A Singapore university is teaming up with the government to survey central Myanmar, where the Sagaing Fault runs through both Mandalay and Naypyitaw.
Party leadership questions police handling of Tuesday’s riot, which left 7 dead.
Police said the protest leaders would be sued for failing to inform authorities of the event, which was organized to denounce the recent convictions of five other protest leaders.
A PNLO secretary said the leadership change will have no effect on the group’s commitment to achieving peace with the government and military.
Action for Shan State Rivers said meeting was meant to finalize a strategic environmental assessment for hydropower development projects on the Salween River.
The Defense Ministry asks for an amount higher than the combined total of the health and education budgets.
Auditor General U Maw Than said he found significant missing funds in two regions and widespread violations of spending procedures and regulations.
A local lawmaker says police opened fire after the protestors started hurling stones and bricks, upset that anniversary events marking the end of the Arakan dynasty had been banned
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said 750 Rohingya and 508 Hindu refugees in Bangladesh have been approved for repatriation and will make the trip home next week.
Authority says plans for this year include launch of cashless payment system
The first of the Union govt’s cabinet reshuffle this year came on Monday, following resignations earlier this month.
Despite optimism, unlicensed buses and illegal drivers raise fears for public safety.
The three parties finally set aside their differences after five years of negotiations in a bid to see the Kachin win seats in the 2020 general election.
Daw Tin Thuzar, who was suffering from diabetes and serving a 16-year jail sentence for the torture of two domestic workers, died at Insein Prison hospital.
Regional lawmakers waiting for President’s Office to nominate successor to Mahn Johnny.