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Myanmar Defence Chief Says Role of Personnel Crucial
Mizzima News
Jun 28, 2015
General Min Aung Hlaing received the Ambassador of India to Myanmar H.E Mr. Gautam Mukhopadhaya at Bayintnaung villa, Nay Pyi Taw.
India proposes sister-city relationship between Imphal and Monywa in Myanmar
Imphal Free Press
Jun 26, 2015
India reportedly proposed for establishment of sister-city relationship between Imphal and Monywa in Sagaing region of Myanmar.
Myanmar Offers Peace Deal to Kokang Rebels
VOA News
Jun 24, 2015
The government of Myanmar, also known as Burma, says it has offered a peace deal to Kokang rebels.
Armed conflict in Kachin and parts of Shan State continues
Mizzima News
Jun 24, 2015
Armed conflict in Kachin and parts of Shan State is continuing, despite ongoing ceasefire talks .
Myanmar protests ‘illegal constructions’ in undemarcated border area
Imphal Free Press
Jun 23, 2015
The Republic of Myanmar has lodged a protest against construction of structures near the international boundary pillar no 78.
Indian PM meets soldiers Participated in Myanmar raid
Mizzima News
Jun 21, 2015
Narendra Modi who had been silent all through political storm over Myanmar operations quietly met soldiers of the 21 Para Regiment.
Manipur alleged Myanmar incursion near border pillars 6 and 7
Imphal Free Press
Jun 20, 2015
Myanmar Army and civil police forcefully dismantled houses within Indian Territory along Border Pillar at Choro Zingshopai area.
Wa and Myanmar Army reach agreement
Mizzima News
Jun 20, 2015
UWSA and Myanmar Army reached mutually beneficial agreement after 15-day stand-off over the Myanmar Army’s seizure on 2 June.
Proposed Model Indo Myanmar Border Management
Rahul Bhonsle
Jun 19, 2015
Four models discussed and a new model proposed
Kachin Soldiers and Myanmar Government Troops Engage in New Clash
Mizzima News
Jun 18, 2015
Fresh clash broke out between an armed ethnic Kachin group and government soldiers in Myanmar’s northern Kachin state.
India closely following outcome of Aung San Suu Kyi’s China tour
Mizzima News
Jun 16, 2015
India is closely following Nobel Peace Prize winning Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's maiden visit to China.
Aung San Suu Kyi meets President Xi Jinping
Mizzima News
Jun 13, 2015
Aung San Suu Kyi met President Xi Jinping as she begins trip to emphasize her transition from human rights defender to pragmatic politician.
NASA Doval misses Dhaka Visit
Security-risks Monitor
Jun 13, 2015
NSA Ajit Doval dropped out of PM Narendra Modi's visit to Bangladesh over weekend,because he had hot-footed it to Manipur.
Armed Ethnic Leaders Form Special Team to Amend Myanmar Cease-fire Accord
Mizzima News
Jun 11, 2015
Leaders of Myanmar’s armed ethnic groups amended draft nationwide cease-fire accord during an eight-day summit at (KNU) headquarters.
Army-UG outfits engaged in fierce gun-fight along Indo-Myanmar border
Imphal Free Press
Jun 10, 2015
Fierce gun-fight broke out between a combined team of underground outfits and the army along Indo-Myanmar border in Ukhrul district.
Suu Kyi to make first visit to China
Mizzima News
Jun 6, 2015
Myanmar’s opposition leader and Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi will make her first visit to China.
Yunnan officials complicit in Kokang conflict
Mizzima News
Jun 3, 2015
Illicit precious stone, energy and timber industries in Myanmar have roped in officials involved,leading to delays and inaccuracies in reports to Beijing.
Rebel Khaplang under attack from Naga comrades
Mizzima News
Jun 1, 2015
S S Khaplang is under attack from comrades who allege he is being manipulated by an Assamese separatist chieftain Paresh Barua.
Assam Rifles to continue to police India-Myanmar border
Mizzima News
May 31, 2015
Assam Rifles will continue to man the porous Myanmar border despite a proposal by Home Ministry to replace paramilitary force with BSF.
ULFA commander in Myanmar
Mizzima News
May 30, 2015
ULFA commander in chief Paresh Baruah is in Myanmar, according to report in India’s Economic Times, on 27 May.
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