theme “Music and Arts to Greater Heights� on June 21 at RCEMPA Jotsoma. This was announced by project director MTF, YRS Nagaland Dr. Hovithal Sothu during a press conference held at Amaris Kapfo building jail colony Kohima on Monday. Dr. Sothu said that Nagas are music lover and the world music day would be organized in a grand manner to give platform to the local musicians to perform and showcase their talents. MTF Director informed that the conclave would be graced by advisor youth resources and sports, Er. Zale Neikha as special guest, where renowned singer like Nise Meruno and Marmenla Pongen would be performing and discussion on Nagaland ‘s music industry and the bits that greases its gears. In the next session, there will be a group discussion and consultation with

director music academy Kohima Khyochano TCK on music education, music director Sumi Baptist Church Kohima James, Swu on choir, member Rattle & Hum music society, Theja Meru on artist management and proprietor audio garage Atsung Jamir on production. Open Mic session would be graced by secretary YRS, Lhouchalie Viya NCS as special guest and the concert at 5 p.m. would be graced by advisor rural development, Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire as special guest. For the concert, popular artistes of the state line up includes Methaneilie, Trance Effect, Tune Up Channel, Since 90s , The Teaspoon Project, Tetseo Sisters, Atsunglir, Asu Jamir, Abdon Mech, Gabby Pucho, Linthoi, Ronnie, LC Sekhose, Rucks Otto, Moko Koza, Keneisenuo Sorhie, Bozio Nienu, Ayim Longchar, Gear Men Dudes, Music Academy Kohima, Jam Tree, WMD Choir Madnug, Afang & Crew, Kevin Lywait. Khyochano TCK said the artistes from all the

Nagaland would be performing from different journals, age group and mixed up to make the event interesting. She mentioned that there would be music donation drive accepting all music equipments and items which would be given to the less privileged music learners. She informed altogether 17 bands and 16 artistes would be performing on the day. She said one face of the RCEMPA building Art by Project 72 hours would be unveiled on the day. The day would be managed by Imagination, powered by MTF and sponsored by Audio Garage, Shiu Lights, Metal Gear, Beat Devices, Unitex, Project 72 hours, Nagaland Musicians Collective, KNK Motors, Take One Production, Crescendo and Disong designs. The press conference was attended by Artist manger Aoakum Walling, MD imagination Elevino Seleyi, musicians and others. Organizer informed that there would be food stall, beverages, merch etc at the spot. (Correspondent)

The untitled film finds Bond relaxing in Jamaica when his old friend Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology. Joining Craig and Wright are Rami Malek, Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch, Billy Magnussen, David Dencik and Dali B e n s s a l a h . Re t u r n i n g franchise cast members include Ralph Fiennes, Lea Seydoux, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear and Ben Whishaw. Cary Joji Fukunaga is writing and directing. Additional writers include Neil Purvis, Robert Wade, Scott Z Burns and Phoebe WallerBridge. (FoxNews)

OFFICE OF THE

PHUHOTO VILLAGE COUNCIL Niuland, Dimapur - 797112 : Nagaland

The Phuhoto Village Council (PVC) Niuland SubDivision, Dist. Dimapur, Nagaland vehemently condemns the brutal murder of Mrs. HELEN ZHIMO wife of PHOISHE ZHIMO a permanent resident of Phuhoto Village presently residing at Kevijau Colony, Lane-16, Dist. Dimapur, Nagaland on 11th June 2019 at the Opposite of Zoological Park, Dimapur. PVC while strongly condemning the murder of such innocent & peaceful loving generous lady and urge upon law enforcing agencies to book the culprit and provide befitting punishment to the miscreants/ accused at the earliest without granting them bail. DP-4756

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PVC VEHEMENTLY CONDEMN

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Copa America: Uruguay beat Ecuador

