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Mizoram-o Myanmar sipairangni sildoreng ga·ake tong·gni daka

Aizawl, Jan 23:  Myanmara a·songni military aircraft Mizoramni Lenglui airporto tang·srote ga·akon sak 8mang saknaaniko man·aha. Ua sipairangni sildoreng, bobil dakgiparangming bilting bilting dakgrikani...

Mizoram-o Myanmar-ni sak 184 sipairangko a·songtangona watpilata

Myanmar a·songo sipairangni a·tiprangko silchidare ra·bitgipa dolrang ra·sekeani ja·man, January 17 tariko Mizoram a·dokona katnapbagipa sak 276 sipairangoni sak 184 sipairangko Sombar salo, military aircraft-o Myanmar a·songona watpilataha.

Mizoram: Myanmar repatriation plane skids off runway, 8 Injured

A Myanmar military aircraft experienced an incident at Mizoram's Lengpui Airport on Tuesday, deviating from the runway and resulting in eight injuries.

Mizoram: 184 Myanmarese soldiers repatriated, remaining 92 to be flown back today

A total of 184 out of the 276 Myanmarese soldiers, who sought refuge in Mizoram on January 17 following the capture of their camps by armed ethnic groups, were flown back to Myanmar on Monday, by a Myanmar military aircraft that landed at Lengpui airport in the afternoon, as per reports.

ULFA-I’s camp in Myanmar reportedly targeted by Indian Army drones

Just 10 days after the pro-talks faction of United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) signed the historic tripartite peace pact with Assam Government and Government of India, a camp belonging to the United Liberation Front of Asom-Independent (ULFA-I) in Myanmar has reportedly been targeted in drone attacks by Indian Army.

Mizoram CM opposes border fencing along India-Myanmar border

Aizawl, Jan 6: Mizoram Chief Minister Lalduhoma has opposed the Centre's plan to erect fencing along porous Myanmar borders. Lalduhoma recently met Prime Minister Narendra...

Manipur | 6000 people from Myanmar taking shelter in State due to prevailing unrest: CM Biren Singh

Singh on Saturday cautioned against dismissing events along the border, particularly in Myanmar, hinting at concerns regarding foreign influx.

Refugee Influx from Myanmar Poses Law and Order Challenges in Manipur’s Kamjong District

The recent influx of 4363 Myanmar nationals seeking refuge in Manipur’s Kamjong District, driven by the turmoil resulting from the military crackdown on rebel groups in Myanmar, poses a critical situation potentially posing to create law and order in the state.

Following fresh influx from Myanmar, Manipur extends identification of illegal migrants till March 2024

The Manipur government has stated that identification of illegal migrants/refugees will continue across the state including Kamjong and other places where there were recent reports of more people coming in from Myanmar.

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