SENAPATI, Aug 17: The 202nd birth anniversary of Don Bosco was celebrated at the Don Bosco College Ground yesterday.
Organised by the Alumni of Don Bosco, Maram unit, the college basketball court, was also inaugurated by DC, Senapati Athem Muivah.
The Alumni Maram unit also identified two youths, Gaikaunglung Gonmei, B Com, 2nd Semester and Glenda Boibila Rangnamei, BA, 2nd Semester and were given the ‘Youth of the Year’ award. Athem Muivah extolled the institute for producing good students and citizens.

Senapati: A programme ‘A story telling with Lieutenant General (Retd) VS Atem, Member of Collective Leadership’ was held at Katomei community hall, Katomei village, Senapati under the aegis ANSAM, to revitalise the immense struggle of Naga movement and to continue to ignite the generation.
The story is about the good times of the past and abiding human gift of conversation and about the life of the soldier, a leader, a father and a nationalist who has helped shape the contours and life of the Naga Movement. He shared about his life experience including motivation, struggles, sacrifices, the fellowship of comradeship, the hallmark of the people’s movement and drawing of hopes and the dreams of his people for peace and a shared future.
The programme was attended by ADC Chairman, vice chairman, ADC members, Senapati, Civil organization and all the units and subordinate bodies of ANSAM and locals.

Senapati: The Mao Catholic Women Association (MCWA) has vehemently condemned the adoption of “One Village, One Denomination” by village authority of Leingangching village, Ukhrul and the denial of burial for late Rita Haorei.

I went to that village (Sharkarphung) along with Sacred Heart Parish Pastoral Council Members. We went there to meet the Headman of the Village lo discuss the establishment of the Catholic Church at Leingangching village. At that time. Mr. K. Phungmi was the Headman. In the process of our discussion, at the request of the headman, then and there we wrote our application and submitted the written application to the headman for the establishment of the Catholic Church on 8th Nov. 2009. But later our letter was outrightly rejected by K. Phungmi headman, saying that there shall be only ‘one denomination’ in this village localities, (dated. 21″ Nov. 2009).

Associations protest authority’s failure to book culprits

SENAPATI, Aug 10:Following the failure of the authority concerned to book the culprit (s) of the “rape and attempted murder “ of a minor girl from Viewland on August 1, a protest demonstration was staged by the JAC, NPO, SDWA, SDSA, SKAWWA, Liangmai Naga Women Union and locals at Traffic point, Senapati DHQ today.

SENAPATI, Aug 10:The Mayangkhang General in its emergency meeting held today has declared that the General does not accept the observation of ‘Patriots Day’ at General Thangal Ecological Park, Mayangkhang, Senapati district which is to be organised under the supervision of Kangpokpi administration.
It further stated that the district administration, Kangpokpi will be held responsible for any unwanted incident on the said day.

SENAPATI, Aug 7: The 59th Mountain Brigade Commander, Senapati organized a free medical camp for the people of Emeshiipro, Namgugai, and Taphou Namthan areas at Taphou Ngaihang village.
The medical camp was felicitated by Capt Dr Sadia (SF, AMC-MO) along with five other member and assisted by 34th Assam Rifles, Senapati, Post commander Major Vivek and his team.
People of the locality thronged Taphou Ngaihang village to attend the medical camp where more than 100 patients were administered medical check-ups.

SENAPATI, Aug 7: All the members of Zhaimai Liyai village have been notified that the half yearly general body meeting would be held on August 28.
The members have been requested to submit agendas one day before the meeting.

SENAPATI, Aug 4: ADC, Senapati has strongly condemned the “rape and attempt to murder” of a minor girl at Viewland colony, Senapati district Headquarters on August 1, conveyed a press release issued today by Chairman of ADC, Senapati.

Senapati, Jul 27: The Thangal Union has asserted that the Thangal people will remain in Senapati district
A press release issued by the information and publicity secretary of the Union today, stated that the Thangal people will remain a part of Senapati district. It pointed out that since the inception of, the then North district, Senapati, the Thangals have been in the forefront for the development of Senapati district in many ways like land donation for General Thangal Ecological Park, FCI godown and IIT etc.

Senapati: The Maram Khullen Circle Youths and Students Association (MKCYSA) , condemning the transfer oder of Maram PHC senior most Medical Officer (SMO) in charge Dr Ngouniba Peter, has urged the State Government to revoke the said transfer order at the earliest.

Senapati: In view of the aftermath of natural calamities which damaged numerous properties of Senapati district, ADC Chairman M L Markson has persuaded the Government officials to conduct spot inspection for the affected areas and properties in the district. According to reports, several roads, residential as well as agricultural lands were damaged due to development of cracks, landslides/mudslides, flood as a result of downpour in the past few days.
Taking note of such unfortunate loss of properties, ADC Senapati has taken the initiative to persuade the authority concerned to conduct spot enquiry at the earliest.
In order to comprehensively identify and measure the scale of damage and to bring out the best solution, he has urged the officials concerned to consult it with the village authority, local leaders and the victims.

SENAPATI, Jul 24:The District e-Governance Society (DeGS) today organized a meeting for all the Village Level Entrepreneurs (VLE) of Senapati district, at DRDA conference hall, Senapati.
The meeting was attended by DC, Senapati Athem Muivah (IAS), SDOs of all the different blocks, SDC, District Information Officer, Additional District Information Officer, two District Managers of Senapati, along with 40 VLEs.
The DC of the district being the incumbent Chairman of DeGS, presided the meeting.
Athem Muivah encouraged the VLEs of the district to appear the certifying exams for Permanent Enrolment Centre (PEC) and informed that there are 121 PECs in the State of which only 10 PECs are allotted for Senapati, 7 active and 3 yet to be active.
In regard with Digital-Pay, Athem Muivah emphasized on the role of VLEs at the Common Service Centres (CLCs) as vital. The service of the VLEs at the CSC can serve as a mini bank by linking with ADHAAR for transaction of money through internet services, he added.