Hindi teachers without salaries for seven months in Mizoram

Hindi teachers under Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) numbering 1,305 have not received their salaries for seven months, Mizoram School Education minister H. Rohluna Tuesday said.

End attacks on people from northeast: Mizoram Assembly

The Mizoram Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution urging an end to "discrimination and violence" against people from the northeastern region.

Nine abduction incidents since 2011: Mizoram Home Minister

Aizawl: There have been nine incidents of abduction in Mizoram since 2011 till date, state Home Minister R Lalzirliana informed the Legislature Monday.

Assembly passes Mizoram Lokayukta Bill

Aizawl: The state assembly Thursday passed the Mizoram Lokayukta Bill, 2014 introduced in the legislature by Law Minister Lalsawta.

Mizoram House ratifies 121st Amendment Bill

Mizoram Assembly on Thursday ratified the 121st amendment bill, 2014 to the Constitution as passed by both houses of the Parliament.

Bill to enable Mizo women to inherit property

The Mizo women will be able to inherit property and their marriages cannot be terminated at the whims of their husbands once the proposed Mizoram Marriage, Divorce and Inheritance of Property Bill, 2014, is passed by the Assembly.

Primary school teacher arrested on charges of sexual abuse in Mizoram

A primary school teacher has been arrested on charges of sexually abusing 32 students in Champhai district of Mizoram, a police officer said on Friday.

Two held for extorting money in Mizoram

Two cadres of the Hmar People's Convention (Democrats) were arrested from Kolasib town for allegedly extorting money, police said on Monday.

Delhi Police's Aizawl in Manipur howler, then correction

 Delhi Police were left red-faced Friday after issuing a press release over the murder of a woman in which it was mentioned that she hailed from Aizawl and said the town was part of Manipur.

Mizoram abductions: 7th kidnapping by same militant group

The abduction of 11 non-tribals from Mamit district on the Mizoram-Bangladesh border by suspected NLFT and Bru militants was the seventh kidnapping incident in the area by the outfits, police said on Tuesday.

Five killed as truck falls into a gorge in Mizoram

Five persons including three persons belonging to a family died when the truck they were travelling rolled down to a gorge on the south Mizoram's Lunglei to Aizawl road, police said on Tuesday.

Oil scarcity hit Mizoram for blockade

Scarcity of oil hit Mizoram during the past few days and prices of vegetables hit the roof due to frequent road blockade of NH-44 and puja.

Explosion near residence of Mizoram Parliament Secretary ​

A powerful explosion took place near the residence of the Mizoram Parliamentary Secretary for Home in Mission Veng locality here early Wednesday morning but there was no report of any casualty, police said.

KK Paul to be sworn-in as Mizoram governor on Sept 16

Meghalaya Governor Krishan Kant Paul, who was appointed to take additional gubernatorial charge of Mizoram and Manipur, would be sworn-in as the Governor of Mizoram on September 16 at the Raj Bhavan Durbar Hall in Aizawl.

Money disbursed to 173 Bru families: Mizoram govt

Mizoram government has disbursed money under rehabilitation and resettlement package to all the 173 Bru families who returned to Mizoram from six relief camps in neighbouring North Tripura during June 17 to 21 last year.

Drafting of Lokayukta Bill 2014 completed in Mizoram

Mizoram`s Lokayukta Drafting Committee has completed the draft Lokayukta Bill, 2014 and uploaded the bill in the state law department`s website, officials of the state law and judicial department on Friday said.

Woman gang-raped in front of husband in Mizoram

A woman was allegedly gang-raped in front of her husband by two youths at Ropaiabawk locality here, police said Monday.

Mizoram minister`s removal sought for anti-democratic activity

Central Committee of Young Mizo Association (YMA) demanded removal of Minister of State for Veterinary and Sericulture Dr BD Chakma for his alleged anti-democratic activities, the Mizo`s largest organisation leaders said.

Malaria outbreak in Mizoram

Mizoram government sent doctors and supporting staff to south western Mizoram area in Lawngtlai district adjoining Bangladesh where malaria outbreak in an epidemic form has been reported.

Two-day Bru repatriation begins tomorrow

The sixth phase of Bru repatriation will begin tomorrow and preparations are in full swing to receive the Bru families who are willingly returning to Mizoram from six relief camps in Tripura.