Grandson of Ne Win writes of “a strong scent of nostalgia” at party in historic building for Ma Thi Thi Tun – reportedly the daughter of former trade minister U Tun Kyi, who was sacked amid corruption allegations.
A military factory that was the subject of a news article that ended with five people being jailed for seven years is at the centre of a fresh controversy, with residents in Magwe Region accusing local government officials of using devious tactics to help the military confiscate thousands of acres of land.
Migrant workers in Thailand have been given an unexpected grace period, the deputy labour minister announced yesterday.
The Taiwanese government appears to have gotten ahead of itself by announcing a Myanmar migrant worker scheme before Nay Pyi Taw signed off on the program.
Undergoing stricter than usual invigilation, 17 students serving terms in Insein Prison recently sat their matriculation exams.
Responding to calls for it to join an official investigation, embassy says examination of the deaths of two Kachin teachers is a matter for the Kachin people and government.
Community radio is the key to spreading ethnic news rapidly and inexpensively, participants at a recent ethnic media conference were told.