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Jul 31, 2011

‘Hmasawnna Thar’ Chanchinbu man petha tak

Tuithaphai: Hmasawnna Thar man tuta kum fe mek sunga pe \ha tak chu Pu L.Sungte of Hmarveng a nih.

Pu L. Sungte hin December, 2011 chena ding Hmasawnna Thar man a pekthlak vawng ta a, a chunga ei Chanchinbu in lawmthu a hril.

Pu L. Sungte in Chanchinbu man pek a ngaipawimawna le a thahnemngaina hi entawn tlak takel a nih.

Source:- Hmasawnna Thar July 31, 2011 Issue.

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Music institute marks 1st anniversary

International School of Western Music By Timothy Z. Zote

Saikot, July 30: A thanksgiving day cum 1st anniversary of the Churachandpur chapter of the International School of Western Music was held at Synod Supermarket Building here in Churachandpur on Saturday.

The event was to mark the promotion of peace through music and organizers have expressed their gratitude to the HPC-D for supporting the programme to promote peace and development.

Organised by the International School of Western Music (India), a project of International Music Foundation, the programme was attended by various social activists, student leaders and district council members.

Churachandpur ADC member Lalhosan graced the occasion as chief guest while his colleague Kamsuanlun was the functional president. The chief host was Khamliankhup and the guest of honour Francis Songate.

The International School of Western Music was establish on 5th July, 2005 in Gurgaon with a humble beginning of just 3 student’s. Now it has 346 students. The school continues to grow year after year under its director James T. Zote with the support of 14 faculty.

About the Institute

Course offered:

a) Trial month: 1 Month b) Short course (Basic) : 6 month

c) International course: 1 Year d) Trinity (London School of Music)

Instrument & OTHER: Keyboard, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Drums, Staff Notation, Tonic Sol-fa (Theory & Vocal)

Reason behind ISWM in Town: Viewing all the skills and talents of different people’s around the world, the North Easterner has potential to compete with the rest of the world. Seeing all that, challenge to setup a branch for the benefit of the town and different parts of North East in the future in Music Education. Director of the Said Music institution has 10 years experience.

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PATHIEN THU HI MI 99% IN AN INHNIK NAWH

Ziektu: – Pu Zarzolien Keivom

Taksa sawizoi hi iemani chenah a trangkai ngei a,

sienkhom Pathien ngaisak mi ni hih iengkimah a hlu lem a,

hi damsung nun le la hung um dinga thil trangkai a nih.

-1 Timothe 4:8

Ni khat chu ka artikul ziek le inzomin ka u L.Keivom ka hang hello a.”Thu dang khom ziek sa ta la, Pathien thu inhlir hlak chauh hi chu mi zaah sawmkuo le pakuoin an inhnik ta nawh” a hung ti a. Elektrik mi dep ang elin ka hip sokin ka hriet a mak ti taluoin ka telefawn khom chu ka hriet naw karin ka lo sie thlak ta hiel a. A tu ka theida lei ni loin, ei Pathien thu awina kum za lai lo ni hiel ta sia chuong ang lawma Pathien thuin eini lai hmun a chang zo ta naw thu chun a mi barakhai em em el lei a nih.

A hnunga ama ka u L.Keivom thlirna tukvera inthoka ka hang thlir ve luo chun a hril uor naw lem hman hman niin ka hriet hnuhnaw nawk ta lem hiel a. Keima tak khom hi a sawmkuo pakuo laia thrang ka lo ni ve zing si a. A ni ngei, Pathien thu luo hi inhnik taka tiema zawm dam hi a lo in tak khop el. Ei Pathien thu chun Lalpa Pathien chu ei lungril po po, ei thlarau po po le ei hratna po poa hmangai ding le ei nauhai chen khom taima taka inchuktir dinga infui ei ni lai zingin mani insunga Pathien dan thu mani nauhai inchuktir mol mol hlak chu ei vang ta hle ring a um. Mani sakhaw inchuktirna konga seng seng chun eini nek hmanin Hindu le Musilimhai hin an sakhuo an lak ursun lemin indikna khom an lo kengkaw lem niin a’n lang.

“Khawvelin a nghak sawt ta leiin an lo ngui zo ta a, Mi lungrilhai khom a lo chau zo ta a” tia hla ei sak ang deu khan, Kristien ei intina hi a lo sawt tah em leia Pathien thu khom hi inhnik pei ta lo am ei ni ta ding maw! Ni tin chanchinbu ei tiem naw chun kim lo truta inngai hlak si a Baibul tiem hre fu ngai der si lo khom ei pung tuol tuol. Sin buoi suonlama hmanga kar khat kar hni Baibul keu thrak lo khom kohran thruoituhai lai ngei khom ei kat nuk an ta aw! Thlaraua thuok ei lakna tak trongtrai khom ku hi zing tho zal tawm le bu fak tawm chaua thaw hlak hi zaah sawmkuo le pakuo ei ni el naw dim a ni? Chuong ang chau ei lo ni lem chun, kristien ashma invoi ei ni zing a nih ti ei inngaituo chieng thra hleng a tih. Ni khat sunga voi khat bek Baibul khom ei tiem ta naw lem chun ringna le thlaraua lem chu hang inthrang ngaina a um thlawt naw a nih. Ei hriet naw kar hin kohran le sungkuo lai hin Setanin bu a khuor nasa ta hle niin an lang. Chuleiin, “Lal ram chanchin chu hrilin, hla sakin insukhar ei tiu, Lal ram tlungna ding chu a hnai ta leiin” tiin ei infiel thar a nih.

Pathien thu hi nang le keiin ei hrietna le ei awina a sawt ta lei ela chul le da el thei chi a ni le! “Hnuoi le van bo a ta, ka thu ruok chu bo naw nih” Pathienin a ti a nih, Hmu thei thilhai chu bo el ding an na, hmu thei lo thil ruok chu chatuona ding a ni si a. Bu bohmang nawk el ding zonga inlap rak rak lo dingin Isu khoma ami hril kha tie. Chatuon chena um zing ding Pathien hmangaina thu hi ei hril rawn po leh a’n lang zuol deu deu a, ziek le hril ei nuom deu deu hlak bok a nih. Tirko Paula chun Timothe kuomah Pathien thu hi a hun le hun nawa khom hril dinga inpei zing ding le mihai chu kawkhmu a, zil a, infui dingin a hril a nih. Chuong ang bokin eini ringtuhai hi mihai kuoma chanchin thra hril a, hringna lampui kawkhmu a, petekhai chuh zila infuitu ding ei nih ti hrein, inlusu ta loa thrang harin, ei mawphurna hlen ngei tumin, mani insung le puo tieng chen thrang la thar ei tiu khai; ei awi phut lai nek khan ei sandamna khom a hnai ta si a.

“Zirtirna indik an ngaithlak pei naw hun a tlung ding a nih. An nuom zawng le an na ver zawnga thuhriltu ding zirtirtu tam tak an fiel khawm hun a tlung ding a nih” ti 2 Timothe 4:3 a ei hmu angin, kohran lai hin a tlung zing an tah. Pathien thu, mani nuom zawng le ril rem zawng zawnga kei hera inchuktirna a tam ta leiin ei hnam sunga ngei khom kohran pawl kutpar thlieka tiem khop zet khaw tinah ei um tah. Pathien thu tiem a, hril a, zawm nek hmanin mani kohran chanchin tiem le hril mawi ei uor tah. Pathien ram le a felna zawng nekin kohran ram le a felna ngot zong khom ku hi a lo olsam a nih. Van le inzoma Pathienin a phun ni lo, mani ropuina ding le mawina zonga kohran pawl phun ei ni pal hlauh chun ni kin niah phawi dok ei la ni vong ding a ni leiin tu hi inen fie hun a nih.

Tuta kum za hnung khaw lam um i ta?
A hi damlai thil ngaituo ding,
Poimaw le trûl a nih.
Khawvel suoksan tang i ta,
Van le hremhmunah iem chang i ta?
Dit lem, tu hih thlang hun a nih.

Pathien thu ngaia biekina inkhom neka movie serial en mei mei dam le thu lawilo tak tak hrila inpawl khawm mei mei hai dam hi kristien nun khal dan indik a ni nawh. Isu’n, “Ka thrang loin ieng khom in thaw thei si nawh (Johan 15:5) a ti a nih. Ra insuo ding chun a kungpui Isu le inzom a ngai. Pathien dan thu a sun a zana ngaituo ku hi thil iengkim thawna phota hlawtlingna bul a ni si a.

( Keivom Run, Greater Noida, July 28, 2011)

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Jul 30, 2011

Pu C PAHLIRA is no more

Vanneihthanga Vanchhawng

Aizawl, July 30: Mizo Politician zinga mi te ngaihsan leh hmingtha Aizawl khawpui leh Zoram khawpui hrang hrang-a CP road sial chhuak tu Pu C Pahlira Upper Republic chu Tukin zing dar 7:35 khan pumna vangin Aizawl Civil Hospitalah a boral.

Pu C Pahlira hi Kum 1924 January ni 7 khan a pianga, kumin January ni 7 khan kum 87 a tling chiah a ni. Hun reitak atang tawh khan lung lam natnain a tlakbuak a, he a natna hian a ti buai ve thin hle. July ni 15 khan a pum na avangin Vaivenga Hospital (Care Hospital ni thin Civi Hospital bul ami) ah admit a ni a, investigation hrang hrang tih a ni a, Pumpui ulcer a neih bakah Jaundice a nei tih hriat a ni a, tin a pum a puar nasa hle bawk. A natna hi a critical deuh avangin Aizawl Civil Hospital lamah July ni 25 khan dahluh a ni leh ta a ni. Civil Hospital-ah Cabin-ah enkawl a ni a, A pum a puar nasa a, a chau in a hniam chak hle bawk. Doctor te chuan a natna hi cancer a nih ring deuh mahse a ma taksa dinhmun en in hmuhchhuah tuma beih chiam khan awmzia a nei lutuk tawh lo niin an ngai a, nachhawkna te nen theih ang angin an enkawl chho ta phawt mai niin thudawnna chuan a sawi.

Pu C Pahlira hi Mizo District Coucil-ah khan Term 2 MDC a ni a, PC Sorkar lai Bye-Election-ah khan Sateek bialah MLA-ah thlan tlin a ni.

MDC a nih lai khan Aizawl khawpui hi a lo la thang zel anga, lirthei leh mihring kan la pung nasa dawn a ni tih Pu C Pahlira hian a ngihtuah phak avangin theihtawp chhuahin kawngpui sial hna a thawk a. Mimal ram tamtak su tlangin mi an khum leh rel pawh a tawk nasa a, nakinah an la lawm dawn ani tih hriain mi sawiselna te chu pawisa lovin a bei zel a, Iptepui leh chemtum nen amahin hma a hruia a, tunhnu-a Aizawl khawpui ti nuamtu kawngpui pawimawh CP Road ti-a hriat zui tak hi a sial chhuah vek an ni. Pu C Phlira hian Aizawl mai bakah Lunglei, Kolasib, Champhai leh Vairengte-ah te pawh kawngpui sial hna hi nasa takin a thawk bawk. Heng a kawngsial tamtak zinga thenkhat hi chuan CP Road tih hming an pu zui lem lo niin hriat a ni.

Pu C Pahlira sulhnu thangthar ten kan hriat atana pawimawh em em pakhat chu. Tuna new Market Sobji Bazar kan tih hi hmanah chuan Dawrpui Biakin kawt phei kawngpuiah an in chap darh mai thin a, hun kalzel tur thlir thiam Pu C Pahlira chuan hei hi tha ti lovin a thlang sakawr in tuana New Market kan tih takah hian a suan thla ta a ni.

Ram leh hnam tana a theihna zawng zawng hlan tu, Politics hi ram rawngbawlna a nihna anga hmang ngam leh hmangtu, hausak nana hmang velo, mi huaisen Mizo Hnam Pasaltha Pu C Pahlira hi Zofa te tan hian a van hlu tak em!

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From the Imperial to the IBM

By James Keivom, for Inpui.com

Imperial Typewriter My dad’s Imperial typewriter sat on every table he owned in the last more than ten years, until he learnt how to live with another companion: the personal computer.

He would wake up at seven, type for two to three hours, and then leave for work. When he returned, he would have a quick lunch, and then type into the night. Songs, short stories, essays, articles, letters and books were laboriously printed on A4 paper by this two-fingered artist, and eventually stored in the fat files that lined his desk.

I sometimes watched him type. He’d would pull out a fresh sheet of paper, place it in the feeder, turn the platen, align the paper, set the margins, and then start typing. He would stop frequently, twist open the bottle of White Out, and correct his mistake. Then he would start again, proceeding cautiously. Every page without an error was a personal triumph, especially when he had to type official documents; mistake means he would start again.

I know that the makers of his typewriter intended it for writers, but they inevitably invented the best alarm man could ever create. Throughout our lives, from Kenya to Saudi Arabia, to New Zealand, to Burma, to Italy, that type writer haunted our family’s dreams. Our family had to learn to live, fall asleep, and wake up to the rhythm of its ruthless clatter. My mother would often protest but I suspect she was happy that he typed, rather than slept, before she did: his snoring was worse.

He would often spend Sunday afternoons cleaning, fixing and tweaking the Imperial. He’d change the ribbons, clean the keys and oil the parts that needed oiling. He respected this machine, he knew every piece of it and he liked the sound and feel of it. It had become a part of him.

