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SAWRKAR UISA THIAMTEN NIHNIH CHHUNGIN RUIHHLO NUAI 7 MAN

SAWRKAR UISA THIAMTEN NIHNIH CHHUNGIN RUIHHLO NUAI 7 MAN : Champhai Police-te chuan nihnih chhung lekin Champhai Town huam chhungah Ruihhlo Cheng Nuai 7 man zet an man. Champhai Police hotute hnen atanga thu dawn danin, Police leh CID (SB) tangkawpte chuan nimin-zing khan New Champhai-ah rinhlelh thila an dapna lamah Lalthluaii kum 48, Kaphnawka fanu, Aizawl Bawngkawn ni a inchhal hnen atangin Heroin Hawng 6 (Gram 176) an man a. Champhai Police Station-ah ruihhlo neitu a puh hi ND&PS Act tlawh chhanin thubuai an siam sak a ni. Ruihhlo leh a neitu a puh hi nimin khan District Court-a hruai a nih hnuah Champhai District Jail-ah dahluh nghal a ni a. Ruihhlo (Heroin) man tak hlut zawng hi tualchhung hralhna a chhutin Cheng Nuai 3 (Rs. 300000) man a ni  Nimin chawhma khan Police Petrolling chuan Springdale School piah, Zotlangah Zokhawthar atanga Champhai pana tlan, Taxi MZ04 4049 atangin heroin Hawng 3, Gram 42, tualchhung hralhnaa chhutin Cheng 1,50,000 man chu an man a, a neitu ni-a…

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max said…
Mahni insawi hi chu a nuam chiah lo mahse GATE chungchang khi tlem ka rawn tarlang ange.
"The recently declared results for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2014 have disappointed many candidates as only 16.84 per cent of the appeared candidates have successfully cleared the examination. Candidates meeting the qualifying marks criteria set by the GATE 2014 Committee will receive their score cards and results through mail. From the 1, 49,694 candidates qualifying the exam, 85,063 are from General category, 42,287 are from OBC (NCL), 17,085 from SC, 4,224 from ST and 1,035 Persons with Disability. Only 31, 431 female candidates (from all categories) have qualified.

A total of 10,33,625 candidates had registered for the GATE 2014 examination and 8,89,156 candidates attempted the exam, 85 per cent of the registered female candidates and 86 per cent of the registered male candidates. The exams were held over three weekends between February 2, 2014 and March 2, 2014 with a total of 9 exam sessions across 660 exam centers.

The GATE 2014 exam consists of a single paper with 65 questions for a total of 100 marks. A total of 22 optional subjects were offered under GATE 2014, and the most popular papers were: Electronics and Communication Engineering (2,16,367), Mechanical Engineering (1,85,578), Computer Science and Information Technology (1,55,190), Electrical Engineering (1,41,799) and Civil Engineering (90,872)."
English-a an dah ang ang hian ka rawn ti ta mai,kan hrethiam vek tho ang chu. Mizo dang pawh tling an awm ve nual, ka hriat chinah ka thian hnai pathum chu an awm ve.