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Nagaland Post www.nagalandpost.comVol XXIX No. 261 DIMAPUR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2019 Pages 12 ` 5.00Govt withdraws Manmohan’s SPG coverIndia thrash WI by 318…
Nagaland Post www.nagalandpost.comVol XXIX No. 261 DIMAPUR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2019 Pages 12 ` 5.00Govt withdraws Manmohan’s SPG coverIndia thrash WI by 318 runs in 1st TestWill raise Kashmir issue at every intl forum: Imrannational, Page 7sports, Page 12international, Page 9Modi, Trump agree on KashmirNEW DELHI AUG 26 (AGENCIES): Ever since the Centre decided to abrogate Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the regional politics surrounding the issue has escalated to the international forum. O n M o n d ay, i n a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump, the latter said that the Kashmir issue had been discussed between the two leaders who are in France to attend the G7 Summit. Donald Trump has repeatedly offered to mediate between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue but India has maintained that the dispute between the two nations is a bilateral issue. In Biarritz, France, Donald Trump admitted that he and PM Modi had discussed Kashmir. However, he took a different tone on his previous offers to serve as mediator. Donald Trump said, “We spoke last night about Kashmir, Prime Minister [Modi] really feels he has it under control. They speak with Pakistan and I’m sure that they will be able to do something thatENPO convenes 3rd all Naga tribal meetD I M A P U R , AU G 2 6 (NPN): Eastern Nagaland Pe o p l e s ’ O r g a n i z a t i o n (ENPO) has convened the 3rd joint co-ordination meeting with all Naga tribes on August 31, at 10 a.m. at Hotel Acacia Dimapur. ENPO has requested NTC, CNTC, Ao Senden, Sumi Hoho, Angami Public Organization, Lotha Hoho, Chakhesang Public Organization, Rengma Hoho, Pochury Hoho, UNC, Zeliangrong Baudi, ZPO and TCL Public Forum (Arunachal) to attend the meet. ENPO earlier held meeting with all Naga tribal hohos on different dates and places with regard to peace initiative besides joint coordination meeting held on July 6 & August 3, 2019.Uniform for special pool Sectt driversD I M A P U R , AU G 2 6 (NPN): State government has notified that it was mandatory for all drivers under the establishment of transport Special Pool, Civil Secretariat to wear uniforms on all working days while on duty. Transport officer & joint secretary, Samson Sekhose, stated that drivers are to wear white set of uniforms on Wednesdays and on special occasions like Republic Day, Independence Day, etc while dark grey set of uniforms to be worn on other working days.This is it!“If these posts are reserved then why don’t they hold separate exams for reserved and general?.” K Y M CNarendra Modi with Donald Trump during a bilateral meeting in the sidelines of G-7 summit, Monday. (Twitter Photo/PTI)will be very good.” Prime Minister Modi reiterated India’s stance on Kashmir as he sat next to Trump. Reaffirming that Kashmir is a bilateral issue, Prime Minister Narendra Modi categorically rejected any scope for a third party mediation between India and Pakistan on Kashmir, saying the two countries can discuss and resolve all issues bilaterally and “we don’t want to trouble any third country.” Without directly referring to the Kashmir issue, PM Modi said, “There are many issues with Pakistan are bilateral, We don’t both-er other countries about these issues. We can find solutions through discussions.” “India and Pakistan were together before 1947 and I’m confident that we can discuss our problems and solve them together,” Prime Minister Modi added. Narendra Modi also said that he had spoken to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan when the latter was elected and the duo had talked about combatting poverty in the region. “Both India and Pakistan should come together fight against poverty and forGHC Kma bench goes online, launches CISJustice S. Serto launching the CIS on Monday. (NP)CorrespondentKO H I M A , AU G 2 6 (NPN): Gauhati High Cour t, Kohima Bench (GHCKB) has gone online with the launching of Case Information System (CIS) version 1.0 on Monday afternoon and creating common platform for citizens to access court data. The CIS was officially launched by Justice S Serto,portfolio judge of GHCKB at the court premises here. In a brief function held on the occasion, chairman of the programme, registrar-cum-central project coordinator Nieko Akami said CIS was an initiative of Supreme Court under its e-court project with the main objective to let the litigants know the case and whatever orders passed by the court would be updated on the system. In his brief address, state informatics officer, NIC Nagaland centre Sushanta Kumar Mondal said it was a milestone that GHCKB has gone online and thanked the people involved for successful implementation of the project. He said other districts would be integrated in the next phase, while assuring to extend any further assistance, if