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GPPK & Gorkha NGOs to organise Balidan Diwas

9:05 AM
DIMAPUR | 8/24/2018: Gorkha Public Panchayat Kohima (GPPK) in association with Gorkha NGOs will be organising Balidan Diwas in memory of Shaheed Major Durga Malla, captain, Neikezhakuo Kenguruse and other martyrs at the Gorkha Public Panchayat Complex, Chandmari Kohima on August 25, 8 a.m.

A press release from GPPK press & publicity secretary, Anup Rana stated that the Gorkha community including the Gorkha defence ex-service man will pay rich tribute to all the martyrs during the program. The organisers have invited one and all to the program.

Via Nagaland Post

Gorkha Union Darogapathar recognized as a unit of Dimapur Gorkha Union (DGU)

6:59 PM
Dimapur | March 21 Gorkha Union Darogapathar with its motto “Prosper Through Unity” has been recognized as a unit of Dimapur Gorkha Union (DGU), an apex body for the Gorkhas of Dimapur District.

The recognition programme was held on March 19 at Government Middle School Darogapathar, Dimapur. The main speaker was President of DGU Kumar Subba who declared the Gorkha Union Darogapathar as the 22nd unit of Dimapur Gorkha Union.

Pastor, Jiwan Chamling of G.C.C, Darogapathar pronounced the invocation during the programme which was chaired by Jeet Badhur Bariely.

Gorkha Union Darogapathar recognized as a unit of Dimapur Gorkha Union (DGU)
File photo: Dimapur Gorkha Union
A host of leaders including Head GB Darogapathar Village, other GBs, leaders from various Gorkha Union units, Chairman of Gorkha Public Panchayat Purana Bazar, Tiatemsu Member ACAUT, Ao Union Darogapathar, Gorkha Pariwar Darogapathar and Gorkha Elders Forum attended the programme.

Morung Express News

India Gorkha’s and Korean youths to India

9:01 PM

Writes Anmol Mukhia

On the 3rd January 2016, Mr. Anish Ale and his family have set an example of Good Samaritan to save the life of Korean youths in Indian railway station. Mr Anish Ale is an Indian gorkha from state of Nagaland, India. According to Anish, it was basically one of the most boring days as train was delayed for 9 hrs and around 3:30.p.m two young Korean men approached for help. They were Korean University (고려 대학교) students from Seoul (Republic of Korea) who had come to India on a trip to visit a few places. One of them had lost his phone along with his debit card which had most of their trip money. Pick pocketing is nothing new in India but, “I couldn’t react very well as I was in shock and disbelief as to how people can be selfish enough to steal from Guests in our country and cause them difficulties in their journey. They could have been penniless and hungry” says Anish.
Anish helped them to find the Railway police on the advice of his kind mother Mrs. Ana Ale and a gentleman who was seated nearby. Ale family rush to show their humility towards the Korean youth with patience and without honour or reward. When they met the railway policemen they were surprised once again at their reluctance to help the foreigner friend who had been there earlier. Most of the cases in India show police hesitate in helping when it is their obligation. On the conversation with Anish the policeman asked “how is it possible for a cellphone to be stolen from the pocket?”…he replied “the same way thieves steal people’s wallets.” The policeman finally agreed to file a complaint in the form of an application and gave them a copy of it.
Anish says we then headed for a recharge store to buy recharge for my phone so that they were able to reach the Bank in Korea (한국 은행) to block the card as well to reach their families on phone regarding this incident. And fortunately, soon enough the card was blocked. My friend was not worried about his phone, he was worried about his card as their train was bound to Varanasi and they had to travel with limited amount of money after losing the debit card. They will get in touch with a Korean man they know there and get their money transferred through him and in about two weeks they’ll head back to Korea. It didn’t take long for us to become good friends. We had enough time to talk about one another as both theirs and out trains were delayed. According to Anish, he felt he didn’t do much because that was the right and humane thing to do, he gave his time and effort but it meant the world to them at that moment.

Kohima Gorkha community celebrated pre-Tihar (Diwali)

10:52 AM
The Kohima Gorkha community today celebrated pre-Tihar (Diwali), the festival of lights under the aegis of Gorkha Public Panchayat Kohima within its office complex in Chandmari here.

Gracing the celebration as the chief guest, OSD Municipal Affairs Department Nagaland, Sanju Pandey expressed the hope that the celebrations would spread the message of brotherhood and oneness amongst all the community.

He also appreciated the GPP for organising the celebrations with a view to uphold the cultural identity and also pass it on to the younger generation.  Pandey also extended festive greetings and best wishes to the people.

Guest of honour, Dy SP PHQ, Jibon Pradhan expressed hope that peace will reign the society with the celebration of tihar.

Earlier, the guests also lighted the diwali lights along with GBs and presidentsof various Gorkha NGOs in the state capital.
 Kohima Gorkha community celebrated pre-Tihar (Diwali)
 Kohima Gorkha community celebrated pre-Tihar (Diwali)
Assistant General Secretary of GPP Chanda Rai delivered the welcome address while tihar greeting was extended by GPPK president Santu Thapa. Significance of tihar was shared by GPPK general secretary Suresh Kumar Lama. Special number was presented by Samir Thapa while Gorkha Sahitya Kala Sanstha Kohima Chandra Kumar Lama tendered the vote of thanks.  

The main highlights of the program were dramatise act on tihar, Gorkha traditional fashion show, cultural dances, performance by Tashi Dolma Lama, finalist of Dancing Stars of Nagaland, Kamal Chettri, 1st runners-up and Kezevinuo Sogotsu, finalist Amazing Voice of Nagaland, bands of Gorkha NGOs, individual artists.  

Tihar is a five-day Hindu festival celebrated by Nepalese/Gorkhas that honors different animals on successive days. The third day of the festival, Lakshmi Puja, dedicated to the goddess of wealth, is known as Diwali.

Source:nelive


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.


Nagaland Governor greets Gorkha community on Bhanu Jayanti

10:51 AM
Nagaland governor P.B. Acharya has extended greetings to the Nepali/Gorkha community of Nagaland on the occasion of Bhanu Jayanti, birth anniversary of great Gorkha poet late Bhanu Bhakta Acharya.
Nagaland governor P.B. Acharya
Nagaland governor P.B. Acharya
In a message, the governor said Bhanu Jayanti is celebrated with gaiety and happiness as a symbol of valuable knowledge and unity. He said Bhanu Bhakta Acharya, who was born in Nepal in 1884, made Nepali language a common tongue to almost 61 Gorkha tribes before the Nepal monarch Prithivi Narayan Shaha had declared the Gorkha language, now Nepali, as a national and palace language. Governor prayed that this auspicious occasion bring peace, prosperity and progress and strengthen fellowship among the people of the state.

Via - nagalandpost

 
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