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A Chakmas' curfew called by Mizo Zirlai Pawl, the state's apex students' body, was foiled by large troops of police who prevented the activists from proceeding to the Chakma-dominated sector Chawngte 'C' this morning...While C stands for Chakma, P
Chakma organisations have taken a strong exception to Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla's alleged racist remarks against the Chakmas which appeared in a local vernacular daily on April 28. In a joint statement on May 15, eleven Chakma students and
Mizoram has fallen short of its ambition to become cent per cent literate state, achieving 91.58 literacy percentage to rank number three among the states and Union Territories of India, according to the provisional report of Census 2011.
The Supreme Court has directed the Mizoram Government to give rice to the Chakma tribals in southern parts of Mizoram, who have allegedly been starving for the past few weeks, sources said here today. In a letter to Mizoram chief secretary Vanhela
Chakmas waylaid them between Diyun and Namsai and attacked them with lathis and stones while they were returning after attending claims and objections hearing pertaining to entry of refugees in the Electoral rolls. According to official sources here
Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Mullappally Ramachandran informed this in the Lok Sabha recently while replying to a question raised by Arunachal MP Takam Sanjoy. Mr Sanjoy in a statement today said that the minister, in his reply, revealed