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.
Mandalay divisional government has opened up a local schoolroom to volunteers teaching street kids.
Fifty-six people have been arrested for their alleged participation in riots that shook Burma’s second-largest city in early July, state media reported on Sunday. Identities of the accused and details[…]
Authorities in Mandalay relaxed the curfew imposed upon seven townships after last month’s riots by an hour. It previously lasted for six hours — from 9pm to 3am — but Mandalay[…]
UN Special Rapporteur has been presented with findings from an inquiry into Mandalay’s communal violence, as she visited the city on Wednesday.
Air Mandalay signed an aircraft purchase agreement with Japan’s Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp to purchase six Mitsubishi Regional Jets worth about US$281 million, according to Burmese state media. Delivery for these[…]
Mandalay police and security forces have taken up positions at major intersections in the city as shops and businesses closed at 3:30pm on Friday amid threats of further riots. A[…]
Police officers are lining the streets of Mandalay after violence between Buddhists and Muslims broke out on Tuesday night.
Around 1,500 farmers from Mandalay Division marched through Pyin Oo Lwin demanding the return of 300,000 acres of farmland allegedly confiscated by the government and private companies.
Workers from wood-processing factories who were laid off after refusing to sign a pledge marched in protest to Mandalay on Friday. The workers allege that the factory owner called in[…]
Tens of thousands of people joined one of the biggest rallies on constitutional reform in Mandalay on Sunday, as Suu Kyi pushed to amend Article 436 – which effectively gives the military the power of veto in parliament.