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Title: "Weekly Eleven" monthly archive, June 2010
Date of publication: June 2010
Description/subject: * Chinese PM visits Myanmar for two days ... * Failing to heed warnings of traffic signs causes automobile accidents on highways ... * Price of gasoline fixed at K. 2,500 in private fueling stations ... * New private banks to function within two months ... * Burst of offshore natural gas pipeline causes decline in electricity distribution to Yangon ... * Premier Eleven’s Editor-in-Charge Ko Myat Htut Win starts reporting from South Africa ... * Myanmar young entrepreneurs prefer variety of investments ... * Price of groundnut oil doubles against edible palm oil ... * Hukaung Valley Wildlife Sanctuary to be developed into world’s largest tiger reservation ... * Out of 25 unsafe buildings in Yangon some structures to be reconstructed within two years ... * Business Company of foreigner rescinded as involved in human trafficking ... * MWJA condemns actress Htet Htet Moe Oo for physically assaulting to female journalist ... * YCDC announces relocation of Thiri Mingala Market ... * School opening season arrives in Myanmar ... * Private fueling stations to open in June while prices in international, local market down ... * Myawady border trade resumes after a lull due to Thai political instability
Language: English
Source/publisher: "Weekly Eleven"
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 July 2010


Title: "Weekly Eleven" monthly archive, May 2010
Date of publication: May 2010
Description/subject: * Firefighters took 20hrs to control blaze at Mingala Market... * 50 firemen suffer minor injury in Mingala Market blaze... * Eleven Media Group donates K 1 million to injured firefighters... * Sharp increase in number of local job seekers in 2010... * Shops on upper level of Mingala Market have no insurance against fire ... * Loss of medicines during blaze may impact on domestic pharmaceutical markets... * Y.E.S.B resumes electricity distribution to private business sectors, except industrial zones ... * Some roads in Yangon damaged due to rainfalls ... * FREDA to initiate recovery plan for Inlay Lake ... * Monsoon enters southern, delta of Myanmar ... * Natural gas from offshore field may roll into Yangon in May... * 85 percent of disabled persons in Myanmar difficult for livelihoods ... * Number of American tourists jumps to 6487 in Myanmar ... * Storm “Laila” forming in Bay of Bengal heading for India, not moving towards Myanmar ... * Some townships face a total of 21 times in high records of temperature in Myanmar this year ... * Myanmar people engrossed in privatized business sectors beyond 2010 ... * Awareness course conducted for ten times on prevention against recruitment of minors ... * No rains until now to start paddy cultivation ... * Extreme day temperatures cause heat-related illnesses ... * Monsoon delays in Myanmar up to third week of May ... Filter * Prices of kitchen crops, meat and fish slightly rise ... * High costs impede treatment of hepatic diseases ... * Construction of offshore natural gas pipeline to Yangon completed ... * Myanma Airways to extend chartered flight services ... * Myanma exported over 1.05 million of metric tons in 2009 ... * More basic infrastructures require when tourists surge due to on arrival visas ... * Frequent complaints pouring in over the weak service of tour guides ... * Wish you coming home ... * Rice surplus of Myanmar down to half ... * Higher charges at toll gates place burden on transportation sector ... * Will monsoon be late this year in Myanmar? ... * K. 5-lakh phone could call to all townships without restriction ... * Price control mechanism in fuel needed in private sector ... * MSWRR to take responsibility for coordination on Post-Nargis recovery activities when the authority of TCG ends ... * Only 25 percent of committed funds so far received for PONREPP in Myanmar ... * London music concert proceeds donated as charity ... * PM: When each and every person seeks own interest, the whole economic environment will break down ... * EU to spend over 10 million Euro on providing humanitarian assistance in Myanmar ... * Myanmar started issuing visas on arrival for world tourists at Mandalay Tada-U Airport ... * Visa on arrival at Yangon International Airport commences ... * Water level near Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda reaches lowest record ... * Experts in IP law, media criticize copyright announcement of Yangon Entertainment about 2010 FIFA World Cup ... * Two years after cyclone Nargis ... * EMG celebrates ceremony of re-ordination, ordination, novitiate of 100 boys in commemoration of second anniversary of cyclone Nargis ... * Photo News ... * Korean female student Ms. Jang Bo-ram becomes first Myanmar movies resource person in Korea ... * IWT takes precaution for possible tropical storm in Bay of Bengal ... * Strong winds, torrential rains cause damages to some villages of Chin State, and Pakokku, Thayet and Minhla Townships ... * Heat related illnesses including heat stoke causing sudden deaths ... * Korean female student Ms. Jang Bo-ram becomes first Myanmar movies resource person in Korea ... * Saboteurs conspiring to plant explosives on Parami Taxis
Language: English
Source/publisher: Weekly Eleven
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 July 2010


Title: "Weekly Eleven" monthly archive, April 2010
