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'Mizo National Front' - 35 News Result(s)

  • Zoramthanga Sworn In As Mizoram Chief Minister Amid Hymns, Bible-Reading

    Zoramthanga Sworn In As Mizoram Chief Minister Amid Hymns, Bible-Reading

    Four days after achieving a landslide victory in Mizoram after 10 years, Mizo National Front (MNF) president Zoramthanga today took oath as the chief minister along with 11 other party members at the Raj Bhawan in Aizawl. This is the third time he has been elected to head the northeastern state since 1998.

  • Party Won't Leave North East Democratic Alliance: Zoramthanga

    Party Won't Leave North East Democratic Alliance: Zoramthanga

    The new Mizoram chief minister, Zoramthanga today said that his party the Mizo National Front (MNF) has no intention of leaving the BJP-led NDA and North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA). He said combating alcoholism and drug addiction would be one of the top priorities of his government and it would take up development projects from day one.

  • Zoramthanga Sworn In As Mizoram's New Chief Minister

    Zoramthanga Sworn In As Mizoram's New Chief Minister

    Mizo National Front (MNF) chief Zoramthanga was sworn in today as Mizoram's new chief minister, heading a 12-member ministry. He was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor K Rajasekharan during a ceremony at Raj Bhavan in Aizawl.

  • Prohibition On Liquor, Better Roads Are Priority In Mizoram: Zoranthanga

    Prohibition On Liquor, Better Roads Are Priority In Mizoram: Zoranthanga

    After leading the Mizo National Front (MNF) to power in Mizoram, chief minister-designate Zoramthanga today said he would impose total prohibition in the state as promised by his party. Total prohibition was imposed in this highly-literate and Christian-majority state since February 20, 1997 by the then Congress government. However, it was lifted i...

  • "Accept People's Mandate," Says PM As Congress Takes 3 BJP States

    "Accept People's Mandate," Says PM As Congress Takes 3 BJP States

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday tweeted his congratulations for the Congress, Telangana's K Chandrashekar Rao and the Mizo National Front for their victories in the assembly elections this evening. "We accept the people's mandate with humility," his tweet read.

  • Early Christmas For Mizoram's MNF, Zoramthanga To Be New Chief Minister

    Early Christmas For Mizoram's MNF, Zoramthanga To Be New Chief Minister

    Rebel leader and two-time Chief Minister of Mizoram, 84-year-old Zoramthanga has led his party -- the Mizo National Front (MNF) -- to victory in the assembly elections. The MNF has bagged 26 of the 40 seats in the hill state. The ruling Congress could manage only five. The outgoing chief minister, Lal Thanhawla, has accepted his defeat and resigned...

  • Congress Loses Its Last Bastion In Northeast To Mizo National Front

    Congress Loses Its Last Bastion In Northeast To Mizo National Front

    The Mizo National Front (MNF) today uprooted the Congress in its last bastion in the Northeast to return to power after 10 years in Mizoram.

  • Mizoram Election Results: Five-Time Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla Loses Both Seats, His Congress Trails

    Mizoram Election Results: Five-Time Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla Loses Both Seats, His Congress Trails

    Five-time Chief Minister of Mizoram, Lal Thanhawla, who contested from Champhai South and Serchhip, has lost both the seats. While he lost Champhai to Mizo National Front's (MNF) TJ Lalnuntluanga, Serchhip was snatched by Zoram People's Movement's (ZPM) chief ministerial candidate Lalduhoma.

  • Congress Loses Mizoram To Regional Mizo National Front (MNF)

    Congress Loses Mizoram To Regional Mizo National Front (MNF)

    The Congress, which appears to be on the road to victory in BJP-ruled Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan and is locked in a close fight in Madhya Pradesh, has lostMizoramto Mizo National Front's (MNF) which has got 21 seats in the 40-member assembly.

  • Mizoram Election Results 2018: Regional MNF Trumps Congress In Mizoram, Zoramthanga To Be Chief Minister

    Mizoram Election Results 2018: Regional MNF Trumps Congress In Mizoram, Zoramthanga To Be Chief Minister

    Regional party Mizo National Front or MNF trumped the ruling Congress party in Mizoram taking it away from Lal Thanhawla, returning to power after a decade. The MNF got a massive 26-seat majority, according to Election Commission, crossing the mid-way mark of 21. Congress could manage just five seats in the 40-member assembly.

