Archive for November, 2008


Sunday, November 30th, 2008

Pic: Kan nau

Tun saturday khan kan nau bazar in, a dangdai em maia tiin uithingthang (hnah) hi, tel khat Rs. 3/- in a rawn lei ve ngawt mai a, a siam dan kan thiam leh bawk si lova. A thang em em mai bawk si, siam dan tui deuh hria in awm lo maw ?

Students investigate crimes against the earth

Sunday, November 30th, 2008

To the students in Timothy Wolfe’s environmental crimes class at Mount St. Mary’s University, the Bhopal and Exxon Valdez disasters are part of the history books.

“It’s problematic that it’s not in our collective memories,” Wolfe said to the class.

Wolfe is professor of criminology and sociology and chairman of the school’s sociology department. Only one student had heard of the 1984 Bhopal disaster. “I don’t fault you at all,” he said. “You absorb what is there.”


Khuai leh pangpar

Sunday, November 30th, 2008

Wellington parliament building kawtah ka chhun chawl ka teihawi vel a khua hian rose par zu a lo khawn khawm a. A thlalak tumin ka veh kual la veh kual a, a fimkhur ve khawp a. Ka hnaih deuh leh hmun dangah a thlawk sawn zel a. A hna thawh erawh a thulh chuang lo a.

Parliament building (Bee Hive tih pawn an ko)

Taj freed of terrorists after intense gun battle

Sunday, November 30th, 2008

The war on terror in Mumbai was on Saturday wrapped up by the security forces who eliminated three terrorists in Taj hotel after 60 hours Taj freed from terrorists of intense battle with the band of ultras who struck the country’s financial capital killing 195 people.

“All operations are over. The NSG has formally reported that the operations are complete and now Taj, Oberoi and Nariman House are being sanitised. There are no more terrorists now in Mumbai. All have been liquidated or captured alive,” M L Kumawat, Special Secretary in the Union Home Ministry told reporters in Delhi.


C.Lalruatkima – Kan hneh ngei dawn

Sunday, November 30th, 2008

Lalpa chakna ringin sual doral i bei zel ang u.

Secularising Mizo Jews?

Sunday, November 30th, 2008

Heading into Aizawl after 12 hours on the road and into the darkness still doesn’t dampen the spirits on our bus. I’ve never met a group of people with so much inner strength, nothing gets them down. They’re still telling jokes and singing. My nerves are completely shot and I’m ready to do anything to get off this bus. I’m on antibiotics and extremely drowsy. It’s only 5PM but with no life on the streets and no lights it feels like the middle of the night. Then, as if the whole approach to the city was one big charade, a prank played on first- time visitors, we turn a corner and discover that Aizawl is actually a magnificent mountain city with hundreds of thousands of yellow and white lights dotted like stars on a dozen slopes.

Source: The Jerusalem Post

Usenext hi?

Saturday, November 29th, 2008

Usenext cracked installer ka download a, ka system-ah ka install a. Ka mail-ah login ID leh passowrd te min rawn pe ve thlap a. Mahse file download/preview dawn hian ka ID a expire tawh tiin min rawn hrilh leh ziah si a, engtia tih chi nge ni? A ngaihna hria kan awm em aw?

Myanmar’s alcohol

Saturday, November 29th, 2008

“Cobra! Cobra!” A woman’s screams pierce the hot night in a tiny village in Myanmar, formerly Burma. An American snake expert–the first scientist ever to survey all reptiles in this isolated region happens to be in the village in his quest for new cobra species

He races toward the cries, tailed by a throng of curious villagers. Inside a hut, the woman’s family stands rooted in fear. Coiled near the back wall, a 3-foot-long cobra arches with a hiss, poised to strike.

Firearm deer season opens sat

Saturday, November 29th, 2008

More than 68,000 people hunt for Maryland deer, an activity that helps control the deer population while contributing more than $150 million annually to the state’s economy, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.

The rifle season is the most popular deer hunting season, accounting for nearly half of the deer taken each year. DNR Deer Project Leader Brian Eyler predicted hunters will kill 40,000 to 45,000 deer over the next two weeks.

Last year, Maryland hunters killed 52,796 deer during the firearm season. That included 970 sika deer, a Japanese species found on the lower Eastern Shore that is smaller than the native white-tailed deer.

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Mi ram ah hi chuan a nung/che hlek an that vek kher lo. An tam viau an nghak a. Motor/mihring tan a hlauhawm tan ta ti khawp a a tam hnu hian license neite chu kapthlu turin sakhi ilo permit an pe chhuak thin. Kei pawh ka kal ve ang. Mizoram tan ka van awt tak em. Mi pakhat ah a pachal pahnih leh a nu pathum kahna permit pek an niin ka hria.

Krismas Lunglen

Saturday, November 29th, 2008

Zing a ni a.

Kawmthlang lam ka thlir a, kan kawmthlang ruam, kawr kamah chuan chhum a zing chek a. Tukverh atanga zing daifim keng thli rawn thaw lut her her chuan ka zing tho, kawr ha lova ding vun chu a rawn chhem seng seng a, ka mur chem chem a.

Kan piah deuhva Biak In chhip zuma Kross intar, chiang taka hmuh theih thin pawh chu chhum zing chiai chiai avang chuan chiang lo ruaiin a lang a. In leh In inkarahte chuan chhum a zam paw chiai a. Calendar ka en a, November ni 21 a ni tih ka hre thei a, ‘Mas a va hnai tawh ve!