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Golden Web Awards 2002-2003

 

 
 

 

 
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[ September ( 11-20 ) 2002 ] September  ( 21-30 ) 2002 ]
Burma says no foul play in NLD prisoner's death < MSNBC > Sept 20
Myanmar government explains death of political prisoner < Yahoo-AP > Sept 20
US activists deal new legal blow to Unocal < Worldview Rights > Sept 20
Students' disgust traffic police in Magwe Institute of Medicine < DVB > Sept 20
Unocal Remains Committed To Yadana Gas Proj In Myanmar < Yahoo-Dow Jones > Sept 20
Cooperation with UN -- cornerstone of Myanmar's foreign policy : minister < Xinhua > Sept 20
Myanmar junta's top three generals promoted < Yahoo-AFP > Sept 20
Burma Stands By Goal of Introducing Democracy < VOA > Sept  20
Burma Introduces First Internet Cafe's < Irrawaddy > Sept 20
Internet Cafe's will be in Burma < Irrawaddy News in Burmese > Sept 20
Bi Weekly No.99 12 Sept - 18 Sept 2002 < KAREN > Sept 20
Lawmaker Remembers Burma's Slaughter of Democracy Advocates < US Info > Sept 20
State Department "Disappointed" by Lack of Progress in Burma < US Info > Sept 20
Ethnic Groups Call for Inclusion < KAREN > Sept 20
Junta not seen keeping its word < BKK Post > Sept 20
Mon News Agency : September 19, 2002
Seminar for Thai, Myanmar reporters planned to boost relations < Xinhua > Sept 20
Seminar planned to boost relations < BKK Post > Sept 20
Unocal rights case pending < BKK Post > Sept 20
Three-way tie for lead in opener < BKK Post > Sept 20
Myanmar junta's No. 2, 3 generals promoted < Yahoo-AP > Sept 19
Myanmar junta says it is working for multiparty democracy < Yahoo-AP > Sept 19
ADB blasts Myanmar for delaying reforms, haphazard policies < Daily Star > Sept 19
US urges Myanmar to accelerate democratization < Japan Today > Sept 19
Hold the Line : Authorities Confiscate Phones < Irrawaddy > Sept 19
NLD Rangoon Division office opened in Tamwe < DVB > Sept 19
Memorial service for Ma Win Maw Oo < DVB > Sept 19
Burma reopening border on 1 October, says royal project official < SHAN > Sept 19
Burmese people doubt on Kyat < Mizzima > Sept 19
Wine shop jointly opened by SPDC and Company < Mizzima >
The demonstration on the 14th anniversary of military coup ( New Delhi ) < Mizzima News in Burmese >
Myanmar to support search of US servicemen's remains < Xinhua > Sept 19
ADB reprimands Burma for irresponsible policies < Worldview Rights > Sept 19
US Ruling Says Firms Liable for Abuse Abroad < LA Times > Sept 19
Appeals court Myanmar Human-Rights Suit Against Unocal Is Reinstated < Yahoo-Dow Jones > Sept 19
Oil firm must face trial in Myanmar human rights suit < Yahoo-Reuters > Sept 19
Federal appeals court reinstates suit  against Unocal in Myanmar rights violations < nj.com > Sept 19
Biography Assassination < Irrawaddy News in Burmese > Sept 19
Burmese Groups Mark Coup Anniversary < Irrawaddy >
Activists Laud Hess, Premier Exit From Myanmar Interests < Yahoo-Dow Jones >
Thai delegation to Myanmar to discuss reopening of border < Xinhua > Sept 19
Delegation heads for talks < BKK Post > Sept 19
Military-style, Christian outfit aids minorities victimized by conflict in Myanmar < Yahoo-AP >
UN Rapporteur Reportedly to To Look Into Rape Allegations < UN Wire > Sept 18
Business man arrested in Kaw Thaung < Irrawaddy News in Burmese > Sept 18
