Myanmar Passes Controversial Press Bill Amid Criticism
The Lower House of Parliament approved an ammended version of a printing and publishing enterprise Bill in Nay Pyi Taw despite criticism from media organisations and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.From Eleven News http://bit.ly/1aKMcjH
President Expresses “Sadness”, JSC Forms Committee” Over Supreme Court Judge Sex Tape
From Minivan News http://bit.ly/12LY6Ax
Sri Lanka To Hold Polls In Ex-War Region For The First Time in 25 Years
Sri Lanka will hold provincial elections in the former northern war zone in September for the first time in 25 years, officials said on Friday, a move long demanded by theUnited Nations since the end of three decades of conflict in 2009.From The Times Of India/Reuters http://bit.ly/1a7WWJN
11,000-Strong Law Enforcers To Maintain Peace In Polls
By Prabir Barua Chowdhury
Afghanistan Suicide Attacks In Tarin Kowt Kill Police
Development Projects: Nawaz Sharrif Signs $18 Bilion Tunnel Deal With China
The long-term goal of the new three-year plan is to make Nepal a developing country by 2022.
Freebies promised by political parties in their election manifestos shake the roots of free and fair polls, the Supreme Court on Friday said and directed the Election Commission to frame guidelines for regulating contents of election manifestos.