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Synod Multipurpose Training Centre Building thar hawng

Wednesday, November 29 2017

Synod Multipurpose Training Centre Building thar hawng

Synod Multipurpose Training Centre Building thar hawng By 17 views Vawiin khan Synod Multipurpose Training Centre Building thar chu Executive Secretary, Rev. P.C. Pachhunga’n Pathian hnenah hlanin a hawng a, hei hi Synod Trust Committee enkawlna hnuaiah sak a ni a, Ground Floor chu Lay Leaders’ Training Hostel atana ruahman a ni a, a lehlam chu Programme Director Quarters atana ruahman a ni. Basement-I Floor pumpui hi Hmeichhe Hostel atana ruahman a ni a, Basement-II Floor chu Mipa Hostel atana ruahman a ni. He in sakna atana sum ruahman hi Rs. 4,28,63,700 a ni a, a sak zawhna atan Rs. 5,59,37,962/- sen a ni.

Congress thalaiten Falkawna State Referal Hospital leh Mizoram Institute of Medical Education & Research an tlawh

Wednesday, November 29 2017

Congress thalaiten Falkawna State Referal Hospital leh Mizoram Institute of Medical Education & Research an tlawh

Congress thalaiten Falkawna State Referal Hospital leh Mizoram Institute of Medical Education & Research an tlawh By 25 views Vawiin khan Congress \halai-ten an President, Dr. Lalmalsawma Nghaka hovin Falkawna State Referal Hospital leh Mizoram Institute of Medical Education & Research an tlawh a, thawktuten damdawi in hmasawnna leh Medical College din tum mek dante an lo hrilhfiah a ni. Dr. Lalmalsawma chuan, Falkawn damdawi in chu MNF-ten tihngaihna an hriat loh leh an hluihlawn tawh hnu, chawngzawng leh bak tawmbuk leh ar vulhna atana hman \hin nia sawiin, tunah chuan thawktute, khawl ropui tak tak leh damlo inentir pawh ni tin mi za tel an awm ta niin a sawi.

National Health Mission Mobile Medical Unit-in an hnathawh dan thlir let

Wednesday, November 29 2017

National Health Mission Mobile Medical Unit-in an hnathawh dan thlir let

National Health Mission Mobile Medical Unit-in an hnathawh dan thlir let By 24 views National Health Mission Mobile Medical Unit-in vawiin khan kumin kum tir a\anga an hna thawh dan an thlir let a, State Nodal Officer, Dr. Pachuau Lalmalsawma’n a kaihruai a, State Programme Officer, Dr. Lalthantluanga’n sum indaih lohna avanga duh anga hna an thawh theih loh chungchang sawiin, heti chunga hnathawktuten theihtawp chhuaha hna an thawk chu lawmawm a tih thu a sawi a, State Facilitator, Pu R. Lalmuankima pawhin Mobile Medical Unit hnathawh dan a lem nena entirin a sawifiah a ni. Tui a\anga natna kai theih chi hrang hrangte pawh zirho a ni bawk.

SCOOP: The Kapil Sharma Show returns in February, without Sunil Grover - Bollywood Hungama

Wednesday, November 29 2017

SCOOP: The Kapil Sharma Show returns in February, without Sunil Grover - Bollywood Hungama

A brand new avatar of the Kapil Sharma Show is being planned by Kapil Sharma and his parent channel Sony Entertainment. Bigger, brighter and funnier than before the new Kapil Sharma Show will bring back all the beloved actors and characters from the earlier show, but not Sunil Grover who seems to have vanished from the entertainment scene. Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover fell out during a widely-reported mid-air collision between the two comedians while they were travelling together from Australia to India. Over the months since the incident Kapil expressed his regret over the incident. But there was no reconciliatory response from Grover who told this writer there was “absolutely no question” of returning to the Kapil Sharma Show . Sharma’s team has now taken Grover’s words seriously. They are convinced Grover has moved on. The Kapil Sharma Show is now being formulated without Grover. Says a source very close to Kapil Sharma, “The mid-flight fight was leaked out by people close to Sunil Grover. Kapil never spoke about it. Also, what was given out was a highly exaggerated and lopsided version of what happened. Still, Kapil made it very clear that Grover was welcome back on the show whenever he wanted.” Grover, however, decided to use the incident to break away from Kapil Sharma’s team and establish a solo career. Says the source, “Grover repeatedly turned down overtures from Kapil Sharma’s team for reconciliation. Mind you, Kapil never directly approached Grover for a patch-up. It was only Kapil’s team. But Grover didn’t respond. He was on his own trip. He wanted to leverage the incident to establish a solo career. When he got Salman Khan ’s support Grover was convinced he was on the right track. Salman, for reasons best known to him, boycotted Kapil’s show to promote Tubelight , and preferred to do an hour-long special with Sunil Grover. Nothing more has been heard off Grover’s career since then.” Now with the Kapil Sharma Show ready to return without Sunil Grover, where does Grover go?

