English Newspaper in Burma

British newspaper in Burma

"The] Myanmar Times" (English) This archive contains the headlines and the first lines of most articles. This is the website of the Myanmar Times, an international weekly newspaper. This site is available in English and Burmese. An ex-newspaper reporter for an English language newspaper in Rangoon. The only award-winning daily newspaper in Myanmar featuring leading news, business, features & analysis.

Burmese were able to buy a paper from a personal press agency for the first Monday in 50 years."

For the first Monday in 50 years, Burma's citizens were able to buy a paper from a privately owned agency." Burma's goverment permitted 16 papers to be printed, although only four were available for purchase on the first of these. Burma's army took over the media and the messages it released in 1964.

Between then and Sunday, the administration checked what they were reading. Free media investigators were made unable to live. State tortures and imprisons a lot of reporter who break the law. Myanmar also allows multinational intelligence companies to work in the state. Associated was the first when its six employees started work on Saturday.

Reintroduction of privately-owned papers will take place on the first day of the elections of Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the parliamentary group. It has been strongly committed to returning the free media to Burma. The National League for Democracy, her own governing body, will begin to print its own paper this coming months.

Publisher of the Voice daily believes that personal magazines will be better than state magazines. "But I can say with complete certainty that we can rival governments' journals in both substance and soundness. "He added: "I am very pleased that we are at last going to print our daylies.

" The" Voice Daily" published its first issue on Monday. JOURNALS: Pupils go through the classes and speak to other pupils about papers. MESSAGE SOURCES: FREE-OF-CHARGE PRESS: Student A firmly believes that papers should publish anything they like; Student B firmly believes that papers should obey certain regulations about what they should do.

Place your favorite pieces of paper at the top. MESSROWS:: Take a moment to write down all the different words that you connect with the term "messages". Estimate whether a-h below are real (T) or fake (F). a. No personal papers have been distributed in Burma for five centuries. b. Sixteen personal papers were distributed on Monday. c. The Burmese authorities have tortures in the past for reporters. d. CNN was the first global press office to open in Burma.

e. Aung San Suu Kyi's political group will found its own journal next year. g. An interviewer said personal papers could compete with goverment papers. h. The interviewer proposed that the selling of his journal was nothing out of the ordinary.

1b/2b/3c4 d5e6f7g8h9i10j1a2b3c4d5e6f7g8h9h9j9h9i10js8h9in10j on Monday people in Burma were able to buy a paper from personal messages(1) ________________ for the first monday in 50 years.

Burma's federal administration has (2) ____________________ printed 16 papers, although only four were prepared for the first of ((3) ____________. Burma's army took (4) ____________________ the media and the 1964 bulletins it made. Between then and Sunday, the administration checked what they were reading. It was created (5) ____________________ for free media reporters.

and detained many journalists who (6) ________________ the diet. Myanmar also has foreign intelligence (7) ____________________ working in the state. and the Associated Press was the first when its six (8) ____________________ opened for the store on Saturday. Reintroduction of privately owned papers will take place on the first (9) ____________________ of the elections of Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the parliamentary group.

It was a powerful (10) ____________________ of the return of the free media to Burma. The National League for Democracy's policy (11) ____________________ will begin to print its own paper at the end of the monthly. Voice Daily's (12) ________________ believes that personal papers will be better than state one.

"As I can say with absolutes (13) ____________________ that we can contentwise rival governments newspapers and (14) ________________ messages. "He added: "I am very nervous that we are at last going to print every day (15) ____________________. "The Voice daily published its first issue on Monday. Burmese could buy a paper from a privately-held press agency for 50 years on Monday (1).

Burma's goverment has permitted the print of 16 papers, (2) ___________________________________________________________________ available for the first sales date. Burma's army took power over the media and (3) ___________________________________________ 1964. Between then and Sunday, the administration checked what they were reading. State tortures and imprisons a lot of journalists who break the law.

Myanmar (5) ______________________________________________ Intelligence companies working in the state. and the Associated press was the first when its six (6) ___________________________________ on Saturday. Reintroduction of privately-owned papers comes (7) _____________________________ of the elections of Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the political group. It has returned the free media to Burma.

Your National League for Democracy will begin pressure later this months (9). Publisher of the Voice Daily believes that personal magazines will be better than state magazines. "That we can vie with goverment paperwork (11) _______________________________________________ of newscasts. "He added: "I am very pleased that we are at last going to print our daylies.

" The" Voice Daily" published its first issue on Monday. When' s the last privately-owned newspaper in Burma to sell? So how many personal papers were paid for on Monday? Who has the Myanmar authorities made their lives unfeasible for? What was the Associated Newsroom about? Aung San Suu Kyi wanted to do what with the free media?

