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No anti-India activities from our soil: <strong>Myanmar</strong>

No anti-India activities from our soil: Myanmar

04 Mar 2014

Nay Pyi Taw: Myanmar on Monday reassured India that its soil will not be allowed to be used for any insurgency movement against its South Asian neighbour.

Myanmar,   U Thein Sein,   soil,   anti-India activities,   BIMSTEC summit,  
Pawar's attack on Modi not good <strong>news</strong> for BJP’s PM candidate: Congress

Pawar's attack on Modi not good news for BJP’s PM candidate: Congress

31 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Latching on to Sharad Pawar's attack on BJP's prime ministerial candidate, the Congress on Monday said it is "not good news" for Narendra Modi as the NCP chief understands the mood of the nation.

Sharad Pawar,   Narendra Modi,   NCP,   Digvijay Singh,   Adarsh Housing Society scam,   Ashok Chavan,  
Manmohan Singh arrives in <strong>Myanmar</strong> for BIMSTEC summit

Manmohan Singh arrives in Myanmar for BIMSTEC summit

03 Mar 2014

Nay Pyi-Taw: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in Myanmar on Monday to attend the BIMSTEC Summit, making a strong pitch for giving a fillip to India's Look East policy and explore ways to enhance connectivity, transport, trade, tourism and other linkages to all the northeastern states.

Manmohan Singh,   Myanmar,   BIMSTEC summit,   Nay Pyi-Taw,   BIMSTEC,   SAARC,   ASEAN,  
Manmohan Singh leaves for <strong>Myanmar</strong> to attend BIMSTEC summit

Manmohan Singh leaves for Myanmar to attend BIMSTEC summit

03 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday left for Myanmar to attend the BIMSTEC Summit, making a strong push for intensifying collective efforts to combat security challenges and enhancing connectivity and trade in the region.

Manmohan Singh,   Myanmar,   BIMSTEC summit,   Nay Pyi-Taw,   BIMSTEC,   SAARC,   ASEAN,  
<strong>Myanmar</strong> state media confirms pact with rebel group

Myanmar state media confirms pact with rebel group

04 Dec 2011

Myanmar state media on Sunday confirmed an initial ceasefire deal had been reached with one of the country's major ethnic guerrilla groups.

Latest on Myanmar,   Myanmar news,   Ceasefire between Myanmar and rebel group,   ethnic guerrilla group in Myanmar ,  
Newly elected Suu Kyi meets <strong>Myanmar</strong> President

Newly elected Suu Kyi meets Myanmar President

11 Apr 2012

Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Wednesday met President Thein Sein for the first time since her landmark election to political office earlier this month. The two met at the President's official residence in the capital Naypyidaw and were expected to have lunch with Thein Sein's family.

Suu Kyi meets Myanmar president,   Suu Kyi,   Myanmar President,   Myanmar news,   world news,   Dainik Jagran world news ,  
BIMSTEC shedding narrow definitions: Manmohan Singh

BIMSTEC shedding narrow definitions: Manmohan Singh

04 Mar 2014

Nay Pyi Taw: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said the coming together of seven countries in the BIMSTEC grouping was shedding narrow definitions of geographical definitions and listed trade, energy, connectivity and people-to-people exchange as priority areas to build upon.

Manmohan Singh,   BIMTEC Summit,   Myanmar,   terrorism,  
US wants <strong>Myanmar</strong> to do more for political reforms: Clinton

US wants Myanmar to do more for political reforms: Clinton

12 Nov 2011

Myanmar is making "real changes" towards reforms but much more needs to be done, including the release of detained political prisoners, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said.

Latest on Myanmar,   Hilary Clinton on Myanmar,   Political reforms in Myanmar news,   Hillary Clinton,   Aung San Suu Kyi ,  
 <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,  
Pirates kidnap three on Japanese tanker off Malaysia

Pirates kidnap three on Japanese tanker off Malaysia

23 Apr 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Armed pirates attacked a Japanese oil tanker in the Straits of Malacca stealing three million litres of diesel and abducted three Indonesian crew members, fuelling piracy concerns in one of the world's busiest waterways.

Armed pirates,   Japanese oil tanker,   Straits of Malacca,   Indonesian crew members,   Myanmar,   Singapore ,  

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