I saw him type for a whole summer and I hated to see him go through this ordeal, especially when there was an alternative. One day, I had enough. So I introduced him to a personal computer I had brought from the States. I taught him how to use it, gave him a few books, and he studied them very carefully, patiently. He was a good student, a willing one, ready to take a brave step from the noisy typewriter he was secure with, to a silent one he was unfamiliar with. In less than three brief instructions, he had learnt how to save, load and edit files. Then I left for university, uncertain of his devotion to the new machine.

When I came back the following year, over a hundred pages of a novel he had working on were stored on disk. I was surprised: it took a lot of courage to transcend the typewriter stage.

These days he followed a different route. Instead of selecting a fresh piece of paper from the shelf, slipping into the typewriter, and cranking away, he turns on the adaptor, waits for the word processing program lo load up and silently types away.

But some old habits die hard. He has yet to buy a printer, so he does most of his editing on computer, and uses the Imperial for hard copies. He’s happy with that. Maybe next year, he’ll be ready to take another step. I’m bringing him a printer.

(August 1, 1993 Milan, Italy)

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Jul 29, 2011

How to download Videos from Facebook

Do you want to download the videos from Facebook and store it for later viewing? If your answer is YES, then simply follow the video tutorial which is simple and easy to understand or follow the guide.

1. Let’s say you  want to download this video: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1376836698381

2. All you have to do is   add the word down to the the URL.

This is how the url going to look like

http://www.DOWNfacebook.com/video/video.php?v=1376836698381

3. Now, copy the URL and paste in the address bar and press Enter

4. You’ll get Download link and right click that and select Save Link As…

5. Give the file name and Save

Or here’s the video tutorial to make things easier for you.

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Jul 28, 2011

HYA, Hmar Inpui in Motor Kalman suktlawm an dit

Office of the HYA Joint Headquarter, Hmarram,  Hmar Inpui, Hmarram Region

Hmarbiel  mipui  tadinga  thawktu  hai  le  tlawmngaina  le nundan  tha  hmangaina  thil  tha  thaw  tuhai,  Ram  le  hnam hmingin ditsakna kan hung inhlan cheu. Hmarbiel harsa le tlasie siem rel dingin  mi tuelkhawm kan hung fiel cheu. Ei lampui harsa tak le mipui beidawngna tamtak kara ei sinthaw na a hai lunginruola sinthaw tlang ei pawimaw.

Chun, hi le inzawmin  Hmarmipui hai in an ngenna motor Bahara suktlawm dinga hma latuhai popo le a ram ta dinga sin tha thawtuhai popo kan thlawpa, Village Authority Union fethlenga mipui ngen na hi kan thlawp tlat a ni ti mipui kan hung inhriettir in  sin thaw tlang dingin kan hung fiel cheu.

Sd/- Challienhmang
President,
Sd/- Lalsiemlien
Secretary,
Hmar Inpui, Hmarram Region

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Jul 27, 2011

Hmar tribe condemns arrest of Ngursunthang; threatens to block highway

Hmarkhawlien, July 27, 2011: The Hmar community in Assam’s Cachar district has condemned the arrest of former Barak Valley Hill Tribes Development Council (BVHTDC) chief Ngursunthang who was taken into custody by the police on July 26 over the murder of BVHTDC chairman Babul Rongmei weeks ago.

Terming the move a “repeated attempts by the police to put the blame on the Hmar tribals” various Hmar organizations have demanded the “immediate and unconditional” release of Ngursunthang failing which the community said it will imposed an indefinite blockage of National Highway 53 which connects Manipur and Assam from July 28.

“We condemned the systematic victimization, harassment and repeated attempts to blame the Hmar tribals for the killing of Babul Rongmei, Chairman of the Barak Valley Hill Tribes Development Council (BVHTDC),” said a joint statement issued by the Hmar National Union (Assam), Hmar Students’ Association (Barak Valley, Assam), and Hmar Inpui (Hmar Supreme House), Barak Valley Region.

Babul Rongmei was shot dead by three unidentified assailants in his drawing room at his Silchar residence on July 10, 2011. One of the assailants was lynched by the crowd while two of his accomplices escaped.

The Hmar organisations also stated that the banned NSCN/GPRN (K) already owned responsibility for the killing of Babul Rongmei and also declared the name of the slain assailant and his rank in the proscribed outfit.

The NSCN/GPRN (K) (Zeliangrong Region) in its press release on July 12, 2011 took responsibility for giving capital punishment to Babul Rongmei, and stated that the operation was launched in the interest of the Zeliangrong Nagas by the Demo team of Silchar town under the command of lieutenant Stenhawk.

The arrested former chairman of BVHTDC Ngursunthang also denied his alleged involvement in the killing and termed the allegation as baseless, motivated and a conspiracy to malign him and tarnish his image before the public and demanded a high level inquiry, preferably by CBI, to investigate the case so that the truth be revealed to all.

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10 Things You Don’t Want to Share on Facebook

facebook_donot_tips By Susan* Guest Writer for Inpui.com 

Unless you’ve been hiding very well over the last few years, you can’t fail but to have noticed the popularity of social networking. Since its advent in the mid-2000s, sites such as Myspace, Facebook, and Twitter have gone from strength to strength, earning themselves millions and millions of users across the globe. At this point in time, Facebook is arguably the most popular of the ‘fully fledged’ social networks, and it’s hard to find anyone who hasn’t at least had a look around the site. There are a few great reasons for us to use Facebook: keeping in touch with far away friends and family members perhaps ranking in the number one slot. However, being able to reach all of our friends in just a few mouse-clicks has its downsides too. Below we’ll take a look at ten of the biggest indiscretions that you may fall victim to whilst using Mark Zuckerberg’s monster of a website.

10. Every single one of your thoughts

Whilst one of Facebook’s main objectives is to give you an outlet to express yourself and get your thoughts out to your friends, there’s such a thing as too much. When your wall starts getting a little full of your own posts, it may be time to rein it in a little!

9. Your salary

It may go without saying, but businesses tend to frown on employees who announce their salary to the world. If you brag on Facebook about your latest five or six figure achievement, you never know who’s watching - so keep it to the confines of face-to-face chats!

8. Your feelings about others

Just like in ‘real life’, people don’t always want to be told the whole truth. If you’re a bit peeved with a friend or colleague of yours, try to keep it in. Posting aggressive messages on Facebook almost always ends in disaster - so avoid it.

7. Private or personal information

You might be fascinated by the rash you’re starting to develop, but there’s a very good chance that your hundreds of friends probably don’t. If you really have to talk about it, do it in person, or you might find yourself victim to some ‘unfriending’.

6. Posting when you’re off sick

If you’ve called in sick to work, your employer will expect you to be keeping activity to a minimum and recovering. That means that if you’re posting about how awesome the latest Xbox game is, you might rub someone the wrong way.

5. Bad spelling or poor grammar

Sure, it’s only Facebook. But that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take as much care in your writing as you would for anything else. By making your posts readable and coherent, you’ll likely get a better response from your friends.

4. Game invites

Everyone likes to relax with a video game now and then, but almost nobody likes receiving notifications about the latest ‘mafia’ job you did. These get especially annoying if you’re sending invites too, so be very careful when you’re playing!

3. Posting a private message on a wall instead of ‘inbox-ing’ it

If you’ve got something private to say to someone, remember that posting on a person’s wall will be visible to almost all of your friends list. A much better way to communicate privately is via the private message function, so be sure you make the most of it (and avoid embarrassment).

2. Showing off

Nobody likes a show off. Sure, your new car is great. Sure, that’s a lovely laptop. But you don’t need to announce every single one of your purchases. They say that modesty goes a long way, and you’ll probably come off as cooler and more successful without the bragging.

1. Bad-mouthing your employer

We’ve all heard stories about people being fired because of Facebook posts, and the truth is - half of them are true! Depending on your privacy settings, more people than you think can see your posts, so think twice before you decide to launch a tirade against that awful boss of yours! Keep your venting safely in a chat window!

*About the author:- Susan writes on behalf of Palliser specialist sofasandsectionals, and spends probably too much time on social media (as well as reading and writing about it.)

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Centre’s SoO with HPC(D) not valid in Mizoram: Lalthanhawla

Aizawl, July 27 (PTI) Mizoram will not revive the Suspension of Operation (SoO) signed with the Hmar People’s Convention (Democrats), as it has signed one with the Centre.

Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla today told the state assembly that the Centre signed SoO with a number of ethnic insurgent groups in Manipur including Kuki, Hmar and Paite and the need did not arise to renew the SoO signed by the state government with the HPC-D in November last year.

Intervening in a discussion during the question hour, Thanhawla said that the SoO between the HPC-D and the Centre covered only Manipur and had not been extended to neighbouring states like Assam, Mizoram and Tripura.

Stating that the government would not allow balkanisation of Mizoram, he said,”That is why we created the Sinlung Hill Development Council with an executive order after signing the government-HPC accord, not a political council.

The HPC-D has been fighting for a homeland in eastern parts of Mizoram since 1986.

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No Admission in Hmarkhawlien

No Admission Hmarkhawlien

An veng hai leh chu an inhmu inkhat awm trak trak ngei!

Location: Hmarkhawlien, Cachar, Assam, India

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Deer Repellent Options

Trying to keep deer from destroying plants, crops and trees is nothing new. Over the years, a variety of different deer repellent strategies have been tried.

This post outlines the most effective deer repellent options available.
Fencing: It Can Work, But May Not Be the Best Solution
Traditional fencing may be effective at keeping deer out, but may not be the best choice for you.
Often people don’t want to detract from their landscape with fencing. Plus, installing fencing can be costly and time-consuming … not to mention the upkeep. If you’ve got a fence that needs repair, you’ve got a fence that isn’t keeping the deer out.
Deer have been known to jump over fences, some as even as 8 feet tall. Plus, to be most effective, fences need to completely enclose the area being protected. Just because you install a portion of a fence where there’s a deer path doesn’t mean the deer won’t simply find another way into your yard or garden.
If you don’t like the idea of installing fencing on your property, there are other forms of deer repellents that can work for you.
Motion Detector Sprinklers Designed for Repelling Deer 
There are motion detector sprinklers on the market today designed specifically for repelling deer.
When the sprinkler senses animal movement, it releases a sudden burst of water. The sudden burst, along sound and movement will scare deer and condition them to stay away.
The most effective motion detector sprinklers use infrared technology to identify heat, in addition to movement. Also, they’ll utilize a random pattern so deer don’t become accustomed to the spray blasts.
Static Shock to Repel Deer 
Another form of deer repellent is electronic. By administering a harmless static shock, deer will be conditioned to stay away.
Using deer bait, the electronic deer repellent will entice deer to touch it. More importantly, it will attract deer in the short range, not deer that are far away. Then, on contact, will release a static shock to frighten the deer.
It works year-round (even in the winter!), doesn’t require wires and is economical. Once the deer are conditioned to stay away from a particular area, the units can be moved to another location.
When choosing an electronic deer repellent, select one that:
  • Has a step-in stake design, which makes for easy installation
  • Covers at least 1,000 square feet
  • Doesn’t need the batteries changed often; there are models that only require battery changes once a year or less
Effective Liquid Deer Repellents 
Homemade concoctions of rotten eggs or hair are messy and smelly. Plus, they don’t hold up for long outdoors.
However, there are commercial deer repellent products that take advantage of deer’s sensitive sense of smell to keep them away, but in a solution that is easy-to-use and requires less frequent reapplication.
The most effective deer repellent products don’t just target the deer’s sense of smell, they also target their highly developed sense of taste, using garlic and capsaicin. When the deer taste the solution, they will immediately sense an irritation and stop eating the treated plants.
Michelle Anderson contributed this guest post. Passionate about animal control, she likes writing about deer repellent and how to effectively use traps, like a groundhog trap.
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Babul Rongmei killing: NgurSunthang Ngurte arrested

Silchar, July 26, 2011: Ngur Sunthang Ngurte, former chairman of Barak Valley Hill Tribes Development Council, whom the police was in search of in connection with the killing of Babul Rongmei, was arrested this morning at around 8 am from his residence at Hmarkhawlein in Lakhipur subdivision.

It is to be recalled that Babul Rongmei, chairman of the council, was killed on July 10 at his Sabashpur residence near Silchar Medical College and Hospital by an assailant identified as Blesson Golmei, self-styled second Lieutenent of NSCN (K) along with his two accomplices. While Blesson was nearly lynched to death, his two accomplices who are yet to be identified made their escape.

Just after the killing of Babul, Alimai Kamei, a former member of the council was arrested from his Fulertal house. When a police team led by SDPO of Lakhipur KK Barua went in search of Ngur Sunthang Ngurte, he was not present at his residence. Subsequently, two persons, identified as Hrishikesh Das and Saikat Paul Chowdhury were arrested from different areas of Silchar. While the former was the owner of a SIM card shop, the other produced fake documents to buy the SIM which was used by the assailant in his mobile set.

