On April 20, 1964, the scrapping of a popular radio show featuring advertisements for consumer goods signaled the start of two decades of Gen. Ne Win’s socialist economic agenda.
21 The News For 21 April 2019
Local residents accuse NGOs assisting Rohingya of excluding host community in hiring practices.
Villagers say the shooting and shelling was unprovoked. The army claims a nearby military base was ambushed by rebels.
Ma Kay Khine Tun is the 5th member of Peacock Generation detained over the New Year’s show
UWSA Vice Chairman Zhao Guo An said it will not sing the NCA and accused the current government of failing to honor the deal it struck with its predecessor.
The case is the latest to draw attention to Saudi Arabia's strict social rules, which force women to gain the permission of a male "guardian" if they want to work, marry or travel.
During a performance broadcast on Facebook, the Peacock Generation thangyat troupe criticized the military’s role in politics, chanting “it’s time to say goodbye.”
Industry experts say incident could hurt Myanmar’s chances in increasingly competitive rice market.
Only two were among the more than 9,500 inmates freed on Wednesday.
The Information Ministry said there were 288 deaths over the four-day holiday this year, less than half the 642 deaths recorded last year.
Statement issued Monday is the cardinal’s second on the topic this year.
A court in southern Tamil Nadu State asked the federal government to ban TikTok, saying it encouraged pornography and warning that sexual predators could target child users.
The inquiry is probing claims that authorities mishandled an investigation into 139 mass graves and more than 12 campsites suspected to have been run by migrant-smuggling gangs.
On the list of areas he might tackle in his second term is sagging foreign investment, the troubled education system and restrictive labor rules, insiders say.
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Wa Rebel Group Resists Govt Push to Sign its Ceasefire Deal
Authorities Vow Probe as Ivory Coast Destroys ‘Unfit’ Myanmar Rice Shipment
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Malaysia Begins Inquiry Into 2015 Discovery of Mass Graves, Human Trafficking Camps
Jokowi 2.0 Could Open Indonesia’s Door to Foreign Investors
47 Karenni Villages Asked to Pay $10K for Electricity Connection
US Firm Plans Beverage Packaging Plant in Rangoon
Malaysia to Release Satellite Data on Missing Jet
Participants Say They Were Tricked Into Joining USDP Rally
Journalists in Myanmar Still Under Threat Despite Latest Pulitzer Wins
Amnesty for Political Prisoners Eagerly Anticipated as Myanmar Ushers in New Year
Filmmaker Accused of Insulting Army Is Denied Bail, Sent to Prison
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