Saturday, March 14, 2009

Youth Icon-in banna thehlut

Aizawl: LPS Youth Icon 2007 Malsawmtluangi Fanai chuan tunlaia sex video put-ru leh thuthang chungchangah LPS Youth Icon Organising Committee hnenah thu a thehlut a, he thu thehluh hi Organising Committee chuan an ngaihtuah tur thu media hnenah an hrilh.

Malsawmtluangi Fanai, Msi tia hriatlar chuan tun hnaia boruak tlangthang mekah LPS Youth Icon hminghliauna lam hawi zawngin mipui zingah thu a tlangthan mek avangin Youth Icon thlanna an neih tuma a intiamkamna angin a chungthu chu LPS Youth Icon Organising Committee kutah a innghah thu a lehkhaah hian a ziak a.

“Icon thlan a nih tuma top ten-a tling chinten ‘Icon hming an ti hliau a nih chuan an nihna hlih sak an ni ang’ tia intiamna kan neih ang ngeiin, tunah hian Youth Icon sawihnawmna boruak Mizoramah a awm tak avangin kei chuan ka intiamna ang ngeiin ka nihna hi min hlihsak turin lehkha ka rawn thehlut a ni,” tiin Malsawmtluangi Fanai chuan Organising Committee hnenah hian lehkha a thehlut.

LPS Youth Icon Organising Committee chuan lehkha an dawn hi tun kar chhung ngeia ngaihtuaha thutkhawm an tum thu an sawi a, abak chu engmah sawi theih an neih rih loh thu an sawi.

Media lama thawhpui duh tak, a chunga thu leh hla khi keini lam leh Malsawmtluangi Fanai (Youth Icon 2007) atanga thu kan neih mipui hnena kan puan theih hmasak chu a ni a, Organising Committee kan thutkhawm velah kan hmalakna a ranglamin kan rawn hriattir leh dawn che u nia.

Source: Evening post | Misual

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I want to be a Bollywood star: Sourabhee Debbarma

Ritika Kumar | New Delhi, Mar 10 (PTI) Country's first female "Indian Idol", Sourabhee Debbarma aspires to become a Bollywood star. Winning the title is just a "stepping stone" to her dreams, she says. "This is not the end but a stepping stone to my dream. I am not just a singer but an artist and will love to see my self being a Bollywood star one day," Sourabhee told PTI. It has been just a week since Sourabhee has been crowned as the fourth "Indian Idol" , but the singer is not just basking in the glory of fame. She is planning for the future as well.

"I know I have to work really hard to take this forward. This is just an entry to the big world. I would have to go to composers, music directors to get work and prove myself," Sorabhee said.

When asked has she been asked by music director and one of the judges at the contest, Anu Malik to record for her, the singer said, "I had not been offered yet but I am sure that whenever Anu ji will record a chulbuli (fun-filled) type of song, I'll be the first one to come to his mind." Meanwhile her fans back home in Agartala does not seem to be done with the celebrations yet. PTI


Jackson adds more shows to comeback concerts

London, Mar 13 (PTI) Michael Jackson has added more performances to his concerts in London, which is seen as the King of Pop's comeback, four years after he was cleared of child abuse in the United States.

Jackson has added more dates to his "This Is It" shows at the O2 arena here pushing the number of scheduled concerts to 45 and stretching the show dates to 2010, organisers said.

The 50-year-old singer who had initially agreed to play 10 concerts is said to be "ecstatic" at the popularity of the shows, reported the Daily Mirror.

Organisers said half of seats for each show have been held back until the official sale which is slated to begin at 7am today.

The "Thriller" singer who is currently in America rehearsing for the tour is also being lined up for "The X Factor" series of live shows on ITV1 that will kick off later this year.

X-factor's owner Simon Cowell has made it his priority to get Jackson, who is on his Sony BMG label, on the show. It is said that Cowell wants a big name to rival Britney Spears who made a surprise appearance last year. PTI


Aniston, John Mayor call it quits second time

Los Angeles, Mar 13 (PTI) After posing together for cameras at this years Oscars and officially confirming their romance, actress Jennifer Aniston and singer boyfriend John Mayor have split again, for the second time.

Just days after Aniston returned from Europe after promoting her new film "Marley & Me", they were a couple no more, sources confirmed to the People magazine.

"They had some disagreements and decided to not continue to see each other," says one source. "Jen is moving on with her life like she always does. She seems happy." A second source says Mayer broke up with Aniston after she returned from Europe.

In the last few weeks, the actress is spending time with former Friends co-star Courteney Cox Arquette and her yoga instructor-friend Mandy Ingber, while Mayer has been busy getting his new house ready and working in the studio.

However, this is not the first time the 40-year-old Aniston and Mayer aged, 31, have split. In August 2008, they had split for the first time.

The singer at that time held an impromptu press conference outside his gym in New York, explaining to the media, "I ended a relationship to be alone because I don't want to waste somebody's time if something's not right." PTI

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Mizos celebrate ''Chapchar Kut''

Chapchar Kut was celebrated all over Mizoram today with traditional enthusiasm and gaiety. In the main function held at Lammual in Aizawl, the Kut Father, Chief Minister, Mr. Lal Thanhawla expressed gratitude to the people and all non-governmental organizations for organizing Chapchar Kut in harmony with Mizo culture and the changing belief of the people. He also said that celebration of the Kut changes along with the stage of development and the earlier way of celebration which has been abandoned now was not to be condemned totally as it represented the traditional way of celebration.

Greeting all the participants and visitors including those who came from the neighbouring states and abroad he reminded them that the true way of life is to be truthful and honest wherever we are. Earlier addressing the mammoth gathering, Art and Culture Minister, Mr. PC Zoram Sangliana, who also was the host of the Kut said, celebration of Chapchar Kut was discontinued from 1960 till 1972 because of conflicting opinion among the Church, voluntary organizations and the government. He however thanked the people for reviving the Kut in harmony with Christian belief and abolishing irrelevant and objectionable ingredients used in the past. He also said that culture cannot develop and thrive without congenial peaceful condition. He praised the Chief Minister for sacrificing his Chief Ministership in 1986 to accommodate the MNF leaders which brought lasting peace in Mizoram.

Leader of Baptist Church, Rev. H. Lianngaia who led the people in devotion reminded them that they are to face judgement day on the basis of their activities while they are living in this world. The Central YMA President Mr. JH Zoremthanga welcomed the participants and the visitors coming from far and near. Addressing the gathering, the Tourism Minister, Mr. S. Hiato underlined the need to make Mizoram attractive for tourists. He also said that hospitality, honesty and cultural heritage of Mizos will play crucial role to this direction. The Kut was marked by wide ranging display of Mizo culture from dances, songs and performances connected with their past beliefs. Costume parade, depicting social changes from 17th Century to the present day and some traditional games were also displayed in the function. The Kut concluded this afternoon with ‘Chhawnghnawh’ which means feeding of friends and dear ones with the most delicious food available. Chapchar Kut was also celebrated in the District Hqrs. towns. In Champhai, it was celebrated at Kahrawt field with cultural dances, songs and traditional games and the President of Mizo Academy of Letters, Mr. Lalthangfala Sailo was the Kut father. Not only the cultural clubs and YMA members of the town but also from a number of villages within the districts participated in the Kut. In Kolasib, the function was held at Tuipui field where the Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Dawngliana was the Kut father. The function included cultural dances, singing of songs and traditional games. In Mamit, the Kut celebration was marked by display of wide ranging variety of culture including that of the Bru and Chakma. In Lunglei, the Kut was celebrated at LDSC Ground Number One and the Deupty Commissioner, Ms. M. Zohmingthangi acted as the host. The display of cultural dances and songs included Bhangra performed by the 40th Assam Rifles and Indian dances by Gurkha youth. In Saiha, Voluntary Organizations including, MTP, YMA, YLA, MCHP, MHIP and Lai Women Association participated in the festival. Wide variety of cultural dances of different tribes living in the area were displayed for public entertainment. Chapchar Kut was not however celebrated in Lawngtlai and Serchhip District Hqrs.


Chapchar Kut Fest at Vanapa hall attracted a large number of visitors today and the visitors included Ministers and officials of the government. The display included fine arts, dresses and apparels of former Mizo heroes and scripts written by them.


In a Mizo traditional way, voluntary social work was organized in Puilo village to reconstruct six houses which were completely devastated by fire yesterday afternoon. The people collected building materials from the jungle today and they are to start the construction work tomorrow. Meanwhile volunteers of Kawlkulh village collected donations and building materials for assistance to the fire victims families of Puilo village and they are to proceed to Puilo village tomorrow with whatever they collected today. As already stated, six houses including Anganwadi centre in Puilo village were gutted by fire yesterday afternoon.


Zoram Nationalist Party (ZNP) has decided to be a silent spectator of the forth coming Lok Sabha and Assembly bye elections in South Tuipui constituency. This decision was taken by the Party High Command which met in the Party office today under the chairmanship of the Party President, Mr. Lalduhoma. In reply to ZONET Corr. the Party Vice President, Mr. C. Vulluaia said, the coming Lok Sabha election for the lone seat in Mizoram and Assembly bye election in South Tuipui constituency are not considered to have meaningful impact on the people of the state and the ZNP which has been trying to introduce meaningful change in the administration will rather concentrate on strengthening of the Party. He also said that the Party will neither extend support to any other Party nor field a candidate and the Party members are free to exercise their franchise as they like.


Three persons were injured when a Truck proceeding to Aizawl from Saiha met accident near Tlungvel quarry this morning. The Truck ran out of the road and rolled down about 200 feet below. Luckily the Truck got stuck on the steep slope and three persons in the vehicle were found alive by Tlungvel YMA volunteers who rushed to the spot for rescue operation. The Assam Rifle officer stationed in Serchhip Captain Dig Vijay also sent the Assam Rifle jawans for the rescue operation and lifted all the injured persons to Thingsulthliah hospital. Talking to news persons, Tlungvel Branch YMA Secretary, Mr. Zosangliana described the service rendered to the needy persons by the Assam Rifles as exemplary.


National Building Construction Corporation (NBCC) has started resurfacing of Aizawl city road on war footing. Work is going on in 6 selected roads every night from 9 pm till 5 in the next day morning by blocking the roads. Meanwhile the Traffic Police requested the drivers not to ply in these roads which are Sikulpuikawn to BSNL Office, Tennis Court to Silkulpuikawn via Khatla, Sikulpuikawn to Kulikawn, Electric veng to Israel Point, Temple Square to Vaivakawn and Bawngkawn to College Veng via Sarawn veng.