Date of publication: April 2010
Description/subject: * New IP [intelectual property]law to be enacted by 2013 ... * Brokers to stand bail for arrested persons no more allowed at courts ... * Loss of water resources may trigger shortage of fresh water ... * Rumors about more bomb blasts twirl in Yangon ... * Drought expected in central and lower Myanmar ... * Terrorist groups target at civilians in third world countries ... * Myanmar potential migrant workers lose interest in Dubai�s jobs ... * Two more victims of bomb blast in Myanmar Water Festival die ... * Myanmar migrant workers in Myanmar-Thai border return home to enjoy water festival ... * Ten bombs blasted in four places at Myitsone Hydropower Project ... * Eleven Media Group donates K. 2 m to bomb blast patients receiving treatments at YGH ... * Weather forecast says small storm likely in Bay of Bengal from now to May ... * K. One million rewards posted to catch Thingyan bombers ... * Lamentation of family members of bomb blast victims ... * Auto accidents leave five dead and 33 injured during 2010 Thingyan days ... * Census conducted in townships of Yangon Division ... * Interviews with relatives of victims who died from bomb blast in Water Festival ... * Comments of renown persons on recent bomb blast in Yangon w... * Dead bodies of bomb blast in Yangon cremated in Yay Way Cemetery on 16 April ... * Triple bomb blast happened alongside Kandawgyi Lake on mid-day of 2010 Myanmar Water Festival, People sees incident as inhumane act that caused Myanmar New Year Water Festival to stain with blood ... * Editorial: Keeping hopes alive and New Year wishes Author: Editorial ... * Some female employees embezzle company funds ... * Vendors prepare for manageable business during Thingyan Festival ... * Household electrical devices frequently spoil in Yangon ... * Plan to complete sculpture village in May ... * Inspection team from Nay Pyi Taw supervises supply of electricity in Yangon ... * Biographies of members of political parties under scrutiny ... * ... * Enrollment for meditation during Maha Thingyan Water Festival increases ... * Rocker Zaw Win Htut and Tun Eindra Bo perform at Chaungtha Beach Party ... * Eight Myanmar designers attend Asian Fashion Plus All Eyes on ASEAN 2010 in Bangkok ... * Singapore to issue S pass and PR to migrants including Myanmar ... * Myanmar to cast its greatest brass bell, second largest on globe ... * Shweman Taung Yeik Kho (Mya Nandar) song is now 63 years of age ... * Ownership of Myanma Five Star Line transferred to private company ... * Eleven Media Group sponsored a ceremony to novitiate 100 boys ... * Indonesian FM visits Myanmar ... * Myanmar opens FEC exchange counters at international airports Author: Marn Thu Shein Translated and Edited by KAK+MYA For the convenience of inbound tourists, Myanmar government banks have set up FEC exchange counters at the international airports in Yangon and Mandalay commencing from 2 April, an official of Central Bank of Myanmar said ... * Appeals to remain in unsafe buildings rejected: YCDC ... * Rental generators clattering for pumping up water, demand of purified water high in Yangon ... * Most nurse employees in Singapore facing disparagement, underpaid salaries ... * Myanmar sculptures to showcase in China Trade Fair and ASEAN fairs ... * 24-inch diameter gas pipeline laid onshore for domestic use ... * YCDC sets out 39 rules for Yangon Maha Thingyan Festival ... * Buying safe and sound aircrafts plays pivotal role in passenger transport ... * More 24-hour security guards recruited at separate residences
Language: English
Source/publisher: "Weekly Eleven"
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 July 2010


Title: "Weekly Eleven" monthly archive, March 2010
Date of publication: March 2010
Description/subject: * Yadanabon FC to participate in AFC Presidentâ's Cup in 2010 Yangon ... * Myanmar migrant workers abroad remit US$ 147 million back home: World Bank ... * Functioning of fuel filling stations to be allowed after settling 30 percent of value ... * Hot weather touches Myanmar people .. * 16 persons arrested for counterfeit VCDs ... * Road to be extended for Yangon Port Region Development without demolishing private buildings ... * Further 25 buildings in downtown Yangon declared as dangerous structures ... * Iron Cross entertains Summer Night concert at Hmyawsinkyun ... * Miss MTI 2010 Mandalay beauty pageant held ... * Earnings from exports in downtrend similar to hard currency ... * Accommodation insufficient for tourists in major destinations during vacation period ... * Interviews with four Myanmar designers bound for Asia Fashion Plus All Eyes On ASEAN 2010 ... * Government, ILO to coordinate text in pamphlet of citizen rights ... * Copyright Committee for Protecting 10 Myanmar Traditional Arts formed ... * Medicines, foodstuffs with cheated expiry dates that can cause health hazards being sold in supermarkets ... * Additional instructions underway for construction of earthquake resistible buildings ... * More people rely on astrology for prediction on their fortunes ... * Tariffs on 36 items of ICT goods reduced to zero ... * MFF, responsible persons of teams to strictly handle disciplines of players ... * First-ever ice-skating rink to be built in Nay Pyi Taw ... * Young persons in Yangon to practise meditation at centers in 2010 Thingyan Water Festival ... * Pea