Mamit District-a tualthahna avang leh mipat hmeichhiatna kawnga tawh sual tawk mi pasarih hnenah zangnadawmna pe

Thursday, November 30 2017

Mamit District-a tualthahna avang leh mipat hmeichhiatna kawnga tawh sual tawk mi pasarih hnenah zangnadawmna pe

Mamit District-a tualthahna avang leh mipat hmeichhiatna kawnga tawh sual tawk mi pasarih hnenah zangnadawmna pe By 22 views Mamit District-a tualthahna avang leh mipat hmeichhiatna kawnga tawh sual tawk mi pasarih chu vawiin khan zangnadawmna Rs.39,00,000/- p>k an ni a, hei hi The Mizoram Victims of Crime Compensation (Amendment) Scheme, 2016 hnuaia pek a ni. A semna inkhawmah hian Dist. Bawrhsap, Pi Lalbiaksangi chuan tawh sual tawkte chu hun hrehawm leh harsa pal tlang tawh an ni tih sawiin, an hma lam hun atana chhel tak leh huaisen taka inbuatsaih turin a fuih a ni. He inkhawm hi Mamit Chief Judicial Magistrate, Pi Gracy L. Bawihtlung-in a kaihruai a, Mamit SP, Pu Narayan Thapa pawhin thu a sawi a ni.

Aizawl leh a chhehvela mi rethei, chenna tur in nei lote tana in sak chu luah theiha peih a nih hmaa President hawn tir Prism-in sawisel

Thursday, November 30 2017

Aizawl leh a chhehvela mi rethei, chenna tur in nei lote tana in sak chu luah theiha peih a nih hmaa President hawn tir Prism-in sawisel

Aizawl leh a chhehvela mi rethei, chenna tur in nei lote tana in sak chu luah theiha peih a nih hmaa President hawn tir Prism-in sawisel By 24 views Prism-in sorkar laipui puihnaa Aizawl leh a chhehvela mi rethei, chenna tur in nei lote tana in sak chu luah theiha peih a nih hmaa vawiin khan sorkarin President, Pu Ram Nath Kovind a hawntir nia sawiin, \ha lo an tih thu leh sorkar laipui laka lan mawi tumna mai nia an ngaih thu an sawi a. Durtlang, Lawipu, Rangvamual leh Edenthar Venga mi retheite tana In sak chu luah theih tura la peih loh niin an sawi. Prism chuan, tunah hian chhungkaw 408 chen theihna tur Lawipui Venga mi chauh, sorkar-in Contractor hnen a\angin a la dawng a, heta cheng tur hian chhungkaw 233 thlan fel tawh a ni a, hmun dang – Durtlang, Rangvamual leh Edenthar Venga sak chu Contractor-ten sorkar-ah an la hlan thei lo niin an sawi a ni.

Contractor hnathawk tha lote lakah na taka chet MSU-in tum

Thursday, November 30 2017

Contractor hnathawk tha lote lakah na taka chet MSU-in tum

Contractor hnathawk tha lote lakah na taka chet MSU-in tum By 21 views Vawiin-a MSU General Headquarters pisa-a MSU hruaitute \hu khawm chuan, Contractor hnathawk \ha lote lakah na taka chet an tum thu an sawi a, an President, RB Lalmalsawma hova an \hut khawmnaah hian, nikum December thlaa Mizoram kawngpui siam hnathawktu hrang hrang te ko khawma \ha tak leh chak taka hna thawk tura an lo ngen tawhna te thlir letin, kumin ruahtui tam avanga hnathawh chak theih a ni lo chu pawi an tih thu leh, hnathawh chak loh chhan hi hnathawktu \henkhatin Revised Estimate an beisei vang nia an hriat thu an sawi a. Mizorama hnathawh hrang hrang, a hun taka zawh a ni \hin lo chu pawi an tih thu sawiin, Revised Estimate beiseia hnathawktu leh sorkar mi pawimawh, insiamrem ching an awm \hin nia an hriat thu pawh MSU chuan an sawi a, hetiang tih ching hi an hre chhuak a nih chuan, an chungah na taka ch>t an tum thu an sawi a ni.