required. (Cont’d on p-7)well being of our people,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Tensions between India and Pakistan spiked after India abrogated provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution to withdraw Jammu and Kashmir’s special status and bifurcated it into two Union Territories, evoking strong reactions from Pakistan. India has categorically told the international community that the scrapping of Article 370 was an internal matter and also advised Pakistan to accept the reality. Sharing a light moment, U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi laughingly shook hands after Trump told reporters that Modi, who was speaking in Hindi, “actually speaks very good English”. Ahead of a bilateral meeting, as the two leaders were fielding a barrage of questions from the media, Modi said in Hindi: “I think that we should be allowed to discuss these things by ourselves, and when we feel the need, we shall inform you (media) whenever necessary.”NMA flays violence against minor girlD I M A P U R , AU G 2 6 (NPN): Naga Mothers Association (NMA) has expressed shock at the video of a minor girl that went viral on social media wherein the minor was being mistreated inappropriately. In a statement, NMA condemned the incidence of violence on a young girl by three accused, two of whom were women. It stated that moral policing and violent acts by taking the law into one’s own hands were criminal activities. Lauding the prompt action of Mokokchung Police in arresting the perpetrators, NMA has demanded justice for the young woman whose modesty was outraged and to punish those responsible for making the video. NMA has appealed to the Nagaland State Child Rights Commission and Nagaland Commission for Women to initiate inquiry. It also demanded that counselling and proper rehabilitation be provide to the victim.Tribal bodies asked to depute nominees to NEFIP D I M A P U R , AU G 2 6 (NPN): Joint Committee on Prevention of Illegal Immigrants (JCPI) has requested eight tribe hohos, Kachari Tribal Council and ENPO to depute a member each from their community (making for a total of 10 members) to represent Nagaland to the North East Forum for Indigenous People (NEFIP). J C P I c o nve n o r K Ghokheto Chophy stated that those 10 members would be Nagaland’s permanent representative to NEFIP routed through the office of the JCPI. Chophy stated that JCPI was a state member representing Nagaland to the NEFIP as endorsed by apex tribe bodies at the meeting held at Tourist Lodge, Dimapur, on May 18. JCPI has, therefore, requested presidents of all the said tribe bodies to submit the names of the nominees to JCPI convenor on or before August 28. The delegation would participate in the NEFIP Assembly at Aizawl, from September 4-6, 2019. M e a n w h i l e, J C P I meeting would be held on August 28, at 4 pm at Hotel Jal Mahal, Mhalie Park.Central assistance for Tribal Affairs, H&TE departments D I M A P U R , AU G 2 6 (NPN): Union Tribal Affairs minister Arjun Munda expressed satisfaction over the performance of the Department of Under Developed Areas(DUDA) and also assured Nagaland minister of higher & tech education and tribal affairs Temjen Imna Along of providing all assistance to the state including an early reviewal of the current year’ s project for consideration of additional projects for 2019-20. The union minister had given the assurances when minister of Higher & Tech Education and Tribal Affairs Temjen Imna Along accompanied by addl.chief secretary tribal affairs Lhoubeilatuo Kire and other officials of the department of DUDU called on him in New Delhi, Monday. In his discussions with the union minister Temjen Imna Along informed that the tribal affairs department was created only recently after a cabinet approval on August 2. Since the tribal affairs department being new, there was much to catch up with that required central assistance.Temjen Imna Along with Arjun Muda in Delhi, Monday.On being briefed about various projects like minor forest produce (MFP) and minimum support price (MSP) and development of value chain for MFP that fell under Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation (TRIFED), an initiative of the Union tribal affairs to improve the socioeconomic condition of tribals in the country, Munda expressed his happiness over the performance of DUDA and assured that the proposals sent by the department would be taken up by the ministry. It may be mentioned that the Central ministry had declared DUDA as oneof the State implementing agencies for these projects from 2018-19. Under these projects, the department is actively involved in elevating the livelihood of farmers and MFP gatherers. Altogether 13 SHGs have also been set up and more SHGs are being covered in a phase-wise manner.Upgradation of 2 polytechnics soonChairman of All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) Dr.Anil D. Sahasrabudhe has agreed to approve the upgradation of two polytechnics in the state by year end.