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Court attack: CJ of Gauhati High Court to visit Mizoram
Aizawl, Sep 30 : Gauhati High Court Chief Justice Ajit Singh will visit Mizoram next week in the wake of a mob attack at Lunglei court and subsequent withdrawal of all judges from there, an official said here on Friday.
Mizoram to continue peace talks with terror outfit
Aizawl, Sep 29 : The Mizoram government would continue to hold peace talks with the Manipur-based terror outfit -- Hmar People's Convention-Democratic (HPC-D) and the second round of the bi-partite talks is scheduled on October 5, an official said here on Thursday.
Centre calls for report on court violence from Mizoram
New Delhi, Sep 28 : The Union Home Ministry has sought a report from the Congress-ruled Mizoram government over violence on Lunglei court premises, which led to the Gauhati High Court withdrawing all judges from there.
Why Centre imposed president's rule in Mizoram in 1988 still unknown, ...
Aizwal, (Mizoram),[India] Sept 28 : Mizoram National Front (MNF) president Zoramthanga on Wednesday said that the reason behind imposing President's rule in the state in 1988 by the then Congress government at the Centre still remains unknown.
Brus: Still Delayed Homecoming
On September 20, 2016, Lalbiakzama, Additional Secretary, Mizoram Home Department, disclosed that the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (UMHA), had approved 'Road Map-V' for Bru repatriation, proposed to commence from the first week of November 2016, and would soon release funds for expenses for the ...
Mizoram ministerial panel to probe mob attack at court
Aizawl, Sep 25 : A ministerial panel would probe Thursday's mob attack at a district court in Mizoram, state Home Minister R. Lalzirliana has said.
Gauhati HC withdraws judges from Mizoram court after mob attack
Aizawl, Sep 24 : The Gauhati High Court has withdrawn all the judges from the District and Sessions Court of Mizoram's Lunglei district following mob violence in the court premises recently, an official said here on Saturday.
Old tensions surface as EC seeks to revise Mizoram's electoral rolls
Aizawl, Sep 22 : An Election Commission decision to conduct a special summary revision of electoral lists in Mizoram has triggered protests and a court case over the inclusion of names of tribals who had fled to neighbouring Tripura almost two decades ago.
No response to strike call in Congress-ruled Mizoram
Aizawl, Sep 2 : The nation-wide shutdown called by 10 central trade unions on Friday to protest the NDA government's "anti-labour" policies evoked no response in Congress-ruled Mizoram.
Mizoram Bru repatriation to start from Nov.: MHA official
Agartala[India], Aug. 31 : Repatriation of Mizoram Bru tribal refugees, sheltered in seven camps in northern part of Tripura for the last 19 years, shall start from the first week of November, said a senior official of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Central officials urge tribal refugees in Tripura to return to Mizoram
Agartala, Aug 30 : Officials of the Union Home Ministry and two state governments on Tuesday asked Reang tribal refugees, sheltered in Tripura for the last 19 years, to return to their homes in Mizoram and take benefit of the rehabilitation package.
Quake hits northeast India, neighbouring areas
Agartala/Aizawl, Aug 23 : A 5.5-magnitude earthquake in the Myanmar-India border region on Tuesday rocked Assam, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya and some other parts of northeast India, but there was no report of major damage, officials said.
First dengue case detected in Mizoram
Aizawl, Aug 21 : First dengue case has been detected in Mizoram. The infected person arrived in Aizawl from Kolkata, an official said here on Sunday.
Mizoram is one of most peaceful, progressing states: CM
Aizawl, Aug 15 : Mizoram is one of the most peaceful states in the country heading for a steady progress of development, Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla said on Monday.
Mizoram begins peace talk with terror outfit
Aizawl, Aug 11 : The Mizoram government has initiated peace talks with Manipur-based terror outfit Hmar People's Convention - Democratic to find a solution of the outfit's demand for an autonomous council.
Mizoram takes preventive steps for Japanese encephalitis
Aizawl, Aug 2 : The Mizoram government has taken preventive measures to thwart the outbreak of Japanese encephalitis following reports of the disease in neighbouring Mnaipur, officials said here on Tuesday.
Talks with Hmar rebels slated for mid-August
Imphal, Aug 1 : The Mizoram government is scheduled to hold parleys with the Hmar People's Convention (Democratic) from the second week of August, for which it has set up a committee headed by state Home Minister R. Lalzirliana.
Cherry blossoms spread tranquility in the northeast (Environmental ...
New Delhi, July 28 : Mizoram has become the third state in India's northeast to get a Cherry Blossom Avenue, whith Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla planting a sappling of the flowering tree at the New Secretariat Complex in Aizawl.
Cherry Blossom Avenue launched in Mizoram
Aizawl, July 26 : In a bid to promote sustainable eco-tourism, a Cherry Blossom Avenue was launched in this Mizoram capital on Tuesday.
Vigil along Bangladesh border to be tightened
Aizawl/Agartala, July 15 : Mizoram and Tripura government have asked the security forces to maintain a maximum vigil along the Bangladesh border to foil any attempt of intrusion and illegal cross-border movement, officials said here on Friday.
Mizoram's new policy to boost economy
Aizawl, July 13 : The Mizoram government has undertaken a Rs 270 crore New Economic Development Policy (NEDP) to boost the state's economy and livelihood of the people, an official said on Wednesday.
MHA reviews security of Indo-Bangladesh Border
New Delhi, July 12 : A meeting was held in the Ministry of Home Affairs on Monday with senior officials of five bordering States on Indo-Bangladesh Border i.e. Assam, West Bengal, Tripura, Meghalaya and Mizoram.
Northeast India receives deficient monsoon rains
Agartala, July 11 : Except Mizoram and Sikkim, most parts of northeast India have so far experienced deficient monsoon rains, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Monday.
Eight Mizoram girls rescued while being trafficked to Gujarat
Agartala, July 3 : At least eight tribal girls from Mizoram were rescued from a car while being trafficked to Gujarat, police said on Sunday.
Swine disease contained in Mizoram, alert sounded in Tripura
Aizawl/Agartala, June 29 : The Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) disease which has so far killed at least 3,500 pigs in Mizoram has largely been contained, officials said in Aizawl on Wednesday.
Centre ensures early repatriation of Bru refugees from Tripura
Tripura, June 28 : Bru refugees from Mizoram have been streaming into refugee camps in north Tripura since 1997. Recently, a senior official of the Ministry of Home Affairs visited Tripura to ensure early repatriation of the Bru refugees to Mizoram.
Yoga events held in Mizoram, Tripura
Aizawl/Agartala, June 21 : The International Yoga Day was observed, enthusiastically in Left Front-ruled Tripura and at low key in predominantly Christian Mizoram on Tuesday after church bodies asked their members to refrain from the practice of Yoga.
Mizoram to start peace talks with Hmar terror outfit
Aizawl, June 17 : The Mizoram government said on Friday it will soon start peace talks with Manipur-based terror outfit Hmar People's Convention (Democratic) or HPC (D).
Practice of Yoga should not be forced on any one: Mizoram Governor
Aizawl/Agartala, June 16 : Mizoram Governor, Lt. Gen. Nirbhay Sharma (retd.) on Thursday suggested that the controversy over yoga should be sorted out by talks and no one should be forced to practice it.
Mizoram hands over gold robbery case to CBI
Aizawl, June 15 : The Mizoram government has handed over the Rs 14.5 crore gold robbery case to the CBI as the Special Investigation Team (SIT), constituted by the state government to probe the case, was facing problems, an official said here on Wednesday.