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Recent Burmese News 090501

May 1, 2009
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Recent Burmese News – 090501

 

Myanmar Cyclone Victims Still Suffering

May 1, 2009 · This weekend marks one year since a major cyclone hit Myanmar, which was formerly known as Burma. More than 140,000 people were killed. Chris Kaye of the World Food Program tells …
NPR

Nargis one year on – progress amid challenges

YANGON, 1 May 2009 (IRIN) – One year after Cyclone Nargis swept across southern Myanmar, the people of the Ayeyarwady Delta are rebuilding their lives, but thousands remain vulnerable as this year’s m…
IRIN

Thai Army protest over Burmese Army

Thursday, 30 April 2009 00:00 Chiang Mai (Mizzima) – The Thai Army has lodged a protest with the Burmese Army over Burmese soldiers firing a mortar into a village in Tak Province of Thailand.Colonel …
Mizzima News

ICT exhibition opens in Myanmar former capital city

YANGON, May 1 (Xinhua) — An information and communication technology (ICT) exhibition, aimed at empowering people with IT knowledge and getting in touch with modern IT equipment, was inaugurated at t…
SINA

US lauds UN, ASEAN for facilitating aid in Burma

Thursday, 30 April 2009 23:45 New Delhi – The US State Department on Wednesday lauded the United Nations and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) for facilitating humanitarian assistan…
Mizzima News

Fishing license affects lives of Nargis victims

Thursday, 30 April 2009 23:43 New Delhi (Mizzima) – Villagers in Bogale Township in Irrawaddy delta are in dire straits, even a year after Cyclone Nargis devastated their villages, because authoriti…
Mizzima News

One Year After Cyclone, Repression Continues

Basic freedoms for cyclone survivors are just as restricted as they were before the cyclone. Donors and friends of the military government, such as China, should press Burma’s generals to free activ…
Human Rights Watch

Abbot arrested for selling government land – Hong Hakao

The Abbot sold land behind his monastery, Phar Chaut Kaung outside Myawaddy and was arrested last week along with two partners after the local authority investigated the sale. According to a local so…
BurmaNet

Released lawyer speaks of imprisonment – Khin Hnin Htet

A human rights lawyer released earlier this week after a serving a sixth-month sentence for contempt of court has said that he was prevented from exercising and receiving medical care.
BurmaNet

Diarrhea outbreak claims three lives – Ahunt Phone Myat

Outbreaks of severe diarrhea have continued in several towns in Burma, with hospitals now unable to cope with the upsurge in patient numbers and several deaths being reported.
BurmaNet

Burma named worst online oppressor

World Press Freedom Day this year is Monday, the day the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) officially names the world’s worst Internet oppressor, which is recognized as an emerging threat t…
BurmaNet

When the help dries up

Life is still desperate for the survivors of cyclone Nargis, which crashed ashore a year ago killing at least 140,000 in Myanmar and devastating the lives of 2.4m others. In the village of Kyaunda, ne…
BurmaNet

Cyclone survivors left to their own devices – Celeste Chenard

Traveling from Rangoon and in the south west direction, less than two hours by car is necessary to realize the extent of damage caused by Cyclone Nargis where more than 138,000 were killed or missing,…
BurmaNet

Fishery Department introduces media censorship – Myo Thein

The ‘Myanmar Fishery Federation’ has imposed certain restrictions on the domestic media, on media coverage of fishery products and export figures issued by the government Fisheries Department,…
BurmaNet

Aid for Myanmar’s Cyclone Nargis only a fraction of aid for tsunami

World aid for Myanmar’s Cyclone Nargis has amounted to 300 million dollars, or 2.5 per cent of what was spent on the 2004 tsunami, aid agencies said Thursday as the first anniversary of the stor…
BurmaNet

Year on from cyclone, Burmese struggle to survive in flimsy shacks

A year after the devastating cyclone that laid waste large swaths of Burma, more than half a million people are still living in makeshift shacks which are unlikely to withstand the imminent monsoons, …
BurmaNet

US praises Asean, UN for facilitating Cyclone Nargis aid – Lalit K Jha

The US State Department on Wednesday paid tribute to the work of the United Nations and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) in helping bring relief to the victims of the 2008 Cyclone Na…
BurmaNet

At UN, child soldiers half addressed in Sri Lanka, denied in Myanmar – Matthew Russell Lee

Behind the UN’s all day debate Wednesday on children and armed conflict was the war in Sri Lanka. Radhika Coomaraswamy, a Sri Lankan Tamil acceptable to the Sinhala government, issued a report w…
BurmaNet

Enormous Recovery Challenges Remain in Myanmar One Year After Cyclone Nargis

Myanmar enormous challenges remain in restoring livelihoods and water sources, building shelters and schools, and in providing psychosocial support to traumatized survivors. The Red Cross is supportin…
RedOrbit

IRIN News Examines HIV/AIDS, Other Issues Among Refugees From Myanmar

on Tuesday examined the resettlement of refugees from Myanmar, some of whom are living with medical conditions such as tuberculosis or HIV/AIDS. According to
Medical News Today

Food crisis in rural Burma

Bangkok, 01 May, (Asiantribune.com): Villagers in rural Burma are facing a severe food crisis, requiring urgent attention by the international community, according to the Karen Human Rights Group (KHR…
Asian Tribune