(Cont’d on p-7)Village councils spurn Govt’s belated relief CorrespondentMOKOKCHUNG, AUG 26 (NPN): In a case of too little and too late, the Chuchuyimlang EAC circle village councils have rejected the assistance offered by the state government on account of the unprecedented cyclonic storm on May 1, 2016 and May 9, 2018 that uprooted and destroyed many houses and farm lands. This was disclosed to media persons at a briefing by Chuchuyimlang Salang, Chairman of the Chuchuyimlang village council, Aosanen Pongen. Aosanen said that the village councils along with the village level disaster management, had prepared a detailed assessment of the damages incurred after being asked to do so, by the government. However, after the lapse of many years, the village councils of the cited circle, received a notification from the District Adminis-Members of various village councils under EAC circle Chuchuyimlang. (NP)tration to collect relief for the victims. To their astonishment, Aosanen said the relief turned out to be a mere 50 Kg Rice bag from the Department of Supply for each of those affected. Each bag cost Rs. 150 whereas the damages incurred were to the tune of some lakhs of rupees. Aosanen said the relief was dispersedunder the same letter head of the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and Nagaland State Disaster Management Agency (NSDMA). He said this confused the elders and therefore, the Chuchuyimlang EAC Circle villages wanted to know as to which of the two offered the relief. When asked about what would be their next step, Aosanen said the vil-lage councils would give one week time to the state government to respond to their memorandum. Meanwhile all members agreed with the point of the chairman of Yaongyimti Old that receiving the Rs. 150 bag of rice was more of a burden for the village council because the transportation cost will be costlier than the relief.7th Economic Census launched in Nagaland Calls for abstention hits proposed NH meet DIMAPUR, AUG 26 (NPN): The seventh Economic Census, 2019 under the aegis of the Union statistics ministry and in collaboration with CSC eGovernance Service India Limited was launched at Civil Secretariat Kohima by IT & C and power principal secretary KD Vizo. In his address, Vizo said the economic census was a census of Indian economy through counting of all entrepreneurial units in the country that were involved in any economic activity. All household establishments engaged in non-agricultural economic activities, including construction, except public administration, defence and compulsory social security, were proposed to be covered under the economic census. He said the common(C) KD Vizo at the launch of the 7th Economic Census.service centre (CSC), in partnership with the Union ministry of statistics and programme implementation (MoSPI) had been tasked with the responsibility of data collection and related activities for implementing the census. He said MoSPI would use IT-based mobile application for data collection verification and supervision and CSC would be an active partner in this endeavour. Mentioning that today was an era of knowl-edge economy where having good data was important, the principal secretary remarked that the strength and relevance of a country or a State depended on the quality of data it has because henceforth every transaction would now be made online for accurate transaction. In this regard, he said the IT & C and economics and statistics department would ensure accurate and authentic data so that the correct economic status of the State got reflected.As the data collected would be useful for every section of the society in future, he urged general citizens to extend full cooperation towards the economic census. The programme was chaired by economics & statistics commissioner & secretary Kelei Zeliang. The census was launched simultaneously across seven districts by their respective DCs, while the census will commence in the remaining three districts of Dimapur, Mokokchung and Peren in the first week of September. The CSC has engaged 1,252 enumerators and 305 supervisors, all of whom have undergone training for carrying out the task in the field. They will be covering 2,264 enumeration areas – 1,481 rural and 783 urban areas.DIMAPUR, AUG 26 (NPN): In a snub to the Naga Hoho, the Sumi Hoho, Western Sumi Hoho and Naga Council Dimapur have asked their members not to attend the Naga Hoho meeting scheduled to be held on August 28 at Agri Expo Dimapur. SH through its media cell has directed all its units to abstain from attending the August 28 meeting and cited the 2016 decision that withdrew support to the Naga Hoho. SH has therefore discouraged any Sümi organisation or individual from attending the meeting. WSH: Western Sumi Hoho through its media cell has also debarred any Sümi within its jurisdiction from attending the Naga Hoho meeting on August 28. WSH has declared that anyone attending the said meeting would be doing so purely out of his or her own vested interest and would not represent the WSH in any manner whatsoever.NCD: Naga Council Dimapur has directed all its units to abstain