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204th Bhanu Jayanti observed in Dimapur by Gorkha students

9:31 AM

To celebrate the 204th Bhanu Jayanti, Gorkha Students’ Union Dimapur (GSUD) organized a program on Friday, at Dimapur Town Hall under the theme, “Our culture our identity”, in which 22 Gorkha units from different parts of Dimapur participated.
 

Speaking at the program, PDA minister of state Nagaland, Sashank Ghatraj lauded GSUD for their contribution to the community.
He asked the community to encourage the youth saying that the youth should be encouraged and guided since they were the pillars and the future of society. He also encouraged the students to be responsible in their duties and to work hard with determination. He also spoke about the importance of the Nepali language, which is also one of the official languages, saying that it should be learned by the community to be used verbally and in writing.
He asked them to stay in unity with the Nagas and also asked the gathering to learn to live in peace and harmony.
DGU chairman Kumar Subba highlighted the contributions of Bhanu Bhakt Acharya. A short speech was also delivered by Mirmire Kanchanjung Sikkim, editor, Heman Giri who was the guest speaker of the program. Renowned poet, writer & social engineer Chakrapani Bhattarai and founding member of Dimapur Gorkha union, Tikaram Dhakal were the special invitees.
Among the program highlights were the lightning of the lamp, felicitation of HSLC and HSSLC successful candidates 2018, poem recitation and cultural shows etc.
Further, the program also featured a second session where an extempore speech competition, solo dance, group dance and duet dance were presented by various individuals and groups that enthralled the gathering.   
Earlier, an invocation prayer was pronounced by NBF, Razhaphe pastor Suresh Sundas and later vote of thanks was delivered by GSUD general secretary Anand Gurung.

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Dimapur Gorkhas organize blood donation camp at Dist hospital

10:17 AM
Dimapur, August 29: Dimapur Gorkha Union and Gorkha Students Union Dimapur in collaboration with Dimapur Municipal Council, Dimapur District Hospital and Dimul Private Limited today organized a blood donation campaign here in the premise of Dimapur District Hospital in commemoration of the 71st Martyr's day of the 'first Gorkha martyr' Major Durga Malla.
Dimapur Gorkha Union and Gorkha Students Union Dimapur organize blood donation camp at Dist hospital
Dimapur Gorkha Union and Gorkha Students Union Dimapur organize blood donation camp at Dist hospital
Blood Bank Dimapur in-charge Dr. Temsu, while appreciating the campaign said the blood bank belongs to the public and people should know that, and if it happens to be closed down, there will be suffering, and thus people should come ahead and play their part to keep it available.

He also explained to the donors, who could be seen sitting in school uniforms that they should at least be 18 years and weigh 45 kilograms to be eligible to donate blood, and remarked in a lighter mood that donating blood will make them immune of every disease while the donors laughed at the possible metaphor.

He also read out the number of units collected by such blood donation campaigns carried out by Gorkha Union since last 4 years, which stood at 684 (120 units in 2011, 210 units in 2012, 189 units in 2013 and 165 units in 2014).

This was the fifth consecutive year that the union was involved in such a blood donation campaign. The number of units donated this year at the end of the day was 101 units.

Source - Nagaland Page

Dimapur Gorkha Students Union organised Summer Sports meet

11:05 AM
DIMAPUR- Three-day ‘Annual Summer Sports Meet 2015’ organised by Dimapur Gorkha Students Union concluded on August 1 at Government Higher Secondary School Dimapur.
Dimapur Gorkha Students Union organised Summer Sports

The Sports Meet was graced by Om Prakash Sethi, President Marwari Samaj as chief guest on July 30 and lauded the effort to unite youth of Dimapur, through sports by GSUD. The meet was concluded in presence of T Rio, former DMC Member and social worker as Guest of honour. Special guest of the event were Bishnu Bhattacharjee, President Minority Wing (NPF), DGU president Kumar Subba and Teju Pradhan Head GB Singrijan. T Rio appreciated the youth fraternity and encouraged women players in his address and said Sports and culture is the best way to unite all and Youth should come forward to build a beautiful cosmopolitan city Dimapur with constructive ideas.The motto of the Annual Summer Sports Meet 2015 is ‘”Unity through Sports” where 15 unit of GSUD of Dimapur District participated.
Dimapur Gorkha Students Union logo
Dimapur Gorkha Students Union logo
GSUD Daragapathar became Champion in Boys Football event followed by model village as runners up. In Women group, Singrijan Gorkha Students became winner in Volleyball event and runners up were GSUD, Khuda Village. The Prize Distribution and certificates were conferred by Minority Wing President Bhattacharjee and DGSU President Kumar Subba with the team of GSUD President Sunil Limbu and office bearers.


Gorkha peon hacked to death in Dimapur

12:42 PM
A government employee (peon-cum- carpenter helper) was hacked to death by another colleague at PWD office, Housing Division-I, Dimapur on Saturday.
Gorkha peon hacked to death in Dimapur

The deceased identified as Khrishna Bahadur (55), son of late Chobilal and a resident of  Lotha colony, Dimapur died on the spot after he was hacked to death from behind with a machete by the accused, Anil Sharma(40), son of late Enadev Sharma and resident of Lotha colony at around 9.30 a.m. outside the office.

The accused is also a carpenter helper at PWD housing division-1 surrendered himself at West police station around 10.05 a.m. At a funeral service, staff and officers said Anil Sharma appeared mentally disturbed since the past few days.

In a statement, Dimapur police PRO informed that the accused surrendered at West Police station. A case has been registered and circumstances leading to such action are being enquired into, PRO stated.

DGU condemns: Dimapur Gorkha Union (DGU) has vehemently condemned the cold blooded murder of Krishna Bahadur Sharma by Anil Kumar Sharma.

In a press release, DGU Disciplinary Action Committee chairman Dipak Lama said the tragic incident occurred when the deceased was opening the collapsible gate of the SDO-I Housing PWD office, and the Anil Kumar attacked with a machete (Dao) in the neck and the deceased died on the spot.

DGU said the deceased survived by his wife Dil Kumari Sharma, one son and two daughters all in their teens.

DGU has appealed to the authorities to award the severest punishment on the accused as per the law of the land and not to grant bail under any circumstances.
It pointed out that the deceased was the sole bread earner of the family and was looking after his school and college going children. The tragic death has left the family members in great hardship, it added.

DGU conveyed deepest condolences to the bereaved family members and pray to Lord Almighty to grant strength.

Lama further appealed to the Gorkhas to maintain peace and tranquility and not to communalize the incident. DGU also appealed to the state government to grant ex-gratia to the bereaved family and also appoint one of the children on compassionate ground, if the deceased was murdered on duty
The union also thanked Lotha Hoho general secretary R. Ezung, chairman Lotha colony and GB for the support and solidarity to the bereaved family.

GSUD condemns murder
Gorkha Students Union Dimapur (GSUD) has vehemently condemned the cold blooded murder of Krishna Bahadur Sharma, a grade IV employee under SDO I, Housing Division, PWD department by Anil Kumar Sharma. In a press note GSUD president, Sunil Limbu has appealed to the administration, police and judiciary to book the culprit and award the severest punishment as per the law of the land and not to grant bail under any circumstances. GSUD said with the demise of Krishna, the sole bread earner of the family who looks after his school and college going children, has left the family members in great hardship. GSUD has conveyed deepest condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed to Lord Almighty to grant them strength. The union has also appealed to the state Government to grant ex-gratia to the bereaved family and also appoint one of the children on compassionate ground.

Source - nagalandpost

 
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