Due to the suspension of international commercial flights during the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has been bringing back its citizens stranded in foreign countries and about 10,755 Myanmar nationals have been brought back home as of Friday, according to figures from the Foreign Affairs Ministry. … [Read more...] about Myanmar reports 5 more imported COVID-19 cases
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Under the theme "Enhancing Partnership for Shared Prosperity", the leaders will review the progress made pursuant with the directions set by the Sanya Declaration in 2016; Phnom Penh Declaration in 2018; and the Five-Year Action Plan on LMC (2018-2022), the statement said. … [Read more...] about Cambodian PM to attend Lancang-Mekong Cooperation Leaders’ Meeting via video conference
"With Voices of War, IWM will be bringing the stories and memories of those who lived through the conflicting jubilation, hope, sadness and fear that was felt during the summer of 1945 directly to homes around the country. We want the public to reflect on this important historical milestone as many others did 75 years ago," said Diane Lees, director general of the IWM. … [Read more...] about Feature: Voices of War in UK museum resonate as WWII remembered across globe
What is the ‘framework agreement’?On August 3, 2015, the Centre signed a framework agreement with the NSCN (I-M) to resolve the Naga issue, but both sides maintained secrecy about its contents. The optimism among some Naga groups eroded a bit when the NNPGs were brought on board the peace process on November 17, 2017. This agreement ostensibly made the peace process inclusive but it created suspicion about Delhi exploiting divisions within the Nagas on tribal and geopolitical lines. It was also a throwback to the first peace deal, the Shillong Accord of 1975 that Naga hardliners rejected. That had led to the birth of the NSCN in January 1980. Differences surfaced within the outfit a few years later over initiating a dialogue process with the Indian government. It split into the NSCN (I-M) and NSCN (Khaplang) in April 1988 who often engaged in fratricidal battles. … [Read more...] about The Hindu Explains | What has made the Naga peace process wobble?
With the Chief Ministers of Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh protesting that they had not been consulted before the signing of the peace accord with the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muviah), Nagaland Chief Minister T.R. Zeliang said here on Sunday that he would speak personally to them to allay their apprehensions. The three Chief Ministers have said that they will not cede an inch of land of their States under the accord. … [Read more...] about Peace pact only a formula to a final accord, says Nagaland CM