The bust is in connection with the prior confiscation of 22 guns from a couple driving to Mandalay.
Editor U Kyaw Min Swe already faces charges under Article 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law over the same article.
Locals continue to protest the factory’s coal-fired power plant, citing environmental and health concerns.
An expansion and decentralization of treatment has contributed to the large decline.
The government hopes the new law will attract foreign investment.
Bus conductors protest the sudden announcement that they will be fired, as a new cash box system is to be implemented on YBS bus lines.
President U Htin Kyaw puts forward a list of nominees to Parliament for three vice governor positions and five director positions.
Three locals are held for ransom in northern Shan State, according to reports.
After urging the govt to institute martial law in Rakhine State earlier this month, USDP and allies send undisclosed recommendations to military chief.
Officials say Rohingya insurgents are behind a slew of killings in the area.
A military attaché objects to a CSSU meeting, saying it is not in line with the official peace process.
Married couple planned to sell weapons, says officer.
Regional lawmakers urge Myanmar to change laws used against the media.
Ministry officials look into whether trustees of some famous pagodas have breached rules or stayed on after expired terms.
Aircraft entered thick cloud, hit by sudden crosswinds, concludes probe.