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NLD photography show, 'Sketching with Light,' opens Myanmar News.Net Monday 23rd May, 2011 (Source: Mizzima News ) National League for Democracy (NLD) General-Secretary Aung San Suu Kyi presides at the opening ceremony of the photo exhibition '
Kayin National Union (KNU), who returned to the government's legal fold, brought along 422 rounds of ammunition among others, the report said.Of the armed groups, KNU, which fought with the government for more than six decades since Myanmar's
The state-run New Light of Myanmar newspaper reported Thursday the project will start with a 79-mile (126 kilometer) rail link between the border town of Muse and Lashio in Myanmar's northeastern Shan State...The completed railroad will extend to a
Although these changes are unlikely to bring Burma significantly closer to a fully free press, they are set to lead to profound changes in the country's print industry. And whether these are positive or not will depend on the extent to which editors
Ministry of Energy has planned to cooperate more with foreign companies in oil, gas exploration and production in different regions of the country, China's Xinhua news agency said citing a report in the official daily New Light of Myanmar Saturday...
A Myanmar official media Monday hailed the winning of one gold, two silver and two bronze medals by the country's archers in the 2nd Asian Archery Grand Prix held in Vientiane, Laos. Myanmar team could bring tremendous dignity to the country during
The state-run new Light of Myanmar newspaper reported on Sunday that President Thein Sein said the government must convince minority groups living in border areas of its goodwill so they will cooperate in development efforts and loosen ties with
Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar's state oil firm is set to sign contracts with companies from China, Singapore and South Korea for oil and gas exploration, state media reported Saturday. The state-run New Light of Myanmar newspaper noted
China supports Myanmar's development mode chosen in accordance with the country's own conditions.He extended congratulations to U Thein Sein for being elected as Myanmar's new president, expressing hope that under the leadership of U Thein Sein and
Myanmar (AP) — A top official of China's ruling Communist Party has become the first high-ranking foreign visitor to meet with Myanmar's new president since a civilian government took office. The state-run New Light of Myanmar