In view of the coming Parliamentary elections Aizawl District Magistrate prohibited carrying and use of arms and explosive without valid permit issued by him. This prohibitory order issued under section 144 of Cr. PC is to remain valid till the 17th April. In another order, the District Magistrate also banned un-authorized sale of petrol, diesel oil and kerosene oil. In a prohibitory order issued under Section 144 of Cr. PC, the District Magistrate said that this is necessary for public safety.


In the 32nd Robula Chess Trophy which was concluded today, Zohmingliana of Mission Veng lifted the trophy and a cash price of 10 thousand rupees, The runner up Lalrinfela of Bethlehem Veng also lifted the trophy and a cash price of 7 thousand rupees. The prizes were distributed at a function in Electric Veng YMA Hall.


Today, the maximum temperature of Aizawl City was 29.7 degree Celsius and the minimum was 18.7 degree Celsius.

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AICC leader to arrive in Shillong today

NEW DELHI: Amid heightened political activities in Meghalaya, AICC General Secretary in charge of the State Luizinho Faleiro will leave for Shillong on Friday, party sources said. During a special briefing on Thursday, party leaders expressed confidence that Congress would form the next government in the State. "Wait for a few days and Congress will come back to power in the Hill State again," Congress leaders said.

Amid claims and counter claims, Maj (retd) Ved Prakash defended the efforts made by the Congress to bring down the ruling MPA Government to form its own government. "The people's verdict in the 2008 Assembly elections was for Congress which got the highest number of 25 seats," he said, adding "the same was reaffirmed in the Umroi by-elections where the party snatched the seat from the UDP."

Maj Prakash said, "People of the State are fed up with the ongoing infighting among the MPA partners. Hence there is nothing wrong in pulling down such a coalition which does not have any common ideology".

The veteran Congress leader also defended the action of the two Independent legislators, saying that the Anti-Defection Law was not applicable in their case.

To a question on possibility of a Congress-NCP coalition, Maj Ved Prakash said that everything would depend on the State unit of the Congress. "Whatever it decides will be the final one," he said.

Six Union ministers in Congress' LS list: Six Union ministers, including Commerce Minister Kamal Nath on Thursday figured in the list of 25 candidates announced by the Congress for the Lok Sabha polls. Other Union ministers are Jyotiraditya Scindia (Minister of State, Communications), Pawan Kumar Bansal (Minister of State, Finance), Santosh Mohan Dev (Heavy Industries), B K Handique (Minister of State, Chemical and Fertilizer) and Kantilal Bhuria (Minister of State, Agriculture). - The Shillong Times

Rs 1775 cr vote on- account tabled in Nagaland

Kohima: Nagaland Government on Thursday tabled a vote-on-account in the State Assembly seeking withdrawal of Rs. 1774.29 crore from the exchequer to meet expenditure of the first four months of the next financial year.

Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, who also holds finance portfolio, estimated the total deficit at Rs. 559.24 crore for the year 2009-10.

Explaining on the reasons for presenting Vote-on-Account, he informed the house on the second day of the third session of Eleventh Nagaland Legislative Assembly that although the planning commission had already finalized the State’s plan size and there is no constitutional bar on presenting a full fledged budget, but still the government sought suggestions from the Election Commission in view of announcement of parliamentary poll schedule.

As it has been a convention in many states to go for vote-on-accounts during electioneering, the commission suggested the state government also do the same, he said.

The chief minister also discounted the opposition Congress claim that it impressed upon the EC to prevent the DAN government from presenting a complete budget. The chief minister also tabled supplementary demands for grants for regularization of excess expenditure for the year 1996-97 and supplementary demands for grants for the year 2008-09.

Earlier, giving his remarks on debate on the governor’s address, Rio clarified that the recent Naga consultative meet was organized jointly by his government and political affairs committee of DAN and joint invitation was given to the opposition Congress.

He hoped that the Congress would extend support to the government it its efforts towards finding an acceptable settlement to the vexed Naga problem by playing the role of active facilitator.

The Chief Minister also clarified that since the state government was not a party to the political talks between the centre and the underground leaders, it was not in a position to spell out about the status of the peace dialogue.

He asserted that the Congress should have asked the UPA government and the underground leaders to disclose the status of the negotiations and what proposals were made by the Naga leaders.

Participating in the discussion and also during question hours, the Congress members said that they would have participated in the meet had it been organized by the state government instead of the PAC of the DAN.

Militant killed in Manipur encounter

Imphal: An unidentified militant was killed in an encounter with police commandos in Imphal West district of Manipur on Thursday, police said.

The commandos, attached to Imphal West district police station, searched Lamdeng Makha Leikai, about 18 km from here, following reports that some militants were roaming in the area.

During the search operation, some militants fired at the commandos and in the ensuing encounter one militant was killed, the police said.

A 9mm pistol along with some rounds of ammunition were recovered from the spot. (PTI)

Tripura gears up for LS polls

Agartala: Ten election observers will be sent to Tripura this time to monitor Parliamentary elections in two constituencies of Tripura slated for April 23 next, said sources.

Besides this, micro observers will also be engaged. Comparing to the last Assembly elections held in the state in February last year, there will be additional 750 polling stations this time totaling to 3008 for 21 lakh voters. In the last Assembly elections, 60 observers, one for each constituency were deputed in the state.

It has also been learnt that the Election Commission of India will hold a meeting with the observers on March 15 in Delhi. However, names of the 30 IAS officers from Manipur-Tripura cadres got submitted to ECI but they would not be deployed in home states, sources said. (NNN)

IIT Guwahati to hold Entrepreneurs’ Summit

From Our Correspondent

Guwahati: Students of Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati is setting the stage for their first ever annual E-Summit, the IITG Entrepreneurial Summit (IES) '09, a two day event to be held on March 14 and 15.

The event, which boasts participation of leading entrepreneurial luminaries from across the country, is being organised by the Entrepreneurial Development Cell (EDC) of IIT Guwahati to "instill and promote the spirit of entrepreneurship amongst the IITG community and the youth of North East." Partnering the event is TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs), a leading international not-for-profit organisation promoting entrepreneurship, as the official knowledge partner.

The event promises to be an educative and enthralling experience to all young minds hoping to capitalise on India's booming entrepreneurial environment. Many delegates and leading visionaries from almost all walks spanning the entrepreneurial world are coming together in this knowledge consortium. The invited guests would interact with the audience through talks, workshops and panel discussions.

The summit aims at showcasing the current trends in business and entrepreneurship to enlighten the young minds of the nation. Through interaction with some of the leading practitioners in the field, the organisers hope to present the elixir of business and entrepreneurship behind the forces that move the world, to the aspiring and young entrepreneurs of the region. - The Shillong Times

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Global Warming appears in Nagaland Legislative Assembly

Instrumental temperature record of the last 15...Image via Wikipedia

Kohima, March 13 (MExN): The worldwide concern of global climate change came into highlight in the Nagaland Legislative Assembly session today with Congress MLA C Apok Jamir raising queries on what step the state government has taken to address the phenomena and its impact. Replying to the MLA, Minister for Forest MC Konyak asserted that ‘Nagaland is also affected by climate changes being part of a global world’.

The minister cited the evidence of unseasoned rains, droughts or failure of monsoon, scanty rain and increase in local weather temperatures; he also cited altitudinal incidences of appearance in insects-like mosquitoes in hitherto ‘unknown places’. He said the extreme weather and its unpredictability over the last four years are definitely attributes of climate change.

On being queried what steps the government has taken to address the phenomena and its climatic impact in the state, the minister said afforesting jhumlands, protection and preservation of existing natural forests were some of the steps taken. Relatively, awareness-creation for alternative sources of energy for cooking, heating, lighting and improved methods using firewood also figure in the measures taken.

The minister said that the State Environment Policy is being drafted. Community biodiversity conservation and betel nut leaf vine tree projects will also be implemented during 2009-2010. Likewise, Konyak informed that the Nagaland Pollution Control Board will be strengthened with infrastructure, funding and that JICA funding is being accessed for rural livelihood issues and afforesting, among others.

He said that such steps will be used to address vulnerability of the rural people of Nagaland. Nagaland is intending to contribute to the global effort against global warming, by maintaining the existing forest cover at 82. 75 per cent of its geographical area and also increase the productivity of dense and moderately-dense forest covers, he said.

Source: Morung Express

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Friday, March 13, 2009

Leidang 1 lauhuai mahmah lai, Ngasuon lei kiang ah lei dang 1 ki chim nawn

Lamka, March 11: Lamka Police station apan simlam Km 50 vel a gamla (Teddim Road) Sialsih leh S Sehken Village kikal a Tuivai lei khat tuni zinglam dak 10 vel in chim a, huai ah truck liante (public carrier) khat kia in a nuai a tuilak kidenna a, vangphat huaitak in a sung atuang mi 6 te a si le liam omkei mah leh Driver in bel a khe taklam nna sa sim mahmah hi’n kigen hi. Hiai lei ahihleh, lei minthang mahmah Ngasuon lei apan Km ½ lel ding a gamla ahi hi.

Truck (Public Carrier) MN 02/8691 hektu Nabachandra Singh of Bangla in agendan in, tuni annnek kham in Sialsih apan Lamka lam zuan in hong taai ua, a gari ah singkhuul ding half load vel pua ahihdan gen hi. Huchi’n Tuivai leitung awlawl in tawn ua, a tailaitak un alei kichim in truck in a nuai a tuilak dengsuk ahihdan gen hi. Gari hattak a tai hileh, a sung atuang teng nasatak in liamding a, phetlou in a gari leng se naak mahmah ding ahi chi’n Driver in gen hi. Hiai lei ahihleh, tui apan ft 20 vel in sang a, ft 30 vel a saau hi’n kigen a, siiklei hi a, a tuang ft 9 vel in zaa a, siingpeek kiphah hi.

Hiai ‘tuivai lei’ ahihleh, hun sawtpi paisa apan puahlouh a om hi’n kigen a, gari taite’ ading in lauhthawnghuai mahmah hi’n gen uhi. Tulel in Lamka leh Behiang kal ah niteng in passenger pua in bus khat leh DI gari 3 tai gige a, huchilou in van tuamtuam pua gari tamtak tai gige in lampi luun mahmah hi’n kigen hi. Muanhuaitak apan thusuak kingahdan in, hiai lei apan gamla lou mah Behiang phakma deuh a ‘Tuilam lei” kichi leng puahlouh ahihziak in gari taite’ ading in lauhthawnghuai mahmah chih thu kiza hi.

