Wednesday, August 29, 2012
2012 Aug 29 Deputy Minister reshuffled 2012 Aug 29 Deputy Minister Reshuffled 2012 Aug 29 Permission granted to resign from the post of Union Auditor-General 2012 Aug 29 Permission Granted to Resign From the Post of Union Auditor-General 2012 Aug 29 Permission granted to tesign from the post of Union Minister 2012 Aug 29 Permission Granted to Tesign From the Post of Union Minister 2012 Aug 27 Union Minster reshuffled 2012 Aug 27 Union Minster Reshuffled 2012 Aug 27 Union Election Commission member appointed 2012 Aug 27 Union Election Commission Member Appointed 2012 Aug 27 Deputy Minister appointed 2012 Aug 27 Deputy Minister Appointed
Monday, 27 August 2012 15:08 NMHO
United Wa State Army which is currently the strongest in terms of finance,
equipment, weapons and manpower among all the ethnic armed groups
is said to be practicing its salary system as during the days under
the Communist Party of Burma (CPB), according to former CPB members.
[B]uesday, August 28[/B] — Within two weeks, over 6,000 miners and residents
in Burma’s Hpakant jade mine have fled from war zones to local Christ churches
and Buddhist monasteries in Hpakan. The fighting intensified in the jade mining
region in western Kachin State when a Burmese Army column took position
near Maw Mau Bum— the jade
Tuesday, 28 August 2012 12:51 Mizzima News
Activities of the newly formed Myanmar Core Press Council have been halted
to allow for negotiations with the Myanmar Journalists Association (MJA),
government officials said.
Tuesday, 28 August 2012 13:14 Myat Thu Pan
(Commentary) - Reading Chit Hlaing's reminiscence of his last meeting with Ne Win
in 1995 is quite a revelation. What is most confounding is that Chit Hlaing realized
the key to Ne Win’s failure as a ruler of Burma only after the nation
had been left in utter ruins.
The Karen National Union (KNU) and the Burma Government announced today
that they have agreed on the dates and location for the third round of their
‘peace-talk’ negotiation. The two parties finally agreed to meet in Hpan-an,
Karen State on September 3rd and 4th after the Burma Government had earlier
postponed the ‘peace-talks’ that were originally scheduled for August 27th to 29th.