Belo Horizonte, Jun 17 (Agencies): Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani were on target as Uruguay thumped 10-man Ecuador 4-0 in their opening Group C match at the Copa America on Sunday. Nicolas Lodeiro opened the scoring after just six minutes before Ecuador full-back Jose Quintero was dismissed for a flailing arm. With a numerical advantage, Uruguay ran riot at the Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte as Cavani and Suarez netted before the break. The rout was completed 12 minutes from time with an Arturo Mina own goal. Uruguay were off to a dream start. Suarez crossed from the right and Lodeiro proved the coolest customer in the Mineirao stadium as he beat one defender with his chest control, flicked the ball over another and then hit a crisp, low volley into the bottom far corner. Uruguay were rampant and had the ball in the net soon afterwards only for Cavani to be given offside in the build-up. Ecuador brought a physicality to the contest that upset the Uruguayan players and Quintero was perhaps lucky to escape punishment when catching Diego Laxalt with an elbow in an aerial challenge. But moments later, his arm made contact with

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Olympic medallist Kirwa banned for doping

Paris, Jun 17 (Agencies): Kenyan-born Bahraini Eunice Jepkirui Kirwa, who won marathon silver at the Rio Olympics in 2016, has been suspended for four years for doping, the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) announced on Monday. Kirwa had been provisionally banned since May after the prohibited blood-booster EPO was detected in her blood sample. Her four-year suspension is backdated to May 7, 2019. The 35-yearold finished second in Rio behind Kenya’s Jemima Sumgong, who was banned Edinson Cavani celebrates with Uruguay team-mates after scoring a goal for eight years in January for attempting to hinder an during their Copa America match against Ecuador. investigation into her use Lodeiro’s face when chal- ball into the danger area more technical players, of EPO by supplying false lenging for another header, and Cavani acrobatically but never looked like they documents. this time drawing blood. rasped a bicycle kick from believed they would get Brazilian referee An- seven yards past a helpless anything out of the game. derson Daronco initially Dominguez, his 47th interUruguay looked conshowed the full-back a yel- national goal. tent to play a patient poslow card but after consultNahitan Nandez wast- session game without pushing VAR he changed that ed a good chance, shooting ing for more goals. D IM A P UR , J UN 1 7 to red. straight at Dominguez but Cavani did send Su- (NPN): Kuto Football That left Ecuador with Suarez put the game to bed arez scampering in on goal Club will be organising a mountain to climb. a minute before the break, after a defensive mistake “Summer Soccer TournaOn 27 minutes, Alex- stealing in at the back post but Dominguez was quick- ment 2019” on July 18 at ander Dominguez made a to poke home a flick-on ly off his line to snatch Old Showuba Ground. brilliant low save to turn from Martin Caceres. the ball off the Barcelona Forms will be available at behind Cavani’s half-volley With the game all but forward’s toes. Kiran Sports, Sports Gear from 15 yards. over as a contest, the secThe fourth came in 4th mile and Geeta GroParis Saint-Germain ond half was a damp squib calamitous fashion as Gas- cery Chumukedima. The forward Cavani was denied of an affair. ton Pereiro tried to pick out tournament carries a prize again when Dominguez Uruguay had the ball Suarez from Cavani’s cross money of Rs. 1,00,000 stunningly tipped his clever in the net soon after the re- even though he was only and the registration fee back-flick onto the post start but Cavani was offside six yards from goal. has been fixed at Rs. 3000. one-handed. again. His header dropped to Further information can be But it was third time Ecuador showed plen- Ecuador center-half Mina, contacted at 9862228859, lucky on 33 minutes as ty of commitment, continu- who inadvertently volleyed 8731826436, 9856847723 Diego Godin headed the ing to rough up Uruguay’s into his own goal. and 7005325374.

