Tenants in Rangoon’s North Okkalapa township on land they rented from the Burmese army’have been told to move off the property after receiving a 10-day notice
The Burmese government’s Press Scrutiny and Registration Division announced last week that the government would not longer be censoring literary works
A confirmed four athletes are headed to the upcoming London Olympics to represent the country says the government’s Sports and Physical Education Department.
Burma’s landmark census planned for 2014 is likely to exclude the country’s Rohingya minority group, whom have been denied citizenship for nearly 30 years
President Thein Sein published a statement in the country’s state newspaper pledging to eradicate forced labour as unions rallied to demand more rights on International Labour Day
After being controlled by the state for almost 40 years, Burma’s insurance sector will now allow private enterprises to submit applications to open companies