Seven VVPAT machines develop snag during Mizoram polls

Seven VVPAT machines developed technical snag during polling for the lone Lok Sabha seat in Mizoram Friday, election office sources said here.

No woman makes it to Mizoram House yet again

Though women voters outnumbered their male counterparts in Mizoram, no woman once again made it to the state legislature in the election held on November 25.

We won as no irregularity in our government: Lal Thanhawla

There was not "a single instance of irregularity of our government", said Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla Monday after he led the Congress to victory in Mizoram.

Lal Thanhawla, a poster boy of Congress in Mizoram

A poster boy of Congress in Mizoram, four-time Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla is a stalwart in the state politics and has been in and out of power for the past three decades.

Mizoram Assembly Election Results: Congress wins absolute majority, retains power

A day after the ruling Congress was humiliated in four major states, it got absolute majority in Mizoram where results for the 40-member Legislative Assembly were declared on Monday.

Two polling officials suspended in Mizoram

Two polling officials who were on duty at the Republic Veng - I polling booth during the election to the 40-member Mizoram Assembly on November 25, were suspended for dereliction of duty.

VVPAT performance not satisfactory in Mizoram polls

The performance of the VVPAT system used in the recently held Mizoram assembly election was not satisfactory, as 10 per cent of the machines malfunctioned, state Chief Electoral Officer Ashwani Kumar said here on Saturday.

78.81 pc turnout in Mizoram repoll

Voters` turnout during re-polling at a polling booth in the Aizawl South-I Assembly seat held on Thursday was 78.71 per cent, state Joint Chief Electoral Officer H Lalengmawia said.

Re-poll in Aizawl South seat booth

Re-poll would be conducted in Republic-I polling station in Aizawl South-I constituency on Thursday due to reports of alleged malpractices by one polling official, Mizoram`s Joint Chief Electoral Officer H Lalengmawia said.

Poll turnout in Mizoram will cross 83%, the highest in polls

The turnout in Mizoram assembly election would cross 83 per cent, which is the highest-ever in polls in the state, state Chief Electoral Officer Ashwani Kumar said on Tuesday.

104-yr old woman casts vote in Champhai

A 104-year-old woman became the oldest voter in the election to the 40-member Mizoram Assembly, for which polling was held on Monday.

Ahead of Mizoram Assembly elections, militants kidnap three

Ahead of the Mizoram assembly elections, at least three people were kidnapped by the outlawed tribal guerillas from a village in Mamit district of western Mizoram, police said Monday.

Over 81% polling in Mizoram Assembly Elections

Balloting to elect a new government in the northeastern border state of Mizoram ended peacefully on Monday, with over 81 percent of voters exercising their franchise till 4 pm.

Women voters to play key role in Mizoram polls

Women voters will play a key role in the November 25 assembly elections in Mizoram, the only state in India where women voters outnumber men.

After orderly campaign, Mizoram set for assembly polls

Mizoram elects its new assembly Monday, after a period of campaigns that were organised and peaceful. The ruling Congress will be challenged by the Mizo National Front (MNF)-led three-party alliance.

Polling in MP, Mizoram to elect new Assemblies on Monday

Polling for the 230 member assembly in Madhya Pradesh and 40 member Mizoram Assembly will take place on Monday.

Mizoram Assembly polls with VVPAT machines

Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla of the Congress and all his 11 ministers are among 142 candidates who will be contesting for the 40-member Assembly election on Monday.

UPA failed to solve Mizoram-Assam border dispute: Rajnath

BJP president Rajnath Singh slammed the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre as well as the Congress governments in both Assam and Mizoram for their failure to solve the boundary disputes between the two neighbouring states.

Election campaign comes to an end in Mizoram

Campaigning for the election to the 40-member Mizoram Assembly on November 25 came to an end on Saturday with political parties making a last-minute bid to drum up support of the electorate.

Chana sect members free to vote anyone sans diktat from leader

For long Mizoram political parties have tried to persuade members of the Chana`s sect led by Ziona to vote en bloc for them, but without success, in their village in the Tuikum Assembly seat in Serchhip district.

Mizoram sets example of violence free poll campaign

With no incident of violence being reported for the November 25 Assembly elections, Mizoram has set an example of peaceful election campaigning.

Veterans of Mizo-National Army feel betrayed

The veterans of Mizo National Army who took up arms on a separatist demand in the sixties, said that they felt betrayed as many promises made by the Centre were not met.

Mizoram polls: Kolasib DC removed after goof-up in printing ballots

Deputy Commissioner and District Election Officer of Kolasib district on Mizoram-Assam border R. Lalramnghaka was transferred after a faux pas was detected in the printing of postal ballots.

Rahul Gandhi promises jobs for Mizoram youths

AICC Vice-president Rahul Gandhi hit the campaign trail for the November 25 Assembly polls in Mizoram, stressing on welfare of Mizo youths and promising to create more jobs if Congress is voted back to power in the state.

Vote confirmation device to be used in Mizoram poll

A newly-designed device, which confirms to a voter that his or her vote was cast as wished, will be used in 10 of the 40 Assembly segments of Mizoram, officials said here Thursday.

Lal Thanhawla in advantageous position in Serchhip

With Mizoram`s Serchhip district reaping benefits of central and state socio-economic welfare schemes, Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla seems to be in an advantageous position both in Serchhip and Hrangturzo seats from where he is fighting the November 25 elections.

Mizoram film industry pins hope on new government

Swamped by Korean films dubbed in Mizo language, the film industry in Mizoram hopes that whichever party comes to power after polls should allocate more funds for its development.

Mizoram polls: VVPATs to be used on large-scale for the 1st time

With voter-verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) being used on a large-scale for the first time in the country in the Mizoram Assembly polls, the Elections Commission is leaving no stone unturned to make it easily accessible to voters.’

Polling in Bru relief camps peaceful

Polling in the six Bru relief camps in North Tripura, for the coming election to the 40-member Mizoram Assembly on November 25, was completely peaceful.

Gorkhas weighing NOTA option in Mizoram elections

Deprived of OBC status by Mizoram government and the alleged step-motherly attitude of Mizos, Gorkhas, who are one of the largest minorities in the state, are weighing the NOTA option provided by the Election Commission in the November 25 Assembly elections.