Top 50 Myanmar/Burmese Blogs

Top 50 Myanmar/Burmese Blogs

Top 50 Myanmar BlogsWe have compiled a list of Top 50 Myanmar Blogs based on Alexa traffic ranking. We looked at as many Myanmar blogs as we could to provide the most accurate list, however, we hope you will understand that this list is not perfect. If you believe that your Myanmar blog should be in the list, please leave a comment. We will try to keep the list updated as often as possible and would love all your input.

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Twin brothers, Than Shwe and Mugabe

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Origin of the cartoon- Real Devilish Ogre (Burmese Humour)Posted by burmadigest

  1. Shame on you Than Shwe, Zimbabwe courts are 1000 times better than Myanmar Military Kangaroo courts

AP:Some Myanmar political prisoners receive amnesty

YANGON, Myanmar — At least 25 political detainees were released Friday as part of an amnesty for prisoners in Myanmar, just over 1 percent of the total number of political prisoners believed to be held by its military government.

Win Naing, a spokesman for the opposition National League for Democracy, said the freed political detainees included 16 members of his party as well as activists from other pro-democracy groups. Two journalists were also freed.

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Official: 1,500 Zimbabwe prisoners to be freed

Official: 1,500 Zimbabwe prisoners to be freed

HARARE, Zimbabwe, September 11th, 2009— A Zimbabwe official says 1,500 prisoners are being released across the country under a presidential amnesty program designed to ease overcrowding.  Continue reading

Shame on you Than Shwe, Zimbabwe courts are 1000 times better than Myanmar Military Kangaroo courts

Shame on you Than Shwe and SPDC,

Zimbabwe courts are 1000 times better than

Myanmar Military Kangaroo courts

HARARE, Sept 28 — Zimbabwe’s Supreme Court ruled today that the government could not prosecute a leading human rights activist facing terrorism charges because her abduction and torture in custody infringed her rights.

Jestina Mukoko, head of a local rights group, had challenged her prosecution at the country’s highest court, accusing state security agents of abducting her from her home during a dawn raid and torturing her while she was held at secret locations.

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Singapore within touching distance of OECD white list

Singapore within touching distance of OECD white list

SINGAPORE, Sept 28 — Singapore has now signed nine of the 12 tax treaties that it needs to get off the “grey list” of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and onto the white. These treaties are compliant with the internationally-agreed tax standard on exchange of information (EOI).

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