Source: Manipur Express | March 12, 2009


ZRO leh KNO in Joint Statement suah | “Sisan luang in hon gawmkhawmzaw hen”

LAMKA, March 12; Migiloute khut a T. Vungkhanthang a sihna tungtang ah ZRO leh KNO in ‘joint statement’ suah ua, lusuunna tuak innkuante a thuakpih thu uh taklang uhi.

ZRO a I&PR Secy. Calvin H leh KNO a I&PR Secy. T. Stephen Kuki in ZRO leh KNO sik-le-tang a Nilaini, March 12, 2009 a thusuah a bawlna uah migiloute khut a T. Vungkhanthang in sihna a tuah in lemna-le-muanna leh mipite bitna nakpitak a suksiat a om ahihdan langsak hi’n taklang uhi. Suahtakna dia panlaknate dinmun poimohtak a a dinlai ua unau sisan khat kal a kimuanzohlouhna piangsak thei ding hichibang thil deihhuailou a vangkim a tungsek pen pawlpi nih a heutute’n nasa mahmah uh hi’n leng taklang uhi. Hiai bang dinmun ah, hichibang a huhamtak a gamtatna pen mohpaih kawm in pangkhawm a pawlpi nihte’n chihtakna taktak toh thudik a vualzohna dia panlak kipan ding ahihdan thuchiam bawl uhi.

Thusuak in a taklatzeldan in, hiai tualthahna in Churachandpur mipi teng kua phawklouh a a haisak ziak in sawtlou sung patauhna leh pheng buaina tun ahihdan leh hichibang thiltung pen poi mahmah hi’n taklang hi. Huai banah, mi hoihlou khenkhatte’n unau sisan khat kal a khenzak sawmna uh dou dia panlak kawmkawm a, hoih deih philanthropic organization teng, heutu teng leh michih in maban a leng lemna-le-muanna, kipumkhatna leh ki-unauna a hoihsemna dia lungkelou a panla chiat ding in hasuan leng uhi.

Lusuunna tuak innkuante a thuakpih thu uh leh hichibang hun haksa a lemna-le-muanna a omna dia kithuahpihna petute tengteng tung ah kipahthu gen uhi. Huai banah, sisan luang in a hon gawmkhawm a, zan khomial pen sunnitang a suahna ding deihna in, “May the sacrifice of the great soul unite us and turn our nights into days” chi’n ZRO leh KNO in a ‘joint statement’ uh zou uhi.


ZYA in Executive meeting nei

LAMKA, March 12: Zomi Youth Association (ZYA) HQ in tuni sunnung dak 2:00 in PTC, GHQ Hall ah Executive meeting nei uhi. Huai hun ah, April 11, 2009 chiang a ZYA General Assembly cum Presidential Election neih ding thupuk uhi. Huailou in, apaisa March 7-8, 2009 zan a migiloute’n mulkimna bei a Vungkhanthang Tonsing a thah ziak ua mipi thangpaite’n March 8, 2009 nitak a Zou Veng leh Zoumi Colony a mi kelkong khenkhat banah gari a suksiatsakna uh mohpaih uhi.


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MNF okays pre-poll alliance for LS polls

Aizawl: The Mizo National Front (MNF), the largest regional party in Mizoram, on Tuesday gave a nod to a pre-poll alliance of all regional parties for the coming Lok Sabha election. This is contrary to its earlier threat of boycotting the Parliamentary polls if the electronic voting machines were used. The MNF's executive meeting today agreed to tie up for the coming Lok Sabha election and the South Tuipui byelection.

The headquarters' elected office-bearers were entrusted with taking necessary steps in this regard, an MNF statement said here on Tuesday.

Earlier, the other two regional parties, Zoram Nationalist Party, led by MLA Lalduhoma, and Mizo People's Conference had agreed to form regional force to take on the national party.

The MNF had also accused the ruling Congress party of declining the proposal by a group of pastors to field the Reverend Vanlalnghaka, one of the most popular Mizo pastors, as all-party candidate for the lone Mizoram seat.

As the Congress had fielded its own candidate from the party, the pastors' wish could not be fulfilled. Therefore, all-out efforts would be taken to elect whoever candidate the regional forum fields, the statement said.

The Mizoram unit of the BJP also today expressed its willingness to join the regional bandwagon. The party was ready to support non-Congress alliance, a party statement said. (UNI)

Former bureaucrat is Nagaland People’s Party choice for LS polls

Kohima: The Nagaland People’s Front (NPF) has decided to field Mangmosungkum Chang popularly known as C M Chang, as its official candidate to contest for the lone Lok Sabha seat of Nagaland in the coming election.

Chang hailing from Noksen village under Tuensang joined Nagaland government service in 1971 as the investigator in the Art and Culture department, was appointed as the Extra Assistant Commissioner (EAC) after clearing the Nagaland Civil Service examination. He took voluntary retirement in 2002 and subsequently joined politics.

Terming Chang as a "man of ability and altruism and far from prejudice", the NPF appealed to the electorates to vote for him so as to enable him to interpret all these latent agenda into reality for action.

Meanwhile, Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) president has informed that the Congress would announce its candidate within a day or two. Congress has received three candidates – two-time MP Asungba Sangtam, incumbent MP W. Wangyuh Konyak and former Minister E.T.Ezung. (NNN)

Garages and vehicles burnt in inferno

Kohima: Several motor workshops, including three garages and a bus (NL-05/B-0797) were razed to ashes in a fire that broke out at Ghorapatti area, Dimapur at around 6.30 pm on Monday.

Sources revealed that the fire started from one of the garages and spread like a bonfire to the adjoining garages completely damaging a bus and partially burning a truck besides destroying property worth more than Rs. 50 lakh.

Six fire tenders were reportedly pressed to douse the inferno which continued for an hour. However, there was no report of any casualty. (NNN)

Exclusive railway for Tripura demanded

Agartala: Tripura has demanded an exclusive railway division and recruitment board in the state now that it has been under the jurisdiction of Lumding section that pegged a distance of 400 kilometres.

Transport minister of Tripura, Manik Dey said on Tuesday that the state needed a separate division keeping in view of the probability of the gateway of Southeast Asia to be developed here with the latest bilateral progress between India and Bangladesh.

Manik Dey said, "If the proposed Agartala-Sabroom project gets materialized in scheduled time, in the next two years, the state will have rail track from its north to south ends that will open the chance of accessing Chottogram sea-port in Bangladesh commercially. From Sabroom the concerned sea-port is nearby and more to it, there is only 13 kilometres of gap that snaps rail connection between the two neighboring countries. Bridging it, we may communicate the rest of India through Bangladesh more conveniently from this land-locked state".

The demand had been placed to the Union government, he said. (NNN)

General crimes remain a major worry for Govt

From Our Correspondent

Agartala: While the insurgency is gradually declining, the overall law and order situation continues to remain grim as the Left ruled Tripura witnessed increase in incidents like murder, rape and other crimes.

Incidents like murder, rape, abduction and molestation have increased considerably. According to official figures, the number of murder has been increased from 138 in 2007 to 155 in last year.

Likewise, incidents of rapes have also been enhanced from 157 in 2007 to 204 in 2008. What is alarming is that the sharp increase in the number of molestation cases.

A total of 244 molestation cases were registered with the police in 2007 and as many as 346 such cases were lodged with the police in the last year.

The number of dowry cases has been increased from 545 in 2007 to 735 in 2008. But the casualty has been reduced. As many as 36 women have died due to dowry in 2007 while it has come down to 16 last year.

These don’t include sexual abuse charges against two senior officers. Last year, the then Joint Secretary, Home department, Nepal Sen had to resign following serious sexual abuse against him last year.

Commissioner of Food and Civil Supplies department, BK Roy had been placed under ‘compulsory wait’ for his alleged involvement in sexual abuse of a woman Stenographer. Both the cases were not registered with the police.

But the insurgency continues to decline over the past two years. A total of 113 incidents of militant attacks had been registered in the state in 2007, according to statistics placed before the Assembly on Monday. The figure came down to 80 in 2008 and it was only 6 till January 31.

A total of 21 civilians were killed in 2007 while it has come down to only 10 in the last year. In the current year so far, there was no casualty due to extremist related incidents.

That doesn’t mean the insurgency is no longer a problem. Even after surrender of 678 militants from two frontline-outlawed groups, the number of extremists stands at 280. Out them, the National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) has highest number of armed cadres- 180-300.

Oppn for united fight against Cong

Aizawl: Opposition parties in Mizoram have been lobbying for a united front against the ruling Congress in the coming Lok Sabha elections and by-polls to South Tuipui assembly seat in Mizoram.

"Mizo National Front (MNF) today decided to seek ways to bring the regional parties together and form a common front against Congress candidates," Lalhmingliana, MNF's Rajya Sabha member and General Secretary of the party said.

In 2004 Lok Sabha polls, MNF candidate Vanlalzawma won Mizoram Lok Sabha seat by a margin of more than 23,000 votes.

While regional parties like Mizoram People's Conference (MPC) led by former chief minister Brig T Sailo has agreed to forge a common front, Zoram Nationalist Party (ZNP) said it would convey its decision on Wednesday. (PTI)

CAG slams Assam mid-day meal implementation

Guwahati: The Assam government’s 'glaring inadequateness' in implementation of mid-day meal scheme during 2003-08 resulted in the scheme’s failure in achieving its objective of providing nutritious meals to eligible children and improve their enrolment and retention level.

The state government failed to utilise the Central funds available for implementation of the scheme and at the end of March, 2008 there was an accumulated balance of Rs 99.73 crore with the state government, Rs 79.44 crore with the State Nodal Officer (SNO) and Rs 12.27 crore with the District Nodal Offciers (DNO).

The state’s education department did not even offer proper and reliable enrolment figures of beneficiary children, resulting in submission of conflicting figures from different sources.

Pointing these failures on part of the state government, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India, in a report tabled in the state Assembly recently, further observed that the programme suffered also due to uneven distribution of foodgrains and inability to utilize available foodgrains and Central assistance.

The DNOs did not lift 86,403.12 MT of foodgrains during 2003-08, leading to denial of mid-day meal to enrolled students for 238 days.

It also noted the high possibilities of pilferage of foodgrains as several cases of distribution of dry ration was reported due to non-availability of cooking facilities or costs.