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I believe I can win a Grand Slam: Konta

Birmingham, Jun 17 (Agencies): Johanna Konta is convinced she has got what it takes to win a Grand Slam. The British No 1 will play her first tournament since reaching her third Grand Slam semi-final in Paris at the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham this week. And Konta is bullish about her Grand Slam prospects, with just over a fortnight to go until Wimbledon starts. “I wouldn’t be playing if I didn’t believe I could be winning Grand Slams,” said Konta. “Hopefully it will come. It might not, but I am working towards it coming.” With Andy Murray unable to take part in the men’s singles at Wimbledon, Konta will carry British hopes going into the 2019 tournament at the All England Club. But Konta does not feel there is any added pressure on her shoulders, insisting she enjoys this part of the season because she gets to play close to home. “There is a lot of normality that comes with this period for me which is really nice,” Konta added. “It’s not my first grass season and it’s not a new experience for me in that sense. But more than anything I always look forward to the grass because I get to be at home. I just drove

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up this morning, which is nice. Not many players get to experience that in a season, just pop to your tournament.” Konta reached the semi-finals at Wimbledon two years ago but has never made it past the second round in six previous appearances at the Edgbaston Priory Club The 28-year-old, seeded seventh for the Nature Valley Classic, said, “This will be my first grass-court tournament [of the year] and I’m just looking for-

ward to getting started really. Last year I lost to Petra (Kvitova), the year before to Coco (Vandeweghe), so I’ve played some very capable players, especially on this surface.” “I wouldn’t say it’s anything specifically to do with Birmingham or the tournament. It’s always a lot to do with the opponents that you play. There’s no reason why this year I can’t do better. It might not happen but I’ll be working towards hopefully making it happen.”

Evans wins Challenger Tour title Bengaluru FC sign midfielder Eugeneson Lyngdoh

Nottingham, Jun 17 (Agencies): Dan Evans ensured that he will go into the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen’s Club off the back of consecutive Challenger Tour titles after victory in Nottingham. The British No 3, who has now climbed to 63rd in the rankings, battled against the elements and a congested timetable to take the title at the Nature Valley Open. Evans was forced to play both his semi-final and final on Sunday - defeating Japan’s Go Soeda 6-4 6-2 before wrapping up a 7-6

Jason Roy to miss next two World Cup games Lo n d o n, J u n 1 7 (Agencies): England will miss the services of Jason Roy in the next two matches as the opener has suffered a hamstring tear. Roy pulled up his hamstring while chasing a ball during the eighth over of England’s previous match against the West Indies. While the hosts won the game by eight wickets, the 28-year-old played no further part and underwent scans on Saturday in London. “The MRI confirmed that Roy has suffered a hamstring tear. As a result of the injury, he will be reassessed on an ongoing basis this week,” an ECB statement read. “He is set to miss England’s next two matches in the World Cup against Afghanistan (June 18) and Sri Lanka (June 21),” it added.

Dan Evans with the Challenger Tour trophy. (7-3) 6-3 victory over Russia’s Evgeny Donskoy. “It’s been a good week, carrying on strongly from last week,” Evans told ATPTour.com. “I played very well in

the first match. The second match, I was a bit frustrated and I was very tired. But I didn’t lose a set today, so I can’t be too unhappy. I played well out there, despite the wind.”

Bengaluru, Jun 17 (IANS): Bengaluru FC have completed the signing of former player Eugeneson Lyngdoh on a one-year deal, the club announced on Monday. The 32-year-old midfielder once again joins the Indian Super League champions after a two-year stint with Kolkata-side Atletico de Kolkata (ATK), who had signed the Shillongborn playmaker during the Indian Super League draft in 2017. A favourite among the

supporters, Lyngdoh first joined Bengaluru FC in 2014 after stints with Meghalaya’s Shillong Lajong and Rangdajied United. Going on to become a vital part of the side under Ashley Westwood and then under Albert Roca, Lyngdoh scored some crucial goals for the Blues en route to winning three major trophies apart from helping the club to a maiden AFC Cup final in 2016.

Eugeneson Lyngdoh

“Ever since I first signed for Bengaluru FC I knew I was making the right decision,” said an elated Lyngdoh who becomes the third Indian signing for the season after youngsters Prabhsukhan Singh Gill and Suresh Wangjam “Now that I’m here again I want to relive those moments and create new ones. I’m looking forward to being back on the pitch and fighting for titles once

again,” he added. At Bengaluru, Lyngdoh scored 16 goals in 74 appearances in three seasons while winning the Federation Cup in 201415 and 2016-17 and the I-League in 2016-17. The creative midfielder even bagged the All India Football Federation (AIFF) Player of the Year award for 2015, the second BFC player to claim the honour after Sunil Chhetri.

