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Not a single Rohingya Muslim entered Mizoram: Home Minister R Lalzirliana

Lalzirliana said it is unlikely that the Rohingyas would come to Mizoram as the community’s home state of Rakhine in Myanmar is quite far off.

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Three minor parties forge pre-poll alliance in Mizoram ahead of election next year

Mizoram, which became a union territory in 1972 and a full-fledged state in 1987, had a Congress government for over 20 years, the MNF had ruled the state for over 10 years.

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NLUP brought economic development in Mizoram, says CM Lal Thanhawla

“When NLUP started, production of input supply was less than five per cent in almost all sectors,” he said, adding that by end of 2015-16, most sectors have achieved self-sufficiency in quality input supply which was a highly commendable achievement.

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Mizoram’s Champai town struck by Swine Flu

Mizoram Animal Husbandry and Veterinary department confirmed that Champai town at Indo-Myanmar border has been struck by swine flu. Atleast 90 pigs and piglets died due to the syndrome last month and the figure was around 4000 in 2016.

Mizoram govt to hold political level talks with HPC (D)

The official said that four rounds of talks held since August 10 last year were held under cordial atmosphere and mutual trusts and had proceeded fast towards reaching an amicable settlement to the vexed Hmar imbroglio.

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Heavy rains, flash floods wreak havoc in Imphal, Guwahati

The torrential rain has resulted in submerging of many low-lying areas in the Imphal valley, including Chief Minister Biren Singh’s constituency Heingang.

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Heavy rains continue to lash Mizoram, Imphal

The Met department announced on Tuesday that the southwest monsoon, which entered the region on Monday morning, was already spreading vigorously to other states including Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura.

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Mizoram wants open border, visa-free entry up to 60 km

“We do not know about our neighbouring states. But for us here in Mizoram, owing to our close ethnic ties, we would be happy if the earlier practice [60 km free zone and period of stay up 60 days instead of 72 hours] is restored,” CM Lal Thanhawla said

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Protest against transfer of doctor: NH-54 blockade cuts off supplies to Mizoram

In Aizawl, the state government issued an order to all filling stations to ration oil sales and prohibited purchase of petrol with containers.

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Proposals to implement Mizo Peace Accord terms discussed

Though the Mizo Accord was inked on June 30, 1986, the former underground personnel said, many of the terms and conditions of the peace agreement were yet to be fulfilled by the Centre.

People’s Party of Arunachal reiterates demand for amendment of Statehood Act, 1987

The party also called upon the people of the state, its legislators, elected panchayat leaders and others in the society to stand united in its demand for the constitutional amendment of Article 371 (H) in Parliament.

At least 280 refugees have crossed over to Mizoram from Myanmar: Police official

Mostly women and children from Arakan in Myanmar have taken refuge at two villages in southernmost Mizoram’s Siaha district, says the official.

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MPCC pushes for resuming peace talks between Mizoram government and HPC(D)

The move to ensue peace talks was advocated on the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Mizo peace accord, which was signed in 1986.

Troops recover six illegal AK-56 rifles in Mizoram in four days

Troops of the Assam Rifles, in a joint operation with Mizoram Police, have recovered as many as six AK-56 assault rifles in two separate operations in the past four days.

Sanctioned in 2000, broad-gauge train reaches Mizoram after 16 years

Sanctioned way back in 2000 for gauge conversion, the 84.25-km project was completed “well within target”, Pranav Jyoti Sharma, CPRO at the Northeast Frontier Railway headquarters said.