Mission Veng leh Kulikawn inrina bulah lung tlain kawng hnawh ping

Thursday, November 30 2017

Mission Veng leh Kulikawn inrina bulah lung tlain kawng hnawh ping

Mission Veng leh Kulikawn inrina bulah lung tlain kawng hnawh ping By 20 views Tukin dar 7:30 vel khan Mission Veng leh Kulikawn inrina bulah kawng chhak lung tlain Motor kawngpui a hnawh ping a, thi leh hliam erawh chu an awm lo. He lung tla hian Mission Veng leh Kulikawn inkar kawngpui a hnawh pin avangin Aizawl chhim lama Motor tlan dan pawh eng emaw chen a tikhaihlak a. PWD, Aizawl Road South Division-in JCB hmangin a thian fai nghal a, chawhma dar 11 vel khan an siam tlang a ni.

Mizoram Junior Engineer Service Association ten Mass Casual Leave la

Thursday, November 30 2017

Mizoram Junior Engineer Service Association ten Mass Casual Leave la

Mizoram Junior Engineer Service Association ten Mass Casual Leave la By 38 views Mizoram Junior Engineer Service Association (JESAM) pawhin Non Functional Upgradation ph

President, Pu Ram Nath Kovind-a’n Aizawl lo thleng

Thursday, November 30 2017

President, Pu Ram Nath Kovind-a’n Aizawl lo thleng

President, Pu Ram Nath Kovind-a’n Aizawl lo thleng By 26 views President, Pu Ram Nath Kovind-a’n zan khat riaka Mizoram rawn tlawh turin vawiin chawhnu khan Aizawl a lo thleng a, Lengpui \umhmunah Larsap, Lt. Gen. Nirbhay Sharma leh CM, Pu Lal Thanhawla’n an lo dawngsawn hnu-ah Helicopter-in |huampui Helipad an pan nghal a, Helipad-ah hian Sipai chawimawina, Guard of Honour pek a ni a, Helipad sira amah lawmna inkhawm buatsaihah zaipawlin, ‘Ka pianna Zoram nuam’ tih hla an sa a, hemi hnu hian Raj Bhavan lam a pan a ni. President-in |huampui Helipad a\anga Raj Bhavan a panna-ah hian Bawngkawn, Chaltlang, Chanmari a pal tlang a, a kalna kawng dung tluanin mipuiten kawng sira dingin an lo lawm a, tluang taka a kal theih nan Traffic Police-ten President kal laiin he kawngah hian motor dang tlan an khap a ni. President hian Raj Bhavan a pan nghal a, vawiin tlai khan Raj Bhavan Durbar Hall-a inkhawmah khawpuia cheng mi retheite tana chenna in tur, Housing Complex for Economically Weaker Section a hawng a, hemi hnu hian CM, Pu Lal Thanhawla leh a thawhpui, Minister-ten an hmu leh a ni. President lo zin pual hian zaninah hian Raj Bhavan-ah Larsap, Lt. Gen. Nirbhay Sharma’n zanriah a buatsaih a, Mizo hnam lam pawh entir a ni ang. Zanina Raj Bhavan-a a riah hnuah President hian naktuk chawhma dar 10-ah tlawmngai pawl hruaitute leh khawtlang hruaitute Raj Bhavan-ah a kawm leh ang a, hemi hnu, chawhma dar 11-ah Mizoram Assembly session-ah thu a sawi ang a, nakt