1ST DEATH ANNIVERSARY

of our beloved Lt. TALITEMJEN PONGEN 18th June 2018

They say time goes by so fast and yet when we miss someone, it hardly seems to have moved. Every day has been a struggle, some days more so than others. Words will never be enough to even begin to explain how much we miss you dearest Apa, and while we feel that you are in a truly better place, your absence here has left such gaping holes in our hearts and in our lives. You are never far from our thoughts, you are always there in our dreams and we hope that you are always there with us too, in spirit. We love you. From Loved ones MKC-376

APOLOGY LETTER

NAGALAND FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION NOTICE FOR REFEREES

The Nagaland Football Association is going to conduct a Referee Seminar from 27th to 29th June 2019 at IG Stadium, Kohima. The Resource Person will be Mr. Joy Chandra, Referee Instructor, All India Football Federation. Interested referees can contact the following persons for registration. 1. Mr. Ketholetuo 9774811752 2. Mr. Meyieto 8837408722 Hony. Secretary Nagaland Football Association K-1656 K Y M C

I, Shri. YANBEMO NGULLIE, S/o. Tsanso Lotha a resident of Suren Colony, Wokha Town publicly accept and admit that, I am the originator of Video clip which went viral in social media demonstrating plastic rice and accusing selling of the same by M/S Santosh Store. I accept that the contents captured and forwarded by me was fabricated and aimed at maligning the image of business community. The rice sample collected and tested at the State Public Health Laboratory, Kohima found negative for which I was summoned on dated 17/06/2019. Henceforth, I unconditionally apologized through press release and media circulation to the Administrator, Wokha Town Council (WTC), Wokha District Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Food Safety Inspector (Medical Department), M/S. Santosh Store and to the general public for my false allegation. I humbly seek forgiveness for my actions and I promise never to act in such a rash manner in the future.

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Shakib, Liton star as B’desh crush WI

Shakib Al Hasan celebrates his century with Liton Das during the ICC World Cup match between Bangladesh and West Indies.

Tau n t o n, J u n 1 7 (Agencies): All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan on Monday hit his ninth ODI hundred to lead Bangladesh to a 7-wicket win over West Indies in a thrilling game in Taunton and keep his team’s campaign alive in the World Cup 2019. Bangladesh rode on Shakib Al Hasan’s unbeaten 124 off 83 balls to pull off their highest successful run chase in ODIs as they reached the target of 322 in 41.3 overs. They matched their own record of the second highest successful run chase in World Cup history. This was Bangladesh’s second win of the tournament and also Shakib’s second successive century in this

edition. During the course of his innings, Shakib also completed 6000 runs in ODI cricket. He is only the second Bangladeshi cricketer to achieve the feat after Tamim Iqbal and only the fourth player overall to score over 6000 runs and take 250 wickets in the format after Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka), Jacques Kallis (South Africa) and Shahid Afridi (Pakistan). The No.1 all-rounder in the world though, is the fastest to achieve the double on this list. The win also lifted Bangladesh to fifth on the points table with five points behind Australia, New Zealand, India and England.

Shakib was superbly assisted during the chase by Litton Das (94 not out) as the duo added 189 runs for the unbeaten fourth-wicket partnership to guide Bangladesh to victory. Tamim Iqbal also made a crucial contribution at the top, scoring 48 off 53 balls while fellow opener Soumya Sarkar made 29 off 23 balls. The West Indies bowlers once again struggled to take wickets and keep the scoring rate under check on a good batting track in Taunton. Andre Russell and Oshane Thomas struck once each while the rest failed to fire which led to West Indies’ downfall. This was West Indies’ third loss in five matches