All three, Alimai Kamei, Hrishikesh Das and Saikat Paul Chowdhury were later sent to jail. On specific information that Ngur Sunthang Ngurte was at his home, a police party in plain clothes led by sub inspector, Lakhipur Police Station, Gitesh Bhattacharjee surrounded his residence and took him into custody. He was handed over to Ghungoor Police Outpost near here for interrogation. He was arrested with reference to case no. 1094/2011 U/S 448,302,34 (IPC), R/W 25 (1B) Arms Act on the basis of the FIR filed by the wife of Babul Rongmei, Themlu Rongmei, on July 11, 2011.

Source: The Sentinel

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Jul 26, 2011

What is Google+ and Why it is better than Facebook?

Google Plus is Google's new social network. But why start a Google Plus account when you already have a Facebook account? Well, Facebook was developed on the premise that everyone is your "friend" which isn't how your social circles work in real life. Google plus is built so that you can intuitively break up all your connections into "circles" and treat each circle separately. (Facebook allows you to do some of the same things but the privacy settings are confusing and constantly changing.) Google Plus has a lot of slick features, but the biggest reason to open a Google Plus account is that if you use a lot of Google products you will inevitably get one some day.

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Hmarram Express Weekly News

CCPUR, July 25, 2011: Pherzawl ADC Headquarters-a inthawk “The Hmarram Express” Weekly News chu May 29, 2011 a inthawk khan insuo tan a ni ta a, Hmarram Chanchin hre nuomhai chun Mobile No. 09206137192/ 9206326837 le e-mail: hmarramexpress@yahoo.com haia ngaiven thei a nih tiin ei thu dawngna chun a hril.

Source: Hmasawnna Thar

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Jul 25, 2011

Sikhawvar: Let it shine first

Sikhawvar Magazine By Lalmalsawm Sungte

I am extremely happy to hear that a new Hmar magazine titled "Sikhawvar" (Morning Star) was coming out. However, over the past few days there have been both positive and mostly negative comments on how it will face the ‘battle of survival’. I would like to reply to both views, but I finally decide to write a piece which some may consider a counterview to those negative remarks.

Having been associated with a number of Hmar publications, I've seen their births and deaths. It is painful to let your loved ones go, but we do need to keep in mind that even the dead tree trunk can give life to mushrooms and chances for other trees to grow.    

Let me point out three facts of the matter which are hard to accept:-

  1. We are born to live ... and die.
  2. Nothing is permanent... change is imminent.
  3. Life is a struggle... not a bed of roses.

I think these three facts are more than enough to reflect the realities of the media scenario in the Hmar community.

When a new child is born ... do we not greet/send the parents good wishes? or Do we simply say, "Oh, that child is gonna live for 5 years or 80 years only".  I think we need to develop a positive attitude when a 'new child' is born to Hmar Press. It does matter how long 'the new born child' will live, but is it not too early to predict its death when it is still an infant?

The lifespan of a Hmar magazine is at most 3 - 5years and we need to give time for this 'new child' to grow first. Who knows it may live well beyond our dreams. Whether it cultivates a bad character, joins politics, becomes right-left-centre wing 'youth', etc., we'll have to wait and see.

Now is the time to simply say: "You have given birth to a wonderful 'child' with such a beautiful name 'Sikhawvar'. We wished you all the best. Bring 'him' up with care and love. Let ‘him’ live a long life!"

And, when/if the time comes for us to say "Goodbye Sikhawvar", we need to remember it deserved a decent ‘burial’ as well. Do we not say: "May his/her soul rest in peace with God" even when a drug addict or murderer dies? 

All the best to the Editor and his team!!!

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Jul 24, 2011

HSA President John Pulamte accident

Dr. John Pulamte, President, HSA General Headquarters chu Imphal tieng pan dinga Silchar anthawka Airport pan chu a chuongna Taxi a accident a, Lamina Hospital, Pailapool (Cachar, Assam) a admit a nih.

Lalremlien Neitham

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HMAR PEOPLE’S UNION FOR CIVIL LIBERTY Demands apology from “The Sentinel”

Hmarkhawlien, July 24:- In a statement issued from Hmarkhawlien, the Hmar People’s Union for Civil Liberty has demanded an apology from The Sentinel, a leading daily in Assam, for what it called an “insensitive reporting” over the murder of Barak Valley Hill Tribes Development Council chairman weeks ago.

Read the full statement below:-

Office of the
HMAR PEOPLE’S UNION FOR CIVIL LIBERTY
Hqtrs.: HMARKHAWLIEN, CACHAR, ASSAM
Contact-9401549450/9435912144
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Ref…………… Date: 23/7/2011
To
The Editor,
The Sentinel,
GS Road, Guwahati

Sub : Clarification
Ref. :
News item under the caption "BVHTDC Chairman killed” reported by a staff reporter and published in the esteemed daily The Sentinel on 11/7/2011(appearing on page 11)

Sir/Madam,
This press release is made in response to the news item under the caption "BVHTDC Chairman killed” reported by a staff reporter and published in the esteemed daily The Sentinel on 11/7/2011(appearing on page 11).

The reporter has allegedly provoked the peace-loving Hmars and Nagas by stating that the assassin who killed BVHTDC Chairman belongs to the Hmar community.

While strongly condemning the heinous murder of our respected Chairman, the HPUCL is strongly critical of the fabricated report/baseless allegation levelled against the second largest ethnic hill tribe in the Barak valley by the said reporter.

As per the following, the assassin belongs to NSCN (K) and not a member of the Hmar community:-
1. The signed press releases issued time and again by the NSCN (K) to many of the leading dailies on 12/7/2011 (including The Sentinel, page 9)and there-after;
2. The records maintained in the Mobile Hand Set and SIM Card belonging to the murderer and now in possession of the local Police;
3. People who have seen the assassin(s) on that fateful day say that the a language other than Hmar language was used in the conversations amongst the militants and between the assassin(s) and the deceased Chairman prior to the assassination;
4. The wife of the slain leader and locals at the site of the compound where the murder took place are all a witness to the whole incident.

In view of the aforesaid, HPUCL would like to state that:
1. The report published in the esteemed daily The Sentinel on 11/7/2011(appearing on page 11) is false, baseless, unfounded and provocative. This would be a recipe for discord amongst various ethnic groups in Barak valley.

2. Insensitive reporting in an esteemed daily on 2/3/2003 by vested interests on the kidnapping of DHD cadres by NSCN (IM) on February 26, 2003 has been the primary factor behind the Hmar-Dimasa conflict that led to the killing of many innocent lives by the DHD in NC Hill district.

3. The report published in the esteemed daily The Sentinel on 11/7/2011(appearing on page 11), therefore, is akin to sowing seeds of discords amongst the ethnic tribes in Barak valley;
4. There are vested interests in the Barak valley districts that have deeply ingrained thinking that the relations of the Hmar tribe with other ethnic groups in Barak valley are inherently and historically antagonistic.

5 The Hmars are targeted (by The Sentinel) for no fault of theirs or are being put in inconvenience by vested interests or communities following the murder of BVHTDC Chairman.

However, there are telling evidences of the long association of the Hmars with their ethnic brethren like Nagas, Manipuris and Barmans (Dimasas) to form a rare cultural fusion transcending all socio-economic, religious and political barriers in Barak valley.

HPUCL, therefore, demands the following:
1. The Sentinel Group (Printer, Publisher and Editor) should, within fifteen days from the date of this publication, tender an apology to the Hmars in particular for hurting their sentiment for no fault of theirs or else the community would approach the Court of law for defamation against the Group.

2. The government should no more play the passive role of a mere spectator while the Hmars are targeted for no fault of theirs or are being put in inconvenience by vested interests or communities but, instead, should come to their immediate help.

3.The Hmars, being rendered minority in each of the districts where they have been living from times immemorial, have been the political victims upto this day and, therefore, the peace loving Hmar people shall ever cry for their earliest rescue.

We, therefore, appeal to our friends in the print and electronic media to not mislead the people while reporting sensitive issue at this difficult time and stop silly reporting in larger public interest and do only calm reporting.

We also appeal to the state government to set up an inquiry commission under a sitting HC Judge to look into the circumstances leading to the assassination of BVHTDC Chairman.
We further appeal to the law and order machinery to look into the matter seriously and the HPUCL would extend all help to bring the culprit(s) to justice.

Thanking you.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/-
(GIDEON LALTHOMLIEN)
President
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Copy for favor of information to:
1. Deputy Commissioner, Cachar for favor of his kind information.
2. Deputy Commissioner, Karimganj for favor of his kind information.
3. Deputy Commissioner, Hailakandi for favor of his kind information.
4. Superintendent of Police, Cachar for his kind information and necessary action.
5. Superintendent of Police, Karimganj for his kind information and necessary action.
6. Superintendent of Police, Hailakandi for his kind information and necessary action.
7. DIPRO, Cachar for information and publicity.
8. DIPRO, Karimganj for information and publicity.
9. DIPRO, Hailakandi for information and publicity.

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BAWI CHU A PU NEKIN A ROPUI NAWH

Bible chang: Johan.13:16

Ziektu: Pu Zarzolien Keivom.

Ei chang thlang “Bawi chu a pu nekin a ropui nawh” ti hi a hrilna tukvera inthoka bi chun inngaitlawmna thu tieng nek hmanin bawi ropui nawzie tieng hi ei hril uor tum lem a nih. Bawi hi tu lai chu hmu ding an vang ta a, Mizorama ngei khom kum 1914 March khan Borsap J.Hezlett thusuoka suktawp a ni tah. Bawi ngirhmun hi inhnuoi tak, ran le mihriem inkara mi an nih ti inla ei hril uor taluo ring a um nawh. Thuthlunghlui hunah lem khan chu thuomhnaw ang chaua an ngai khom niin a’n lang. Tu khomin a bawipa amanih a bawinu amanih hmola a vuok hlum chun ama chu hrem ngei ding a nih; sienkhom ni khat ni hni hnunga a hung inkang nawk ruok chun hrem lo ding a nih, bawi chu a pu thil nei laia mi ani sia a ti chu (Exodus. 21; 20-21). Bawngchal huoiin bawinu amanih bawipa amanih a sikhlum chun bawi neitu kuomah tangka shekel sawmthum peng an ta, bawngchal chu deng hlum ning a ta, a neitu ruok hrem lo ding a nih. Chuong ang khop chun bawi ngirhmun chu an hnuoi a, an lu man khom shekel sawmthum chau a ni chu. Bawi chu zor le inchawk thei thuomhnaw ang chauh an nih. Bawi chun tangka suma intlan thei le suok thei hun a nei khoma a pu a lunginsiet a, a kuomah um zing a la nuom phot chun a pu chun roreltu hmaah kul kotkhar bieng bulah thir zumin a na verpek a ta, a dam sungin a pu bawi ni tang a tih.

Tiena ei thlatu Adam le Evi lung inmawl leiin suol bawiah ei lo intang ta a, chatuona hrem ding ei lo ni tah. Chu suol bawia inthawka min tlan suok thei ding hlak chu vanah tu khom an um naw a, hnuoia le hnuoi sungah khom an um bok naw leiin Johan khom a tap ngawi ngawi a nih ti Thupuog 5 ei tiem chun ei hmuh. Tu ta ding khoma a danglam nawh, Mi po poin thilsuol an thaw a, Pathien ropuina an chang thei ta si nawh ti Rom 3:23 a ei hmu angin Pathien ropuina chang zo ta lo suol suoka zor ei lo ni tah, ei ngirhmun an hnuoi ta hle a nih. Lalpa chun vana inthokin ama zongtu mi var an um am ti hmu tumin hringmihai a mi zuk thlir a, Naw tieng an pet hmang vong a, hlemhlenain an sip a, thil thra thaw pakhat bek khom an um nawh” a ti a nih (Sam.14;2-3). Rom 3:13-18 ei tiem chun, an hnuk chu thlan inhong a na, an leiin hlemna thu a hril a, an hmurin rûl tûr a pai a, an bau trongsie le thu khain a sip a, thisen insuo dingin an ngal a zâng a, an fena photah sietna le rinumna a tlung a, remna lampui an hriet nawh, an mit mengah Pathien tina an nei hrim hrim nawh” a ti thlawt el a nih.

Ei nina indik tak chu suol suoka zor tah, châkna suol le inhnarna chi tinrenga sip ei lo ni tah leiin ei thil chàkna le inhnarna hai chun tê pâiin suol a hring a, suol chun taksa le thlarau thina chen a hung intlungtir hlak a nih. Chuong ang chauha chàu le ngirhmun inhnuoi tak, chatuona hrem dinga lekhabu ziela hming chuong, inchikna suoi pasaria nam le char khum tlat hai chu Pathienin a hmangai em leiin a nau pakhat nei sun chu intlanna dingin a hung pek tah a nih. Pathien chu inpakin um raw se. Ei thlatuhaia inthoka nun dan inhnuoi tak le chau taka inthok chun thil se thei tangka le rangkachaka intlan khom ni loin beramte hmêl hem lo le soisel bo Krista thisen hlua intlan ei lo ni tah ti 1Peter1:18&19 ah ei hmuh. A va hang ropui ngei de aw!. Suol bawia inthoka zalen dingin Krista chun a mi’n suo a, suok ringkol bat ta lo dingin ngir nghet ei tiu. Chuong ang lawma Pathien hmangaina ropui chu ngaitha lo a, sawt naw te sunga dinga suol inhoitirna thlakhla le hmangai lo ding le Setan bawia dam sunga um dinga ei nakawr inverter ve lo dingin fimkhur ei tiu.

