Burma President Thein Sein visited Chin State at the weekend where he called on government executives to amend their way of thinking and embrace democracy, the state-run New Light of Myanmar newspaper reported. He said the objective of the government is peace and stability of the State protected by the rule of law. The country...
Investment in education is the most profitable development venture for the nation, President Thein Sein said during Friday’s visit to University of Kalay in Sagaing Division which is located in western Burma closed to Chin State bordering with the Indian state of Manipur in the north and the Indian state of Mizoram in the west....
The Union level Peacemaking Committee and the Chin National Front (CNF) held a second round of peace negotiations at ‘Myanmar Peace Center’ in Rangoon from 7 to 9 December in the presence of international observers, the state-run New Light of Myanmar has reported. The paper said that out of 31 proposals raised by CNF, 27...
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