Quarto Products is set to resume deliveries this week, more than a month after it was shut down amid a Ministry of Commerce audit, and food and beverages worth an estimated K600 million were confiscated.
For years, we assumed Big Brother was watching – listening to phone calls, reading emails.
Colourful, interesting and designed to make students think – that’s what the new generation of school textbooks is going to look like. Starting in the 2014-15 academic year, schoolchildren from primary levels upwards will have access to new, higher-quality materials as part of the education department’s child-centred approach to teaching.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and members of the United Nationalities Federal Council have reached an agreement to work together to bring about the establishment of a federal system and federal union army, they told reporters last week.
A 10 million euro (US$13.5 million) European Union project to improve standards in the Myanmar Police Force will focus on guiding legal reform, ensuring police have the training to manage conflict situations, and building trust with the community, an EU official says.
The Yangon City Development Committee’s misguided efforts to deal with worsening traffic congestion threatens to destroy the unique character of the city’s downtown area and encourage the use of cars.