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Bawlhhlawh paih motor a tul dan a zirin siam danglam dawn

Friday, December 15 2017

Bawlhhlawh paih motor a tul dan a zirin siam danglam dawn

Bawlhhlawh paih motor a tul dan a zirin siam danglam dawn By 19 views Aizawl khawpui bawlhhlawh la khawma paihna tur motor, UD&PA-in Aizawl Municipal Corporation hnena a pekte chu a \ul dan a zira siam danglam a ni dawn. ZONET zawhna chhangin AMC Mayor, Pu PC Lalhmingthanga chuan heng motor 54 zinga 49 chu bawlhhlawh tam zawk an phurh theihna turin a bang feet khat leh a chanve vela tihsan a ni dawn a, hei hi bawhzui nghal a ni ang a, hemi bakah hian khawpui bawlhhlawh hi hneh zawka an paih theih nan 407 tiat motor 5 leh pickup 4 hman belh a ni ang a, hengte hi Contractor-te kutah hnathawh nan pek a ni ang. Aizawl khawpui chhung hmun 3 – Zarkawt, Kulikawn leh Tuikual South-a kawng sira bawlhhlawh chhek khawm zawng zawng chu Thawhlehni khan paih fai vek a ni tawh a, hetianga kawng sira bawlhhlawh chhekkhawm hi a awm tawh lo a ni. Aizawl Municipal Corporation Board of Councillors, nimina \hu khawm chuan kum 2017-18 chhunga AMC sum hman tur, Revised Estimate atan Rs. 62,02,37,000/- an pawm a, hei hi Revised Estimate siam hmaa sum ruahman, Rs.53,49,11,400/- aiin Rs.8,53,25,600/-in a tam a ni. BOC Meeting hian Aizawl Municipal Corporation Area-a advertisement leh hoarding tar phalna dan, kum 2013-a lo siam tawha siam \hat ngai lai te an siam \ha a, chumi ang chuan heng thil tar theihna tur hmun remchang thlan \hat a ni ang a, Aizawl khawpui cheina ni nghal turin AMC-in inang leh rualkhai zawkin hoarding leh advertisement tarna tur te a siam ang a, nakkum February ni 15-ah zawh fel tum a ni ang. Tlawmngai pawl hrang hrang leh Kohhran-ten an duhna hmuna hoarding leh advertisement an lo siam tawhte chu kumin September thla a\anga tun thla tawp thleng hlih thlakna hun pek an lo ni tawh a, hemi hnu hi chuan hoarding leh advertisement tar duh reng reng chu AMC-a inziak lut tura hriattir an ni a, Kohhrante chu a man chawitir an ni lovang. Puan tawh angin AMC Board of Councillors \hu khawm hian Aizawl khawpui chhunga Local Council te hnatlang koh phatna, Rs.50/- ni \hin chu Rs.100/- ni tawh se, hnatlang phatna pe lote r

NGO Co-Ordination Committee-in Lammuala PM thusawina turah kal lo turin mipuite an ngen

Friday, December 15 2017

NGO Co-Ordination Committee-in Lammuala PM thusawina turah kal lo turin mipuite an ngen

NGO Co-Ordination Committee-in Lammuala PM thusawina turah kal lo turin mipuite an ngen By 20 views Pawl hrang hrang telna, NGO Co-Ordination Committee-in Lammuala PM thusawina turah kal lo turin mipuite an ngen. Central YMA, MHIP, MUP, MZP leh MSU telna, NGO Co-Ordination Committee hi vawiin khan \hu khawmin, PM chu Mizo mipui tana darkar khat pawh hun nei lo-ah an puh a, Inrinni-a Mizoram a rawn tlawh tur hi lawmawm hle mah se, darkar khat pawh chawl lova, Mizo mipuite aiawha thu thlenna hun pawh awm lova a hun hman dan tur ruahman a ni chu an ngaih thiam loh thu leh, Mizo mipui hmusitnaa ngaih thu, vawiin tlaia an thuchhuahah chuan an sawi a ni. Central YMA, MHIP, MUP, MZP leh MSU chuan, Mizo mipuite tana heti taka hun a neih loh avang hian Lammuala PM programme hman turah Mizo mipuite chu kal lo turin an ngen a, Mizo mipuite tana hun tam zawk a pek theih hunah \ha taka lo lawm zawk ni se an duh thu an sawi bawk. Puan tawh angin PM, Pu Narendra Modi-a’n lehlanga Inrinnia Mizoram rawn tlawh a tum programme hi duan fel a ni tawh a, Inrinni zing dar 9 velah Lengpui \umhmun a thleng ang a, helicopter-in |huampui a pan nghal ang a, chuta \ang chuan motor-in Lammual a pan ang a, zing dar 9:30-a Lammuala vantlang inkhawm buatsaihah thu sawiin, Tuirial Hydel Project a hawng anga a, hemi hnu hian Aizawl chhuahsanin Meghalaya lam a pan leh dawn a ni.

