We need not fall for traps or tricks

Khin Maung Oo A strong desire for more wealth, possessions, power, etc. than a person needs is greed or craving. Here, we need to be well convinced that strong desires for material th...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Poor timing in tomato cultivation led to unstable price

Myanmar tomato growers are weak in their choosing the right varieties for growing, their knowledge of pest protection and the timing of cultivation matched with production rates, acco...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

PyinOoLwin Flower Festival to be held on 1st December

An expanded PyinOoLwin Flower Festival will be held at the National Kandawgyi Botanical Garden in PyinOo Lwin beginning 1st December. “The flower festival has been held annually in Py...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Inter-faith prayers for peace in Myanmar

By Ye Khaung Nyunt & Zaw Gyi (Panita) THE Yangon Region National League for Democracy held a mass prayer ceremony in Yangon yesterday, attracting about 30,000 people from differen...

From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Central Govt Infringing Administration of KNU Regions, Say Leaders

After emergency top-level meeting, general secretary says central government and KNU administrations often overlap.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Tourists Shun Myanmar in Wake of Rakhine Crisis

Tour operators and industry officials report trip cancelations, drop in business.

The post From The Irrawaddy

China Eyes Mon State Investment

Chinese investors are interested in the tourism and rubber production sectors, says state minister.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Ten Accused of Blocking Aid Shipment in Sittwe to Face Trial

The ten men were allegedly part of a 300-strong mob armed with slingshots and petrol bombs that stopped a Red Cross aid shipment to Maungdaw.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Segregation Fans Fears of Fresh ‘Cleansing’ in Rakhine

Muslim residents say they are being cut off from essential supplies.

The post From The Irrawaddy

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