20 Authors I Don’t Have to Read Because I’ve Dated Men for 16 Years

Friday, December 1 2017

20 Authors I Don’t Have to Read Because I’ve Dated Men for 16 Years

non-fiction, fiction, public crying. blah blah internet. taller in person. avi by @amilum. Dec 1 20 Authors I Don’t Have to Read Because I’ve Dated Men for 16 Years If you’ve spent enough time around dudes, you’ve BASICALLY read these C ertain writers — or artists, or film-makers, etc.— are so embedded into their particular cultures that one doesn’t need to have consumed their work in order to understand its impact. In particular, there are a bunch of white male authors it is possible to just about forget you haven’t read if you’ve dated the type of dudes you meet at an n+1 party. Certain books are so central to this type of dude that getting through a relationship — or even a few dates—constitutes the same level of knowledge of these authors that one might get from actually reading them, and gives you just as much right to hard-earned lifelong knowledge about their books, knowledge that need not ever be fact-checked by actually reading the books themselves (unless, for some reason, you really want to). Presented below, 20 authors on whose work I have involuntarily ended up with a strong opinion due to my unfortunate heterosexuality. 1. Philip Roth: I’ve never read any of Philip Roth’s books, but I have dated enough men who have that I can carry on a decent small-talk conversation about why I don’t like them. (If you would like to achieve this without dating men, you could just read a description of one of Roth’s books, in particular the one in which a man is transformed into a boob). Roth and I live in the same neighborhood, and a friend of mine once ran into him in the local pharmacy, where he was buying hemorrhoid cream or Cialis or something equally embarrassing, and glared at my friend for noticing him. Telling this story, I always imagine Roth holding a box that just says BAD DICK CREAM. 2. Kurt Vonnegut: Honestly, I feel pretty guilty that I’ve never finished a Kurt Vonnegut novel, and I’m sure the thing I say where I call him “the manic pixie dream girl of American literature” is probably wrong, but I’m not gonna stop saying it. Even if it isn’t an accurate description of Vonnegut himself, I stand by it absolutely, and in perpetuity, as a description of every single dude with a tattered copy of Breakfast of Champions on his nightstand. I’m sure the thing I say where I call him “the manic pixie dream girl of American literature” is probably wrong, but I’m not gonna stop saying it. 3. Tom Robbins: On the other hand, I feel pretty guilty that I have ever read any Tom Robbins books. 4. Arthur Miller: I’m sorry about your dad. 5. Jonathan Franzen: Anyone who really, sincerely, loves Franzen’s writing has also probably really, sincerely told someone that “learn to code” was the solution to all their problems. The Corrections also contributed to the obsession with the literal and figurative “big book,” in which the size and weight of a novel directly equals its importance, a concept applied almost exclusively to novels by men. 6. Jonathan Safran Foer: I think the general opinion is that the most Jonathan Jonathan, the Ur-Jonathan, is Franzen, but bear with me here, because it’s actually Foer. Foer is the most successful of the Jonathans, in financial terms, and his personal life is a like a movie about the Brooklyn book world created by the Sex and the City writers’ room. The only thing I know about his recent prose is that scene about the doorknob, which made me unable to have sex for a week after I read a review that excerpted it, which I guess is technically an example of “impactful” writing. 7. J.D. Salinger: I’ve never read Salinger because I suspect that his books are at least 30% descriptions of ways in which women can be small, but I have read the best thing he ever (inadvertently) produced, which is this tweet . A lot of wonderful people love Salinger, but so do a lot of people whose job seems to be staging their meals on Instagram. 8. Chuck Palahniuk: Fight clubs aren’t real, you aren’t in one. (The less flippant thing I have to say is that the horror of the human body is a deeply important and nearly inexhaustible topic for literature, but it is close to impossible to find a white, male, famous writer whose writing on this subject is anything but a thinly disguised demonstration of violent misogyny, and maybe you should read Angela Carter or Carmen Maria Machado instead.) The first story in Carmen Maria Machado’s ‘Her Body and Other Parties’ brings up big questions about who we believe and… electricliterature.com 9. Charles Bukowski: Alcoholism is a disease, not a personality. 10. John Updike: I’m sure that short story was very sad but also you have never had to have a job. 11. Bret Easton Ellis: I don’t like cocaine which is great because it means I have mostly avoided the people who want to sincerely talk about Bret Easton Ellis. A favorite of dudes hoping their sociopathy will be mistaken for genius; a more obvious favorite of dudes who quit their MFA a year in to go to a second-tier business school. A super-favorite of a guy who doesn’t mention his real estate license is how he actually makes money until you’ve known him for a couple months. 12. Ayn Rand: I’m sorry about your start-up. 13. Jack Kerouac: One of the greatest things about getting older is that nobody has tried to talk to me about Jack Kerouac in at least five years. One of the greatest things about getting older is that nobody has tried to talk to me about Jack Kerouac in at least five years. 14. Thomas Pynchon: I’m sorry about your unfinished novel. (I actually love Pynchon and this burn is very self-directed). 15. Norman Mailer: The favorite author of every guy who loves to talk about bar fights but has never been in one. 16. Tom Wolfe: The favorite author of every man with an unfinished novel and a “writing outfit.” 17. Martin Amis: The favorite author of every dude who hates women but loves telling people about the year* he lived* in London. (*three months) (*studied abroad) 18. Donald Barthelme: Barthelme is a beautiful, strange, important writer beloved by dudes who will interrupt two out of every three sentences you say to them. Late to the Party: Reading ‘Brief Interviews with Hideous Men’ for the first time electricliterature.com 19. David Foster Wallace: A list like this wouldn’t be complete without DFW, but at the same time his inclusion feels disingenuous, because when it comes to Wallace, I am the literary bro cornering you at a party to ask if you’ve read him and why not. I love DFW’s work in the same over-personal obsessive way this list is meant to mock. Wallace is also an author whose body of work defies the kind of easy summary that can be gleaned from listening to a dude talk at a party about his favorite writer, or applied independent of actual engagement with the writing. I came to his work on my own without the suggestion of any dude, and I’ve probably rhapsodised obnoxiously about his work to most everyone I’ve dated since then. Furthermore, the circumstances of his death render pretty much all of jokes I could make here distasteful. In a better world, DFW would still be alive and we’d all gleefully roast dudes who suddenly start wearing a sweaty bandana to their undergraduate creative writing classes for no reason. The problem with dudes who love DFW, though — not all of them, certainly, but too many of them — is that they miss the lesson in his work that’s most useful to the type of person — like these dudes, and like myself — who tends toward hero-worship of authors they admire. The things that dudes who aggressively love DFW tend to imitate in DFW’s life and work are the very things that are meant to be openly foolish, interrogative rather than proud, at once offering levity and intense self-skewering criticism. That this enormous vulnerability has been either utterly elided or turned toxic by any of his most fervent fans doesn’t come close to being the greatest tragedy regarding the author, but it’s still immensely regrettable. In unpopular opinions, however, I still think “Big Red Son” is the best essay he ever wrote about America, and I wish he had lived long enough to revise a Large Adult Son joke into it. 20. Ernest Hemingway: The only truly feminist thing I have ever done is never finishing a Hemingway novel.

