A garment factory management has defied the ruling of the district arbitration council by banning the return of seven staff that the council had directed them to re-employ.
A man accused of killing two police officers in September as he tried to evade arrest appeared in Yangon South District Court yesterday under tight security, with two police officers and a local witness offering testimony.
Party leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi might be telling voters to only consider the party when voting, but National League for Democracy candidates in Yangon’s Pabedan township insist it’s important residents know who they are supporting.
A “cheating” offence in the century-old criminal code is often the only recourse for abandoned mothers.
A power plant that will burn Yangon’s trash to generate electricity will be built on 15 acres of land in Shwe Pyi Thar township starting from October, according to Yangon City Development Committee.
Nicknamed the “solo running horse” of Yangon Region parliament for her lone defiance of the ruling party, Bahan township’s independent candidate Daw Nyo Nyo Thin marched into her third day of grassroots campaigning yesterday.