lected unopposed. Returning officer for the MNF party elections announced that Zoramthanga and former underground MNF 'Army Chief' Tawnluia were re-elected to the posts of president and senior vice-president unopposed respectively. Former ministers R ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Zoramthanga reelected MNF president - Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
Press Trust of India | Aizawl October 15, 2014 Last Updated at 17:21 IST Former Mizoram chief minister and opposition Mizo National Front (MNF) chief Zoramthanga today said that he was ready to broker peace with any government and insurgent group, if they ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Zoramthanga ready to broker peace The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
Zoramthanga meets Blairs peace team AIZAWL, Oct 5 Mizoram former Chief Minister Zoramthanga held discussion in New Delhi with Dessislava Roussanova, one of the team members of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on brokering peace in neighbouring ...The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago Mizo ex-CM Zoramthanga meets Tony Blair's peace team Press Trust of India, 1 month ago Mizoram ex-CM Zoramthanga meets Tony Blair's peace team Nagaland Post, 1 month ago
The top five leaders of the Mizo National Front, Mizoram's main opposition party, retained their posts in the party without the need for any internal election on Friday due to a no-contest inspite of suffering its two worst electoral defeats in the ...Indian Express, 2 weeks ago Internal elections unlikely to change Mizo National Front leadership line-up Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Shillong: Meghalaya chief minister has expressed hope that peace would return to the strife-torn Garo Hills after rebel outfits A'chik National Volunteer Council (ANVC) and its breakaway faction, ANVC(B), signed a peace agreement with the Centre and ...Times of India, 1 month ago Two Meghalaya insurgent groups sign peace pact Nagaland Post, 1 month ago Centre, Meghalaya sign peace accord with Garo rebels Chennai Online, 1 month ago Centre Meghalaya sign peace accord with Garo rebels New Delhi News.Net, 1 month ago
New Delhi, Sept. 24: Two factions of the Garo militant outfit Achik National Volunteer Council (ANVC) will be disbanded within three months as they reached a settlement with the Centre and Meghalaya government here today to end a chapter of ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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