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The Mizoram government has submitted Road Map 5 for the repatriation of Bru tribals living in relief camps in neighbouring Tripura

Despite the apparent lack of enthusiasm among thousands of Brus lodged in six relief camps at Kanchanpur Sub-Division of North Tripura district to return to Mizoram, the state government, as directed by the Ministry of Home Affairs, has submitted Road Map – V for repatriation of Brus. 583 more words


Bairabi bridge collapse: Govt blames nature, opposition blames ruling-party

The state government has said Sunday’s collapse of an under-construction bridge over the Tlawng River at Bairabi the effect of a natural calamity and had nothing to do with design or technical lapses. 449 more words


Mizoram Government deploys Police to escort goods-trucks into Mizoram as commercial vehicles' strike enters 4th day

Armed policemen were called in on Saturday to escort trucks and other vehicles from near the Assam-Mizoram border, where a line of such vehicles had been held up due to the state-wide commercial vehicles’ strike which had begun to cripple normal life after four days. 614 more words


Aizawl girl becomes first Mizo woman to summit Mt Everest

A Mizo woman reached the peak of Mount Everest an hour before noon on Saturday (May 21) to become the first woman from the community to summit the world’s tallest mountain. 205 more words


Anthuriums and Other Flowers from Mizoram

The climate in Mizoram is ideal for growing flowers.  Geraniums and brilliant bougainvillea dot the countryside, brightening up the porches of every home. Anthuriums, roses and chrysanthemums are also being grown here now on a commercial scale. 592 more words

Beauty Of Mizoram

The Discovery of Vangchhia: Part Six

The story goes that Pualdenga was grief-stricken when his daughter was killed by a tiger.

In his sadness, he took a rock and began to draw images on a flat rock that stretches several metres down the hill east of what is now Farkawn. 692 more words