price gradually rises in first week of March ... * Continuous auctions of buildings have no impact on real estate market ... * Student fees of private schools may be different depending on service ... * Unforgettable Memories ... * Actress Wut Hmon Shwe Yi and current favorite fashion ... * MFF�s refresher course for football referee ends ... * Bilateral trade between Myanmar, China skyrockets ... * Number of private nursery schools reaches 51 in Yangon Division ... * Passengers could not reserve tickets despite seats are vacant on foreign flights ... * MFF going to have foreign technical director in May ... * Parents worried about rising pessimistic view of youth ... * Privatization of government high schools in Yangon merely rumors ... * Myanmar-China bilateral trade hits US$ 2.907 billion in 2009 ... * Myanmar youth regards shopping malls as recreation centers ... * Knowledge about laws, rules, regulations, rights stipulated for government employees instrumental in all establishments ... * Summer basic football courses launched ... * Yadanabon FC leaves for Mandalay for preparation ... * Domestic rice market should be stable amid increasing global paddy outturn ... * An airline in Myanmar plans to operate cargo aircrafts ... * Will privatization of market-oriented economies materialize with ethical and competitive norms? ... * Fixtures of second round MNL to be drawn lots on 13 March ... * No directives issued for low model vehicles to remove outside Yangon city ... * S Pass rejected to students in Singapore, while PR holders given only Work Permits ... * Who�s who in Thingyan Pandals at a time when all artistes in joyous mood ... * One turbine of Yeywa�s hydropower plant contributes 18 hours electricity supply in Yangon ... * Annoying couple seen in public places to be disciplined ... * Plan underway to expose gangs of exploiting innocent children to beg ... * Myanmar rice exporters wait for summer harvest for valid deals ... * HIV infection down in highway vehicle crews, up in young persons ... * Some Myanmar traditional games almost vanishing ... * Two Cameroon footballers charged with swindling to make counterfeit dollar ... * Comments of Yangon FC�s technical director
Language: English
Source/publisher: "Weekly Eleven"
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 July 2010


Title: "Weekly Eleven" monthly archive, February 2010
Date of publication: February 2010
Description/subject: * 70 percent of State-owned businesses, housing estates in Yangon already auctioned to private entrepreneurs ... * Myanmar traders prefer containers for rice export ... * Myanmar youth need to fulfill skills to join maritime profession ... * MPA allows port areas to private entrepreneurs ... * Earth layer under some townships of Yangon have low resistance to earthquake ... * Birthday celebrations of February born stars ... * MNL soccer matches to resume on 13 March ... * Bagan, Shwedagon Pagoda selected in the list of “The 100 most beautiful places in the world” ... * Property market slumps while land prices in industrial zones in upswing ... * Some military officers charged with recruiting minors for military services ... * Myanmar Football team almost sure to get to semi finals ... * Myanmar has chances to get to Semifinals at AFC challenge Cup; Goal.com ... * Final matriculation exam drawing near ... * Myanmar to introduce GSM refill cards in 2010 ... * Yangon industrial zones functioning with over 4,300 factories, facilitate 150,000 workers ... * 2010 summer possible to be hotter ... * Understanding and belief of artistes on good attitude and high spirit ... * First circuit of MNL football matches to be played only in Yangon, Mandalay .. * Peak season of fire hazard has set in ... * Foreign insurance company substitutes derailed MAI’s aircraft with one F 28 jet ... * Wild birds sold along with chicken at risky season of H5N1 ... * New residential wards, ports, dockyards to be constructed on the bank of Hlaing River ... * Markets, stores and restaurants temporarily banned from selling chicken for 21 days ... * Credit card, debit card and smart card ensure convenience for cash transaction ... * Domestic Internet users expecting high-speed connection ... * 3 Myanmar companies initiate measures for responsible care to curb impacts of chemicals ... * 2008 Myanmar Academy Awards derailed with expectations of movie fans ... * Action taken against trafficker for luring girls as hired-wives ... * MNL changes number of foreign players ... * Accessibility of safe food vital for urban people ... * Natural gas pipeline connected from Gulf of Martaban to deliver gas in May ... * Myanmar Motion Picture Outstanding Awards (Academy Awards) for 2008 held in Nay Pyi Taw ... * Preparation with thrills for 6 February Academy Awards ... * An Interview with U Chit Khaing ... * Company and assets owned by a Singaporean blacklisted in Myanmar ... * Cost of living in Myanmar soaring close to regional countries ... * Mental illness considered as witchcraft causes unwanted health problems ... * Prices of green grams surge in 2010 ... * Private hospitals must accept, treat emergency patients ... * Myanmar’s declining automobile prices may take 3 to 4 yr to meet international rate ... * MNL postponed from 6 March to second week of same month ... * AFC Challenge Cup and Myanmar FC ... * Accumulation of rice to be restricted for businesspersons outside this sector.
