An indefinite total bandh demanding better roads and electricity supply continued for the third day.
The MNF is demanding roll back of hikes in electricity, water and government-supplied rice prices.
As it reached a house on the outskirts, it attacked a group of women sitting on the porch.
An indefinite total bandh began in southern Mizoram’s Lai Autonomous District on Tuesday as the Young Lai Association demands better roads and better electricity in the region.
The EC said that 32 Congress candidates did not face any competing candidates in six village council areas.
The Cabinet minister incidentally had been the first one to support the new law during the Assembly debate.
The woman allegedly died because she was refused blood transfusions since her husband could not immediately pay for it.
It is suspected that the woman contracted the H1N1 virus from Delhi.
Mizoram’s main opposition said “the state does not need a minister unwilling to take responsibility.”
Kolasib, resident Babie Zothanpari, had died in the Kolasib Civil Hospital on February 3.
The BJP as the party’s state unit has plans this week to induct more people in areas dominated by ethnic groups.
The HPC has said the dam would submerge farmlands of up to seven nearby villages.
Tuesday’s vote by the councillors was administered by ruling Congress MLA R Vanlalvena.
BJP vision document’s reference as ‘immigrant’ however has been accepted by some faction of the North East people
Thangchhuaha, a driver with the BRO, was released on Sunday and brought to his home town of Aizawl.
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