Isu ringtuhai hi mi enton le thlir tak ei ni leiin mi sukhnoktu taphot le mi khuoptu suol chu thè thlain ei hma tienga intlansieknaa chun sel takin tlan ei tiu. Mosie ang khan, Setan bawipa le bawinu nia hun sawt naw te sunga suol inhoitirna chen nek chun Pathien hminga suol thilthaw hai chu do le tuor thlang lem hlak ei tiu, Hmutheilo hmutuhai ei ni si a. Bawi chu a pû nêkin a ropui naw ang bokin ringtuhai hin pu nepnawi, ei chunga thu neitu ei la hau talaw lei hin Pathien malsawmna ei dong ding le chang ding tam tak chanin, natna tuor lo ding chen tam tak tuorin thina chen ei tuok pha hlak. Tulai kohran thruoitu le mi tam takin ringnaa insang taka eiin ngai lai zing hin suol ringkol ei bat treuh hlak leiin Pathien hming chen ei ni lai hrilsietin a um hlak nin an lang.

Pathien ngaiah suol a chin a lien ti a um nawh. Nangin a chin a lien i thre thei naw a, i ngaidan kha Pathien ngaidan a ni bok nawh. Ruihlo khom a thra deu le a thra naw deuh ti Pathienin a nei le, damdawi i ching zongsak naw lei el in talap, sikhar, khaini, zu, kuva etc ching mi i lo ni chun thra bikin inngai naw rawh. “Pathien chengna tempul in ni le Pathien Thlarau nangniah a cheng ti in hriet naw am a ni? Mi tu khomin Pathien tempul chu a sukkhawhlo chun Pathienin ama khom sukkhawhlo veng a tih, Pathien chengna tempul chu a thienghlim si a; chu tempul chu nangni in nih” ti Rom.3:16&17. ah ei hmuh. Pathien hi hmusit chi a ni nawh. I tù ra kansar le chuop trawlnain a hmuok zing thei che a nih ti ngaituo chieng rawh.

Inruithei i chîng naw lei elin thra deuin lo inngai pal rawi i ti aw! Tangka hi ei mamaw hle lai zing hin ngainat taluo hi suol tinreng bul le milem biekna a nih ti khom hi ngaituo sa ding a nih. Kut tling loa sum laklut dam, a thiem lem thiemnaw inchangtir dinga thamna lak dam, mani chan bak ding hlepruk dam, mani taksa chen inzor hai dam hi Pathien ngaiin suol tawpkhawk an nih ti Baibul hmun tam takah ziek a nih. Hmu thei thilhai chu bo nawk el ding an ni a , hmu thei lo thilhai ruok chu chatuona ding an nih ti hre zingin ringtuhai hi khawvel suolna tuipui chungah thieng le thieng lo inkâra ei inleng lai hin, ei ringna bul le sukfamkimtu Krista Isu tieng en zingin ei hmatienga intlansiekna uma hin sel takin tlan ei tiu.

Bawi chu a pû nekin a ropui nawh ti hre zingin inruithei le sum le pai bawia intang lo dingin tiemtu po po ditsakna insang tak kan hlan.

KEIVOM RUN (Greater NOIDA)

23 July 2011.

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Jul 23, 2011

Now a Hmar Matrimonial Group on Facebook

Hmar Matrimonial Facebook Group (Small)Don’t be surprised! Anything ‘chalta hai’ generation youngsters are hitting social networking sites like never before to have fun or simply to pass their time… wait they maybe as well be looking for a suitable partner if one is to go by the creation of a Hmar Matrimonial Group on Facebook.

The number of Hmar-based groups on popular networking site Facebook is growing and now there are groups like Hmar, Tuolte Vanglai, Hmar Youth Association, Evangelical Assembly Church, Guwahati Hmar, Virthli, Inpui, etc.

Hmar Matrimonial Group  created by Nick Inbuon appears to be attracting one and all. There are already 92 members. Checkout if you are curious to know more. Hmar Matrimonial Group.

What is your view about this group? Say what you have to say in the comment box below.

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TRTCS in Hmar Hills a motor lut A khap

Office of the
TIPAIMUKH ROAD TRANSPORT CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD.
Regd. Office:Rengkai, Churachandpur, Manipur-795128
(Regd. No. : 01/Co-Op/09/CCP of 2009)
Contact No. 9863736654/9436323693/9862278226
INHRIETTIRNA
21/7/2011

Tipaimukh Area V/A Union haiin Hmarbiel a Motor Bahara suktlawm dinga T.R.T.C.S a an hung intlun hi, Society le V/A Union hai chun \umhni lai in\hungkhawma hriltlangna nei a ni ta a. Society Board chun iengkim Calculation a thaw vawng hnungin tuta ngirhmun a hin chu Hmarbiel a Motor Bahara hi a suk tlawm thei hrinaw leiin, Bahara chu a ngai a la fe phawt ding in a rel a nih. Hi society thu tlukna an hriet hnung a V/A Union hai in Chanchinbu a an thu insuo hi Society chun mak a ti in a hrietthiem thei nawh. Chuleiin V/A Union haiin chanchinbu a an thu insuo hi Chanchinbu bawka an sut hma chu Hmarbiel a Motor tlan/Service/lut hrim hrim Date 22-7-2011 (Friday) a inthawk thu nawk um hma po chu phal a ni ta nawh a. Hi thu pawisa lo a lut lui hai chu an chungah thil iengkhawm lo tlung sien Society in mawphur naw nih.

Hi thu le inzawm hin Society chun 24-7-2011 hin General Body Meeting a ko a, member po po kim taka fe seng ding in Chanchinbu hmangin inhriettir nghal ei nih.

A hmun : Pu Zothansang In, Rengkai
A hun : 12:00PM (Sunday)
Sd/- Ela Sungte
( 22, 23) Information Secretary, T.R.T.C.S.

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Tipaimukh Dam in Manipur Electric harsatna hlipkieng A Tih: Ibobi

IMPHAL: CSIR, North East Insitute of Science & Technology, Jorhat hmalaknain DNA Clubs, DBT-TERI Mentoring Schools of North East hai kuoma Equipment Distribution Programme chu
zanikhan Officer’s Club, Lamphelpat, Imphal hmuna nei a nih. Hi programme-a hin Manipur Chief Minister, Pu O.Ibobi Singh khuollienin a \hang a, School hmangruo (Equipments) chi tum tumhai a sem a, Pu L. Nandakumar Singh, MLA le Dr P.G Rao, Director, CSIR, NEIST, Jorhat, Assam hai chu Guest of Honour le Functional President in an \hang.

Zanita hmangruo siemsuokhai lai hin Microscope, Binocular, Computer le Camera hai a \hang. Hieng hmangruo sema um hai hi Rs. 1 Crore manhu vel a nih. Hmangruo chi hran hran hai hi DNA Clubs School-a inzieklut Manipur a Schools 57 hai kuoma sem a nih. Hi Programme hi National Bio-Resource Development Board, Department of Biotechnology, New Delhi, Govt. of India sponsored, Prime Minister’s 100 Days Programme hnuoia mi a nih.

Hi Programme hin NE biela School hran hran 361 a huop sa a, Manipur State a inthawk Schools 57 an \hang ve. NE biela Bio-Resource le inzawma Bio-Technology Sustainable Utilization a hung um theina ding inthuk lem a hung rasuok beisei a nih.

Pu O.Ibobi Singh in hi huna thuhrilna a neinaa chun hieng thuhai hi a hril: Vawisuna School hmangruo chi tum tum sema um hai hin Manipur State sunga Schools 57 haia Technical hmangruo tlaksamna sukkiem a ta, chu baka Natural Resource le inzawma Educational kalhmang indik le \ha a hung inumtir ding a nih.

Hi Programme hin Natural Resources le inzawm hin inchuklaihai hrietna le thiemna chi hran hran hung pe belsang a tih. India hmarsak biel mihai damsuokna ding Ecology le Natural Resources ah an nghat leiin ei venghim tlat a \ul a nih. Manipur in electric power supply a tlasam hle a, Tipaimukh Multipurpose Project hi sukpuitling a hung ni pha leh Manipur ram mipui hai le a ram ta dingin thil \angkai takel hung intlun a ta, Manipur a electric power harsatna le tlaksamna hi a hung hlipkieng ding a nih tiin Pu O.Ibobi Singh chun a hril.

Courtesy:- Hmasawnna Thar

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How to watch Hmar Videos on Inpui.com

Here’s a video tutorial on how you can watch Hmar videos from Inpui’s Wibiya Toolbar. Have something funny and creative clips? Send your video links to admin@inpui.com or lalmalsawm@yahoo.com.

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PIENGCHAM LAWMNA

By L.Keivom

The longer I live the more beautiful life becomes. -Frank Lloyd Wright

Zirtawpni, July 15, 2011 khan cheng nuoi chuong daih senga Aizawl tlanga ka piengcham voi 72-na lawmna le ka thu ziek a thren thlang khawm, a bua an siem L.KEIVOM THUKHAWCHANG Vol.1 tlangzarna prokram Zolife Infotech le ZOlife Magazine neitu Lalremruata Varte-in a buotsai chu I&PR Auditorium-ah kan hmang a, a pui chem chem khop el. Hieng anga tlang punga piengcham lawmna siem hi zoram khawvel Jerusalema a um voikhatna niin an hril.

Information & Public Relations Auditorium hi Aizawl khawpui laili Treasury Square-a um, mi 300 inlengna le fangson ropui le poimaw an hmang ropna hlak a nih. A hluo mawi tawk mi an hung naw kan inlau laiin, thawk le khatah kan sip vong a. Thrungna daw theina hmun po poah an daw sap hnung khomin thrungna chang naw pawl veranda-ah an la ngir tlim hmur a nih. Mi hung lawmpuituhai hi Civil Services-a ka ruol hlui hai, chanchinbu mihai, thu ziek tienga hmingthang le inlâr hai, hla phuoktu, hla sak thiem le an rawl mawi taka zoram khawvel kum tam lo awi tleitu, entirnan Siampuii Sailo, Vanhlupuii, Sailothangi Sailo, Lalhungchhungi, Zosangliani le a dang dang hai, YMA thruoituhai, students’ organization hrang hrang MZP, MSU, HSA le hnam tina zirlai pawl thruoituhai, thiemna tienga inhmang mihai, khawtlang le hnam thila mi poimaw hai le mi dang dang, an theina le chemkalna zawnga chuh Aizawl tlanga “Kei ka nih” inti ngam deuh thral an nih. Mi poimaw, ruol hlui tam tak, lungrila fiel, sienkhom prokram buotsaituhaiin an fiel ve lohai chu pawlitiks bu zawla inchirthehai an nih.

Prokram buotsaituhai hi an fimkhur bok a, hla sak dinga an fielhai khom an hla sak ding an thlangpek diem a, chuong hlahai chu zoram khawvel tieng ngha vong a nih. Ramhlun South YMA Zaipawlin ka hla phuok ‘Dar ang lengna’ (Kan tlangram mawi) thiem taka sakin hun an hong a, sikhlim a puor sung sung a, lungriem mitthli a mor suok naw thei nawh. Kum khat lai lo inbi hmang tah Malsawmtluangi Fanai (MS-i) kei thona ding remchanga prokram duongtuhaiin an hriet leiin hla pahnih, Zorampela phuok “Kan ram tan i thawk ang u” (Dar ang lenna kan Zoram hi) ti le Damhauhva phuok ‘Zun phur thing tin par’ a sak a, a hnè rep rep ngei el. Tu laia hla sak thiem inlar dang Zoramchhani-in V.Thangzama hla phuok ‘Khuavel i la chhing ngei ang” (Aw ka pianna leh ka seilienna ram) a sak chu, lungril le thlaraua rawl tawp suoa a sak a ni bok a, a bâk hang beisei chuong ding um lo khopin a bun suok thiem a nih. Hi hla phuoktu hi ka hnung taka inthrung a na, mitsirin ka hang en a, a lung a tlu zàn niin ka hriet. Ei hla phuok ngei thiem tak le mawi taka an sak ngaithlak hin chu piengcham lawm ve Herod Antipas ang khan phungsor a, mani ram zatve hiel khom pek ei intiem nuom el a nih (Mk 6:23).

Thuhrilna hun pek bik, IAS pensioner le ziek mi Lalhmingliana Saiawi le Mike Lalmanzuala hai; ka lekhabuhai mi sutpektu (publisher) MC Lalrinthanga le khawla lo suttu (printer) V.L.Zaikima hai; lekhabu thlir lawkna hriltu C.Lalawmpuia Vanchiau, Desk Editor ZOlife magazine le lekhabu tlangzartu, Mizorama IAS tling hmasa tak Lalkhama, tuta Vice Chairman, State Planning Board ni lai hai; ka thu ziekhai tlang thlirtu, Saptronga tienami Zotronga inlet thiema hmingthang P.L.Liandinga le ‘Keivom le Zofate Insuihkhawmna’ ti hriltu Lalhruaitluanga Chawngte, Editor, Zozam Weekly hai hi anni chêtna huong le tlatna muol senga mi suongum le ram le hnam ta dinga mi trangkai an ni ang hrimin an thu vuok thlakhai khom rangkachak anga khìn nal vong a nih.

