Kamalanagar, 29 April 2017: Speaking on the occasion of celebration of 45th Anniversary of the momentous birth of Chakma Autonomous District Council Dg. Kali Kumar Tongchangya said, “Chakmas and Tongchangyas are the descendants of two own brothers, Bijoygiri and Udaygiri.”
Kamalanagar, 26 January 2017: Kamalanagar witnessed a colourful celebration of India’s 68th Republic Day organised at the Kamalanagar football playground. Pu Lalfakzuala, Sub-divisional Officer (Civil) and Chief Guest of the programme did the honour of hoisting the National Flag. Dg. Kali Kumar Tongchangya, CEM, CADC and Dg. Dayal Chandra Chakma, Chairman, CADC also attended the programme.
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 15 August 2016: Dr. Buddha Dhan Chakma, Minister of State graced the official celebration programme of 70th Independence Day at Kamalanagar as its chief guest. Thousands of people poured in from all around Kamalanagar and nearby villages to witness the programme held at Kamalanagar football playground.
As many as 18 parade contingents represented by different schools and CRPF Battalion participated in the ceremonial march past. Dr. B. D. Chakma observed the ceremonial inspection of all the parade contingents. Udaygiri Higher Secondary School and Public School, Kamalanagar were adjudged first and second in the March Past. Continue reading
Kamalanagar, 14 June 2016: The CADC Censor Committee for the first time screened a video album, titled “Hoshpana Monsaap” produced by Dangubi Rita Chakma. The screening found objection with two shots in the title song of the album being vulgar and imposed cuts.
The meeting of the Committee decided to draft a guideline based on which the screening will be conducted. All private as well government albums, documentary, film etc. produced in CADC will be subjected to screening before mass production for circulation or sale. All such works must bear the certification from the Censor Committee before their release whose display will be mandatory.
Kamalanagar, 30 April 2016: The Chakma Autonomous District Council completed 44 years yesterday. On 1st April 1972 the Pawi-Lakher Autonomous Regional Council was trifurcated into Chakma, Lakher and Pawi Autonomous Regional Councils which were further upgraded into Autonomous District Councils on 29th April 1972. Continue reading
Kamalanagar, 20 November: The remaining four Executive Members of the new Executive Committee of Chakma Autonomous District Council were sworn-in today. With this the Executive Committee of CADC gets to full strength of eight members including the Chief Executive Member.
The MDCs who were sworn-in as Executive Member are Dangu Parimal Chakma, Dangu Buban Kumar Chakma, Dangu Amit Kumar Chakma and Dangu Purna Muni Chakma. They were appointed by His Excellency the Governor of Mizoram on recommendation of the new Chief Executive Member Dangu Kali Kumar Tongchangya. Continue reading
Kamalanagar, 15 August, 2015: The 69th Independence Day was celebrated at Kamalanagar, the headquarter of Chakma Autonomous District Council. Dangu Dr. B. D. Chakma, Minister of State graced the official celebration programme held at Kamalanagar football playground as its chief guest.
The national flag was unfurled at about 10 am to the chorus chanting of the national anthem.
Kamalanagar, April 29, 2015: Chakma Autonomous District Council completes 43 years today. In the year 1972, on this momentous day, the Chakmas living along a narrow strip of south western part of Mizoram within the then Pwi-Lakher Regional Council were put under an autonomous district council under the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution of India to allow them to safeguard and promote their distinct ethnic and cultural identity. However, an equal number of Chakma population remained outside the ambit of the Council to the north western part of Mizoram.
Kamalanagar, October 2:Kamalanagar, headquarter of Chakma Autonomous District Council has seen a mass public participation in the cleanliness drive organized to mark the launching of “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” (Clean India Mission) at Kamalanagar along with rest of India.