Mizoram govt to organise Zo Kutpui to unify Mizo tribes

News:The Mizoram government is organising Zo Kutpui (festival) in at least 10 states across India and countries such as US, Myanmar and Bangladesh. Facts: About Zo Kutpui Festival: The Zo Kutpui festival aims to unify and strengthen the brotherhood among various Mizo tribes living in different parts of the world. The first edition of the… Continue reading Mizoram govt to organise Zo Kutpui to unify Mizo tribes

Rain-loving’ snake discovered in Mizoram

Researchers have discovered a rain loving snake in Mizoram called as Smithophis atemporalis. This discovery has been included in the New Zealand-based journal Zootaxa. The Mizoram rain snake (Smithophis atemporalis) has been named after eminent British herpetologist, Malcom A Smith, for his contribution to Indian herpetology. The species looks like a slender elongated common water… Continue reading Rain-loving’ snake discovered in Mizoram

Call for poll boycott in Mizoram

An umbrella organisation of major civil societies and student associations in Mizoram have decided to boycott the April 11 election to the lone Mizoram Lok Sabha seat and organise a State-wide indefinite bandh from April 8. This decision was taken after the Election Commission of India has decided to set up 15 temporary polling stations… Continue reading Call for poll boycott in Mizoram

15 polling stations to be set up for Bru refugees

Election Commission of India has decided to set up 15 temporary polling stations in Mamit district of Mizoram exclusively for Bru community voters living in relief camps in Tripura. The Brus,also called Reangs, are scattered across Assam,Mizoram and Tripura.In Mizoram,they inhabit small pockets of Mamit,Lunglei and Lawngtlai districts,but the largest section is in Mamit bordering… Continue reading 15 polling stations to be set up for Bru refugees