Rangoon-a ka um laia inthoka thu le hlaa ka rongbawlpui Krawsthanga-in lungdum taka ka piengcham lawmna dinga hlahril sei tak a phuok insamtu, naupang suongum, Elizabeth Malsawmtluangi, kum 10 mi chauh, Kids Care School, Ramhlun (South) a kai chu suong a um top. Ni kum (June 8, 2010) a JF Laldailova hrietzingna inkopa Aizawla a lekha ziek ‘German Ral Run le Thu Ngaihnawm Dangte’ kan tlangzar trum khoma Mafa-in JFL sûnna hla sei tak el a phuok, mawi tak le lung kuoi taka insamtu chu ama bok hi a nih. Mi bîk a ni ang hrima Zoram khawvel cheimawitua hung seilien pei dingin Lalpan a nun huol him raw se.

Hi piengcham lawmna le a bebawm thilhai hi a hrana lekhabua siem khop a ni leiin, a kimchang lem chuh chu hun danga ziek dingin maksan inla. Ka piengcham zana ka tlungna mihrang L.H. Thanga in ‘Rimawi Run’ a hlimna ruoi kan thre lem chu, thua ziek suok thei ni sien, a tiem le ngaithla taphot zer sukfar ngei ngei a tih. A dangdaina pakhat chu, ka piengcham mi lawmpui dinga hung taphotin mani piengchama an hung nei seng el khah a nih. Piengcham lawmna le a hnung ni hni pumhlum, July 18 le 19-a ruolthar mi thiem, ram le hnam invoi le a damna ding zongtu pawl le kan inpawl khawmnaa kan thu le hla thruoitu tak chu hnam dam khawsuokna dinga insuikhawm a poimawzie dam, ram hrang hranga cheng Zo hnathlakhai mi suikhawmtu hmangraw thra tak chu thu le hla a nizie dam le Zoram khawvel hi a taka inchangtir ding chun tuta inthoka chi hlu tu a, kuo suot a, thrang la hung thar pei ding haiin lampui lien lem an hung sât pei theina ding sirbi nghet rempek dam a nih.

Ka piengcham lawmna hi chanchinbu le television-in an insuo nasa hle a. Chuonghai laia zoram khawvel huopa thedartu chu LPS (Laldailova Pachuau & Sons) a nih. Anni hih thu le hla hmanga nasa taka zoram khawvel zauhtu le keikhawmtu, ambassador ropui tak an nih. An thu puongtu zei tak Zikpuii chu ka piengcham lawmna nia prokram vongtu a ni a, a hnesaw kher el. Ram hmasawnnaa sinthaw chu ni sien, a trongbau suok tina cheng maktaduoi per suok pawl laia mi ni ngei a tih. Thomas Gray hla phuok Elegy written in a country churchyard- a

Full many a gem of purest ray serene

The dark unfathom'd caves of ocean bear:

Full many a flower is born to blush unseen,

And waste its sweetness on the desert air

tia a lo hril dam kha a mi zuk inhriet suoktir vong vong a. Ei chengna le ngirhmun zir naw leia mi hmingthang le ropui tak tak ni thei ding si, sienkhom hmun kilkhawra tu hriet hlaw mang loa lunghlu tlang inthup le par mawi thamral el tah ei va hang tam awm de aw! Chu thu chuh hun remchangah la sep ei tih.

Thil dang hril sei ta loin, Birthday Cake cutting kan thaw zoin kan nu aiin Lala Khobung ruolnu, nu fel le vengva Lalruot-in thu ropui tak insam pumin cake her khat a mi’n ba a. Chu zoah stage-a kai po an renga ditsakna cake kan ba hnung chun a hnuoia piengcham thucha ka ziek lawk chu ka tiem a:

“Ka piancham vawi 72-na min lawmpui tura lo kal zawng zawng hmangaihna leh duhsakna chibai ka buk a che u.

Hetiang thleng thleng min hruaitu Pathian chungah ka lawm em em. Zofate hi Zofa leh Amah ngei faa min siamtu leh dintu, kan Lalpa hi a thra e; ngil a nei kumkhua si a. Amah vang chauha khawvel leh a chhunga awmte hi nung leh che leh awm kan ni. Maurawkela zawng khuang thiltihtheihna tluklehdingawn let tam kawltu, thil awm lo pawh awmtir theitu, ‘Thi rawh, pip’ a tih chuan thawklehkhata thi pip vek thei kan ni bawk. Lei hîpna thä (gravitational pull) ringawt pawh hi minit khat lek la bo se, chawplehchilhin chhiatpui kan tawk rup a ni mai. Kan hla phuah thiam Tawia’n,

A hmangaihna zarah nungin damin kan awm a,

Mahse a hmangaih kan hai fo va

a tih ang khan i hai ve lo ang u. A hnenah lawmthu awm rawh se.

Duhsakna vohchuam min hlantu leh hetiang lawmna ropui mai ni lo, ka thu ziak thlan khawm threnkhat lehkhabua min buatsaihsaktu, ZOlife hringtu leh tivultu, Tv. Lalremruata Varte leh a thawhpuite chungah ka lawm takzet a ni. Hetiang tih nachang an hriat hi mak ka ti a, anmahni finna leh hringhriatna vang ringawt ni loin, thlarau thrain a hriattir vang a nih ngei ka ring. An chungah a lêt tam takin Lalpan a thratna vur rawh se.

Zofate Jerusalem, Aizawl tlangah hetiang hian ka piancham kan lawm ang tih hi mumangah pawh ka la man phak loh thil a ni a. “Tawnmang maiah chan ka phal si lo” tih thukhawchang piah ramah, a tak ngei, a hringhrana hetiang hun ka tawn tak mai hi vanneihna leh malsawmna chungchuang a ni. Tunah chuan kum 72 mi kha a leh a lingin kum 27-ah min hruai kir leh zawng a nih tak mai hi! Min lawmpui tura lo kal, min duhsaktu leh ka duhsakte chungah ka lawm takmeuh meuh a ni. In va han tilawmawm tak em!

Ka thriannu Dari, Delhi tlanga kan ‘rûn lumtu’ leh kan fate pali, khawvel hmun hrang hrang London, Wellington, New York leh Serampore-a khawsate pawhin duhsakna chibai an buk a che u. Vawiin hian kan zingah rawn tel ve chak hle mahse kan awmna a inkarkîk êm avangin chu chu taksa ramah thil theih a ni lo. Mahse, rilru leh thlarauin kan zingah an tel ve reng a ni tih in lo hriat ka duh a ni. Kan chhungkua hi ni tla seng lo ram huapa Zoram khawvel zauhtute zingah Pathianin min dah ve avangin kan vannei chungchuangin ka hria. Zofaten kea kan rah phak apiang leh kan ngaihtuahna thla kiin a hawlh phak chin tawh phawt chu kan ram a ni tih hi kan theihnghilh tur a ni lo. Vairengte hi kan ramri tawpna a ni mai lo tih pawh i hre reng ang u. Khawvela khawpui lian ber berah Zo Enterprise hrang hrang lo la ding thluah turah i mitthla ang u. Uan thu chang lo se, chu chu Pathian zarah ka fanu, Saidana piang ve mai chuan, Kumpinu khawzawl London-ah a tran dêr tawh a ni.

Ka fate leh min duhsaktu tam takin ka chanchin ziak turin min ngen thrin a. Kum 1993-a Milana ka awm laiin ka piancham niin PIANCHAM TITI ka ziak tran a, khawlchhuta phek 55 ka ziak hman a. Chhura favang buh ena a tlangpui chauh lawr ka nih avangin 1969 thleng ka ban hman a, Foreign Service ka luh hma chiahin ka tawpsan a, tun thleng hian ka la chhunzawm hman rih lo a ni. Ka ziak chhunzawm ngai a nih chuan, Zofate tana ka hmathlir leh beisei, khawvel hmun hrang hranga ka thil hmuh leh tawn atranga ka ngaihtuahna vak vel, Zo ziarang pu renga khawvel kan tawn dan tur ka suangtuah thrinte chu thrang lo thar zelte tana ka hnutchhiah duh berte zinga mi a ni ang.

He khawvela rei lo tê kan cham chhung hian mi tinin tawnhriat engemaw sawi tur kan nei threuh a. Chung kan tawnhriatte chuan chhimbal angin rawng hrang hrang an pu a. Chumi infawk khawm chuan hnam ziarang a siam a. Zofate ziarang pawhin Zozia a pu a, a pu zêl turah ngai ila. Chumi Zo zia chu thingtlanga seilian chin chuan kan pu nghet hlein ka hria a. India sorkar hna sang thawk tura UPSC lak, kan Aigupta Vairampur hmun hrang hranga thawk, Zo zia la pu reng tlat, keimahni ang te hi chumi boruaka seilian chu kan ni tlangpui. Mahse, kan fate dinhmun erawh danglam tak a ni tawh. Chumi khawvel kan pal chhoh dan leh kalkawnga harsatna hrang hrang kan tawhte emaw, kan tawn tlang dante emaw leh kan ram leh hnam tana ka hmathlir te chu autobiography ka ziak ngai a nih chuan ka thu khûkpui duh ber a nih ka ring.

Chumi dinhmun chu Vairampur hmun hrang hranga chengten kan pal vek a, a pilril deuha awm fate phei chuan trùlna avangin mother tongue thar an chhawm chhuak lo thei lo a ni. Kan fate mother tongue pawh English a ni daih tawh. Chu chu thil mak ni loin thil makmawh, an khawsakna boruak nghawng chhuah a ni. Chumi khawvela an dam khawchhuah emaw leh mi dang el pha a, rual an ban emaw khûm dawn chuan thil trul makmawh a ni. Nu trawng hmang tawh loh mah se, Zo an nihna erawh a bo lo a, Zo zia leh rilru an la pu reng a, mi kara cheng an nih avangin an rilru a Zo deuh mah zawk emaw tih tur a ni.

Chu chu a nih laiin, Zo zia ni tura kan ngaih leh pawm erawh a inang lo thluah ang. A nih leh Zo zia kan tih ber chu enge ni ta ang? Zo zia pu reng siin khawvel hriata mi hausa, thiltithei, mi lian leh hmingthang a nih theih em? Marwari chuan, eng anga hausa tawntaw pawh ni se, khawiah pawh awm se, a nihna leh khawsak dan, a zepui, sumdawn thiamna leh a pi leh pute atranga sakhua leh kalchar inzirtirna leh inthununna thra a rochungte chu puin a kengkawh reng ang. Zonu leh Zopa pawhin kan tana thil thra tinreng kan nuna kan lak luh rualin, kan Zo zepui, chhimbal anga kan hnam leh khawtlang cheimawitu, Rokunga’n ‘nunna par’ a tih, tlawmngaihna nun hi kan pu ve reng turah ka ngai. Tlawmngaihna ziarang zinga pawimawh ka tih êm êm pakhat chu tlawm bik nih duh lohna, rual elna emaw khûm tumna rilru (competitive spirit) a ni. Kan vanglai ve hun khan hemi rilru hi kan pu nasa hlein ka hria a, India ram tlangmite zingah chuan Zofate kha IAS tling hmasa ber leh Civil Services ekzamah hnam dang chung-en kan ni. Thrangtharten chumi rilru chu pu zual sauh se a va duhawm êm!

Ka hmathlir leh beisei ram chu hei hi a ni. Pathianin hnam ropui taka Israelte a din dawn chuan ram hnianghnar zawk leh finna leh thiamna tinrenga hmasawn leh changkang zawk Aigupta ramah a tîr thla dial mai a ni. Kum 430 an awm hnuah hnama chhiar tham an nih tawh avangin hruaitu ropui tak Mosia hmangin a hruai chhuak a, Sinai thlaler-ah kum 40 zet hnam trening sikul a hawnsak a, an ram an luah leh ta a ni. Zofate pawh ram chhengchhiaa awm kan ni a, hnam ropuia kan indin chhuah dawn chuan kan Aigupta hmun hrang hranga an thiamna leh finna zir a, an hausakna hmanga dinhmun kan invoh hmasak phot a ngai. Kan ram mamawh nena inzawm thiamna leh hausakna kan khawl khawm hunah, kan ramah kirin a siam thrat nan kan hmang ang a, kan la tivul dawn a ni. Hemi thuruk hi ka fate thinlungah triahtir ka tum tlat a, ka thurochhiah ding reng chu a ni. Chu chu Zoram khawvela cheng zawng zawng ka chah duh chu a ni bawk.

July 15 hi kum bul atranga ni 196-na a ni a, kum tawp hmain ni 169 a la awm a, a ni zat nambar belh khawm chuan 16 ve ve a ni. Kumin hi kum mak tak, July thla chhunga Zirtawpni, Inrinni leh Pathianni vawi nga threuh a awm kum a ni a. Numerologists leh astrologers ho chuan hetiang hi kum 823 danah chauh a thleng thrin an ti. Chumi awmzia chu a thlen hmasakna chu AD 1188, kan thlahtuten Kawlphai an lo luh hma pawh a ni mai thei. Kum 2834-ah a thleng leh chauh dawn a ni. Chumi hunah chuan Zo hnam hi kan la dam khawchhuak ang em? Keivom thlahte piancham an la lawm ang em? Khawi ram leh hmunah nge, khawvel huapin nge an lawm ang? Chu chu zawhna chhan har tak, chhan chakawm tak si a ni. Pherzawl tlang atranga kum rei lo te chhunga keimahni chhungkaw darh zau hman dan hi tehna funga kan hmang a nih chuan, a chhanna chu chhanna hlimawm a ni ang. Malsawmtu, Engkim Lalpa leh Siamtuin mal a sawm hian tribal quota emaw reservation emaw, eng kuata mah a hmang ve lo a, tu mitmei mah a veng bawk hek lo tih kan hriat ka duh.

