Silchar, May 2: The Mizoram government has warned the residents of the state of possible major-intensity earthquakes in the near future.
Tremor experts have listed the state as an area which geographically falls into the most vulnerable seismic zone V.

Sources in the state geology and mining department said, of late, there have been many instances of violations of building construction norms i

Aizawl, April 20: Mizoram was rocked by an earthquake measuring 4.3 on the richter scale around 1910 hrs yesterday. Dr H Lallenmawia, joint director of Mizorams geology and mining department quoting the seismological observatory reading here, said the epicentre of the quake was about 10 km north of Kolasib, in northern Mizoram near the Assam border.

AIZAWL, April 17

Silchar, March 20: A monorail transport system is being planned for Aizawl to ease traffic congestion along key roads of the town.

The state

AIZAWL, March 15

Mizoram-Tripura border Mamit district administration officials were conducting re-verification of the 28 Bru families who returned on their own during January from North Tripura relief camps and were not enrolled in the Mizoram

Aizawl, Feb 1 : With dry season closing in, the Mizoram Government has sounded fire alarm across the state. The State-level fire prevention committee has appealed to the Mizos to be cautious about forest fire with the arrival of dry season which is a period for traditional Jhum burning.

The committee has also instructed all the jhum farmers to burn their cultivation before March 15.

Aizawl city has witnessed a slight increase in air pollution during this month compared to the same month last year.

Over 4,000 Chakma tribal people in Mizoram have been starving for the past few weeks, a non-governmental organisation said Thursday.
"Over 800 Chakma tribal families comprising over 4,000 men, women and children in four villages in Chakma Autonomous District Council (CADC) areas of southern Mizoram have been starving for several weeks," New Delhi based Mizoram Chakma Development Forum (MCDF) said