The Patriotic Monks Union holds a press conference in which they call statements by MPs ‘groundless,’ and criticize media coverage of the incident.
The energy ministry announces plan to raise electricity prices but has yet to decide prices for households, businesses, and industrial firms.
Leaders of Rangoon, Northeastern, and Northwestern commands all change in Tatmadaw shake-up.
The state counselor’s dog Taichito has become a local celebrity since being gifted by her son years ago.
International Committee of the Red Cross says authorities blocking areas under the control of ethnic minority forces and from visiting some prisoners.
Uber is only hiring government-accredited taxi drivers in Burma as it launches in Rangoon.
One person is injured as nationalists led by Buddhist monks claim “illegal” Muslim Rohingya are present in a Rangoon township.
The USDP and 12 other parties sign a letter objecting to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s speech delivered just before the April 1 by-elections.
Amid allegations of misappropriated funds, the former regional govt says that it gave the missing money to a regional development foundation.
A committee to combat false Buddhist doctrine has urged the state’s Buddhist authority to judge the morality of a firebrand nationalist monk’s hate speech.
Clashes intensify between the North Alliance and the Burma Army in Ta’ang and Kokang areas, weeks before the 21st Century Panglong peace conference.
Four student union members who protested outside the education department last month are sentenced to four months in prison.
Demonstrators oppose the recognition, citing continued abuses against ethnic and religious minorities, journalists and rights activists.
Tint Tint Myanmar Company is preparing a fleet of water taxis and ferries for Rangoon’s rivers, as lawmakers fear a rough beginning for the project.
Hotels and Tourism Minister U Ohn Maung reveals plan for expansion on trip to southern Arakan State.