Aizawl: Manipur may have been burning for the past four months but one can very well argue that Mizoram, its neighbour, has been feeling the heat since May 3, when it went all wrong. Take the Mizoram Science Centre for example. For all intents and purposes, it was built to host school field trips. But since May 4, it has taken on a new, life-saving role: it is now home to 27 orphaned, vulnerable children who fled the perilous ethnic clashes in Manipur.
Perched atop Berawtlang Hill, the Mizoram Science Centre can be......
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