Union Minister visits flood victims in Kyaikto

RAINS this month drove locals from some wards and villages of Kyaikto Township, Mon State, south of Yangon, to temporary relief camps visited yesterday by Union Minister for Social Welfar...

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First private-run pharmaceutical factory starts operation

The first private-run pharmaceutical factory in Myanmar started operation under the Good Manufacturing Practice-GMP yesterday morning in Yangon.  Run by Pacific Medical Industries-PMI on...

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Union Minister Dr Pe Myint attends meeting for publishing 100 Myanmar Books Series and Sarpay Beikman 70th Anniversary celebration

The top 100 Myanmar books were selected from distinguished classics and will be published by Sarpay Beikman under the name of 100 Myanmar Books Series for people of all ages be able to re...

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MoU signed for cooperation of agronomics service centers projects

MoU signing ceremony between Myanmar Rice Association, Myanmar Agronomics Public Corporation Ltd. and CITIC Construction Co.,Ltd. was held at Nay Pyi Taw Thingaha Hotel at 4 pm of 21st Ju...

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Vice President arrives back Yangon from New York

Vice President U Henry Van Thio arrived back Yangon from New York yesterday after ha has attended the 3rd UN Special Thematic Session on Water and Disasters held in New York. The Vice Pre...

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April-July agricultural export reaches US$954 million, down $50 million

Export from agriculture sector reached US$954 million from 1 April to 14 July, $50 million less than last year. Agricultural export during last FY 2016-2017 was $2.9 billion, an increase...

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Chinese tax on Myanmar goods slows trade to a trickle in July

To protect the local production of Chinese farmers, the China authorities increased its tax rate to 100 per cent for imported goods, prompting most merchants to halt trade in July. Main e...

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The habit of reading and studying history

Khin Maung Oo English philosopher Sir Francis Bacon said, “Reading maketh a full man.” Since our youth these words have been deeply etched in our minds. In fact, it encouraged us to read...

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Buddhism and Prevalence of Law and Order

Dr. Bhaddanta Candævaræbhivaµsa Pro-Rector Kyaikkalok Sayardaw International Theravada Buddhist Missionary University, Yangon About 588 BC, Buddhism appeared in the world. Before Buddhism...

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