U Aung May Thu, an eminent political prisoner died < DVB > Sept 18
Suu Kyi Attends Funeral of Dead Prisoner < Irrawaddy > Sept 18
Mission Failure < Irrawaddy > Sept 18
Thailand panned by exiled Shan for denying camps < SHAN > Sept 18
Premier Oil Exits Burma < Worldview Rights > Sept 18
Burmese soldiers killed by CNA < Mizzima > Sept 18
Forced relocation in Tamu town < Mizzima >
Burma Save < Village Voice  > Sept 18
Land Mine Activists Seek Cooperation from Rebel Groups < VOA >
DOD Official Cites progress on WWII MIAs in Burma < Defense Link > Sept 18
Myanmar's electric power installed capacity reaches 1,149 mw < Xinhua > Sept 18
Junta has little to celebrate < BKK Post > Sept 18
Activists Laud Hess, Premier Exit From Myanmar Interests < Yahoo-Dow Jones > Sept 18
Junta : It is time to forget the usual sophistry < Rebound 88 >
UN to probe Burma rape allegations < BBC > Sept 17
Burma's New Headache 'Rice Crisis' < Irrawaddy > Sept 17
Disapproval and 'disservice': how big oil got < Guardian > Sept 17
CRPP marks fourth anniversary < DVB > Sept 16
EU Parliament Forum discusses Burma < DVB >
Myanmar to allow US search for MIAs < Honolulu Advertiser > Sept 17
Myanmar offers 'full support' for search for World War II missing Americans < Yahoo-AP > Sept 17
Petronas and Premier Exchange  < Pravda > Sept 17
Myanmar to launch immunization campaign against measles < Xinhua > Sept 17
Myanmar consumes 500,000 tons of steel annually < Xinhua > Sept 17
A Debut Novel Born of Homer, Conrad and Malaria < NY Times > Sept 17
Premier Oil gets out of Burma < The Guardian > Sept 17
Premier Oil worth exploring on bid hopes < The Independent > Sept 17
Myanmar political group marks anniversary with call for democracy < AFP > Sept 16
Free Political Prisoners Campaign Photo Show in Korea < Irrawaddy News In Burmese > Sept 16
Athens International Prize for Democracy < DVB >
Entire Tachilek police force said transferred for extortion < DVB >
DKBA Soldiers gun fire each other <  Mizzima News in Burmese > Sept 16
Campaigners Celebrate as premier Oil pulls out of Burma < Burma Campaign > Sept 16
Premier Oil worth exploring on bid hopes < The Independent > Sept 16
Premier Oil Agrees To Restructure < Yahoo-Dow Jones > Sept 16
Protest-hit oil firm bows out of Burma < BBC > Sept 16
Premier Oil set to quit Myanmar < Business News > Sept 16
Rhetoric mild as alternative parliament pledges to work for democracy in Myanmar < AP > Sept 16
Myanmar's alternative parliament marks anniversary < Xinhua > Sept 16
Myanmar's soaring Rice Price a Major Headache for Military Junta < Tehran Times > Sept 16
US to Search Myanmar for Remains < Macon > Sept 16
Myanmar agrees for first time to permit US searches for remains of WWII air crews < nj.com > Sept 16
Burmese 'Coup Plotters'  jailed < Worldview Rights > Sept 16
85,000 TB cases estimated in Myanmar annually < Xinhua > Sept 16
Myanmar strives for high literacy rate < Xinhua > Sept 16
US lays framework for recovery of US servicemen remains in former Burma < Yahoo-AFP > Sept 15
Burmese 'coup plotters' jailed < BBC > Sept 15
Forced relocation in Tamu < Mizzima News in Burmese >
Authorities attempt to ban leaking of news on forced labour < Mizzima >
Premier Oil to buy out backers < Telegraph.co.uk > Sept 15
Myanmar encourages extensive use of briquette < Xinhua > Sept 15
Myanmar sentences 83 soldiers for involvement in coup attempt < Xinhua > Sept 15
