After a long break due to unprompted settings, Bhss junior section News broadcasting board has been back on track, and the news faction welcomes you all to this New Session. I am P. Liandingpuii, sitting here with me is R.Lalhruaizela. The turn-out in the election to the village councils in the six districts of Mizoram and local councils within the Aizawl Municipal Council held on Thursday was over 70 percent. Deputy Inspector General of Police, LT Hrangchal said the polling was completely peaceful without any untoward incidents. Elections were held in 498 out of 536 village councils and 82 out of 83 local councils in Aizawl city. Mizo missionaries in quake-ravaged Nepal decided they wanted to stay back to help those in need, Baptist Church of Mizoram General Secretary Rev H Lianngaia said that they had informed two of their missionaries that they could return, but they declined the offer, saying they have to look after the church members in time of crisis. There were over 50 Mizo families in Nepal working as Christian missionaries, which included seven ordained pastors of the Presbyterian Church, one Baptist church pastor and one Salvation Army Officer. The government of Mizoram led by Chief Minister Lalthanhawla proposed changes to the school timings in the state. According to the Parliamentary Secretary Joseph Lalhimpuia, the main reason for the proposed change to an earlier start is “education policy”. In his speech at the ruling party’s office in Lunglei, he said that the society needs to conform to the government’s education policy and not the education system conforming to society’s practice. He further said that the people needs to be willing to rearrange their life – what time they sleep, what time they get up, what they eat and so on. Meanwhile, people in the southern part of Mizoram are facing many problems due to the abrupt change in school timings, which gave rise to public rage, and indignation in many parts of the state. Results for High School Leaving Certificate 2015 under MBSE was published on the 29th of last month. Jennifer Vanrammawii d/o R.Lalbiaktluanga, Baptist Higher Secondary School, Serkawn stood first in HSLC Exam 2015, we also have C. Lalnunfeli from our school who stood third in this exam. Strangely enough, they are the only females among the top ten lists. The news faction is proud to air the success of our students and we wish them oodles of great achievement in their future years. In sports… Chelsea clinched the Premier League title on Sunday in a manner that may seem to sum up their season: with six defenders on the field, systematically wasting time as it protected a 1-0 lead that came from a scruffy first-half goal. Eden Hazard scored that goal with a header off the rebound of his own, horrible penalty kick. “Lucky, lucky,” Hazard told Sky TV. Yet really there was nothing lucky about Chelsea’s victory over Crystal Palace, or its fourth title in a decade. A dismal fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao probably drew more than 4 million pay-per-view buys at 100 dollars apiece. The Kentucky Derby, with a field said to be one of the strongest of the last several decades, lured a record crowd of more than one and a half lakh to Churchill Downs stadium and was watched by 16 million others on TV. The great fight ended in an ironic winning belt given away to Mayweather who was believed to be on the losing side throughout the big match. To end the news for this morning, let me add that our school has just been installing CCTV around the school campus under the direction and supervision of our Vice Principal. It is hoped that installation of CCTV will greatly ease the guarding job been performed by some of the staff members. Happy children and teachers, thank you for hearing the news. The news is broadcasted on behalf of BHSS Junior Section for its happy children and working staff, lovely parents and anyone willing to be counted inside this humble family. Please visit www.bhssjr.com for more information. That’s our website. For now, bye bye.