Aizawl

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Ai•zawl

(aɪˈzɔl)
n.
the capital of Mizoram state, in NE India. 74,493.
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travel to Dibrugarh (Mar 15), Kohima (Mar 16), Imphal (Mar 17), Aizwal (Mar 18), Agartala
Earlier speaking in Aizwal, Mizoram, the prime minister said the Centre is committed to putting all the state capitals of the northeast on the rail map and is executing 15 new projects in the region.
To make it convenient for every Indian, JK Tyre Motorsport will hold selections rounds in four different parts of the country: Bengaluru in the South ( June 4), Aizwal in the East ( June 10), Pune in the West ( June 18) and National Capital Region in the North ( June 25).
The Court ordered her free on the grounds of evidence, but it wondered why, though she claimed to be a permanent resident of Mizoram, she could not speak the Mizo language, and found it strange that she had an original birth certificate, and had been allotted permanent residence in Mizoram, particularly when the issue of foreigners was a burning issue in the state (unreported, State v Sungenel, GR No 979/96, ADC/Judicial Officer, Aizwal, Mizoram, 1996).
The tax a consumer pays in any part of India, whether it is while watching a movie, eating out, buying a sari or car will be the same irrespective of whether one does it in Aizwal or Jaisalmer.
There are more than 20,000 police stations and posts across the length and breadth of the country, and their working impinges on the life of the common man from Srinagar to Kanyakumari and from Ahmedabad to Aizwal, irrespective of whether he has a complaint or not.
He has developed the clinical facilities and skills of Veterinary students in colleges of Pantnagar (Uttarkand), Palampur (Himachal Pradesh) and Aizwal (Mizoram).
The accident took place on Saturday near Keifang village, close to the border with Myanmar and more than 100 km (60 miles) from the state capital Aizwal, the official, L.
The special concession was meant for the natives and Kiran faced street protests over her action in Aizwal at the time.
The Falklawn Mizo Village, located at 18 km from Aizwal downtown to see another colourful facet of Mizo tradition.
The affected village was situated in a very remote and inaccessible place on the top of a hill; the hill is located about 210 km away from Aizwal, the capital city of Mizoram, an eastern hill state of India.
A 5-km cancer run will be conducted at Shillong (Mar 12), Guwahati (Mar 13), Tezpur (Mar 14), before arriving at Naharalgun (Mar 14) and then travel to Dibrugarh (Mar 15), Kohima (Mar 16), Imphal (Mar 17), Aizwal (Mar 18), Agartala (Mar 20) and culminate at Silchar on Mar 22 in which over 300 to 400 people are expected to take part in each ocation.