Mizoram

 - Sakshi Post
Jun 09, 2020
KOLKATA: West Bengal and Mizoram on Monday announced an extension of coronavirus lockdown in their states.
Raphael Malchhanhima with Chennai: Jeyandran, 41 and Chinnathambi, 51 - Sakshi Post
Apr 30, 2020
On April 26, Malchhanhima set off on a journey that would last more than 84 hours through five states...
Majority Of Newly Elected MLAs In Mizoram Are First Time Legislators - Sakshi Post
Dec 14, 2018
Half of the newly elected legislators in the Mizoram Assembly are first time MLAs.
Mizoram - Sakshi Post
Dec 13, 2018
Thirtysix of the 40 newly elected legislators in Mizoram are “crorepatis,” according to a survey by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR).
Mizoram Assembly Elections 2018 - Sakshi Post
Dec 11, 2018
The Mizo NationalFront (MNF) is likely to bounce back to power after 10 years in Mizoram...
Mizoram Election Report - Sakshi Post
Dec 08, 2018
Mizoram is headed for a hung Assembly in the 2018 elections. The Congress is set to get 14-19 seats in the 40 Member Legislative Assembly.
File Photo of Union Minister J. P. Nadda - Sakshi Post
Oct 21, 2018
BJP Releases First List for Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram Assembly Polls 
Chief Election Officer Om Prakash Rawat - Sakshi Post
Oct 18, 2018
CEC Reviews Mizoram’s Poll Preparations
Sep 13, 2018
Telangana To Go For Polls With MP, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh And Mizoram
Representational image - Sakshi Post
Jun 05, 2018
Ten people were killed and another injured when a building was swept away by a landslide triggered by heavy rains in the Lunglawn area of south Mizoram
Over 1,400 Myanmarese nationals who took refuge in Mizoram’s Lawngtlai district following clash between Arakan militants and the Army there in November last year have refused to return to their country - Sakshi Post
Jan 22, 2018
Over 1,400 Myanmarese nationals who took refuge in Mizoram’s Lawngtlai district following clash between Arakan militants and the Army there in November last year have refused to return to their...
The refugees left their homeland because of the ongoing war between the Myanmarese Army and the Arakan Army - Sakshi Post
Dec 06, 2017
The Indian government has allowed over 1,300 tribal Buddhist refugees from Myanmar’s Rakhine region to enter Mizoram
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