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Workshop on Burma discusses post-polls Scenario

Workshop on Burma discusses post-polls Scenario

By- Correspondent | DateMay 13, 2012 Advertisements Speaker and participants in a workshop analysing the post-polls (by-election) scenario in Burma (Myanmar) argues that India should maintain the same sympathetic approach to hundred thousand Burmese refugees taking shelter in Mizoram and some other of the country. They were also unanimous in their opinions that New Delhi should […]

Aung San Suu Kyi storms Myanmar Parliament

Aung San Suu Kyi storms Myanmar Parliament

By– Staff Reporter | Date– April 01, 2012 Advertisements Pro-democratic leader of Myanmar and Nobel Peace Prize Winner Aung San Suu Kyi will storm into this Country’s parliament. Although official reports are not declared yet, the preliminary results clearly displayed she was well ahead of her opposition in city, Yangon. The opposition party in Myanmar […]

India-Burma relationship to get Highlighted

By- Correspondent | Date- March 08, 2012 Burma Centre Delhi (BCD) in collaboration with Journalist Forum Assam (JFA) has organised an interactive session on Changing Policies in Burma: Opportunities and Challenges at Guwahati Press Club on March 9 (Friday). The session will begin at 10 am. The keynote address of the meeting will be delivered by Dr […]

Pro-Democracy Burmese oppose ASEAN chair to Burma

Pro-Democracy Burmese oppose ASEAN chair to Burma

By- Nava Thakuria | Date- November 24, 2011 The pro-democracy Burmese and their sympathizers have expressed their resentments on Burma’s elevation as the would be chair of the Association of South East Asian Nations. Terming the recent initiative of ASEAN to grant Burma the 2014 Chair as premature as the authorities have failed to fulfill key […]

ABSL terms Thein Sein government bogus

ABSL terms Thein Sein government bogus

By- Nava Thakuria The new Burmese regime led by President Thein Sein has tried its best to get international recognition, but All Burma Student’s League (ABSL) has termed the government at Nay Pyi Taw as bogus. The students’ organization alleges that the new government, formed after November 2010 election in Burma, has maintained its attack […]

Indian People’s win inspires Burmese Activists

Indian People’s win inspires Burmese Activists

By- Nava Thakuria Finally the Indian Parliament bowed down to listen to people’s voice on corruption and resolved to frame a strong anti-corruption legislation. Following a massive protest spread across the sub-continent led by Gandhian Anna Hazare, both houses of Indian Parliament have agreed to go for an effective Lokpal (ombudsman) to check corruption in […]