Same-sex marriage bill: Read the full text of Dean Smith's introductory speech - ABC Online

Thursday, November 16 2017

Same-sex marriage bill: Read the full text of Dean Smith's introductory speech - ABC Online

The votes of the Australian people were tallied and the Australian people have voted Yes to changing the Marriage Act. I know many people questioned the original plebiscite. I did. Many opposed the postal survey. I did. And many gay and lesbian people felt uncomfortable asking for equal rights before the law, because why should you supplicate for the same rights and responsibilities as others? Nevertheless, we must acknowledge with awe and gratitude, the willingness of our countrymen and women to stand beside us, to affirm us and to join us in voting Yes. On behalf of the gay, lesbian, transgender, bisexual and intersex Australians and their families, I say, with humility and gratitude, thank you. Yesterday, we saw a glimpse of the country that we all yearn for — a country that is fair-minded, generous and accepting. We saw a country that was willing to embrace its hopes rather than hold on to its fears. And many of us across this chamber have seen something of the great Australian story that compelled us into public life. For the liberals and conservatives who yearned for change, we see in this result the "shining city on a hill" — with more freedom, more acceptance and more grace. And for those opposite, they have lived out Ben Chifley's magnificent call to "fight for the right" so that "truth and justice will prevail". In many cases, Australians voted for someone they knew — and in just as many, they voted for someone they didn't. The wonder of this result is that it brings together young and old, gay and straight, conservative and progressive, immigrant and Indigenous into the most unifying Australian coalition. True, some wanted a 15-year debate to be over so that we could move on to other pressing issues, but mostly, there was an understanding by our fellow citizens that the life path for a young gay or lesbian teenager or young adult is harder than their heterosexual brothers and sisters. Australians voted to make that path easier. It wasn't just a vote of acceptance — it was the deep loving embrace of a big family. Mr President, every time we stand in this chamber we do so as representatives of the people. In amending the Marriage Act, we do so knowing that we have the full confidence of the Australian people. The senators from Tasmania know that 63.6 per cent of Tasmanian voters said Yes. The senators from Queensland know that 60.7 per cent of Queensland voters said Yes. The senators from this fine Capital Territory know that 74 per cent of Canberrans voted Yes. The senators from NSW know that 57.8 per cent of Australia's most populous state voted Yes. The senators from Victoria know that 64.9 per cent of Victorian residents voted Yes. The senators from the rugged Top End know that 60.6 per cent of Territorians voted Yes. The senators from South Australia know that 62.5 per cent of electors voted Yes. And my 11 brother and sister senators from the great state of Western Australia know that our home state delivered a resounding 63.7 per cent Yes vote. If ever there was a vote that took us back to being the states' house, I say this is it. We should also note that 133 electoral divisions out of 150 delivered a Yes vote — in Western Australian it was a clean-sweep where all of its 16 electorates voted Yes. Mr President, this was not just a vote about a law, but a vote about who we are as a people. I have listened to hundreds, if not thousands, of LGBTI Australians in past years. Many have written, emailed, Facebooked, tweeted, spoken to me in airports and at functions, or simply picked up the phone. There is a commonality in all those conversations and in all our lives. It is that of rejection and acceptance, isolation and inclusion, and shame and pride. It's the silent chord that runs through all of our lives, but acutely through the lives of LGBTI Australians. All too often, the biggest hurdle for so many is that of self-acceptance — and finding that path where we can honestly reconcile who we are with the hopes and dreams we have for our lives and what we think are the expectations of others. I have been fortunate: I have an accepting, embracing and loving family. The heartbeat of their love for me didn't skip a beat. Not everyone is that fortunate. My own journey of acceptance has been greatly influenced by a book I read as a younger man. The book was Coming Out Conservative by Martin Liebman. It helped answer that question we all face: What must I do to live an honest and authentic life? It's a book that has sustained me through good times and bad. Liebman writes: "If I have learned anything about life, it is to be yourself. Be what you are, no matter who you are or how you were born. Don't try to be what others want you to be. Accept the difference of others. Include them in your lives. By shutting others out merely because they are different, you diminish your own life and that of your children." The decision of the Australian people to allow same-sex couples to marry is an offered hand to those deep chords within gay and lesbian Australians. Nothing speaks of acceptance more than marriage. Marriage is also the way that we admit adult members to our families. As Paul Ritchie wrote in Faith, Love and Australia: The conservative case for same-sex marriage: "Marriage can be a powerful affirmation of our lives. A wedding is the day we see our parents' joyful tears and receive their blessing; it is when we hear our best friend's speech with love hidden in the humour; and it is when the love of our life is admitted to our family, and we to theirs." It is the day we are blessed by our families. Because of this bill, that blessing will no longer be denied to our LGBTI children. One of the reasons this bill is so vital is that it reflects the deepest of liberal and conservative ideals. Liberal because it advances the sum of freedoms, and conservative because it nurtures our families, affirms a vital institution, and strengthens the social fabric which is but the sum of all of our human relationships. Today I think of John Gorton, the only prime minister to come from the Senate, who 44 years ago moved a motion calling for the decriminalisation of homosexuality. In him, we saw a liberalism that was empathetic — and a man, who even after achieving the highest office, was still willing to walk a mile in another man's shoes. Gorton's mantle was taken up by hundreds of Liberal and National Party members who leant their name to the Libs and Nats for Yes campaign. To all, I say thank you. Jack Kennedy once said, with more than a touch of irony, that "victory has a thousand fathers but defeat is an orphan". When I look at this victory and the