Burmese students and activists take to the streets again, calling for the release of fellow protestors and denouncing the watered-down amendments bill.
Twenty six fire engines were called to busy Pansodan Street in downtown Rangoon on Wednesday.
Large numbers of protestors are arrested, as an image of confusion and violence in Letpadan emerges.
Student negotiators achieved an apparent breakthrough on Tuesday morning, as a deal was proposed to allow them to carry on towards Rangoon.
Police, plain clothed thugs beat students and activists with batons and makeshift weapons, to disperse Rangoon crowd.
Burma is undergoing a period of mass urbanisation. Can Rangoon and Mandalay handle the influx of people?