Hetiang kum pawimawh leh chhinchhiah tlak kuma Aizawl tlangah ngei ka piancham kan hman mai hi nihlawh ka inti a, ka lawm takzet a ni. Mi rawn hmanpuitu zawng zawng Lalpan mal sawm che u rawh se.

(Camp: Aizawl, July 15, 2011)

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How to Tell if Your Family is Ready for a Puppy

Puppy_Uite_HmarMicah Castro, Guest Writer for Inpui.com
When you have a family getting a dog is a big decision. There is a lot that you need to take into consideration before you take the plunge and get a puppy. You’ll likely be facing added pressure from your children as you’re trying to make a decision so you need to be sure you weigh your options carefully.
There’s no doubt that pets can be very therapeutic but they can also be a lot of work. If you and your family are ready, then a new puppy can be a great addition to your home. When you do get a puppy, however, your children will undoubtedly become quite attached, so to best avoid heartbreak you should make sure that you’re absolutely ready. Here are a few things to consider when deciding if your family is ready for a new canine friend:-
  • Do We Have Room? You have to make sure that you have adequate room for a dog before you purchase one. Puppies have lots of energy and need room to run around. While it is possible to own a dog while in a small apartment you’ll want to make sure that you have enough space outside to make up for the lack of interior space. A large dog friendly grassy area is a must for dog owners in apartments.
  • Do We Have Time? Is your schedule packed with work, driving the kids around, or other errands? Raising and training a puppy takes a lot of time and dedication. If you can’t be consistent when you’re training them it will be a lot harder for them to learn. Owning a dog should be enjoyable and not stressful.
  • Are the Kids Old Enough? Timing is really important when it comes to getting a dog. If you have infants in your house you may want to wait until they get a little bit older. It does depend on the breed, but some dogs have the instinct to show dominance over small children. There’s no comparing a child’s life to your dog’s, so you want to make sure that all unnecessary risks are removed. As well when you’re children are older you can ask them to help you with caring for the dog. You can teach them responsibility as they learn to care for their animal.
  • Can We Afford a Dog? The upfront cost of a dog can vary depending on the breed, and you don’t have to spend a fortune to get a great dog. You should take into consideration the costs of feeding the dog, and taking care of it if it gets sick. Vet bills can get very expensive and once you’re attached to a dog you may feel obligated to pay for pet healthcare that you really can’t afford. 
If you can answer yes to these questions then it very may well be time for your family to get a puppy. Getting a dog should never create a financial burden for you or your family. With a little planning and preparation you can make sure that transition of getting a puppy goes smooth for the whole family.
Micah Castro is a freelance writer for JacksonWhite Attorneys at Law. JacksonWhite's experienced Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney has helped many people facing financial difficulties gain a fresh start in life.
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How a Japanese Search Engine Goo Works (Funny Video)

This is how a Japanese search engine GOO.NE.JP works. Take a look at one of their advertisements.

 

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Jul 21, 2011

How to use Inpui.com Chatroom (Video Guide)

Inpui.com a inthawk in Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo le MySpace account hmanga chatting thaw thei a ni tah. Public chatroom bakah Facebook a mani ruolhai leh khawm in chat thei zing a nih. A thaw dan hrefie nuom hai chun a hnouia video hi en thei a nih. Inpui.com chatroom hmang tangkai dingin tiemtu hai ei in fiel.

 

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Delete all your emails in Yahoo

This video will sow you how to delete all your emails in your Yahoo account. Good for people who joined Groups like Hmar Yahoo Groups and other Yahoo groups. If you are too lazy or don't have the time to delete your emails one by one just watch the video and follow the steps. 

Now Here’s the video. Hope you like it, even though there is no voice in it.

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Hmar Students’ Association, Jt Hqrs Aizawl Press Release

HMAR STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION
Jt Hqrs. Aizawl
PRESS STATEMENT
25 June, 2004

Mizote himna tawk leh Vai (non–tribals) te laka kan hnam humhalh theitu Trading Regulation kan neih hma a Mizoram sawrkarin sales tax a lak dodalin zirlaipawl (MSU) chuan jail chhungah chawngheiin an nawra. Chutilai mekin Central sawrkarin sales tax latura nataka Mizoram sawrkar a rawn vau zui tak avangin Uniform Floor rate a sales tax lak a nita a. Hemi chungchangah hian zirlaipawl, Central sawrkar leh Mizoram sawrkarte hian an mahni zawn theuhah an tihtur diktak an ti a nih chuan mipuite kan inngaihtuah chian a tul hle ang.

Trading Regulation thatawk/mumal leh kan himna tawk kan neilo chung pawha Sales tax pelo theilo dinhmuna kan ding a nih chuan thil pawi tak a ni ang. Chubakah Mizote tana inhungbingna tha tawkleh vai (non-tribals) te laka min humhalh tlat theitur Trading Regulation hi phuttlat thei dinhmunah kan ding tak tak tawhlo a nih chuan kan inngaihtuah chian a hun hle ang.
Mizoram leh Mizote inhumhimna atana dan kan lo nei tawhte han tarlang ila:

1. District Council hunlaia Vai sumdawng (khuahkhirh theihna or thuneihna dan) Trading by Non-ribals (regulation) Act 1953, Sixth Schedule Para–10 chu paih a nih tawh a. He dan ang hi chhimlam Autonomous District Council ten an la chhawm thei.

2. Trading by Non-tribals (Regulation) Act 1974 chu Pu Ch.Chhunga sawrkarin huaisentaka a nawrna avangin kum 10 chhung (1975–1985) atan India President in a pawmsak ta hram a, tihnun leh a ni ta lo.

3. Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation 1873, Section–3 hnuaiah Inner Line Permit (ILP) kan nei a. Hei hi inhumhimna kan neih leh kan chelek theihber chu a nita a. Nagaland leh Arunachal te hi ILP hmanna state vetho an ni a, mahse an him tak tak lo a, hnamdang – vai (non-tribals) ten an chim nasat tawh avangin an sawrkar leh mipuite pawh an beidawng tak zet tawh a ni. He ILP ngei pawh hi vawi tamtak hlihsak turin min vau tawh a. He dan hi kan hmang zui zel thei angem tih pawh ngaihtuah tham a ni ta.

Chuvangin India danpui tlawhchhan tur nghettak leh kan nihna diktak ang a min humhalh thei kan ngaihven thuai a hun ta. Mizote hi tribal kan nihna bo lo mahse India Danpui Sixth Schedule Para 20, sub–para (1), Tribal area–(1) Table a Part III ah kan Mizorama, Chakma District, Mara District leh Lai District te huam chhung chauh hi tribal area an ni tih tarlan a ni tawh a. Heng district huam chhung piahlam a mite hi tribal nimahila tribalte dawmkanna tur leh Sixth Schedule a inenkawlna (provision) dawng thei kan ni tawh lo. Central sawrkar ngaihhnathiamna hi kan dil theih tawk a ni a, hei hian rei a daih lovang. Mizoram zauzawk tribal area ni tawh lo hi Tribal area a khungluh leh a nih loh chuan vai (non-tribals) te laka kan keipui sahauh theihna hi a bo tial tial dawn a ni. Mizo District Council chu Sixth Schedule para–20 A. Sub–para–(1) ah kan thiah a ni tawh a, Sixth Schedule a inenkawlna leh hamthatna chang reng thei kan ni tawh lo tih kan hriat a tul a ni.

District Council hunlaia kan dinhmun ang la chhawm theitu chu chhimlam District Council pathumte hi an ni a. Heng District huam baka mite hi chuan kan phurh zawhloh phur tura turluihna kan hmachhawn fo dawn a ang hle. Heng phurrit leh chimralna te hi kan sepui ruahtawrh mai dawn nge, a pumpelh natur leh tribalte invenna tur kan ngaihven thuai zawk ang tih nguntaka ngaihtuah a hun ta a ni.

Mizorama zofate inhumhimna thtak kan neih loh lai mekin India sawrkar chuan Dam Project liantak a thawktu (Non Tribals) mi nuaikhat deuhthaw lo luhna tur Tipaimuk Dam siam a tum meka. Zofate chenna ram zautak tichereua, a rama cheng mipui, kawng engkima hnufualte chimral an ni mai tur hi a lungchhiat thlak tak zet a ni. Tipaimuk Dam hi siam anih chuan a chhehvela ram leh mipuite humhalh an nihngei theihna Sixth Schedule a dah ngei hi a tul tawh a ni. Hei hi hnambil leh inlakhranna a ni lo a. Mizoram leh zofate kan himna, damtlanna leh kan hnam rohlute humhalhna zel turin i pawm theuh ang u.

Kan ram leh kan hnam hi chimralna (assimilation) laka a him theih nan Tribal kan nih ang ngeia kan chenna ram hi Tribal area a khung luh leh hi thil tul hmasaber a ni. Hei hi ram leh hnam humhalh tura hmalkna atana kan tih makmawh a ni bawk.

Sixth Schedule hnuaia Autonomous District Council neih hi development sum semrualna a ni a.Thingtlang leh khawpui inthlauhna(regional imbalance) a tibo a ni. Autonomous District Council hi mipuite enkawlna atana thuneihna (power) semrualna (decentralization/delegation) a ni a,mipuite thlengphak hmasawnna a awm theihnan a pawimawh tak zet a ni.

India Danpui Sixth Schedule a Autonomous District Council thuneihna Para 10.sub-para (1) & (2), (d) ah hetiang hian a chuang a ni.

“Prescribe that no person who is not member of the schedule tribes in the district shall carry on whole sale of retail business in any commodity except under a license issued in that behalf of the District Council”

Chuvangin tribal area nilo zawng hi tribal area a khungluh a nih chuan kan himna tawk leh kan thuneihna ngeiin Trading Regulation pawh kan nei thei dawn a ni. Tribal area niloa chengte hian tribal te enkawlna leh chanvo phut tlat thei dinhmunah kan la ding em tih kan ngaihtuah chian a hunta hle a ni.

Tribal area kan nih leh hi a pawimawhzia hriain kum 1994 a MZP Assembly,Lunglei ah khan Mizoram (tribal area nilo zawng) hi Tribal area a dah/khung luh anih theihnan Autonomus District Council siam vek tura sawrkar nawr nise tih thu an lo pass tawh a ni. Mizoram rorelna sangber Legislative Assembly pawhin Dt 7.4.2000 ah khan Six Schedule Para-20,sub para (1) a Tribal area tarlan Part – III ah hian Mizoram pumpui dahlut tura Central sawrkar ah siamthat dil nise tih thu lungrualtakin an lo pass tawn bawk a ni.

Mizoram hi zofate himna, inpumkhatna leh innghahna a nih zel theihnante, ram leilung hauhsakna kan kuta a awm reng theihnante leh kan nihna ang taka Ceetral sawrkarin min enkawl zui zel theihnan Sixth Schedule a in dah/khungluh hi a tul takzet niin a lang.

Heng hi ngun taka ngaihtuah turin kan sawrkar leh tlawmngaipawlte bakah Zoram mipui zawng zawng te ram leh hnam hmangaihna thinlung puin kan ngen tak meuh a ni.

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(DARROSANGA)
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Information & Publicity
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The Deng Effect: How protective Is your wife? (Video)

Wendi Deng, wife of media baron Rupert Murdoch, was at her best on Tuesday. When protester Jonathan May-Bowles, approached Murdoch, 80, with a foam pie he had managed to smuggle in, one of the media mogul's lawyers, Janet Nova, quickly stepped in. But it was the image of Deng - clad in a prim pink blazer and polka dot pencil skirt - leaping forward to swat, open-palmed, at the man trying to attack her husband that stunned millions of TV viewers and presenters watching the events unfold live.

“Doing what she must”. “Doing what she ought to do”. “Marry a Chinese woman and she will protect you”. These are some of the comments and reactions from bloggers and netizens. Share with Inpui.com how you want your wife or would be wife to behave in such crisis. Watch the video below and Post your Comments in the Comment Box below.

 

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Jul 20, 2011

Sumrisang (Rainbow)

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Ziektu: Pu L. Keivom, Inpui Columnist

Sûmah ka sumrisang ka’n zàmtir a,Chu chu kei le hnuoi inkara,

Ka thuthlung inchikna ning a tih

-Gen 9:13

Pathien thuthlung inchikna
DHCF Sunday School Voi rukna July 16, 2006 a ei inchuk Genesis 9:13-16 a khan sumrisang voi thum zet a chuong ei hmu a. Hi hi Baibula sumrisang inlang hmasakna tak a nih. Baibul pumpuia hin ‘sumrisang’ hrilna voi ruk a um a, voi thum chu ei chàng tàr langa khin ei hmu a, a dang chu Pathien hmel inlang dan a hrilna Ezekiel 1: 28 a dam, vana lalthrungpha inzam veltu a ni thu hrilna Thupuong 4:3 le sûma inthuom vana inthoka hung trum vantirko lu inzam kuoltu a ni thu a hrilna Thupuong 10:1 a nih. Sumrisang ei hmu hmasa tak pathum chu Pathien thuthlung inkhêl ngai lo ding hriltu sàkhi danglam ngai lo a na, pathum dang chu Pathien ropuina le chawimawina hmangruoa thrang a nizie hrilna a nih. A tawi zawngin, sumrisang hi Pathien hmangruo poimaw a nih. Thlarau mita van ram thlirtu Pastor Thangngur lem chun,

Mi hmu thei naw ram mawi tak chu,

Thina ral tienga um a nih;

Sumrisang zàm vel kul a nih,

A’n mawizie hrim hril thei an nawh

tiin a mi hril.

