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July 9, 1979, Forty Years Ago: Laldenga arrested

July 9, 1979, Forty Years Ago: The Mizo National Front President, Laldenga, was arrested from his South Delhi residence and remanded to police custody for three days, The Indian Express reported.

Former Mizoram minister Lalrinchhana dies

The MNF leader was suffering from cancer and prepartions were on to bring his body to Aizawl from the Meghalaya hospital.

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Zoramthanga takes oath as Chief Minister of Mizoram, PM Modi congratulates him

"Congratulations to Mr. Zoramthanga on taking oath as Mizoram's Chief Minister. Wishing him the very best for his tenure. May the Government fulfil people's aspirations and work towards the state's growth," PM Modi tweeted.

'Modi is a good PM for India. But in Mizoram, BJP has no place', says MNF President Zoramthanga

"There are no secret talks of alliance between the MNF and the BJP," says Zoramthanga

No electoral alliance with BJP in upcoming Mizoram polls: MNF

MNF secretary for information and publicity Lalthanzuala Hnamte cited a Tripurainfo online news report to say that there were claims in the local media that the BJP and the MNF have reached an agreement to forge an alliance.

Mizoram elections: Congress guns for third shot at power, opposition hopes anti-incumbency will see them through

While the main fight is between the Congress and MNF, the BJP is hopeful of its chances in what will be their last state in the Northeast.

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Mizoram: BJP’s final frontier in N-E amid Cong, MNF contest

While the main contest is between the Congress and MNF, the BJP is hopeful of its chances.

Mizoram elections: No alliance with Mizo National Front, BJP to contest all seats

BJP National Secretary for Scheduled Tribe Morcha, Hayithung Bill Lotha told media persons here that the BJP would contest all the 40-seats in the Mizoram Assembly election.

MNF accuses Congress of using militant group for political gains

Mizoram has for the past three decades been one of the country’s most peaceful states.

Mizo National Front rally in various Mizoram towns against price rise

The protest marches were peaceful although it disrupted traffic in various places.

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