thousands who made it possible, I keep thinking of one man: the one who carried the torch before there were any openly LGBTI members of the Coalition in the Parliament. That man is the Member for Leichardt, Warren Entsch. Like John Gorton, he has a wonderful mix of gruffness and empathy that made him the most unexpected but compelling warrior. This bill is more Warren's than anyone's — we simply walk in the tracks that he has laid. Mr President, the Australian people have voted to change the Marriage Act. Now we must move decisively on their behalf. The postal survey was a vote on amending the Marriage Act. Full stop. Yes, there are other worthy debates about freedom of expression and living out our shared values — and yes, I will be a willing and enthusiastic participant in those debates. But those matters cannot be part of the Marriage Act — they can live for another day. This bill, in keeping with the express will of the Australian people, is solely about amending the Marriage Act. I believe this is a comprehensive bill and I am willing to engage in the substantive issues the bill addresses. This bill seeks to remove existing discrimination from the Marriage Act, protect religious institutions and does not re-introduce commercial discrimination. Let me be clear: amendments that seek to address other issues, or which seek to deny gay and lesbian Australians with the full rights, responsibilities and privileges that they already have, will be strenuously opposed. Australians did not vote for equality before the law so that equality before the law that has already been gained is stripped away. This is a fair bill. This bill recognises the special place of marriage that transcends our civic and religious life. In many ways, the undercurrent debate over recent years has been the question: is marriage a holy secular institution or a wholly secular institution? My message is that it can still be both — without curtailing our civic or religious freedoms. This bill advances the civic right of all Australians and provides protection for religious institutions to continue to be guided by the tenets of their faith. Nothing in this bill takes away an existing right, nor does any of it diminish an existing civil freedom. The change proposed in this bill is not revolutionary, it is evolutionary. Yesterday's decisive outcome after a 15-year debate is a reflection of Edmund Burke's admonition that: "Time is required to produce that union of minds which alone can produce all the good we aim at. Our patience will produce more than our force." Mr President, whether we admit it or not, we all bring our full selves to this place. All of us are a product of our families, our histories, our connections and the parties and communities from which we come. It is the strength and wonder of being a representative body. I have spoken very much today as a gay Australian. Let me say a few words as someone who is also a Christian Australian. It is as much a part of who I am as my nationality or indeed my sexuality — and it is, in part, why I wrestled with this issue for so long. Being true to self is often as much about being true to the people who have loved us and nurtured us. And that equally applies to me. My faith is not a platform, it's a refuge. It's why on my office desk there stands a crucifix — it gives me strength when there appear to be difficulties ahead. So I want to acknowledge the very genuine concerns of some Christians and religious people around Australia have expressed during this postal survey and give voice to them. People voted No, not because they had a particular problem with gay and lesbian Australians, but because they felt it was the easiest expression of their fear about the change in Australian culture towards people of religious faith. The No advocates spoke much about religious freedom but couldn't point to what freedom was exactly being lost. That's because what religious people fear has very little to do with laws — but everything to do with culture. Let me express the fears that many people of faith have in our modern world. Many Australians voted No because they fear a world where they won't be able to live their identity; where they can't fully express who they are. They fear a world where they will be shamed for who they are. They fear a world where their faith will be questioned by internet mobs and government tribunals. They fear a world where they mightn't be promoted at work if people knew what they believed or how they lived. They fear a world of ostracism for who they are and what God they follow. They fear a world where violence might be directed against them by a mad few for no other reason than the faith they profess or the place in which they worship. I understand. I understand these fears — because they are reflections of the fears that LGBTI citizens have felt through our country's history. Fears about acceptance, fears about jobs, fears about hiding part of you, and yes, fears about violence. This vote is not about — and must not be about — replacing one persecuted minority with another. Or giving one group hope, while inflicting another with fear. It must be about advancing the hopes and dreams of all citizens no matter their sexuality, ethnicity or religion. As Australians we have a shared inheritance. Sir Robert Menzies, using the beautiful words of St Paul, said that we are, as Australians, "members of one another". And indeed we are. The error of our times, Mr President, is that all too often in this chamber we seek to advance the base that elected us rather than the nation that needs us. Where we play to one group rather than advance all. Yes, this is a great day for our democracy and our country, but it is also a day when we reaffirm our commitment to affirm the different identities of all our citizens — and pledge ourselves to protect them all. Mr President. As a young man, I never believed I could serve as a senior adviser to a prime minister or a premier, because I was a gay man. John Howard and Richard Court both proved me wrong. I never believed that I could be pre-selected to be a Liberal Party candidate and senator. The Liberal Party proved me wrong. I didn't believe my name would ever be accepted by the people at an election. The people of Western Australia proved me wrong. And I never believed the day would come when my relationship would be judged by my country to be as meaningful and valued as any other. The Australian people have proven me wrong. To those who want and believe in change — and to those who seek to seek to frustrate it — I simply say: Don't underestimate Australia. Don't underestimate the Australian people. Don't underestimate our country's sense of fairness, its sense of decency and its willingness to be a country "for all of us". Not only does our country live these values, it votes for them as well.