The CAG report stated that only 30 per cent of the allotted rice was utilised for serving cooked meal during 2005-07, with the Education department accepting that there was a mismatch between rice allotted/lifted and cooking cost released and that, to avoid damage/deterioration, rice had been issued as dry ration.

The state government also failed to seek reimbursement of transportation cost amounting to Rs 22.64 crore from the government of India.

Massive shortcomings were also found in infrastructureof the buildings. (UNI)

Governor appeals Naga ultras to reconcile

Kohima: Governor of Nagaland, K. Sankaranarayan has appealed to the Naga underground groups to listen to the voice of the people to stop fratricidal killings and bloodshed and to resolve their differences and move towards reconciliation and unity.

In his 38 minute speech delivered in the floor of the third session of the Eleventh Nagaland Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, the Governor said that the State Government is firm in its commitment to facilitate a negotiated settlement of the Naga political problem.

He also asserted that the Democratic Alliance of Nagaland (DAN) Government in the State would continue to act as an active facilitator in the ongoing peace process between the Government of India and the Naga groups, so that a lasting and durable settlement acceptable to the Naga people may be achieved.

Reaffirming the Government’s stand to pave the way for an alternative arrangement that may be necessary in the event of such a permanent settlement, he expressed gratitude to the NGOs, the civil societies and the Churches for their sincere efforts and contributions towards the cause of reconciliation and unity amongst the Naga family.

Maintaining that there has been considerable improvement in the law and order situation of the State during the last one year of his Government, he said incidents of inter-factional clashes amongst the underground groups have significantly reduced.

The Governor also focused dwelling on the developmental activities carried out by the Democratic Alliance of Nagaland, DAN Government on the basis of the Common Minimum Programme (CMP) of the alliance political parties.

Further, he maintained that the State’s contribution to the campaign against global warming is significant as Nagaland is maintaining the existing forest cover at 82.75 per cent of the geographical area.

He also appealed the people of the State to participate in observing an ‘Earth hour 2009’ by switching off all the lights between 8:30 pm and 9:30 pm on March 28 as a symbolic gesture to show solidarity with global campaign for ‘Vote Earth’. (NNN)

Source: The Shillong Times

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Nagaland CM Rio presents Rs 1774.29 Cr outlay

Kohima, March 12 (MExN): Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio today placed the interim budget for 2009-2010, seeking approval for Rs. 1774.29 Crore for the payment of expenses during the period from April 1 to 31st July 2009 from the consolidated fund of Nagaland. Making a statement in the third Nagaland Legislative Assembly session, Rio said the amount sought to be passed in the vote-on-account is approximately one-third of the estimated expenditure for the fiscal year 2009-2010.

As per the current estimates, he said, the total receipt for the year 2009-2010 has been placed at Rs. 5238.37 Crore, and the total expenditures at Rs. 5276.79 crore, reflecting a deficit of Rs. 38.42 crore in the revenue account.

After adding a deficit of Rs. 49.50 crore in the public account, the current transactions of the year will result in a deficit of Rs. 87.92 crore. However, as the opening deficit of the year 2009-10 is estimated at Rs. 471.31 crore, the closing deficit for the year 2009-10 is currently estimated at Rs. 559.23 crore, Rio said.

Rio said that he had presented the “vote-on-account” to defray the expenses of the state government for four months from April1 1, 2009 to 31st July 2009. “Although preparations have been completed to present a full budget, it is being deferred in view of the announcement of the poll dates for the forthcoming parliamentary elections as well as the by-elections to the four assembly constituencies in the state,” he said.

He also said ‘there is nothing in the Constitution of India and the laws of the land, or even in the Election Commission’s code of conduct that stands in the way of presenting and passing a full budget after announcement of the election dates’. However, he explained, “The state government decided to present only vote -on-account in deference to the advice of the Election Commission of India, as well as the opinions expressed by honorable members of the Opposition Bench, so as to set a healthy democratic practice and convention.”

Stating that the Planning Commission of India has finalized the State’s Annual Plan outlay for 2009-10 at Rs. 1500 crore, representing a healthy growth of 25 per cent over the current year’s outlay of Rs. 1200 crore, Rio maintained that “this will help us fund the increasing developmental needs of the state, and give a further boost to the growth of our economy.”

“We are now poised at a critical juncture when our economy needs to see more growth, increased productivity and self sufficiency. Only then we will be able to sustain a healthy pace of growth and development, and provide adequate opportunities to the next generation. These will require substantial capacity building at all levels to improve efficiency and delivery,” Rio said.

Rio also requested all in concern to ensure that the government machinery is properly geared up to utilize this increased amount in a timely and responsible manner, “without which it will be difficult to justify further growth in plan size in future.”

Rio said the DAN government has made humble but sincere attempts in the areas of building capacity and generating employment avenues through the CM’s Corpus Fund, nurturing excellence in sports and also encouraging the musical potential of the youth through the Music Task Force and enunciation of the youth and sports policies, the results of which were now very visible in their increasing success at the sports meets at the national and even international level. Rio said that such efforts must continue.

Rio further said that the 13th Finance Commission had recently visited the state and the Commission will be deciding the grants to be given to the state during the next five years starting from 2010-11 to 2014-15. He appreciated all the political parties for their participation in the consultative process with the Finance Commission. He also stated that he will look forward to more of such constructive participation in future.

The chief minister said the DAN government had declared 2008-09 as the year of capacity building recognizing that skill-development, capacity-building of the youth and creation of employment opportunities are of paramount importance in addressing the unemployment issue. Rs. 20 crore was allocated for activities in the governmental sector and non-governmental sector to make the youth suitable for job market and to enable them to earn sustainable livelihood.

Congress dampens DAN’s “dream”

Newmai News Network

Kohima | March 12 | The Opposition Congress party in Nagaland today said the Naga political issue is not a ‘dream’ and so suggested that the theme ‘one dream, one future’ should be changed to ‘one vision and one pursuit’. Initiating discussion on the Governor’s Address, senior Congress MLA and former chief minister, KL Chishi said the Naga political issue is “not a dream” but “a vision” and Nagas should unite and pursue it.

Also clarifying on the Opposition’s not participating in the recently-held Naga consultative meet, he said if the Political Affairs Committee had convened the meeting, the Congress ‘would be the happiest to participate’. He also termed the consultative meeting as “thunder without rain”. On the claims of good governance being the top priority of the government, Chishi urged the state not to ‘deprive the people of their basic needs’.

He also said infrastructure development should accompany the upgrading process of the administrative headquarters and educational institutes. On police modernization, Chishi pointed that the Nagaland Armed Police battalions have become idle while the IRB jawans are being used everywhere. He urged the government to modernize the armory of the police department.

On the road sector, he questioned the government on the utilization of the Rs. 400 crore sanctioned by the center for the four-lane Dimapur-Kohima road. Alleging that the DAN government engineered the resignation of four Congress MLAs recently with money power and assurances of assisting them, he said “we will also use the same yardstick as NPF started the horse trading.” On the inability of the government to present a full budget this season, he lauded the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee for prevailing upon the Election Commission of India and stopping the government from presenting the budget for 2009-2010.

“We are on the threshold of elections and lot of wishful thinking of the DAN Government has been prevented as the budget for developmental activities would have been misused in the electioneering process of the parliamentary and by-elections,” he said.

Expressing that a regional party candidate becomes a non-attached member in the parliament, he said it is high time for Nagas to send a person ‘who can be a member of the Indian National Congress in order to let the Naga voice be heard’.

DAN completes one year in office

KOHIMA, MARCH 12 (MExN): The DAN g overnment on Thursday evening held a thanksgiving service to commemorate completion of one year in office here at state banquet hall. Chief minister Neiphiu Rio in his message called upon the legislators to rededicate themselves to God and the service of people.

He also said that since the Government has committed itself to the Naga political issue and development, it must walk the extra mile.

General Secretary, NBCC, Rev. Anjo in his message said God had ordained three institutions- Family, Church and Government, and that the social and economic salvation has to be provided by the government. PHED minister Dr. Ngangshi Ao also spoke on the occasion. The service was attended among others by ministers, parliamentary secretaries and MLAs of DAN coalition partners and governments officials along with their families.

Resource crunch hits pay revision

Our Correspondent

Kohima | March 12 | Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio today told the state assembly that the revised pay roll for state government employees on the lines of Central Pay Revision under the Sixth Pay Commission, is ‘under active consideration’ of the state government. Replying to a question raised by Congress MLA Tokheho when it is going to be implemented and from which date it will be affected, Rio said the state government does not have the additional resources required for implementing the pay revision as being contemplated.

Rio said the central government has been requested to provide additional resources for the purpose. The Planning Commission has assured the state government that they will take up with the Government of India after the Central Government’s full budget for 2009-10 is passed. Rio also stated that the date of implementation of revised pay and also the date from which the same can be affected can be determined only after the quantum of additional central assistance ‘receivable’ for the purpose is known.

On being asked what will be the amount of financial involvement, Rio said it will depend on the actual date of pay revision. However, the required funds from the period from 1.3. 2009 to 28. 2. 2010 is estimated at Rs. 592.75 crore if the date of the effect could be set at 1.3. 2009.
On being asked whether the new pay as per the sixth pay commission has been given to the IAS cadres serving under the state, the Chief Minister stated that the new scales as per the Sixth Pay Commission have not been given to the All India Services officers serving in the state, except for those who have already retired or are on the verge of retirement. “As the state government is not in a position to release the new pay scales to state employees, the state government is deferring the implementation of revised pay in respect of the All India Services Officers serving in the state, so as to create a feeling of oneness and solidarity amongst the officials serving under the state government,” Rio said.

Source: Morung Express

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Thursday, March 12, 2009


MAIN ATTRACTIONS OF THE EMPLOYMENT NEWS ISSUE DATED 14.03.09. Employment News issue dated 14.03.09 contains several attractive advertisements from some of the leading PSU/GOVT. Departments as below:-

United India Insurance Company Limited requires 150 Administrative Officers.
Rewa Sidhi Gramin Bank equires Clerks-cum-Cashier, Officers, Secretary etc.

National Institute of Health and Family Welfare requires various posts under Special Recruitment Drive for SC/ST/OBC.

Union Public Service Commission notifies National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination (II), 2009.

Staff Selection Commission notifies recruitment of Section Officer (Commercial Audit) Examination, 2009.

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited requires Exploration and Production (E&P) Professionals.

