A man of great poise, dignity and generosity, U Aung Htike passed away on Sept. 23, 2016.
Burma’s Lower House of Parliament passes the long-awaited Myanmar Investment Bill to mixed reviews, and it now moves to the Upper House.
Ta’ang student and women’s groups accuse the Restoration Council of Shan State of mistreating ethnic Ta’ang civilians in northern Shan State, a claim the RCSS denies
Pockets within the Burma military may still be cooperating with North Korea despite government and military opposition, according to a senior US official.
The head of the regional parliament’s Finance, Planning and Economic Affairs Committee says the focus will be on 11 issues.
Thailand’s Prime Minister says he will ban the Chinese-Hong Kong action film from being screened in Thailand if it is found to “damage” the country.
Burma’s Lower House discusses a proposal urging the government to enact legal protection against labor exploitation and abuse of Burmese migrant workers in foreign countries.
A Mandalay court accepts a case against a Dutch tourist for violating visa regulations and insulting religion after he disrupted a Buddhist ritual last week.
Locals have sent an open letter to Burma’s President U Htin Kyaw opposing the planned hydropower project to be built in Kachin State’s Chipwi and Tsawlaw townships.
Burma’s national education law needs to be amended as two thirds of the country’s 232,000 disabled children do not obtain a formal education, says Unicef.
The Rangoon divisional Parliament begins its second session on Thursday after a three and a half month break.
Police raid a house suspected of drug dealing only to be forced back by knife-wielding residents in Tenasserim’s Myeik Township.
Yangon Heritage Trust reveals its conservation strategy for Rangoon and says the city is “at a tipping point” and that without action there will be a terrible loss of cultural
Speaker of the Arakan State parliament, San Kyaw Hla, is being accused of appropriating 10 acres from villagers in Ponnagyun Township in order to fill the area with Buddhist relics
Former political prisoners call on the Union government to establish a justice ministry to ensure judicial independence and prison reform.