Amish Tripathi's bestseller to be finally adapted to screen

Sunday, December 17 2017

Amish Tripathi's bestseller to be finally adapted to screen

In a candid chat with Bombay Times on Day 1 of the Times Litfest 2017, Amish confirmed the news. | TNN | Updated: Dec 17, 2017, 11:26 IST Amish Tripathi (Tejas Kudtarkar) Author Amish Tripathi 's first novel in the Shiva series, The Immortals of Meluha, will finally be adapted for the big screen. Earlier, the book was to be made into a film by Karan Johar and there was much fanfare and publicity surrounding that announcement. However, six months ago, the director's contract with Amish expired and he had to surrender the rights. In a candid chat with Bombay Times on Day 1 of the Times Litfest 2017, Amish confirmed the news, "Yes, the rights of my book are back with me, as the contract with Karan Johar's company expired some months ago. However, a new contract has been signed now and we will make an announcement about that soon." Speculations have been rife that Sanjay Leela Bhansali was keen on making the film. Amish added, "There are discussions going on for the Ram Chandra Series as well. So, let's see how that works out. I am writing Raavan right now. It is the third book of the series. Raavan is a very interesting character to write about. I hope the readers like it, too." Amish on Lord Shiva as his favourite character 00:21 Get latest news & live updates on the go on your pc with News App . Download The Times of India news app for your device. RELATED