and it saw them drop down to seventh on the points table. Earlier, West Indies batsman Shai Hope hit a patient 96 while Evin Lewis and Shimron Hetmyer also made half-centuries to help the former champions post a competitive 321-8 from 50 overs after being put into bat. Hope struck only one six and four boundaries in his 121-ball knock while Lewis scored 70 before Hetmeyer smashed a 26-ball 50 and skipper Jason Holder added a quick-fire 33 to boost the West Indies total on a good pitch for batting. The dangerous Chris Gayle departed for a 13-ball duck after Bangladesh won the toss and asked the West Indies to bat first, but Hope and Lewis stitched together a 116-run partnership for the second wicket to lay the platform for a competitive total. Pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman was the pick of the Bangladesh bowlers as he claimed three wickets, including those of Hope and Hetmeyer, while Mohammad Saifuddin also finished with three to restrict the Caribbean side.

Brief Scores West Indies: 321/8 (Shai Hope 96, Evin Lewis 70; Mustafizur Rahman 3/59, Mohammad Saifuddin 3/72) Bangladesh: 322/3 (Shakib Al Hasan 124 not out, Liton Das 94 not out)

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Bhuvneshwar out for next 2-3 games Manchester, Jun 17 (IANS): Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who suffered a hamstring injury against Pakistan, will be sidelined for a maximum of three games in the ongoing World Cup, skipper Virat Kohli has confirmed. Kumar injured his hamstring while bowling the fourth ball of his second over and had to walk off the field during Pakistan’s chase of 337 on Sunday. Upon leaving the field, he was examined by team physio Patrick Farhart and a decision was taken to keep him off the field, with Vijay Shankar and Hardik Pandya combining to fill for him. “Bhuvi’s case looks like a niggle, a case of slipping on the footmarks. It doesn’t look too serious at the moment and looks like he could recover in a couple of games from now, maximum of three games,” Kohli said at the post-match presentation ceremony after India thrashed Pakistan by 89 runs (DLS method) at the Old Trafford. The Indian skipper added that they will include Mohammad Shami who is raring to go. “He is going to be an important factor for us so hopefully he can recover in time. But we have Shami with us and it shouldn’t be much of a worry for us. Even Bhuvi doesn’t think his niggle is too bad and that time would heal it,” he added.

Real finalise transfer worth €315m

M a d ri d, J u n 1 7 (Agencies): Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane couldn’t wait for last season to end. Now he can’t wait for the new campaign to begin. Just over two weeks after seeing Liverpool succeed them as European champions, los Blancos have already finalised transfers for five players, for a grand total of €315 million. Eden Hazard’s arrival has obviously generated the most headlines. Ten years after Zidane first recommended the former Lille winger to club president Florentino Perez in his role as an unofficial adviser, the Belgian has finally arrived at the Santiago Bernabeu, from Chelsea - and at a cost of €100m. Despite Karim Benzema’s fine form in an otherwise dreadful season for Madrid, an additional €70m has been spent on a centre-forward, Serbian sensation Luka Jovic, who is coming off the back of a prolific campaign at Eintracht Frankfurt. And let us not forget that Real reached an agreement with Santos last year for teenage sensation Rodrygo, who will complete his €45m move to the Spanish capital this summer. The Brazilian is still only 18 and could easily be sent out on loan but it is also worth remembering that compatriot and fel-

Seyie Auto KFL-3: Forerunners FC edge past Kohima Eagles FC

low forward Vinicius was also expected to spend last season with Real Madrid Castilla. I n s t e a d , Vi n i c i u s proved one of the revelations of Real’s dismal 201819 campaign before injury checked his progress, as well as denying him a chance to make his Selecao debut in the spring. Madrid will, thus, be privately hoping that Rodrygo – along with €2m Castilla signing Takefusa Kubo – can make just as instantaneous an impact in Spain and reinvigorate an attack that looked tired and predictable last term. The 13-time European champions have also addressed their issues at the back, though. Real may have persuaded club captain Sergio Ramos to reject a lucrative move to China but that doesn’t mean that they

aren’t planning for the future, as the €50m acquisition of Porto’s versatile centre-back Eder Militao underlines. In addition, Marcelo didn’t just lose his status as the world’s best left-back last season, he also regularly lost his starting berth to Sergio Reguilon. As a result, Madrid splashed €48m on Lyon’s Ferland Mendy, the fantastically fast and offensivelyminded Frenchman who has been described as “The Kylian Mbappe of fullbacks”. With all of this in mind, Zidane’s revamped Real look set to thrill fans of attacking football. However, they represent a terrifying proposition for all of their rivals, many of whom have not moved nearly as quickly in the summer transfer market.

