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"I am deeply concerned by the plans to begin repatriation of Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh to Burma (Mayanmar) in the coming days.
From what we know about children's experience in the Mayanmar conflict, the fact is that they are increasingly the victims, sometimes purposefully targeted.
The Minister also appreciated Turkey's role as OIC Chair in raising voice for the plight of Muslims of Kashmir, Palestine and Mayanmar.
A week after the attack on the Army on June 4 in the Chandel area of Manipur, nine men were kidnapped and taken to Mayanmar for training.
The EdTrIn merger with ProjectProject Pty Ltd comes on the tails of EdTrIn's acquisition of Finpa Australia Pty Ltd and marks another milestone in the company's recent establishment of their operational headquarters in Melbourne - its entree to target markets in Asia including China, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Mayanmar.
The author uses case studies as a means of engaging students in the practicalities, offering close looks at the Nam Theun 2 hydropower project in Laos, the People's Agrarian Reform in the Philippines, Chinese development assistance in Asia, protecting the domestic worker in Sri Lanka, Mayanmar's development, and lessons in regional economic cooperation from the Greater Mekong Subregion.
The tropical cyclone Mahasen over Bay of Bengal is slowly moving north-eastwards towards the neighbouring Bangladesh and Mayanmar borders.
S/B2 (ENGLISH):Aung San Suu Kyi, Mayanmar Opposition Leader
The remaining countries yet to ratify are Cuba, Eritrea, India, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Mayanmar, Solomon Islands, Somalia, and Tuvalu.
Thus, the rotavirus detection rate from our study is comparable to rates from some other Asian countries, including India, South Korea, and Hong Kong (20%-30%), but much lower than those reported in Taiwan, Thailand, China, Japan, Mayanmar, and Vietnam (43%-58%) (25-34).
"Our requirement is basically for lower-altitude maritime surveillance around western India to Sri Lanka, Mayanmar, Thailand, Indonesia, and China.
In Burma - described as the Land of the Pagodas and officially now called by its traditional name of Mayanmar - Buddhism first surfaced about 1,200 years ago and follows the same principles as the teachings of the Indian Buddha.
Singh's book assesses telecommunications restructuring in eight different countries, including India, Brazil, Malaysia, China, Mexico, Mayanmar, Singapore, and South Korea.