The proposed visit of United Nation’s Special Rapporteur on Myanmar (Burma), Yanghee Lee to Arakan on Wednesday was called off due to bad weather, said U Hla Thein, a spokesperson of Arakan (Rakhine) State government.
The proposed visit of United Nation’s Special Rapporteur on Myanmar (Burma), Yanghee Lee to Arakan on Wednesday was called off due to bad weather, said U Hla Thein, aRead More
Two monks in Sittwe, the capital city of Arakan, staged a demonstration on Tuesday against the delay of reliefs to the flood affected families across the western Burma province.Read More
The number of people died in Arakan flood is increasing and the latest data shows that Over 40 Arakanese have lost their lives due to the disaster.Read More
The latest wave of flood in Arakan State in western Burma has compelled thousands families to leave their villages for safer places, when 18 people died because of the disaster.Read More
Most of the important townships of Arakan State are presently facing heavy flood due to incessant rain for seven days. The situation worsened as the cyclone Komen hit the ArakanRead More
Prime Minister of Arakan (Rakhine) State U Maung Maung Own will contest in the next election and he is expected to offer his candidature from
Arakan National Party (ANP) has invited nominations for candidates who are interested in contesting Parliamentary polls scheduled for next year. The ANP is expecting all
Arakan National Party (ANP) has condemned the killing of various ethnic Army cadets by the Burmese Army on November 19 in Kachin State. In
The 88 Rakhine Generation for Social Development, which was formed in Kyouk Phyu recently, has opened its office in Sittwe, the capital city of
(In Mray Bon township of Arakan, over 1000 Muslims have applied for the Burmese citizenship status. Local authorities are presently
Today President U Thein Sein held a meeting with representatives from Ten Parties of the Democratic and Ethnic Alliance. The
Madae Island located in Kyaukpru Township of Arakan State is a crucial location on the Shwe Gas pipeline project.
The current Thein Sein government is working to include Burma’s ancient cities in the World Heritage List of UNESCO (United
The management of successive Burmese governments in recent decades could easily be rated as poor. The country has been under