MNF

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MNFMonday Night Football
MNFMultinational Force
MNFMizo National Front
MNFMitsubishi Nuclear Fuel (Japan)
MNFMendocino National Forest (California)
MNFMarubeni Nisshin Feed (Japan)
MNFMulti-Net Fault
MNFMaster Navigation Filter
MNFManual Notification Form
MNFMop Not Followed (Sprint)
MNFMoorehead and North Fork Railroad
MNFModernization of NOAA Fisheries
MNFMillers National Federation
MNFMicro and Nano Flows (Conference)
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CBI sources said three sitting MPs -- D Bandopadhyay of Trinamool Congress, Brajesh Pathak of BSP and Lalhming Liana of Mizo National Front -- have been named along with some travel agents in the cases registered by the agency.
The protracted history of insurgency led by the legendary Laldenga and his Mizo National Front (MNF) in Mizoram (Hluna, 1985b) witnessed the high handed accesses of the Indian Armed Forces in the name of controlling the secessionist movement and protecting the Indian Nation from foreign influences and dissenting voices.
Mizo National Front had won the lone Lok Sabha seat from Mizoram.
After the counting of votes, the tally stood with Congress winning 30 seats, while the Mizo National Front (MNF) could only manage 8 seats.
The main political parties in the fray are ruling Congress led by Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla, and three party- opposition alliance Mizoram Democratic Alliance (MDA) led by former Chief Minister Zoramthanga's Mizo National Front.
But at the same time he warns that if India is to solve the problem in the North East "mindset in Delhi has to change" and instead of dividing the insurgency groups the government should try to co-opt the whole group and bring them into the mainstream as it was done in the case of Mizo National Front in 1986.
In Mizoram, the main struggle for political supremacy is between the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) and the main opposition Congress party while the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) may play a crucial role in forming the new ministry if the two contender parties fail to secure the magic number of 21 in the 40-member house.
In Mizoram, the Congress has already won 10 of the 40 seats and is leading in six others while the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) is ahead in three seats and the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) in one.
In Mizoram, the Congress was back in power after a decade when it got a majority routing the ruling Mizo National Front.
In the north-eastern state of Mizoram, the main struggle for political supremacy is between the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) and the main opposition Congress party while the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) may play a crucial role in forming the new ministry if the two contender parties fail to secure the magic number of 21 in the 40-member house.
The main contest is between the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF) and Indian National Congress, the main opposition party, with both entering into electoral tie up with smaller parties.
The three main contenders are the ruling Mizo National Front (MNF), the Congress and the United Democratic Alliance.