Man Utd expect Pogba to stay

Mero calls for development of football

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K o h ima , J u n 1 7 (NPN): Khwetelhi Thopi brace in the last minute helped league leaders Forerunners FC Thizama earn a hard fought victory over Kohima Eagles FC 2-1 at the ongoing Seyie Auto Kohima Football League-3 here at IG Stadium, Kohima on Monday. The win kept the team on top of the league table with 12 points in the four matches and two matches remaining. A match against second place Vanguard FC on June 21 could be the title decider of the season. Kohima Eagles FC played a defensive game and dominated the possession. However both team failed to score in the first half. Thopi managed to drill the opponent’s defense with his pace but lacked the composure to score. Kohima Eagles FC took the lead when Kekhrieletuo Tsira scored through a stunning long range kick leaving the Forerunners

Eden Hazard was signed for €100m from Chelsea.

Khwetelhi Thopi in action during their Seyie Auto Kohima Football League-3 match against Kohima Eagles at IG Stadium Kohima on Monday. (NP)

keeper Veseto Chuzho with no chance in the 77th minute. But the game change suddenly as the league leaders Forerunners FC put on the pressure to find the equalizer. With a minute remaining in the match, Thopi headed home a crossing from K. Atun Konyak to equalise the scoreline. Thopi with his solo effort

managed to dribble past the defender and slotted home the winning goal in the injury added time. In the second match, Khriekesa FC continued their good form as they defeated A Yhome FC 3-1 to move to the fourth place on the league table. Ruokuovile scored for Khriekesa FC in the first minute. Vilhoubeituo

Yhome did score the equaliser in the 22nd minute for Yhome FC but Khriekesa got their lead again with Khrieneituo scoring in the 39th minute to make it 2-1. Yhome FC got their share to score but was unable to convert as Khriekesa took the advantage and Kevizakie doubled the lead in the 76th minute.

Phek District Football Association (PDFA) president Colo Mero on Monday called for development of football in the state, adding that Nagaland Football Association and district associations have a big role to play. He therefore, appealed to the associations to extend their support and contribute for the game to progress in the state. Speaking at the Seyie Auto Kohima Football League-3 as match patron, Mero also lauded Kohima Town Club for organising the tournament. Stating that serious clubs have come up in the state, he highlighted on the need for stakeholders to invest in football. “For overall development of football, the state needs stakeholders. The state government has to take interest and create such facilities for training and platform,” he added. The president also opined that the state should have enough football grounds to facilitate the footballers. It may be mentioned here that IG Stadium at Kohima is the only professional football ground in Nagaland. While challenging the footballers to give their best in the game, Mero reminded that football is not just about money and facilities but giving their best and growing up in the game. He also encouraged the footballers to be disciplined, to be loyal and true to their clubs.

Today’s match

Time: 1:30 pm United 16 FC vs Vanguard FC

Paul Pogba

Lo n d o n, J u n 1 7 (Agencies): Manchester United expect midfielder Paul Pogba to stay at the club this summer. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the United manager, sees the France midfielder as a key part of his plans for his first full season in charge at Old Trafford. Pogba, 26, said on Sunday that, “it could be a good time to have a new challenge somewhere else”. Real Madrid and Juventus are interested in signing the World Cup winner, who has two years remaining on his contract as well as an additional one-year option. Sky Sports News reported in April that Real were confident of signing Pogba and Eden Hazard this

summer. Hazard completed a £130m move from Chelsea to the Bernabeu last week. Meanwhile, Juventus’ sporting director Fabio Paratici is understood to have travelled to United’s London offices last week to hold talks over potentially bringing Pogba back to Turin, three years after he left for United. It is understood that negotiations are at an early stage, with Juventus rightback Joao Cancelo thought to be part of discussions. In March, Pogba said it would be “a dream for anyone” to play for Real Madrid under Zinedine Zidane. Later that month, Zidane said, “if one day he wanted to leave United... why shouldn’t he come to Real Madrid?”

