MIZO NATIONAL FRONT
Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla files nomination from two seats
The Congress leader would be contesting from his home turf Serchhip as well as the Champhai South constituency located on Mizoram's border with Myanmar.
BJP to wait for MNF's decision on fielding candidates from Chakma-dominated seats
Sarma said that the election scenario in Mizoram is still t...
Mizoram assembly speaker Hiphei quits Congress, to join BJP
The veteran leader also quit the primary membership of the Congress.
BJP releases 2nd list of candidates in Mizoram
The BJP had released its first list of 13 candidates on October 20.
Mizoram assembly polls: Zoram People’s Movement to contest 39 out of 40 seats
ZPM has released a list of 35 candidates.
BJP’s poll campaign in Mizoram from October 17
Amit Shah will address booth-level party workers. Around 15,000 booth level workers from across the state will attend the meeting.
Mizoram will celebrate this year's christmas under BJP rule- BJP president Amit Shah
Shah kick started Saffron party’s poll campaign in Mizoram which is going to polls on November 28.He inaugurated party’s office.
Congress to axe 30 percent of sitting MLAs in poll-bound Mizoram
Mizoram chief minister, Lal Thanhawla on Tuesday chaired nomination committee meeting in Aizwal.
Mizoram polls: Use ballot papers in assembly polls, MNF urges to EC
The EC team is on a visit to Mizoram to review poll preparedness in the state. The election to 40-member Mizoram assembly would be held on November 28.
Lal Thanhawla claims Congress will make hat-trick of win in Mizoram
Stakes are high for the Congress in Mizoram as it would be a tough challenge for it to retain the only government in the entire North-East.
Congress faces tough challenge in Mizoram Assembly polls
Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla on Saturday alleged that his former cabinet colleagues R Lalzirliana and Lalrinliana Sailo were "corrupt" when they were ministers.
BJP to fight Mizoram election alone: Ram Madhav
On the Opposition calling the Mizo National Front (MNF) "proxy" of the BJP, the general secretary termed it "ridiculous".
There is no anti-incumbency in Mizoram, BJP won’t win: Lal Thanhawla
The Mizoram CM talks about the repatriation of the Bru tribals, conversions, the upcoming poll and the road ahead for Mizoram
BJP fighting propaganda in Mizoram, says unit chief Hluna
The BJP plans to contest the Mizoram assembly polls on its own. The opposition Mizo National Front has said it will not have any electoral understanding or seat-sharing arrangement with the BJP.
MNF rules out tie-up with BJP
Zoramthanga said the Congress, which has been ruling the state since 2008, will not win more than 10 seats in this year’s election.
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