  • Mizoram On The Fence, Congress Falls Behind MNF, Poll Of Exit Polls Shows

    Mizoram On The Fence, Congress Falls Behind MNF, Poll Of Exit Polls Shows

    Mizoram seems fated for a hung house, with exit polls predicting that the Mizo National Front will trump the ruling Congress by a slim margin but fall short of the majority mark of 21 in the 40-member state assembly.

  • "Amit Shah Is Not God, Wishful Thinking," Says Ally On '50-Year' Boast

    "Amit Shah Is Not God, Wishful Thinking," Says Ally On '50-Year' Boast

    Mizo National Front, a constituent of the BJP-led North-East Democratic Alliance or NEDA, dismissed Amit Shah's remarks that the party will rule India for the next 50 years if it wins the 2019 general elections, saying he is not a God and the prediction is an exaggeration.

  • 80% Voter Turnout Keeps Congress' Hopes Afloat In Mizoram Polls

    80% Voter Turnout Keeps Congress' Hopes Afloat In Mizoram Polls

    Polling to the 40-member Mizoram legislative assembly was peaceful today, with no violence being reported from any part of the state. Polling stations registered 80% voter turnout until 9 pm, and the number was expected to go up in the coming hours, election officials said.

  • Borders Sealed, Security Tightened, Preps Done. Mizoram Is Ready To Vote

    Borders Sealed, Security Tightened, Preps Done. Mizoram Is Ready To Vote

    The small hill state of Mizoram, among the last few states and the only one in the northeast with the Congress, is all set to vote for a new government on Wednesday. Polling in the 40-member legislative assembly will decide the fate of 209 candidates. While the Congress and Mizo National Front (MNF), the main opposition and an ally of the BJP at th...

  • In Mizoram, BJP Hopes To Repeat Success It Saw In Other Northeast States

    In Mizoram, BJP Hopes To Repeat Success It Saw In Other Northeast States

    The people of Mizoram will vote tomorrow in the only north-east state where the Congress is in power, as the party looks to protect its citadel from the BJP's advancing army and guerrilla attacks from the regional Mizo National Front. The BJP, powered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "development for all" campaign, is hoping to repeat the success ...

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  • Zoramthanga Sworn In As Mizoram Chief Minister Amid Hymns, Bible-Reading

    Zoramthanga Sworn In As Mizoram Chief Minister Amid Hymns, Bible-Reading

    Four days after achieving a landslide victory in Mizoram after 10 years, Mizo National Front (MNF) president Zoramthanga today took oath as the chief minister along with 11 other party members at the Raj Bhawan in Aizawl. This is the third time he has been elected to head the northeastern state since 1998.

  • Party Won't Leave North East Democratic Alliance: Zoramthanga

    Party Won't Leave North East Democratic Alliance: Zoramthanga

    The new Mizoram chief minister, Zoramthanga today said that his party the Mizo National Front (MNF) has no intention of leaving the BJP-led NDA and North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA). He said combating alcoholism and drug addiction would be one of the top priorities of his government and it would take up development projects from day one.

  • Zoramthanga Sworn In As Mizoram's New Chief Minister

    Zoramthanga Sworn In As Mizoram's New Chief Minister

    Mizo National Front (MNF) chief Zoramthanga was sworn in today as Mizoram's new chief minister, heading a 12-member ministry. He was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor K Rajasekharan during a ceremony at Raj Bhavan in Aizawl.

  • Prohibition On Liquor, Better Roads Are Priority In Mizoram: Zoranthanga

    Prohibition On Liquor, Better Roads Are Priority In Mizoram: Zoranthanga

    After leading the Mizo National Front (MNF) to power in Mizoram, chief minister-designate Zoramthanga today said he would impose total prohibition in the state as promised by his party. Total prohibition was imposed in this highly-literate and Christian-majority state since February 20, 1997 by the then Congress government. However, it was lifted i...

  • "Accept People's Mandate," Says PM As Congress Takes 3 BJP States

    "Accept People's Mandate," Says PM As Congress Takes 3 BJP States

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday tweeted his congratulations for the Congress, Telangana's K Chandrashekar Rao and the Mizo National Front for their victories in the assembly elections this evening. "We accept the people's mandate with humility," his tweet read.

