One of Burma’s most celebrated rock stars, Lay Phyu, will release a charity single to fund the renovation of quake-hit temples in Bagan.
During a highly controversial investigation, Thai police allegedly beat the two suspects and forced them to falsely confess.
The officers fail to return to Nang Pha Kar village police outpost after escorting a detainee from jail to court.
The reputation of Burma’s govt is at stake amid international concerns over how it is dealing with violence in the country’s divided northwest.
Ethnic armed alliance discusses new leadership elections, northern Shan State conflict and the country’s peace process at a meeting in Chiang Mai.
‘We want all 17.7 acres back to use for education and research. I would like to make a request to the Parliament,’ says U Win Maw Tun.
The State Counselor will open an exhibition as part of celebrations to mark 50 years of diplomatic relations between Burma and Singapore.
The Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Ministry revises the existing 1993 Child Law and ups the punishment handed out in child rape cases.
Police have not yet delivered an official explanation to the public regarding an investigation into a number of minor explosions in Rangoon.
Initial laboratory tests find four bottles of M-150 energy drink do not contain explosive but are filled with liquid painkiller, wax and oil.
‘We have shackled them in accordance with the prison manual, and we have opened a case against them with the police,’ says the correctional director.
The chain connecting some of the world’s best-known brands with a mine in one the most inaccessible corners of Southeast Asia has many links.
Nineteen vacant seats are up for grabs in the by-election slated for April 1, 2017.
Five lawmakers from the National League for Democracy are dismissed from their posts in parliamentary committees.
Two new rape cases—including one involving underage victims—are filed with the local police in Chanayethazan Township.