Indian Air Force invites applications for Grant of Permanent/Short Service Commission in Ground Duty Branches.

Goa Shipyard Limited requires various posts under Special Recruitment Drive for SC/ST/OBC.

Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited requires Jr. Engineers (Mining).

National Building Construction Corporation Limited invites application for the posts of Addl. General Manager, Dy. Manager, Sr. project Executive etc.

Govt. of India Press, New Delhi invites applications for various posts.

Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur offers admission to M.Tech, Ph.D & M.Des.

Ircon International Limited invites applications for the posts of Dy. General Manager, Manager, Dy. Manager etc.

Indian Institute of Packaging needs Professor, Joint Director, Dy. Director, Asst. Director etc.

Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology offers admission to various Under Graduate, Graduate and Post Graduate courses.

Marathwada Agricultural University, Prabhani needs Associate Professor, Asst. Professor, Sports Officer, Asst Registrar etc.

Advanced Training Institute for Electronics & Process Instrumentation, Hyderabad offers admission to various Technical courses.

Employment News issue dated 14.03.2009 contains advertisement for job vacancies of more than 77 Govt. Departments.

Source: Employment News

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Sex Video leh Malsawmtluangi Fanai (Youth Icon 2007)

- Robert Zoliana, The ZOZAM Times

Mizote rahchin apianga hrelo an awm lovang tihngam- Malsawmtluangi Fanai (Youth Icon 2007) chuan mipat hmeichhiatna sualah tlu lutin, he a video hi nasa taka thehdarh mek a ni a. Hei hian Aizawl khawpui a sawinghing lawih a, Zo khaw lamah pawh ti ti lian ber a tling. Computer-ah a awm deuh vek tawh a, mobile phone-ah pawh a mikhual tawh lo hle.

An chenna In lam panin

Hemi chungchangah hian nimin chawhnu dar 3 vel khan an chenna Inah kalin, thil awmdan zawhchian kan tum a. Mahse, MS-i hi a zinchhuah lai tak anih avangin thil awmdan chiang taka hriat theih a ni lova. Network that tawk loh vangin biak pawh theih a ni bawk si lova, mahse a chhungte’n zan lama rawn ngaihven leh tura min hrilh hnu-ah office lam panin kan haw chho leh ta a.

Zan dar 7 velah kan be leh a, Aizawl lam panin an rawn chhuak mek tih a ni a. Kawnga an awm lai hian MS-i hian a chhungte bulah, “U Robert-a kha In-ah lo awm rawh se,” a tih avangin kan han ngaichang leh hrih phawt te te a.

Kan thleng ta!

A hnu deuh lawkah chuan dar 8:30 vela an In lam pana kal tura sawmna dawng lehin, kan tlan thla leh ta a. Mahse, MS-i te hian kawngah harsatna neuh neuh an tawh avangin an rawn thleng lawk thei lova.

In-a kan thut hahchawlh hnu lawk hian Aizawl an rawn lut tihah a u bulah, ‘An lo thleng tawh em?’ tiin a zawt a, rilru nuam lo leh hrehawm ti tak chungin an lo thlen hun tur kan nghak a, darkar khat vel a liam tih-ah a nu nen an rawn thleng ta a.

A chhungte chuan thil sawiho tur pawimawh an neih thu sawiin, chhungkuaa an sawi ho hma loh chu official anga engmah sawi theih a awm hrih lo an tih leh tak avangin thingpuite in hovin a zin kawng te kan han zawt nual a.

A hmu ve ta le

MS-i hian he video hi a la hmu lova nizan khan a hmu ve chiah a ni. Sawi tawh angin, a chhungte lamin thawm neih loh phawt an tih deuh avangin MS-i pawh hian thuawih takin a zawm mai a. A hmelah hlauhthawnna leh chi-aina a lang miah lova.

Pachang takin a tuar a, huaisen taka hmachhawn a tum tih chu a hmel atangin a lang chiang reng a. Thu hahchawl hman lovin a in sil sawk sawk a, sitting room-ah lo thu pheiin, thil tam tak kan sawi a.

Hma lam panin

A chunga harsatna lo thleng chu pawi ti viau mahse, engkim anih tur ang ang a nih vek tawh avangin engmah a sawi lova, chhungte nena inrawn khawm hnu-a kal zel dan tur sawi tur an nih avangin engmah zawh zui a ni lo bawk.

MS, mangtha

A chhungte hi an felin an tha em em a, hun harsa tak an tawk mek chung pawh hian duhsak takin min lo lawm a, hlim taka kan inkawm hnu chuan dar 10:30 a ri ta reng mai a. Zin hah te an nih avangin kan inmangtha ta a ni.

MS-i chuan, “Ka thlaphang reng reng lo, min lo tawngtaipui dawn nia,” tia min thlah hnu chuan Office lam panin kan inkhalh chhuak leh ta a ni. A hmalam hun turah engmah sawi chian a nei lova, engkim tithei Pathian kutah a innghat tawp a, a kaihhruaina ang zela kal a tum.

Mipui kan pawimawh

Tunah hian, Mizoram hmun hrang hrang atangin a chanchin ngaihven an tam hle a. Phone leh message hi an chhang seng lo a ni ber a. Hetiang hunah hian mipuite pawh kan thangharh a hun hle.

Tibuai lo thei ang bera kan awm tir hi a tul tak meuh meuh a. MS-i hian Hunthawl a mamawh a, hahchawlh a thlahlel ngawih ngawih a, a mimal nun leh zalenna hi i zah sak hram hram ang u.

Ngenna pawimawh

Tin, he thilah hian amah hi awmtha lo leh lerh em em anga sawi a ni mek bawk a, hei erawh hi chu hriat sual palh liau liau a ni a, a vanduai palh niin a lang. Hei mai bakah a chungchang hi mak pui puia sawi a awm mek bawk a, thu puar-pawleng pawh a tam hle a ni. Hengte hi ama tawngka ngei atanga chhuak a nih loh chuan awihchin tawk thiam turin MS-i hian a duh tak zetin a ngen bawk.

Source: mi(sual).com


MS-i- Youth Icon a nihna hlih sak dawn?

MS-i chungchang hi tun kar chhung hian kan tifel anga, a lo ni ngei anih chuan 'Youth Icon' a nihna hi hlih sak a ni ang: Pu Sawma (LPS)

LPS-i’n thawm nei ta!

'Youth Icon' nihna hi a hlu a, hei hian mawhphurhna tam tak a keng tel bawk a. A zahawmna leh a hlutna hi vawn zel a ngaih avangin MS-i pawh hian a tuhrah chu a seng ngei dawn niin a lang a. Mahse, Youth Icon buatsaihtu LPS lamin tunah mai chuan thutlukna engmah an la siam lova, tunkar chhung ngei hian amah nena inbiak a, chumi atang chuan kal zel dan tur an rel dawn a ni.

Hemi chungchang hi sawiin LPS puipa ber Pu Sawma chuan, "He thil thleng hian min barakhaih tak zet zet a, hrehawm kan ti a, pawi kan ti hle bawk. Miin an sawi a, an hmu vek tawh a lawm tih vang maia Youth Icon a nihna hlih sak hi a dik ber lo kan tih avangin MS-i chung-chang hi tunkar chhung hian kan tifel anga, a lo ni ngei anih chuan 'Youth Icon' a nihna hi hlih sak a ni ang," a ti.

An hre sa vek

Youth Icon intihsiaka telte hnenah pawh chiang taka an hriattir vek thu pawh sawi nghalin, "A tir atang khan kan sawi chiang sa vek tawh a. Youth Icon hi mipuiin an thlan, mipui entawn tlak nun neih a ngai a, fimkhur leh uluk taka nun hman a pawimawh thute nen lam kan hrilh vek tawh a ni.

“Tin, hotu lam pawhin engemaw chetsualna emaw hmingchhiatna a awm chuan a nihna hi hlih sak theih a ni ang tihin inkaihhruaina dan a awm vek tawh a. Tun tuma thil thleng chungchangah pawh hian amah kan hmu phawt anga, kan sawi ho hnu-a tihchian (confirm) anih veleh a tul angin action lak nghal a ni ang. Mipui thlan an ni a, mipui duhdan leh lawmzawnga an awm loh chuan mipui pawh hian 'icon' atan an duh bik lovang," tiin a sawi

Nghawng a nei ang em?

He thil thleng hian Youth Icon thlan lehna turah nghawng a nei ang em? tih zawhna chu Pu Sawma vek hian, "A nei thei mai thei. Khalai boruak taka kha chu ka hrethiam chiah lo. MS-i hi 'Angel' a ni lova, zaithiam a ni a. Tute tan pawha chetsual palh theihna a ni. Youth Icon hi kuminah pawh lo buatsaih ta ila, tim phah em emna tur ka hre chuang lo.

“Hei hi chu mimal thil a ni a, LPS hian a hmingchhiat phah mai thei a, mahse tel zelna tlak lo angah chuan mipui hian an ngaih ka ring lo," tiin a chhang. Ama mimal ngaihdan a sawi tel nghal bawk a, "MS-i chanchin ka hriat phat khan ka khawngaih em em a, min shock bawk a. Nunze mawi tak nei tura inzirtirna kan pek nasat teh lul nen a pawi ka ti khawp mai.

“He thil hi, mi tam takina an lo chetsual tawhna a ni a. Hemi vanga pawlawh ta viauah chuan ka dah lutuk lo. Rilru chu a tibuai ang reng khawp mai," a ti.

[MS-i nihna hi hlih sak anih chuan top-3 a mi Joy-a leh Josephine te zinga tu emaw zawk zawk hian Youth Icon dinhmun an luah thei dawn chuang lova, Youth Icon 2006-Zoramchhani hi Youth Icon 2007 a ni nghal ang: LPS]

(Hotu lamin nikawp tura min ti a nih chuan ka nih kawp dan tura hi a duhthusam awm loh viau ka ti a. Mawhphurhna a thuahhnih dawn a, ka huphurh khawp ang: Zoramchhani)


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Delhi Lutheran Church inauguration report

Delhi Lutheran Church, Diaspora of Manipur Evangelical Lutheran Church was established on March 1, 2009 at MP’s Club, North Avenue, New Delhi by the Rt. Rev. Dr. T. Ginkhanmung Zou, Bishop of MELC.

The vision for DLC:

The Manipur Evangelical Lutheran Church, since the last decade have a vision of establishing its diaspora denomination in every metropolitan cities all over India.

