Chin state Class X pass percentage higher than last year

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In the 2014-2015 academic year the class X results announced on 6 June in states and regions in Myanmar and Chin state, the pass percentage  was 17.84. The result shows that the pass percentage had doubled compared to last year. The pass percentage last year was 8.07 only. This year, there were 9,639 students in class X, of these 1,720 successfully passed the examination. There are six subjects letters for 1, five subjects letters for 1, four subjects letters for 5, three subjects letters for 15, two subjects letters for 43 and one subject letters for 233.

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Mob lynches man for slashing girl’s neck with knife

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An angry mob lynched a Burmese citizen who had slashed a 12-year old girl’s neck with a knife on 8 June at Zawngin village, Mizoram state. The man, Liankhansang, was a native of Tahan block in Kalaymyo, Myanmar and he arrived in Zawngin, Mizoram state for four weeks in order to work as a wood cutter.

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