MIZO NATIONAL FRONT
Travel bill scam: CBI examines Rajya Sabha member, Lalhming Liana
CBI has examined Rajya Sabha member Lalhming Liana of Mizo National Front for allegedly submitting inflated bills to claim air travel reimbursement.
Congress nominee, Ronald Sapa Tlau, wins lone Rajya Sabha seat in Mizoram
Sapa was declared elected by Returning Officer for the polls and state Assembly secretary Ngurthanzuala after obtaining permission from the EC.
Mizoram Rajya Sabha election to be held on June 19
Election to the lone Mizoram Rajya Sabha seat would be held on June 19, state assembly sec...
Mizoram opposition parties holding talks to form united front
All the opposition parties in Mizoram have been holding talks to form an united front against the ruling Congress, sources in the MNF said.
Mizoram polls: Mizo CM who sacrificed his chair for state's peace
The party’s star campaigner, Mizoram CM Lal Thanhawla, at the close of a gruelling campaign, has touched virtually every corner of his state.
Mizoram quietly readies for battle of ballots
With the state going to polls on Nov 25, Mizoram People’s Forum issued a code of conduct and taken pledges from all parties in the fray to follow the diktat.
Social media and SMS new tools for poll campaigning in Mizoram
Political parties in Mizoram have been using social media and mobile phones to woo voters, for the coming Assembly election.
EC orders Mizoram poll dept to use VVPAT in 10 constituencies
MNF had expressed doubts over reliability of EVMs and suggested to the Election Commission that the EVMs might have been manipulated in the 2008 Assembly polls
HPC objects to Tuivai hydro electric project
Hmar People's Convention (HPC) today objected to the construction of the proposed 210-megawatt Tuivai hydro electric project in north eastern Mizoram.
Ruling Congress candidate wins Chalfilh bypoll
Ruling Congress nominee Ngurdingliana won the by-poll to Chalfilh Assembly seat, defeating rival Mizo National Front candidate Lalvenhima
Article 370 scrapped: Centre's J&K move sparks fear in Mizoram
There are fears that Modi govt might scrap the special provisions that protect the interests of Mizoram's indigenous people.
10 parties extends support to Om Birla's candidature for Lok Sabha speaker
Previously, Manohar Joshi of the Shiv Sena was appointed Speaker in his first term in the Lok Sabha in the year 2002.
Rahul asks all Congress state in-charges to submit report by June to assess poll debacle
According to sources, surveys are being done from the booth level to evaluate the reasons for the poll debacle.
BJP's North East allies in discomfort as Citizenship Bill moves ahead
Already BJP’s ally in Assam, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) has quitted the alliance and three ministers are resigning on Wednesday.
2018 was a year of Congress resurgence
The year also saw Rahul Gandhi come into his own as a leader, as he completed one year in the post of Congress president and made his place in the larger and crowded grouping of opposition titans.
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