At least one township involved denies misusing the funds, claiming the farmers received the full amount they were promised.
A much-delayed inquiry into Arakan State’s sectarian violence is scheduled for release Monday, but investigation commission members don’t know if it will be released.
After years of pop music isolation Burma is ready to rock as the Danish band is eagerly anticipated ahead of its March show.
Burma’s market for pulses is no has been, as a new export deal signed with major wealthy nations for millions of tons of exports shows.
The media representatives said a law under consideration by the Burmese Parliament would create a new system of censorship and called for consultations.
An anti-addiction NGO in Rangoon says it has been forced to cut over half its rehabilitation and campaign activities as international funding has dried up.
Burma expects to increase its rubber exports by a third in the coming year following recent efforts to promote the industry to the international community.
Businesses and workers at Burma’s largest used-car market say they are being unfairly forced to relocate to make way for a housing development.
The traditional performance—a favorite of former strongman Snr-Gen Than Shwe—will appear as part of the opening ceremony of Burma’s first major international sporting event.