Kulikawna Health Workers' Training School-in Diamond Jubilee lawm

Friday, December 15 2017

Kulikawna Health Workers' Training School-in Diamond Jubilee lawm

Kulikawna Health Workers’ Training School-in Diamond Jubilee lawm By 29 views Kulikawna Health Workers’ Training School-in vawiin khan an kum 60 tlinna. ‘Diamond Jubilee’ an lawm a, Health Minister, Pu Lal Thanzara’n hmanpuiin Mizoramin Health Worker zirna, kum 60 zet a nei chuan hriselna lam thawktute hnena Training pek kawngah Mizoram chu a hniam lohzia a tilang niin a sawi. Kumin thleng hian Health Worker Training School a\ang hian Mipa 507 leh Hmeichhia 658, an vaiin mi 1,165-in Health Worker Training hi an zo tawh a. He School-a thawktu leh zirlaite chuan an hna pangngai bakah Department dang leh pawl hrang hrang hnenah First Aid leh thil dang training an pe \hin a ni.

Upper Khatla phei, Baptist House awmna leh a panna kawngpui siam that dan tur sawiho

Friday, December 15 2017

Upper Khatla phei, Baptist House awmna leh a panna kawngpui siam that dan tur sawiho

Upper Khatla phei, Baptist House awmna leh a panna kawngpui siam that dan tur sawiho By 24 views Vawiin khan UD&PA Minister, Pu Zodintluanga hovin a pisa-ah Upper Khatla phei, Baptist House awmna leh a panna kawngpui siam \hat dan tur a kaihhnawih department hotuten an sawi ho. UD&PA Minister chuan Aizawl khawpuia hna pawimawh tak thawh a nih laia harsatna tawh chungchangah Bible Society leh Mizoram Baptist Kohhran hruaitute dawhtheihna chu fakawm a tih thu a sawi a, kawng hi siam \hat thuai a \ul thu sawiin, furpui lo thlen leh hmain siam \hat dan ngaihtuah ni se an ti a ni. Circuit House awmna hlui, laih zawl tak chu hmun \henkhatah a lei tihngheh dan tur ngaihtuah ni se, hemi atan hian Geology & Mineral Resources hmanraw neihte bakah PHE lei verhna hman theih dan ngaihtuah ni se an ti bawk.

Mizoram State Bharat Scouts & Guides State Council thukhawm

Friday, December 15 2017

Mizoram State Bharat Scouts & Guides State Council thukhawm

Mizoram State Bharat Scouts & Guides State Council thukhawm By 30 views Mizoram State Bharat Scouts & Guides State Council chu an President, CM, Pu Lal Thanhawla hovin vawiin khan Chief Minister’s Banquet Hall-ah an \hu khawm a. CM chuan, changkannain a ken tel ni awma lang, inthlahdahna, nun uluk lohna leh ruihhlo kaihhnawih thila chak lohna hmanga \halaiten harsatna an tawh mek chu \anpui tura \an lak thar a ngai hle tih a sawi a. Hemi kawngah hian NCC leh Scouts & Guides chuan nasa taka tha an thawh theih a beisei thu a sawi. He \hutkhawmna hi President rem tihnain MSBSG State Chief Commissioner, Pu Zothanmawia’n a kaihruai a; Secretary Pi Saizampuii’n an pawl hnathawhte a sawi a ni.

Lungleia Mizo National Youth Front Sub Hqrs. hruaituten fahrah enkawlna hmun te, ruihhlo ngaite leh hnuchham enkawlna in hrang hrang tlawh

Friday, December 15 2017

Lungleia Mizo National Youth Front Sub Hqrs. hruaituten fahrah enkawlna hmun te, ruihhlo ngaite leh hnuchham enkawlna in hrang hrang tlawh

Lungleia Mizo National Youth Front Sub Hqrs. hruaituten fahrah enkawlna hmun te, ruihhlo ngaite leh hnuchham enkawlna in hrang hrang tlawh By 25 views Lungleia Mizo National Youth Front Sub Hqrs. hruaituten vawiin khan Lungleia fahrah enkawlna hmun te, ruihhlo ngaite leh hnuchham enkawlna in hrang hrangte tlawhin, an ei tur buhfai, pawisa leh alu bag an pe. Exodus Day leh Krismas lo thleng tur puala Home leh Centre hrang hrang an tlawhte hi Hrangchalkawna TNT leh Sazaikawna Bethel Centre te a ni a, chawhnu lam khan Home hrang hrang tlawhin an mamawh an pe bawk a ni. Heng mite hi MNYF President, Pu Lalramliana’n a ho a ni.

