With an election looming, we can only expect their hate-mongering to intensify
Opposition parties have threatened legal action against new seat allocation rules they save have robbed their “democratic front” alliance of a parliamentary majority.
An interview with communications and human rights specialist James Gomez on the power of fake news abroad and the role it’s likely to play in next year’s general elections.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is gunning for a second term having campaigned strongly on his national security record following a flare up in tensions with Pakistan.
U Soe Lwin, a commercial rubber grower and former building contractor, was chosen in a secret ballot by the 11 members of the YCDC executive board.
The NLD took 89 of the 105 seats up for grabs on Sunday while independents grabbed the other 16, leaving the military-backed USDP without a single win.
Fewer than an tenth of the city's more than 3 million eligible voters had gone to the polls in the early hours of Sunday morning, according to PACE, an election monitor.
On March 14, 1952, U Nu became prime minister after leading the Anti-Fascist People’s Freedom League to victory in the country’s first general election.
Many so called "buzzer" teams, named for the social media buzz they aim to create, often using fake accounts, have sprung up ahead of the presidential election next month.
An objection was submitted about the logo of the new Democratic Party of National Politics party which is headed by former military officers.
More women are contesting for leading positions in Yangon City Development Committee, but the number remains vastly disproportionate to that of male candidates.
Modi, who faces a general election by May, said he had given security forces a free hand to avenge last week's killings, the deadliest attack on security forces in decades.
In stunning move, Princess Ubolratana breaks tradition of royals eschewing politics
There is mounting concern in India that party workers could abuse the platform by using automated tools for mass messaging, or spread false news to sway voters.
The local election commission said it no longer believed that the use of party logos during the campaign period posed a risk to a free and fair poll.