How soon will Aung San Suu Kyi's political group release a newpaper? So what did one of the editors say about the papers? Exactly when was the first edition of the "Voice Daily" published? When' s the last privately-owned paper sales in Burma? So how many personal papers were paid for on Monday? Aung San Suu Kyi wanted to do what with the free media?

Who has the Myanmar authorities made their lives unfeasible for? How soon will Aung San Suu Kyi's political group release a newpaper? c) Those who named Myanmar "Burma" 5. Why was the Associated Press cited? Exactly when was the first edition of the "Voice Daily" published?

I know you think you should be able to put it all in the papers. They think the goverment is scared of reporters. They think reporters should not be able to put anything in the papers. They think the goverment should look into what reporters are writing. Do you think that many tales in the messages can cause war.

They think the papers are very important. They think the goverment should look into what reporters are writing because their information is sometimes inaccurate. Any journalist who writes a lie should go to prison. They think papers should be able to scribble about everyone. Newspaper writes tales they want to listen to. You must also assault the goverment if it does something bad.

I think the goverment should keep away from the papers. Search your computer for collocats, other meaning, information, interonyms ¦ for the words "daily" and "news". Have a look at the paper and type some of your question you want to ask the school. Put five good newspaper related issues in the chart.

Every pupil has to put the question on his own work. Take down their responses. How dare you when you hearken to the term "news"? How do you feel about personal papers that sell in Burma? What is the importance of the newspaper to you? Can you explain why government wants to check papers? You believe everything you see in the papers?

What is the quality of the papers in your state? Do you think the best place for breaking newscasts is in the papers? Is the free media important? Which are your favorite pages of the paper? Shouldn't politicians make papers? Who are better, business papers or personal papers? Which messages are you currently following?

Future web will destroy papers? You ever been in a paper before? You think celeb chatter is something new? Do you want to ask a journalist what kind of question? Burmese citizens were able (1) ____ to publish a paper for the first Monday in 50 years for a privately owned newsmagazine.

Burma's administration has (2) ____ the print of 16 papers, although only four (3) ____ were for the first sales of them. Burma's army took over the media and the messages it released in 1964. Since then ( (4) ____ Sunday, the goverment has been controlling what they are reading. Free media reporters' lives have been made out of them.

Goverment tortures and detains many journalists who (5) ____ the sentries. Myanmar also allows multinational intelligence companies to work in the state. At the Associated Press was the first when its six employees opened (6) ____ store on Saturday. Reintroduction of privately-owned papers (7) ____ on the first day of the elections of Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the parliamentary group.

It has worked hard to (8) ____ bring the free media to Burma. At the end of the monthly, her National League for Democracy will launch its own paper (9) ____. Publisher of the Voice Daily believes that personal papers will be better than state one.

"_GO I can say (10) ____ total trust that we can rival goverment newspapers in (11) ____ of the contents and qualtity of the messages. "He added: "I am very pleased that we are at last going to print our daylies. "The Voice Daily published its first issue on Monday. Numbering these rows in the right order Print issues.

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With regard to the qualtity of the message and. At last, exciting prints that we publish every single working day. It' a real treat. For the first Monday in 50 years, Burmese citizens were able to buy a paper from a personal newsmagazine. The Burmese authorities have permitted pressure for / from 16 papers, although only four were already available for the first full days of / for sales.

Burma's army took over the media and the messages it released in 1964. Since then until Sunday the administration checked which messages folks reads. The free media made their lives unfeasible for the journalist. It torturered / torturing and detained many reporter who break / break the game.

Myanmar also allows multinational intelligence companies to work in the state. Associated Press became the first when its six employees opened/opened for the store on Saturday. Reintroduction of personal papers by Aung San Suu Kyi, head of the parliamentary party, on the first day of the elections.

It was a keen advocate of the return of the free media to Burma. The National League for Democracy, her political/political group, will begin to print / print its own paper this / last months. Editorial staff / issue of the Voice daily considers privately-owned papers to be the best / better than state one.

"When it comes to the contents and qualtity of the messages, I can say with complete certainty that we can rival those of governments. "He added: "I am very pleased that we are at last going to print our daylies. The" Voice Daily" published its first issue on Monday. The Burmese authorities allowed the pressure of 16 journals and magazines tortured and imprisoned by the state. For 10 min., cover your newspaper.

They should be able to run anything they want. Browse the web and learn more about papers around the globe. TH THE PRESS: Create a flyer about the media. Please send a journalist' essay about them. Note down all new words and phrases you are hearing from your partners. Make a paper about the next step in this history.

Send a note to a paper man. You ask him/her three quizzes about papers.

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