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Escaping ethnic trouble, 280 Myanmar tribals seek shelter in ... - Daijiworld.com

23May2017
Escaping ethnic trouble, 280 Myanmar tribals seek shelter in ...Daijiworld.comAizawl, May 23 (IANS): At least 280 people, mostly women and children, from Myanmar have taken shelter in two villages in Mizoram allegedly fearing ethnic ...and more »
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Mizoram Super League: Laying The Blueprint For India's Rise In Basketball - NBA India

16May2017
Goal.comMizoram Super League: Laying The Blueprint For India's Rise In BasketballNBA IndiaMizoram, the North-Eastern Indian state known for its football prowess, has been on a sports high off late. Right from Aizawl FC's fairy-tale I-League victory in football to the vibrant basketball Mizoram Super League (MSL), the state has shown a ...Indian Football: Who are Aizawl FC's players of the season?Goal.comall 2 news articles »
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Mizoram to sensitize airport officials on wildlife smuggling - Times of India

17May2017
Times of IndiaMizoram to sensitize airport officials on wildlife smugglingTimes of IndiaAIZAWL: The Mizoram government on Tuesday decided to sensitize security officials at the Lengpui airport to prevent people from smuggling seeds and wild animals from the state. Mizoram is a biodiversity hotspot with a number of new species of fish and ...
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Over 280 refugees have crossed over to Mizoram from Myanmar - Economic Times

22May2017
Economic TimesOver 280 refugees have crossed over to Mizoram from MyanmarEconomic TimesOver 280 refugees have crossed over to Mizoram from Myanmar. By PTI | Updated: May 22, 2017, 01.13 PM IST. Post a Comment. The Assam Rifles personnel posted in the border areas and the district administration provided necessary assistance to the ...Driven out by militants, 300 people from Myanmar flee to Mizoram ...The New Indian Express300 people expelled by militants from Myanmar to ...New Delhi TimesOver 300 refugees from Myanmar flee to MizoramZoram ObserverHindustan Times -Frontier Myanmarall 6 news articles »
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Lessons from Mizoram - The Arunachal Times

12May2017
Lessons from MizoramThe Arunachal TimesThe state of Mizoram has achieved the distinction as one of the most peaceful and progressive states of India in general and the North-East region in particular. Once upon a time, it was known as Lushai Hills under the state of Assam. A visit to ...
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Mizoram boys win Sub-Junior National Football - Times of India

29Apr2017
Times of IndiaMizoram boys win Sub-Junior National FootballTimes of IndiaKOZHIKODE: Mizoram club Aizawl FC are on the cusp of history and standing between them and their first I-League title is a fellow north-eastern club, Shilling Lajong from Meghalaya. Aizawl travel to Shillong on Sunday needing just a draw to cap off the ...Aizawl FC's success is down to a robust football setup in MizoramEconomic TimesIn Aizawl FC's I-League title, Khalid Jamil earns redemption while Mizoram finds hope and recognitionFirstpostIn Pics: Half-Day in Mizoram to Celebrate Aizawl FC's VictoryThe QuintIndian Sports news -Assam Tribune -Zee Newsall 234 news articles »
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MBDPF Appeals to Supreme Court Against Mizoram Civil Bodies - NorthEast Today

19May2017
NorthEast TodayMBDPF Appeals to Supreme Court Against Mizoram Civil BodiesNorthEast TodayMizoram Bru Displaced People's Forum (MBDPF), an apex body of displaced Bru people staying in seven refugee camps in north Tripura district has recently appealed to the Supreme Court and accused two civil bodies of Mizoram — Young Mizo Association ...
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In Mizoram, aspiring footballers love being Mama's boys - Hindustan Times

28Apr2017
Hindustan TimesIn Mizoram, aspiring footballers love being Mama's boysHindustan TimesIn landlocked Mizoram, aspiring footballers love being Mama's boys – girls too. Mama, in the Mizo language, means little boy or son. But for those sold on soccer in this north-eastern state bordering Bangladesh and Myanmar, Mama is a legend called ...
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