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Let’s enrol offspring of people without reluctance

ALL citizens of Myanmar are entitled to an education under the Constitution. Consequently, it is crucial for parents to ensure their school-age children enrol in school on time to exercise this constitutional right. This will increase the number of educated citizens, contributing to the nation’s development.

Mark World Immunization Week 2024: Improving health standards

WORLD Immunization Week 2024, observed from 24 to 30 April, carries the theme “Humanly Possible: Saving lives through immunization.” This year’s focus is on reducing the fatality rate of preventable diseases through immunization, ultimately ensuring a brighter future for our children.

Nine significant points of advice preached by the Lord Buddha

SUTTANTA, Vinaya and Abhidhamma treatises are based on the preaching of the Lord Buddha more than 2,600 years ago. In fact, all sorts of Lord Buddha’s preachings are the best way to live in society, the best way to cease the vicious cycle, and the best way to discard misdeeds to be able to dodge and prevent dangers in all forms. Actually, the Lord Buddha preached His teachings aimed at saving the living beings and celestial beings from the unavoidable vicious circles.

Embrace dos and don’ts for a flourishing life

IN the face of daunting challenges, the present times demand a collective effort from individuals to navigate the complexities of daily life. Issues such as soaring commodity prices, scarce job opportunities, the lingering threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, the aftermath of armed conflicts, and the depreciation of Myanmar’s currency against foreign counterparts loom large on the horizon.

Paper Reading Sessions Beneficial to the Literary World

MYANMAR Literature is a repository of historical records that bequeath art and social events of the nation and its people. It assumes the form of the soul of the country. It also serves as an essential and effective pivot of communication for the promotion of national interests. The progress and diminution of the interests of a nation depend much upon the literary standard of that nation.

Emphasize the chance of life turning point at the matric exam

WITH the imminent arrival of the matriculation examination, students are diligently gearing up for the pivotal event scheduled to take place from March 11 to March 19, 2024. Across the nation and in various international exam centres, students are fervently preparing for this significant academic milestone that holds the potential to shape their futures.

From Delta to Myawady

TAKING a long breath, the trader U Win Thein, who delivers commodities from Pathein to Yangon, said, “Usually the truck running on the delta region used to earn K20,000 per tonne of goods for a 100-mile-long journey. Now, the Myawady border route’s transport truck rate earns much more than the Delta routes. Therefore, most six-wheeled trucks that used to run in the Delta region are shifting to the Myawady route, resulting in difficulty transporting goods to Yangon.”

Keep Myanmar society free from rabies in 2030

MYANMAR is steadfastly working towards a rabies-free society by 2030, intensifying control measures to ensure that no lives are claimed by this deadly disease within the country. The nation has outlined a comprehensive national plan spanning from 2018 to 2030, specifically targeting the reduction of rabies incidents in dogs.
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