Mizoram Higher Secondary School Games vawi 16-na khar

Friday, December 15 2017

Mizoram Higher Secondary School Games vawi 16-na khar

Mizoram Higher Secondary School Games vawi 16-na khar By 27 views Mizoram Higher Secondary School Games vawi 16-na chu vawiin khan Macdonald Hill-a Govt. Mizo High School Field-ah khar a ni a, School Education Secretary, Pi Esther Lalruatkimi’n a hmanpui a ni. He intihsiaknaah hian infiamna chi hrang hrang Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Football, Table Tennis, Taekwondo leh Volley Ball hmangin zirlaite chu an intihsiak a, Gold medal 12, Silver 9 leh bronze 8 latu, Govt. Mizo Higher Secondary School chu a pumpuiah pakhatna a ni a, Govt. Republic Higher Secondary School leh Govt. Higher Secondary School, Serchhip chu pahnihna, Durtlang Higher Secondary School chu pathumna an ni. Govt.Serchhip Higher Secondary School zirlai, Abija Lalrindika leh Thenzawl Higher Secondary School zirlai, CS Remsangpuii chu mipa leh hmeichhe Best Athlete-ah thlan an ni a, he intihsiaknaah hian Aizawl khaw chhung a\angin School 14 leh Aizawl pawn a\angin School 12 an tel a ni.

Tuirial Hydro Electric Power Project PM-in a hawng chak niin CM-in sawi

Friday, December 15 2017

Tuirial Hydro Electric Power Project PM-in a hawng chak niin CM-in sawi

Tuirial Hydro Electric Power Project PM-in a hawng chak niin CM-in sawi By 28 views CM, Pu Lal Thanhawla’n Tuirial Hydro Electric Power Project chu PM, Pu Narendra Modi-a’n a hawn a ch^k niin a sawi a, hei hi sorkar hnathawh ropui tak, state dang pawh a thleng zen zen lo a ni, a ti. Vawiina kumin atana Congress Bhavan kharna inkhawm-ah CM chuan, Tuirial Hydel Project chu MNF-in an sorkar laia a tihchhiat lailet der nia sawiin, Mizoramin kawlphetha megawatt 60, a thlawna a neih theihna tur chu kut tling lo-a sum lak duhna avanga tihchhiat vek a nih hnuah chhit theihin Congress sorkarin a siam leh a ni, a ti a. Hei hi PM-in hawn a hauh tlat nia sawiin, hei hian thil chhuanawm tak a ni tih a lantir niin a sawi. CM chuan Tuirial Hydel Project lungphum phum a nih \umin, a thawktu turte’n Tuivai pawh khuah an tiam nia sawiin, kum 1998 inthlan khan Congress sorkar tla lo sela chuan Mizoramin kawlphetha megawatt 270 a nei tawh dawn nia sawiin, MNF sorkar lo sela chuan Mizoramin tuna a mamawh, megawatt 100 vel bakah, hralh tur megawatt 170 a nei tawh dawn niin a sawi. CM chuan, Tuirini pawh kawlphetha megawatt 42 pe chhuak thei ni mah se, khuap tur chuan sorkar laipui lamah dil a ngaih avangin hun a duh rei dawn a, hei vang hian state thuneihna chin, megawatt 25 pe chhuak thei tura siam tum a ni a, hemi atana sum mamawh hi PM hian ngaihtuah se a duh thu a sawi bawk. Congress Bhavan kharna inkhawm hi party Vice President, Pu R. Lalzirliana’n a kaihruai a, kum thar 2018, January 8-ah Congress Bhavan hi an hawng leh dawn a ni.

