Japan raises nuclear crisis levelFile photo of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station taken on 24 March 2011

Japan raises the severity rating of its nuclear crisis to the highest level, but says radiation leakage is a 10th of that from the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.

Libyan tank burns after being hit in a Nato air strike (10 April 2011) Nato urged to boost Libya effort

Nato must intensify its air campaign in order to destroy heavy weaponry used by Muammar Gaddafi’s forces in Libya, the French and UK foreign ministers say.

A man passes a portrait of Yuri Gagarin in Moscow on 11 April 2011Space travel ‘Russia’s priority’

Space exploration remains a priority for Russia, President Dmitry Medvedev has said, on the 50th anniversary of the first human space flight by Yuri Gagarin.

Experts Keep Spotlight on Burma’s Nuclear Aspirations
By LALIT K JHA

International security experts presenting findings at a conference in Washington D.C. continue to assess the Burmese military regime’s attempts to acquire nuclear technologies.

Thais Plan to Send Burmese Refugees Home

By SAW YAN NAING

Thailand’s National Security Council chief announces the Thai government’s intention to repatriate many of the 140,000 refugees to Burma.

Human Rights Abuses Reported in Shan State Clashes

By SAI ZOM HSENG

Locals are reporting large-scale human rights abuses by the Burmese military in connection with its recent offensive against the Shan State Army-North (SSA-North).

Restrictions Dampen Thingyan Celebrations

By WAI MOE

Banning of satirical Than Gyat performances and limits of water-throwing pavilions during New Year festivities show regime is not loosening its grip.

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EU set to lift Burmese regime travel restrictions on civilians in gov’tthei-sein-speak-sThe European Union on Tuesday will lift a European-wide travel ban on some members of the Burmese …


Karen Political Party calls for peace in Karen Statekayin-people-party-1ssThe Kayin People’s Party (KPP) says it wants to end all armed conflict with the Burmese army and Karen …


A Water Festival without the jokes of Thangyat?2010ThinGyan20ssThe new Burmese government has issued an order banning traditional Thangyat that could …

I.T & Technology seminar 2011

April 2, 2011
News

I.T & Technology seminar 2011 is held at Community Resource Center on 1st April 2011.It is organized by Burma Icon Multi-Media Network & CCBC to have better knowledge and media products.

The seminar started with the keeping silent action for a few seconds refer to the victims by earthquakes,Tsunami and natural disasters happened all over the world.

There are over 40 participants and discussed about “how important media role”by Soe Nay Lynn …Read the Rest

New Assault on Human Trafficking

A fresh regional assessment still sees lack of progress in tackling the growing problem.

Conversation with Aung San Suu Kyi

Every Friday, opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi addresses ordinary people’s concerns in a broadcast program in Burmese.