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Half-naked woman found bound, gagged in Mizoram church

The police have filed a case against her under IPC section 295-A for deliberating outraging religious feelings.

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UN, Mizoram govt sign deal to initiate livelihood project

The project is expected to create market linkages for Mizoram’s primary products and also focus on “sustainable” use of bamboo.


Mizoram: Militants demand Rs 30 lakhs ransom for 11 kidnapped men

The militants apparently believed the men were small-time contractors during the time of the kidnapping.

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Six-month rail block to hit food supply to Northeast

In Mizoram, food and civil supplies commissioner R Lalvena said the state was looking forward to import rice from Myanmar.


Lovers by the lake: Why Rih Dil is a must-visit for newlyweds from Mizoram

For many other newlyweds in eastern Mizoram, crossing the border into Myanmar and taking wedding photographs at the natural lake is one way to capture the most important day in their lives.


Mizoram Home Minister writes to MP counterpart in missionaries’ arrest case

In his letter, R Lalzirliana asked the five men be ‘acquitted and released’ as they still face cases against them.

5 Mizoram ‘evangelists’ freed on bail

The missionary society has dismissed the charge that its members were offering Rs 1 lakh to the labourer to convert to Christianity.


Three years in jail for man who molested two minor daughters

After almost a year since the molesting began, the sisters complained to their mother in February this year.

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HC asks Mizoram to appeal against 45 acquittals

The HC’s order comes almost a year after the court registered a writ petition based on a depositors’ union’s letter to the Chief Justice.


Mizoram: 5 dead as truck falls into gorge

It is unclear exactly when the truck met with the accident, police suspect it fell into the gorge around 1 pm.

Deal with World Bank for Mizoram road project

The link to Bangladesh will facilitate greater bilateral trade and access to the Port of Chittagong.


Cache of arms seized near Aizawl, five Chakma tribesmen arrested

Mizoram Police and Border Security Forces seized a cache of arms and ammunition and arrested five Chakma tribesmen.


Poor conditions in camps, Bru leaders say Tripura ‘wants us to leave’

Residents of these camps are neither entitled to work under the MGNREGA nor are given farmland to earn a livelihood


Mizoram is considered as ‘dumping ground’, ‘a repository of expired things': State leaders

The younger breed of leaders is even less impressed by the quick succession of events that has cast Mizoram.


Maharashtra Governor K Sankaranarayanan quits after transfer order

Sankaranarayanan was among the first batch of governors telephoned by Home Secretary Anil Goswami to put in their papers.


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