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In Myanmar Parliament, colorful hats cap divisions

The civilians elected to Myanmar’s legislature are required to wear hats when taking the floor. The appointed military members are not.

Read more: Hats, Myanmar, Parliament

Lovers by the lake: Why Rih Dil is a must-visit for newlyweds from Mizoram

For many other newlyweds in eastern Mizoram, crossing the border into Myanmar and taking wedding photographs at the natural lake is one way to capture the most important day in their lives.


1 march, 11 sentences for Myanmar rights activist

The rights activist was found guilty on Thursday of disturbing public order.


John Kerry seeks to calm tensions in South China Sea

US officials with Kerry said he would be urging the Chinese and others to take voluntary steps to ease the mounting discord.


US: Myanmar sentencing journalist sends a ‘wrong message’

Psaki urges Myanmar to respect the rights of all media persons, as it is a critical element in democracy.


Sectarian unrest shakes major Myanmar city

Attacks against Muslims, who make up at least four percent of the population, have exposed deep rifts in Myanmar.


Presidents of India, China and Myanmar greet each other on 60th anniversary of Panchsheel Treaty

Pranab Mukherjee congratulated his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, saying the five principles serve as guiding light for the two countries.


37 missing, 2 dead after boat sinks off Malaysia

Around two million illegal immigrants are estimating to be working in the country of 28 million people.

Read more: Malaysia, MMEA, Myanmar

UN concerned Rohingya excluded from Myanmar census

Though Myanmar is carrying out its first census in 30 years, thousands of Muslim minority are likely to go uncounted.

Read more: Myanmar, Rohingyas

Myanmar army role to be ‘gradually’ decreased: President Thein Sein

Myanmar has embarked upon wide ranging economic and political reforms since it emerged from nearly five decades of outright army rule in 2011.


A new Eastern axis

Japan, Thailand, India joining forces in Myanmar could challenge China’s dominance.


Myanmar govt targeting Rohingya Muslim community: report

An independent human rights group says the Myanmar government is targeting the country’s minority Rohingya Muslim community.

LTTE cadres may be taking shelter in Andamans

The administration has also conveyed to the government that foreigners from Myanmar, Bangladesh, Thailand and Sri Lanka often intrude into the archipelago.


Heroin seized in Aizawl

32.6 grams of heroin worth around Rs 1.6 lakh seized by Narcotics Department officials.

Complicated visa allotment system and poor connectivity major impediments

Diplomats detail problem areas in BCIM trade ties

Complicated visa allotment system and poor connectivity major impediments


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