So far, Shillong Lutheran Church and Delhi Lutheran Church has been established with a millions of prayer. If God’s willing, we have a vision that our diaspora denomination will extend further.

Delhi Lutheran Church Inauguration report:

After a well consultation with our people residing in Delhi and NCR, The Working Committee Meeting of the Manipur Evangelical Lutheran Church on Fwbruary 11, 2009 resolved to established its diaspora congregation in Delhi. As per the Order dated 26.02.2009 issued by Rev. SK Manlun, Director of Ministry, MELC under Letter Referenc No. 7/MELC/WC/2006 the following leaders were flown to Delhi on February 27, 2009. viz:

1. Rt. Rev. Dr. T. Ginkhanmung Zou, Bishop MELC
2. Upa P. Chinzahao, Dy. Moderator, MELC
3. Mr. G. L. Tungnung, Account Officer, MELC
4. Mother Nuamzavung, Chairperson, ELWA
5. Pastor T. Kamsuonlal

DLC Inauguration

The inauguration program was presided by Pu GL Tungnung and the program was dedicated to God by Mother Nuamzavung in prayer. In the midst of excitement and enthusiasm, MELC Bishop, Rt. Rev. Dr. T. Ginkhanmung Zou declared DLC was established today for the glory of our Almighty God and for the extension of His Kingdom. Right after the declaration of DLC, Pastor T. Kamsuanlal was inducted to be the Pastor of Delhi Lutheran Church by the Bishop. It was folllowed by a message from the Bishop and the program was blessed with benediction by the newly inducted Pastor T. Kamsuanlal.

Mention may be made here that the inauguration function was attended by 87 members. A Grant Feast follow suit.




* Chiarman : Mr. T. Zamlunmang Zou
* Vice Chairman : Mr. Ginsanglien Samte
* Secretary : Mr. T. Paulienthang
* Joint Secretary : Mr. Bruce K. Thangkhal
* Finance cum Treasurer : Mr. T. Khuplianlam

* Executive Members: Mr. M. Lienminlun & Mr. Hauzalien
* Ex-Officio Member: Pastor T. Kamsuonlal
* Youth Secy : Mr. Ricard Suonminthang & Miss Pricila Hoipi
* Women Wing Secy: Miss Lhingzahat & Miss Naomi Haumuonching
* Mission Secy: Mr. Khamminthang
* Project Secy: Dr. David Vumlallian & Mr. Christopher Thongminthang
* Statistic Secy: Mr. Hautungnungpau Samte @ Papau Samte
* Inf.&Pub. Secy: Mr. Douminlian & Mr. Benjamin Letminlien
* Music Secy: Mr. Ginmuonlal & Mr. Lamlunlal

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MNF okays pre-poll alliance for LS polls

Aizawl: The Mizo National Front (MNF), the largest regional party in Mizoram, on Tuesday gave a nod to a pre-poll alliance of all regional parties for the coming Lok Sabha election. This is contrary to its earlier threat of boycotting the Parliamentary polls if the electronic voting machines were used. The MNF's executive meeting today agreed to tie up for the coming Lok Sabha election and the South Tuipui byelection.

The headquarters' elected office-bearers were entrusted with taking necessary steps in this regard, an MNF statement said here on Tuesday.

Earlier, the other two regional parties, Zoram Nationalist Party, led by MLA Lalduhoma, and Mizo People's Conference had agreed to form regional force to take on the national party.

The MNF had also accused the ruling Congress party of declining the proposal by a group of pastors to field the Reverend Vanlalnghaka, one of the most popular Mizo pastors, as all-party candidate for the lone Mizoram seat.

As the Congress had fielded its own candidate from the party, the pastors' wish could not be fulfilled. Therefore, all-out efforts would be taken to elect whoever candidate the regional forum fields, the statement said.

The Mizoram unit of the BJP also today expressed its willingness to join the regional bandwagon. The party was ready to support non-Congress alliance, a party statement said. (UNI)

Oppn for united fight against Cong

Aizawl: Opposition parties in Mizoram have been lobbying for a united front against the ruling Congress in the coming Lok Sabha elections and by-polls to South Tuipui assembly seat in Mizoram.

"Mizo National Front (MNF) today decided to seek ways to bring the regional parties together and form a common front against Congress candidates," Lalhmingliana, MNF's Rajya Sabha member and General Secretary of the party said.

In 2004 Lok Sabha polls, MNF candidate Vanlalzawma won Mizoram Lok Sabha seat by a margin of more than 23,000 votes.

While regional parties like Mizoram People's Conference (MPC) led by former chief minister Brig T Sailo has agreed to forge a common front, Zoram Nationalist Party (ZNP) said it would convey its decision on Wednesday. (PTI)

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

NCP-led Meghalaya government loses majority

SHILLONG: The NCP-led Meghalaya Progressive Alliance (MPA) government
on Wednesday lost majority in the state assembly after the lone MLA from Khun Hynniewtrep National Awakening Movement (KHNAM) withdrew support, a day after two independents pulled out of the alliance. KHNAM MLA and state Urban Affairs Minister Paul Lyngdoh tendered his resignation to Chief Minister Donkupar Roy early today.

"I have learnt through reliable sources that one of the chief architects of MPA, P A Sangma, has been holding parleys with Congress for the formation of an alternative government, thereby violating the spirit of the alliance," Lyngdoh said in his resignation letter.

"In the light of the developments, I deemed it fit to be in liberty to walk out of the coalition," he said.

The ruling coalition now has 30 seats in the 60-member house even as there are indications that more MLAs could shift allegiance.

Two Independent MLAs, one of whom had joined the alliance two weeks back, had withdrawn support to the MPA on Monday.

While the two independents are in the Congress camp, it is not clear whether Lyngdoh has joined the Opposition Congress.

The 12-month-old five-party ruling coalition of MPA now has 30 MLAs -- NCP 15, UDP 10, Hill State Peoples Democratic Party 2, BJP 1 and two Independents.

The Congress is, however, the single largest party with 26 seats.

Source: The Times of India

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- Philip Thanglienmang, DANICS

Zo mite kumlui leh kumtha khenna kumkhat sunga i sep i bawlte thupha hing guon i bieh Pasien kunga lungdam thuhna, mailam hun a dînga thupha ngetna, sietna hing tunthei dawi leh kâute toh kipêlna dîng leh ei mama I gîtlounate pan a kisiensuona dînga hun thupi khu Khodou Pawi hun ahi. Lousielpieh Pawi hun zaw in,bu leh bâlte, annte kisie zou ahimanin,nuomtahin hunnop a kimang ciet hi. Tam hun ciengin ngâhnu leh tangvâlte'n guolnop leh hunnop a mang let vuhhi.

Khangthate’n Khodou Pawi I zah ciengun, khanglui lâi a, i pu i pate uh tawndân hoi leh biehpiehna hoi khu ei Zo ngaina mântah ahihi, ciin theizing va ui. Ngaina kicientah neite khu Minam kicien ahi mabangin i opna ciet u’ah, i Zo pawi thupite uh hlasuo louin kêmcing vâi in, gie bang zûn in, lawi bang thangsah va ui.

Zo Pawite thupi nam ni a om hi:-

1. Khodou Pawi(Anlâh Pawi)
2. Lousielpieh Pawi(Luoikhâi Pawi)


Ka nêulâi in ka khuo u’ah Khodou Pawi a na kimang nuom zêl hi. Khodou bangzieha na kimang ahiei? ci zong na kikantel tuon loua,kum leh kum kilutuo in khomite’n a khawngkhawng in,a be a phung in, hunnop leh guolnop pawi thupitahin na mang let uhhi.

Chin Hill gamte ah, Khodou Pawi na kithupi ngâi mama hi. Khodou Pawi mandân leh zahdân zong a kibang kim theinawnta sih hi. Tênna leh buolna kuom leh hawte dang leh tuom ciet tampi mun a, na ki-op ziehin zahdân leh mandân a kikhêlta hi.

Tu lâiin India gam sunga têng, ei Zo tate lah a, mi pawlkhatte’n tami Khodou Pawi pen Tedim gam sunga om mite maimai zah leh man dân in a ngaituo uhhi. Tami pawipi pen Kawlgam leh Vâigam a ei Zo tate dînga pawi lienpi leh thupi mama khat ahihi, ci khu thei va ui. Nidanglâi I pu I pate khanlâi in, khawlmeivâh na om nâi lou ahimanin, gam a pou tâsing cîm kilkel na kiphal hlah in meidetna ‘Meilâ’ in na kizang let hi. Tam Khodou Pawi na kiman ciengin ‘meilâ’ na dê a, na kivâhsah hi. Tua ahimanin, tami pawipi pen Meidet Pawi zong kici thei ahi.

Zohâm a Khuo[adjectival form of Khuo is Kho] i ciengin a khietna ci tuomtuom a om hi. Khatna ah, Khovâh pen Pasien cina in a kizang hi[tanah, compound noun(minlawnakop) a kisiem ciengin Khuo pen adjectival form in a’ng kihleng a Kho suoh hi, tuaciin Khuo leh Vâh a’ng kigawm ciengin compound noun Khovâh hing suoh ahi]. Khozîng[khuo+zîng] pen mielna lam toh ki-ettha ahi ziehin Dawi toh a kigêntha a, na kimutha let hi. Zînmâng kici pen tulâi cienga Dawimângpa cina a hihi. Zînmâng dou dîng, Zînmâng hênkolbu cite na kizang mun mama hi. Athumna ah, Khuo i ci ciengin, huikhuo opdân gênna in zong a kizang let hi. Khanglûi lâi in, ei na nasahthei, ei na bawlsethei dawi leh kâute nanna leh douna hunzah thupi mama in na kizang let hi. Khosung a, nat leh sat a tun ciengin, huikhuo a hing kipan hla hoiloute, khosete[khuosiete], dawisete leh kâusete a na kingaw(kisê) let hi.

Zokam in Dou a kici ciengin, Dem, Nang, Kigâlpi, Khâng, Theh cithei ahi. Zîn dou,Inn dou, Gâl dou, Kiel dou, ciin zong na kimangthei hi. Zohâm in, Pawi kici pen guolnopna thupi mama leh lien mama gênna kammal ahi.

Tua ahi manin, Khodou Pawi kici pen, ei siempa i Pasien leh i Lungzai kûngah thupha tawina hunzah leh ei mihingtet ei bawlsethei, ei sisahthei dawite, kâute, khosete, hlagiloute, douna hunzah thupi mama khat na ahihi.