Language: English
Source/publisher: "Weekly Eleven"
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 25 July 2010


Title: "Weekly Eleven" monthly archive, January 2010
Date of publication: January 2010
Description/subject: * Waterway changes in Ayeyawady River trigger shortage of water in summer ... * Core curriculum of private education should be equivalent with Government schools ... * One fourth of Yangon commuters waste nearly one hour each day ... * Myanma rice market extends to Russia, Ukraine, Australia, North Korea ... * Recruiting labor for foreign jobs through familiar faces revive in countryside ... * Migrant workers in Singapore exempted from English language test for work permit ... * Myanmar selected football team to play two friendly matches in Thailand ... * Prize awarding ceremony for MNL's Grand Royal 2009 celebrated ... * Stillwell Road to be reopened for Myanmar-India-China trade ... * Myanmar gold shops prefer interests from pawned jewelries ... * Public awareness, preparedness essential in Myanmar for potential severe earthquakes ... * More businesspersons shifted into rice sector ... * Demand for export earning high, while supply low in Myanmar ... * Bogyoke Aung San Market rebounds with Thai and foreigners after a long lull ... * Water in wells down due to water depletion in Dothtawady River ... * With grim job opportunities abroad, Myanmar workers return home after contracts end ... * Elegant fashion designs for celebrities to attend Myanmar Academy Award Ceremony ... * Youth urged to avoid homosexuality that leads criminal offences due to mental impact ... * Warning issued on producing and selling items threatening life, danger and annoyance ... * Tricked, lured and coerced as lovers in new trade of trafficking ... * Myanmar Grand Royal 2009 football tournament comes to an end, Yadanarbon FC becomes champion ... * Myanmar football team recruits one more assistant coach, one goalie Author: Sport Reporter Translated by Htin Aung(DHFK) German... * Some regions of Myanmar saw solar eclipse ... * Relations Minister U Aung Kyi meets Daw Aung San Suu Kyi on 15 January ... * Volcanic vent of Nagabwet Taung numbers 15 ... * CMP factories dependent on domestic market as foreign orders dwindled ... * Bottom of ferry boat crashed against rock, passengers survived ... * Licences revoke from companies absent to export rice ... * Employment agencies, oversea employers responsible to solve problems of Myanmar migrant workers ... * Ethical aspect to be considered when journalists are characterized in movies ... * Moeyungyi Lake faces depletion of water and birds for first time ... * Korea, Thailand, Germany, Australia, Belgium, Japan and China took documentaries in Myanmar during 2009 ... * Myanmar National Football Team organized with 37 tentative players for 2010 international football tournaments; a new assistant local coach also chosen ... * Ageing population in Myanmar increases annually ... * Myanmar Timber Enterprise transfers more lumbering to local private companies ... * Myanmar private companies allowed for joint ventures in electricity, mining sectors ... * Export earners freely allowed import licenses for truck0073 ... * Myanmar team to be encamped for AFC tournament ... * Parents notice some teenagers, youth wasting money and time ... * Myanmar to stop import of CFC used in refrigerator, air-conditioner ... * Local company plans to create Artificial Sea Beach in Kachin State ... * US$ six billion earmarked from export in 2009-2010 ... * NEW YEAR ENTERTAINMENTS ... * What will Hot Pop Hit Artists do in 2010? ... * Myanmar sailors facing less job opportunities after global recession ... * 2010 MNL to start in March ... * Myanmar bans liquor advertisements in local journals, magazines ... * Myanmar entrepreneurs construct private domestic oil tankers ... * Myanmar earned US$ 806 millions from beans and pulses exports ... * Equipment for Myanmar-China gas pipeline exempted from import tariff ... * When you are good enough, then��. ... * What will the climate be like in 2010? ... * Revised fees of Singapore schools not trouble to ASEAN students without PR ... * New year wishes of artistes ... * Cyber defamation strikes economic, social fields in addition to artistic sphere ...
Language: English
Source/publisher: "Weekly Eleven"
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 26 July 2010