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Around 40 of the 110 heritage buildings listed in the "Architectural Guide Yangon" need urgent repairs and renovation, says Benjamin Bansal, one of its three authors.
The Memory Film Festival, whose fifth edition just concluded in Yangon, is 'about opening up minds", says Severine Wemaere, ...
Burmese filmmakers, supported by those from Southeast Asian countries, on Saturday pitched for 'classification, rather than censorship' in the days ahead.
Memory! Festival 2017 opened with a bang screening Tin Myint's 1950 classic Pyo Chit Lin that was restored this year.
India has pitched for a coastal shipping agreement with Myanmar on the lines of the agreement it signed with Bangladesh.
Loyalist bodyguards and counter-terrorism officials foiled an attempt on Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in late August.
The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army ( ARSA) is a 'common enemy' of Bangladesh and Myanmar, says Hassan Toufiq Imam, political adviser to ...
"Come what may, regardless of who likes us or not, we will report the truth," Aye Chan Naing, executive director of the Democratic Voice of Burma ...
India talks of the 'Act East' policy but has done little so far to take up with Myanmar the issue of an easy visa regime.
India has emerged as the first responder to natural disasters and man-made conflicts in the extended neigbourhood, says Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.