SIENSUO PAWI: Tam pawi hun ciengin dawi leh kâute; mi nasahthei, mi bawlsethei, mi sisahthei, mi gentheisah thei te zousie khu khosung tuisung patsa phûisamna toh kizuiin, meivâhte toh nawpawt ni, hawlkhiet ni ahi. Tuaziehin, Khodou Pawi pen Siensuo Pawi zong na kici hi. Tuami ni pen Kâubeh ni zong na kici hi.

Pu Songthu khang hun patsa ei Zo tate na man zing uh pawi thupi mama khat ahi. Tua tun zou, tâng ât zaw, tângvêl zaw hun ciengin, Khodou Pawi na kimang let hi. Sêugawl hla kici tuom hun a khu na kibawl zêl ahi. Tângkhuokhâl huisi dam lân,tung thangvân solhla a’ng tânsiem ciengin a kibawl nuom sese hi. Bangzieh e ? i ci leh I pu I pate’n zân hlavâh neia lâmtâng kai pen nuom na sa mama uhhi. Sep leh tohte a’ng bei a, bu leh bâlte lâh zaw in, mite silzah sêute, kawngte, tute, namte a kigawl hun ahi manin, tami hla pen Sêugawl hla ciin zong a na kiminvaw hi. Tam hun pen bu leh bâlte, kawlbu vuoh zaw, mîm tang tâng tang leh antelouhingte lâh zaw ahi ziehin tami pawi pen Annlâh pawi zong kici thei ahi. Kum khat sunga mite sep leh bawlte gâsuote khopkhawm zou hun a, thupha leh guolzawlna ei pepa Pasien tungah lungkouna leh thupha tawina hun nuom manna in tam Khodou Pawi na kizang let hi.

Siempupa leh tuonvâite khuomuol ah zubêl khat, â'lui san khat toh pei in biehpiehna a bawl uhhi. Zubêl pen khozângpi’a thupha ngetna díng ahi ziehin inn suonkim ah a kidong hi. Khuomuol ah a biehpieh dân pen : i) Tungman siel lim (30) ii) Zubêl lim(2) a dawn a, bizam kisiet iii) Tui luina theipêng(golongnêu) khat iv) Khuo buppia díngin sieltang (2) toh khosie dawite tungah siempupa in phît in thupha ngên in,a lim bawlteng tungah â'lui sí a thê let hi. Inn sunga tutang heitang khawm in, lawpi khat sungah a koi a, tuaeh ann a kipie hi. Hei pen kuong sungah a koi a, zu a kipie hi. Zu leh sa kicing heh limlahna ahi.

Ei Zo te dînga pawi thupi mama khat ahia, i pu i pate’n tam pawi pen Kumkhen pawi ciin zong la ngai pipi in, na phuo in na minvaw kêi uhhi. Mângkam a New Year ci toh kibang ahi. Tam anei’a late patsa’n tabang min a kipethei hi.

1. Kum kikhen e, solkha dang e,
Zîn in a vângkhuo zong hên aw
Zîn in a vângkhuo zong hên aw,
Siensung tui bang sieng hên aw.

2. Tukawl tawi kumkhuo i khen a,
Ningzu hlum leh âisa aw e.
Ningzu hlum leh âisa aw e,
Khankum sawt ciem lâi leng aw.

Khodou Pawi pen ei Zote kumlûi leh kumtha khenna pawi ahi ci pen tam atunga late sungpan in a kitheicientta hi.


Lousielpieh pawi (Pawi khodou) lou pawi zaw a, kibaw1 ahiziehin 'Pawi khodou' zong kici hi. Tam hun ciengin voh khat leh â'lui khat a kigou let hi. Voh pen mihingte cidam ludam ngetna, dawi hawl kâu hawlna díng 1eh guòtui hoina díng ngetna ahi. Â' pen annkung hoina díng ngetna, mîm vûi tang vûi hoina dîng ngetna ahi.

Phuisamna leh âisânna: Khuomuol ah 'tungman siel' sawmthum, tungman zâm lim khat, khiba khat, zubêl nithum bang biehpiehna in a kinei hi. Siempupa’n Pasien leh Lungzai min lou kawm in, âisânna leh phûisamna a va nei hi. Pawi khodou ciengin ngâhnu tangvâlte in gamkhâu sât in, khogei sing dawn sângpên ah bâ in luoi a daw u'a a khâi u’a, late sa kawm in, a kivei un nuom a sa mama uhhi. Tua ziehin tami pawi pen 'Luoikhâi pawi' zong a kici hi. Ann khamna díng, anhla lâhna in 'bepi tang' leh 'tângmansî' kihuon in a kine hi.


I pu I pate’n nidanglâi in, Khodou pawi pen ni thum patsa’n ni nga tan na kimang let hi. Hâusa leh siempute zil dungzuiin a ni zahdân uh pen na kibang sieng lou hi. Tângkoupa’n a zîng ni’a Khodou kipan dîng hita ciin a nitâh in a tângtawh kawikawi hi. Tuami ni pen Kiginni, Meilâhni, Lamsielni, ahilouleh Vâihawmni na kici hi. Tam ni in zân cienga tân dîng meila a sui uhhi. Tam ni in, tuilam leh singlam a kisiel let a, tuinâh na kisusieng let hi. Loubawlte’n phuisamna a nei u’a, papi tangvâlte’n khodou pawi sunga tum dîng phâiphêng phîtte a bawl let uhhi. Tuami nitâh in zubêl khâuvaw sum in tutvûmkhawl kawm in, a zîng ni’a vâihawmna dîngte a gêlkhawm uhhi.


Khodou pawi ni masa khu meilâh ni in na kizang let a, tuaziehin tam ni pen Meilâh ni ahisileh Meidetni na kici hi. Dawi leh kâute douna in khozâng mite’n meila a dê u’a, a vâhsah u’a, tua ahimanin, tam pawi pen Meidet pawi zong na kici zêl hi. Inn zousie ah kâubehna a kibawlzou ciengin, sawm tangvâl tengin godawn ah, meila siet in a desa in tawm, zâm, detangte tum kawmin hâusapa inntuol ah kisutuo in thumvei a kîmviel vuhhi. Tua zou ciengin, a tunga kilousa kamtengte loukia in, khotuol ah pei in thumvei ma kîmviel kia uhhi. Tami in a etsah ahileh; dawi neng, kâu neng bang neng poupou om nawn sih heh cina ahi hi. Sawm tangvâlte khosung a’ng lutkia ciengun meila tum lâte ahing lutpi kia thei sih uhhi. Aziehpen, dawi nawna meilate siengthou nawnlou in a tuot uhhi. Meila tum lâte khogei sing dawn, gophung dawn pou ah a siet u’a, a nuasie let uhhi. Ahisihleh, tua meila tum late a gawmkham u’a, tumphuol a sât uhhi. A khu a tam theithei nadîngin nâta bawh toh a khu u’a, meikhu pawt nadîngin a lâizang munkhat a vangsah uhhi. Tua mun vang pan a meikhu a’ng zâm tou ciengin siempupa’n tam aneia bangin phûisamna kamteng a gên in guolzawlna a thûm hi.

Sim kum pha hên na ci leh sim ah kâi in,
Zo kum pha hên na ci leh Zo ah kâi in,
Sim kum ka’ng ngetna hie,
Zo kum ka’ng ngetna hie

Mîm bêm ka’ng ngetna hie,
Tâng bêm ka’ng ngetna hie,
Cidam ka’ng ngetna hie,
Ludam ka’ng ngetna hie;

Ludam, lungdam, khansâu ka’ng ngetna hie,
Tu sawn, ta sawn ka’ng ngetna hie,
Khi-aw pha, tâubul pha ka’ng ngetna hie,
Galmâng lu, samâng lu ka’ng ngetna hie.

Meikhu pen khosung lam a, a kâi na leh khosung mite cidamthei dîng ciin khangluimite’n ginna na nei uhhi.


Khodou pawi cienga a ni thupi pen khu a Pini ahisihleh Pansiani ni kici hi. Tami ni in kipâh thanopna leh guolnopna ci tuomtuomte na kizang zêl hi. Tami ni in, Sagawna, Daihawna, ankuong îmtonna, kaubehna a na kimang let hi. Zânlâi ciengin khuosim in pasalte leh tangvâlte a kuon let uhhi. Zîngmawng phalvâh hun ciengin dawi leh kâu dâlna ciin zubêl khâuvaw khat tui leisa dawnkâi sietsa na kitât let a, a kûngah meihol vomkîng na kikoi let hi.


Khodou Pawi ciengin khuoi sim in Hâm a, Sawm tangvâlte a kuon let uhhi. Ngaltûnpi, vuakângpi,tûnpi, ngalthên, khuoimulte na kisim let hi. Tamte lah ah, tûnpi, ngaltûn, vuakâng khuoi namte na kisim pen hi. Khodou pawi cienga khuoi kisimte pen khuoizu neilou khuoi namte ahi u’a, khuoinou nei khuoi namte ahihi. Khuoi simna kizang vanzahte tamteng ahi; tawm, sielki, zâmpi, zubêl, nâng lukhu, zân puon, khuoisimzu leh adangdangte. Hâm upate in zubêl khat a tuoh u’a, hâusapa zong a tuoh hi. Khuoiphâng hoi a kisim khâh leh, kum hoi va na kici let hi. Khuoinoute a mêlphat lîtlêt vuh leh, cidam ludam a’ng tung ding na kici hi. Khuoibu leh khuoinoute omtandân pansa in kum hoi, kum hoilou dîng âisânna siempupa’n na nei let hi.

Khuoibûh mun a tun ciengun, khuoite pen mei toh kihâl louin, khatkhat in, a pi zousie khut in ahilouleh guotaite toh kitep in kithat sieng masa hi. Tuazaw in, khuoibûh a kuo a hileh a tou u’a, khuoibûh sungah khuoiphâng dal sawm vâl bang om thei hi. Tua khuoiphângte lah ah, a tuituoh pen a mêlci pai hiau uhhi. Khuoinou pântuomna a lêmdoh u’a, khuoinou damsiem leh thâu deute a têl u’a, a zawngkhâl leh damlou mêl pote a nuoicimit sieng uhhi. Khuoibûh sunga khuoiphâng hoipen khu âisânna dîngin kângnou in a ladoh u’a, nânglukhu sungah a kikoi hi. Tuami lading zong têltuom mi ahihi.


