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Suu Kyi's party to contest 2015 <strong>Myanmar</strong> elections

Suu Kyi's party to contest 2015 Myanmar elections

29 Dec 2013

Yangon: Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party said that it will contest 2015 parliamentary elections even if the country's constitution barring her from running for president is not amended.

Suu Kyi,   Myanmar elections,   Myanmar democracy,   Myanmar government,  
World Bank to invest USD two billion in <strong>Myanmar</strong>

World Bank to invest USD two billion in Myanmar

27 Jan 2014

Yangon: World Bank President Jim Yong Kim on Sunday announced that the WB Group plans to invest USD two billion in a multi-year development programme for Myanmar, a news agency reported. The World Bank President made this announcement on his first visit to Myanmar.

World Bank,   Myanmar,   Jim Yong Kim,   USD 2 billion investment in Myanmar,   ,  
Congress taunts BJP over Modi’s US visa row

Congress taunts BJP over Modi’s US visa row

07 Apr 2014

New Delhi: With the  Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) putting on display a video clip of US President Barrack Obama to justify Amit Shah’s controversial ‘revenge’ remark, the Congress took a dig at the Opposition party reminding it of visa denial by US to its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.

Congress,   Narendra Modi visa,   Modi visa issue,   BJP,   US visa,   latest news,  
UN Human Rights Chief urges <strong>Myanmar</strong> to probe sectarian killings

UN Human Rights Chief urges Myanmar to probe sectarian killings

24 Jan 2014

Geneva: UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay urged Myanmar on Thursday to investigate reports that more than 40 people had been killed in attacks on Rohingya Muslims in the country's strife-torn Rakhine state.

UN,   Navi Pillay,   Myanmar,   sectarian killings,   ,  
Afghan policeman shoots two foreign journalists, one killed

Afghan policeman shoots two foreign journalists, one killed

04 Apr 2014

Khost (Afghanistan): A veteran Associated Press (AP) photographer was shot dead and a reporter wounded on Friday when an Afghan policeman opened fire on them in eastern Afghanistan.

Afghanistan,   journalists,   shot dead,   AP,   news agency,   Khost,   policeman,  
 <strong>Myanmar</strong> president backs constitutional amendment

Myanmar president backs constitutional amendment

02 Jan 2014

Yangon:  Myanmar's leader on Thursday lent his support to reform of the country's junta-era constitution, indicating he would back changes to allow opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi to become President.

Myanmar president,   constitutional amendment,   Aung San Suu Kyi,   Myanmar junta-era constitution,   Myanmar government,  
People don't realise the power of their vote: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

People don't realise the power of their vote: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

07 Apr 2014

Noida: When methodical Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui interacted with people in four Indian states for his new role of a TV reporter in a news channel, he was shocked to see that many don't realize the power of the vote - and discovered why "development" is just another word in politicians' dictionary.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui,   Power of voting,   TV reporter in a news channel,  rickshaw pullers,   Akhilesh Yadav,   Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje,   Shatrughan Sinha,   ,  
<strong>Myanmar</strong> working on people-centred plan for 2014-15

Myanmar working on people-centred plan for 2014-15

07 Jan 2014

Yangon: Myanmar is drawing up a people-centred plan in a bid to achieve the goals for fiscal year 2014-15, state media on Tuesday reported President U Thein Sein as saying.

Myanmar,   2014-15 plan,   Myanmar GDP,   gross domestic product,   fiscal year 2014-15,   Myanmar President,   President U Thein Sein,  
<strong>Myanmar</strong>-India project to complete by next year

Myanmar-India project to complete by next year

26 Dec 2013

Yangon: The Kaladan multi-purpose transportation project, jointly implemented by Myanmar and India, is expected to be completed by mid 2014, media reports said on Thursday.

Myanmar,   India,   Kaladan transportation project,   Essar Company,   Myanmar-India project,  
<strong>Myanmar</strong> declares 'no more political prisoners' after amnesty

Myanmar declares 'no more political prisoners' after amnesty

31 Dec 2013

Yangon: Myanmar on Tuesday announced the release of all remaining political prisoners on the last day of 2013. It said that the move aims to ensure stability of the state and lasting peace, to build national reconsolidation and ensure all inclusiveness in the country's political process, a news agency reported.

Myanmar,   political prisoners,   Myanmar to free prisoners,   Yan Naing Tun,   Thein Sein,   ,  

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