Mizoram Parlimentary Election 2015

The ruling Congress candidate and incumbent Lok Sabha member C.L. Ruala was Friday leading by 10,000 votes over Robert Romawia Royte of the United Democratic Front (UDF) in the lone Lok Sabha constituency of Mizoram, officials said.

M. Lalmanzuala of the Aam Aadmi Party was in the third position as vote count continued in eight districts of the state, bordering Myanmar and Bangladesh.

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Mizoram General Election Results 2015 (1):

Party Name Results
BJP + 0
Cong 1
Others 0

Mizoram is a state in north-eastern India. Mizoram has only one parliamentary constituency, which has the same name as that of the state. It is reserved for ST candidates. It is spread over an area of 21,081 sq km and its total population is 1,091,014, of which 529,037 is rural populace and 561,977 is urban populace.

There are 6,86,305 voters in Mizoram, of which 349,506 are female voters and 336,799 men voters. Here female voters are more in number then men. The languages spoken are Mizo and English. Its capital is Aizawl.

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Mizoram Lok Sabha Constituencies Schedule and Results 2015

Name of Constituencies Winner Party
Mizoram C L Ruala Cong
Shillong Vincent H Pala Cong
Tura P A Sangma NPP

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    Updated On : Oct 20,2016   1:24 pm
Hyderabad, Oct 20 (IANS) AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has alleged that the Modi government is trying to convert India into "Hindu rashtra" with its attempt to impose a Uniform Civil Code (UCC). View More..

Quakes hits northeast India

    Updated On : Oct 19,2016   11:30 pm
Agartala/Shillong, Oct 19 (IANS) A 4.3-magnitude earthquake hit the India-Bangladesh border region along Meghalaya on Wednesday, and shook few other parts of northeast India. There was no report of major damage, officials said. View More..

India, Myanmar to closely coordinate on border security (Roundup)

    Updated On : Oct 19,2016   6:06 pm
New Delhi, Oct 19 (IANS) India and Myanmar on Wednesday agreed to closely coordinate with each other on border security while Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaffirmed New Delhi's commitment to help develop Myanmar. View More..

Work starts for new India-Bangladesh rail project

    Updated On : Oct 19,2016   4:54 pm
Agartala, Oct 19 (IANS) More than six years after the finalisation of a new India-Bangladesh railway project, land acquisition work has begun in Bangladesh, officials said here on Wednesday. View More..

India, Myanmar to coordinate on border security

    Updated On : Oct 19,2016   4:02 pm
New Delhi, Oct 19 (IANS) India and Myanmar on Wednesday agreed to coordinate with each other on border security as Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaffirmed New Delhi's commitment to help develop Myanmar. View More..

Fund crisis: Tripura, Mizoram unsure of meeting 7th Pay Commission obligations

    Updated On : Oct 18,2016   1:12 pm
Agartala/Aizawl, Oct 18 (IANS) Congress-ruled Mizoram and Left-ruled Tripura have said that they are not in a position to implement the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) recommendations for their employees. View More..

Punjab Governor calls for self regulatory mechanism for media

    Updated On : Oct 17,2016   3:26 pm
Chandigarh, Oct 17 (IANS) Punjab Governor V.P. Singh Badnore on Monday called upon the media to develop a self-regulatory mechanism so as to project before the government the right picture of the issues relating to the people. View More..

'Food testing labs to be upgraded in next two-three years'

    Updated On : Oct 14,2016   8:22 pm
New Delhi, Oct 14 (IANS) The government will be spending Rs 490 crore in the next two-three years on upgrading and setting up new food testing laboratories (FTLs) across the country, an official said on Friday. View More..

Northeast sees deficient rainfall for second consecutive monsoon

    Updated On : Oct 14,2016   12:30 pm
Agartala, Oct 14 (IANS) The mountainous northeast of India, comprising eight states, has recorded deficient rainfall for the second consecutive monsoon season, and experts have red-flagged rapid urbanisation and deforestation as reasons for the fall in precipitation in the region. View More..

AIMIM to respond to questionnaire on civil code

    Updated On : Oct 13,2016   4:00 pm
Hyderabad, Oct 13 (IANS) Stating that Uniform Civil Code is not good for the country, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Thursday said his party would nevertheless reply to the Law Commission's questionnaire. View More..

Petroleum Minister launches National Seismic Programme in Odisha

    Updated On : Oct 12,2016   6:58 pm
Bhubaneswar, Oct 12 (IANS) Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Wednesday inaugurated the National Seismic Programme (NSP) in Odisha to trace hydrocarbon resources like oil and natural gas in Mahanadi basin. View More..

Uncertainty over Bru refugees' return to Mizoram even after Delhi meeting

    Updated On : Oct 12,2016   6:54 pm
Agartala/New Delhi, Oct 12 (IANS) Uncertainty of repatriation of over 31,000 tribal refugees, living in Tripura for the past 19 years, to Mizoram continued even after a high-level meeting at the Union Home Ministry in Delhi, officials said on Wednesday. View More..

No Information Commission has published 2015-16 annual report: INGO

    Updated On : Oct 10,2016   5:40 pm
New Delhi, Oct 10 (IANS) None of the country's Information Commissions that follow the financial year reporting cycle have published annual reports for 2015-16 period, an international NGO said on Monday. View More..

Long-awaited Agartala-Kolkata passenger train chugs off, sans fanfare

    Updated On : Oct 08,2016   6:16 pm
Agartala, Oct 8 (IANS) The long-awaited passenger train service between Tripura capital Agartala and Kolkata in West Bengal began here on Saturday without fanfare. View More..

Border trade resumes at Moreh as Myanmar opens gate

    Updated On : Oct 07,2016   4:54 pm
Imphal Oct 7 (IANS) Legal border trade between India and Myanmar resumed on Friday at Moreh in Manipur, after it was stopped on Monday in the wake of some violent incidents. View More..

Chopper service for Durga Puja revellers in Tripura

    Updated On : Oct 07,2016   2:16 pm
Agartala, Oct 7 (IANS) The Tripura government will operate a helicopter service for Durga Puja revellers and sightseers to enable them to get an aerial view of tourist spots and puja celebrations in Agartala, a minister said here on Friday. View More..

Long-awaited Agartala-Kolkata passenger train to run from Saturday

    Updated On : Oct 06,2016   2:52 pm
Agartala, Oct 6 (IANS) The much-awaited passenger train service between Agartala and Kolkata would begin from Saturday fulfilling a decades-old demand of people from the northeastern state of Tripura, an official said on Thursday. View More..

Court attack: Gauhati HC Chief Justice visits Mizoram

    Updated On : Oct 05,2016   6:14 pm
Aizawl, Oct 5 (IANS) Gauhati High Court Chief Justice Ajit Singh on Wednesday visited Mizoram in the wake of a mob attack at Lunglei court and subsequent withdrawal of all judges from there, an official said. View More..

One in every four men in Aizawl facing cancer threat

    Updated On : Oct 03,2016   3:58 pm
Aizawl, Oct 3 (IANS) Men in Mizoram's capital Aizawl have much higher probability of developing cancer than their counterparts in any other part of the country, an official said here on Monday. View More..

Urban Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh now free from open defecation

    Updated On : Oct 02,2016   5:10 pm
New Delhi, Oct 2 (IANS) A total of 180 cities and towns in Gujarat, including Mahatma Gandhi's home district Porbandar, and 110 cities and towns in Andhra Pradesh were on Gandhi Jayanti on Sunday declared free from open defecation. View More..