NLD to try democratic standardised Constitution

The National League for Democracy (NLD) issued a statement at the ceremony to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of Martyrs’ Day on July 19, that the party must strive for a democratically-standardised Constitution.

The statement said that the NLD must try to meet with national reconciliation, equality, unity and peaceful coexistence and must strive for the emergence of a democratically-standardised Constitution on which people can rely.

Ingapu flood and landslide causes fleeing the villagers

People are fleeing their houses at Thadamagyun village in Ingapu Townshipdue to escape  floods and landslides at the confluence of the Ayeyarwady and Ngawon Rivers.

Houses are being demolished by floods and aid is needed.

TOTAL Company suggests local fuel dealing to MIC

France-based Total Company has proposed a local fuel deal in cooperation with the Denko Trading Co. Ltd., to Myanmar Investment Committee (MIC). They have requested approval from the Ministry of Electricity and Energy, according to Directorate of Investment and Companies Administration (DICA).

Bus crashes off Aunglan bus

A bus running between Aunglan and Shwepantaw, Magway Region, crashed off

Tanintharyi unveils Aung San statue

A 15-foot statue

Telenor introduces data package

Telenor says it has introduced an internet promotion called 

Private investment exceeds Ks13tn since April

Until late 

Sacked bus conductors prepare protest

Bus conductors in the Yangon Bus Service (YBS) are being displaced by ticket machines this week, according to the Yangon Region Transport Authority (YRTA). 

70th Martyrs' Day held

Ceremonies to ma

Rare armadillos found in Sagaing

Two crit