Aizawl


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Ai•zawl

(aɪˈzɔl)
n.
the capital of Mizoram state, in NE India. 74,493.
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Location: College of veterinary sciences cau aizawl
Aizawl FC took it one step beyond when they were crowned Champions of I-League in 2016-17, thus reiterating the fact that football is an integral part of the culture in the land of the 'seven sisters' - be it from flocking to the stadium in numbers or playing on the field after a long day of work -- football caters to everyone, regardless of gender.
Landslides and incessant rains have blocked several roads in Aizawl town, and power supply lines were snapped and telecommunication system was disrupted in the state capital.
S ENSATIONAL I League champions Aizawl FC are staring at a crisis of exodus.
Summary: Aizawl FC's success no flash in the pan: Bhutia
Both Hmuifang Tlang and Reiek Tlang can be accessed easily by Aizawl and offer an insight into local life in the villages other than the jaw dropping views.
Located in Aizawl, the capital of the Indian state of Mizoram, the new Amishav Hebrew Center "will offer a variety of classes on Hebrew language, Jewish history and tradition to the Bnei Menashe," said Michael Freund, director of the Jerusalem-based Amishav organization, which is behind the center's establishment.
Address : College Of Vetrinary Sciences Selesih Aizawl
Summary: Chandigarh [India], Feb 26 (ANI):Title contenders Minerva Punjab will be desperate to avoid third straight defeat when they lock horns with injury-plagued defending champions Aizawl FC in their I-League clash at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium in Panchkula on Monday.
Though most of the roads have been cleared on Wednesday, a road on the southern outskirts of Aizawl was yet to be reopened, they said.
SPORTS minister Vijay Goel has extended his support towards sensational I League champions Aizawl FC by proposing that he will issue funds to the state government for the club's new stadium.
The Aizawl Thunders thud past the crowds, being cheered and feted