The factory has reportedly not sought the Ministry of Electricity and Energy’s permission to generate 49 megawatts of electricity using coal.
State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi meets with military leaders to discuss the terminology to describe acts of violence in the region.
Signs U Tay Za is returning to the international business community after his removal from US sanctions list.
Lawmaker cites environmental and health concerns, defense minister denies any negative impacts.
U Aung Naing Oo continues his efforts to end years of armed conflict in his recent appointment.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi praises ‘leader in the struggle for democracy’ at service in Yangon.
Five months after their last appeal was turned down, two Burmese migrant workers sentenced to death will file another appeal in Thailand’s high court.
U Zaw Htay says the formation of paramilitary forces is ‘not the policy of the government.’
Bankers say Daw Aung San Suu Kyi emphasized the importance of regular meetings between private bankers and the Central Bank of Myanmar.
A lawmaker requests that the military give Hlaing Township unused land in exchange for a stadium that it has rejected returning to the public.
He was released for health reasons and still faces trial under ‘incitement’ charges for Thangyat songs that advocated amendment of the 2008 Constitution.
Land is being cleared for construction on the former site of the Defense Services Museum.
Representatives from 20 political parties, many of which are currently unrepresented in Parliament, demand govt declare there are ‘no Rohingya.’
U Phyo Min Thein claimed a story about his regional government’s deal to import buses from China was factually incorrect, says press council.
The govt will dispatch a special envoy to the UN in New York in an effort to explain the situation in Rakhine State to the international community.