Sumrisang umzie
‘Sumrisang’ chu iem a na? Ieng leia hi hming hi ei lo inbùk am ning a ta? ti thu hi kum sawmthum liem tah khan ka ngaituo hrep ta a, “Zo tlang sangah” ti thluk hmangin hla khom ka phuok nghê nghe a, chu chu LENRUOL HLABU –a Nambar 44 hi a nih. Ka ngaituona san tak chu Gen 9:13 a Pathienin Nova kuoma, “I set my bow in the cloud” a ti a “bow” ti hi a nih. A ngiel a ngana inlet chun, “Sûmah ka thalngul (thalkûm, thalkùi)/ saihli ka sie” ti ning a tih. ‘Bow’ (Heb. haqesheth) chu noun-a hmang chun thal kàpna ‘thal ngul’ amanih saihluma thil ei perna ‘saihli’ amanih a na, chu chu ei kei kùr pha leh a’n kùm/kui hlak a. Verb-a ei hmang pha leh thalkui anga zâng inkui rak khopa bokkhupa chibai buk tina a nih. Saptronga chu ‘bow’ hmaah ‘rain’ an bel a, ‘rainbow’ tiin thu mal pakhat an siem a. Lusei-Mizo trongin ‘chhimbal’ an ta, Thado-Kuki trongin ‘lhagui’ an ti nawk dai a, ieng le inzoma an phuok amanih ka hriet nawh.

Saptronga ‘rainbow’ (rain+bow) ti hi Baibula a trobul leh a hung inmil hle a, a scientific khopin ka hriet. Hmar tronga ‘sumrisang’ ti hi a tira lam dan chu ‘sûm-ri-sang’ a ni ka ring. Chu chun Genesis zieka a umzie inril tak a phok fuk tlat leiin a ‘theological’ bèk bêk a, chu chu a nih maktia ka ngaituo hlak chu! Hnuoi chunga cheng mihriem le thuok hmanga hring po po sukchimit dingin Pathienin tui inlettir ta lo dingin thu a thlung a, chu thuthlung inchikna ding chun van sangah ramri a khang a, chu chu nisa var le ruo mal inphi sing seng hmanga rong paruka chei, thil inkuol le inkûm a na, sûma ri sang a khang an lei chun ‘sûmrisang’ ei hung ti tah hi a nih. I ngaituo inthuk po leh ‘sumrisang’ ti trongkam hi makti deu deu i tih. Thil um pal (coincidence) a ni khomin ‘pal-mak’ a nih.

A iengkhom chu ni sien, ‘sumrisang’ chu iem a na? Patchawn anga boruoka inlêng, ‘sûm’ ei ti hi tui hù inzàm a na, chu chu boruok lum le dei invuok tawk chara a um pha leh tui mala inchangin, rikna neiin an tla thla a, chu chu ruo ei ti hi a nih. Ruo a sûr huk hnunga sûm zun, ruo phisi inzam chiei chiei la umhai chu nisan a hei khaw a, varin darthlalang ei inkhawtira a hung el khal nawk ang hin, ruo mal tina nisa zung fu khan a hung el khal a, chu chu a entu mita khan nisa lim anga inkuolin rong chi rukin a hung inlang a, chu chu sumrisang ei ti hi a nih. Dannaranin ruo muol khoi a sûr huk zoin a um nuom. Chu chu Palestina rama ruo a sùr dan pangngai a ni leiin sumrisang inzâm hmu ding a tam. Chun, tui inkhaw thla amanih, tui dawta inthoka tui a hung phu suok, phingphì sing seng hi nisa thlârah en la, sumrisang inzam hmung i tih. A tui phingphi sing seng, nisa zung hung elkhaltu kha a tam leh sumrisang kha inlang chieng zuol a ta, a tlawm leh inlang pheu pheu chauh a tih.

Hi hi a mawl thei ang taka hril fie dan ka hriet ve sun chu a nih. Amiruokchu, sui chik ding chun thu inthûk, teknawlawji inril tak a ni leiin ei hril anga mawl hi a ni teu nawh. Sumrisang chanchin suitu pawl hi tam tak an um a, chuong ang thu ziekna lekhabu khom tam tak a um bok. Ieng leia nisa var, rong khat chauh puta ei hmu ni si, ruo phisiin a hung el khal ei hmu phaa rong chi ruka suok am a na? Ieng leia sumrisang hi a kuol khera inlang am a na? Ieng leia ei thlirna hmun zira kuol hni kuom thum inthuo a um thei am a na? Ieng leia a kuol chenve chauh ei hmu thei a na? A kuol suok pap hmu thei dan chu iem a na? ti le thil dang zawna um theihai don ding chun nasa taka inchuk le bi chieng a ngai. Pathien thilsiem mawl taka inlang khom hi a mawl tak hrim a lo um nawh; varna inthuk taka inthoka suok le umzie inril tak nei vong a lo nih.

Sumrisang le Sâr
Thil danglam tak pakhat chu, van zawla nisa kuol khuma sumrisang inzâm hi ‘sumrisang’ ti loin, ‘nisa lukawm’ amanih ‘sâr inzàm’ ei ti lem dai a, chu chu ei hmu pha chun, “ Sâr thi an um ning a tih, sâr a’n zàm/ nisan lu a kawm tlat el!” ei ti hlak. ‘Sâr thi’ chu thi pangngaia natnaa thi ni loa thi hrilna a nih. Fur lai thla lir zan boruoka tui hu um, thla varin a khaw leia thlapa kuol vela sumrisang a châng chànga inlang hlak khom hi sumrisang ti loin, “Thlapaah sâr a’n zàm’ amanih “Thlapain lu a kawm’ ei ti bok. Mi ropui an thi changin sâr a’n zam nuom bikin ei hril hlak bok. Ei tienamia Khuongpuithlurh chun ral bei dinga a suok tawmin a nunghak kuomah, “Ral ka that ni chun sâr inzâm a tih” a ta. Ni iemani zat hnunga chun a nunghak chun sâr inzam a hmu a,

Chungturniin hrâng sam a ziel a,

Ka lungdi’n laimi a man tah ie

tiin hla thu mawi tak a’n sam suok a ni kha. Hi hla umzie chu, “Mihrâng pasalthrain tonlairang an ton angin, chunga nisa khomin lu a kawm a, ka ngaizawngpain hmelma a man an tah chu!” a tina a nih. Hi taka nisa/thla lukawm ei hril hi Saptronga ‘halo’ an ti hi a nih. Mi thienghlimhai lim an ziek threnkhata chu an lu po sumrisangin an inkuol khumtir hlak.

Hebrai Baibula Pathien thuthlung inchikna ‘sumrisang’ hi hnam tinin umzie hrang an inneitir a. Grik-hai chun hnuoi le van inkara palai Iris-in infe pawna dinga lampui a sàt ni dingin an ngai a. China thusima ruok chu, an pathien nu, a hming ‘Nuwa’ an tiin van inthler rong chi ngaa a phawkna niin an hril a. Hinduhai chun ‘Indradhanush’ an ta, chu chu kawlphe le vaninrum pathien Indra thal ngul amanih saihli (bow) tina a nih. Hmarhai ruok chun ‘rulpui tui dawn’ an ti hlak. Chinese haiin rong nga niin hril hai sien khom rong ruk a sen (red), serthlum rong (orange), a eng (yellow), a hring (green), a pawl (blue) le violet (senduk) a nih. Amiruokchu, mi threnkhatin sakhuo le inzoma hmet belin indigo (tring) rong an bel sa a, rong sariin an ngai thung. ‘Indigo’ chu hlo hna chi khat, inno dar el, ‘hmuo’ ei ti hna chu an suong a, a tui chu a dumpawl a na, chu chu ‘tring’ an ta, chu tuia puon var rong an thlak/nam chu ‘tring indum’ an tih. Nuhmei mini-skirt, ‘Hmar-âm’ ei ti rong hih tring indum a nih.

Zaipuhai lung kuoitu
Tiena tlanga inthok tah khan sumrisang hin mihriem ngaituona a lâkin hla tam tak an phuok a. High School kan kai laia William Wordsworth hla kan inchuk, ka lung sukleng êm êm hlaktu chu,

My heart leaps upon when I behold

A rainbow in the sky:

So was it when my life began;

So is it now I am a man;

So be it when I shall grow old,

Or let me die!

ti hi a nih. Hi hla hi ka tiem fuk nawk changin ngaituonain Pherzawl tlangah a mi thruoi nghal a, Tuizàng ruom kuol khuma sumrisang inzam chuoi el chu a mi’n thlirtir nawk hlak a. Naupang lai chun, ‘rulpui tui dawn’ an ti hlak leiin Tuizàng vadung tui chu dit khuot khuot ding damin kan suongtuo hlak.

Chuong ang khopa ram tin mi’n ngaituotir hlaktu ‘sumrisang’ chanchin suitu, abikin scientish hmingthang Isaac Newton le mi dang dangin nisa zungin sûm zun inphi sing seng a khaw hung el khal nawk el a ni thu an hung hril hnung chun, kha hmaa nasa taka maktia thu le hlaa an lo inawi hlak chu an sukho vongin hla phuoktu ropui John Keats chun a ngai a, kum 1820 khan hla pakhat ‘Lamia’ ti a phuok a. Chu taka chun,

Do not all charms fly

At the mere touch of cold philosophy?

There was an awful rainbow once in heaven:

We know her woof, her texture; she is given

In the dull catalogue of common things.

Philosophy will clip an Angel’s wings,

Conquer all mysteries by rule and line,

Empty the haunted air, and gnomed mine-

Unweave a rainbow

tiin a khêk suol hiel a nih.
Rala inthoka ei lo ngai ropui le lungdum êm êm, a nina tak ei hmu le hriet phaa balûn mut puom lai inthla thêp thut anga ei lungrila a hlutna a chuoi el hi inpam um deu el a na, chu chu Israel rama ka’n zin ding truma ka ngaituona kamtu lien tak a ni hrim a nih. A tak ngeia Bethlehem le Kalvari le hmun dang dang ka sir hnung chun ka ngairuotna le suongtuonaa Bethlehem le Kalvari kha a tak nekin a lêt tamin a lo ropui lem dai tih ka hmu suok a, ka’n pàm êm êm a, ka Eden hlui inhmang ang hielin ka ngai a nih. Chuleiin John Keats ngirhmun hi ka hriet thiempui khop el.

Kum 1970-a Delhi tlanga umhmun ka hung khuor tak tak hnungin, ni khat chu favang hnai tieng hin Delhi tlanga ka la hmu ngai dèr lo, sumrisang inzâm chuoi el hi ka hmu a. Chu chun thawk le khatah Pherzawl tlangah a mi fen lut a, ngaituona inlusu hnung chu kei thoin, kan naupang lai hunhai le kan hung tleirawl suok laia Independent Sikul tlanga inthoka bielnuhai le sumrisang inzam chuoi el, tu dang ngai loa kan thlir liem lai dam kha sinema angin a hung invir let vut vut a, lung hlui a’n leng vong vong a. Chu trum chun a nih Delhi tlanga inthokin SUMRISANG ti hla hi ka phuok ve chu:

Hlimna kawl êng hung inlangin,

Thangvanah sumrisâng a’n zàm;

Ni rong ze mawi kima cheimawi,

Thangsuo nemrâng puon i ieng ngei!

Sumrisang aw, inzàm chuoi la,

I rong mawiin suilung a hnèm;

Thangvan sang tuol i mawi angin,

Piellei hmun hi hung zàm mawi rawh.

Tiena pipu lungmawlhai chun,

Rûlpui siktui dawn an lo tih;

Sienkhom thrangthar lung thiemhai chun,

Ni zung sun mawi hù zâm lo tih.

Chung Pathienin khawtrotrim a,

Thuthlung biethu a lo tiemna;

Thangvan lalthrungpha zàm vèltu,

Hlimna risang zâm vel lo nih.

(Delhi, July 18, 2006)

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A view of Saidan Village from Sielmat

Saidan Village

This scenic view was captured by Oliver Intoate using his brand new Nikon DSLR Camera.

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Activeva R-16

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A man drives Activa bike in Churachandpur, Manipur.

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Jul 19, 2011

5 Time-Tested Methods to Drive Traffic to Your Car Dealership Blog

By Chris Burns*

car websitesBlogs are a great way to gain visibility for your car dealer website. Blogs are akin to a marketing tool for your dealership and serve as the first point of contact between you and your customers. Just like every other business blog, it requires web traffic to ensure its longevity. A blog deprived of web traffic is akin to running a charity site with no prospect of generating any sales. Here are some effective ways to generate traffic to your dealership blog.

