The future independence hero met the leaders of the Indian nationalist movement and argued that armed struggle was essential against British rule.
11 The News For 11 April 2021
On this day in 1953, Myanmar lost the prominent and pioneering cartoonist U Ba Gyan, author of scathing political cartoons and creator of Myanmar’s first animated movie.
The obelisk at Panglong in Shan State marks the place where Gen. Aung San and ethnic leaders signed the landmark agreement in 1947 to restore independence from Britain.
Staff from numerous government departments across the country are refusing to work under a military dictatorship.
Analyst Mon Mon Myat says the eruption of public anger against the coup will be hard for the generals to silence.
Millions more coronavirus vaccine doses are due to arrive from India.
Government hospital staff across the country are preparing to down tools to oppose the coup and call for the release of U Win Myint and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
Foreign firms are closing as businesses express concerns about the recovery and the security of their investments after the coup.
Dr. Myint Htwe was leading efforts to control coronavirus and vaccinate the nation.
The architect of Myanmar’s independence met with Collis at the Dorchester Hotel in London to discuss the country’s future.
Around 750,000 have been selected to receive the coronavirus jabs from India, including frontline medics and senior government figures.
More than 300 demonstrators defied Pathein stay-at-home orders to condemn the Nov. 8 general election results.
Around 750,000 people, including medics and political figures, have been selected to receive the Indian coronavirus vaccine from Wednesday.
Some 760 migrant workers, mostly from Myanmar, are among more than 900 new COVID-19 cases in Samut Sakhon, Thai health authorities said.
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