Kamalanagar, 7 April 2017: Pu V. Lalremthanga, Secretary, Tourism, Government of Mizoram who arrived Kamalanagar today at about 9 am handed over the charge for management of the Tourist Lodge owned by government of Mizoram located at Kamalanagar-4 to CADC represented by Dg. Purnendu Bikash Chakma, Executive Secretary, CADC.
Kamalanagar, 26 August 2016: The District Child Protection Officer, Lawngtlai District Miss Mary Lalremruati is in Kamalanagar with her subordinate staff for a week long programme to form the Village Level Child Protection Committees (VLCPC). So far the VLCPCs of Kamalanagar-II, Chawngte-P and Saizawh-W have been formed. The VLCPCs of Kamalanagar-III and Kamalanagar-IV will be formed today. Continue reading
Kamalanagar, August 22, 2016: The Chakma Mahila Samiti (CMS), an association of the Chakma women in Mizoram which was registered on 22/08/1991 celebrated the completion of its 25 years. The Samiti was formed in 1981 on the occasion of 1st Kathin Chibar Dhan celebration at Kamalanagar for the welfare of Chakma woman of Mizoram and to protect their rights and privileges.
Dgb. Mallika Chakma a retired teacher and founder President of the Samiti graced the occasion as its Chief Guest. Earlier in the morning she unveiled the Silver Jubilee memorial stone and hoisted the flag of the association. There was devotion service at Mohamuni Buddha Vihar followed by distribution of eatables to the patients in the Hospital. Continue reading
Kamalanagar, 14 July 2016: The CADC authority and the NGOs finally clinched a consensus over the various demands the NGOs (YCA and MCSU) have been pressing the CADC government to accede to.
Consensus was reached only after two meetings held for two consecutive days from 14/7/2016. The first meeting did not yield much of any significance. The NGOs submitted a new petition following the first meeting with the following set of demands to be fulfilled on or before 17/7/2016: Continue reading
Kamalanagar, 10 July, 2016: Chakma Autonomous District Council dismisses the apprehension expressed by Mizoram Chakma Student Union and Young Chakma Association for having made about 40 appointments on contractual and MR basis as published in the Vanglaini (Issue dated 9/7/2016).
All the appointments so made so far are either on master roll or contractual basis. Making appointment on contractual and master roll basis, from time to time, according to needs, is a normal practice of any government. Such appointments are very temporary in nature and are done for time being. For instance some 11 persons have been engaged on master roll basis as sweepers for a pay of Rs.3000/- per month to maintain cleanliness of Kamalanagar town. 2 persons have been engaged on MR fixed basis in the ITI and Dawchuni cum Mineral water plant. Labourers under PWD are engaged from time to on the basis of requirement for a specific time period as and when there are civil works. The concerns of the NGOs are all unfounded. Continue reading