Women’s WC: US beat Chile to reach last 16 PSG consider Neymar sale PARIS, Jun 17 (Agencies): Veteran striker Carli Lloyd scored twice as the United States beat Chile 3-0 on Sunday, sending the current holders into the last 16 at the Women’s World Cup despite some remarkable resistance from the opposition goalkeeper Christiane Endler. Lloyd, one of the biggest names in the women’s game, became the first player to score in six consecutive World Cup matches but missed out on a hat-trick when she put a late penalty wide. Yet Chilean keeper Endler, on her home Parc des Princes ground, was the player of the match, earning all the plaudits after pulling off several stunning saves to keep the score down. The United States will next play Sweden to decide top spot in group F after the Scandinavian side had earlier booked their place in the knockout stages, also with a maximum six points,

US players celebrate after scoring a goal during their Women’s WC match against Chile.

by beating Thailand 5-1. The US, coming off a record 13-0 win over Thailand in their opener, still lead the group on goal difference, having quickly improved their tally when Lloyd smashed home the first of their three first-half goals with an 11th minute half-volley. It followed an early onslaught that had already

seen the U.S. miss several clear-cut chances, including Lloyd hitting the post from close range with Paris St Germain’s Endler then reacting quickest to deny the US striker from the rebound. US midfielder Julie Ertz doubled the score on 26 minutes, flicking in a header from a corner and Lloyd, captain for the day,

then powered home from another corner nine minutes later after easily losing her marker. That took the 36-yearold Lloyd’s tally in the tournament to three, and 10 overall in World Cups. A three-time Olympian and only the second player, man or woman, to score a hat-trick in a World Cup final when the U.S won in

2015, Lloyd came off the bench against Thailand to score their 13th goal and could now be challenging for a starting spot. The US coach changed seven outfield players from the first game giving the squad a good rest ahead of the table-topping decider with Sweden on June 20. The champions began the second-half in the same attacking vein but Endler made a string of saves, including acrobatically tipping over a Christen Press volley and then clawing away a point-blank header from the same player minutes later. Lloyd almost had her hat-trick on 72 minutes, looping a header over Endler, but watched in despair as it bounced back off the bar. She then had a golden chance to seal her hat-trick in the 81st minute after a pitchside VAR review saw a penalty awarded following a tug in the box, but she skewed it wide.

Paris, Jun 17 (Agencies): Paris St Germain are prepared to sell striker Neymar, French media reports said, as chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi warned that irresponsible behaviour from players won’t be tolerated anymore. The Brazil international joined the Ligue 1 side from Barcelona for a world record 222 million euros ($248.91 million) in August 2017. However, he missed large parts of the 2018-19 campaign through injury and suspension and made just 17 league appearances, scoring 15 goals. PSG will consider selling the 27-year-old in the forthcoming transfer window if they receive a substantial offer, a report in L’Equipe said on Sunday. Neymar is said to be unsettled at the club and to have told relatives that he was having difficulties in France even before he was accused of raping a woman

Neymar

in a Paris hotel in May. The player has denied any wrongdoing. The report comes on the back of strong comments from chairman and CEO Al-Khelaifi about the attitude of squad members. “Players will have to be more responsible than before,” he told France Football. “It must be completely different. They will have to do more and work harder.

They are not there for their own amusement. If they do not agree, the doors are open — Ciao! I do not want star behaviour anymore.” His words come after a disappointing season for Thomas Tuchel’s side who, despite clinching the league title, were knocked out of the Champions League at the last 16 stage by Manchester United. They also failed to win either of France’s major domestic cup competitions.

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