  • Early Christmas For Mizoram's MNF, Zoramthanga To Be New Chief Minister

    Early Christmas For Mizoram's MNF, Zoramthanga To Be New Chief Minister

    Rebel leader and two-time Chief Minister of Mizoram, 84-year-old Zoramthanga has led his party -- the Mizo National Front (MNF) -- to victory in the assembly elections. The MNF has bagged 26 of the 40 seats in the hill state. The ruling Congress could manage only five. The outgoing chief minister, Lal Thanhawla, has accepted his defeat and resigned...

  • Congress Loses Its Last Bastion In Northeast To Mizo National Front

    Congress Loses Its Last Bastion In Northeast To Mizo National Front

    The Mizo National Front (MNF) today uprooted the Congress in its last bastion in the Northeast to return to power after 10 years in Mizoram.

  • Mizoram Election Results: Five-Time Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla Loses Both Seats, His Congress Trails

    Mizoram Election Results: Five-Time Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla Loses Both Seats, His Congress Trails

    Five-time Chief Minister of Mizoram, Lal Thanhawla, who contested from Champhai South and Serchhip, has lost both the seats. While he lost Champhai to Mizo National Front's (MNF) TJ Lalnuntluanga, Serchhip was snatched by Zoram People's Movement's (ZPM) chief ministerial candidate Lalduhoma.

  • Congress Loses Mizoram To Regional Mizo National Front (MNF)

    Congress Loses Mizoram To Regional Mizo National Front (MNF)

    The Congress, which appears to be on the road to victory in BJP-ruled Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan and is locked in a close fight in Madhya Pradesh, has lostMizoramto Mizo National Front's (MNF) which has got 21 seats in the 40-member assembly.

  • Mizoram Election Results 2018: Regional MNF Trumps Congress In Mizoram, Zoramthanga To Be Chief Minister

    Mizoram Election Results 2018: Regional MNF Trumps Congress In Mizoram, Zoramthanga To Be Chief Minister

    Regional party Mizo National Front or MNF trumped the ruling Congress party in Mizoram taking it away from Lal Thanhawla, returning to power after a decade. The MNF got a massive 26-seat majority, according to Election Commission, crossing the mid-way mark of 21. Congress could manage just five seats in the 40-member assembly.

  • Mizoram On The Fence, Congress Falls Behind MNF, Poll Of Exit Polls Shows

    Mizoram On The Fence, Congress Falls Behind MNF, Poll Of Exit Polls Shows

    Mizoram seems fated for a hung house, with exit polls predicting that the Mizo National Front will trump the ruling Congress by a slim margin but fall short of the majority mark of 21 in the 40-member state assembly.

  • "Amit Shah Is Not God, Wishful Thinking," Says Ally On '50-Year' Boast

    "Amit Shah Is Not God, Wishful Thinking," Says Ally On '50-Year' Boast

    Mizo National Front, a constituent of the BJP-led North-East Democratic Alliance or NEDA, dismissed Amit Shah's remarks that the party will rule India for the next 50 years if it wins the 2019 general elections, saying he is not a God and the prediction is an exaggeration.

  • 80% Voter Turnout Keeps Congress' Hopes Afloat In Mizoram Polls

    80% Voter Turnout Keeps Congress' Hopes Afloat In Mizoram Polls

    Polling to the 40-member Mizoram legislative assembly was peaceful today, with no violence being reported from any part of the state. Polling stations registered 80% voter turnout until 9 pm, and the number was expected to go up in the coming hours, election officials said.

  • Borders Sealed, Security Tightened, Preps Done. Mizoram Is Ready To Vote

    Borders Sealed, Security Tightened, Preps Done. Mizoram Is Ready To Vote

    The small hill state of Mizoram, among the last few states and the only one in the northeast with the Congress, is all set to vote for a new government on Wednesday. Polling in the 40-member legislative assembly will decide the fate of 209 candidates. While the Congress and Mizo National Front (MNF), the main opposition and an ally of the BJP at th...

  • In Mizoram, BJP Hopes To Repeat Success It Saw In Other Northeast States

    In Mizoram, BJP Hopes To Repeat Success It Saw In Other Northeast States

    The people of Mizoram will vote tomorrow in the only north-east state where the Congress is in power, as the party looks to protect its citadel from the BJP's advancing army and guerrilla attacks from the regional Mizo National Front. The BJP, powered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "development for all" campaign, is hoping to repeat the success ...

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