from the proposed Naga Hoho meeting on August 28 as the it was convened without prior intimation to the NCD even if it(NCD) is a co-opted member of the Naga Hoho. NCD president Bangerloba said the decision was made at an emergency meeting of NCD on August 26 which deliberated on the proposed NH meeting on August 28 in Dimapur. It may be recalled that earlier, the Ao Senden debarred the NH from holding its proposed meeting in Mokokchung. The only organisation from Nagaland which has decided to attend the meet is the newly formed Lotha Public Organisation led by Sulanthung Lotha ex-MLA. According to LPO, the decision to attend the meeting on August 28 was to strengthen the Naga Hoho as the apexorganisation of all Nagas. In a press release, LPO chairman Sulanthung Humtsoe and general secretary Zaremo Kikon stated that LPO, Dimapur based unit members, different ranges, circles and areas from Wokha district would be attending the meeting showcasing Lotha traditional attire. LPO said Lotha soil has been an important landmark in the Naga national movement, adding that formation of NH was also an idea conceived by the Lothas under the leadership of former Lotha Hoho chairman R Yanthan in 1994. Therefore, venerating Wokha district as a historical landmark, LPO said it was determined to restore back the NH. It also urged all tribal leaders to rebuild the “broken and fragmented” Naga society and “come on board for dogmatic transformation, reformation and restoration of Naga Hoho.” K Y M Cstate2Tongpang inspects NGH in DelhiTongpang Ozukum (2nd from R) with stakeholders and officials during the inspection at New Delhi.) DIMAPUR: Tongpang Ozukum, minister PWD (housing & mechanical) along with department officials inspected the ongoing construction of Na-galand guest house (NGH) at Dwarka, New Delhi on August 24. According to press secretary of the minister, Imliyanger Aier, duringthe inspection, the team interacted with M/s Ansari & co, constructing Dwarka phase-1 type I, II, IV and V who have agreed to complete type I & II buildingsKVS Lumami participates in quiz competition at KV ItanagarKYGK condemns August 16 incidentTanubhav Bhagawati DIMAPUR: Kendriya Vi dya l aya S a n g a t h a n (KVS) regional level Rashtriya Ekta Parv 2019 (Social Science Exhibition 2019) was held at KV Itanagar in which 38 KVs of Tinsukia region competed in 18 events. A press release from NU, Lumami PRO, Peter Ki stated that, Tanubhav Bhagawati of class 6 andWaluniba Longchar of class 6 from KV Lumami represented Dimapur cluster in the quiz competition. Quiz team was led by Rudresh Chhapola, Music teacher. In the quiz competition held on August 22, students from classes 6 to 12 of 38 KVs of Tinsukia region had taken part. Tanubhav Bhagawati secured the top position in all the rounds and also emerged as the winner of the quiz competition. He along with the second position holder Vishesh, class 12 of KV Dimapur will represent Tinsukia region at the KVS national level Rashtriya Ekta Parv 2019 to be held in the month of October in New Delhi.JDU Nagaland reiterates its stand on NSSSBDIMAPUR: Janata Dal United (JDU) Nagaland has reiterated its stand on the establishment of Nagaland State Staff Selection Board (NSSSB), one of the core issue incorporated in the party manifesto to the run up for the General Election 2018. A press release from media and publicity cell, JDU Nagaland stated that the decades old back-door appointment smeared by nepotism and favoritism has been ailing the very system of recruitment and appointment in the governmental set up in Nagaland. In this regard, the release stated that the best option at this moment was to establish the NSSSB so as to ensure that justice reigns in all matters of government appointments. JDU urged the PDA government to urgently take initiative to set up NSSSB and to convene an all-party meeting to discuss on this matter.DIMAPUR: Külolau Yemishe Ghami Kuqhakulu (KYGK) Dimapur has condemned the August 16 incident wherein a bonafide member of KYGK was shot dead at his residence in front of his family members. KYGK in a condemnation by president Vihoshe Awomi and general secretary Ayeho Z Ayemi has appealed in general and without attribution to any particular faction that the persons involved in the dastardly act of killing late ‘CoI.’ Toishe Yeptho must not be shielded under the guise of being national worker. KYGK stated that they should be immediately terminated from the respective factions if they (culprits) belong to any factions so as to enable the law enforcing agency to pursue the matter as per the law of the land in the interest of justice. KYGK further appealed the investigating authority that the accused cannot be condoned at any cost and should be booked and put to trial at the earliest. KYGK also stated that it was totally against any factional hostility as killing among brothers cannot bring solution and asserted that it will not remain mute spectator till those persons involved in the killing are booked under relevant section
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