Myanmar Morning News For April 12

Myanmar Morning News For April 12
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Myanmar morning news

K500,000 fine for using water pumps without permit
Those who use water pumps without permission this Thingyan will be slapped with a K500,000 fine, the Mandalay City Development Committee (MCDC) said.
— Myanmar Times

Notorious telecoms law “under discussion”, says communications chief
Talks are being held over people who have been targeted by the notorious telecoms law 66(d), according to Soe Thein, director-general of the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
— Eleven

China, Myanmar ink oil pipeline deal
China and Myanmar agreed to a deal on a crude oil pipeline between the countries as part of a raft of agreements signed when their leaders met Monday in Beijing.
— Frontier Myanmar

Yangon region hit by temporary blackout
Yangon region was hit by a partial blackout on Tuesday while maintenance work was carried out, according to announcement from Yangon Electricity Supply Corporation (YESC).
— Eleven

Displaced Rohingyas Denied Right to Fully Reclaim their Lands
The Myanmar government has denied the displaced Rohingya people in Maungdaw Township the right to fully reclaim their lands after they were internally displaced from their homes last year, according to the reliable sources.
— Rohingya Vision

5,000 tonnes of grapes to be purchased for new winery
Five thousand tonnes of grapes will be bought at the end of April for a wine factory which will be opened in Nay Pyi Taw, said Ko Hlaing Hlaing Tun, the vineyard owner from Yamethin Township, Mandalay Region.
— Global New Light Of Myanmar

First phase of new Danyinkone wholesale market to open in May
The first phase of the new Danyinkone wholesale market will be opened in the second week of May, Thaung Tin, deputy head of the markets department under Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC), said on Monday.
— Eleven

Rakhine State Chief Minister meets Maungtaw residents, inspects land reclamation tasks
A meeting between the Rakhine State government and local people took place at Thiri Mingalar Hall in Maungtaw Township, Rakhine State yesterday morning.
— Global New Light Of Myanmar

MIC publishes list of restricted investment businesses
The Myanmar Investment Commission published the new list of restricted investment businesses on Monday, in line with sections 42 and 100 of the Law of Myanmar Investment Commission.
— Eleven

Myanmar begins shuttering three Rakhine camps
Myanmar has started shutting down three displacement camps in strife-torn Rakhine state, a senior official said Tuesday, although it was not immediately clear where the inhabitants would go.
— Coconuts Yangon

North Korea agents linked to 1985 death of Myanmar national
North Korean agents may have been responsible for the death of a Myanmar national after the 1983 Rangoon bombing and assassination attempt against South Korean President Chun Doo-hwan.
— UPI.com

 

 

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