Burma – Concerns for health of imprisoned writer Zargana

(WiPC/IFEX) – The Writers in Prison Committee of International PEN is alarmed by reports that imprisoned leading comedian and poet Zargana is in poor health and has not been given full access to medic…
IFEX

Children’s education remains bleak in Nargis hit areas

Thursday, 30 April 2009 21:04 New Delhi (Mizzima) – Since the school in his village has not yet been repair, he is forced to leave his home to continue his education in Pathein, capital of the cyclone…
Mizzima News

Burmese Women Arrested in Prostitution Raid

Thirty-nine Burmese migrant women were arrested on Tuesday by Thai immigration authorities in Ranong in southern Thailand under suspicion of working as prostitutes and illegal entry into the country, …
The Irrawaddy

US Will Not Lift Sanctions on Burma

reported on Wednesday, quoting a letter by a State Department official.Richard Verma, the assistant secretary for legislative affairs who handles relations between the State Department and Congress, w…
The Irrawaddy

             

ျမန္မာကမၻာ သတင္းပေဒသာ/ေဆာင္းပါးမ်ား

ျမန္မာစာလုံးရယူရန္      zawgyi      bit (RFA)     myanmar1 (BBC)     အျခားျမန္မာေဖာင့္မ်ား

{အထက္ပါ မ်ဥ္းသားထားေသာလင့္မ်ားကုိတုိ႔ၿပီး မိမိတုိ႔ကြန္ပ်ဴတာတြင္ သိမ္းဆည္းထားပါ}

 

အဖဲြ႔ခ်ဳပ္က ျခြင္းခ်က္ျဖင့္ ၂၀၁၀ ေရြးေကာက္ပဲြကုိ လက္ခံ

နာဂစ္တႏွစ္အၾကာ ေလေဘးသင့္ျပည္သူ နာလန္မထူေသး

ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံ တုပ္ေကြးျဖစ္ႏုိင္ေျခ အိမ္နီးခ်င္းမ်ားေပၚ မူတည္

လံုျခံဳေရးေကာင္စီ ကေလးစစ္သားေဆြးေႏြးပြဲ ျမန္မာပါ၀င္

NLD ေ႐ႊဂံုတိုင္ေၾကညာခ်က္အေပၚ ႐ႈေထာင့္အမ်ဳိးမ်ဳိး

နာဂစ္မုန္တုိင္း တႏွစ္ျပည့္ေသာ္လည္း နာလန္ထူႏိုင္ေရး အလွမ္းေဝးေနေသး

လူကုန္ကူးမႈမ်ားကို စုံစမ္းေဖာ္ထုတ္ေပးဖို႔ အာဆီယံအမတ္မ်ား ေတာင္းဆို

အဆိပ္သင့္မိသားစုကို စစ္တပ္က ဂိတ္ဖြင့္မေပး၍ မေသသင့္ပဲ ေသဆံုး

ဌာေနစြန္႔ခြာထြက္ေျပးရေသာ ကရင္တိုင္းရင္းသားမ်ား ရိကၡာ႐ွားပါးေန

စစ္အစိုးရ အဆိုျပဳခ်က္ကို ဝအရာ႐ွိမ်ားႏွင့္ ေအာက္ေျခအဆင့္မ်ား လက္မခံႏိုုိင္

နာဂစ္မုန္တိုင္းဒဏ္ခံ ေဒသမ်ား႐ွိ ကေလးမ်ား၏ ပညာေရး ေမွ်ာ္လင့္ခ်က္ ကင္းမဲ့ေနဆဲ

ေရြးေကာက္ပြဲ ဝင္ေရးအတြက္ အန္အယ္ဒီက ၾကိဳတင္စည္းကမ္း သတ္မွတ္

လြတ္လပ္စြာ ေရးသားခြင့္အေပၚ ငါးလုပ္ငန္းက ပိတ္ပင္

ဘန္ေကာက္ ေမေဒး ခ်ီတက္ပြဲတြင္ ျမန္မာအလုပ္သမားမ်ား ပါဝင္

နာဂစ္ ေဒသက အလွဴရွင္

အဖမ္းအဆီးေၾကာင့္ အလုပ္သမားေန႔ တက္ေရာက္သူနည္း
နာဂစ္ ေထာက္ပံ့ေရးအလႉပစၥည္းမ်ား ေညာင္ငူေက်းရြာ ဥကၠ႒ အလြဲသုံးစားလုပ္

သမိုင္းကို လိမ္ေနၾကေသာ ယေန႔ သတင္းစာမ်ား

နာဂစ္ႏွစ္လည္ ေမးခြန္း

အခြန္ေတာ္အရ ေအာင္ဘာေလထီ အကၡရာ အတိုးအေလွ်ာ့လုပ္

၀က္တုပ္ေကြးေရာဂါ အဆင့္ (၅) သို႔ တိုးျမႇင့္သတ္မွတ္

ဝက္တုပ္ေကြး အဆင့္ ၅ အထိ ေရာက္ၿပီ

အိုဘားမားအစိုးရ ရက္ ၁၀၀ျပည္႔

၀က္တုပ္ေကြး သတိေပးအဆင့္ ၅ WHO တိုးျမႇင့္

 

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