The Myanmar Times
Friday, 30 January 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Deputy rector snatches student flag during rally

Students in Mandalay have complained that Mandalay Technological University deputy rector U Tin Lin Maung seized their flag during a mini-demonstration last week.

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Mogok residents urge upkeep of historic British war cemetery

A century-old burial spot for British dead in Mandalay Region has fallen into disrepair and needs a clean-up, according to those who live nearby.

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Workers demand jobs back at privatised textile factory

More than 700 factory employees are demanding that their employer reinstate locked-out workers on the basis of a 16-point agreement they said had been reached with the management a year ago.

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Mandalay municipal poll likely in months

Mandalay residents will soon get to follow their counterparts in Yangon to the polling booth to elect municipal officials.

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Rotten teak pillars putting bridge at risk

More than 30 of the teak pillars that support popular tourist attraction the U Bein Bridge across Taungthaman Lake in Amarapura, Mandalay Region, have to be replaced because of advanced decay.

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Hundreds join Mandalay protest against mine

About 500 people including dozens of Buddhist monks protested near the Chinese consulate in Mandalay on December 27 demanding the closure of the Letpadaung copper mine.

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Skaters descend on Mandalay for comp

Skaters from all over the country will be converging on Mandalay this week to take part in Myanmar’s first skating competition.

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Myingyan farmers dispute ownership of alluvial plain

Farmers in Myingyan township, Mandalay Region, are complaining that they are being forced to share their fields with landless people.

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Mandalay: Braving 21st century challenges

Mandalay has been added to the list of the world’s most “resilient cities”, joining the 32 that had been named during the first round in 2013.

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‘Nothing has changed’: Land activist stages solo protest through Mandalay

A land and labour rights activist has staged a solo protest in five Mandalay townships, criticising the slow pace of the government’s reform program.

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