Yangon, (Myanmar), Feb. 5 (AP/PTI): Hundreds of students and teachers took to Myanmar’s streets on Friday to demand the military hand power back to elected
For the last three evenings since Monday morning’s coup by the Myanmarese military (called the ‘Tatmadaw’), a cacophony of sounds has reverberated throughout the country
In the early hours of Monday (1 February), Myanmar’s military, also known as the Tatmadaw, staged a bloodless coup d’etat which brought the country’s recent
Myanmar’s military, known as the ‘Tatmadaw’, seized power through an early-morning coup on Monday (1 February), and installed vice-president U Myint Swe, a former general,
Myanmar military staged a coup today morning, detaining the de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi and declaring one-year emergency, reports The Hindu. Seventy five-year
Myanmar army crackdown on NE insurgent groups Myanmar army has launched Operation Sunrise-3 to crack down on various insurgent groups gathered at the Indo-Myanmar border.
The decision to transfer the submarine, experts say, has been taken to counter China’s influence in Myanmar and its growing naval presence in the Indian
In a major development to boost Indo-Myanmar relations, India has proposed to build a $6 billion petroleum refinery project near Yangon in Myanmar reportsLivemint. India’s