  • An E-broadcast – An email broadcast can become a potent tool in your stable to generate traffic. After uploading a good quality post on your blog, help it gain traction by sending out an email broadcast to all your followers. Your existing fans would spread the buzz online and soon you would gain fresh new visitors in the form of web traffic to your blog.
  • Content is king – Irrespective of the appeal of your blog, the integral component that would dictate its popularity would be good quality content. Ensure that all your blog posts are interesting, relevant and informative to your readers. This would help your blog gain top page rankings on Google and in turn quadruple your traffic figures.
  • Article marketing – Article marketing is a great way to generate web traffic as well. By posting SEO articles that are rich in keywords on article directories, you would stand to gain a surge of traffic. As more people would read your article, they would click on the hyperlink encoded in it and direct themselves to your blog.
  • Create a Google profile – If you want to be the best you need to roll with the best. A Google profile would not only ensure that your blog appears on the search engines top SERP’s but also ensure you gain a steady amount of traffic. A Google profile would enable you to include links to your blog as well as information about your dealership, and links to your social networking profiles.
  • Leverage the power of social media – Creating a strong social media presence for yourself is a sure shot method of gaining robust web traffic to your blog. Popular social networks such as Twitter and Facebook give you the opportunity to link your blog and schedule your posts so that any user can read them. As more people read your posts, it would become a trending topic and drive immense traffic to your blog. 

There are several ways of driving traffic to your blog that involve both online as well as offline tactics. The methods mentioned above are some of the most result oriented and time tested methods of generating traffic. By incorporating these methods you would drive qualitative traffic to your blog that would lead to higher sales conversions and increased customer loyalty for your car dealer website.

*Chris Burns is a guest writer for inpui.com and writes for BURN SEO, LLC a car websites provider and car SEO company.

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Guwahati Hmar Welfare Meet cum HSA Freshers 2011

Hungtlung ding tarik 22 August 2011 ni khin Guwahati Khawpuiah Welfare Meet cum HSA Freshers 2011 nei ning a tih. Hi ni hin Hmar Welfare Society Guwahati (HWSG) weekly news le website tlangzarna nei ni bawk a tih.

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HSA Delhi 26th Freshers’ Social Meet 2011

New Delhi, July 18, 2011: The 26th Freshers’ Social Meet 2011 of the Hmar Students’ Association (HSA), Joint Headquarters, Delhi will be held at the Community Centre, RK Puram, Sector-4, New Delhi on August 20, 2011.

The programme will begin at 1200 hours with the singing of the the song “Aw Kan Hmarram” followed by an opening prayer by a pastor and welcoming address by the President, HSA Delhi. There will be cultural show, introduction of freshers, distribution of meritorious awards, selection of Mr & Miss Freshers, election of the students body leadership for the term 2011-2013. Various artistes of the Hmars in Delhi will also be performing at the Meet.

A grand feast will also be prepared on the occasion.

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Jul 16, 2011

Barak Valley Hill Tribes Federation Wants 6th Schedule Status

To,

Shri Tarun Gogoi
Hon’ble Chief Minister
Guwahati, Assam.

Subj: Prayer for the upgradation of the Barak Valley Hill Tribes Development Council into a Sixth Schedule District.

Sir,

We, the Barak Valley Hill Tribes Federation, on behalf of all the Indigenous tribal people of Barak Valley, comprising the three districts of Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi beg to approach you with the request for the creation of a separate autonomous district council as per the provision given under the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution of India in order to protect our tribal customs and culture, literature and language and to develop ourselves. It is essential for our survival and very existence which is at stake from the vast majority non tribals who are politically and economically more powerful. These non-tribals are also numerically outnumbering us with the ever increasing of their population, non- migration and also unchecked influx of foreign nationals, multiplying year by year.

A brief history of tribals in the Barak valley is given under the following headlines for your kind consideration

HOME OF THE TRIBALS

Cachar, once a part of Kachari kingdom and tribal Chiefs, had been the homeland of various tribal groups from pre-colonial period. When the British colonial rulers extended their hegemony in this part of the country, they termed these areas as ‘tribal backward tract in 1921’. The undivided Cachar district having 3 (three) sub-divisions, namely Silchar, Karimganj and Hailakandi (now upgraded into three separate district) are again sub-divided into Cachar and North Cachar Hills of which North Cachar Hills was granted autonomous district council and the United Mikir Hills District Counci (now Karbi Anglong District) was also created in 1952 by extending the provision under the Sixth Schedule. At the same time, the Mizo District Council was also formed during the same year.

The tribal people who were left behind in Cachar district were given hill panchayat to run their own affairs. This hill panchayat opted for inclusion into Indian Union during the partition of India and Pakistan in pre-Independence period or we might have been included into East- Pakistan (now Bangladesh). We were granted jhum permission area under Jhumland Permission Act of 1955 and set apart from Land & Revenue Act. We paid hill house tax and dao tax to the government collected by hill mauzadars appointed by the district authority concerned.

Now, with the introduction of Panchayati Raj in Assam, the hill panchayat could not function and it ceases to exist. Gaon Panchayats are now collecting house tax and dao tax by issueing panchayat certificate and clearance certificate which lessen the importance of hill mauzadars and make them obsolete thereby steadily assimilating the tribal people into the new political structure without providing any constitutional safeguards.

Tribal Areas not included in Jhumland Permission Act were declared govt. khasland (U.S.F) and Reserve Forest, Inner Line Forest, etc., (as they have no land holding) bordering North Cachar Hills (now Dima Hasao Dist), Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya and Tripura. Due to frequent evictions by Forest Department and other harassments, eg., late permission for clearing jhum and burning of jhum, production of crops fell considerably thereby causing economic deterioration in the tribal belt. Some villages were under forest villager or tangiya village. They are compelled to plant trees like teak (shigun) or gomari in their Jhum, thus limiting areas of jhum cultivation which is the main source of livelihood to the hill tribals.

ECONOMICS & DEVELOPMENT/EDUCATION ETC

Road communication, drinking water supply, power and electricity and education are very neglected subjects in tribal areas. Mortality rate (death toll) is very high due to absence of safe drinking water supply and medical facility. As there are no proper roads in these areas, it is not possible to reach hospital for medical treatment for the malaria infested jungle areas. Literacy or education also suffers to a great extent due to this factor. Very few tribal villages get power supply or electricity. Out of 600 tribal villages, maybe about 20-30 villages are perhaps electrified. Non-tribal teachers are reluctant to stay in backward tribal villages and hence, education also suffers. Some tribes, viz. Hmars and Mizo introduced their own medium in L.P and M.V Schools and employ tribals who are able to teach this medium and they are a bit improved, for the government of Assam recognized Hmar and Mizo medium of instruction vide govt. notification no. EMI/52/67/199 dated 23/03/69 in 1979. Other Tribals are still following Bengali medium of instruction.

LAND & OCCUPATION

The main livelihood of Barak valley tribals is jhumming or shifting cultivation. Every year, a portion of jungle is cleared usually in the month of January and February and burnt in the month of March/April thereby rice, pepper (chili), cotton and til (oil seeds) pumpkins, cucumber, mustard and other beans for curry are sown. Also ginger and turmeric, kachu (alu) are also cultivated and reaped from September/October according to season. Wet cultivation is also practised wherever possible and paddy is cultivated generally in summer and alu, beans, etc., in winter after harvesting.

Due to limited land for jhum, production decreases and horticulture crops like pineapple, bananas, betel nut, pan leaves and other fruits are also cultivated for sustenance of living steadily which were sold at market/local bazaar which are more or less 6 to 3 kilometers from the tribal village or to paikars or merchant who purchase from their village though at a much cheaper rate than market value.

People may wonder how the tribals lost their land to the non-tribals. This is mainly due to bad economic condition of the tribal people in the Barak valley. Most of them are below poverty line (BPL), their fellow tribal brothers in other states or areas have their own tribal government or council to run their own affairs and develop themselves in their own tribal pattern and customary practices. Here in the Barak valley, they are ruled by the non-tribals who do not know our ways of living and thinking. They try to develop us through their own way and we suffer. Many a time we therefore run in debt to our neighbours in times of difficulties, illness, cases in the court of laws on petty matters and we have to spend money we could not afford and at times mortgage our lands and could not recover them later and in this way lost our land. Also unproductive jhum cultivation makes us poorer and poorer and helps from government get delayed and the number of times for going to procure something from government is time wasting and loss of daily labour wages. So, steadily we are pushed into the frontier and jungles and unproductive hills ranges bordering other states. A policy is to be adopted by the government for checking of the transfer of land from tribals to non-tribals and restoration order for lost tribals lands are passed as it was passed in the case of Tripura.

BARAK VALLEY HILL TRIBES DEVELOPMENT

Barak Valley Hill Tribe Development Council with an annual grant of Rs. 5 (Five) Lakhs only is usually released for the upliftment of hill tribes in the field of social, economics, education, etc., vide Notification No. 740/BC/88/61/8 dated 18.3.96. The fund sanctioned for development is from welfare of plain tribal (WPT & BC) and hill tribe fund is not allotted for the hill tribes of Barak valley. Think how they are to develop hill tribes numbering more than 2(two) lakhs on so small amount like five lakhs of rupees.

This council is the result of an uprising of hill tribals of Barak Valley Under Cachar Hill People Federation. But the 417 cadres of volunteers/militant have not yet given any relief or rehabilitation till today which is unlikely in any revolutionary movement of Assam and other states of India.

Another Notification TAD/BC/513/10/50 Dt 22.1.11 for restructuring and strengthening of Barak Valley Tribe Development Council for maximum participation of Indigenous people of Barak Valley was issued and what is supposed for hill tribes is omitted and hill tribes so mentioned before are replaced for indigenous tribes of Barak valley and seats (quota) reserved in the earlier notification was also omitted thus making the constituents of the Council to be a controversial topic in the legal term of view.

It needs not be reiterated that the word indigenous tribe is ambiguous and controversial for the plain tribes/tea garden tribes or hill tribes as notified earlier. Hence, modification or corrigendum be made as in future the Barak Valley Hill Tribes Development Council is to be still functioning in the name of the Barak Valley Tribes Development Council in future also.

TRIBALS OF BARAK VALLEY

The tribals of Barak valley are falling into 3 (three) categories, viz., (a) plain tribals (b) hill tribals, (c) hill tribals without ST Status.

(a) The Barmans (Kacharis) are recognised Scheduled Tribes in Cachar.

(b) The Hmars, Mizo, Kuki, Khasi and Jaintias, Nagas, Chakmas and Kabis were recognized Scheduled tribes under Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribes Act 1950 vide Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India Notification No SRO 510 Dt 6-9-1950 but not Recognised in plain district due to Areas Restriction.

(c) The Bru (Reang), Tripura (including Kewa, Laitong, Gurjung, Gabeng) etc. Hrangkhol, Chorei, Sakechep, Saihriem, Aimol, Khawchung, Chiru, Vaiphei, Ranglong, Halam, Rupini (Barman). The lost tribe (clan) Rupini is a constituent of 12 Halam recognized in Tripura but opted for Barman here in Assam.

All the hill tribes are not recognised as Scheduled Tribes by the Govt. of India till date nor in Barak valley or plain district of Assam due to area restriction.

POLITICAL BACKGROUND OF TRIBAL

The tribals of Barak valley are now scattering in the three districts facing a very dark future in political field due to disadvantageous delimitation as Assembly Constituency, formation of wards in G.P level and even formation of G.P area as they fall in a disadvantageous position for contesting election. Though the total number of population of all tribals in the Barak valley may be over 2 (two) lakhs which is a qualifying number for one Assembly Constituency in Assam, even to become president of Gaon Panchayat may be a feat difficult to qualify in the present set up of area, ward or constituency which is clearly divide & rule setup by the people who are in power. Our fellow S.Ts have reserved seat in M.P/AC and Panchayat and the tribals of Barak Valley are not even enlisted or recognized except Barmans. One reserved S.T seat is a must or nominated M.L.A in the assembly to voice our plight and pitiful condition in Vidhan Sabha.

Demands of Autonomy Under Constitunal Protection of Sixth Schedule.

What the tribals of Barak valley have to do is to raise a demand for constitutional protection as envisaged under Sixth Schedule to the Constitution of India in order to escape elimination of our very future existence and try to survive as respectable citizen by enjoying autonomous council for safeguarding our ethnic identity, custom, culture and heritage, and to administer and develop ourselves by our own self and try to prosper in our own style and time-tested values, and to get back all the land we have lost through mortgage through restoration policy like in other neighboring tribal ttates and try to enjoy our constitutional rights like other citizens of India.

OUR PRAYER

Therfore, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Assam is humbly prayed for to grant us protection under Sixth Schedule to the Constitution of India bytaking up our case to the Prime Minister of India for the upgradation of the Autonomous Council in Barak Valley as soon as possible for our very existence and survival. We don’t want to be like Red Indians of America or Maoris of Australia or New Zealand and we shun violence of the like in Tripura. We only wish to enjoy our rights as envisaged in the Indian Constitution for survival.

Yours Faithfully

(SUMLAKSANG AMO) Gen. Secretary

(MALSAWMA) President

Barak Valley Hill Tribes Federation
HQtrs. Hmarkhawlien
P.O. Fulertol, Cachar Dist. Assam

16.7.11 - By Inpui 1

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