Chin state bans two more newspapers

The Chin state government has banned two more newspapers, the Tedim Post and Zo Lengthe, both published from Tedim Township, Chin state.

Tedim Post’s executive chief Htan Van Hlan said that the Tedim language newspapers Tedim Post and Zo Lengthe were not officially registered and so have been stopped from going ahead with their publication.

The Chin state government issued an order from Tedim Township Administration Office on 16 October ordering both newspapers to cease publishing immediately. Read more…

Second Chin Language Newspaper Banned by State Government

Falam Post


Chin State authorities have banned the Laizo (Chin) language newspaper, Falam Post from publishing as of 16 October. Read more…

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