Ministry earns second parliamentary dressing down in 2 weeks for failing to invite tenders for Education Ministry buildings.
A local activist group has submitted complaints about projects it believes to be influenced by corruption among local authorities.
Over 3,200 Forestry Dept. staff disciplined in past seven years, most of them rangers
Ruling targets common practices such as paying for travel expenses
Commissioners agree that widespread public allegations of corruption in decision to free 3 suspected killers warrant further examination
U Soe Thein urges gov’t to continue U Thein Sein administration’s plan to join Open Government Partnership
Whistleblowers vindicated as Mandalay police court also demotes officers, punishes their superiors
Court to rule soon on whether trial will resume of trio, who were controversially freed by a lower court
U Win Myint urges Union officials to determine why Yangon officials dropped case against trio accused of beating Aung Yell Htwe to death; Union attorney general on Monday ordered the
Aung Yell Htwe case to be reopened amid public outcry, intervention of President U Win Myint.
U Ye Myint denies wrongdoing, says money doesn’t belong to government
Chinese police have caught 82 suspects in a crackdown on an online pyramid scheme involving $1.51 billion and more than 220,000 investors.
Suspects held under a controversial new detention measure introduced nationwide by China's anti-graft super ministry this year must be well treated, the corruption watchdog said.
President’s Office investigated the alleged fraud, demanded money returned from Ayeyarwady Health and Education Multi-Developments foundation to regional govt.
Three directors among those charged with bribe-taking to allow shipment of vans