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  • Myanmar to Sign PSCs for Onshore Blocks Awarded in 2013 in Mid-May

    Myanmar to Sign PSCs for Onshore Blocks Awarded in 2013 in Mid-May Myanmar expects to sign production sharing contracts awarded under Myanmar's Onshore Blocks Second Bidding Round 2013 in mid-May, la ...

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    Thursday, 24 April 2014
  • Children affected most by Myanmar fighting: UN

    Children affected most by Myanmar fighting: UN UNITED NATIONS: An estimated 1,000 children are among people forced to leave their temporary homes amid the fighting between the Myanmar National Army ...

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    Thursday, 24 April 2014
  • Myanmar says farewell to pro-democracy movement legend

    Myanmar says farewell to pro-democracy movement legend   Mourners flocked to a cemetery in Yangon, Myanmar’s main city, on Wednesday to mark the passing of one of the most iconic and well-loved ...

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    Thursday, 24 April 2014
  • Myanmar to carry out maintenance work on two major rivers

    Myanmar to carry out maintenance work on two major rivers Myanmar government will carry out maintenance work on two major rivers -- Ayeyawaddy and Chindwin in the country, aiming at improving nav ...

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    Thursday, 24 April 2014
  • Myanmar’s legal profession moves to establish National Bar Association

    Myanmar’s legal profession moves to establish National Bar Association Myanmar’s legal profession has taken a significant step towards establishing an independent, representative national bar assoc ...

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    Thursday, 24 April 2014
  • LionsXII to play Raddy's Myanmar on tour

    LionsXII to play Raddy's Myanmar on tour Just two months after taking on the Myanmar national football team coaching job, former Singapore coach Raddy Avramovic will be facing many of his one-time ...

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    Wednesday, 23 April 2014
  • Oishi turns to ice cream, Myanmar

    Oishi turns to ice cream, Myanmar restaurants Oishi Group Plc is looking at producing ice cream as a new product to strengthen its food business. Paisarn Aowstaporn, executive vice-president for O ...

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    Wednesday, 23 April 2014
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Nhan Dan Online/VNA - An international workshop on the East Sea was held in Yangon, Myanmar on April 24. Co-organised by the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies and India’s Stratcore Group, the event attracted more than 150 Myanma …
Myanmar expects to sign production sharing contracts awarded under Myanmar's Onshore Blocks Second Bidding Round 2013 in mid-May, later that an earlier timeline planned for January, a ministry of energy official told Rigzone Thursday. "We are …
UNITED NATIONS: An estimated 1,000 children are among people forced to leave their temporary homes amid the fighting between the Myanmar National Army and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) in areas of southern Kachin state, a United Nations Agency said …
Mourners flocked to a cemetery in Yangon, Myanmar’s main city, on Wednesday to mark the passing of one of the most iconic and well-loved leaders in the country's pro-democracy movement. Win Tin, a journalist and poet who became the country’s longest …
Myanmar government will carry out maintenance work on two major rivers -- Ayeyawaddy and Chindwin in the country, aiming at improving navigation on the two rivers, official media reported Thursday. The government will spend 12 billion Kyats (12.5 million …
Myanmar’s legal profession has taken a significant step towards establishing an independent, representative national bar association by forming an inclusive interim committee to steer its creation. This measure follows a legal seminar recently held in Nay …
Just two months after taking on the Myanmar national football team coaching job, former Singapore coach Raddy Avramovic will be facing many of his one-time charges, such as Izwan Mahbud, Safuwan Baharudin and Khairul Amri. The Straits Times has learnt …
ASA International (ASAI), one of the largest microfinance institutions in the world, has launched its operation in Myanmar, the organisation said. ASA Microfinance (Myanmar) Ltd, an affiliate of ASAI, launched its operation in Myanmar last month following …
Win Tin, legendary Burmese journalist and activist, died last April 21. Photo from @hrw (Human Rights Watch Veteran Burmese journalist and pro-democracy activist U Win Tin died of renal failure on April 21, 2014 at the age of 85. Before the rise of the …
Win Tin, legendary Burmese journalist and activist, died last April 21. Photo from @hrw (Human Rights Watch Veteran Burmese journalist and pro-democracy activist U Win Tin died of renal failure on April 21, 2014 at the age of 85. Before the rise of the …
U Win Tin, a journalist, author and poet who became a leading opponent of the military rulers of Myanmar, where he was imprisoned and tortured for 19 years, died on Monday in Yangon, formerly Rangoon. Sources differ on whether he was 84 or 85. The …
Activists, political figures and ordinary citizens crowded a cemetery on the outskirts of Yangon, filing past the coffin for a last glimpse of the co-founder of Myanmar's opposition party. Many wore blue — the color of a prison uniform — in tribute to …
23 April 2014 Last updated at 10:49 The executive producer of Top Gear has expressed regret for a "light-hearted" remark on its Burma special that led to the BBC show being accused of racism. Broadcast in March, the show saw Jeremy Clarkson use …
restaurants Oishi Group Plc is looking at producing ice cream as a new product to strengthen its food business. Paisarn Aowstaporn, executive vice-president for Oishi food business, said that the company recently introduced Aisu, a new ice-cream brand, at …
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