The Burmese government mouthpiece will become a joint venture and transform into “a free and public centered media,” the information minister says.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces criticism for remaining silent about incidents deemed anti-Muslim, underscoring fears his Hindu nationalist followers will upset religious relations in India.
A group of Sri Lankan asylum seekers held at sea by Australian authorities for almost a month arrive at a detention camp on mainland Australia.
Vietnamese fishermen say they have been caught in the crossfire of a territorial dispute between Beijing and Hanoi.
The government should encourage local players in the booming energy sector, says U Ken Tun of Parami.
The predawn demolition of six villages in early February sends 200 villagers on an unlikely odyssey—and puts a spotlight on a national epidemic of land confiscations.
The new UN human rights envoy for Burma makes her first visit to the country, where she toured troubled Arakan State.
Activists, researchers and environmentalists from Burma and Thailand meet to find a way to stop hydropower dams planned on Burma’s section of the Salween River.
Oordeoo names a date for long-awaited SIM card sales, Bangkok Airways plans Chiang Mai-Burma routes and Tay Za gets a write up in Forbes magazine.