Three drug traffickers killed in clash with Thai drug suppression army  < Xinhua > Sept 15
Troops dispatched after Wa shootout < The Nation > Sept 15
Junta uneasy, likely to maintain tension < BKK Post > Sept 15
Low-Key ceremony to mark founding of alternative parliament in Myanmar < Yahoo-AP > Sept 14
Myanmar junta made a minor cabinet reshuffle < Yahoo-AP > Sept 14
Myanmar reshuffles cabinet < Xinhua > Sept 14
Twenty injured in Bangladesh refugee camp clash < Yahoo-Reuters > Sept 14
80 soldiers jailed for alleged Burma coup < ABC Aus > Sept 14
Myanmar jails 83 soldiers for 15 years over coup plot < Yahoo-Reuters > Sept 14
Myanmar jails 83 accused of coup plot for 15 yrs < Alert Net > Sept 14
Burma : Exiled student group holds annual meeting, issues statement < Hoovers > Sept 14
Burma Issues : 5 Sept ~11 Sept 2002 < KAREN > Sept 14
Suu Kyi Meets Prisoners' Families < Irrawaddy > Sept 13
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi meets families of political prisoners < DVB > Sept 13
Burma's growing music scene < BBC > Sept 13
Authorities threaten villagers for reporting to overseas radios < Mizzima News in Burmese >
In the Long Term National Interest of Thailand < Mizzima > Sept 13
Discussion on 9/11 and World Politics in New Delhi < Mizzima News in Burmese >
Myanmar strives for Industrial advancement < Xinhua > Sept 13
EU Delegation Presses Burma on Human Rights < Worldview Rights > Sept 13
Power pact agreed < BKK Post > Sept 13
Japan muscles in on ASEAN-China free trade plan < Yahoo-Reuters > Sept 13
Human Rights Body Marks Unhappy Third Birthday < Irrawaddy > Sept 13
Calls grow to register immigrants' children < BKK Post > Sept 13
Asean taken to task by NCB < BKK Post > Sept 13
Police sacked for framing Wa < SHAN > Sept 12
Migrant workers worry over new regulations < SHAN > Sept 12
Myanmar and Thais seek to make up after border clashes < Yahoo-Reuters > Sept 12
Forged 1000, 500 Kyats Notes are spread  within  Burma < Irrawaddy News in Burmese > Sept 12
Myanmar govt to buy TotalFinaElf gas to help end power shortage < Ananova > Sept 12
Abundant Thai's Motors smuggling into Burma < Mizzima > Sept 12
Burma Boycott : Too Black and White < Radio Netherlands > Sept 12
Trade revamp proposals too hot for ASEAN ministers < Yahoo-Reuters > Sept 12
Burmese curry has a number of influences < Herald Tribune > Sept 12
More armed clashes forecast < BKK Post > Sept 12
Burmese troops held at border to be freed < BKK Post > Sept 12
Extension to work permits of aliens < BKK Post > Sept 12
Suu Kyi, junta generals attend 9/11 ceremony in Myanmar < AFP > Sept 11
Asian Rights Group Takes Action to Stop Rape by Myanmar Soldiers < Yahoo-One World > Sept 11
Three Myanmar dissidents expected to obtain refugee status < Korea Herald > Sept 11
Illegal Capital Market and the Group of Monkey < Irrawaddy News in Burmese > Sept 11
Confrontation at the border -- again < SHAN > Sept 11
EU Delegation Presses Burma on Human Rights < VOA > Sept 11
EU urges progress in Burma < BBC > Sept 11
September 11 and the Burmese Struggle < Mizzima > Sept 11
New Asean Members Agree To Cut Tariffs One Year Earlier < Yahoo-Dow Jones > Sept 11
EU group to meet Aung San Suu Kyi < Mail & Guardian > Sept 11
EU delegation leaves Myanmar after 3 day visit < Japan Today > Sept 11
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