Khosung a’ng tun ciengin khuoi popa masa in,khuoiphâng biehpiehna mun lam zuon in a kipeipi hi. A mun a na ngâh upate’n hiciin na gên uhhi, ‘Sannou na hi leh na kia in, mîmnou leh sawmtâng na hi leh hing lût in’ ciin na dêh u’a, a kikalpi sawm u’a, tuazaw in, khuoi popa in , ‘Sanpi, sannou hi si’ng, mîm leh sawmtâng hi’ng’ ciin tua bang thumvei a kikal a kidêh zou ciengun a lutsah pan uhhi. [sanpi, sannou ci pen natpi, natneu cina ahi]. Leituol a tun ciengun viel khat a kîmkot u’a, tua zaw in tam bang khuoilâh la a sa uhhi.

Ngaltûn e,ngalthên a,khuoi aw e,
Ka lou pâm a khuoi aw e,
Sim ngalthên, Zo ngalthên.

ang in kumkhuo na thei a ka’ng dong e,
Ningzu a ke’n dong âisa a ke’n dong.

Tua zou ciengin khuoibu pen leituol suong tungah a kicîng mawngkung tungah a kikoi uhhi. Khuoibu tungah kholu lâm, khotaw lam gît in teptena a kibawl a, khuoinoute pen honsa in a kikoi uhhi. Tua khuoibu pen numei naupangte leh nupi naupâite et dîngin a kiphal sih hi.

Nitâh lam ciengin upate in khuoibu a va vêl u a’, khuoibu sunga khuoinoute in a khûna pân a na lam kia uh leh mîm bêm tang bêm a lam uhhi,ciin kum kia ciengin nêh leh tâh, ann kihâu ding hi, ciin a um uhhi. Khuoinou a si pou a na op leh kum kia sungin a si a mang om dîng un a gingta uhhi.

Upate’n khuoibu pen sie leh pha leh zong, mipite lungkiehlouna dîngun ‘ khuoibu hoi e’ ciin a phuongzâh kon uhhi.

Bu leh bâl hâute’n zu a bêl a bêl in a’ng puo u’a, tuate kisum hi. Siempupa’ zu a cep zaw in,ama’n kholam nga in a zu toh a phît kawikawi hi. Tua zaw ciengin, tângpi tângta in a ciemthei pan hi. Tam zu pen kum kia cienga an hâuna dînga phuisamlusa ahiziehin a hâu nuom taphot in zu puosa in a’ng tawi ciet uhhi.

KHUOI AI NI Khodou pawi a ni thum ni in, khuoi a ki-âi let hi.Tam ni in, koi ma khuolzin leh kholâilêng om louin, zia na kitang ciet hi. Khuoi ai ciengin, voh, kêl, âh khat penpen in a ki-âi let hi. Kêl toh khuoi ki-âina pen bangzieh ahiei, i ci leh mihing khat si zaw cienga tua misipa luong pen thoute a bopsawm cienga, khuoite’n a siluong pen a hun nadîngin tam ganta toh ki-âi masa sê hi. Mite guolnop leh limna bawl un, zu leh sate ne un, lâmtâng a kâi uhhi.


Khodou pawi pen nêh leh tâh guolnop bawl hun nopthei tawpna khat ahihi. Zîngmawng matahin, papite leh tangvâlte’n vohte a gou u’a, pawi hunzah sungteng a nêhkhop dîng a khentuom uhhi. Sasemte’n sa khenni in a khenkhie uhhi. Sabawlte’n amahaw nêhkhop dîng sate a tuom koi uh a, tuami sa pen Sa kuong bâl nêh na kici hi. Voh khawite kihawm pen Sa kuong hawm na kici let hi. Tua hun ciengin zu leh sate ne in, a gamtâng ciet uhhi.

angvâlte leh ngâhnute zampi leh tawmpi ,sielkî tum in sisate theizingna in hânmuol lang zuon in, simâilate sa un, khuo hlânmuol a susieng uhhi.


Sa kihuonte a’ng minzou ciengin, a sin a lung, a tuop, a kal, themnou khat lemkhie in, tangvâlte’n tuami kum a sûnna tuohte a tut uhhi. Tua sa kilemte pen misisate dîngin a kituomkhen hi. Sûnlâi a’ng hi ciengin, zu tâtsa, tângmansi(bumansi) leh saminsate keng un hlânmuol langah misite nêh dîngin a va lui vuhhi. Tam bang tawndân leh ngaina pen Dâi-hlaw na kici let hi. Tua zaw ciengin, phamsate lugu kipholdoh in, a innsungmite’n tua lugute pen sathâu zol toh a zût mâm let vuhhi. Tuaciin, zu tui sa tui, tângmansi a tâ vuhhi. Tam bang tawndân pen Siensuona kici ahi. Tam hun pen a hingte leh a sisate kizopna bei hun in na ki-um hi. Tam hun ciengin, mite pen a lungzuong let u’a, hlânmuol ah, lunglêng in kap leh mâuna toh kidim in, simâi late na sa let uhhi. Tua bang la khat tam aneia bang ahi.

Douna lînglîng douna lînglîng e,
Guol in kumkhuo douna lînglîng e.

Guol in kumkhuo douna lînglîng e,
Dou hlân ah nâu bang va kapta’ng e.


Dâihlaw a kuon nupite a’ng tun masangsie’n koima’n ann nethei lou hi. Nitâh ankuong îmton hun ciengin siempupa’n zu tui tah la in, a kambêm dim in, a muom a, annkuong a phît a, phûisamna a nei hi. Tua zaw in, zu ûm kiguol hlat in zu pen a guol dawn ciet uhhi.
Annkuong îmton in ki-ît kingâi kideisah etsahna in zu tui leh sabâ tuituohte na kibâ let vuhhi.


I pu I pate na updân in, khanglûi lâiin misi a na nei ciengun tua misi hla pen Misikhuo ah na pei pai louin, innsung, inn nei, hawhkûn, inn ziet, inn vei, innsia leh sumtawng lah ah, om den in, khuo kidou masangsie pen tua misi hla pen thâm den in a na ngaisut let vuhhi. Tuaziehin, misisate pen gilkiel leh dangta thei dânin na kingaituo let hi. Tua ahimanin, misisate nêh dîngin annkhâi, kho-hlung ann, sûtzung ann lui cite na kibawl let hi. Misisate pen dawi tobangin na ngaisun uhhi. Khodawi pawi sunga gilnat lâina a op louna dîngin thadam, sihla, dawite, kâute hawlkhietna na kibawl zêl in, dawi leh kâute na kibeng let hi. Kâubehna dîngin meilate a lom a lom in, ki-ia kip hi. Tam hun ciengin, inn sah inn hlang ah meila tâna dîngin natang kuoh kikoi masa hi. Tuaciin, inn kîmvêl ah, meila a na de ciet uhhi. Siempupa thâu a kâp zaw ciengin, kâubehna na kipan let hi. Siempupa’n a beh zaw ciengin, nâutângte’n a beng thei pan uhhi. Tua hun ciengin pasalte a khut langkhat lamah meila lom de kawmin, tuga, heiga leh singkhuo bawh tawi in innsung tawng panin inntung innnei innkawm sumtawng tapkuong, kotbieng, kot sah, kot hlang munteng a bânbân in a sât hi. Tam aneia thutengte gên kawm in, hawh in a kikouzâh let uhhi.

Dawi hâng, kâu hâng, nam hâng aw,
Na zun, na êh namsie, na ni na hla cingta.

Na zi na tate’n hing lam-etna sawtta,
Na khuo na tui zuon in.

Tam bang a bawlzou ciengin, a tuga tawi pen dâi pu lang sêna’n a nei a, ‘ a kêngphâng, a ngalta kha’ng e’ ciin a meila ken pen khenni suo in, lomkhat hlang lang gawl ah, lomkhat pen sah lang gawl ah a kuongsa in a siet a, tuaciin a nuasieta hi. Tua pen dawi leh kâute hing lut ngam nawnlou nadîng ahi. Kâubengpa pen mi thum in a zûi zêl hi. Khat in tawm tum in, khat in zâmpi tum in, khat in thâu tawi hi. Kâubehna kipat dîng ciengin thâu khatvei a kikâp a, inn kotbieng a tun ciengun khatvei a kâpkia lêulêu uhhi.

Innsuon ciet a, kâubehna a kipat ciengin, innsung a om tumgingte, tumthei tummaw teng pi na kitum let a, thâu ginsethei tawp in na kikâp let hi.


Khodou pawi tawp ni pen ‘A Sien ni’ na kici hi. Mi zousie a nopnop na u’ah a lêngthei a, a hawtheita uhhi. Kikhenni ahiziehin, nuomthei tawp in lâmtuol kâi in, la ngaingai sa in, kilatap tuo ciet un, guolnop na mang uhhi. Khodou pawi sungteng a hun nop mante, ngâhnu tangvâlte’n hlengla mama uh ahiman un, lâmlâm in khat leh khat ki-ît kingâi tuo in, kihlengla man un, a zânhah let u'a la ngai tampi a sa let uhhi.

Tuni’n lâmlei,zîngchieng lâmlei
Tuni’n lâm lei zîngchieng lâm lei,
Thâichieng lâm nawn,
Thâichieng lâm nawnlou ding lanu,
Lanu tangvâl hounuom ngainou lawm,
Ngainou lawm e ngainou lawm aw e.

Na lâm aw nelkâi,kei hing lâm vâng,
Kei hing lâm vâng na lâm aw nelkâi,
Sânnelkâi aw, Sânnelkâi aw e.

Lâmlâm leilah I lâmkîl zawl ah
Lâmlâm leilah I lâmkîl zawl ah dei toh,
Dei toh,dei toh lâmkhawm,
Dei toh lâmkhawm zaidei tongsân nuom,
Tongsân nuom e, tongsân nuom aw e.

Tongsân sânnuom sânchimla’ng e,
Sênsân kei ngainou sênsân ngainou,
Sênsân ngainou tongnuom tuoi Mânnieng,
Tuoi Mânnieng e, tuoi Mânnieng aw e.


Khodou pawi tawp ni a zîngni khu Khêlêni kici ahi. Tam ni ciengin, Khodou hun sunga vanzahte a kinuale sieng a, tu leh tate’n sapâng a kheu uh a, annkuong îmkhawmna a nei uhhi. Lâmtuol kaina zong a nei uhhi.

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