NGO Co-Ordination Committee-in vantlang inkhawma kal lo tura mipuite a ngenna chu a sût

Friday, December 15 2017

NGO Co-Ordination Committee-in vantlang inkhawma kal lo tura mipuite a ngenna chu a sût

NGO Co-Ordination Committee-in vantlang inkhawma kal lo tura mipuite a ngenna chu a sût By 28 views NGO Co-Ordination Committee-in naktuka PM, Pu Narendra Modi-a’n Mizoram a rawn tlawh huna Lammuala vantlang inkhawma kal lo tura mipuite a ngenna chu a s

PM, Pu Narendra Modi-a dawngsawng tura ruahmanna engkim siam fel a ni tawh

Friday, December 15 2017

PM, Pu Narendra Modi-a dawngsawng tura ruahmanna engkim siam fel a ni tawh

PM, Pu Narendra Modi-a dawngsawng tura ruahmanna engkim siam fel a ni tawh By 27 views PM, Pu Narendra Modi-a’n naktuk zinga lehlanga Mizoram a rawn tlawh huna lo dawngsawng tura ruahmanna engkim siam fel a ni tawh. Puan tawh angin, PM hian naktuk zing dar 9:30-ah Lammuala vantlang inkhawmah Tuirial Hydel Project, kawlphetha megawatt 60 pe chhuak thei tur a hawn bakah thil siamna lama hnathawk \ha, mi pathum hnenah DoNER hnuaia North East Venture Capital Fund a\angin \anpuina a pe dawn a ni. Lammuala inkhawm programme-a tarlan danin he inkhawm hi zing dar 9:30-a \an a ni veleh Union Power Minister, Pu RK Singh-a’n inlawmna thu a sawi ang a, hemi hnu hian CM, Pu Lal Thanhawla’n thu a sawi leh ang a, chumi hnuah PM-in Tuirial Hydel Project a hawn bakah mipuite hnena thuchah a sawi ang a, Minister of State for DoNER, Dr. Jitendra Singh-a’n lawmthu a sawi zawhah inkhawm hi tihtawp a ni ang. Lammual programme hi darkar khat chhung vela zawh fel hman tum a ni a, hemi hnu hian PM leh amah zuitu, Union Minister 2 chuan |huampui Helipad a\ang bawkin Aizawl an chhuahsan ang a, Shillong an pan dawn a ni. PM hian a programme hmasa aia chhuak hma hretin naktuk zing 8:45-ah Lengpui \umhmun a thleng ang a, Union Power Minister, Pu RK Singh leh Minister of State for DoNER, Dr. Jitender Singh-a’n an rawn \awiawm ang a, Lengpui \umhmunah hian Larsap, Lt. Gen. Nirbhay Sharma, CM, Pu Lal Thanhawla, UD&PA Minister, Pu Zodintluanga, Chief Secretary, Pu Lalmalsawma leh DGP-in an lo dawngsawng ang a, Larsap leh CM hian ama rualin helicopter-in |huampui Helipad an pan ang a, hemi hnu hian a thusawina tur, Lammual lam an pan nghal dawn a ni. PM-in tluang taka a tih tur a tih theih nan Traffic SP, Pu C. Lalthanmawia chuan Aizawla PM a awm chhunga lirthei tlan dan tur a ruahman a, naktuk zing dar 6 a\anga chhun dar 12 thleng, |huampui Helipad leh Treasury Square inkar, Bawngkawn, Chaltlang, Chanmari, Zarkawt, Dawrpui leh Zodin Square kawngpui sirah lirthei eng chi mah dah phal a ni dawn lova, hemi bakah hian PM, kalna kawng tur |huampui-Bawngkawn-Chatlang-Chanmari-Zarkawt-Dawrpui kal tlang kawngpuiah zing dar 8 a\anga dar 11:30 thleng lirthei tlan dan tihdanglam a ni dawn a, lirthei hmangtute chu an tum lohna lama tlantir emaw, rei deuh dintir emaw a \ul pawhin hrethiam tura ngen an ni. Traffic SP chuan PM kalna tur kawngpui sira motor chhe dah a awm chuan seng hawi vek turin a neitute a hriattir bawk.