Worsening traffic and declining incomes have driven many out of the industry, with some turning to taxis instead.
An election commission report into Yangon’s heavily criticised municipal election in December has recommended scrapping the one-vote-per-household rule and allowing all adults over the age of 18 to cast a ballot, commission head U Tin Aye said yesterday.
Bus lines have joined highway authorities in a clampdown on ticket touts.
Audited books for 2013-14 and 2014-15 have yet to appear in the hluttaw, MPs reveal ahead of budget session.
Undergoing stricter than usual invigilation, 17 students serving terms in Insein Prison recently sat their matriculation exams.
In the early hours of March 13, three days after police rounded up student protesters in Letpadan, four members of the All Burma Federation of Student Unions (ABFSU) were visiting the house of a friend in Yangon’s Ahlone township.
Victims of the alleged fraudster U Kyaw Myint, the former owner of Father Land Construction, packed Latha Township Court in downtown Yangon yesterday as the defendant appeared.