Rising demand for purified drinking water has led to a proliferation of brands — some unlicensed and lacking hygiene standards.
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On Monday, a curfew in Mandalay was lifted after 39 days in effect, but business as usual has not been restored in the central Burmese city.
The Buddhist nationalist movement known as 969 has spread rapidly throughout Burma but its founder, Sada Ma, insists the movement is one of peace.
Party to begin campaigning for April vote, with opposition leader saying rule of law more important that majority presence in parliament
Shooting by unknown gunmen close to Myawaddy happens on same day that four DKBA troops are killed outside of Kawkareik
Victims of shooting spree in Payathonsu include 13-year-old girl and an official from Burma’s intelligence department
Nearly 100 swept up in wave of Rangoon arrests but later released after police find no link between detainees and February bombing
Judge due to give decision over bail for detained former editor of the Myanmar Times after the next court appearance on 8 March
The media is awash with hype of Burma’s looming elections, but in Rangoon, the country’s throbbing political heart, the picture is more indifferent
Burma, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos to join hands in promoting ‘Four Countries: One Destination’ but the pro-boycott lobby stands strong
Dec 30, 2008 (DVB), Authorities in Rangoon have been stepping up restrictions on the movements of veteran journalist and senior National League for Democracy member Win Tin in an effort[…]
Jan 14, 2008 (DVB), Closed circuit television cameras installed at busy traffic junctions in Rangoon have now been removed by the city authorities due to high maintenance costs, said sources.[…]