Hello Movie Trailer Out: Akhil Search for his Soulmate - Celebs Cinema

Friday, December 1 2017

Hello Movie Trailer Out: Akhil Search for his Soulmate - Celebs Cinema

Hello Movie Trailer Out: Akhil Search for his Soulmate By 0 Hello Trailer: Akkineni Akhil and Kalyani Priyadarshan starring Hello movie theatrical trailer is out now. Hello is Akhil’s second film and it is said to be a romantic action thriller.The teaser of ‘Hello’ has garnered a very good response from the audiences and later teaser was removed from YouTube due to Copyright issue. Today Makers have released the trailer of ‘Hello‘. The trailer looks very classy. It has been packed with loads of action and emotional drama. Hello promises a cute love story which is expected to be the major highlight of the film. Nag’s voiceover, stupendous narration, grand visuals, performances, action episodes and the emotional drama are expected to be the major highlights of Hello trailer. The trailer on the whole promises a blockbuster for Christmas. Mollywood director Priyadarshan daughter Kalyani Priyadarshan is making her Tollywood debut with Hello. The film is being directed by Vikram K Kumar of Manam fame. Akkineni Nagarjuna is producing it under Annapurna Studios banner and Anup Rubens scored the music. Hello movie will hit the big screens worldwide on December 22nd!! For more celebs news and movie updates & reviews follow CelebsCinema . TAGS